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Speculum, Volume 94, Issue 4 (October 2019)
Rolle Reassembled: Booklet Production, Single-Author Anthologies, and the Making of Bodley 861
A Papal Version of the Fourth Crusade: The Mosaics of San Giovanni Evangelista at Ravenna
Legal Expertise at a Late Tenth-Century Monastery in Central Italy, or Disputing Property Donations and the History of Law in Benedict of Monte Soratte’s Chronicle
The Veiling of Women in Byzantium: Liturgy, Hair, and Identity in a Medieval Rite of Passage
This issue of Speculum features more than 80 book reviews, including:
Joshua Davies, Visions and Ruins: Cultural Memory and the Untimely Middle Ages
Reviewed by Renée R. Trilling
Helen C. Evans, ed., Armenia: Art, Religion, and Trade in the Middle Ages
Reviewed by Jennifer Ball
Hans Hummer, Visions of Kinship in Medieval Europe
Reviewed by Jonathan R. Lyon
Luisa Nardini, Interlacing Traditions: Neo-Gregorian Chant Propers in Beneventan Manuscripts
Reviewed by Daniel J. DiCenso
Kathryn L. Reyerson, Women’s Networks in Medieval France: Gender and Community in Montpellier, 1300-1350
Reviewed by Erika Graham-Goering
Sif Rikhardsdottir, Emotion in Old Norse Literature: Translations, Voices, Contexts
Reviewed by Gareth Lloyd Evans
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