The April 2014 issue of Speculum is now available online along with the entire Speculum archive. Print copies have been shipped. This issue includes five articles (below) and sixty-nine reviews:
Rory Naismith, “Gold Coinage and Its Use in the Post-Roman West” (pp. 273-306)
J. R. Webb, “‘Knowledge Will Be Manifold’: Daniel 12.4 and the Idea of Intellectual Progress in the Middle Ages” (pp. 307-357)
Hannah W. Matis, “Early-Medieval Exegesis of the Song of Songs and the Maternal Language of Clerical Authority” (pp. 358-381)
Andrew J. Romig, “In Praise of the Too-Clement Emperor: The Problem of Forgiveness in the Astronomer’s Vita Hludowici imperatoris” (pp. 382-409)
Constance M. Rousseau, “Neither Bewitched nor Beguiled: Philip Augustus’s Alleged Impotence and Innocent III’s Response” (pp. 410-436)
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