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War der Selige Odorich von Pordenone, O.F.M., in Japan?
Was Odoric of Pordenone ever in Tibet?
Was the Family of Earl Siward and Earl Waltheof a Lost Line of the Ancestors of the Danish Royal Family?
Ways of seeing manuscripts: Exploring Parker 2.0
Wealth and Wisdom in King Alfred’s Preface to the Old English Pastoral Care
Wendover’s Last Annal
Were It Not That I Have Bad Dreams: Gregory the Great and the Anglo-Saxons on the Dangers of Dreaming
Wessex and England from Alfred to Edgar: Six Essays in Political, Cultural and Ecclesiastical Revival
Western Pilgrims. The Itineraries of fr. Simon Fitzsimons (1322-23), a certain Englishman (1344-45), Thomas Brygg (1392), and notes on other Authors and Pilgrims
Westminster Abbey and the Plantagenets. Kingship and the Representation of Power 1200-1400
Westminster in the Twelfth Centuty: Osbert of Clare
What do the numbers mean? A textual critic’s observations on some patterns of Middle English manuscript transmission
What does the "Anglo-Saxon Chronicle" tell us about "Ethnic" origins?
What Nuns read: Books and Libraries in Medieval English Nunneries
What nuns read: the state of the question
What the Thunder Said: Anglo-Saxon Brontologies and the Problem of Sources
When Maecenas Was Broke: Cardinal Pole’s ’Spiritual’ Patronage
Where Are the Ten Tribes? III. Early Translators of the Bible and Commentators: Abraham Bar Hiyya, Benjamin of Tudela, Prester John, Obadiah of Bertinoro, Abraham Levi and His Contemporaries
Which William of Nottingham?
Who Read Gregory’s Dialogues in Old English?
Widcombe Lyncombe’s Anglo-Saxon Gospel Book
Wife-Rents and Merchet
Wigbod and the "Lectiones" on the Hexateuch atttributed to bede in Paris lat. 2342
Wigmore Abbey and the Finest English Religious Writing of the 13th Century