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Bible:
Abdias
Actus apostolorum
Aggeus
Amos
Apocalypsis
Baruch
Canticum canticorum
Pauli epistula ad Colossenses
Pauli epistula prima ad Corinthios
Pauli epistula secunda ad Corinthios
Danihel
Deuteronomium
Ecclesiastes
Pauli epistula ad Ephesios
Esdra lib. 1
Esdra lib. 2
Esdra lib. 3
Esdra lib. 4
Esther
Exodus
Ezechiel
Pauli epistula ad Galatas
Genesis
Habacuc
Pauli epistula ad Hebraeos
Isaias
Jacobi epistula
Jeremias
Job
Joel
evangelium secundum Johannem
epistula prima Johannis
epistula secunda Johannis
epistula tertia Johannis
Jonas
Josue
lib. Judicum
epistula Judae
Judith
Leviticus
evangelium secundum Lucam
lib. 1 Macchabaeorum
lib. 2 Macchabaeorum
Malachias
evangelium secundum Marcum
evangelium secundum Matthaeum
Michaeas
Nahum
Numeri
Osea
lib. 1 Paralipomenon
lib. 2 Paralipomenon
epistula prima Petri
epistula secunda Petri
Pauli epistula ad Philippenses
Pauli epistula ad Philemonem
Proverbia Salomonis
Psalmi
lib. 1 Regum
lib. 2 Regum
lib. 3 Regum
lib. 4 Regum
Pauli epistula ad Romanos
Ruth
Sapientia Salomonis
liber Sirach sive ecclesiasticus
Sophonias
Pauli epistula prima ad Thessalonicenses
Pauli epistula secunda ad Thessalonicenses
Threnis sive Lamentationes Jeremiae
Pauli epistula prima ad Timotheum
Pauli epistula secunda ad Timotheum
Pauli epistula ad Titum
Tobias
Zacharias
De abbatibus Abbendoniae [Abingdon, Berks] (12c.), in Chr. Abingd. II app. II 268–95
Abbo Abbo of Fleury, of Ramsey [ob. 1004]
Commentary on the Calculus of Victorius of Aquitaine (c983), ed. A. M. Peden, Auct. Brit. XV (2003) [by cap. & sect.]
  ed. S. Gwara, ‘Three Acrostic Poems by Abbo of Fleury’, JML II (1992) 215–28 [by letter & line]
Vita S. Eadmundi [ob. 870] (c986), ed. M. Winterbottom, Three Lives of English Saints (Toronto Med. Latin Texts, 1972) 67–87 [by cap.]; also in Mem. S. Edm. I 1–25
Quaestiones grammaticales (c987), ed. A. Mai, Classici Auctores e Vaticanis Codicibus Editi V (1833) 329–49 [by sect.]; superseded by ed. A. Guerreau-Jalabert, (Paris, 1982) [by sect. of Mai & (sect. of Jalabert)]:
 verse prologue, in Chr. Rams. xxcii–xxciii [by line]
Abbotsford Club, publications, (Edinburgh, 1833–66)
Rotulorum originalium in curia scaccarii abbreviatio (Hen. III–Ed. III), 2 vols. (RC, 1805, 1810)
Placitorum abbreviatio (Ric. I–Ed. III), (RC, 1811)
The enrolled account of Alexander Bicknor, Treasurer of Ireland, 1308–14 (PRO E. 372/171), Anal. Hib. XXX (1982) 15–46
The book of William Morton [ob. a1471], Almoner of Peterborough monastery 1448–1467, Northants Rec. Soc. XVI (1954)
A. Carpenter Alexander Carpenter (alias Fabricius) [fl. 1430]
Destructio [or destructorium] vitiorum, (Cologne, 1480, etc.) [by part & cap.]
Percy Bailiff’s rolls of the fifteenth century, Surtees Soc. CXXXIV (1921)
Account-book of Beaulieu Abbey [Hants] and manor of Faringdon [Berks] (c1270), ed. S. F. Hockey, Camd. 4th ser. XVI (1975)
 Accounts and rental of the Bridge House properties (1404–), MS London Guildhall RO
 Bridge Masters’ Account rolls (1381–1405), MS London Guildhall RO
Accounts of the Constables of Bristol Castle (1221–84), Bristol Rec. Soc. XXIV (1982)
Building Accounts of King Henry III, ed. H. M. Colvin, (Oxford, 1971)
Chamberlains’ Accounts of the city of Canterbury (1393–1536), HMC Rep. IX App. I (1883) 131–77
Accounts of the Chamberlains of the county of Chester 1301–60, Lancs & Chesh Rec. Soc. LIX (1910); v. et. Pipe Chesh
 Chamberlains’ Accounts of the city of Winchester (1378–), MS Hants RO Winchester City Archives
York City Chamberlains’ Account rolls 1396–1500, Surtees Soc. CXCII (1980)
Churchwardens’ Accounts of the church of St. Michael without the North Gate, Bath, 1349–1575, ed. C. B. Pearson, Arch. Soc. Som suppl. to XXIII–XXVI [cont. pag.] (1877–80)
Churchwardens’ Accounts of St. John’s Glastonbury [by date & p.]:
(1366–1574), Som & Dors N. & Q. IV (1894–5) 89–96, 137–44, 185–92, 235–40, 281–88, 329–36, 379–84
(1584–1610), Som & Dors N. & Q. V (1896–7) 45–8, 93–6
Churchwardens’ Accounts of St. Edmund and St. Thomas, Salisbury (1443–1702), Wilts Rec. Soc. I (1896)
Churchwardens’ Accounts of Somerset parishes 1349–1560, Som Rec. Soc. IV (1890)
 Account rolls, MS Winchester College
Ministers’ Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall 1296–7, Camd. 3rd ser. LXVI, LXVIII [I: –150; II: 151–277] (1942, 1945)
Customs Accounts of Hull 1453–1490, Arch. Soc. Yorks rec. ser. CXLIV (1984)
 Household roll (1393) of William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester [1366–1404], MS Winchester College
Extracts from the Account rolls of the Abbey of Durham (1278–1580), Surtees Soc. XCIX, C, CIII [–284, –576, –989] (1898–1901)
Household roll (1337–8) of Ralph of Shrewsbury, Bishop of Bath and Wells [ob. 1363], Som Rec. Soc. XXXIX (1924) 72–174
Accounts of the Executors of Thomas, Bishop of Exeter (1310), Camd. Soc. ns X (1874) 1–45
Accounts of the Executors of Richard, Bishop of London (1303), Camd. Soc. ns X (1874) 47–116
Accounts of the Executors of Walter de Merton (1277–8), in Rolls Merton 90–169
 Exchequer Rolls of Foreign Accounts (Pipe Office) (1368–), MS PRO E 364 [letters represent consec. rot. nos.]:
E 364/1, in Ac. Foreign Hen. III 1–73
E 364/21, Med. Stud. XLII (1980) 261–87
E 364/27, ib., 288–307
Foreign Accounts, Henry III (1219–34), Pipe R. Soc. ns XLIV (1974–5 [1982]), containing:
1–73, v. Ac. Foreign
Building of the Lyme Galley 1294–96 [KR Ac 5/21], Dors Nat. Hist. & Arch. Soc. Proc. CVIII (1981) 41–4
The ‘Newcastle’ Galley ad1296 [= KR Ac 5/20], Arch. Aeliana 4th ser. II (1926) 161–93
Achard Achard of St. Victor (alias of Bridlington), Bishop of Avranches [ob. c1171]
De discretione animae et spiritus et mentis, in Grabmann Studies 252–62
Sermones, ed. J. Chatillon, Textes philosophiques du moyen âge XVII (1970) [by no. & sect.]
De Trinitate, (extr.) RTAM XXI (1954) 299–306; also in J. Cornw. Eul.
 Haveners’ Accounts (1517–), Duchy of Cornwall, MS PRO E 306
Account of the Great Household of Humphrey, 1st Duke of Buckingham (1452–3), (Camd. Misc. XXVIII), Camd. 4th ser. XXIX (1984) 11–55; v. et. Comp. Dom. Buck.
Expedition made by Henry Earl of Derby 1390–1 and 1392–3, accounts kept by his treasurer, Camd. Soc. ns LII (1894)
Inventories and account rolls of the Benedictine houses or cells of Jarrow (1303–1537), Surtees Soc. XXIX (Durham, 1854) 1–136; v. et. Ac. Wearmouth
 Lord Chamberlain’s department, Accounts (1483–), MS PRO LC 9:
English version, MS PRO LC 5
Lenton Priory [Notts], estate accounts (1296–8), Thoroton Soc. XIX (1959)
Account of work done at the Peel of Linlithgow (c1302), in Ac. Palaces Scot. lxiii–lxviii
 Manorial Accounts, Christchurch, Canterbury, MS Canterbury Cathedral Library; v. et. DCCant.
 Manorial Accounts, MS Winchester College
 Manorial Accounts, MS Westminster Abbey
 Manorial Accounts, MS Winchester Cathedral Library
 Accounts of the Mayor of Winchester (1354–), MS Winchester City RO
Accounts of the Obedientiars of Abingdon Abbey (1322–1532), Camd. Soc. ns LI (1892)
Account rolls of the Obedientiaries of Peterborough (1329–1535), Northants Rec. Soc. XXXIII (1983)
Accounts of the Masters of Works for building and repairing royal palaces and castles (1529–1615), I (Scot. RO, 1957), containing:
lxiii–lxviii, v. Ac. Linlithgow
 Sheriffs’ Accounts (Hen. III–), MS PRO E 199
Accounts and surveys of the Wiltshire lands of Adam de Stratton [fl. 1265–90] (1269–89), Wilts Rec. Soc. XIV (1959); v. et. CourtR A. Stratton
Household expenses of Richard de Swinfield, Bishop of Hereford [1283–1317] (1289–90), Camd. Soc. LIX, LXII [I: –xiii, –244; II: xiv–, 243–] (1854–5)
Acta sanctorum ordinis S. Benedicti, ed. J. Mabillon & Th. Ruinart, 9 vols. (Paris, 1668–1701), containing:
I 535–59, v. Gosc. Mir. Aug.
II 300–9, v. V. Furs.
II 309–14, v. Mir. Furs.
III 4–7, v. Folc. V. Bot.
V 608–24, v. Wulf. Æthelwold
Acta sanctorum quotquot toto orbe coluntur, ed. J. Bollandus et al., (Antwerp, etc., 1643–)
Acta facultatis artium universitatis S. Andree (1413–1588), ed. A. I. Dunlop, SHS 3rd ser. LIV, LV [cont. pag.] (1954)
Acta Stephani Langton (1207–28), Cant. & York Soc. L (1950)
English Episcopal Acta, I– (1980–) [by date, diocese, & no.]
Recueil des actes de Henri II concernant les provinces françaises (1138–89), intro. & 3 vols., ed. L. Delisle & E. Berger, Acad. des Inscriptions, etc., Chartes et Diplômes III (1909–27) [by vol & p.]
Proceedings and ordinances of the Privy Council of England (1386–1542), 7 vols. (RC, 1834–7)
Acts of the Privy Council in Ireland (1556–71), HMC Rep. XV App. III (1897) 1–256
Account roll of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, Dublin (1337–46), ed. J. Mills, Royal Soc. of Antiquaries of Ireland extra vol. (1891)
 Wardrobe accounts:
(1300), Liber quotidianus contrarotulatoris garderobae (1299–1300) (Soc. of Antiquaries of London, 1787) [by p.]
(1310–11), MS BL Cotton Nero C viii
The Wardrobe Book of William de Norwell, 12 July 1338–27 May 1340 [TR Bk 203], ed. M. Lyon, B. Lyon & H. S. Lucas, (Brussels, 1983)
[also used with Chanc. Misc., KR Ac, TR Bk]
Inventories and account rolls of the Benedictine houses or cells of . . Monkwearmouth (1321–1534), Surtees Soc. XXIX (Durham, 1854) 139–232; v. et. Ac. Jarrow
Wellingborough manorial Accounts, 1258–1323, from account rolls of Crowland Abbey, Northants Rec. Soc. VIII (1936)
Ad. Buckf. Adam of Buckfield (alias Bockenfield) [fl. 1243–67]
In I de Anima, (extr.) Revue néoscolastique de philosophie XLII (1939) 433–8
Sententia super secundum Metaphysicae, in Med. Thinkers 101–44
Ad. Burley Adam Burley [fl. 1318–28]
Four questions by Adam Burley on the liber sex principiorum, Med. Stud. XXXII (1970) 63–90 [by sect.]
Ad. Dore Adam of Dore [fl. 1200]
Pictor in Carmine [attrib.], Arch. XCIV (1951) 151–66
Ad. Easton Adam of Easton, Cardinal [ob. 1397]
Defensorium, (extr.) EHR LI (1936) 675–80
Adel. Adelard of Bath [fl. 1120]
Regulae abaci, Bullettino di bibliografia e di storia delle scienze matematiche e fisiche XIV (1881)
Libri ysagogarum Alchorismi in artem astronomicam [spurious], (I–III only) Abhandlungen zur Geschichte der Mathematik VIII (1898) 3–27; superseded by ed. A. Allard, Corpus Scriptorum Latinorum Paravianum
De opere astrolapsus (c1142–6), in Med. Sci. 21, 25, 28–9
De cura accipitrum, Allard Pierson Stichting, Afdeling voor mod. lit. wetenschap (1937)
De eodem et diverso (c1109), BGPM IV (1903)
The First Latin Translation of Euclid’s Elements Commonly Ascribed to Adelard of Bath, Books I–VIII and Books X 36–XV 2, ed. H. L. L. Busard, Studies & Texts LXIV (Toronto, 1983) [by bk. & prop.]
Ezich Elkauresmi per Athelardum Bathoniensem ex arabico sumptus, Danske Videnskabernes Selskabs Skrifter, Historisk og Filosofis Afdeling VII iii (Copenhagen, 1914) 1–231 [by cap.]
Translatio Euclidis (c1140) [now attrib. Rob. Angl. (I)], (extr.) Abhandlungen zur Geschichte der Mathematik III (1880) 143–66
Mappae clavicula, Arch. XXXII (1847) 187–244 [by cap.]; checked against American Philosophical Soc. Trans. LXIV iv (1974) 1–128
Quaestiones naturales, BGPM XXXI i (1934) 1–91 [by cap.]
Adel. Blandin. Adelard of Blandinium [fl. a1011]
Epistola de vita S. Dunstani, in Mem. Dunst. 53–68; from Fasc. XV also checked against ed. M. Winterbottom & M. Lapidge, The Early Lives of St. Dunstan (OMT, 2012) [by cap.]
Ad. Eyns. Adam of Eynsham [ob. p1233]
Magna vita S. Hugonis [Bishop of Lincoln, ob. 1200] (c1213), ed. D. H. Farmer & D. L. Douie, 2 vols. (Med. Texts, 1961–2; corr. repr. 1985) [by bk. & cap.]
Visio monachi de Egnesham [Eynsham] (c1197), OHS LI (1908) 285–371 [by cap.]; also Anal. Boll. XXII (1903)
Ad. Marsh Adam Marsh (alias de Marisco) [ob. 1257]
Epistolae (mainly c1250), in Mon. Francisc. I 77–414, 438–89 [by no.; letters to Ad. Marsh cited as Ep. Ad. Marsh]; also checked against ed. C. H. Lawrence, 2 vols. (Med. Texts, 2006, 2010)
  H. G. Richardson & G. O. Sayles, The Administration of Ireland, 1172–1377 (IMC, Dublin, 1963)
Ad. Mur. Adam Murimouth (alias Murimuth or Merrymouth) [ob. 1347]
Chronicle (Continuatio Chronicarum) (1303–47), RS XCIII (1889) 1–219:
 appendix, text of MS BL Cotton Nero D x (1340–6), ib., 220–53
Continuatio (1337–77), ed. T. Hog, Eng. Hist. Soc. (1846) 171–227
Continuatio continuationis (1377–80), ib., 228–43
Ad. Scot Adam Scot (alias of Dryburgh) [fl. 1180–1200]
De ordine canonicorum Ordinis Praemonstratensis (a1188), PL CXCVIII (1855) 439–610
De quadripartito exercitio cellae (1188×1199), PL CLIII 799–884
Sermones (a1188), PL CXCVIII (1855) 97–440
Soliloquiorum de instructione animae libri duo (a1188), ib., 843–72
De triplici genere contemplationis (a1188), ib., 795–842
De tripartito tabernaculo (1180), ib., 609–792
Sermones ad viros religiosos (a1188), ed. F. Petit, (Tongerloo, 1934) [by no. & sect.]
De vita et conversatione magistri Adae Cartusiensis v. Chr. Witham
Ad. Usk Adam of Usk [ob. 1430]
Chronicon (1377–1421), ed. E. M. Thompson, 2nd ed. (1904); also checked against ed. C. Given-Wilson, (Med. Texts, 1997)
Ad. Wodeham Adam Wodeham, O. F. M. [ob. 1358]
De divisione et compositione continui contra Chatton, Franciscan Studies XXVI (1966) 267–88; v. et. W. Chatton Cont.
Tractatus de indivisibilibus (c1324), ed. R. Wood, Synthese Historical Library XXXI (Dordrecht, 1988), containing:
309–17, v. Crathorn Cont.
Lectura secunda super I Sententiarum, (prol. q.) Traditio XXXVIII (1983) 235–52; (d. 1. q.) Franciscan Studies XXXVII (1977) 72–102; (d. 23 q. 1) CIMA XXXV (1980) 38–55; superseded by ed. R. Wood & G. Gál, Adam de Wodeham Lectura Secunda in Primum Librum Sententiarum 3 vols. (St. Bonaventure NY, 1990) [by dist. & quaest.]
Super quattuor libros Sententiarum [abbreviated by Henry Totting of Oyta], (Paris, 1512)
Ælf. Ælfric, Abbot of Eynsham [ob. c1010]
Vita S. Æthelwoldi, ed. M. Winterbottom, Three Lives of English Saints (Toronto Med. Latin Texts, 1972) 17–29; also in Chr. Abingd. II app. I 253–66; superseded by ed. M. Lapidge & M. Winterbottom, Wulfstan of Winchester: The Life of St. Æthelwold (Med. Texts, 1991) app. A 71–80 [by sect.]
Catholic Homilies, First S., preface, ed. B. Thorpe, The Homilies of the Anglo-Saxon Church (London, 1846) I 1–3
Catholic Homilies, Second S., preface, EETS sup. ser. V (1979) 1–2
Colloquy (c998), ed. G. N. Garmonsway, (1939) [by col. of WW]
De ecclesiastica consuetudine, ed. B. Fehr, Die Hirtenbriefe Ælfrics (Hamburg, 1914) 234–49 [by cap.]
 Epistolae [by no. & sect.]:
Ep. 2, ib., 35–57
Ep. 2a, ib., 222–7
Ep. 3, ib., 58–67
 Glossary or vocabulary [attrib.], in WW 104–67
 Grammar and Glossary (c998), ed. J. Zupitza, Ælfrics Grammatik und Glossar (Berlin, 1880); also (AN glosses) in Teaching Latin I 101–18
Lives of Saints, preface, EETS LXXVI (1881) 2–4
Regulae Monasticae (c1005), in Comp. Swith. 174–96; also ed. C. Jones, Ælfric’s Letter to the Monks of Eynsham (Cambridge, 1998)
 Supplement to Glossary, in WW 168–91
Historia translationis et miraculorum S. Swithuni, Acta SS. Boll. Jul. I (1712) 328–30; superseded by ed. M. Lapidge, Winchester Studies IV pt. ii (2003) [by cap.]
Ælf. Bata Ælfric Bata [fl. 1005]
Colloquies, in Early Schol. Coll. [by no. & sect.], containing:
27–66, no. 4
67–74, no. 5 Colloquia difficilia
75–101, no. 6 Ælfrici colloquium ab A. B. auctum
Ælnoth Ælnoth [fl. 1085–1109]
Historia ortus, vitae, et passionis S. Canuti, Acta SS. Boll. Jul. III (1723) 127–42 [by sect.]; also ed. M. C. Gertz, Vitae SS. Danorum (Copenhagen, 1908) 77–136
Aenigmata Laureshamensia [or Anglica], in Collect. Aen. I 345–58 [by no. & line]
Æthelw. Æthelweard [ob. c998]
Chronicle (Creation–975), ed. A. Campbell, (Med. Texts, 1962) [by date, bk., & cap.]
Æthelwald Æthelwald, Bishop of Lindisfarne [ob. 740] v. Cerne
Æthelwald  [fl. a700] v. Carm. Aldh.
Æthelwold Æthelwold, Bishop of Winchester [ob. 984]
Epistola, in Mem. Dunst. 361–2
 V. et. Bened. Æthelwoldi, CS 1046–7, 1138, 1147, 1149–59, 1190, Conc. Syn. I 121–33, RegulC, Ælf. Æthelwold, Wulf. Æthelwold
Æthelwulf Æthelwulf [fl. 810]
Carmen de abbatibus cellae suae, ed. A. Campbell, (Oxford, 1967) [by line]
Archivum Franciscanum Historicum, I– (Quaracchi, 1908–)
Archivum Fratrum Praedicatorum, I– (Rome, 1931–)
Agnellus Thomas Agnellus, Archdeacon of Wells [fl. 1180]
Sermo de morte et sepultura Henrici regis junioris (c1183), in Coggesh. Chr. 263–73
Agnus Castus, a Middle English Herbal (15c.), ed. G. Brodin, (Uppsala, 1950) [by f.]
Archives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du moyen âge, I– (Paris, 1926–)
Inquisitions and Assessments relating to feudal Aids, etc. (1284–1431), 6 vols. (HMSO, 1899–1920)
Ailr. Ailred (alias Æthelred) of Rievaulx [ob. 1167]
Dialogus de anima (c1165), Med. & R. Stud. sup. I (1952) 65–157 [by f.]; superseded by CC cont. med. I (1971) 683–754 [by bk. & cap.]
Compendium speculi caritatis, ib., 171–240 [by cap. & col. of PL CXCV]
Sermo de dilectione Dei, ib., 241–4 [by cap.]
Vita S. Edwardi regis (1163), PL CXCV 739–90; v. et. V. Ed. Conf. metr.
De genealogia regum Anglorum (1154), in Hist. Angl. Script. X 347–70
De institutione inclusarum (1162), CC cont. med. I (1971) 635–82 [by cap.]
De Jesu puero duodenni [sermon on Luke ii 42] (1157), PL CLXXXIV (1854) 849–70; superseded by CC cont. med. I (1971) 245–78 [by bk. & cap.]
Vita S. Niniani (1160), ed. A. P. Forbes, (Lives of St. Ninian and St. Kentigern), Historians of Scotland V (Edinburgh, 1874) 137–57 [by cap.]
Oratio pastoralis (1166), CC cont. med. I (1971) 755–63 [by cap.]
De sanctimoniali de Wattun (c1160), PL CXCV 789–96
Sermones, PL CXCV 209–500; superseded by (in part) ed. G. Raciti, (Aelredi Rievallensis Sermones I–XLVI), CC cont. med. IIA (1989) [by no., sect., & col. of PL]
Speculum caritatis, PL CXCV 501–620; superseded by CC cont. med. I (1971) 2–161 [by bk., cap., & col. of PL]
De spiritali amicitia (c1160), CC cont. med. I 279–350 [by bk., cap., & col. of PL CXCV]
Abbreviationes de spiritali amicitia, ib., 351–63 [by bk. & cap.]
De sanctis ecclesiae Haugustaldensis (634–1154), in Hexham I 173–203 [by cap.]
Relatio de standardo (1157), in Chr. Steph. III 181–99 [by f.]
Alb. Lond. Alberic of London [fl. 1200]
De diis gentium et illorum allegoriis, Scriptores rerum mythicarum latini tres Romae nuper reperti (Zelle, 1834) 152–256 [by cap. & sect.]
Alch. Alchfrith [fl. 770]
Epistola Alchfriði anachoritae ad Higlacum lectorem et presbiterum, ed. W. Levison, England and the Continent in the eighth century (Oxford, 1946) app. ix 297–300
 Orationes, in Cerne 143–5, 155–6
Alcuin Alcuin (alias Albinus) [735–804]
 Alcuin to Beatus of Liébana, ed. W. Levison, England and the Continent in the Eighth Century (Oxford, 1946) app. xi 318–23
 Carmina, in PLAC I 220–351 [by no. & line]
 Carmina rhythmica, ib., IV 903–10
 Opera didascalica, PL CI, containing:
951–76, De dialectica
975–80, Disputatio Pippini regis et nobilissimi juvenis cum Albino
981–1002, De cursu et saltu lunae ac bissexto [attrib.; an editorial conflation]
  V. et. Alcuin Gram., Alcuin Orth., Alcuin Rhet.
 Opera dogmatica, PL CI, containing:
9–58, De fide sanctae et individuae Trinitatis [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 257]
57–64, De Trinitate ad Fredegesium quaestiones XXVIII [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 289]
63–84, Libellus de processione spiritus sancti [pref. = Alcuin Ep. app. 3]
85–120, Contra haeresim Felicis [v. et. Alcuin Haer.]
119–230, Adversus Felicem [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 23, 202, 203]
231–300, Adversus Elipandum [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 200, 201, 166]
299–304, Alcuinus filiae in Christo [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 204]
 Opera dubia, PL CI, containing:
1027–98, Confessio fidei
1097–1144, Disputatio puerorum
1145–60, Propositiones ad acuendos juvenes
1161–70, Varia
 Epistolae, ed. E. Duemmler, MGH Ep. Carol. Aevi II (1895) 1–481 [by no.; letters to Alcuin and other docs. cited as Ep. Alcuin.]
 Opera exegetica, PL C, containing:
516–66, In Genesim [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 80]
565–8, Super Geneseos i 26
567–70, Brevis expositio decalogi
569–640, Enchiridion or Expositio in Psalmos poenitentiales [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 243]
641–64, In Canticum
667–720, In Ecclesiasten [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 251]
725–34, Interpretationes nominum Hebraicorum
737–1008, In Joannis evangelium [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 214, 196, 213]
1009–84, Explanatio in tres S. Pauli epistolas
1087–156, Expositio Apocalypsis
Grammatica, PL CI 849–902
Contra haeresim Felicis, Studi e testi CCLXXXV (1980) 55–99 [by sect.]
 Opera hagiographica, PL CI, containing:
657–64, De vita S. Martini
681–94, Vita S. Richarii
 Opera liturgica, PL CI, containing:
445–66, Liber sacramentorum
465–508, De Psalmorum usu
509–612, Officia per ferias [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 304]
611–14, De baptismi caerimoniis [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 134, cf. 137 p. 214]
 Opera moralia, PL CI, containing:
613–38, De virtutibus et vitiis [pref. = Alcuin Ep. 305]
639–50, De animae ratione [= Alcuin Ep. 309]
649–56, De confessione peccatorum [= Alcuin Ep. 131]
Orthographia, ed. H. Keil, Grammatici Latini VII (1878) 295–312 [by p. of ed. Putschius 2327–50]; also ed. A. Marsili, (Pisa, 1952)
De rhetorica, ed. C. Halm, Rhetores Latini minores (1863) 525–50 [by sect.]
Versus de pontificibus et sanctis Eboracensis ecclesiae, in PLAC I 169–206 [by line]; also ed. P. Godman, (Med. Texts, 1982)
 Opera supposita, PL CI, containing:
1173–1286, De divinis officiis
1300–1308, Homiliae
1383–1416, Libellus sacrarum precum
Vita S. Vedasti episcopi Atrebatensis [ob. 539], MGH Script. rer. Merov. III (Hanover, 1896) 414–27
Vita S. Willibrordi (prose), ed. W. Levison, MGH Script. rer. Merov. VII (Hanover & Leipzig, 1920) 113–41 [by cap.]
Vita S. Willibrordi (verse), in PLAC I 207–20 [by sect. & line]
Aldh. Aldhelm, Bishop of Sherborne [ob. 709]
Aenigmata, MGH Auct. Antiq. XV (1919) 97–149; also in Collect. Aen. I 367–540 [by no. & line]
Carmina ecclesiastica, ib., 3–32 [by no. & line]; v. et. Carm. Aldh.
Epistulae, ib., 475–503 [by no.; letters to Aldhelm cited as Ep. Aldh.]
De metris etc., ib., 59–96 [by cap.]
De pedum regulis, ib., 150–204 [by cap.]
De virginitate (prose), ib., 226–323 [by cap.]:
(glosses) in GlN sect. 1–18; also ed. L. Goossens, The Old English Glosses of MS Brussels, Royal Library 1650 (Brussels, 1974); ed. M. Richter, Die altenglischen Glossen zu Aldhelms ‘De laudibus virginitatis’ in der Handschrift BL. Royal B. VII (Munich, 1996)
De virginitate (verse), ib., 350–471 [by line]
Aldr. Aldred, Provost of St Cuthbert’s, Chester-le-Street [fl. 970]
 Marginalia, ed. W. J. P. Boyd, (Exeter, 1975) [by no.]
 V. et. John, Luke, Mark, Matthew, Rit. Durh.
Alea Evangelii (10c.), ed. J. A. Robinson, The Times of Saint Dunstan (Oxford, 1923) 173–7
Alex. Ashby Alexander of Ashby, O. S. A. [ob. a1214]
Biblia Versificata, ed. O. Dinkova-Bruun, (forthcoming) [by line]
Alex. Bath Alexander of Bath, Dean of Wells [1190–1210]
Moralia super Evangelia, (extr.) ed. E. J. Dobson, Moralities on the Gospels, a new source of Ancrene Wisse (Oxford, 1975) [by bk., cap., & p.]
Alex. Cant. Alexander of Canterbury [fl. 1100–10]
Liber ex dictis beati Anselmi, in Mem. Anselm 108–95
Miracula, ib., 196–270 [by no., version, & p.]
Brevis vita Anselmi, (extr.) in Eadmer HN cxx–cxxvii; superseded by Alex. Cant. Dicta; Alex. Cant. Mir.
Alf. Angl. Alfredus Anglicus (of Shareshill) [fl. c1197–c1222]
De motu cordis (c1197), BGPM XXIII (1923) 1–96 [by cap. & sect.]
In meteora (a1200), (extr.) in Grabmann Studies 463–71
Mineralia or De congelatione et conglutinatione lapidum [transl. of Avicenna] (a1200), in Theatrum Chem. IV 883–7; also ed. E. J. Holmyard & D. C. Mandeville, (1927) 45–55
De plantis [transl. of Nicholas of Damascus via Arabic], ed. E. H. F. Meyer, (Leipzig, 1841)
Archivum Latinitatis medii aevi: Bulletin du Cange, I– (Brussels, 1924–)
Alphita, a medico-botanical glossary (c1315), ed. J. L. G. Mowat, Anecd. Oxon. I ii (1887); Eng. recension ed. S. de Renzi, Collect. Salern. III (1854) 272–322; ed. A. García González, (Florence, 2007)
Altercatio magistri et discipuli (a994), ASE I (1972) 108–120 [by line]
Parochial antiquities attempted in the history of Ambrosden [Oxon], ed. W. Kennett, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1818)
A. Meaux Alan de Melsa [fl. 1210]
 Poem on Susanna, Studi Medievali ns III (1930) 41–50
Amund. John Amundesham [fl. 1440]
Annales monasterii S. Albani (1421–40), 2 vols., Chr. Mon. S. Alb. V, containing:
Analecta Bollandiana, I– (Brussels, 1882–)
Analecta Sacri Ordinis Cisterciensis, I– (Rome, 1945–)
Analecta Hibernica [incl. reports of IMC], I– (Dublin, 1930–)
Analecta hymnica medii aevi, ed. G. M. Dreves & C. Blume, 55 vols. (Leipzig, 1886–1922) [by vol. & no.], containing:
XLVIII 9–18, LI 164–6, v. Wulf. Poems
Analogues of Chaucer’s Canterbury Pilgrimage (15c. docs.), ed. F. J. Furnivall & R. E. G. Kirk, Chaucer Soc. ns XXXVI (1903)
 Ancient Correspondence (Hen. II–), MS PRO SC 1
Ancient Charters royal and private prior to ad 1200, Pipe R. Soc. X (1888) [by no.]
 Ancient Deeds (12c.–), MS PRO:
Series A, E 40
Series AA, E 41
Series AS, E 42
Series B, E 326
Series BX, E 327
Series C, C 146
Series D, E 210
Series WS, E 43
 Ancient Extents (John–Hen. VI), MS PRO E 142
 Ancient Indictments (Ed. I–), MS PRO KB 9
  Sir Francis Palgrave, The Antient Kalendars and Inventories of the Treasury of His Majesty’s Exchequer 3 vols. (1836) [by vol. & p.]
 Ancient Petitions (Hen. III–), MS PRO SC 8
The Latin text of the Ancrene Riwle [attrib. S. Gaunt] [early 14c. transl. from Eng.], EETS CCXVI (1944); Eng. text cited from EETS CCXLIX and CCLXVII
Anglo-Norman Dictionary, ed. L. W. Stone & W. Rothwell, I– (London, 1977–)
Andr. S. Vict. Andrew of St. Victor, Abbot of Wigmore [fl. c1140–c1162]
Commentarii, (extr.) ed. B. Smalley, The Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages (Oxford, 1941) 86–144, 271–89
Expositio super Danielem, ed. M. Zier, CC cont. med. LIIIF (1990)
Commentarius in Ecclesiasten, ed. G. Calandra, (Palermo, 1948)
Expositio in Ezechielem, ed. M. A. Signer, CC cont. med. LIIIE (1991)
Expositio super Heptateuchum, ed. C. Lohr & R. Berndt, CC cont. med. LIII (1986)
Expositio Hystorica in Librum Regum, ed. F. A. van Liere, CC cont. med. LIIIA (1996)
Expositiones Historicas in Libros Salomonis, ed. R. Berndt, CC cont. med. LIIIB (1991)
André Bernard André of Toulouse [ob. p1520]
De vita atque gestis Henrici Septimi historia, in Mem. Hen. VII 1–130, containing:
1–75, Vita (1497)
77–130, Annales (1504–8)
Anecdota Oxoniensia: Texts, documents, & extracts chiefly from MSS in Bodl., Mediaeval & Modern ser., I–XV (Oxford, 1882–1929)
Anecdota quaedam poetica, Surtees Soc. LXX (1878) 72–89 [by no. & line]
Anglia: Zeitschrift für englische Philologie, I– (Halle, 1878–)
Anglia sacra, sive collectio historiarum de archiepiscopis et episcopis Angliae (–1540), ed. H. Wharton, 2 vols. (1691), containing:
I 177–286, v. Rudborne
I 356–77, v. Hist. Roff.
I 423–43, v. Chesterfield
II 78–87, v. Eadmer Odo
II 122–42, v. Osb. V. Elph.
II 143–7, v. Osb. Transl. Elph.
II 295–321, v. W. Wycumbe V. Rob. Betun.
II 524n, v. Harclay Thom.
II 654–61, v. Ben. Glouc. Dubr.
Anglo-Scottish Relations, 1174–1328, ed. E. L. G. Stones, (Med. Texts, 1965)
  Tony Hunt, Anglo-Norman Medicine 2 vols. (Cambridge, 1994, 1997)
Annales Angliae et Scotiae (1292–1300), Chr. Mon. S. Alb. II 371–408
Annales monasterii de Bermundeseia [Bermondsey, Surrey] (1042–1432), in Ann. Mon. III 423–87
Annales de Burton [Staffs] (1004–1263), in Ann. Mon. I 183–500
Annales Cambriae (444–1288), RS XX (1860)
Annales Cestrenses or Chronicle of the Abbey of St. Werburgh at Chester (Creation–1297), Lancs & Chesh Rec. Soc. XIV (1887)
Annales prioratus de Dunstaplia [Beds] (Incarnation–1297) [–1241 attrib. R. de Morins], in Ann. Mon. III 1–420; also ed. T. Hearne, Chronicon seu annales prioratus de Dunstaple 2 vols. (Oxford, 1733)
Durham annals (1207–86), Surtees Soc. CLV (1940), containing:
85–202, (13c. docs.)
Annales Regis Edwardi Primi (frags.) ( 1285–1307), Chr. Mon. S. Alb. II 435–99
Annals (17bcad1333, w. cont. 1381–1413), MS BL Cotton Vitellius D ix ff. 5–22; v. et. Cart. S. Nich. Exon.
Annales Henrici Quarti, Regis Angliae (1399–1406), Chr. Mon. S. Alb. III 280–420
Annales Londonienses (1195–1330), in Chr. Ed. I & II I 3–251
Annales de Margan [Margam, Glam] (1066–1232), in Ann. Mon. I 1–40
Annales du Midi, I– (Toulouse, 1899–)
Annales Monastici, 5 vols., RS XXXVI (1864–9), containing:
I 1–40, v. Ann. Margan
I 41–180, v. Ann. Tewk.
I 183–500, v. Ann. Burton
II 3–125, v. Ann. Wint.
II 127–411, v. Ann. Wav.
III 1–420, v. Ann. Dunstable
III 423–87, v. Ann. Berm.
IV 3–352, v. Ann. Osney
IV 355–564, v. Ann. Worc.
IV 6–319, v. Wykes
Annales monasterii de Oseneia [Osney, Oxon] (1016–1347), in Ann. Mon. IV 3–352 [first text]; v. et. Wykes
Annales Paulini [St. Paul’s, London] (1307–41), in Chr. Ed. I & II I 253–370
Annales Ricardi Secundi, Regis Angliae (1392–9), Chr. Mon. S. Alb. III 153–280
Annales regni Scotiae (1291–2), Chr. Mon. S. Alb. II 233–368
Annales S. Edmundi [Bury St. Edmunds] (1032–1212), in Mem. S. Edm. II 1–25; complemented by text in ANQuellen 107–55
Annales monasterii de Theokesberia [Tewkesbury, Glos] (1066–1263), in Ann. Mon. I 41–180
Annales monasterii de Waverleia [Waverley, Surr] (Incarnation–1291), in Ann. Mon. II 127–411
Annales monasterii de Wintonia [Winchester] (519–1277), in Ann. Mon. II 3–125
Annales prioratus de Wigornia [Worcester] (Incarnation–1377), in Ann. Mon. IV 355–564
  F. Liebermann, Ungedruckte Anglo-Normanische Geschichtsquellen (Strasbourg, 1879), containing:
107–55, v. Ann. S. Edm.
202–81, v. Herm. Arch.
Anselm Anselm, Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 1109]
Opera omnia, ed. F. S. Schmitt, 6 vols. (Seckau, Rome, Edinburgh, 1938–61) [by (short title & no. or sect.), vol. & p.], containing:
II 221–32, (Azym.) Epistola de sacrificio azimi et fermentati
I 227–76, (Casus Diab.) De casu diaboli
II 37–133, (CurD) Cur Deus homo
III 93–294, IV, V, (Ep.) Epistolae [letters to Anselm cited as Ep. Anselm.]
I 141–68, (Gram.) De grammatico
I 277–90, (Incarn. A) Epistola de incarnatione Verbi (A)
II 1–35, (Incarn. B) Epistola de incarnatione Verbi (B)
I 201–26, (Lib. Arb.) De libertate arbitri
III 76–91, (Medit.) Meditationes
I 1–87, (Mon.) Monologion
III 1–75, (Or.) Orationes
II 135–73, (Orig. Pecc.) De conceptu virginali et de originali peccato
II 243–88, (Praesc.) De concordia praescientiae
II 175–219, (Proc. Sp.) De processione spiritus sancti
I 89–122, (Prosl.) Proslogion
I 130–9, (Resp. Ed.) Ad proslogion responsio editoris
I 125–9, (Resp. Insip.) Ad proslogion responsio Gaunilonis pro insipiente
II 239–42, (Sacr.) Epistola de sacramentis ecclesiae
I 169–99, (Ver.) De veritate
Miscellanea Anselmiana, in Mem. Anselm 295–360
 V. et. Simil. Anselmi, Alex. Cant., Eadmer Beat., Eadmer Mir. Anselmi, Eadmer V. Anselmi
Anselm Bury Anselm, Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds [1121–48]
Miracula S. Virginis Mariae, Univ. of Wisconsin Stud. in Social Science & History XII (1927) 15–61 [by cap.; letter to Anselm cited as Ep. Anselm. Bur.]
Antiquity: a quarterly journal of archaeology, I– (Cambridge, 1927–)
  W. Somner, Antiquities of Canterbury 2nd ed. (1703)
Society of Antiquaries of London, Journal, I– (1921–)
  R. W. Eyton, Antiquities of Shropshire 12 vols. (1854)
  W. Dugdale, Antiquities of Warwickshire (Coventry, 1765)
Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland (1124–), 11 vols. in 12 [parts within vols. also sep. pag.] (RC, 1814–) [by vol. & p. of vol.], containing:
I 329–56, v. Leg. IV Burg.
I 431–8, v. Stat. Gild. Berw.
I 680–2, v. Iter Cam. Artic.
I 693–702, v. Iter Cam.
  V. et. Quon. Attach., RegiamM
Archaeologia, I– (Society of Antiquaries of London, 1775–)
I– (Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1822–)
Bridgwater borough Archives, 1200–1485, 5 vols., Som Rec. Soc. XLVIII, LIII, LVIII, LX, LXX [I: nos 1–309; II: 310–495; III: 496–725; IV: 726–892; V: 893–1072] (1933–71) [by no.]
Archaeologia Cambrensis, seven series, I– (Cambrian Archaeological Association, London & Cardiff, 1846–):
 Original documents, 3 vols., [each vol. publ. in cont. pag. multiple parts] (1870–77, 1878–83, 1912–15) [I: issued w. Arch. Camb. 4th ser. I–VIII; II: issued w. Arch. Camb. 4th ser. IX, X, XIV (incomplete); III: 1912–15]
Archaeologia Cantiana, Kent Archaeological Society, transactions, I– (1858–)
The courts of the Archdeaconry of Buckingham, 1483–1523, Bucks Rec. Soc. XIX (1975) [by no.]
Archives historiques du départment de la Gironde, I–XLIX (Paris & Bordeaux, 1859–1914)
  R. Willis & J. W. Clark, Architectural History of the University of Cambridge 4 vols. (Cambridge, 1886)
Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin, ed. K. Sudhoff, I– (Leipzig, 1908–)
Archaeological Journal, I– (Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1844–)
Archives municipales de Bordeaux, I– (1867–)
Mediaeval Archives of the University of Oxford (c1179–c1571), OHS LXX, LXXIII (1920, 1921)
Derbyshire Archaeological Society:
Journal, I– (1879–)
rec. ser., I– (1965–)
Essex Archaeological Society:
transactions, I– (Colchester, 1858–)
occasional publications, I– (Colchester, 1946–)
Norfolk Archaeology, I– (Norwich, 1846–)
Reports and Transactions of the North Oxfordshire Archaeological Society (1853–86); also Reports and Transactions of the Oxfordshire Archaeological Society (1887–1949)
Shropshire Archaeological Society, transactions, I– (Shrewsbury, 1878–)
Somersetshire Archaeological Society, proceedings, I– (Taunton, 1851–)
Yorkshire Archaeological Society (formerly Association):
Journal, I– (Leeds, 1870–)
 record ser., I– (Leeds, 1885–)
Arnulf Arnulf of Lisieux [ob. 1184]
Epistolae (1166–81), ed. F. Barlow, Camd. 3rd ser. LXI (1939) [by date & no.]
 Treatise on conveyancing [attrib. Simon O., Filius Columbae [fl. 1400]], (extr.) JRL Bull. XXIII (1939) 438–44; v. et. Dictamen
  (13c.), ed. G. L. Kittredge, Harvard Studies in Philology and Literature VIII (1903) 150–62 [by cap.]
Anglo-Saxon Charters, I– (British Academy, 1973–)
Ascham Roger Ascham [1515–68]
Epistolarum libri IV, (1703)
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle [by date alone, cited as source for Latin chroniclers]:
Annales Domitiani Latini, MS BL Cotton Domitian A viii (wr. p1058); cited from Med. Stud. IX (1947) 243–72
  M. Deanesly, Sidelights on the Anglo-Saxon Church (1962)
An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, ed. J. Bosworth & T. N. Toller, (Oxford, 1898):
 Enlarged addenda and corrigenda, ed. A. Campbell, (Oxford, 1972)
Supplement, ed. T. N. Toller, (Oxford, 1921)
Anglo-Saxon England, I– (Cambridge, 1972–)
Ashenden John Ashenden (alias Eastwood), Fellow of Merton [fl. 1338–65]
Summa astrologiae judicialis de accidentibus mundi (1348), (Venice, 1489) [by f.]
The Latin Hymns of the Anglo-Saxon Church, with an Interlinear Anglo-Saxon Gloss (11c.), Surtees Soc. XXIII (1851)
  E. Okasha, Hand-list of Anglo-Saxon non-runic Inscriptions (Cambridge, 1971) [by no.]
The Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records, ed. G. P. Krapp & E. V. K. Dobbie, 6 vols. (New York, 1931–42)
Asser Asser, Bishop of Sherborne [ob. c909]
De rebus gestis Alfredi, (Oxford, 1904) [by cap.]; v. et. Chr. S. Neoti
 Duchy of Cornwall Assession Rolls (1300–), MS PRO E 306
The Assize of Clarendon (1166), in R. Howd. II 248–52 [by sect.]; also in SelCh 170–3
Two Thirteenth-Century Assize Rolls for the County of Durham (1235–6, 1242), Surtees Soc. CXXVII (1916) 1–105
The earliest Lincolnshire Assize rolls (1202–9), Linc. Rec. Soc. XXII (1926)
The earliest Northamptonshire Assize Rolls (1202–3), Northants Rec. Soc. V (1930)
Three early Assize Rolls for the county of Northumberland (1256, 1269, 1279), Surtees Soc. LXXXVIII (1891)
Aston John Aston (alias Ashton) [fl. 1382] v. Ziz.
A. Tewk. Alan, Prior of Tewkesbury [ob. 1202]
 Additions to J. Sal. Thom., ib., 323–52 [by cap.]
Epistolae [by no.; letters to A. Tewk. cited as Ep. A. Tewk.]:
(1–9, 10(11)–14(15)) ed. J. A. Giles, Caxton Soc. (1846) 33–58; also PL CXC 1475–88
(10, 16–50) ed. M. A. Harris, Studia Monastica XVIII (1976) 77–108, 299–351
 Prologue to J. Sal. Thom., in Becket Mat. II 299–301
Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi, I– (British Academy, 1969–)
 Exchequer, Augmentation Office, Miscellaneous Books (12c.–), MS PRO E 315
Avesb. Robert of Avesbury [ob. 1359]
De gestis mirabilibus Regis Edwardi Tertii, RS XCIII (1889) 279–471 [by f.]
Aylward Thomas Aylward [ob. 1413]
Life of William of Wykeham, ed. G. H. Moberley, (1887) 287–91 [= ed. 1893: 315–20]; v. et. Heete Wykeham
B. Auctor B. [fl. 1000]
Epistola B. ad Æthelgarum archiepiscopum (980×988), in Mem. Dunst. 385–8; from Fasc. XV also checked against ed. M. Winterbottom & M. Lapidge, The Early Lives of St. Dunstan (OMT, 2012) 153–6
Vita S. Dunstani [ob. 988] auctore B., in Mem. Dunst. 3–52; from Fasc. XV also checked against ed. M. Winterbottom & M. Lapidge, The Early Lives of St. Dunstan (OMT, 2012) [by cap.]
De Babione (?c1180), ed. E. Faral, (Paris, 1948) [by line]
Bacon Roger Bacon [ob. 1294]
Opera hactenus inedita, ed. R. Steele et al., 16 vols. (1905–40) [by vol. & p.], containing:
I, Metaphysica de vitiis contractis in studio theologiae
II–IV [cont. pag.], Communia naturalia
V, Secretum secretorum (p1280)
VI 2–198, Compotus
199–211, Kalendarium
212–67, Compotus v. Gros. Comp.
VII, Quaestiones supra undecimum primae philosophiae Aristotelis
VIII, Quaestiones supra libros IV Physicorum Aristotelis
IX 1–83, De retardatione accidentium senectutis [attrib.]
84–9, Summaria expositio epistolae predictae
90–5, De universali regimine senum
96–7, De balneis senum
98–102, De compositione medicinarum
103–19, Antidotarius
120–43, De conservatione juventutis
144–9, De graduatione medicinarum
150–79, De erroribus medicorum
181–6, Liber sex scientiarum (extr.)
186–208, De diebus creticis
X, Quaestiones supra libros primae philosophiae Aristotelis
XI 1–170, Quaestiones alterae supra libros primae philosophiae Aristotelis
171–252, Quaestiones supra De plantis
253–312, Metaphysica vetus Aristotelis
XII 1–158, Quaestiones supra librum de causis
159–87, Liber de causis
XIII, Quaestiones supra libros octo Physicorum Aristotelis
XIV 1–134, Liber de sensu et sensato
135–208, Summa de sophismatibus et distinctionibus
XV 1–190, Summa grammatica
191–359, Summulae dialectices [also AHDLMA LIII 139–289, and ib., LIV 171–278]
XVI, Communia mathematica
Compendium studii philosophiae, (Fr. Rogeri Bacon Opera inedita), RS XV (1859) 393–519
Compendium studii theologiae (1292), ed. H. Rashdall, Brit. Soc. Franciscan Studies III (Aberdeen, 1911); also checked against ed. T. S. Maloney, (Leiden, 1988) [by sect.]
 Greek Grammar, The Greek Grammar of Roger Bacon and a fragment of his Hebrew Grammar (Cambridge, 1902) 3–196
 Hebrew Grammar, ib., 202–8
Opus majus (1267), ed. J. H. Bridges, 3 vols. (Oxford, 1897–1900) [I 1–96 superseded by text in III; corrigenda in vol. III], containing:
II 1–166, v. Bacon Persp.
II 223–404, v. Bacon Mor. Phil.
II 407–552, v. Bacon MS
III 144–151, v. Bacon Mor. Phil.
Opus minus (1267), RS XV 313–89
Moralis philosophia [part vii of Bacon Maj.], in Bacon Maj. II 223–404 and III 144–151; superseded by ed. E. Massa, (Zurich, 1953)
De multiplicatione specierum, in Bacon Maj. II 407–552; superseded by ed. D. C. Lindberg, Roger Bacon’s Philosophy of Nature (Oxford, 1983) 1–269
De nullitate magiae, RS XV 523–51
Perspectiva, (Frankfurt, 1614); also in Bacon Maj. II 1–166; from Fasc. XIV superseded by ed. D. C. Lindberg, (Oxford, 1996) [by bk., dist., & cap.]
De speculis comburentibus, ib., 168–204; superseded by ed. D. C. Lindberg, Roger Bacon’s Philosophy of Nature (Oxford, 1983) 272–341
De signis, Traditio XXXIV (1978) 75–136
Opus tertium (1267), RS XV 3–310:
 additional portions, Brit. Soc. Franciscan Studies IV (1912)
Baconthorpe John Baconthorpe [ob. 1346]
Postilla super Matthaeum, (extr.) Carmelus II (1955) 260–74
Quaestiones in IV libros Sententiarum (p1325), (Cremona, 1618) I, II 1–582
Quodlibetorum libri IV (a1331), ib., II 583–779
Opus super IV sententiarum libris, (Paris, 1484)
Bad. Aur. Johannes de Bado Aureo (of Guildford) [fl. 1400]
Tractatus de armis (2 versions), ed. E. J. Jones, Mediaeval Heraldry (Cardiff, 1943) 95–212
 Baga de secretis (1477–), MS PRO KB 8
Baker Geoffrey le Baker (alias Walter of Swinbroke) [fl. 1326–1358]
Chronicon (1303–56), ed. E. M. Thompson, (Oxford, 1889) [by f.]; v. et. More Chr. Ed. II
Bald. Cant. Baldwin of Forde, Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 1190]
De commendatione fidei, PL CCIV 571–640; superseded by ed. D. N. Bell, (Sermones, de Commendatione Fidei), CC cont. med. XCIX (1991) 343–458 [by col. of PL CCIV]
De sacramento altaris (1161×1180), PL CCIV 641–774
Sermones, ed. D. N. Bell, (Sermones, de Commendatione Fidei), CC cont. med. XCIX (1991) 1–339 [by no. and sect., with col. of PL CCIV]
Tractatus, PL CCIV 403–572 [by no. & col.]; superseded by Bald. Cant. Serm.
Bale John Bale [ob. 1563]
Index Britanniae Scriptorum, ed. R. L. Poole & M. Bateson, Anecd. Oxon. IX (1902)
Balsh. Adam of Balsham (alias de Parvo Ponte) [ob. c1160]
Ars disserendi (Dialectica Alexandri) (1132), ed. L. Minio-Paluello, Twelfth century logic, texts and studies I (Rome, 1956) 1–68 [by cap.]:
  (second recension) [possibly by Neckam], ib., 1–68 footnotes, and 69–111 [by cap.]
De utensilibus, N. & E. XXXIV (1891) 33–59; (vv. ll.) ed. A. Scheler, Jahrb. rom. Lit. VIII (1867) 75–93; also (text) in Teaching Latin I 171–6, (gl.) Teaching Latin II 37–62
Bannatyne Club, publications, 133 vols., (Edinburgh, 1823–67)
Miscellany of original papers relating to the history of Scotland, 3 vols., Bannatyne Club (1827–55); v. et. Found. Holyrood
History of Banstead in Surrey (selected docs. 1086–), ed. H. C. M. Lambert, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1912, 1931) [refs. are to p. of vol. I unless otherwise stated]
  E. F. Jacob, Studies in the period of Baronial Reform (Oxford, 1925)
Bart. Angl. Bartholomaeus Anglicus (alias de Glanville) [ob. 1272]
De proprietatibus rerum (c1245), (Cologne, 1472); also (bks. III–IV) ed. R. J. Long, (Toronto Med. Latin Texts, 1979); from fasc. V superseded by (Frankfurt, 1601); from Fasc. XIV partly superseded by (bks. I–IV, XVII) ed. H. Meyer, B. van der Abeele et al., (Turnhout, 2007); (ME tr. John Trevisa) ed. M. C. Seymour, 3 vols. (Oxford, 1975) [by bk. & cap.]
Bart. Exon. Bartholomew of Exeter [ob. 1184]
Liber poenitentialis, ed. A. Morey, Bartholomew of Exeter (Cambridge, 1937) 175–300 [by cap.]
Bates John Bates, Carmelite [ob. 1429]
Quaestiones de Anima, (extr.) Carmelus XXIV (1977) 112–26
Monumenta juridica or the Black Book of the Admiralty (14c.–15c.), 4 vols., RS LV (1871–6)
British Borough Charters (1042–1660), ed. A. Ballard, J. Tait & M. Weinbaum, 3 vols. (Cambridge, 1913–43) [by date & p.], containing:
1042–1216 I
1216–1307 II
1307–1660 III
The Black Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin (compiled 1340), MS Christ Church Cathedral Library, Dublin; also (extr. facsimile) RC Rep. (Ireland) I (1810–15) 308–9
Liber niger Scaccarii or the Little Black Book of the Exchequer (temp. Hen. III) [KR Misc. Bks. 12], ed. T. Hearne, 2nd ed. 2 vols. [semi-cont. pag.; I: –398, *397–*486; II: 399–822] (1771), containing:
I 341–59, v. Domus Reg.
II 522–41, v. W. Worc. Anecd.
II 550–9, v. Kymer
Liber niger domus Regis Angliae, etc., ed. A. R. Myers, The Household of Edward IV (1959) 76–197
The Black Book of Lismore, (frags.) ed. J. Ware, Antiquities of Ireland (1704–5)
The Black Book of St. Davids: an extent of lands etc. in 1326, Cymmrodorion rec. ser. V (1902); also (extr.) in Tribal System app. C, 97–100
The Black Book of Winchester [Corporation] (15c.–16c.), ed. W. H. B. Bird, (Winchester, 1925)
B. Cotton Bartholomew Cotton [ob. c1322]
Liber de archiepiscopis et episcopis Angliae (582–1228), RS XVI (1859) 345–418
Historia Anglicana (449–1298), ib., 1–344
Beaufeu Robert Beaufeu (alias de Bello Foco or de Bello Fago), canon of Salisbury [fl. 1190]
Versus de commendatione cervisiae, Rev. Ben. L (1938) 139–40 [by no. & line]; v. et. P. Blois Cervisia, P. Blois Vinum
  M. Morgan, The English lands of the Abbey of Bec (Oxford, 1946)
Becket Thomas Becket, Archb. of Canterbury (1162–1170)
Epistolae, in Becket Mat. V–VII [by no.; other letters cited as Ep. Becket]; also checked against text in ed. A. Duggan, The Correspondence of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1162–1170 (OMT, 2000)
Satire against the Simoniacs [attrib.], in Poésies Pop. 175–7
Materials for the history of Thomas Becket, Archb. of Canterbury, 7 vols., RS LXVII (1875–85), containing:
I 1–136, v. W. Cant. V. Thom.
I 137–546, v. W. Cant. Mir. Thom.
II xlix, v. O. Battle Ep.
II 1–19, v. Ben. Pet. Pass. Thom.
II 21–281, v. Ben. Pet. Mir. Thom.
II 299–301, v. A. Tewk. Prol. Thom.
II 302–22, v. J. Sal. Thom.
II 353–450, v. Grim Thom.
II 451–8, v. Grim Thom. app.
III 1–13, v. W. Fitzst. Thom. prol.
III 13–154, v. W. Fitzst. Thom.
III 155–534, v. H. Bos. Thom.
IV 1–79, v. V. Thom. A
IV 80–144, v. V. Thom. B
V–VII, v. Becket Ep.
  C. R. Cheney, From Becket to Langton (Manchester, 1956)
Bede Bede the Venerable [673–735]
In Acta (p709), PL XCII 937–996; superseded by CCSL CXXI (1983) 1–99 [by col. of PL]
De arte metrica, ed. H. Keil, Grammatici Latini VII (1878) 227–60 [by p. of ed. Putschius 2349–2383]; superseded by CCSL CXXIIIA (1975) 81–141 [by p.]
In Apocalypsin (a716), PL XCIII 129–206; also CCSL CXXIA (2001)
In Cantica canticorum libri VI (a731), CCSL CXIXB (1983) 167–375 [by col. of PL XCI]
Chronica Maiora, CCSL CXXIIIB (1977) 463–544
 Prose Life of St. Cuthbert (c721), ed. B. Colgrave, Two Lives of St. Cuthbert (1940) 141–306 [by cap.]
 Metrical Life of St. Cuthbert, ed. W. Jaager, (Leipzig, 1935) [by line]; also PL XCIV 575–90
Epistola ad Ecgbertum episcopum (734), ed. C. Plummer, Baedae Opera Historica I 405–23 [by cap.]
In Epistolas VII Catholicas, CCSL CXXI (1983) 181–342 [by col. of PL XCIII]
In Ezram et Neemiam [Bks. I and II are commentaries on Ezra, Bk. III on Nehemiah (sometimes known as 2 Ezra)], CCSL CXIXA (1969) 235–392 [by col. of PL XCI]
Libri quatuor in principium Genesis (p721), CCSL CXVIIIA (1967) [by col. of PL XCI 9–190]
Historia abbatum [Benedict, Ceolfrid, Eosterwin, Sigfrid, Hwætberht] (p716), ed. C. Plummer, Baedae Opera Historica 2 vols. (Oxford, 1896) I 364–87 [by cap.]
In canticum Abacuc, CCSL CXIXB (1983) 381–409 [by col. of PL XCI]
Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum (731), ed. C. Plummer, Baedae Opera Historica 2 vols. (Oxford, 1896) I 5–360 [by bk. & cap.]; also ed. B. Colgrave & R. A. B. Mynors, (Med. Texts, Oxford, 1969):
  ed. C. Plummer, I 361–3
 Homilies (c730–5), CCSL CXXII (1955) [cited by bk. & no. of CCSL, & col. of PL XCIV] [this contains all the genuine homilies of Bede]
Liber hymnorum, etc., CCSL CXXII (1955) 405–73 [by no. & line or stanza]; v. et. Ps.-Bede Hymn.
In Regum librum XXX quaestiones, CCSL CXIX (1962) 289–322 [by col. of PL XCI]
In Lucae evangelium expositio, CCSL CXX (1960) 1–425 [by col. of PL XCII]
In Marci evangelium expositio, CCSL CXX (1960) 427–648 [by col. of PL XCII]
Martyrology (prose) [attrib.], PL XCIV 797–1148
Nomina Regionum atque Locorum de Actibus Apostolorum, CCSL CXXI (1983) 167–78 [by col. of PL XCII]
Nomina locorum ex beati Hieronimi presbiteri et Flavi Josephi collecta opusculis, CCSL CXIX (1962) 273–87
De Natura rerum liber, CCSL CXXIIIA (1975) 173–274
De orthographia, ed. H. Keil, Grammatici Latini VII 261–94 [by p. of ed. Putschius 2775–2804]; superseded by CCSL CXXIIIA (1975) 7–57 [by p.]
Epistola ad Pleguinam (708), ed. C. W. Jones, (Bedae Opera de Temporibus), Med. Acad. of America XLI (1943) 307–15 [by cap.]
In Proverbia, CCSL CXIXB (1983) 23–163 [by col. of PL XCI]
Liber retractationis in Actus Apostolorum, PL XCII 995–1032; superseded by CCSL CXXI (1983) 101–63 [by col. of PL]
In primam partem Samuhelis libri IIII, CCSL CXIX (1962) 1–272 [by col. of PL XCI]
De schematibus et tropis, ed. C. Halm, Rhetores Latini minores (1863) 607–18 [by p.]; superseded by CCSL CXXIIIA (1975) 142–171 [by p.]
De tabernaculo (a729), CCSL CXIXA (1969) 1–139 [by col. of PL XCI]
De temporibus (703), ed. C. W. Jones, (Bedae Opera de Temporibus), Med. Acad. of America XLI (1943) 293–303 [by cap.]
De templo, CCSL CXIXA (1969) 141–234 [by col. of PL XCI (735–808)]
In Tobiam, CCSL CXIXB (1983) 3–19 [by col. of PL XCI]
De temporum ratione, ed. C. W. Jones, (Bedae Opera de Temporibus), Med. Acad. of America XLI (1943) 175–291 [by cap.]; also CCSL CXXIIIB (1977) 263–460
Epistola ad Wicthedum (708), ed. C. W. Jones, (Bedae Opera de Temporibus), Med. Acad. of America XLI (1943) 317–25 [by cap.]
Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, publications, I– (Apsley Guise, Bedford, 1913–)
Bekinsau John Bekinsau [ob. 1559]
De supremo et absoluto regis imperio, in Monarchia I 735–56
Bekynton Thomas Bekynton, king’s secretary [ob. 1465]
Official [diplomatic] correspondence, 2 vols., RS LVI (1872):
Dialogue in praise of William of Wykeham [incl. Life of Bekynton] [attrib. Chaundler], ib., II 321–6
Beleth John Beleth [fl. 1182]
Rationale divinorum officiorum (a1190), PL CCII (1855) 13–166 [by cap. & col.]; superseded by CC cont. med. XLI, XLIA (1976) [by cap. & col. of PL]
The Benedictional of Saint Æthelwold, ed. G. F. Warner & H. A. Wilson, (Oxford, 1910)
Benedictional of Archbishop Robert (10c.), HBS XXIV (1903)
Benet John Benet, vicar of Harlington [ob. c1471]
Chronicle (1400–62), (Camd. Misc. XXIV), Camd. 4th ser. IX (1972) 175–232
Ben. Glouc. Benedict of Gloucester [fl. 1150]
Vita S. Dubricii, in Anglia Sacra II 654–61
Ben. Pet. Benedict of Peterborough [ob. 1193]
v. G. Hen. II, G. Ric. I
Miracula S. Thomae Cantuariensis, in Becket Mat. II 21–281 [by bk. & cap.], containing:
II 52, v. Cricklade Ep.
Passio S. Thomae Cantuariensis, ib., II 1–19 [by frag.]
Bern. Bernard (?) of Cerne and Chartres
Commentum quod dicitur Bernardi Silvestris super sex libros Eneidos Virgilii (12c.), ed. J. W. Jones & E. F. Jones, (Lincoln, NE & London, 1977)
Bestiary from MS Ii. iv. 26 in the University Library, Cambridge (12c.), ed. M. R. James, Roxb. Club (1928) [by serial no. (cf. pp. 28–34) & f.]
 Bestiary from MS Ashmole 1511 in the Bodleian Library Oxford (c1200), ed. F. Unterkircher & N. Muratova, (Gras and Paris, 1982–4) [by f.]
Beunans Meriasek (1504), ed. W. Stokes, (1872) [Latin stage directions cited by p. of MS in marg.]
Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philosophie des Mittelalters, I–XLII (Münster, 1891–1970):
 new ser., I– (Münster, 1970–)
Bibliotheca chemica curiosa, ed. J.-J. Manget, 2 vols. (Geneva, 1702), containing:
I 217–90, v. LC
I 509–19, v. Rob. Angl. (I) Alch.
II 80–3, v. Cutcl. CL
II 84–7, v. Cutcl. LL
II 309–24, v. Dastin Ros.
Maxima bibliotheca veterum patrum et antiquorum scriptorum ecclesiasticorum (–1600), ed. M. de la Bigne, 27 vols. (Lyon, 1677), containing:
XXV 316–27, v. Spec. Eccl.
Billingham Richard Billingham, Fellow of Merton [fl. 1344–61]
De sensu composito et diviso, (extr.) ed. A. Maierù, A Giuseppe Ermini (Spoleto, 1970) 387–93
Speculum puerorum [or De probationibus terminorum or Terminus est in quem] (c1350), (prior recensio) ed. L. M. de Rijk, ‘Some 14c. tracts on the Probationes Terminorum’, Artistarium III (1982) 45–76
Birchington Stephen Birchington [ob. 1407]
Vitae archiepiscoporum Cantuariensium (597–1369) [attrib.], in Anglia Sacra I 1–48
Bisset Baldred Bisset (alias Bissait), Rector of Kinghorn [fl. 1300]
Processus contra figmenta regis Angliae (1301), ed. T. Hearne, Scotichronicon 5 vols. (Oxford, 1722) III 883–905; cf. dating in Gt. Cause Ed. I 395; ed. W. Goodall, Scotichronicon 2 vols. (1759) II 192–218 [v. Fordun Cont.]; ed. W. F. Skene, Chronicles of the Pict, Chronicles of the Scots (Edinburgh, 1867) 232–84
Blakman John Blakman [ob. c1485]
De virtutibus et miraculis Henrici VI (c1483), ed. M. R. James, (Cambridge, 1919)
Blaneford Henry de Blaneford [fl. 1330]
Chronicle (1323–4), Chr. Mon. S. Alb. III 129–52
Facsimiles of royal and other Charters in the British Museum I (1070–98), (1903); [no more pub.]
Bracton’s Note Book [extracts from CurR, temp. Hen. III, made for Bracton], ed. F. W. Maitland, 3 vols. (1887) [by p.]; v. et. Bracton
Boece Hector Boece (alias Boethius) [ob. 1536]
Scotorum historiae a prima gentis origine libri XIX (–c1436), (Paris, 1526) [by f.]
Boldon Buke, survey of possessions of see of Durham (1183), Surtees Soc. XXV (1852) [by p.]
Bonif. Boniface (alias Winfreth) [ob. 755]
Aenigmata (Virt. et Vit.), in Collect. Aen. I 273–343 [by line]; also in PLAC I
Ars [grammaticalis], ed. A. Mai, Classici auctores e codicibus Vaticanis editi VII (1835) 475–548; superseded by CCSL CXXXIIIB (1980) 1–99 [by p. of ed. Mai]
Carmina, in PLAC I 16–23 [by no. & line]
Epistolae, ed. M. Tangl, (Briefe des heiligen Bonifatius und Lullus), MGH Ep. selectae I (1916) [by no.; letters to Boniface and others cited as Ep. Bonif.]
De caesuris et metris, ed. T. Gaisford, Scriptores Latini rei metricae (1837) 577–85; superseded by CCSL CXXXIIIB (1980) 109–13
Poenitentiale S. Bonifacii, ed. A. J. Binterim, Die vorzüglichsten Denkwürdigkeiten der Christ-Katholischen Kirche (Mainz, 1829) V iii 430–6
Borough Customs, 2 vols., Selden Soc. XVIII, XXI (1904, 1906)
Boso Boso, monk of St. Albans [ob. 1181]
Vitae Romanorum Pontificum, ed. L. Duchesne, Le Liber Pontificalis (Paris, 1892) II 351–446
Bower Walter, Abbot of Inchcolm [ob. 1449]
Scotichronicon, ed. D. E. R. Watt et al., (Aberdeen, 1987–) [by bk. & cap.; supersedes Fordun Cont.]
Bracton Henry de Bracton (alias Bratton) [ob. 1268]
De legibus et consuetudinibus Angliae (c1258) [attrib.], ed. G. E. Woodbine, 4 vols. [II: ff. 1–159b; III: ff. 159b–317b; IV: ff. 317b–444b] (New Haven, Conn., 1915–42) [by f.]; v. et. BNB
Bradw. Thomas Bradwardine, Archb. of Canterbury [1290–1349]
Ars memorativa [attrib.], ed. B. Politus, Quaestio de modalibus (Venice, 1505); superseded by ed. M. Carruthers, JML II (1992) 35–41 [by line]
Arithmetica speculativa, (Paris, 1495, etc.)
De causa Dei contra Pelagium libri III (1344), ed. H. Savile, (1618)
Textus consequentiarum [attrib.], CIMA XLII (1982) 92–150
De continuo, (extr.) in Sci. Mech. 232–4
De futuris contingentibus, Recherches augustiniennes XIV (1979) 281–336 [by sect.]; also (extr.) in Grabmann Studies 1169–80
Geometria speculativa, (Paris, 1511, etc.)
De incipit et desinit, CIMA XLII (1982) 47–83
Insolubilia, AHDLMA XXXVII (1970) 285–306 [by sect.]
Opus artis logicae [attrib.], CIMA XLII (1982) 152–64
De proportione velocitatum in motibus (1328), ed. H. Lamar Crosby, (Madison, Wisc., 1955)
Sermo epinicius [attrib.], AHDLMA XXV (1958) 295–329
Brakelond Jocelin of Brakelond [ob. p1214]
Cronica de rebus gestis Samsonis abbatis monasterii S. Edmundi [Suff] (1173–1202), ed. H. E. Butler, (Med. Texts, 1949) [by f.]
Bramis John Bramis (alias Bromis), monk of Thetford [fl. 14c.]
Historia regis Waldei [transl. from French], ed. R. Imelmann, Bonner Studien zur englischen Philologie IV (1912) [by bk & cap.]
Breviarium Aberdonense (1509–10), 2 vols., Bannatyne Club (1854)
Breviarium ad usum insignis Ecclesiae Eboracensis (printed from ed. 1493), Surtees Soc. LXXI, LXXV (1880, 1883)
The monastic Breviary of Hyde Abbey, Winchester, 5 vols., HBS LIX, LXXI, LXXVI, LXXVIII, LXXX (1932–42) [by f.]
The Salisbury Breviary, or great breviary, text of the 1531 ed., ed. F. Procter & C. Wordsworth, 3 vols. (Cambridge, 1882, 1879, 1886)
Brinkley Richard Brinkley, O. F. M. [fl. late 14c.]
Summa Logicae, (extr.) Franciscan Studies XL (1980) 79–101 [by part & cap.]
Brinton Thomas Brinton (alias Brunton), Bishop of Rochester, 1373–1389
Sermons, 2 vols., Camd. 3rd ser. LXXXV, LXXXVI (1954) [by no. & p.]
The Brokage Books of Southampton:
(1439–40), Southampton Rec. Soc. XL (1941)
(1443–4), Southampton Rec. Soc. rec. ser. IV, VI (1960, 1961)
Brompton John Brompton [fl. 1436]
Chronicon (588–1198) [attrib.], in Hist. Angl. Script. X 725–1284 [by col.]
Bromyard John of Bromyard [ob. c1352]
Summa praedicantium (c1350), 2 vols. (Venice, 1586)
Bronnen tot de Geschiedenis van den Handel met Engeland Schotland en Ierland (1150–1585), 2 vols. in 4, ed. H. J. Smit, Commissie van advies voor’s Rijks Geschiedkundige LXV, LXVI, LXXXVI, XCI (The Hague, 1928–50) [by date and no.]
Brutus: Eine metrische Paraphrase der Historia Regum Britannie für den Durhames Bischof Hugo de Puiset (1190), Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch XI (1976) 204–23 [by line]
Brevis relatio de origine Willelmi Conquestoris (a1135), ed. J. A. Giles, (Scriptores rerum gestarum Willelmi Conquestoris), Caxton Soc. (1845) 1–26
Brygg Thomas Brygg [fl. 14c.]
Itinerarium in Terram Sanctam domini Thomae de Swynburne (1392–3), Archives de l’orient latin II (Paris, 1884) 378–88
 , containing:
I–VI, Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society, Records Branch, publications (1937–45)
VII–, Buckinghamshire Record Society, publications (1947–)
  L. F. Salzman, Building in England down to 1540, a documentary history (Oxford, 1952)
Burginda Burginda
ed. P. Sims-Williams, ‘An Unpublished Seventh- or Eight-Century Anglo-Latin Letter in Boulogne-sur-Mer MS 74 (82)’, Medium Ævum XLVIII (1979) 10
Burley v. Ad. Burley, W. Burley
  M. D. Lobel, The borough of Bury St. Edmund’s (Oxford, 1935), containing:
171–95, app. i, (docs., c1190–1479)
Butler William Butler [fl. 1410]
Determinatio, ed. M. Deanesly, The Lollard Bible (Cambridge, 1920) 399–418
Byrht. Byrhtferth of Ramsey [fl. c986–c1016]
Historia regum (616–888), (capp. 1–35, 40–50, 53–80) (Symeonis Dunelmensis Opera), RS LXXV (1882–5) II 3–91 [by cap.]; cf. M. Lapidge, ‘Byrhtferth of Ramsey and the early sections of the Historia Regum attributed to Symeon of Durham’, ASE X (1981) 97–122
Manual (1011), ed. S. J. Crawford, EETS CLXXVII (1929) 2–246; superseded by EETS sup. XV (1995) [by p. of ed. Crawford]; also (epilogue) Speculum III (1928) 516–19; cf. H. Henel, ‘Byrhtferth’s Preface: the Epilogue of his Manual?’, Speculum XVIII (1943) 288–302
Vita S. Ecgwini (c1016), ed. J. A. Giles, Vita quorundum Anglo-Saxonum [sic] (Caxton Soc., 1854) 349–96; also checked against ed. M. Lapidge, (OMT, 2009)
Vita S. Oswaldi Archiepiscopi Eboracensis [ob. 992] (c1000), in Hist. Church York I 399–475; also checked against ed. M. Lapidge, (OMT, 2009)
Caius John Caius (alias Keyes) [1510–73]
De rariorum animalium historia libellus (1570), ed. E. S. Roberts, The Works of John Caius (Cambridge, 1912) [by f.]
De canibus Britannicis libellus (1570), ib.,
Calendar of Charter Rolls (1226–1516), 6 vols. (HMSO, 1903–27); v. et. ChartR, RChart
Calendar of various Chancery Rolls (1277–1326), (HMSO, 1912)
Calendar of the Close Rolls (1272–), (HMSO, 1900–); v. et. Cl
Calendar of County Court, City Court, and Eyre Rolls of Chester, 1259–97, w. inquest of military service, 1288, Chetham Soc. ns LXXXIV (1925)
Calendar of Ormond deeds (1170–1603), 6 vols., IMC (Dublin, 1932–43)
Documents preserved in France, illustrative of the history of Great Britain and Ireland (918–1206), ed. J. H. Round, (HMSO, 1899) [by no.]
  Sir Francis Palgrave, The Antient Kalendars and Inventories of the Treasury of His Majesty’s Exchequer 3 vols. (1836) [by vol. & p.]
Calendar of Fine Rolls (1272–1509), 22 vols. (HMSO, 1911–63); v. et. FineR
Calendar of Inquisitions Miscellaneous (1219– ), (HMSO, 1916–) [by no.]
Calendar of inquisitions post mortem etc. [by no.]:
(Hen. III–), 1st ser. I– (1904–)
(Hen. VII–), 2nd ser. I– (1898–)
Calendar of documents relating to Ireland (1171–1307), 5 vols. (HMSO, 1875–86)
Calendar of the Justiciary Rolls of Ireland, 3 vols. (Dublin, 1905–56), containing:
I, (1295–1303)
II, (1305–7)
III, (1308–13)
Calendar of Letter Books preserved at the Guildhall [London]:
A–L (Ed. I–Hen. VII), ed. R. R. Sharpe, 11 vols. (1899–1912)
Calendar of Liberate Rolls (1226–72), 6 vols. (HMSO, 1916–64) [vol. VI by no.; others by p.]; v. et. Liberate
Calendar of early Mayor’s Court Rolls at the Guildhall, London (1298–1307), ed. A. H. Thomas, (1924)
Calendar of Memoranda rolls (Exch) (Michaelmas 1326–Michaelmas 1327), (HMSO, 1968)
 Calendar of Patent Rolls (1232–), Patent rolls of the reign of Henry III III– (HMSO, 1906–) [cont. of Pat]; v. et. Pat
Calendar of Plea and Memoranda Rolls of the City of London (1323–1482), ed. A. H. Thomas, 7 vols. (1926–61)
Calendar of the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews, 4 vols., ed. J. M. Rigg, H. Jenkinson & H. G. Richardson, (Jewish Historical Society of England, 1905–72) [I–III by p., IV by no.]
Calendar of Coroners’ Rolls of the City of London (1300–78), ed. R. R. Sharpe, (1913)
Calendar of Recognizance Rolls of Chester (13c.–1830), PRO Deputy Keeper’s Rep. 36, 37, 39 (1875–8) app. ii [sep. pub.]
Calendar of documents relating to Scotland (1108–1509), 4 vols. (Scot. RO, 1881–8)
Calendar of State Papers relating to Scotland and Mary, Queen of Scots (1547–1603), 13 vols. in 14 (Scot. RO, 1898–1969)
Calendar of State Papers relating to Scotland, Scot. ser. (1509–1603), 2 vols. (1858)
Cambridge Antiquarian Society, publications:
  2 vols., (1840–9)
I– (1859–)
I– (1908–)
Camden Society, publications:
I–XCIV (RHS, 1900–63)
I– (RHS, 1964–)
  V. et. Camd. Soc.
Camd. William Camden [1551–1623]
Britannia (1586) [by p. of ed. 1600]
The Camden Miscellany I–, Camd. Soc. XXXIX– (occasional vols.); also Camd.
Camden Society, publications:
I–CV (1808–70)
 new ser., I–LXII (1871–99)
  V. et. Camd.
Campsall Richard of Campsall, fellow of Balliol and Merton Colleges [ob. c1330]ed. E. A. Synan, The Works of Richard of Campsall 2 vols. (Toronto, 1968–82):
Quaestiones super librum Priorum Analyticorum (c1306), ed. Synan I 37–306 [by sect.]
v. Ps.-Campsall Log.
Utrum materia possit esse sine forma, ed. Synan II 24–31
Notabilia de contingentia et praescientia Dei, ib., II 38–43 [by no.]
Contra ponentes naturam, ib., II 14–17
Canon John Canon (alias Canonicus) [fl. c1330]
Quaestiones super octo libris Physicorum Aristotelis, (Padua, 1475); also (extr.) Opusc. & Text. XVIII (1937) 57–63
Quadrilogus, docs. in support of the canonization of Edmund Rich (1241–2), ed. C. H. Lawrence, Lives of Edmund Rich (1960) 187–202
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Cantlow Nicholas Cantlow [ob. 1441]
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Capgr. John Capgrave [1393–1464]RS VII (1858):
In Actus Apostolorum (c1458), (extr.) RS 219–24
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Carew Richard Carew [fl. 14c.]
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Cartulary of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital [London] (12c.–), (calendar) ed. N. J. M. Kerling, (1973)
Two Chartularies of the Priory of St. Peter at Bath (9c.–), Som Rec. Soc. VII (1893) [sep. pag. and num., specified as A or B, by no.]
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Cartulary and Terrier of the Priory of Bilsington [Kent], ed. N. Neilson, Rec. Soc. & Econ. VII (1928), containing:
65–147, cartulary (mainly 13c.)
148–218, terrier (1567)
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Cartulaire de l’abbaye royale de Notre Dame de Bonport [Norm.] (1190–1467), ed. J. Andrieux, (Evreux, 1862)
Chartulary of Boxgrove Priory (13c.–), (transl. only) Sussex Rec. Soc. LIX (1960)
Cartularium prioratus de Brecon (12c.–), Arch. Cambr. 4th ser. XIII (1882) 275–308; and ib., XIV (1883) 18–49, 137–68, 221–36, 274–311
Cartulary of Brinkburn Priory [Northumb] (14c.), Surtees Soc. XC (1893)
Fragment of the Cartulary of Buckfast Abbey [Devon] (12c.–1314), in Reg. Exon. (1327–69) V 1563–1610 [by no.]
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Abstract of Chartulary of Burton Abbey (1004–1437), Collect. Staffs V (1884)
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 Cartulary of the Priory of Canons Ashby [Northants] (late 13c.), MS BL Egerton 3033
The Cartulary of Carisbrooke [I. of W.] Prior (1114–), MS BL Egerton 3667; superseded by ed. S. F. Hockey, (Isle of Wight RO, 1981) [by no.]
Chertsey Abbey Cartularies, (calendar only) 2 vols. in 3, Surrey Rec. Soc. XII (1915–63) [by vol. & no.]
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Chartulary of Cockersand Abbey [Lancs] (12c.–16c.), 3 vols. in 7, Chetham Soc. ns XXXVIII–XL, XLIII, LVI, LVII, LXIV [cont. pag.] (1898–1909)
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Chartulary of the Cistercian Priory of Coldstream [Berw] (12c.–16c.), Grampian Club (London, 1879)
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Chartulary of Dieulacres Abbey (12c.–13c.), Collect. Staffs ns IX (1906) 291–362:
ib., 363–6
Chartularies of St. Mary’s Abbey, Dublin, etc. (12c.–15c.), 2 vols., RS LXXX (1884)
Digest of the Cartulary of Dunstable (late 12c.–17c.), Beds Hist. Rec. Soc. X (1926)
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Cartulary of Eye Priory [Suff] (13c.), MS Essex RO D/DBy Q 19
Eynsham Cartulary (1005–1539), OHS XLIX, LI (1907–8); v. et. Ad. Eyns. Visio
Abstracts from charters contained in Chartulary of Fountains Abbey [Yorks] (12c.–15c.), (English summary) ed. W. T. Lancaster, 2 vols. (1915)
Cartae et alia munimenta quae ad Dominium de Glamorgancia pertinent (†5c. [11c.]–18c.), ed. G. T. Clark, 1 vol. in 6 [–224, –712, –1176, –1632, –2096, Index] (Cardiff, 1910) [some docs. cited from fuller text in first ed. (4 vols.) 1885–93 (by vol. & p.)]
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Historia et Cartularium Monasterii S. Petri Gloucestriae (12c.–14c.), 3 vols., RS XXXIII (1863–7), containing:
I 3–125, v. Hist. Glouc.
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The Cartulary of Haughmond Abbey, ed. U. Rees, (Cardiff, 1985) [by no.]
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  [Heming, monk of Worcester [fl. 1086]] Chartularium ecclesiae Wigorniensis (8c.–11c.), ed. T. Hearne, 2 vols. (1723); v. et. Cart. Worc.
Liber Cartarum S. Crucis, munimenta ecclesie S. Crucis de Edwinesburg (12c.–16c.), (extr.) Bannatyne Club LXXIV (1840)
Cartulary of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem in England, MS BL Cotton Nero E vi (wr. 1442): Secunda Camera [Essex] (12c.–13c.) ff. 289–467v, ed. M. Gervers, Rec. Soc. & Econ. ns VI (1982) [by no.]
Cartulary of the Hospital of St. John, Oxford (13c.–), OHS LXVI, LXVIII, LXIX (1914–16)
Cartulaire de Jersey et des autres Îles normandes (11c.–14c.), 6 pts., S. Jers. [cont. pag.] (1918–24)
Surtees Soc. CCIII
Leiston Cartulary, Suffolk Charters I (1979) [by no.]
Cartularium comitatus de Levenax [Stirlingshire] (13c.), Maitland Club (1833)
Chartulary of the Priory of St. Pancras of Lewes (c1089–, compiled 1444), (mainly transl.) Sussex Rec. Soc. XXXVIII, XL (Lewes, 1932–4) [by f.]
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Cartulary of Missenden Abbey (12c.–14c.), Bucks Rec. Soc. II, X, XII (1938–62) [by no.]
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 Cartulary of Newent [Glos] (13c.), MS BL Addit. 15668 ff. 50–68 [by f.]
Chartularium Abbathiae de Novo Monasterio [Northumb] (12c.–15c.), Surtees Soc. LXVI (1878)
Cartulary of Newnham Priory (12c.–15c.), Beds Hist. Rec. Soc. XLIII pts. 1 and 2 (1963–4)
Cartulary of Oseney Abbey (12c.–16c.), OHS LXXXIX–XCI, XCVII, XCVIII, CI (1929–36)
The Percy Chartulary, Surtees Soc. CXVII (1911) [by no.]
Chartulary of Pontefract (12c.–13c.), Arch. Soc. Yorks rec. ser. XXV, XXX (1899, 1902)
Cartularium monasterii de Rameseia [Ramsey, Hunts] (11c.–14c.), 3 vols., RS LXXIX (1884–93)
Reading Abbey [Berks] Cartularies (12c.–14c.), Camd. 4th ser. XXXI, XXXIII (1986–7) [by no.]
Cartularium Abbathiae de Rievalle [Yorks] (12c.–16c.), Surtees Soc. LXXXIII (1889)
 Cartulary of Rufford [Notts] (12c.), MS BL Loans 41 ff. 1–16
Chartulary of Sallay in Craven (12c.–14c.), Arch. Soc. Yorks rec. ser. LXXXVII, XC (1933–4) [by no.]
Sandford Cartulary (12c.–13c.), Oxon Rec. Soc. XIX, XXII (1938–41) [by no.]
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Sibton Abbey Cartularies and charters (1150–), 4 vols., Suffolk Charters VII–X (1985–8) [by no.]
Cartulary of the Priory of St. Neots [Hunts] (12c.–15c.), MS BL Cotton Faustina A iv
 Cartulary of St. Nicholas’ Priory, Exeter [Devon] (mainly 12c.–13c. charters, w. 14c. additions), MS BL Cotton Vitellius D ix ff. 24–182; v. et. Ann. Exon.
The Staffordshire Chartulary (1072–1237), Collect. Staffs II pt. i (1881) 178–276
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27–32, v. DipDocC
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(12c.), 2 vols., RS II (1858), containing:
II app. I 253–66, v. Ælf. Æthelwold
II app. II 268–95, v. Abbat. Abingd.
II app. III 296–334, v. Cust. Abingd.
II app. IV 336–417, v. Obed. Abingd.
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Notes on an English Cluniac Chronicle (St. Andrew’s Priory, Northampton, –1339), (extr.) EHR XLIV (1929) 94–104
Chronicle of the Abbey of St. Mary de Parco Stanley alias Dale (mid. 12c.–13c.) [attrib. T. de Musca [ob. p1235]], Arch. Soc. Derb LXXXVII (1968) 18–38 [by cap.]; also (extr.) in MonA (1846) VI 892–5
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  (c1390), in Hist. Church York II 466–8
  (?c1370), ib., 469–87
Chronicles of the reigns of Edward I and Edward II, 2 vols., RS LXXVI (1882–3), containing:
I 3–251, v. Ann. Lond.
I 253–370, v. Ann. Paul.
II 25–92, v. G. Ed. II Bridl.
II 93–151, v. G. Ed. III Bridl.
II 297–319, v. More Chr. Ed. II
Chronicon abbatiae de Evesham [Worcs] (c700–1214) [attrib. T. Marlb.], RS XXIX (1863), containing:
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69–108, V. Ecgwini III (–c1200)
109–257, Chr. (1200–1214)
313–20, v. T. Marlb. Odulph
325–37, v. T. Marlb. Wistan
 Continuation (1214–1418), ib., 257–310
  (1418–1539), ib., 338–40
  V. et. T. Marlb. Acta Prob., T. Marlb. Odulph, T. Marlb. Wistan
Chronicles of the reigns of Henry II and Richard I, 2 vols., RS XLIX (1867), containing:
I 1–361, II 1–71, v. G. Hen. II
II 71–252, v. G. Ric. I
 Brief notes of occurrences under Hen. VI and Ed. IV, ‘Three fifteenth-century chronicles’, Camd. Soc. ns XXVIII (1880) 148–63
Chronicon Coenobii Sanctae Crucis Edinburgensis (40bc–1163), Bannatyne Club (1828)
The Kirkstall Chronicle (1355–1400), JRL Bull. XV (1931) 121–37
Chronicon abbatiae de Parco Lude [Louth Park, Lincs] (1066–1404, w. app. of docs.), ed. E. Venables, Linc. Rec. Soc. I (1891)
Chronica regum Manniae et Insularum (1000–1374), ed. P. A. Munch & J. Goss, Manx Society XXII (text and transl.), XXIII (docs.) (Douglas, 1874)
Chronica de Mailros (731–1270), Bannatyne Club (1835)
Chronica monasterii S. Albani, 7 vols. in 12, RS XXVIII (1863–70), containing:
I (2 vols.), v. Wals. HA
IV (3 vols.), v. G. S. Alb.
VI (2 vols.), v. Reg. Whet.
A Northern Chronicle, (extr. 1399–1430) in Eng. Hist. Lit. 15c. 279–91
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Liber niger monasterii S. Petri de Burgo (1125–8), ib., 157–83
  V. et. Chr. Angl. Peterb.
Chronica Pontificum Ecclesiae Eboracensis (601–1519):
 Anon. (601–1140) (wr. a1150), in Hist. Church York II 312–87
 Anon. (1374–1519), in Hist. Church York II 422–45
Chronicon Abbatiae Rameseiensis [Ramsey, Hunts] (10c.–c1200), RS LXXXIII (1886), containing:
xxcii–xxciii, v. Abbo QG prol.
lix–lxxxiv, v. Gosc. Mir. Iv.
The St. Albans Chronicle [attrib. Wals.], ed. V. H. Galbraith, (1937)
Chronicon rerum gestarum in monasterio S. Albani a quodam auctore ignoto compilatum, in Amund. I 1–69
The St. Edmundsbury Chronicle 1296–1301, EHR LVIII (1943) 51–78
Chronicon fani S. Neoti sive annales (44–914), ed. W. H. Stevenson, Asser’s Life of King Alfred (Oxford, 1904) 117–45; superseded by ed. D. N. Dumville, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: a collaborative edition XVII (Woodbridge, 1985)
A Southern Chronicle (earliest times–1422, prob. wr. c1426), (extr. 1399–1422) in Eng. Hist. Lit. 15c. 275–8; v. et. Eul. Hist. Cont.
Chronicles of the reign of Stephen, Henry II and Richard I, 4 vols., RS LXXXII (1884–9), containing:
I 1–408, II 409–500, v. W. Newb. HA
II 501–83, v. W. Newb. HA Cont.
II 585–757, v. Steph. Rouen
III 3–136, v. G. Steph.
III 139–78, v. Ric. Hex. Stand.
III 181–99, v. Ailr. Stand.
III 381–454, v. Devizes
IV 3–60, v. Torigni Access. Sig.
IV 317–27, v. Torigni Cont. Bec.
Chronicle of St. Mary’s Abbey [York] (1112–1323), Surtees Soc. CXLVIII (1934) 1–80; v. et. Cust. St. Mary’s, Steph. Whitby
Rufford Charters (12c.–13c.), 4 vols., Thoroton Soc. rec. ser. XXIX, XXX, XXXII, XXXIV (1972–81) [by no.]
The Chronicle attributed to John of Wallingford (449–1035, wr. a1258), (Camd. Misc. XXI), Camd. 3rd ser. XC (1958)
Chronicle (1381–94, wr. late 14c.) [by a monk of Westminster, formerly attrib. J. Malvern], in Higd. IX 1–283 [by p.]; superseded by ed. L. C. Hector & B. F. Harvey, (Med. Texts, 1982) [by p. of MS]
Witham Charterhouse Chronicle, a fragment. De vita et conversatione Magistri Adae Cartusiensis [prob. Ad. Scot] secundum quod habetur in Cronica Domus de Witham (13c.), JRL Bull. XVI (1932) 482–506
Charters and documents illustrating the history of the cathedral, city, and diocese of Salisbury (1109–1300), RS XCVII (1891)
Charters of St. Augustine’s Abbey Canterbury and Minster-in-Thanet, ed. S. E. Kelly, ASC IV (1995) 1–136 [by no.]; v. et. Ch. Minster-in-Thanet
Charters of Selsey, ed. S. E. Kelly, ASC VI (1998) [by no.]
Charters of Shaftesbury Abbey, ed. S. E. Kelly, ASC V (1996) [by no.]
Charters of Sherborne, ed. M. A. O’Donovan, ASC III (1988) [by no.]
Charters and documents relating to the Royal Burgh of Stirling (1124–1705), ed. R. Renwick, (Glasgow, 1884)
Five Strata Marcella Charters (1191–1226), National Library of Wales Journal V (1947) 50–4
Charters of Bath & Wells, ed. S. E. Kelly, ASC XIII (2007) 157–251 [by no.]
Westminster Abbey Charters 1066–c1214, London Rec. Soc. XXV (1988) [by no.]
Charters of the New Minster, Winchester, ed. S. Miller, ASC IX (2001) [by no.]
Cahiers de l’Institut du moyen âge grec et latin, I– (Copenhagen, 1969–)
Ciren. Richard of Cirencester [ob. 1401]
Speculum historiale (447–1066), 2 vols., RS XXX (1863–9)
Corpus Juris Canonici, ed. E. Friedberg, 2 vols. (Leipzig, 1879), containing:
I 1–356, v. Decr. Grat. A
I 357–1292, v. Decr. Grat. B
I 1293–424, v. Decr. Grat. C
II 1–928, v. Decr. Greg.
II 933–1124, v. Decr. Greg. B
II 1129–1200, v. Const. Clem.
II 1205–36, v. ExtraJ
II 1237–1312, v. ExtraC
Rotuli litterarum clausarum, or Close Rolls:
(1204–27), 2 vols. [I: 1204–24; II: 1224–7] (RC, 1833, 1844) [by date, p., & col.]
(1227–72), 14 vols. (HMSO, 1902–38) [by p.]
(1272–), MS PRO C 54 [by roll & m.]; v. et. CalCl
Close Roll fragments 1215–16, Pipe R. Soc. ns XXXI (1955) 127–44
Close Rolls supplementary (1244–66), (HMSO, 1975); later rolls MS PRO C 55
 Various councils and synods held at Clovesho [unidentified] (716–825), in Conc. HS III; and in CS
Coggesh. Ralph de Coggeshall, abbot of Barnwell [fl. 1207–24]
Chronicon Anglicanum (1066–1224), RS LXVI (1875) 1–208 [by f.; also cited as Coggesh. alone], containing:
263–73, v. Agnellus Hen.
419–49, v. Gerv. Tilb.
Visio Thurkilli, ed. P. G. Schmidt, (Leipzig, 1978)
Colet John Colet, Dean of St. Paul’s [ob. 1519]
The Celestial Hierarchy (1498), ed. J. H. Lupton, Two treatises on the hierarchies of Dionysius (1869) 163–96
De compositione sancti corporis Christi mystici, ed. J. H. Lupton, Letters to Radulphus (1876) 183–95
The Ecclesiastical Hierarchy, ib., 197–272
 Epistolae, ed. J. H. Lupton, Letters to Radulphus (1876) 165–82; v. et. Ep. Erasm.
Enarratio in primam epistolam S. Pauli ad Corinthios (?c1499), ed. J. H. Lupton, (1874)
Enarratio in primam B. Petri epistolam [attrib.], ed. J. H. Lupton, Letters to Radulphus (1876) 283–303
Enarratio in epistolam B. Pauli ad Romanos (?c1498–9), ed. J. H. Lupton, (1873)
Epistolae B. Pauli ad Romanos expositio, ed. J. H. Lupton, Letters to Radulphus (1876) 197–281
De sacramentis ecclesiae (1499), ed. J. H. Lupton, (1867)
 Statutes, in Reg. S. Paul. 217–36, 237–49
Excerpta ex libro statutorum ea quae concernunt capellanos [ad cantarias suas admittendos] (1506), ed. W. S. Simpson, Arch. LII (1890) 161–7
Collectiones aenigmatum Merovingicae aetatis, 2 vols., CCSL CXXXIII (1968), containing:
I 165–208, v. Tatwine Aen.
I 209–71, v. Hwætberht Aen.
I 273–343, v. Bonif. Aen.
I 345–58, v. Aen. Laur.
Collectanea Franciscana:
I, ed. A. E. Little, M. R. James & H. M. Bannister, (Aberdeen, 1914)
II, ed. C. L. Kingsford et al., (Manchester, 1922)
Collectanea, 4 vols., OHS V, XVI, XXXII, XLVII (1885–1905), containing:
II 161–2, v. Cricklade Conn.
II 180–2, v. Senatus Ep. Ox.
III 27–33, v. Wessington Resp.
III 195–209, v. Tryvytlam Laus Ox.
Collectio Salernitana, 5 vols. (Naples, 1852–9); v. et. Alph.
Collections for a history of Staffordshire, William Salt Archaeological Society, I– (1880–) [since 1936 known as Staffs Rec. Soc.]
Collect. Stories v. E. Thrip.
Sussex archaeological collections, Archaeological Society of Sussex, I– (1853–)
 William of Worcester’s collections respecting the wars of the English in France and Normandy (1427–50), (Letters and papers illustrative of the wars of the English in France), RS XXII (1864) II 519–742
Biblical Commentaries from the Canterbury School of Theodore and Hadrian (p670), ed. B. Bischoff & M. Lapidge, (Cambridge, 1994) [by no.]:
Commentarius Primus in Pentateuchum, ib., 298–384
Commentarius Augmentatus in Genesim, Exodum, et Evangelia, ib., 386–94
Commentarius in Evangelia Secundus, ib., 396–422
v. J. Lond.
  J. H. Round, The Commune of London and other studies (1899)
Commentary on the Sphere of Sacrobosco [attrib. M. Scot], ed. L. Thorndike, The Sphere of Sacrobosco (Chicago, 1949) 247–342
Compota domestica familiarum de Bukingham et d’Angoulême, 1443, 1452, 1463 annexae expensae cujusdam comitis 1273, Abbotsford Club (1836)
Compilatio de gestis Britonum et Anglorum, (concluding portion (1422–71)) Camd. Soc. ns XXVIII (1880) 164–85
Compotus rolls of the obedientiaries of St. Swithun’s Priory, Winchester (14c.–16c.), Hants Rec. Soc. (1892), containing:
174–96, v. Ælf. Regul. Mon.
Compte de William Gunthorp Trésorier de Calais, 1371–1372, ed. E. Perro, Mémoires de la Commission Départementale des Monuments Historiques du Pas-de-Calais X i (Arras, 1959)
I Early compotus rolls of the Priory of Worcester (1278–1352), Worcs Hist. Soc. (1908)
II Compotus rolls of the Priory of Worcester (14c. and 15c.), ib., (1910)
Concilia Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae (446–1717), ed. D. Wilkins, 4 vols. (1737); superseded by (in part) Conc. HS; Conc. Syn.
Councils and ecclesiastical documents relating to Great Britain and Ireland (200–1295), ed. A. W. Haddan & W. Stubbs, 3 vols. (Oxford, 1869–78) [references are to vol. III unless otherwise specified], containing:
III 171–2, v. Theod. Ep.
III 173–213, v. Theod. Pen.
III 403–13, v. Egb. Dial.
III 416–31, v. Egb. Pen.
  V. et. Clovesho
Twelve Conclusions of the Lollards (1396), EHR XXII (1907) 292–304 [by no.]; other versions in R. Dymmok pp. 30, 53, 71 etc.; and Ziz. 360–69
Thirty-seven Conclusions of the Lollards (c1383), EHR XXVI (1911) 741–9 [by no.]
Concilia Scotiae, Ecclesiae Scoticae statuta (1225–1559), 2 vols., ed. J. Robertson, Bannatyne Club (1866)
Councils and Synods (871–1313), 2 vols. in 4 [by date & p.]:
(871–1204), ed. D. Whitelock, M. Brett & C. N. L. Brooke, I 2 vols. [–562, –1151] (Oxford, 1981), containing:
65–7, v. O. Cant. Ep.
69–74, v. O. Cant. Const.
(1205–1313), ed. F. M. Powicke & C. R. Cheney, II 2 vols. [–723, –1393] (Oxford, 1964), containing:
265–78, v. Gros. Const.
 Confirmation Rolls (1483–1626), MS PRO C 56
The Constitutions of Clarendon (1164), in Gerv. Cant. I 18–80 [by cap.]; also in SelCh 163–7
Clementis Papae V Constitutiones (c1313), in CJC II 1129–1200 [by bk., tit., & cap.]
v. RegulC
Consuetudinarius (early 13c.), ed. W. H. Frere, The Use of Sarum 2 vols. (Cambridge, 1898–1901) I 1–256 (left hand column); v. et. Cust. Sal.
Tractatus B. Gregorii Pape contra religionis simulatores (12c. or 13c.), ed. M. L. Colker, Analecta Dublinensia LXXXII (Med. Acad. of America, Cambridge, Mass., 1975) 195–235
Conway Roger Conway (alias Chonnoe) [ob. 1360]
Defensio religionis mendicantium (c1357), in Monarchia II 1410–1344 (recte 1310–1328, 1333–1344) [by p. as printed & recte]
Conyngton Richard Conyngton, O. F. M. [ob. 1330]
Tractatus de paupertate fratrum minorum, AFH XXIII (1930) 70–105, 340–60
Quaestiones ordinariae, (extr.) ib., XXIX (1937) 430–38
Quodlibeta, (I q. i) Franciscan Studies XXVI (1966) 53–9
Responsiones ad rationes papales, AFH XXIV (1931) 355–69
Copiale Prioratus Sanctiandree, the letter-book of James Haldenstone, Prior 1418–43, w. app. of docs. 1378–1450, ed. J. H. Baxter, (St. Andrews, 1930)
Coram Rege Rolls (1272–1702), MS PRO KB 27:
roll 151 (Trinity 1297), British Record Society Index Library XIX (1898)
Corpus Glossariorum Latinorum:
I–V, ed. G. Goetz, (Leipzig, 1923, 1888–94)
VI and VII Thesaurus glossarum emendatarum, ed. G. Goetz, (Leipzig, 1899–1901)
Corpus Scriptorum de Musica, I– (Rome, 1950–)
Correctorium alchemiae (?c1200) [attrib. Ric. Med.], in Theatrum Chem. II 385–406 [by cap.]
Coucher Book of Furness Abbey [Lancs], 2 vols. in 6, Chetham Soc. ns IX, XI, XIV, LXXIV, LXXVI, LXXVIII [I, –260, –536, –706; II, –288, –583, –880] (1886–1919), containing:
I 21–3, v. R. Esk
Coucher Book of the Cistercian Abbey of Kirkstall [Yorks] (late 12c.–14c.), Thoresby Soc. VIII (1904) [by no.]
Coucher Book of Selby (late 12c.–13C.), 2 vols., Arch. Soc. Yorks rec. ser. X, XIII (1891–3)
  R. R. Reid, The King’s Council in the North (1921)
Courtauld Institute v. Warburg Institute
 Court Rolls, various (13c.–), MS PRO SC 2
Court Rolls of the Wiltshire Manors of Adam de Stratton [fl. 1265–90], Wilts Rec. Soc. XXIV (1970); v. et. Ac. Stratton
 Court Rolls of the manor of Banstead, MS Surrey RO; v. et. Banstead
Court Rolls of the manor of Carshalton (Ed. III–Hen. VII), Surrey Rec. Soc. VIII (1916)
Court Rolls of the manor of Castle Combe [Wilts] (1460–1700), (extr.) in Hist. Castle Combe 233–337
Court Roll of Chalgrave Manor (1278–1313), Beds Hist. Rec. Soc. XXVIII (1950)
CourtR Chester v. Cal. CourtR Chester
Court Rolls of the manor of Hales (1270–1307), 3 pts. in 2 vols., Worcs Hist. Soc. (1910–33)
Court Rolls of the manor of Ingoldmells [Lincs] (1291–1569), ed. W. O. Massingberd, (1902)
Some Court Rolls of the manors of Thomas, Earl of Lancaster (1323–4), Lancs & Chesh Rec. Soc. XLI (1901)
 Court Rolls of the manor of Lygh [Abbotsleigh, Som] (1461–1507), MS Bristol University
 Court Roll of the manor of Nursling [Hants] (1413), MS mun. Herriard Park [Hants]
 Court Rolls of Ottery St. Mary [Devon] (15c.), MS Exeter City Library
 Court Rolls of the Abbey of Ramsey [Hunts] and of the Honor of Clare [Suff] (1255–1384), ed. W. O. Ault, (New Haven, Conn., 1928)
 Court Rolls of the Lordship of Ruthin [Denb] (1294–6), Cymmrodorion rec. ser. II (1893)
 Court Roll of the manor of Tempsford [Beds] (1604), MS Bedford RO D.D. BS 1276
 Court Rolls of Tooting Beck manor (1246–1422), ed. G. L. Gomme, (London County Council, 1909)
Court Rolls of the manor of Wakefield (1274–1331), 5 vols., Arch. Soc. Yorks rec. ser. XXIX, XXXVI, LVII, LXXVIII, CIX (1901–45)
Extracts from the Court Rolls of the Manor of Wimbledon [1461–1864], for use of Wimbledon Common Committee, ed. P. H. Lawrence, 3 vols. (1866–9) [by date, vol. & p.]
 Winchester Court Rolls (1269–19c.), MS Winchester City Archives
Cowton Robert Cowton, O. F. M. [fl. 1304–11]
Commentarius in Sententias [by bk., dist., q. & p.]:
prologi, qq. 2, 5, 6, 7, BGPM XLII iii (1970) 257–321
q. 4, Franciscan Studies XXXI (1971) 8–40
I dd. 38, 39, ed. H. Schwamm, Robert Cowton O. F. M. (Innsbruck, 1931) 5–23
III q. I, ed. V. Nadalin, Roberti de Cowton Quaestio Disputata (Rome, 1961) 31–8
III d. 3, ed. B. Hechich, Bibliotheca Immaculatae Conceptionis VII (Rome, 1958) 72–116
III d. 23, BGPM XLII iii (1970) 322–30
III d. 33, Studia Anselmiana III–IV (1935) 70–112
III d. 36, RTAM XXII (1955) 273–86
Crathorn Magister Crathorn (alias William Crowthorn), O.P. [fl. 14c.]
Questio de continuo, (extr.) in Ad. Wodeham Indivis. 309–17
Quaestio de universalibus, (extr.) Opusc. & Text. XVIII (1937) 9–44
  N. S. B. Gras & E. C. Gras, The economic and social history of an English village (Crawley, Hampshire) 909–1928 (Cambridge, Mass., 1930); v. et. Pipe Wint.
Cricklade Robert of Cricklade, Prior of St. Frideswide’s [fl. 1157–88]
De connubio patriarchae Jacob, MS Bodley Laud misc. 725; also (extr.) RHS Trans. 4th ser. XIX (1936) 31–2; in Collect. Ox. II 161–2
 Letter to Benedict of Peterborough, in Ben. Pet. Mir. Thom. II 52
Defloratio Naturalis Historiae Plinii, ed. K. Rück, Sitzungsberichte der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Phil.–hist. Kl. (1902) 265–85 [only prefaces cited]
Speculum Fidei, MS Corpus Christi Coll. Camb. 380; also (extr.) RHS Trans. 4th ser. XIX (1936) 37–8 [by bk. & cap.]
Crompe Henry Crompe (alias Crump or Crumpe) [fl. 1380] v. Ziz.
Historia monasterii Croyland [Crowland, Lincs] (616–1089) [Pseudo-Ingulf [fl. 14c.]], ed. J. Fell & W. Fulman, Rerum Anglicarum Scriptorum Veterum (Oxford, 1684) I 1–107:
Continuatio (temp. Will. II–1117) [wrongly attrib. P. Blois], ib., 108–32
  (1149–1470), ib., 451–546
  (1459–86), ib., 549–78
  (Oct. 1485–Apr. 1486), ib., 581–93
Cartularium Saxonicum (604–975), ed. W. de G. Birch, 3 vols. [(nos.) –428, –860, –1354] (1885–99) [by no.]; checked in light of P. H. Sawyer, Anglo-Saxon Charters (1968), containing:
68, v. Theod. Ep.
880, v. Dunst.
Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum, (Wien. Akad., 1866–)
Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, transactions, I– (Kendal, 1886–)
Curia Regis Rolls:
(1194–1272), I– (HMSO, 1922–) [I–X by p.; XI– by no.]
(later rolls), MS PRO KB 26 [by r.]
  (1194–5) Pipe R. Soc. XIV (1891); (1196–8) Pipe R. Soc. ns XXXI (1955) 69-118
  (1194–1200), 2 vols. (RC, 1835)
De consuetudinibus Abbendoniae (c1190), in Chr. Abingd. II app. III 296–334
Custumals of Battle Abbey [Suss] 1283–1312, Camd. Soc. ns XLI (1887)
Customary of the Benedictine Monasteries of St. Augustine, Canterbury, and St. Peter, Westminster, 2 vols., HBS XXIII, XXVIII (1902–4), containing:
I 1–433, v. Cust. Cant.
II 1–247, v. Cust. Westm.
II 249–318, v. Cust. Cant. Abbr.
Custumal of Bleadon [Som] (13c.), ed. E. Smirke, Archaeological Institute of Great Britain & Ireland, Memoirs of Wiltshire and Salisbury (1851) 182–210
Cust. Bury St. E. v. Kal. Samson
Customary of St. Augustine’s, Canterbury (c1330–40), in Cust. Bened. I 1–433:
Earlier customary (?c1245), ib., II 249–318
 Old customs of Eton College (prob. temp. Mary), in Stat. King’s Cantab. 626–33
Customary of the abbey of Eynsham [Oxon], ed. A. Gransden, Corpus consuetudinum monasticarum II (Siegburg, 1963) [by marginal no.]
Custumale villae de Fordewico [Fordwich, Kent] (15c.), ed. C. E. Woodruff, History of the town and port of Fordwich (Canterbury, 1895) 233–81 [by cap.]
Rentalia et Custumalia abbatum monasterii B. Mariae Glastoniae (1235–61), Som Rec. Soc. V (1891)
 Custumal of Heacham [Norf] (13c.), MS Norfolk RO L’Estrange papers Q. 33
 Custumal of the Archbishop’s manors in Kent (1285), MS DCCant. E. 24. 1–91
Cust. Malling v. Cust. Suss
Statuta et consuetudines Normannie (a1200), ed. E.-J. Tardif, (Rouen, 1881) [by cap. & sect.]
Customary of the cathedral priory church of Norwich (c1280–), HBS LXXXII (London, 1948)
  N. Neilson, Customary Rents [12c.–15c.] (Oxford, 1910)
Custumale Roffense (compiled ?a1320 by John de Westerham), ed. J. Thorpe, (1788)
Custumarium (?13c.), ed. W. H. Frere, The Use of Sarum 2 vols. (Cambridge, 1898–1901) I 1–251 (right hand column); v. et. Consuet. Sal.
Custumal of St. Mary’s Abbey [York], with extracts from the Ordinal (c1300), Surtees Soc. CXLVIII (1934) 80–109, 109–23; v. et. Chr. St. Mary’s
Sussex Custumals (13c.–14c.), (transl. only) 3 vols., Sussex Rec. Soc. XXXI, LVII, LX (1925, 1959, 1962) [by date, place, vol. & p.]; (quots.) MS , containing:
II 1–10, Custumal of Slyndon (1285)
II 11–16, Custumal of Tangmere (1285)
II 16–21, Custumal of Loventon (1285)
II 21–30, Custumal of Terring (1285)
II 30–47, Custumal of S. Malling (1285)
II 111–20, Custumal of Malling (1285)
Consuetudinary of the house of St. Swithin in Winchester (14c.), ed. G. W. Kitchen, Winchester Cathedral Records I (1886)
Cust. Tangmere v. Cust. Suss
Medieval Customs of the manors of Taunton and Bradford on Tone (13c.), Som Rec. Soc. LXVI (1962)
 Custumal of Waltham Abbey [Essex] (c1230), MS BL Cotton Tiberius C ix [by f.]
Customary of St. Peter’s, Westminster (c1266), in Cust. Bened. II 1–247
Cutcl. John de Rupescissa (alias Cutliffe or Rochetaillade) [fl. 1350]
De confectione veri lapidis philosophorum, in Theatrum Chem. III 189–97; also in Bibl. Chem. II 80–3
Liber lucis, in Theatrum Chem. III 284–98 [by cap.]; also in Bibl. Chem. II 84–7
Prophetia, in Fasc. Rerum Expet. II 494–6
De consideratione quintae essentiae omnium rerum, (Basel, 1561)
Vade mecum in tribulatione, in Fasc. Rerum Expet. II 496–508
Cuthb. Cuthbert, Abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow [ob. p764]
Epistolae v. Ep. Bonif.
De obitu Baedae, ed. C. Plummer, Baedae Opera Historica I clx–clxiv; also (vv. ll.) ed. E. V. K. Dobbie, The manuscripts of Cædmon’s Hymn and Bede’s Death Song (New York, 1937); Medium Ævum VIII (1939) 41–4; ed. B. Colgrave & R. A. B. Mynors, (Med. Texts, Oxford, 1969) 580–6
Libellus de ortu S. Cuthberti de historiis Hiberniensium exceptus (c1186) [attrib. R. Cold.], Surtees Soc. VIII (1838) 63–87 [by cap.]
Manorial records of Cuxham [Oxon] (c1200–1448), Oxon Rec. Soc. L (1976) [= HMC JP XXIII]:
bailiff’s account (1316–17), in Hist. Agric. II 617–30
Y Cymmrodor, Cymmrodorion Soc. of London, publications, I– (1877–)
 Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion:
 record ser., I–XIII (1892–1936)
Cîteaux: Commentarii Cistercienses, I– (Westmalle, 1950–)
Documents illustrative of the social and economic history of the Danelaw, ed. F. M. Stenton, Rec. Soc. & Econ. V (1920)
Dan. Wint. Daniel, Bishop of Winchester [ob. 745] v. Ep. Bonif.
Dastin John Dastin [fl. 1320]
Rosarium, secretissimum philosophorum arcanum comprehendens, in Bibl. Chem. II 309–24 [by cap.]
Visio super artem alchemicam, ib., 324–6
  T. P. Highet, The early history of the Davenports of Davenport, (Chetham Soc. 3rd ser. IX) (1960)
Domesday Book (1086), ed. A. Farley, 2 vols. (1783) [by f.]:
Additamenta, 2 vols. (1816), containing:
I 1–493, v. Dom. Exon.
I 495–528, v. Inq. Ely
I 529–62, v. Lib. Wint.
D. Bec. Daniel of Beccles [fl. ?1180]
Urbanus magnus, ed. J. G. Smyly, (Dublin, 1939)
DB Exon. v. Dom. Exon.
 Muniments of Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, (some listed in) HMC Rep. IX App. I (1883) 72–129; also HMC Var. Coll. I (1901) 205–81; v. et. Ac. Man. Cant., Doc. G. Chart
 Muniments of Dean and Chapter of Chichester, (some listed in) HMC Var. Coll. I (1901) 187–204
 Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of Durham, incl. miscellaneous charters, MS Durham
 Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of York, incl. Registrum antiquum de actis capitularibus (1335–42), MS York Reg. K
Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, incl. testimony (1252), Arch. Soc. Derb V (1883) 150–6
 Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln, MS Lincoln; v. et. Chap. Linc.
  MS Duchy of Cornwall R.O., London
 Muniments of Dean and Chapter of Salisbury, (some listed in) HMC Var. Coll. I (1901) 338–88
 Muniments of Dean and Chapter of St. Paul’s, (some listed in) HMC Rep. IX App. I (1883) 1–72
 Muniments of Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey, MS
 Muniments of Dean and Chapter of Winchester, MS
Decretum Gratiani (c1140):
 Pars Prima, in CJC I 1–356 [by dist. & cap.]
 Pars Secunda, ib., I 357–1292 [by case, q. & cap.]
 Pars Tertia, ib., I 1293–424 [by dist. & cap.]
Decretalium D. Gregorii Papae IX Compilatio (1234), in CJC II 1–928 [by bk., tit., & cap.]:
Liber Sextus decretalium D. Bonifacii Papae VIII (c1298), ib., II 933–1124 [by bk., tit., & cap.]
D. Edw. David Edwardes [ob. c1542]
In anatomicen introductio, (1532) [by signature]
Dee John Dee [ob. 1608]
Monas Hieroglyphica (1564), in Theatrum Chem. II 178–215
The Oxford Deeds of Balliol College (13c.–), OHS LXIV (1913)
 Irish Monastic and Episcopal Deeds, ed. N. B. White, IMC Ormond Deeds Series (Dublin, 1936)
Early Deeds relating to Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Surtees Soc. CXXXVII (1924)
 Deeds and Evidences, Court of Wards (12c.–), MS PRO Wards 2
Carmen de libero arbitrio (c975), ed. M. Lapidge, ASE I (1972) 126–36 [by line]
De deorum imaginibus (14c.), ed. T. Muncker, Mythographi Latini 2 vols. (Amsterdam, 1681) II 301–30 [by cap.]
Une description de Constantinople (c1100), ed. K. Ciggaar, ‘Une description de Constantinople traduite par un pélerin anglais’, Revue des études byzantines XXXIV (1976) 245–63
Devizes Richard of Devizes [fl. 1190]
Chronicon de tempore regis Richardi I, ed. J. T. Appleby, (Med. Texts, 1963) [by f.] [some rearrangement of ff. in this ed.]; also in Chr. Steph. III 381–454
De necessariis observantiis scaccarii dialogus (c1178) [attrib. Richard Fitzneal [ob. 1198]], ed. C. Johnson, (Med. Texts, 1950) [by bk. & cap., serial letters given in ed. A. Hughes et al. (Oxford, 1902)], containing:
129–35, v. Domus Reg.
Diceto Ralph de Diceto, Dean of St. Paul’s [ob. 1202]2 vols., RS LXVIII (1876):
Abbreviatio de gestis Normannorum [mainly abbr. from W. Jum.], RS II 241–67
Abbreviationes chronicorum (Creation–1147), ib., I 3–263
ib., II 175–241, 267–85
Ymagines historiarum (1148–1202), ib., I 267–440, II 3–174 [by p. alone]
Treatise on Dictamen, a medieval treatise on letter-writing, with examples, from the Rylands Latin MS [attrib. Simon O., Filius Columbae [fl. 1400]], (extr.) JRL Bull. XIII (1929) 333–82; v. et. Ars notaria
Dieta, verses on Diet (15c.), ed. F. J. Furnivall, (The Babees Book etc.), EETS XXXII (1868) ii 56
Dietarium, verses on Diet (c1460), ed. F. J. Furnivall, (The Babees Book etc.), EETS XXXII (1868) i 55–9
Chronicle of Dieulacres Abbey [Staffs] (1381–1403, wr. a1413), JRL Bull. XIV (1930) 164–81 [by f.]
The Digby Plays (1480–90), EETS extra ser. LXX (1869); superseded by EETS CCLXXXIII (1982)
Dignitas decani ecclesiae cathedralis S. Patricii (c1190–16c.), ed. N. B. White, IMC (1957) [by no.]
Reports from the Lords Committees touching the dignity of a Peer of the Realm 3rd ed. 5 vols. (1829) [vols. III–V contain app. of docs.]
Diplomatic correspondence of Richard II, Camd. 3rd ser. XLVIII (1933)
Diplomatic documents preserved in the Public Record Office (1101–), I– (HMSO, 1964–)
 Diplomatic Documents, Chancery Miscellanea bundles 27–32 (Hen. III–Hen. VII), MS PRO C 47/27–32; v. et. Chanc. Misc.
 Diplomatic Documents of the Exchequer (Hen. I–), MS PRO E 30
Distigium [attrib. Cornutus Antiquus [1200–20]], (text & comm.) in Teaching Latin I 328-48 [by no. & p.]
Distinctiones monasticae et morales (c1220), MS Paris, Bibliothèque Mazarine 3475; also (extr.) ed. A. Wilmart, Memorial Lagrange (Paris, 1940) 307–46 [by no.]; ed. J. B. Pitra, Spicilegium Solesmense II–III (Paris, 1855) [by vol. & p.; List of sections, III 452–3]
 Ditchley Papers, MS County Hall, Oxford
 Records of the Duchy of Lancaster, MS PRO:
 Accounts various (Ed. I–), DL 28
 Cartae Miscellaneae (Hen. I–), DL 36
 Chancery Rolls (Ed. III–Hen. VII), DL 37
 Coucher Book, DL 42/1 & 42/2; also (extr.) N. Riding Rec. Soc. ns II–VI (1895–7)
 Court Rolls (Ed. I–), DL 30
 Deeds Series L (12c.–), DL 25
 Deeds Series LL (12c.–), DL 26
 Deeds Series LS (12c.–), DL 27
 Forest Proceedings (Hen. III–), DL 39
 Ministers’ Accounts (Ed. I–), DL 29
 Miscellaneous Books (John–), DL 42
 Rentals and Surveys (Hen. III–), DL 43
D. Lond. Master David of London, canon of St. Paul’s [fl. 1167–79]
 Epistolae, ed. F. Liverani, Spicilegium Liberianum I (Florence, 1863) 603–28 [by no.]
D. Morley Daniel of Morley (alias Merlai) [fl. 1170–1200]
De naturis inferiorum et superiorum libri II, ed. K. Sudhoff, Archiv. für die Gesch. der Naturwissenschaften und Technik VIII (1917) 6–40; also (vv. ll.) ib., IX 50–1; superseded by MLJ XIV (1979) 204–55 [by sect.]
Select Documents of the English lands of the Abbey of Bec [Norm.], Camd. 3rd ser. LXXIII (1951)
Beverley Town Documents, Selden Soc. XIV (1900)
Feudal Documents of the Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds (11c.–12c.), ed. D. C. Douglas, Rec. Soc. & Econ. VIII (1932) [by no.]:
Twelfth-century documents from Bury St. Edmunds Abbey, EHR XCII (1977) 806–19
Documents relating to the University and Colleges of Cambridge, 3 vols. (1852)
 Winchester College muniments v. Ac. Dom. Ep. Wint., Ac. Man. Coll. Wint
Oxford City Documents (1268–1665), OHS XVIII (1891)
Documents illustrating the Crisis of 1297–8 in England, Camd. 4th ser. XXIV (1980) [by no.]
Documents illustrating the activities of the English Black Monks, 1215–1540, 3 vols., Camd. 3rd ser. XLV, XLVII, LIV (1931–7)
The De Moneta of Nicholas Oresme and English Mint Documents, ed. C. Johnson, (Med. Texts, 1956) 50–106
Documents illustrative of English history in the 13th and 14th centuries, selected from the records of the Queen’s Remembrancer of the Exchequer, ed. H. Cole, (RC, 1844), containing:
55–82, 129–38, 1–54, v. RParl Exch
231–69, v. Misae
270–6, v. Praest.
Franciscan papers, lists and Documents, ed. A. G. Little, (Manchester, 1943), containing:
98–121, v. Docking
247–56, v. Melton
Materials for the history of the Franciscan province of Ireland, ed. E. B. Fitzmaurice & A. G. Little, (Manchester, 1920)
 Documents concerning land transfers (1570–1630), (copies) MS DCCant. Parish Reg. I [Great Chart, Kent]
 Robert Grosseteste at the papal curia, Lyons 1250: edition of the documents, Collectanea Franciscana XLI (1971) 350–93
 Interdict Documents (1207–13), ed. P. M. Barnes & W. R. Powell, Pipe R. Soc. ns XXXIV (1960)
Historic and municipal Documents of Ireland 1172–1320, RS LIII (1870), containing:
230–9, v. Chain Bk. Dublin
312–58, v. Mem. Ir.
Docking Thomas Docking [ob. p1269]
extr. from biblical commentaries, in Doc. Francisc. 98–121
 Documents relating to the abbey of Kingswood [Wilts] (1240–1442), HMC Rep. V App. (1876) 335–8
Documents relating to the manor and borough of Leeds, 1066–1400, Thoresby Soc. XLV (1957)
Acts of the Lords of the Isles 1336–1493, SHS 4th ser. XXII (1986) [by no.]
Documents relating to Robertsbridge Abbey, Sussex (1160–1537), (De L’Isle and Dudley MSS I), HMC Rep. LXXVII (1925) I 33–171
Documents illustrative of the history of Scotland (1286–1306), ed. J. Stevenson, 2 vols. (Scot. RO, Edinburgh, 1870)
Documents illustrating the history of St. Paul’s Cathedral (1262–1798), Camd. Soc. ns XXVI (1880)
Documents relating to Theobald Archbishop of Canterbury 1139–61, ed. A. Saltman, Theobald Archbishop of Canterbury (London, 1956) 233–549 [by no. or letter]
Doctus dicetur, verses on table manners (15c.), ed. F. J. Furnivall, (The Babees Book etc.), EETS XXXII (1868) ii 26, 28
  T. Kaeppeli, Le Procès contre Thomas Waleys O. P. Étude et documents (Rome, 1936) 93–247, containing:
157–83, v. T. Waleys I&M
Documents illustrating the rule of Walter de Wenlok, abbot of Westminster, 1283–1307, Camd. 4th ser. II (1965)
Wreyland Documents, ed. C. Torr, (Cambridge, 1910)
Domesday Monachorum of Christ Church, Canterbury (12c.), ed. D. C. Douglas, RHS (1944) 75–110
 Cheshire Domesday roll (temp. Ric. I–1289), (calendar and fragments) ed. G. Ormerod, A memoir on the Cheshire Domesday roll (1851)
Domerh. Adam de Domerham [ob. 1291]
Historia de rebus gestis Glastoniensibus (1126–1291), ed. T. Hearne, (Oxford, 1727) pt. ii; v. et. W. Malm. Glast.
 Exeter Domesday (1086), in DB Add. I 1–493 [by f.]
Dominic Dominic, Prior of Evesham [ob. a1151]
Miracula S. et perpetuae Virginis Mariae (p1120), MS Balliol Coll. Ox. 240 ff. 137–48 [by f.]
Vita S. Ecgwini [?ob. 717] (c1104):
I (a1100), ed. M. Lapidge, Anal. Boll. XCVI (1978) 77–98 [by bk. & cap.]
II (p1104), in Chr. Evesham 39–67 [by bk. & p.]; see also Anal. Boll. XCVI (1978) 104; v. et. T. Marlb.
An eleventh-century inquisition of St. Augustine’s Canterbury (compiled 13c.), ed. A. Ballard, Rec. Soc. & Econ. IV pt. 2 (1920) [by p.]
The Domesday of St. Paul’s (1181, 1222, etc.), Camd. Soc. LXIX (1858)
Constitutio domus Regis (c1136), in Dial. Scac. 129–35; also in BBExch I 341–59
  K. Young, The Drama of the medieval Church 2 vols. (Oxford, 1933, repr. 1967)
Liber S. Mariae de Dryburgh [Berwickshire] (1153–17c.), Bannatyne Club (1847)
 Du Cange, Glossanium mediae et infimae Latinitatis, condito a Carolo Dufresne, domino du Cange rev. ed. 8 vols. (Paris, 1840–50)
Dugdale Society, publications [on the history of Warwickshire], I– (1921–)
Dumbeler John Dumbeler [fl. 14c.]
Practica vera alkimica e libnis magistri Ortholani (1386), in Theatrum Chem. IV 912–34
Dumbleton John Dumbleton, fellow of Merton [ob. c1349]
Summa logicae et naturalis philosophiae, (extr.) in Sci. Mech. 317–25
Duns John Duns Scotus [ob. 1308]
De modis significandi sive grammatica speculativa [attrib. but by Thomas of Erfurt], Opera Omnia (Paris, 1891–5) I 1–50
Quaestiones super libros Metaphysicorum Aristotelis I–XII, ib., VII [by bk., q., & p.]; superseded by Opera Philosophica III–IV (St. Bonaventure, 1997) [by bk., q., and p. of Paris ed.]
Ordinatio, ed. Scotist Commission, Opera Omnia I– (Rome, 1950–)
In librum praedicamentorum quaestiones [or Super praedicamenta] (c1295), Opera Omnia (Paris, 1891–5) I 437–538; superseded by Opera Philosophica I (St. Bonaventure, 1999) 249–566 [by q. and p. of Paris ed.]
De primo principio (1307×1308), ib., IV 722–99; superseded by ed. M. F. Garcia, (Quaracchi, 1910) 625–702; also checked against ed. A. Wolter, (Chicago, 1983)
 Philosophical writings, (extr.) ed. A. Wolter, (Edinburgh, 1962)
Quaestiones in primum et secundum librum Sententiarum (c1302), Opera Omnia (Paris, 1891–5) VIII–XIII [by bk., dist., q., & sect.]; superseded by Duns Ord.
Quaestiones in tertium et quartum librum Sententiarum (c1304), Opera Omnia (Paris, 1891–5) XIV–XXI
In universam logicam quaestiones [or Super universalia Porphyrii quaestiones acutissimae] (c1295), ib., I 51–435; superseded by Opera Philosophica I (St. Bonaventure, 1999) 3–245 [by q. and p. of Paris ed.]
Dunst. Dunstan, Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 988]
charter, in CS 880
St. Dunstan’s classbook from Glastonbury, ed. R. W. Hunt, Umbrae Codicum Occidentalium IV (Amsterdam, 1961)
 Poem, ed. M. Lapidge, ASE IV (1975) 108–9 [by line]
Eadmer Eadmer, monk of Canterbury [ob. c1126]
De beatitudine coelestis patriae, PL CLIX 587–606; superseded by Mem. Anselm 273–91 [by cap.]
Vita S. Bregwini [ob. 765], Acta SS. Boll. Aug. V (1754) 831–5
De conceptione S. Mariae, PL CLIX 301–318; also ed. H. Thurston & T. Slater, (Freiburg, 1904)
Epistola ad Glastonienses, PL CLIX 799–808; also in Mem. Dunst. 412–22
Epistola ad monachos Wigornienses, PL CLIX 807–8
De excellentia virginis Mariae, ib., 557–80
Consideratio de beatissimo Gabriele archangelo, Revue des sciences religieuses XV (1935) 371–9
De ordinatione beati Gregorii Anglorum apostoli, ib., 207–19
Historia novorum in Anglia (960–1122), RS LXXXI (1884) [by p. of MS (in margin)], containing:
cxx–cxxvii, v. Alex. Cant. V. Anselmi
Descriptio miraculorum Anselmi, ed. R. W. Southern, (Med. Texts, 1962) 152–71
Quaedam de miraculis quae idem pater [Dunstanus] fecit, in Mem. Dunst. 223–49 [by cap.]
Miracula S. Oswaldi, in Hist. Church York II 41–59 [by cap.]
Scriptum Eadmeri peccatoris ad commovendam super se misericordiam beati Petri janitoris regni caelestis, Revue des sciences religieuses XV (1935) 192–206
Vita S. Odonis (c1100), Acta SS. Boll. Jul. II (1721) 67–73 [by cap.]; also in Anglia Sacra II 78–87; from Fasc. XV also checked against ed. A. Turner & B. Muir, Lives and Miracles of Saints Oda, Dunstan, and Oswald (OMT, 2006) 4–36
Vita beati Petri primi abbatis [?ob. 607], Revue des sciences religieuses XV (1935) 354–61
De reliquiis S. Audoeni, ib., 362–70; also (extr.) in Gerv. Cant. I 7–9
Sententia de memoria sanctorum quos veneraris, Revue des sciences religieuses XV (1935) 190–91
Vita Anselmi, ed. R. W. Southern, (Med. Texts, 1962) 1–151 [by bk. & cap.]; v. et. Simil. Anselmi
Vita S. Dunstani Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis, in Mem. Dunst. 162–222 [by cap.]
Versus Eadmeri de S. Dunstano, in Mem. Dunst. 424–5
De quattuor virtutibus quae fuerunt in Beata Maria, PL CLIX 579–86
Vita S. Oswaldi Eboracensis archiepiscopi, in Hist. Church York II 1–40 [by cap.]
Vita Wilfridi Episcopi Eboracensis, ib., I 161–226 [by cap.]
Breviloquium vitae S. Wilfridi [attrib.], ib., I 227–37
The Earliest Arithmetics in English, ed. R. Steele, EETS extra ser. CXVIII (1922 for 1916)
Early Scholastic Colloquies, ed. W. H. Stevenson, Anecd. Oxon. XV (1929) [by no. & sect.]; v. et. Ælf. Bata
  R. T. Gunter, Early Science in Oxford, (OHS LXXVII, LXXVIII) (1923), containing:
337–48, v. Wallingf. Rect.
349–70, v. Wallingf. Alb.
II 370–5, v. Turquet
II 375–9 (cf. ib. 38–41), v. Nav. Ven.
Altercatio ecclesiae contra synagogam et synagogae contra ecclesiam (10c.), Revue du moyen âge latin X (1954) 53–123
Eccleston Thomas Eccleston [fl. 1250]
De adventu fratrum minorum in Angliam, ed. A. G. Little, Collection d’études sur l’histoire religieuse du moyen-âge VII (Paris, 1909) [supersedes Mon. Francisc. II 3–28]; also ed. A. G. Little, (Manchester, 1951)
 Early Chancery Proceedings (1377–1558), MS PRO C 1
Facsimiles of Early Cheshire Charters (c1146–c1237), Lancs & Chesh Rec. Soc. (1957) [by no.]
Facsimiles of Early Charters from Northamptonshire collections, Northants Rec. Soc. IV (1930) [by no.]
Facsimiles of Early Charters in Oxford muniment rooms (c1097–1251), ed. H. E. Salter, (1929) [by no.]
Early Scottish Charters prior to 1153, ed. A. C. Lawrie, (Glasgow, 1905) [by no.]
Early Charters of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London (9c.–13c.), Camd. 3rd ser. LVIII (1939) [by p.]
The Early Charters of the Augustintan Canons of Waltham Abbey, Essex, 1062–1230, ed. R. Ransford, (Boydell Press, 1989) [by no.]
Early Charters of Wessex (7c.–11c.), ed. H. P. R. Finberg, (Leicester, 1964)
Early Yorkshire Charters, 13 vols.:
I–III, ed. W. Farrer, (Edinburgh, 1914–16)
IV–XII & Index, ed. C. T. Clay, Arch. Soc. Yorks rec. ser. extra ser. (1935–65) [by vol. & no.]
  N. Neilson, Economic Condition of the manors of Ramsey Abbey [Hunts] (1898), containing:
app., v. MinAc Wistow
Economic History Review, I– (1927–)
Eddi Eddi (alias Stephanus) [ob. 731]
Life of Bishop Wilfrid (a720), ed. B. Colgrave, (Cambridge, 1927) [by cap.]; also ed. W. Levison, MGH Script. rer. Merov. VI (Hanover, 1913) 169–263, containing:
cap. 43, v. Theod. Ep.
Edmund Edmund Rich, Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 1240]
Psalterium beatae Mariae virginis, Anal. Hymn. XXXV (1900) 137–52 [by quinq. & stanza]
 Oratio:
ed. W. Wallace, Life of St. Edmund of Canterbury (1893) 586–8
to St. John, in M. Par. Maj. VI 127–8
Sermo, in M. Par. Edm. 55; also ed. W. Wallace, Life of St. Edmund of Canterbury (1893) 584–6
Speculum religiosorum, ed. H. P. Forshaw, Auct. Brit. III (1973) 30–110 [by sect.]
  A. F. Leach, Educational Charters and documents, 598–1909 (Cambridge, 1911)
Ed. Upton Edward Upton, Principal of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford [fl. 1384–1418]
Terminus est in quem (c1390), ed. L. M. de Rijk, ‘Some 14c. tracts on Probationes Terminorum’, Artistarium III (1982) 189–208
 Text given by agreement of Epinal glossary [c700] and First Erfurt glossary [?8c.], (cf.) Corpus Glossariorum Latinorum V (Leipzig, 1894) 337–401; and W. M. Lindsay, (The Corpus, Epinal, Erfurt and Leyden glossaries), Philol. Soc. VIII (1921); v. et. Erf. 2 & 3
  N. S. B. Gras, The Early English Customs system [13c.–16c.] (Cambridge, Mass., 1918)
  W. A. Morris, The Early English County Court [13c.–14c.] (Berkeley, Calif., 1926)
The Earliest English Law Reports, ed. Paul A. Brand, Selden Soc. CXI, CXII (1996), containing:
I, Common Bench Reports to 1284
II, Common Bench Reports 1285–1289 and Undated Reports 1279–1289
Early English Text Society, publications, I– (1864–)
E. Faversham Eustace of Faversham [ob. p1244]
Life of Edmund Rich, Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 1240], ed. C. H. Lawrence, St. Edmund of Abingdon (Oxford, 1960) 203–21
Egb. Ecgberht, Archb. of York [ob. 766]
Dialogue, in Conc. HS III 403–13
Penitential, ib., III 416–31 [by cap. & sect.]
Pontificale Ecgberhti (8c.–10c.), Surtees Soc. XXVII (1853)
English Historical Review, I– (1886–)
Elmer Cant. Elmer (alias Æthelmer), Prior of Canterbury [ob. 1137]
 Epistolae, ed. R. Anstruther, (Brussels, 1846) 213–33; superseded by ed. J. Leclercq, Studia Anselmiana XXXI (1953) 62–109 [by no. & sect.]
Excitatio mentis in inquisicionem Dei, ib., 110–114 [by sect.]
Querimonia de absentia vultus Dei, PL CLVIII 809–14 [by col.]
Recordationes beneficiorum Dei, ib., 709–22 [by col.]
 Sermo, ed. J. Leclercq, Studia Anselmiana XXXI (1953) 114–17 [by sect.]
Elmh. Thomas Elmham, Treasurer of St. Augustine’s, Canterbury [ob. c1427]
Historia monasterii S. Augustini Cantuariensis (1414), RS VIII (1858)
Henrici V, Angliae Regis, gesta (1413–16) [attrib.], ed. B. Williams, Eng. Hist. Soc. (1850) 1–108; superseded by G. Hen. V:
Continuation (1417–22) [anon.] [abbr. of Ps.-Elmh. Hen. V 90–338], ed. B. Williams, Eng. Hist. Soc. (1850) 109–63
Liber metricus de Henrico V (c1418), in Mem. Hen. V 77–166 [by line]
Elveden Walter de Elveden, fellow of Gonville Hall [fl. 1360]
Calendar (1387), (extr.) in SB 5–7
Encomium Emmae Reginae [ob. 1052] (1040–2), Camd. 3rd ser. LXXII (1949) [by bk. & cap.]
  B. H. Putnam, The Enforcement of the Statute of Labourers 1349–59 (New York, 1908)
Letters from the English Abbots to the Chapter at Cîteaux, 1442–1521, Camd. 4th ser. IV (1967)
  F. Roth, English Austin Friars, 1249–1538 2 vols. (New York, 1966)
The Early English Carols, ed. R. L. Greene, 2nd ed. (Oxford, 1977) [by no.]
  A. H. Thompson, The English Clergy in the later middle ages (Oxford, 1947)
  G. P. Cuttino, English Diplomatic Administration 2nd ed. (Oxford, 1971)
  F. M. Stenton, The first century of English Feudalism 1066–1166 (Oxford, 1932)
  H. L. Gray, English Field Systems, (Harvard Hist. Studies XII) (Cambridge, Mass., 1915)
  B. Smalley, English Friars and antiquity in the early 14th century (Oxford, 1960), containing:
app. I 312–14, v. Ridewall Apoc.
321–37, 358–9, 366–8, v. Holcot Comm.
  E. M. Veale, The English Fur Trade in the later middle ages (1966)
The original ordinances of more than one hundred early English Gilds, EETS XL (1870)
  C. L. Kingsford, English Historical Literature in the 15th century (Oxford, 1913), containing:
275–8, v. Chr. Southern
279–91, v. Chr. Northern
English in Manorial Documents of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, Mod. Philol. XXXIV (1936–7) 37–61
  D. M. Stenton, English Justice 1066–1215 (Philadelphia, 1964)
Four English Political Tracts of the later middle ages, Camd. 4th ser. XVIII (1977)
  J. H. Denton, English Royal Free Chapels [1100–1300] (Manchester, 1970)
Facsimiles of English Royal Writs [1044–1100], presented to V. H. Galbraith, ed. T. A. M. Bishop & P. Chaplais, (1957) [by no.]
  K. Edwards, The English Secular Cathedrals in the middle ages rev. ed. (Manchester, 1967)
Select tracts relating to English Weights and Measures (1100–1742), (Camd. Misc. XV), Camd. 3rd ser. XLI (1929)
 Palatinate of Chester, Enrolments (1307–), MS PRO CHES 2
  William Rastell [ob. 1565], Collection of Entries etc. [by f. of ed. 1670, which contains additions to ed. 1566]
Epistolae academicae Oxonienses (Registrum F) (1421–1509), OHS XXXV, XXXVI (1898) [by p.]
Epistolae ad amicum (c1150), ed. M. L. Colker, Analecta Dublinensia LXXXII (Med. Acad. of America, Cambridge, Mass., 1975) 91–163 [by no.]
v. Ad. Marsh Ep.
v. Alcuin Ep.
v. Aldh. Ep.
Variorum epistolae ad Alexandrum III, PL CC 1359–1466, containing:
1396–8, 1464–6, v. O. Battle Ep.
 , containing:
IV 6–10, 13, 14, v. Osb. Ep.
V 233–5 (Ep. 310), v. Ernulf Ep.
v. Anselm Ep.
A twelfth-century letter from Bury St. Edmunds Abbey, Rev. Ben. LXXXII (1972) 96–7; v. et. Anselm Bury
v. A. Tewk. Ep.
v. B. Ep.
v. Becket Ep.
v. Bonif. Ep.
Epistolae Cantuarienses (1185–1211), in Mem. Ric. I II 1–561 [by no.], containing:
 Letters to Erasmus (1484–1536), ed. P. S. Allen & H. M. Allen, Opus epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterdami 12 vols. (1906–58) [by vol. & no.]
v. G. Foliot Ep.
 Letter in praise of Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow [ob. 1199] [by R. of Melrose], ed. A. P. Forbes, St. Ninian and St. Kentigern (Edinburgh, 1874) 308–12
Epigrams from a codex of Milred Bishop of Worcester (745–775), ed. M. Lapidge, EHR XC (1975) 798–820
Epigrammata miscellanea (12c.), in Sat. Poets II 156–62
Selected Letters of Pope Innocent III concerning England (1198–1216), ed. C. R. Cheney & W. H. Semple, (Med. Texts, 1953) [by no.]
Historiola de primordiis Episcopatus Somersetensis (–1175, wr. temp. Hen. II), Camd. Soc. VIII (1840) 9–28:
 ecclesiastical documents (11c.–16c.), ib., 43–91
v. J. Exon. Ep.
v. J. Sal. Ep.
v. Lanfr. Ep.
v. P. Blois Ep.
v. Peckham Ep.
v. S. Lexington Ep.
 The second and third Erfurt glossaries, W. M. Lindsay, (The Corpus, Epinal, Erfurt and Leiden glossaries), Philol. Soc. VIII (1921); v. et. EE
Eriug. John Scotus (alias Eriugena) [fl. 850]
Periphyseon, de divisione naturae libri V, ed. I. P. Sheldon-Williams et al., Scriptores Latini Hiberniae VII, IX, XI (Dublin, 1968–) [by col. of PL CXXII]
Ernulf Ernulf, Bishop of Rochester [1040–1124]
 Epistolae:
1 De incestis conjugis (1089×1098), ed. L. D’Achéry, Spicilegium sive collectio veterum aliquot scriptorum 2nd ed. 3 vols. (Paris, 1723) III 464–70
2 De corpore et sanguine Domini (c1095), ib., 470–74
3 (a1104), in Ep. Anselmi V 233–5 (Ep. 310)
  V. et. Text. Roff.
 Escheators’ Files (Hen. III–Ric. III), MS PRO E 153
Early Yorkshire Schools, 2 vols., Arch. Soc. Yorks rec. ser. XXVII, XXXIII (1899, 1903)
Estate Book of Henry de Bray (c1289–1340), Camd. 3rd ser. XXVII (1916)
  (c1258–1528), F. M. Page, The Estates of Crowland Abbey (Cambridge, 1934)
E. Thrip. Elias of Thriplow (alias Helias Tripolauensis) [fl. 13c.]
A Collection of Stories and Sketches: Petronius Redivivus, ed. M. L. Colker, Analecta Dublinensia LXXXII (Med. Acad. of America, Cambridge, Mass., 1975) 195–235
Serium Senectutis, ed. R. Hillas, (Binghamton, NY, 1995) [by bk. & sect.]
  (c1260), A. Henry, The Eton Roundels: Eton College MS 177 (Figurae Bibliorum), a colour facsimile with transcription, translation, and commentary (Aldershot, 1990) [by f.]
Eulogium (historiarum sive temporis), chronicon ab orbe condito usque ad 1366, a monacho quodam Malmesburiensi exaratum, 3 vols., RS IX (1858–63):
 Annotations incorporated in parts of text, ib., II & III
Chronicon brevius (–1364), ib., III 243–313
Continuatio eulogii (1349–1490, 1361–1413) [up to 1400 possibly based on Chr. Southern], ib., I 284–95, III 333–421
Excerpta historica (13c.–16c.), ed. S. Bentley, (1831)
Rotuli Scaccarii Regum Scotorum, The Exchequer Rolls of Scotland (1264–1579), 23 vols. (Scot. RO, Edinburgh, 1878–1908) [by date & p.]
Excerpta e rotulis finium (1216–72), 2 vols. (RC, 1835–6); v. et. FineR
Expositio Hymnorum (11c.), ed. H. Gneuss, Hymnar und Hymnen im englischen Mittelalter (Tübingen, 1968) 265–413 [by no. & stanza]
De expugnatione Terrae Sanctae per Saladinum libellus (1186–8), in Coggesh. Chr. 209–62 [by f.]
 Extents of Alien Priories (1293–1483), MS PRO E 106
The Extentes of Guernsey 1248 and 1331, ed. H. de Sausmarez, Soc. guernesiaise (1934)
Extenta manerii de Hadleghe (1305), Suffolk Institute of Archaeology Proc. III (1863) app. A 229–52
Extravagantes communes (1293–1478), in CJC II 1237–1312 [by bk., tit., & cap.]
Contitutiones XX Joannis Pape XXII (1316–24), in CJC II 1205–36 [by tit. & cap.]
Extracta e variis cronicis Scocie, ed. W. B. D. D. Turnbull, Abbotsford Club (1842)
Extract Rolls, or extracta donationum (1229–1352), MS PRO C 59
The roll and writ file of the Berkshire Eyre of 1248, Selden Soc. XC (1973) [by no.]
 Pleas before Justices in Eyre in counties of Chester and Flint (1306–1500), MS PRO CHES 17
Roll of the Huntingdonshire Eyre (1286), ed. A. R. DeWindt & E. B. DeWindt, (Royal Justice and the Medieval English Countryside), Studies & Texts LVII (Toronto, 1981) 123–459:
ib., , containing:
460–8, Ramsey Abbey Banlieu Court Roll (1287)
488–523, Huntingdonshire Assizes (1287–8)
The Eyre of Kent, 1313–14, Selden Soc. XXIV, XXVII, XXIX (1909–13) [= Year Bk. Ed. II, nos. V, VII, VIII]
Rolls of Justices in Eyre for Lincolnshire (1218–19), Selden Soc. LIII (1934) 1–440
The Eyre of London:
(1321), 2 vols., Selden Soc. LXXXV, LXXXVI (1968–9) [= Year Bk. Ed. II, no. XXVI, pts. 1 and 2]
(1244, 1276)
The Eyre of Northamptonshire (1329–30), 2 vols., Selden Soc. XCVII, XCVIII (1983)
Roll of the Shropshire Eyre (1256), Selden Soc. XCVI (1981)
The Surrey Eyre (1235), 2 vols., Surrey Rec. Soc. XXXI, XXXII (1979, 1983)
Rolls of Justices in Eyre for Worcestershire (1221), Selden Soc. LIII (1934) 441–665
Rolls of Justices in Eyre for Yorkshire (1218–19), Selden Soc. LVI (1937)
Accounts of the Fabric of Exeter Cathedral 1279–1353, 2 vols., Devon & Cornw Rec. Soc. ns XXIV, XXVI (1981) [by date & p.], containing:
1279–1326 I
1328–53 II
Fabric Rolls of York Minster (14c.–17c.), Surtees Soc. XXXV (1859) 1–120
app. of docs (12c.–18c.), ib., 121–334
Fasciculus Rerum Expetendarum, ed. E. Brown, 2 vols. (1690), containing:
I 191–265, v. W. Woodford Wycl.
I 280–95, v. W. Waterford Wycl.
II 258–305, v. Gros. Dicta
II 494–6, v. Cutcl. Proph.
II 496–508, v. Cutcl. VM
Fasti ecclesiae Sarisburiensis (634–19c.), ed. W. H. Rich Jones, (1879)
Favent Thomas Favent [fl. 1390]
Historia de modo et forma mirabilis Parliamenti apud Westmonasterium (1386–8), (Camd. Misc. XIV), Camd. 3rd ser. XXXVII (1926)
Liber feodorum, Book of Fees (1198–1293), 3 vols. [–636, –1483, index] (HMSO, 1920–31)
Felix Felix of Crowland [fl. 730]
Life of St. Guthlac [ob. 716] (prob. 730–40), ed. B. Colgrave, (Cambridge, 1956) [by cap.]
Feodarium Prioratus Dunelmensis [15c.], with other documents (11c.–16c.), Surtees Soc. LVIII (1871)
Ferr. Johannes Ferrerius of Riva (Piedmont) [ob. p1574]
Historia Abbatum de Kynlos [Moray] (1150–1537), ed. W. D. Wilson, Bannatyne Club (1839)
  J. H. Round, Feudal England, historical studies on the 11th and 12th centuries (1895)
Feudal Manuals of English History, ed. T. Wright, (London, 1872), containing:
88–124, (14c.)
125–153, (15c.)
Tractatus de figuris sive de notis (c1350), ed. G. Reaney, Corp. Script. Mus. XII (1966) 40–51
The Priory of Finchale [Durh], charters, inventories, account rolls, etc., Surtees Soc. VI (1837)
 Chancery Fine Rolls (1204–1641), MS PRO C 60; v. et. CalFineR, ExcRFin, RFin
 Feet of Fines:
(Hen. II–Hen. VII), MS PRO CP 25/1
(Hen. VIII–), MS PRO CP 25/2
Feet of fines for Northumberland & Durham 1196–1272, Newcastle upon Tyne Rec. Soc. X (1931) [by no.]
The Feet of Fines for Oxfordshire, 1195–1291, ed. H. E. Salter, Oxon Rec. Soc. XII (1930) [by no.]
Feet of Fines (1182–96), Pipe R. Soc. XVII (1894) ?1–4 [by no.]
Feet of Fines for Co. Lincoln (1196–1216), Pipe R. Soc. ns XXIX (1954) [by no.]
Feet of Fines for Norfolk (1198–1202), Pipe R. Soc. ns XXVII (1950)
Feet of Fines for Norfolk [1201–15] and for Suffolk [1199–1214], Pipe R. Soc. ns XXXII (1958) [by no.]
 Feet of Fines (1189–99) [all by no.]:
(1189–96), Pipe R. Soc. XVII (1894) 4–
(1196–7), ib., XX (1896)
(1197–8), ib., XXIII (1898)
(1198–9), ib., XXIV (1900)
Fines siue pedes finium siue finales concordiae in curia Domini Regis (1195–1214), (RC, 1835, 1824), containing:
I, Beds, Berks, Bucks, Cambs, Cornw
II, Cumb, Derbs, Devon, Dorset
Abstract of feet of Fines relating to Sussex [by no. (cont.)]:
(1190–1249), Sussex Rec. Soc. II (1903)
(1249–1307), ib., VII (1908)
Warwickshire Feet of Fines, (abstr.) 3 vols., Dugdale Soc. XI, XV, XVIII (1932–43) [by date & no.], containing:
1195–1284 I
1284–1345 II
1345–1509 III
Pedes finium Ebor. (1199–1214), Surtees Soc. XCIV (1897)
  T. Madox, Firma Burgi (1726)
Fishacre Richard Fishacre [ob. 1248]
Quaestio de ascensione Christi, Med. Stud. XL (1978) 43–55
Commentarium in libros Sententiarum, prologus, ib., XXXIV (1972) 79–98
Sermones [as listed by Schneyer]:
1, AFP LII (1982) 83–7
2, AFP LIV (1984) 122–41
Fitzhedmar Arnold Fitzthedmar, alderman of London [1201–c1274] v. Leg. Ant. Lond.
Fleming Robert Fleming, dean of Lincoln [ob. 1483]
Lucubratiunculae Tiburtinae, ed. V. Pacifici, Un carme biografico di Sisto IV del 1477 (Tivoli, 1923); also (corr. readings) Humanistica Lovaniensia 34A (1985) 76–82
Fleta seu commentarius juris Anglicani (c1290), ed. J. Selden, (1647); superseded by Selden Soc. LXXII, LXXXIX [–173, 174–] (1955, 1972) [in progr.] [by p. of ed. 1647]
Flete John Flete [ob. 1466]
History of Westminster Abbey (to 1386), ed. J. A. Robinson, (Cambridge, 1909), containing:
38–40, v. Gosc. Mellitus
Flores historiarum (Creation–1327) [attrib. ‘Matthew of Westminster’; to 1249 probably by M. Par.], 3 vols., RS XCV (1890)
Fl. Worc. Florence of Worcester [ob. 1118]
Chronicle (450–1117) [attrib. ; actually by J. Worc.], ed. B. Thorpe, 2 vols. (Eng. Hist. Soc., 1848–9) I, II 1–70; from Fasc. VI text checked with ed. R. R. Darlington & P. McGurk, The Chronicle of John of Worcester (Med. Texts, 1995–) [by vol. & p. of ed. Thorpe]:
  (1118–41), ed. B. Thorpe, 2 vols. (Eng. Hist. Soc., 1848–9) II 71–136; superseded by J. Worc.
  (1152–1265), ib., II 136–96; partly superseded by Taxter Chr. Bury; v. et. B. Cotton 136–40
  (1266–95), ib., II 196–279; superseded by Chr. Bury Cont. A
F. Malm. Faricius of Malmesbury [ob. 1117]
Vita Aldhelmi, PL LXXXIX (1863) 63–84
  T. Rymer, Foedera, conventiones, literae et acta publica ab anno 1101 usque ad nostra tempora 20 vols. (1704–35); addit. entries, 1066–1383, from ed. 4 vols. in 7 (RC, 1816–69)
Folc. Folcard [fl. 1066]
Carmen de S. Vigore, ed. L. D’Achéry, Spicilegium sive collectio veterum aliquot scriptorum 2nd ed. 3 vols. (Paris, 1723) II 342
Vita S. Bertini [ob. 698], Acta SS. Boll. Sept. II (1748) 604–13 [by cap.]
Vita S. Botulfi [ob. 680], Acta SS. Boll. Jun. III (1701) 402–3 [by cap.]; also (vv. ll.) in Acta SS. Ben. III 4–7:
 Preface, ed. T. D. Hardy, (Descriptive Catalogue), RS XXVI (1862–71) I 373–4
Vita S. Johannis episcopi Eboracensis [St. John of Beverley, ob. 721] (a1070), in Hist. Church York I 239–60 [by cap.]
Fordun John Fordun [ob. p1363]
Chronica gentis Scotorum (alias Scotichronicon) I–V (Creation–1153), ed. W. F. Skene, Historians of Scotland I (Edinburgh, 1871) 1–253 [by bk. & cap.]
Scotichronicon, cum supplemento et continuatione Walteri Boweri (Creation–1447), ed. W. Goodall, 2 vols. (1759) [VI–XVI (1153–1447) by bk. & cap.]; superseded by Bower, containing:
II 259–67, v. Remonstr. Ir.
Gesta annalia (1153–1385), ed. W. F. Skene, Historians of Scotland I (Edinburgh, 1871) 254–383 [by cap.]
The Sherwood Forest Book [TRBk 76], Thoroton Soc. rec. ser. XXIII (1965)
  T. Madox, Formulare Anglicanum, or a collection of ancient charters and instruments [1066–1547] (1702)
  H. Hall, Formula book of official Historical Documents 2 vols. (Cambridge, 1908–9), containing:
I, Diplomatic docs.
II, Ministerial and judicial records
Legal and Manorial Formularies, edited in memory of J. P. Gilson (Oxford, 1933), containing:
1–24, Text of MS BL Addit. 41201 (c1300)
25–49, Text of MS PRO Wards 2, box 56, 197/5 (c1300)
 Specimen accounts of the Manor of Shorwell, I. of W. (c1258), MS Caius Coll. Camb. 205 pp. 367–91
Formularies which bear on the history of Oxford c1204–1420, 2 vols., OHS ns IV, V [–255, –491] (1942), containing:
1–79, v. R. Bury Ep.
432–4, v. Regina Rhet.
472–91, v. W. Bernham Ep.
The St. Andrews Formulare (1514–46), Stair Soc. VII, IX (1942, 1944)
Fortescue John Fortescue [1397–1479]
Defensio juris domus Lancastriae (a1464), Works I (1869) 503–10 [by cap.]
De laudibus legum Angliae (c1470), ed. S. B. Chrimes, (Cambridge, 1942) [by cap.]
De natura legis naturae (a1464), Works I (1869) 63–184 [by bk. & cap.]
De titulo Edwardi comitis Marchiae (p1460), ib., 63*–74* [by cap.]
Historia miraculosae fundationis monasterii Sanctae Crucis prope Edinburgh (1128), (Bannatyne Misc. II), Bannatyne Club (1836) 9–35 (incl. app.)
The Foundation of Waltham Abbey [Essex], De inventione Sanctae Crucis (1177×1188), ed. W. Stubbs, (1861) [by cap.]; superseded by ed. L. Watkiss & M. Chibnall, The Waltham Chronicle (Med. Texts, 1994) [by cap.]
Fragmenta ritualia de Dunstano (11c.), in Mem. Dunst. 440–57
Franciscan Studies, I– (St Bonaventure, N.Y., 1941–)
Franziskanische Studien, I– (Münster, 1914–)
Free John Free (alias Phreas) [ob. 1465]
Epistolae (c1457), Journal of Comparative Literature I (1903) 47–65
De laude calvitii [transl. of Synesius] (1461), Erasmi Moriae Encomium (Basel, 1519) 40–63
The Free Peasantry of the Northern Danelaw (w. app. of charters 12c.–13c.), F. M. Stenton, Bull. Soc. Royale des Lettres (Lund, 1926) 74–185
Fridug. Fridugisus [fl. 800]
De substantia nihili et tenebrarum, ed. C. Gennaro, (Padua, 1963)
Frith. Frithegod of Canterbury [fl. 950]
Breviloquium vitae beati Wilfridi, ed. A. Campbell, (Zurich, 1950) 1–62 [by line]; for emendations v. ALMA XXV (1955) 71–98, containing:
Cives celestis patrie, ed. P. Kitson, ASE XII (1983) 115–20 [by stanza]
Gad. John of Gaddesden [ob. 1348×1349]
Rosa medicinae or Rosa Anglica (c1313), (Venice, 1502) [by f. & col.]
G. Amiens Guy, Bishop of Amiens [ob. 1075]
Carmen de Hastingae proelio (c1068), ed. C. Morton & H. Muntz, (Med. Texts, 1972) [by line]
 Gaol Delivery Rolls (1271–1476), MS PRO JUST 3
A Cambridgeshire Gaol Delivery Roll 1332–1334, ed. E. G. Kimball, Cambr. Antiq. Rec. Soc. IV (1978)
Gaol Deliveries (1389–98) [MS PRO JUST 1/180], Oxon Rec. Soc. LIII (1983) 90–154; v. et. SessPOxon
 Gaol Files, writs, MS PRO Wales 4; now Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales
Gardiner Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester [ob. 1555]
 Answer to Bucher (1541), ed. P. Janelle, Obedience to Church and State, three political tracts (Cambridge, 1930) 174–211
Confutatio Cavillationum (1552), (Louvain, 1554)
 Address to the Legates (1529), ed. P. Janelle, Obedience to Church and State, three political tracts (Cambridge, 1930) 1–9
v. Reg. Wint.
 Tract on Fisher’s execution (1535), ed. P. Janelle, Obedience to Church and State, three political tracts (Cambridge, 1930) 22–65
De vera obedientia oratio (1535), in Monarchia I 716–32; superseded by ed. P. Janelle, Obedience to Church and State, three political tracts (Cambridge, 1930) 67–171
Garl. John of Garland [ob. p1258]
Accentarium (1246–9), (extr.) in Teaching Latin I 143–45; also (gl.) ib., I 146–50
Fragmentum ex libro de aequivocis [attrib.], PL CL (1854) 1589–90; also (extr.) in Teaching Latin I 138–40; (gl.) ib., I 140–3
Commentarius (1246), in Teaching Latin I 207–26; also (gl.) ib., I 227–31 [by line]
Dictionarius (a1230), ed. T. Wright, Vocabularies . . 10c.–15c. (1857) I 120–38; readings checked against ed. A. Scheler, Jahrb. rom. Lit. VI (1865) 142–62, 287–321, 370–9; also against text in Teaching Latin I 196–203; (gl.) Cultura Neolatina XXXIX (1979) 11–20; and in Teaching Latin II 125–56
Epithalamium (1221), MS BL Cotton Claudius A x [by bk., line, & f.]; some refs. checked against MS Bodley Digby 65; superseded by ed. A. Saiani, Biblioteca di Quadrivium III, V, VIII, X (Bologna, 1965–); and subsequently by ed. A. Saiani, Epithalamium Beate Virginis Marie (Florence, 1995) [by bk. & line]
Georgica spiritualia (c1215), (extr.) Mélanges Paul Fabre (Paris, 1902) 274–8; also Speculum VIII (1933) 358–77
Exempla honestae vitae (1258), ed. E. Habel, Romanische Forschungen XXIX (1911) 131–54 [by line]
Integumenta Ovidii (c1241), ed. F. Ghisalberti, (Milan, 1933) [by line]
Morale scolarium (1241), ed. L. J. Paetow, Two medieval satires on the university of Paris (Berkeley, Calif., 1927) 185–260 [by line]; also (AN gl.) in Teaching Latin I 150–1
De musica mensurabili positio, Introductio musicae, De musica mensurabili, Script. Mus. I (1864) 97–117, 157–75, 175–82; 97–9 and 114–17 superseded by Garl. Mus. Mens. app. P; 100–14 and 175–82 superseded by Garl. Mus. Mens.
De musica mensurabili (c1240) [attrib.], ed. E. Reimer, Beihefte zum Archiv für Musikwissenschaft X–XI (Wiesbaden, 1972) [by cap.]:
Die nichtauthentischen Kapitel in P (I–II, XIV–XVI) [attrib.], ib., 92–7
De mysteriis ecclesiae (1245), ed. F. W. Ott, Codices Bibliothecae Academicae Gissensis (Giessen, 1842) 131–48 [by line]; from Fasc. XIV also checked against ed. E. Könsgen, Iohannes de Garlandia: Carmen de Misteriis Ecclesie (Leiden, 2004):
 additional (alternative) lines to above, ed. F. W. Ott, Codices Bibliothecae Academicae Gissensis (Giessen, 1842) 148–51 [by p.]
 Poems, Anal. Hymn. L (1907) 546–57 [by no. (1–9) & stanza]
Parisiana Poetria (c1235), ed. T. Lawlor, (New Haven, Conn., 1974)
Stella Maris or Miracula B. Mariae Virginis (1248–9), ed. E. F. Wilson, (Cambridge, Mass., 1946) [by line]
Opus synonymorum [attrib.], PL CL (1854) 1578–90; from Fasc. XV also checked against ed. M. Kurz, Die Synonyma des Johannes von Garlandia (Vienna, 1885); (AN gl.) in Teaching Latin I 136–8
De triumphis ecclesiae (1252), ed. T. Wright, Roxb. Club (1856) [by p.]
v. Garl. Unus
Unus Omnium, MS Bodley Rawl. G. 96 pp. 1–90; cf. Revue de linguistique romane XLIII (1979) 164–177; (gl.) in Teaching Latin II 159–73
Gesetze der Angelsachsen, ed. F. Liebermann, 3 vols. (Halle, 1903) I [multicolumned text; by p., title in brackets], containing:
(Cons. Cnuti) Consiliatio Cnuti (1130–5)
(Duellum) Benedictio scuti et baculi ad Duellum (1067–1130)
(Inst. Cnuti) Instituta Cnuti (c1110)
(Jud. Dei) Judicium Dei rituale (c850–c1210)
(Leg. Ed.) Leges Edwardi Confessoris (1130–5)
(Leg. Hen.) Leges Henrici primi (1114–18) [also ed. L. J. Downer, (Oxford, 1972)]
(Leg. Will.) Legum Willelmi articuli Londoniis retractati (c1210)
(Leis Will.) Leis Willelme (OF and Lat.) (c1200)
(Lib. Lond.) Libertas Londoniensis (c1133–c1154)
(Ps.-Cnut) Pseudo-Cnut Constitutiones de foresta (?c1184)
(Quad.) Quadripartitus [c1114], incl. Argumentum and Rectitudines singularum personarum
Gascoigne Thomas Gascoigne [ob. 1458]
Loci e libro veritatum, passages selected from Gascoigne’s Theological Dictionary, illustrating the condition of Church and State, 1403–58, ed. J. E. T. Rogers, (Oxford, 1881)
  W. Somner, A Treatise of Gavelkind (1660)
G. Burton Geoffrey, Abbot of Burton [ob. 1151]
Vita S. Modvennae virginis, MS BL Royal 15 B iv ff. 76–88; superseded by ed. R. Bartlett, (Med. Texts, 2002) [by cap. & p.]
G. Cold. Geoffrey of Coldingham (alias of Durham) [fl. 1214]
Liber Gaufridi sacristae de Coldingham de statu ecclesiae Dunelmensis (1152–1214), in Hist. Durh. Script. 3–31 [by cap.]
Vita S. Godrici [ob. 1170] (a1196), Acta SS. Boll. May V (1685) 70–85 [by cap.]; v. et. R. Cold. Godr.
 V. et. V. Bart. Farn.
G. Cornw. ‘Girardus Cornubiensis’
Historia Guidonis de Warwyke [attrib.] (?14c.), ed. T. Hearne, Chronicon seu annales prioratus de Dunstaple 2 vols. (Oxford, 1733) II 825–30
G. Crispin Gilbert Crispin, Abbot of Westminster [ob. 1117]
Disputatio Christiani cum gentili de fide Christi, Med. & R. Stud. III (1954) 58–77
 Correspondence, ed. J. A. Robinson, Gilbert Crispin (1911) 77–84 [by no.]:
La lettre de Gilbert Crispin sur la vie monastique (c1110), Studia Anselmiana XXXI (1953) 120–3; also Med. & R. Stud. III (1954) 99–104
Vita domini Herluini abbatis Beccensis [ob. 1078], ed. J. A. Robinson, Gilbert Crispin (1911) 85–110
Disputatio Judaei et Christiani, ed. B. Blumenkrantz, (Utrecht, 1956)
Probatio de illa peccatrice que unxit pedes Domini, Med. & R. Stud. III (1954) 105–12
Sermo in ramis palmarum, ib., 112–15
De simoniacis, ed. J. A. Robinson, Gilbert Crispin (1911) 111–24
Gesta Dunelmensia (1300), (Camd. Misc. XIII), Camd. 3rd ser. XXXIV (1924)
Gesta Edwardi de Carnarvon auctore canonico Bridlingtoniensi, in Chr. Ed. I & II II 25–92
Gesta regis Edwardi tertii auctore canonico Bridlingtoniensi (to 1339, w. brief additions to 1377), in Chr. Ed. I & II II 93–151; v. et. G. Ed. II Bridl.
Gerard John Gerard [1545–1612]
The herball, or generall historie of plantes, (1597)
Gerv. Cant. Gervase of Canterbury [ob. c1210]2 vols., RS LXXIII (1879–80):
Actus pontificum Cantuariensis ecclesiae (582–1205), RS II 325–414
Chronica Gervasii or Greater Chronicle (1135–99), ib., I 84–594
De combustione et reparatione Cantuariensis ecclesiae, ib., I 3–29
Gesta Regum or Lesser Chronicle [deriv. from G. Mon., W. Malm., and others], ib., II 3–106:
 continuations (1208–1328), ib., II 106–324
Imaginationes, speeches concerning dispute between Archb. of Canterbury and Abbot of St. Augustine’s, ib., I 29–83
Mappa Mundi, ib., II 414–49
 V. et. Const. Clar., Eadmer Rel. Audoeni, Gerv. Cic. Hom., Gerv. Cic. Vers., Gerv. Melkley Vers.
Gerv. Cic. Gervase of Chichester [fl. 1170]
 Homilies on martyrdom of Thomas Becket, (incomplete) MS BL Royal 3 B x ff. 113–; also (frag.) in Gerv. Cant. II pref. xlviii–xlix
 Commentary on Malachi, MS BL Royal 3 B x ff. 2–112v
 Verses prefacing Mal., in Gerv. Cant. II pref. xlvii–xlviii
Gerv. Melkley Gervase of Melkley (alias de Saltu Lacteo) [fl. 1210]
Ars versificatoria (1208×1216), MS Balliol Coll. Ox. 273 ff. 153–76; also (extr.) ed. E. Faral, Les Arts poétiques du xiie siècle (Paris, 1924) 328–30; superseded by ed. H. J. Gräbener, (Münster, 1965)
 verses, (extr.) ed. E. Faral, Les Arts poétiques du xiie siècle (Paris, 1924) 36; also in Gerv. Cant. I pref. xxxvii
Gerv. Prem. Gervase, Abbot of Prémontré and Bishop of Sées [ob. 1228]
 Epistolae (1209–c1220), ed. C. L. Hugo, Sacrae antiquitatis monumenta historica, dogmatica, diplomatica (Étival, 1725) I 1–124 [by no.]:
 additional letters, ed. C. R. Cheney, (Medieval Texts and Studies, Oxford, 1973) 266–76
Gerv. Tilb. Gervase of Tilbury [fl. c1177–1222]
Otia imperialia (1215), Scriptores rerum Brunsvicensium I (1707) 881–1004; some readings supplied from ib., II (1710) 751–84 [by bk. & cap.]; (extr.) II 10, 16–17, 20; in Coggesh. Chr. 419–49; superseded by (Med. Texts, 2002), containing:
Gesch. Stahlhofes v. Steelyard
G. Eversley Geoffrey of Eversley (alias Gaufridus Anglicus) [ob. 1283]
Ars scribendi epistolas, MS Perugia, Biblioteca communale 338 ff. 1–67 [by f.]
G. Foliot Gilbert Foliot, Bishop of Hereford and London [ob. 1187]
 Letters and Charters, ed. A. Morey & C. N. L. Brooke, (Cambridge, 1967) [by no.; letters to G. Foliot cited as Ep. G. Foliot]
G. Font. Geoffrey de Fontibus [fl. 12c.]
Liber de infantia S. Eadmundi, in Mem. S. Edm. I 93–103; superseded by Anal. Boll. XCV (1977) 34–42 [by sect.]
Gesta regis Henrici secundi [wrongly attrib. Ben. Pet.], in Chr. Hen. II & Ric. I I 1–361, II 1–71
Gesta Henrici V [1413–16] (1416–17), ed. F. Taylor & J. S. Roskell, (Med. Texts, 1975) [by cap.; some refs. in Fasc. I are to Elmh. Hen. V]
Gesta Herwardi incliti exulis et militis [fl. 1070] (c1150), (Lestorie des Engles), RS XCI (1888) I 339–404 [by f.]
Ghost stories, by a monk of Byland [Yorks] (c1400), ed. M. R. James, EHR XXXVII (1922) 413–22:
two more ghost stories, ed. H. E. D. Blakiston, EHR XXXVIII (1923) 85–7
G. Hoyland Gilbert of Hoyland (alias of Swineshead) [ob. 1172]
Tractatus ascetici, PL CLXXXIV (1854) 251–90
Epistolae, ib., 289–98
Sermones in Cantica, ib., 11–252
Gilb. Gilbertus Anglicus [ob. c1250]
Compendium medicinae (c1240), (Lyon, 1510) [by bk., f., & col.]
Gildas Gildas [fl. 540]
De excidio et conquestu Britanniae (?a549), MGH Auct. Antiq. XIII (Berlin, 1894) 25–85 [by cap.]
Epistulae ad Vinnianum fragmenta, ib., 86–8 [by sect.]
Praefatio Gildae de poenitentia, ib., 89–90 [by sect.]; also (vv. ll.) L. Bieler, The Irish Penitentials (Dublin, 1963) 60–64
Cambridge Gild records (14c.), ed. M. Bateson, Camb. Antiq. Soc. 8o ser. XXXIX (1903)
  C. Gross, The Gild Merchant [1066–17c.] 2 vols. (Oxford, 1890)
Gir. Giraldus Cambrensis [ob. c1223]8 vols., (Giraldi Cambrensis Opera), RS XXI (1861–91):
 Epistola ad Stephanum Langton (c1215), RS I 401–7
Vita regis et martyris Æthelberti [King of East Anglia, ob. 794], EHR XXXII (1917) 222–36 [by cap.]
Catalogus brevior librorum suorum, RS I 421–3
Vita S. Davidis [?ob. a600], RS III 377–404
Descriptio Kambriae (1194), RS VI 153–227 [by bk. & cap.]
Expugnatio Hibernica (c1188), RS V 205–411 [by bk. & cap.]; also ed. A. B. Scott & F. X. Martin, (Dublin, 1978)
Epistulae, ed. R. B. C. Huygens, in Speculum Duorum (Cardiff, 1974) 156–282 [by no. & p.]
De vita Galfridi (c1195), RS IV 355–431 [by bk. & cap.]
Gemma Ecclesiastica (c1197), RS II 3–364 [by dist., cap. & p.]
De Giraldo archidiacono Menevensi, RS I 397–9
Vita S. Hugonis, RS VII 81–147 [by dist. & cap.]
Itinerarium Kambriae (c1191), RS VI 2–152 [by bk. & cap.]
De invectionibus (c1203), Y Cymmrodor XXX (1920) 77–237 [by bk. & cap.]
De Jure et Statu Menevensis Ecclesiae (c1218), RS III 99–373 [by dist. & p.]:
 passages omitted from RS ed., Medium Ævum IV (1935) 144–52
Epistola ad capitulum Herefordense de libris a se scriptis, RS I 409–19
De Principis Instructione (c1217), RS VIII lvii–lxvii and 5–329 [by dist. & cap.]
Vita S. Remigii [and version c1214 incl. lives of various bishops of Lincoln, 1094–1200, and other later 12c. bishops], RS VII 3–80 [by cap.]
Retractationes, RS I 425–7
De rebus a se gestis (c1205), RS I 3–122 [by bk. & cap.]
Speculum Duorum, ed. Y. Lefèvre, in Speculum Duorum (Cardiff, 1974) 2–152
Speculum Ecclesiae (c1220), RS IV 3–354 [by dist. & cap.]:
  ed. R. W. Hunt, Viator VIII (1977) 189–213
Symbolum Electorum, RS I 197–395 [by bk., no., & p.]:
I Epistulae, 201–335
II Metra (including so-called Juvenilia), 337–87 [nos. 28–31, 33 not cited]
III–IV, (summary only) [not cited]
Topographia Hibernica (c1187–c1215), RS V 1–204 [by bk. & cap.]; also (1st recension, c1187) ed. J. J. O’Meara, RIA Proc. LII (1949) 113–78
 V. et. J. Scawby
  Carl Prantl, Geschichte der Logik im Abendlande 4 vols. in 3 (Leipzig, 1867–70)
The Glasgow Latin–French Glossary (13c.), Medium Ævum XXV (1957) 156–63 [by f.]; supplemented by ed. P. Meyer, Documents manuscrits de l’ancienne littérature de la France conservés dans les bibliothèques de la Grande Bretagne (Paris, 1871) 123–6; also in Archives des missions scientifiques et littéraires ns IV (1867) 156–9; and Jahrb. rom. Lit. VII (1866); superseded by Teaching Latin I 401–19 [by f.]
 The Anglo-Norman Vocabularies in MS Oxford, Bodleian Library Douce 88 (wr. 13c.) [vv. ll. from MS St. John’s College, Oxford 178], Medium Ævum XLIX (1978) 7–24 [by no.]; superseded by Teaching Latin I 420–32 [by no.; pp. 429–32 by f.]
Glanv. Ranulf Glanvill [ob. 1190]
De legibus et consuetudinibus Regni Angliae (c1188) [attrib.], ed. G. D. G. Hall, (Med. Texts, 1965) [by bk. & cap.]; also ed. G. E. Woodbine, (New Haven, Conn., 1932)
  H. Spelman, Glossarium archaiologicum (1664)
 A polyglot glossary of the twelfth century, ed. D. Howlett, De mot en mot, aspects of medieval linguistics, essays in honour of William Rothwell (Cardiff, 1997) 81–91 [by letter & no.]
II glossario del ms. Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 163 (11c.), ed. P. Lendinaria, Romanobarbarica X (1988–9) 506–16 [by no.]
An eighth-century Latin–Anglo-Saxon Glossary (Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 144), ed. W. M. Lindsay, (Cambridge, 1921); cf. Philol. Soc. VIII (1921):
Interpretatio nominum Hebraicorum et Graecorum, ed. J. H. Hessels, (Cambridge, 1890) 3–8
  V. et. EE, Erf. 2 & 3, Gl. Leid.
The fourteenth-century medico-botanical glossary of Raimon de Castelnou, Leeds Philos. & Lit. Soc. XV vi (1974) 135–225
 Old English Glosses, mostly dry point, Journal of English and Germanic Philology LX (1961) 441–50
The Durham Glossary of the names of worts (11c.), in Leechdoms III 297–305; also checked against ed. B. von Lindheim, Das Durhamer Pflanzenglossar (Bochum, 1941)
The Harley Latin – Old English Glossary (BL MS Harley 3376) (10c.), ed. R. T. Oliphant, (The Hague, 1966); checked with MS [by letter & no.]
The Laud Herbal Glossary (mid-12c.), ed. J. R. Stracke, (Amsterdam, 1974) [by no.]
A late 8th-century Latin–Anglo-Saxon glossary preserved in the library of Leiden University, ed. J. H. Hessels, (Cambridge, 1906) [by sect. & no.]
Old English Glosses (A Collection), ed. H. D. Meritt, (New York & London, 1945) [by sect. & no.]
Old English Glosses chiefly unpublished, ed. A. S. Napier, (Oxford, 1900) [by sect. & no.], containing:
sect. 1–18, v. Aldh. VirgP
Nouveau glossaire nautique d’Augustin Jal, révision de l’édition publiée en 1848 I– (Paris, 1970–)
A Nominalistic Glossary, a harvest of medieval theology, ed. H. A. Oberman, (Cambridge, Mass., 1963) 459–76
Glossarial Poems of medical terminology from Canterbury (10c.), ASE IV (1975) 103–4
The Old English Prudentius Glosses at Boulogne-sur-Mer (11c.), ed. H. D. Meritt, (Stanford, Calif., 1959) [by no.]
Anglo-Saxon Scratched Glosses in a Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Manuscript, Otium et Negotium, Studies in Onomatology and Library Science presented to Olof von Feilitzen (Stockholm, 1973) 210–214
The vernacular entries in the Glossae in Sidonium (c1200), Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur LXXXIX (1979) 135–50 [by f.]
The Latin and Old English Glosses in the Ars Tatuini (8c.), ASE VI (1977) 78–9
The Trilingual Vocabulary in MS Westminster Abbey 34/11 (14c.), ed. T. Hunt, N. & Q. CCXXVI (1981) 14–15
G. Mon. Geoffrey of Monmouth [ob. 1154]
Historia regum Britanniae (1136), ed. A. Griscom, (1929) [by bk. & cap.]; also checked against ed. M. Reeve, (2007); v. et. V. Merl.
G. Nott. Geoffrey, Archdeacon of Nottingham [fl. 1140]
 Verses on Thurstan, Archb. of York [quoted in V. Thurst.], in Hist. Church York II 268–9 [by line]
 Vision of Thurstan, ib., 267–8 [by line]
Godeman
Verses on the Benedictional of St. Æthelwold (10c.), ed. M. Lapidge, ASE IV (1975) 105–6 [by line]
Gosc. Goscelin, monk of Canterbury [? ob. c1108]
Vita S. Æthelburgae virginis, Studia Monastica VII (1965) 398–417 [by cap.]
Vita S. Augustini, historia major (?c1094), PL LXXX (1850) 41–94
Vita S. Augustini, historia minor, PL CL (1854) 743–63
Anal. Boll. LVI (1938), containing:
34–101, Vita S. Edithae [ob. 984] (c1080)
265–307, Translatio ejusdem
Passio S. Eadwardi regis et martyris [ob. 978] (c1080) [attrib.], ed. C. E. Fell, Edward King and Martyr (Leeds, 1971)
Lectiones de S. Hildelitha, Studia Monastica VII (1965) 455–8 [by cap.]
Vita S. Justi archiepiscopi Cantuariensis [627], Acta SS. Boll. Nov. IV (1925) 535–7 [by sect.]
Liber confortatorius (c1081), Studia Anselmiana XXXVII (1955) 26–117
Libellus contra inanes S. Mildrethae usurpatores, Med. Stud. XXXIX (1977) 68–96 [by cap.]
De adventu B. Melliti in Britanniam, (extr.) in Flete Westm. 38–40
Vita S. Milburgae [attrib.], (extr.) ed. H. P. R. Finberg, Early charters of the West Midlands (Leicester, 1961) 201–4
Libellus de miraculis S. Augustini (c1094), in Acta SS. Ben. I 535–59
Miracula S. Ivonis, in Chr. Rams. lix–lxxxiv
Translatio SS. Æthelburgae, Hildelithae, ac Wulfildae, Studia Monastica VII (1965) [by f.]
Historia translationis S. Augustini (p1099), PL CLV (1880) 13–46; some chapters are quoted from Acta SS. Boll. May VI (1688) 375–443 [e. g. I 46 from p. 416]
Translatio S. Mildrethae virginis (c1091), Med. Stud. XLVIII (1986) 154–210 [by cap.]
Vita S. Ivonis episcopi (c1090), PL CLV 81–90
Vita S. Mildrethae [c740] (c1090), ed. D. W. Rollason, The Mildrith Legend (Leicester, 1982) 108–43 [by cap.]
Vita S. Werburgae [ob. c700] (11c.) [attrib.], PL CLV 93–110; also EETS LXXXVIII (1887) xix–xxvi
Vita S. Wulfhildae [ob. c1001] (p1086), Anal. Boll. XXXII (1913) 10–26 [by cap.]; superseded by Studia Monastica VII (1965) 418–34 [by cap.]
Life of St. Wulsin of Sherborne (c1070), Rev. Ben. LXIX (1959) 68–8 [by cap.]
Gower John Gower [ob. 1408]
Carmina varia, ed. G. C. Macaulay, Complete works IV (1902) 343–5 and 355–68 [by p. & line]
Chronica tripartita (p1399), ib., 314–43 [by part & line]
Vox clamantis (begun 1381, finished a1399), ib., 3–313 [by part & line]
Carmen super vitiorum pestilentia (1396–7), ib., 346–54 [by line]
Aus der Geisteswelt des Mittelalters. Studien und Texte Martin Grabmann gewidmet, ed. A. Lang, J. Lechner & M. Schmaus, BGPM sup. III (1935), containing:
112–68, v. J. Rodington Consc.
252–62, v. Achard Discret.
463–71, v. Alf. Angl. Met.
855–61, v. Kilwardby Temp.
1169–80, v. Bradw. Fut.
Grampian Club, publications, I– (London/Edinburgh, 1869–90/1882–9)
Graystanes Robert de Graystanes [fl. 1330]
Historia de statu Ecclesiae Dunelmensis (1214–1336), in Hist. Durh. Script. 33–123 [by cap.]
Great Red Book of Bristol (13c.–16c.), Bristol Rec. Soc. II, IV, VIII, XVI, XVIII (1931–53)
Greg. Gregory (Magister Gregorius) [ob. p1200]
De mirabilibus Urbis Romae, ed. M. R. James, EHR XXXII (1917) 531–54; also ed. G. M. Rushforth, Journal of Roman Studies IX (1919) 14–48; superseded by ed. R. B. C. Huygens, (Leiden, 1970) [by cap.]
Greg. Eli. Gregorius Eliensis [ob. p1116]
  ed. P. A. Thompson & E. Stevens, ‘Gregory of Ely’s Verse Life and Miracles of St. Æthelthryth’, Anal. Boll. CVI (1988) 333–90
 Poems on St. Æthelwold, ed. M. Lapidge & M. Winterbottom, Wulfstan of Winchester: The Life of St. Æthelwold (Med. Texts, 1991) app. B 84–6 [by no. & line]
  C. L. Kingsford, The Grey Friars of London, (Brit. Soc. Franciscan Studies VI) (1915)
  A. G. Little, The Grey Friars in Oxford, (OHS XX) (1892)
Gesta Ricardi (c1157–99) [wrongly attrib. Ben. Pet.], in Chr. Hen. II & Ric. I II 71–252
Grim Edward (alias Everardus) Grim [fl. 1170–85]
Passio S. Thomae, in Thes. Nov. Anecd. III 1737–46
Vita S. Thomae (c1175), in Becket Mat. II 353–450 [by cap.]:
 appendix, ib., II 451–8
Gesta Romanorum (c1340), ed. H. Oesterley, (Berlin, 1872)
Gros. Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln, 1235–1253
Die philosophische Werke [incl. some works of doubtful attribution], ed. L. Baur, BGPM IX (1912) 1–274 [by p.], containing:
1–7, De artibus liberalibus (a1209)
7–10, De generatione sonorum (a1209)
10–32, De sphaera (a1220)
32–6, De generatione stellarum (a1225)
36–41, De cometis (c1222) [shorter text of Gros. Com.]
41–51, De impressionibus aëris seu de prognosticatione (a1220)
51–9, De luce seu de inchoatione formarum (c1225)
59–65, De lineis, angulis, et figuris seu de fractionibus et reflexionibus radiorum (c1230)
65–72, De natura locorum
72–8, De iride (c1230)
78–9, De colore (c1230)
79–84, De calore solis (c1230)
84–7, De differentiis localibus
87–9, De impressionibus elementorum
90–2, De motu corporali et luce
92–100, De motu supercaelestium
101–6, De finitate motus et temporis
106–11, De unica forma omnium [= Gros. Ep. 1 pp. 1–7]
112–19, De intelligentiis [= Gros. Ep. 1 pp. 8–17]
120–26, De statu causarum
126–9, De potentia et actu
130–43, De veritate
143–5, De veritate propositionis
145–7, De scientia Dei
147–50, De ordine emendandi causatorum a Deo [or De aeternitate filii in divinis]
150–241, De libero arbitrio
241–74, De anima [attrib.]
Commentarius in Posteriorum analyticorum libros, ed. P. Rossi, (Florence, 1981)
De cessatione legalium, (part 1 only) (London, 1658); (extr. from part 2) Franciscan Studies XVI (1956) 3–18; superseded by ed. R. C. Dales & E. B. King, Auct. Brit. VII (1986) [by bk. & cap.]
Ordinatio de pecunia deposita in cista, in StatOx 74–6
De cometis, Isis XIX (1933) 19–25
Compotus factus ad correctionem communis Kalendarii nostri, in Bacon VI 212–67
Constitutiones [= Gros. Ep. 52*], in Conc. Syn. II 265–78
Joannis Damasceni Elementarium [transl. & notes], Patrologia Graeca XCV
‘Deus est’ (De confessione II), Franciscan Studies XXX (1970) 239–93
  MS Lincoln Cath. 188 and 303 [by cap.]; also (extr.) in Fasc. Rerum Expet. II 258–305 [by no. & p.]; (no. 6o) Franciscan Studies XXIV (1964) 153–8
De decem mandatis, ed. R. C. Dales & E. B. King, Auct. Brit. X (1987)
De dotibus, Med. Stud. XLIV (1982) 83–109 [by cap.]
Epistolae (a1210–53), RS XXV (1861) [by no.] [Gros. Ep. 1 = Gros. 106–19]
Aristotelis Ethica Nicomachea [transl.], ed. R. A. Gauthier, Aristoteles Latinus XXVI/1–3 iii–iv (Leiden, 1972–3)
De fluxu et refluxu maris (c1227), Isis LVII (1966) 459–68
Glossarum in Sancti Pauli Epistolas Fragmenta, ed. R. C. Dales, CC cont. med. CXXX (1995) 177–231
Expositio in Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas, ed. J. McEvoy & L. Rizzerio, CC cont. med. CXXX (1995) 1–175
Grammar v. Ps.-Gros. Gram.
Hexaemeron, ed. R. C. Dales & S. Gieben, Auct. Brit. VI (1982) [by bk. & cap.]
Kalendarium (c1220), Arkiv för Matematik, Astronomi och Fysik II ii (1916) 15–41
De operationibus solis, RTAM XLI (1974) 62–91
Commentarius in VIII libros Physicorum Aristotelis, ed. R. C. Dales, (Boulder, Col., 1963)
Summa Physicorum, ed. J. E. Bolzan & C. Lértora Mendoza, (Buenos Aires, 1972)
Postillae super evangelium Marci, (extr.) ed. H. Glunz, History of the Vulgate in England (Cambridge, 1933) 356–9
 Pseudo-Andronicus περὶ παθῶν [transl.], ed. Glibert-Thirry, (Leiden, 1977)
 Pseudo-Dionysius De divinis nominibus, De mystica theologia, De caelesti hierarchia, De ecclesiastica hierarchia [transl.], ed. P. Chevallier, Dionysiaca 2 vols. [5–717; 727–1578] (Paris & Bruges, 1937–50) [text R]:
Pseudo-Dionysii de mystica theologia [transl. & comm.], ed. U. Gamba, (Milan, 1942)
Quaestiones theologicae [attrib.], in Powicke Studies 194–209
v. Reg. Linc.
De sanguine Christi, in M. Par. Maj. VI 138–44
v. Ps.-Gros. Summa
Tabula, ed. P. W. Rosemann, CC cont. med. CXXX (1995) 233–320
Templum Dei, ed. J. Goering & F.A.C. Mantello, (Toronto Med. Latin Texts, 1984) [by cap. & sect.]
Testamenta XII patriarcharum [transl.], Patrologia Graeca II 1025–1150
  W. Cunningham, The Growth of English Industry and commerce during the early and middle ages (Cambridge, 1896)
Gesta abbatum monasterii S. Albani [Herts] (793–1396), 3 vols., Chr. Mon. S. Alb. IV, containing:
I 1–324, (793–1255) [mainly by M. Par.]
I 325–II 108, (1248–1308) [anon.]
II 111–III 372, (1308–96) [by Wals.]
II 294–9, v. Wallingf. Or.
III 373–535, (1349–1401) [anon.]
G. Southwick Guy, Prior of Southwick [ob. c1217]
De virtute confessionis (a1198), RTAM VII (1935) 340–52
G. Stanford Gilbert of Stanford, Cistercian [fl. 12c.]
Super Canticum canticorum (1140×1170), (extr.) Studia Anselmiana XX (1948) 205–30
Gesta Stephani (1135–54) [attrib. Robert of Lewes, Bishop of Bath 1136–1166], ed. K. R. Potter & R. H. C. Davis, (Med. Texts, 1955; rev. ed. 1976) [by cap.]; also in Chr. Steph. III 3–136
G. Stratton Gilbert of Stratton [ob. a1295]
Utrum mundus potuerit semper fuisse, ed. R. C. Dales & O. Argerami, Medieval Latin Texts on the Eternity of the World (Leiden, 1991) 134–40
Edward I and the throne of Scotland 1290–1296, an edition of the record sources for the Great Cause (Oxford, 1978) vol. II
 Chancery Guild Certificates (1388–9), MS PRO C 47/38–46; also (extr.) in Eng. Gilds
Gesta Waldevi comitis [ob. 1076] (?12c.), ed. F. Michel, Chroniques Anglo-Normandes 3 vols. (Rouen, 1836–40) II 99–142
G. Wint. Godfrey of Winchester [ob. 1107]
Epigrammata, in Sat. Poets II 103–47 [by no.]; superseded by ed. H. Gerhard, Der Liber Proverbiorum des Godefrid von Winchester (Würzburg, 1974) [by no.]:
Epigrammata historica, in Sat. Poets II 148–55 [by no.]
Hadrian IV Pope Hadrian IV (alias Nicholas Breakspear of St. Albans) [ob. 1159]
Epistolae et privilegia, PL CLXXXVIII 1361–1640 [by no.]
H. Albus Hugh Albus (alias Candidus), monk of Peterborough [ob. a1175]
Chronicle (656–1155), in Hist. Angl. Script. II 1–94; superseded by ed. W. T. Mellows, (Oxford, 1949), containing:
app. 133–9, v. Swafham app.
app. 140–73, v. Whittlesey app.
Halmota Prioratus Dunelmensis, from Halmote Court or Manor Rolls (1296–1384), (extr.) Surtees Soc. LXXXII (1889) [vol. II not pub.]
Hales Alexander of Hales [ob. 1245]
Expositio super tertium de Anima [attrib.], (Oxford, 1481)
  in Teaching Latin I 304–19, 320–2
Quaestio de fato, Franziskanische Studien XIX (1932) 23–39
Quaestiones disputatae ‘antequam esset frater’ [sometimes wrongly referred to as Summa Abendonensis] (c1230), Bibliotheca Franciscana scholastica medii aevi XIX–XXI (Quaracchi, 1960)
Glossa in quatuor libros Sententiarum Petri Lombardi (1222×1229), ib., XII–XV
Summa theologica (c1245) [a compilation based on writings of Hales and others], 4 vols. (1924–48)
Ham. S. Alb. Hamelin of St. Albans [fl. 1100]
Liber de monachatu, (extr.) in Thes. Nov. Anecd. V 1453–6
Hampshire Record Society, publications, I– (Winchester, 1889–)
Hanv. John de Hanville (alias Hauville or de Alta Villa) [fl. 1184]
Architrenius, in Sat. Poets I 240–392 [by bk. & p.]; from Fasc. III superseded by ed. P. G. Schmidt, (Munich, 1974) [by bk. & line]
Harclay Henry of Harclay, Chancellor of Oxford [ob. 1317]2 vols., ed. M. G. Henninger, (Ordinary Questions), Auct. Brit. XVII, XVIII [–679, 680–] (2008) [by short title & p. (except where otherwise indicated); other qq. by no. & p.]:
Quaestio de secundo adventu Christi [= q. 1], ed. F. Pelster, Archivio italiano per la storia della pietà I (1951) 53–82; from Fasc. XIV superseded by ed. Henninger 2–77
Quaestio utrum mundus potuit fuisse ab aeterno [= q. 18], AHDLMA L (1983) 231–55; superseded by ed. Henninger 732–73
Disputed question on the plurality of Forms [= q. 8], Essays in honour of Anton Charles Pegis (Toronto, 1974) 129–59; superseded by ed. Henninger 348–97
Questions on the Divine Ideas [= qq. 2 & 15], Med. Stud. XXIII (1961) 166–93; superseded by ed. Henninger 71–131, 682–99
Questions on Immortality [= q. 9], Med. Stud. XIX (1957) 89–107; superseded by ed. Henninger 398–437
Questions on Predestination [= qq. 3 & 4], Franciscan Studies XL (1980) 195–223; superseded by ed. Henninger 132–99
Sermo de laudibus S. Thomae Cantuariensis, (extr.) in Anglia Sacra II 524n; repr. in Gir. JS I pp. 125–6n
Utrum Pater, Filius, et Spiritus Sanctus sint unum principium respectu creaturae vel tria [= q. 5] [MS Vat. Burgh. 171ff. 17v–20v], Franciscan Studies XLI (1981) 281–335 [by sect.]; superseded by ed. Henninger 200–51
Utrum universale significet aliquam rem extra animam, aliam a singulari vel supposito [= q. 14] [MS Vat. Burgh. 171ff. 7vb–12rb], Franciscan Studies XXXI (1971) 186–234 [by sect.]; superseded by ed. Henninger 594–679
Question on the Univocity of Being [= q. 12], (extr.) Med. Stud. XVI (1954) 1–18; superseded by ed. Henninger 456–513
Hauboys John Hauboys (alias Hanboys) [fl. c1375]
Summa super musicam continuam et discretam, in Script. Mus. I 403–48; superseded from Fasc. V by ed. P. M. Lefferts, Robertus de Handlo: Regule ‘The Rules’, and Johannes Hanboys: Summa ‘The Summa’ (Lincoln, NE & London, 1991) 180–345
Haudlo Robert de Haudlo (alias Handlo) [fl. 1326]
Regulae, in Script. Mus. I 383–403; superseded from Fasc. V by ed. P. M. Lefferts, Robertus de Handlo: Regule ‘The Rules’, and Johannes Hanboys: Summa ‘The Summa’ (Lincoln, NE & London, 1991) 80–179
H. Avr. Henry of Avranches [ob. 1260]
Commoda grammaticae [=H. Avr. Poems 103] (?1219), (extr.) ed. J. P. Heironimus & J. C. Russell, (Colorado Springs, 1929) 10–26 [by f. & line]; also (AN gl.) in Teaching Latin I 121–3:
 prologue and epilogue, in H. Avr. Poems 58–9
Vita Sancti Edmundi, ed. D. Townsend, JML V (1995) 95–118 [by line]
Vita Sancti Fredemundi, ed. D. Townsend, JML IV (1994) 1–24 [by line]
Vita S. Guthlaci [ob. 714], MS Univ. Libr. Camb. Dd. 11. 78 [by f. & line]:
The Proem of Henry of Avranches’ Vita Sancti Guthlaci, ed. N. Adkin, Anal. Boll. CVIII (1990) 350–1 [by line]
Metrical Life of St. Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln [ob. 1200] (c1220) [attrib.], ed. J. F. Dimock, (Lincoln, 1860)
The Metrical Passio Sanctorum Crispini et Crispiniani of Henry of Avranches, ed. M. I. Allen, Anal. Boll. CVIII (1990) 372–81 [by line]
The shorter Latin poems relating to England, ed. J. C. Russell & J. P. Heironimus, (Cambridge, Mass., 1935) [complete poems by no. & line; extr. by no. & p.], containing:   V. et. M. Cornw. Mansel
H. Bos. Herbert of Bosham [ob. c1194]
Causa exsilii B. Thomae, PL CXC (1893) 1413–16
Epistolae, ib., 1415–74 [by no. & col.]; v. et. Ep. Becket
Praefationes in Glossam Magnam, ed. H. Glunz, History of the Vulgate in England (Cambridge, 1933) 342–50
Homilia in festo S. Thomae, PL CXC (1893) 1403–14
Liber melorum (c1186), ib., 1293–1404
 Commentary on Psalterium juxta Hebraeos, (extr.) RTAM XVIII (1951) 26–65
Vitae S. Thomae (c1186), in Becket Mat. III 155–534 [by bk. & cap.] [this version differs somewhat from PL CXC 1073–1292]
Henry Bradshaw Society, publications, I– (1891–)
 High Court of Admiralty, records, MS PRO:
 Instance and Prize courts, Acts (1524–), HCA 3
 Oyer and terminer records, criminal (1535–), HCA 1
 Libels, etc. (1519–), HCA 24
 Warrant books (1541–), HCA 38
H. Cantor Hugh the Chanter (alias Sottovagina), Precentor of York [ob. c1139]
History of the Church of York (1066–1127), ed. C. Johnson, (Med. Texts, 1961) [by f.]:
 Additions (–1153), in Hist. Church York II 220–7
Versus, in Sat. Poets II 219–29 [by p.]
H. De Burgo Henry de Burgo, Prior of Lancercost [ob. 1315]
Verses v. Lanercost
Heete Robert Heete [ob. c1432]
Libri B. Mariae prope Winton’ (temp. Hen. V, Hen. VI), Arch. J. XV (1858) 62–74
Life of William of Wykeham [1324–1404], ed. G. G. Moberly, Life of William of Wykeham (1887) 293–308 [2nd ed. (1893) app. E, 321–36]; v. et. Aylward
Hengham Ralph de Hengham, Chief Justice [ob. 1311]
Judicium Essoniorum, ed. G. E. Woodbine, Four 13th-century law tracts (New Haven, Conn., 1910) 116–42
Summa Magna (a1275), ed. W. H. Dunham, Radulphi de Hengham Summae (Cambridge, 1932) 1–50 [by cap.]
Summa Parva (p1285), ib., 51–71 [by cap.]
 Herbals and herbal glossaries:
Synonyma Herbarum (14c. w. 16c. additions), MS BL Harl. 3388 ff. 75–86v [by f.]
Heresy Trials in the diocese of Norwich, 1428–31, Camd. 4th ser. XX (1977)
Herford Nicholas Herford (alias Hereford), fellow of Queen’s College [fl. 1390] v. Ziz.
Herm. Arch. Hermann of Bury St. Edmunds, archdeacon [fl. 1070–1100]
Liber de miraculis S. Eadmundi [ob. 870] (c1099), in Mem. S. Edm. I 26–92 [by cap.]; also in ANQuellen 202–81; v. et. Samson
Herrison John Herrison (alias Herryson) [ob. c1473]
Abbreviata cronica (1377–1469), Camb. Antiq. Soc. 4o ser. II (1840)
The Priory of Hexham, Surtees Soc. XLIV, XLVI (1863–4), containing:
I 63–106, v. Ric. Hex. Stand.
I 173–203, v. Ailr. SS Hex
  V. et. J. Hex.
Heytesbury William Heytesbury, fellow of Merton [ob. c1372]
Probationes conclusionum [attrib.], (Venice, 1494) ff. 188v–203v; also (extr.) in Sci. Mech. 287–9
Regulae solvendi sophismata (1335), (Venice, 1494) ff. 9v–52; also (extr.) in Sci. Mech. 238–42, 277–83
H. Faversham Haymo of Faversham [ob. 1243]
Ordines, ed. S. J. P. van Dijk, Sources of the Modern Roman Liturgy 2 vols. (Leiden, 1963) II
H. Hartlepool Hugh of Hartlepool [ob. c1302]
Sermon (1291), in Theol. Ox. 192–204
H. Hunt. Henry, Archdeacon of Huntingdon [ob. 1155]
Epistola ad Walterum de contemptu mundi, RS LXXIV (1879) 297–320 [by cap.]
Epistola ad Warinum de regibus Britonum, in Torigni Chr. 65–75
Historia Anglorum [by bk. (& cap. or p.)]:
I–VIII (55 bcad 1154), RS LXXIV (1879) 1–292 [(cap.)]
IX De miraculis, (extr.) RS LXXIV (1879) xxv–xxx [(cap.)]
X De summitatibus v. H. Hunt. CM, H. Hunt. Ep. ad Warinum
XI Epigrammata, in Sat. Poets II 163–74 [(p.)]
Higd. Ralph (alias Ranulf) Higden [ob. 1364]
Polychronicon (Creation–1352), 9 vols., RS XLI (1865–6) [by bk. & cap.; ME cited from Trevisa or Harl. 2261 printed ib.], containing:
IX 1–283, v. Chr. Westm.
Continuation (–1381) [attrib. J. Malvern], ib., VIII 355–428
  (1381–94)
Hil. Ronce. Hilarius of Ronceray [fl. c1125]
Versus et ludi, ed. J. B. Fuller, (New York, 1929)
Hilton Walter Hilton, O. S. A. [ob. 1396]
Walter Hilton’s Latin Writings, 2 vols., ed. J. P. H. Clark & C. Taylor, Analecta Carthusiana CXXIV [cont. pag.] (Salzburg, 1987), containing:
73–102, De imagine peccati (c1382)
119–72, Epistole de utilitate et prerogativis religionis (c1385)
179–214, De adoratione imaginum (c1387)
221–43, Epistola de lectione, intentione, oratione, meditatione et aliis
249–98, Epistola ad quendam seculo renuntiare volentem
301–4, Fi missime crede
Historia abbatum, auctore anonymo (c716), ed. C. Plummer, Baedae Opera Historica (Oxford, 1896) I 388–404 [by cap.], containing:
cap. 30, v. Hwætberht Ep.
  J. E. Thorold Rogers, A History of Agriculture and Prices in England [1259–1793] 7 vols. (Oxford, 1866–92) [by vol. & p.], containing:
II 617–30, v. Cuxham
Historiae Anglicanae scriptores varii, ed. J. Sparke, 2 parts (1723), containing:
I 1–137, v. Chr. Angl. Peterb.
II 1–94, v. H. Albus
II 97–122, v. Swafham
II 125–216, v. Whittlesey
II 217–37, v. Whittlesey Cont.
Historiae Anglicanae Scriptores X, ed. R. Twysden, (1652), containing:
347–70, v. Ailr. Gen. Regum
728–1284, v. Brompton
1753–2296, v. Thorne
Vera historia de morte Arthuri (13c.), ed. M. Lapidge, Arthurian Literature I (1981) 84–92
  N. Moore, The History of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital 2 vols. (1918)
  H. R. Schubert, History of the British Iron and Steel Industry [c450bcad1775] (1951)
  G. P. Scrope, History of Castle Combe (1852), containing:
233–337, v. CourtR Castle Combe
  J. Dart, The History and antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury (1726)
  H. J. R. Murray, A History of Chess (Oxford, 1913)
  C. Ormerod, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester 2nd ed. (1882)
  S. Gunton, The History of the Church of Peterborough (1686)
Historians of the Church of York and its Archbishops, 3 vols., RS LXXI (1879–94), containing:
I 161–226, v. Eadmer Wilf.
I 227–37, v. Eadmer Wilf. Brev.
I 239–60, v. Folc. V. J. Bev.
I 261–91, v. Ketel J. Bev.
I 293–320, v. Mir. J. Bev. A
I 321–5, v. Mir. J. Bev. B
I 327–347, v. Mir. J. Bev. C
I 399–475, v. Byrht. V. Osw.
II 1–40, v. Eadmer V. Osw.
II 41–59, v. Eadmer Mir. Osw.
II 60–97, v. Senatus Osw.
II 220–7, v. H. Cantor Cont.
II 228–51, v. R. D’Escures Ep.
II 259–69, v. V. Thurst.
II 261–5, v. H. Pontefr.
II 268–9, v. G. Nott. Thurst.
II 270–9, v. V. Will.
II 292–311, v. Misc. Scrope
II 312–87, v. Chr. Pont. Ebor. A
II 388–421, v. T. Stubbs Chr.
II 422–45, v. Chr. Pont. Ebor. C
II 466–8, v. Chr. Ebor. Metr. A
II 469–87, v. Chr. Ebor. Metr. B
II 531–43, v. Mir. Will.
  V. et. S. Durh. Ep. Hug.
Historia de S. Cuthberto [ob. 687] (10c.), (Symeonis Dunelmensis Opera), RS LXXV (1882–5) I 196–214
  [William de Chambre [? fl. 1356] et al.]Continuatio historiae Dunelmensis (1336–1571), in Hist. Durh. Script. 127–56 [by cap.]
Historiae Dunelmensis scriptores tres, Surtees Soc. IX (1839), containing:
3–31, v. G. Cold. Durh.
33–123, v. Graystanes
127–56, v. Hist. Durh.
app. of docs., ib., [sep. pag.]
  H. Cohen, History of the English Bar [–1450] (1929)
  P. E. Schramm & (tr.) L. G. W. Legg, History of the English Coronation (Oxford, 1937)
  T. Madox, History of the Exchequer [1066–1327] (1711)
Hist. Fordwich v. Cust. Fordwich
  A. G. Little, Studies in English Franciscan History (Manchester, 1917)
Historia monasterii S. Petri Gloucestriae (681–1390), in Cart. Glouc. I 3–125
  G. A. de la Roque, Histoire généalogique de la maison de Harcourt 4 vols. (Paris, 1662)
  W. Dugdale, The History of Imbanking and drainage (1772)
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Historia Meriadoci (c1250) [attrib. Torigni], ed. J. D. Bruce, Modem Language Association of America XV (1900); checked against revised ed. Hesperia Ergänzungsreihe II (Göttingen, 1913); also ed. M. L. Day, (N. Y., 1988); v. et. Ort. Walw.
 Texts concerning Gilbert, founder of Merton Priory, Studia Monastica XII (1970) 248–70 [by f.]
  J. Brand, History and antiquities of Newcastle upon Tyne 2 vols. (1789)
  J. Hodgson, History of Northumberland 3 vols. in 7 (Newcastle, 1820–8)
Historia Roffensis (1314–50) [attrib. William Dene], MS BL Cotton Faustina B v [by f.]; also in Anglia Sacra I 356–77
  H. Owen & J. B. Blakeway, A History of Shrewsbury 2 vols. (1825)
  W. Dugdale, The History of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London; cited from ed. H. Ellis, (1818), containing:
310–35, v. Vis. S. Paul.
  S. Shaw, The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire 2 vols. (1798, 1801)
Historia major [704–1408] et minor [704–1367] Wellenses, ed. J. A. Robinson, (Collectanea I), Som Rec. Soc. XXXIX (1924) 48–71
H. Kirkstall Hugh, monk of Kirkstall [fl. 1200] v. Serlo Gram.
H. Los. Herbert de Losinga, Bishop of Norwich [ob. 1119]
 Epistolae, ed. R. Anstruther, (Brussels, 1846) 1–107 [by no.]; cf. (collation) ed. E. H. Goulburn & H. Symonds, Life, Letters, and Sermons (1878) I 418–23; v. et. Elmer Cant. Ep.
 Sermons, ib., II 2–430
 Historical Manuscripts Commission:
 Joint Publications ser. [with county record societies], I– (1962–)
 Reports, I– (1874–)
H. Newcastle Hugh of Newcastle [fl. 1320]
Commentarius in primum Sententiarum, (extr.) Franziskanische Studien XX (1933) 193–222
De victoria Christi contra Antichristum (1319), (Nuremberg, 1471); also (extr.) N. & E. XXXV (1896) 232–8
Holcot Robert Holcot [ob. 1349]
Commentaries, (extr.) in Eng. Friars 321–37, 358–9, 366–8
In librum Ecclesiastici [i–vii] Jesu seu Sirach expositio (c1348), (Venice, 1509)
Moralitates (c1340), (Basel, 1586) 709–48 [w. Holcot Wisd.]
Quodlibeta (c1335), MS BL Royal 10 C vi:
Utrum theologia sit scientia [I q. 1], Med. Stud. XX (1958) 128–53
Utrum Deus posset scire plura quam scit [I q. 6], Speculum XXXIX (1964) 59–64
Sermo Finalis (1334), Med. Stud. XI (1949) 220–4
Super Sapientiam Salomonis (1336), (Basel, 1586)
  (Latin Versions) (12c.), ed. A. S. Napier, (History of the Holy Rood-Tree), EETS CIII (1894) 41–62
Hon. Honorius ‘Augustodunensis’ [ob. c1140]
Elucidarium sive dialogus de summa totius Christianae theologiae, PL CLXXII 1109–76
Gemma animae, ib., 541–738
Inevitabile sive dialogus de libero arbitrio, ib., 1192–1222
Sigillum beatae Mariae, ib., 495–518
Speculum ecclesiae, ib., 807–1108
Hopeman Thomas Hopeman, O. P. [fl. 14c.]
Commentary on Hebrews, (extr.) AFP XXV (1955) 334–44 [by f.]
Horn Andrew Horn [ob. 1328]
 Latin verses prefatory to Le Mireur a justices (c1290), Selden Soc. VII (1895)
The Knights Hospitallers in England, . . report to . . Grand Master for ad 1338, Camd. Soc. LXV (1857)
The knights of St. John of Jerusalem in Scotland, documents (1215–16c.), SHS 4th ser. XIX (1983)
Hothby John Hothby [ob. 1487]
De cantu figurato, in Script. Mus. III 330–2; also (version Fa) ed. G. Reaney, Corp. Script. Mus. XXXI (1983) 27–31; (version Ve) ib., 3–44 [by version & p.]
Regulae cantos mensurati, (version Fl) ed. G. Reaney, Corp. Script. Mus. XXXI (1983) 19–24; also (version L) ib., 51–9 [by version & p.]
Regulae super contrapunctum [by version & p.]:
(version Fa), ib., 333–4; superseded by ed. C. Reaney, (Johannes Hothby de arte contrapuncti), Corp. Script. Mus. XXVI (1977) 101–3
(version Fl), ib., 63–9
Regulae super proportionem, in Script. Mus. III 328–30
Household Accounts from Medieval England, ed. C. M. Woolgar, Rec. Soc. & Econ. ns XVII–XVIII [–430, 431–] (1992–3)
The Durham Household Book . . 1530–4, Surtees Soc. XVIII (1844)
The Court and Household of Eleanor of Castile in 1290, ed. J. C. Parsons, (Toronto, 1977)
The Wardrobe and Household of Henry Son of Edward I (1273–4) [KR Ac 350/18], ed. H. Johnstone, JRL Bull. VII (1923) 384–420 (text 400–20)
The Household Book of Queen Isabella of England (1311–12) [MS BL Cotton Nero C VIII ff. 121–52], ed. F. D. Blackley & G. Hermansen, (Edmonton, Alberta, 1971)
H. Pontefr. Hugh, monk of Pontefract [fl. 1140]
Verses on Thurstan, Archb. of York [quoted in V. Thurst.], in Hist. Church York II 261–5 [by line]
H. Reading (I) Hugh, Abbot of Reading [ob. 1164]
Vita S. Adjutoris, PL CXCII (1855) 1345–52
Dialogorum libri VII, ib., 1141–1248 [by bk. & col.]
 Epistolae, ib., 1131–8 [by no. & col.]
Super fide catholica, ib., 1323–46
Contra haereticos, ib., 1255–98 [by bk. & col.]
Tractatus in hexaemeron, ib., 1247–56
Tractatus de memoria, ib., 1299–1324
H. Reading (II) Hugh, Abbot of Reading [ob. 1207]
 Epistle to Celestine III (c1197), in Wilkinson Essays 29–31
H. Saltrey H. of Saltrey [Hunts] [fl. 1150]
Purgatorium S. Patricii, ed. J. Colgan, Triadis Thaumaturgae Acta (Louvain, 1647) 273–80 [by sect.]; cf. in M. Par. Maj. II 192–203; also (text from MS BL Royal i B VIII) T. Atkinson Jenkins, ‘The Espurgatoire Saint Patriz of Marie de France, with a text of the Latin original’, University of Chicago Decennial Publications 1st ser. VII (1903) 310–27 (= 78–95)
H. Sully Henry de Sully (de Soliaco), Abbot of Glastonbury [ob. 1195]
Liber, an inquisition of the manors of Glastonbury Abbey of the year 1189, ed. J. E. Jackson, Roxb. Club (1882)
Hubert Frater Hubertus [fl. 13c.]
De vita beati Roberti quondam Lincolniensis episcopi [ob. 1253], Med. & Hum. ns I (1970) 246–51 [by line]
Hugeb. Hugeburg (alias Hygeburh) [fl. c778]
Vita Willibaldi episcopi Eichstetensis [?700–86], MGH Scriptores XV (Hanover, 1887) 86–106 [by cap.]
Vita Wynnebaldi abbatis Heidenheimensis [ob. 761], ib., 106–17 [by cap.]
Huguenot Society of London, publications, I– (Lymington, 1887–)
Rotuli hundredorum (Hen. III–Ed. I), 2 vols. (RC, 1812–18); v. et. HundR
  H. M. Cam, The Hundred and the Hundred Rolls (1930)
The Rolls of Highworth Hundred (1257–87), Wilts Rec. Soc. XXI, XXII (Devizes, 1966–8)
 Hundred Rolls (Hen. III–Edw. I), MS PRO SC 5; v. et. Hund.
The Warwickshire Hundred Rolls of 1279–80, Stoneleigh and Kineton Hundreds, ed. T. John, Rec. Soc. & Econ. ns XIX (1992)
Medieval Learning & Literature: essays presented to Richard William Hunt (Oxford, 1976)
 Walter of Henley: Husbandry (c1270), ed. D. Oschinsky, (Oxford, 1971) [AN and ME cited as source of passages in Fleta]; v. et. Senesch.
Hwætberht Hwætberht (alias Eusebius), Abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow [ob. c744]
Aenigmata, in Collect. Aen. I 209–71 [by no. & line]
 Epistola, in Hist. Abb. Jarrow 30
H. Wile Henry of Wile [Wylye, Wilts] [ob. 1329]
Commentarius de Anima, MS Magdalen Coll. Ox. 63; also (extr.) Franciscan Studies XXVIII (1968) 231–48
H. Wodstone Henry of Wodstone, O. F. M. [ob. c1290]
Contra Judaeos, ed. A. G. Little, Brit. Soc. Franciscan Studies X (1922) 153–4
The Canterbury Hymnal, ed. G. R. Wieland, (Toronto Med. Latin Texts, 1982)
 Inquisitions ad quod damnum (Hen. III–Ric. III), MS PRO C 143
 Criminal Inquisitions (Hen. III–Hen. VI), MS PRO C 144
Institute of Historical Research, Bulletin, I– (London, 1925–)
Illustrations of Scottish history, 12th to 16th century, ed. J. Stevenson, Maitland Club (1834)
Irish Manuscripts Commission, publications, I– (Dublin, 1931–)
 Miscellaneous Inquisitions (1218–1485), MS PRO C 145
Four graduation speeches from Oxford manuscripts (c1270–1310), Med. Stud. XLIV (1982) 138–80
Charters relating to the Abbey of Inchaffray, Perth, SHS LVI (1908) [by p.]
 Indictments, S. E. Circuit (1559–), MS PRO Assizes 35
Inquisitio comitatus Cantabrigiensis (1086), ed. N. E. S. A. Hamilton, (1876), containing:
97–295, v. Inq. Ely
Inquisitio Eliensis (1086), in DB Add. I 495–528 [by f.]; also in Inq. Cantab. 97–295 [differs from text in DB Add.]
Inquisition of the manors of Glastonbury abbey (1189), ed. J. E. Jackson, Roxb. Club (1882)
Nonarum inquisitiones in Curia Scaccarii (temp. Ed. III), ed. G. Vanderzee, (RC, 1807)
Instructio noviciorum secundum consuetudinem ecclesiae Cantuariensis (?13c.), ed. M. D. Knowles, (Med. Texts, 1951) 133–49 [by f.]; v. et. Lanfr. Const.
Institutiones B. Gilberti ordinis de Sempringham (c1148), in MonA VI pp. *xxix–*xcix, between pp. 946 and 947 [roman pag. in ed. 1846 differs from that in ed. 1817–30]
Inventories of Christchurch Canterbury (1294–18c.), ed. J. W. Legg & W. H. St. J. Hope, (1902)
 Inventories of goods and chattels:
(1207–8), Pipe R. Soc. ns XXXI (1955) 119–25
later rolls (John–), MS PRO E 154
The inventory of John Hexham, a fifteenth century apothecary (1415), Medical History IX (1965) 79 [by no.]
Archdeaconry of Norwich, Inventory of church goods (1368), 1 vol. in 2, Norf Rec. Soc. XIX (1947–8)
Inventories of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London:
(1245), Arch. L (1887) 464–500
(1402), ib., 500–518
(1445), ib., 518–24
Inventarium omnium librorum pertinentium ad domumfratrum Heremitarum Sancti Augustini (1372), N. & Q. 1st ser. I (1850) 83–4; also ed. M. R. James, Fasciculus Joanni Willis Clark dicatus (Cambridge, 1909) 19–83
 Inquisitions post mortem, MS PRO:
(Hen. III), C 132
(Ed. I), C 133
(Ed. II), C 134
(Ed. III), C 135
(Ric. II), C 136
(Hen. IV), C 137
(Hen. V), C 138
(Hen. VI), C 139
(Ed. IV), C 140
(Ric. III), C 141
(Hen. VII, Hen. VIII, etc.), C 142
Ireland John Ireland, Rector of Hawick [fl. 1480]
De immaculata conceptione virginis Mariae, (extr.) ed. M. Esposito, EHR XXXIV (1919) 68–71 [by f.]
Isis, I– (Brussels & Cambridge, Mass., 1913–)
Is. Stella Isaac of Stella [1110–c1167]
De anima, PL CXCIV 1875–90
De canone missae, ib., 1889–96
 Sermones, ed. A. Hoste, Sources chrétiennes CXXX, CCVII (1967–74) [by no., sect., & col.]:
Collect. OCR XLIII (1981) 34–55
 Issue Rolls of the Exchequer of Receipt (1240–1480), MS PRO E 403
Modus procedendi in itinere camerarii infra regnum Scocie, in APScot I 693–702 [by cap.]; also in RegiamM I ff. 162–70
De articulis inquirendis in itinere camerarii, in APScot I 680–2
Itinerarium Johannis Maundeville de mirabilibus mundi (transl. c1400), (extr.) EETS CCLIII (1963)
Itinerarium peregrinorum et gesta regis Ricardi (c1200) [attrib. Ricardus de Templo, prior of Holy Trinity, London], in Mem. Ric. I I 3–450 [by bk. and cap.]; (anon. source of Bk. I) ed. H. E. Mayer, MGH Schriften XVIII (Stuttgart, 1962)
J. Acton John of Acton (alias Ayton) [ob. 1350]
Commentaria in constitutiones legatinas D. Othonis et D. Othoboni, (Oxford, 1679) [pub. w. Lyndw.; sep. pag.]
Jahrbuch für romanische und englische Literatur, I– (Berlin, 1859–)
 Joannes Balbus Januensis: Catholicon (1286), (J. Gutenberg, Mainz, 1460; facs. 1971)
J. Bath John of Bath, ?monk of Dore [fl. 1200]
Notes on Osb. Glouc. Deriv., MS Hereford Cath. P.V. 5; also (extr.) Med. & R. Stud. IV (1958) 277–81
J. Blund John Blund [ob. 1248]
Tractatus de anima (c1200), ed. D. A. Callus & R. W. Hunt, Auct. Brit. II (1970) [by sect.]
J. Bridl. St. John of Bridlington [ob. 1379]
prophecies [attrib.] v. Pol. Poems
J. Brigg. John of Briggis, portionist of Merton College, Oxford [fl. 1380–1407]
Compilatio de Arte Dictandi, ed. M. Camargo, Medieval Rhetorics of Prose Composition (Binghamton, N. Y., 1995) 93–9
J. Burgh John de Burgh [ob. 1386]
Pupilla oculi, (Strasbourg, 1514) [by bk. & cap.]
J. Bury John of Bury [fl. 1420–70]
Gladius Salomonis (c1460), (extr.) (Repressor), RS XIX (1860) II 566–613; v. et. Pecock Abbr.
J. Carpenter John Carpenter, Common Clerk of London [c1441] v. MGL
J. Cheke
  Sir John Cheke, De Pronuntiatione Linguae Potissimum Graecae (Basel, 1555)
J. Cornw. John of Cornwall (alias de Sancto Germano) [fl. 1170]
Libellus de canone mystici libaminis [attrib.], PL CLXXVII (1854) 455–70
Eulogium ad Alexandrum III Papam (c1178), PL CXCIX (1855) 1043–86; superseded by Med. Stud. XIII (1951) 256–300 [by cap.]
Prophetia Merlini (c1156), ed. C. J. Greith, Spicilegium Vaticanum (Frauenfeld, 1838) 92–106; checked against ed. M. J. Curley, Speculum LVII (1982) 217–49; also Études celtiques XIV (1974) 35–41 [by line of ed. Greith & (line of ed. Curley)]
Apologia de Verbo incarnato [attrib.], PL CLXXVII (1854) 295–316; superseded by Franciscan Studies XVI (1956) 110–43
J. Cotton John Cotton [fl. 12c.]
Tractatus de musica, PL CL (1854) 1391–1430; superseded by (Johannis Affligemensis De musica cum tonario), Corp. Script. Mus. I (1950) [cited only in Fasc. I–II]
Jewel John Jewel [1522–71]
Apologia ecclesiae Anglicanae (1562), [by signature]; also ed. J. Ayre, Parker Society (1848)
  V. D. Lipman, Jews of Medieval Norwich, (Jewish Hist. Soc.) (1967)
J. Exon. Joseph of Exeter [fl. c1180–94]
Antiocheis, ed. L. Gompf, Joseph Iscanus Werke und Briefe (Leiden & Cologne, 1970) 212 [by line]
De Bello Trojano, ib., 77–211 [by bk. & line]; also (repr. of ed. 1620) ed. A. J. Valpy, (Delphin Classics, 1825)
 Epistolae, ed. L. Gompf, Joseph Iscanus Werke und Briefe (Leiden & Cologne, 1970) 220–8 [by no. & line; letter addressed to Joseph cited as Ep. J. Exon.]
De Beato Martino, ib., 218–19 [by stanza]
De laudibus Virginitatis, ib., 213–17 [by line]
J. Ford John of Ford [ob. c1200]
Super extremam partem Cantici canticorum sermones CXX, CC cont. med. XVII, XVIII (1970) [by no. & sect.]:
Sermo in dominica in Ramispalmorum, ib., II 812–21 [by sect.]
Vita B. Wulfrici [ob. 1154], Som Rec. Soc. XLVII (1932) [by cap.]
J. Foxton John Foxton [1369–c1450]
Liber Cosmographiae (1408), ed. J. B. Friedman, Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History X (Leiden, 1988) [by cap. & q., prop., or dist.]
J. Furness Jocelin (alias Jordan) of Furness [fl. 1175×1214]
Vita S. Helenae, MS Corpus Christi Coll. Camb. 252 ff. 166v–183v; also ed. A. Harbus, Helena of Britain in Medieval Legend (Woodbridge, 2002) [by f.]
Vita S. Kentigerni, ed. A. P. Forbes, (Lives of St. Ninian and St. Kentigern), Historians of Scotland V (Edinburgh, 1874) 159–242 [by cap.]; v. et. V. Kentig.
Vita S. Patricii (c1185), Acta SS. Boll. Mar. II (1668) 540–80 [by cap.]
Vita S. Walthevi [ob. 1159] (1207×1214) [attrib.], Acta SS. Boll. Aug. I (1733) 248–76 [by cap.]; v. et. Walth. Ep.
J. Glast. John of Glastonbury [fl. 1400]
Historia de rebus Glastoniensibus (foundation–1342), ed. T. Hearne, 2 vols. [cont. pag. w. app.] (Oxford, 1726); superseded by ed. J. P. Carley, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1978); subsequently by The Chronicle of Glastonbury Abbey (Woodbridge, 1985) [by cap.], containing:
I 272–83, v. Wych
  V. et. Domerh. Glast., W. Malm. Glast.
J. Godard John Godard, Abbot of Newenham [ob. p1248]
Apostropha in Virginem gloriosam, Anal. Cist. X (1954) 246–67
 Epistola ad sororem, ib., 220–45
J. Herd John Herd [ob. 1588]
Historia Quatuor Regum Angliae [Ed. IV, Ed. V, Ric. III, Hen. VII] (1562), Roxb. Club (1868)
J. Hex. John of Hexham [fl. 1180]
Continuation [of S. Durh. HR] (1130–53), (Symeonis Dunelmensis Opera), RS LXXV (1882–5) II 284–332
J. Holland John of Holland [fl. 1370]
De Motu, (extr.) in Sci. Mech. 248–50, 268–9n
J. Howd. John of Howden [ob. 1275]
Canticum amoris, Surtees Soc. CLIV (1939) 206–40 [by stanza]
Quinquaginta cantica, ib., 8–117 [by stanza]
Cythara, ib., 118–75 [by stanza & line]
Quindecim gaudia, ib., 1–7 [by stanza & line]
Lira, ib., 203–5 [by stanza & line]
O mira creatura, ib., 241–2 [by stanza]
Philomena, Hymnologische Beiträge IV (Leipzig, 1930) [by stanza]
Practica Chilindri or The Working of the Cylinder, ed. E. Brock, Chaucer Soc. 2nd ser. IX (1868) 64–80
Quinquaginta salutationes, Surtees Soc. CLIV (1939) 176–93 [by stanza & line]
Viola, ib., 194–202 [by line]
J. Kelso John, Abbot of Kelso [fl. 1170]
 Letter to Adam of Dryburgh, PL CXCVIII (1855) 623–8; v. et. Ad. Scot TT
J. Lond. John of London (alias John Bever) [ob. c1311]
Tractatus de Bruto abbreviato [prose & verse compilation based on G. Mon.], (extr.) Mod. Philol. XXXIV (1937) 121–31
Commendatio lamentabilis in transitu magni Regis Edwardi (1307), in Chr. Ed. I & II II 1–21
J. Malvern John of Malvern [ob. 1414] v. Chr. Westm., Higd. Cont. A
J. Mason John Mason [1270–1350]
A formulary of letters from St. Augustine’s, Canterbury (1307–50), in Wilkinson Essays 192–219
J. Mirfield John Mirfield [fl. 1390]
Breviarium Bartholomei, (extr.) ed. P. H. S. Hartley & H. R. Aldridge, Johannes de Mirfeld of St. Bartholomew’s Smithfield, his life and works (Cambridge, 1936) 46–94
Florarium Bartholomei, (extr.) ib., 114–62
Sinonoma Bartholomei [attrib.] v. SB
Journal of Medieval Latin, I– (1991–)
J. Norfolk John Norfolk, fellow of All Souls [ob. 1467]
In artem progressionis summula, in Rara Math. 94–106
The Gospel according to Saint John, cited from the Lindisfarne Gospels, wr. c697, glossed 970, ed. W. W. Skeat, (Cambridge, 1878) [by cap. & verse]
Jo. Reading John of Reading, O. F. M. [fl. c1320]
In Sententias:
I d. 3 q. 3, Franciscan Studies XXIX (1969) 77–156
prol. q. 2, Franciscan Studies XXVI (1966) 40–51
Joseph Cant. Joseph, monk of Christ Church, Canterbury [ob. p1114]
Pilgrimage to Constantinople and Jerusalem (c1090), EHR XXV (1910) 293–5
J. Oxford John of Oxford, monk of Luffield [fl. 1268–84]
De placitis et curiis tenendis (c1270), (extr.) in CBaron 68–78
J. Reading John of Reading [ob. c1369]
Chronica, ed. J. Tait, (Manchester, 1914) [by f.], containing:
187–227, v. Chr. Cant.
Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, I– (Manchester, 1903–)
J. Rodington John of Rodington, O. F. M. [ob. 1348]
Quodlibet de conscientia, (extr.) in Grabmann Studies 112–68
In primum Sententiarum, (Milan, 1506)
J. Rous John Rous (alias Ross) [ob. 1491]
Historia Regum Angliae (–1485), ed. T. Hearne, 2nd ed. (Oxford, 1745)
J. Sal. John of Salisbury [ob. 1180]
Life of St. Anselm [abridged from Eadmer Mir. Anselmi and Eadmer V. Anselmi], PL CXCIX (1855) 1009–40
Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (c1158), ed. C. Petersen, (Hamburg, 1843); superseded from Fasc. IV by Traditio XXXI (1975) 137–93; and subsequently by ed. J. van Laarhoven, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters XVII (3 vols.) (1987) I 105–227 [by line]
Entheticus in Policraticum, in J. Sal. Pol. 1–11; superseded by ed. J. van Laarhoven, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters XVII (3 vols.) (1987) I 231–49 [by line]
 Epistolae, PL CXCIX (1855) 1–378; superseded by ed. W. J. Millor, H. E. Butler & C. N. L. Brooke, 2 vols. (Med. Texts, 1955, 1979) [by no. of PL & (no. of Med. Texts); letters to John cited as Ep. J. Sal.]
Historiae pontificalis quae supersunt (1148–52), ed. R. L. Poole, (Oxford, 1927); superseded by ed. M. Chibnall, (Med. Texts, 1956) [by cap.]
Carmen de membris conspirantibus [attrib.], PL CXCIX (1855) 1005–8
Metalogicon (1159), ed. C. C. J. Webb, (Oxford, 1929); also ed. J. B. Hall, CC cont. med. XCVIII (1991) [by col. of PL CXCIX]
Policraticus (1159), ed. C. C. J. Webb, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1909); also (bks I–IV) ed. K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, CC cont. med. CXVIII (1993) [by col. of PL], containing:
De septem septenis [attrib.], PL CXCIX (1855) 945–64
Vita S. Thomae, in Becket Mat. II 302–22 [by cap.]; v. et. A. Tewk. Prol. Thom.
J. Scawby John of Scawby [Schalby] [fl. c1324]
Vita episcoporum Lincolniensium, in Gir. VII 193–216
J. Seward John Seward [1364–1435]
Miscellaneous writings, Med. & R. Stud. I (1941–3) 85–104
J. Sheppey John of Sheppey [ob. 1360]
 Fabulae, ed. L. Hervieux, Les Fabulistes latins IV (Paris, 1896) 417–50 [by no.]
J. Shirwood John Shirwood, Bishop of Durham [ob. 1494]
Liber de arithmomachia, (Rome, 1482)
J. St. Giles John of St. Giles [fl. 1230]
Experimenta, MS Bodley Bodl. 786 ff. 170–71v
Sermones, ed. M. M. Davy, ‘Les Sermons universitaires parisiens de 1230–31’, Études de philosophie médiévale XV (Paris, 1931) 271–98
J. Tilb. John of Tilbury [fl. 1168–74]
Epistola de arte notaria (c1174), (extr.) ed. V. Rose, Hermes VIII (1874) 310–26
J. Tynemouth John of Tynemouth, monk of St. Albans [ob. c1348]
Historia Aurea, (extr.) EHR XLIII (1928) 208–15
Sanctilogium Angliae, Walliae, Scotiae, et Hiberniae v. NLA
The Latin Judas Story (?12c.), EETS CIII (1894) 68–70
  Thomas Craig [ob. 1608], Jus Feudale (1603) [by p. of ed. 1655]
 Assize Rolls etc. (1201–1482), MS PRO JUST 1
J. Waldeby John Waldeby, O. S. A. [1315–c1372]
Tractatus in salutationem angelicam, ed. M. J. Morrin, Studia Augustiniana Historica II (Rome, 1975) 81–153
J. Waleys John Waleys (Wallensis) [ob. c1285]Opera (Lyon, 1511):
Breviloquium de sapientia sanctorum (1272×1275), ff. 195–200v [by cap.]
Breviloquium de quatuor virtutibus cardinalibus (1265×1270), ff. 200v–16 [by cap.]
Communiloquium or Summa collationum ad omne genus hominum (1265×1270), ff. 1–139v [by bk., dist., & cap.]
Floriloquium sive compendiloquium de vita et dictis illustrium philosophorum (1272×1275), ff. 140–94 [by bk., dist., & cap.]
Comparatio mundi ad ludum schakarum [addition to J. Waleys Commun. I 10. 7], Speculum VI (1931) 463–5
Ordinarium or Alphabetum vitae religiosae (p1270), Opera ff. 217–55 [by part & cap.]
J. Wallingf. v. Chr. Wallingf.
J. Whytefeld John Whytefeld [14c.]
Catalogue of the library of St. Martin’s Dover (1389), in Libr. Cant. Dov. 407–9, 434
J. Worc. John, monk of Worcester [fl. 1140]
Chronicle (1118–40), ed. J. R. H. Weaver, Anecd. Oxon. XIII (1908) [supersedes Fl. Worc. II 71–136]
J. Yonge James Yonge [fl. 1425]
Memoriale super visitatione Laurentii Ratholdi ad Purgatorium S. Patricii (c1411), Anal. Boll. XXVII (1908) 43–60 [by cap.]
Medii Aevi Kalendarium, ed. R. T. Hampson, (1841) I 397–460 [by p.]; no. I, pp. 397–420, superseded by (except verses before and after each month) ed. P. McGurk, ‘The Metrical Calendar of Hampson’, Anal. Boll. CIV (1986) 90–125 [by line]; (verses before and after each month) ed. J. Hennig, Traditio XI (1955) 65–90, containing:
pp. 397–420 (= ll. 1–365), I (10c.)
422–33, II (11c.)
435–46, III (11c.)
449–60, IV (14c.)
Un témoin Anglo-Saxon du calendrier d’York (c800), Rev. Ben. XLVI (1934) 65–8
The Kalendar of Abbot Samson [ob. 1212] of Bury St. Edmunds [Suff], Camd. 3rd ser. LXXXIV (1954), containing:
1–72, Liber de consuetudinibus monasterii S. Edmundi (c1186–91) [by f.]
73–170, charters (1182–1211) [by no.]
 King’s Bench Controlment Rolls (1329–), MS PRO KB 29
Liber S. Mariae de Calchou, 2 vols., Bannatyne Club (1846) [by no.]
Ketel William Ketel [fl. 1150]
Miracles of St. John of Beverley, in Hist. Church York I 261–91
Killingworth John Killingworth [ob. 1445]
Algorismus, (extr.) EHR XXIX (1914) 707–17
Kilvington Richard Kilvington [ob. a1362]
Sophismata (c1325), ed. N. Kretzmann & B. E. Kretzmann, (The Sophismata of Richard Kilvington), Auct. Brit. XII (1990) [by no. & sect.]; also (extr.) ed. C. Wilson, William Heytesbury (Madison, Wisc., 1956) 163–8
Kilwardby Robert Kilwardby, Archbishop of Canterbury [ob. 1279]
Epistola ad Petrum de Confleto (1277), ed. F. Ehrle, Archiv für Literatur- und Kirchengeschichte des Mittelalters V (1889) 603–35; repr. in ed. F. Ehrle, Gesammelte Aufsätze zu englischen Scholastik (Rome, 1970) 18–44 [by p.]; cf. BGPM XX v (1922) 36–69
In Donati Artem majorem III, ed. L. Schmücker, (Brixen, 1984)
 Epistolae, ed. E. M. F. Sommer-Seckendorff, Studies in the life of Robert Kilwardby, O. P. (Rome, 1937) 177–85
Der Traktat des Robert Kilwardby O. P. De Imagine et vestigio Trinitatis, ed. F. Stegmüller, AHDLMA X (1935–6) 337–407
Injunctions for Merton College (1276), ed. H. W. Garrod, (Oxford, 1929)
Sermo in capite jejunii [MS Trin. Coll. Camb. B. x. 38 ff. 208v–212v], ed. E. M. F. Sommer-Seckendorff, Studies in the life of Robert Kilwardby, O. P. (Rome, 1937) 163–76
De necessitate incarnationis, (extr.) RTAM VIII (1936) 98–100
De natura relationis, ed. L. Schmücker, (Lenggries, 1980) [by cap.]
De natura theologiae [= Prologus in Sententias], ed. F. Stegmüller, Opusc. & Text. XVII (1935)
De ortu scientiarum, ed. A. G. Judy, Auct. Brit. IV (1976) [by sect.]
Sermo in dominica in Passione [MS Trin. Coll. Camb. B. 15. 38 ff. 212v–215v] (a1272), AFP LII (1982) 101–113
Super Priscianum Majorem [attrib.], CIMA XV (1975)
Quomodo Deus sit homini philosopho cognitus, (extr.) in N. & E. (Hauréau) V 116–30; superseded by Kilwardby OS [= capp. 27 & 53]
Responsio de XLIII quaestionibus, AFP XLVII (1977) 10–50
Quaestiones in libros Sententiarum, ed. J. Schneider et al., Texte aus der mittelalterlichen Geisteswelt (Munich):
in librum primum, XIII (1986)
in librum secundum, XVI (1992)
in librum tertium, X, XII (1982, 1985)
in librum quartum, XVII (1993)
De Spiritu fantastico, MS Balliol Coll. Ox. 3 [by f.]
De spiritu phantastico [MS Balliol Coll. Ox. 3], ed. P. O. Lewry, Auct. Brit. IX (1987–93) [by f.]
  [attrib.] v. Ps.-Gros.
De tempore, (extr.) in Grabmann Studies 855–61; superseded by ed. P. O. Lewry, Auct. Brit. IX (1987–93) [by sect.]
A calendar of documents in the church chest of Kingsthorpe [Northants] (c1350–1705), ed. J. H. Glover, (1883)
  J. H. Round, The King’s Serjeants and Officers of State, with their Coronation Services (1911)
History of the King’s Works, ed. H. M. Colvin, I– (HMSO, 1963–)
Knapwell Richard Knapwell (alias Clapwell) [fl. 1286]
Quaestio disputata de unitate formae, ed. F. E. Kelley, Bibliothèque thomiste XLIV (1982)
Notabilia super primum Sententiarum usque ad distinctionem XIX, AHDLMA III (1928) 185–200
Correctorium corruptorii ‘Quare’, Bibliothèque thomiste IX (Kain, 1927)
Quodlibet, (extr.) Zeitschr. kath. Theol. LII (Innsbruck, 1928) 473–91
Knighton Henry Knighton [fl. c1366]
Chronicon (939–1366), 2 vols., RS XCII (1889–95) I, II 1–123; from Fasc. VI text of vol. II checked against ed. C. H. Martin, Knighton’s Chronicle 1337–1396 (Med. Texts, 1995):
  [anon.] (1377–95), RS XCII (1895) II 124–322
 Records of the Exchequer, King’s Remembrancer, MS PRO:
 Accounts, Various (Hen. II–), E 101
 Customs Accounts (Ed. I–), E 122
 Ecclesiastical documents (John–), E 135
 Extents and Inquisitions (Hen. III–), E 143
 Forest Proceedings (Hen. III–), E 146
v. Invent. Exch.
 Memoranda Rolls (1216–), E 159
Memoranda Roll 1230–1, Pipe R. Soc. ns XI (1933)
 Miscellanea (Hen. II–), E 163
 Miscellaneous Books, 1st ser. (Hen. III–), E 164, containing:
12, v. BBExch
 Special Commissions (Eliz. I–), E 178
  (Hen. III–), E 202
Kykeley Kykeley, O. F. M. [fl. c1300]
Quaestio de cooperatione divina, Bohoslovia X (Lviv, 1932) 194–228
Kymer Gilbert Kymer, Dean of Salisbury [ob. 1463]
Diaetarium de sanitatis custodia (1424), (extr.) in BBExch II 550–9 [by cap.]
Kyn. John Kynyngham (alias Cunningham) [ob. 1399] v. Ziz.
Letters and Papers illustrative of the reign of Henry VIII, 21 vols. & 2 vols. addenda (HMSO, 1884–1932)
Letters and Papers illustrative of the reigns of Richard III and Henry VII, 2 vols., RS XXIV (1861–3)
Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, publications, I– (1879–)
  J. Earle, A handbook to the Land-charters and other Saxonic documents (Oxford, 1888)
Chronicon de Lanercost [Cumb] (1201–1346), 2 vols., Bannatyne Club (1839)
Lanfr. Lanfranc, Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 1089]
Annotatiunculae in Cassiani collationes, PL CL (1854) 443–4
De celanda confessione libellus, ib., 625–32
Commentaria in epistolas S. Pauli (c1060), ib., 101–406; partly checked against ed. L. d’Achery, (1648)
Monastic constitutions (c1077), ed. M. D. Knowles, (Med. Texts, 1951) 1–132 [by p. of Giles’s ed. (printed in marg.)]; reprinted w. extra notes as Corpus consuetudinum monasticarum III (Siegburg, 1967); v. et. Instr. Nov.
De corpore et sanguine Domini (a1070), PL CL 407–42
 Epistolae, ib., 516–51 [by no.]; superseded by ed. H. Clover & M. Gibson, (Med. Texts, 1979) [by no. of PL & (no. of Med. Texts); letters to Lanfranc cited as Ep. Lanfr.]
Sermo sive sententiae, PL CL 637–40
  R. L. Storey, Thomas Langley and the bishopric of Durham 1406–1437 (1961):
Report of inquisition by royal commissioners [MS PRO C 49/23], ib., app. B 245–62
Lantfr. Lantfred [fl. 980]
 Epistola Lantfrithi ad Wintonienses, in Mem. Dunst. 369–70; superseded by Lantfr. Swith.
  [all superseded by Lantfr. Swith.]:
Historia translationis et miraculorum S. Swithuni, (extr.) Acta SS. Boll. Jul. I (1719) 331–7
S. Swithuni Wintoniensis episcopi translatio et miracula, Anal. Boll. IV (1885) 377–410
ib., 372–7
Translatio et miracula S. Swithuni, ed. M. Lapidge, Winchester Studies IV pt. ii (2003) [by cap.]
Lathbury John Lathbury, O. F. M. [fl. 1350]
Liber moralium super Threnis Jeremiae, (Oxford, 1482)
A selection of Latin Stories of the 13th and 14th centuries, ed. T. Wright, (1842)
Lavenham Richard Lavenham, Carmelite [? ob. p1399]
De natura instantium, De prima instanti, CIMA XLIX (1985) 7–23
Summulae logicales [by cap. & p.]:
(capp. 1–9, 12) Franciscan Studies XL (1980) 377–409
(capp. 10, 11) Med. Stud. XXXV (1973) 44–59
Obligationes, Revista critica di storia della filosofia XXXIII (1978) 226–41 [by sect.]
Scire, Med. Stud. XLVI (1984) 13–30 [by sect.]
 V. et. Ziz.
Documents relating to the Law and Custom of the Sea (1205–1767), 2 vols., Navy Rec. Soc. XLIX, L (1915–16)
Select cases concerning the Law Merchant ad1270–1638, 3 vols., Selden Soc. XXIII, XLVI, XLIX (1908–32)
The Charter or Laws and Customs of Romney Marsh, ed. H. de Bathe, (London, 1686), containing:
1–55, documents (13c.–14c.)
55–75, charter (1360)
 Letter Books of the City of London, MS Corporation of London RO; also (extr.) in MGL I 534–739 [by f.]; v. et. Cal. LB Lond
Lexicon Chymicum (1652), in Bibl. Chem. I 217–90 [cited only to elucidate other passages]
L. Durh. Laurence, Prior of Durham [ob. 1154]
Vita S. Brigidae, Acta SS. Boll. Feb. I (1658) 172–85 [by cap.]; also in VSH Salm. 1–37
Consolatio de morte amici, ed. U. Kindermann, (Breslau, 1969)
Dialogi, Surtees Soc. LXX (1880) 1–61 [by bk. & line]
 Letter to Ailred (pref. to L. Durh. Brig.), Sacris Erudiri XI (1960) 263–5
Hypognosticon, (extr.) Surtees Soc. LXX (1880) 62–71
Ledrede Richard de Ledrede, Bishop of Ossory [ob. c1361]
Carmina, (extr.) in RB Ossory 242–53; also ed. E. Colledge, (Toronto, 1974); ed. R. L. Greene, (Oxford, 1974); superseded by ed. T. Stemmler, Latin Hymns of Richard Ledrede (Mannheim, 1975) [by no. & line]
Leechdoms, wortcunning and starcraft of early England, 3 vols., ed. O. Cockayne, RS XXXV (1864–6), containing:
III 297–305, v. Gl. Durh.
Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, Lit. & Hist. Sect., proceedings, I– (Leeds, 1925–)
Leeke Laurence Leeke, Prior of Norwich [ob. 1357]
Historiola de vita et morte Willelmi Bateman Norwicensis episcopi [ob. 1355], ed. F. Peck, Desiderata Curiosa (1735) II, Bk. VII item 1 [by sect.]
The Coventry Leet Book (1420–1555), 4 vols., EETS CXXXIV, CXXXV, CXXXVIII, CXLVI (1907–13)
Leet jurisdiction in the city of Norwich, Selden Soc. V (1892)
Leges Anglorum Londoniis collectae (c1210), ed. F. Liebermann, (Halle, 1894)
De antiquis legibus liber, London Chronicle (1178–1274) of Arnold Fitzthedmar [ob. c1274], Camd. Soc. XXXIV (1846)
Leg. Hen. v. GAS
Leges et consuetudines quatuor burgorum, Berewic, Rokisburg, Edinburg, et Strivelin (c1270), in APScot I 329-56 [by cap.]
Liber legum Howell Da, ed. H. D. Emanuel, The Latin texts of the Welsh Laws (Cardiff, 1967) [by letter & p.]:
Redaction A (a1200), 109–58
Redaction B (c1250), 193–259
Redaction C (p1258), 276–90
Redaction D (c1280), 316–97
Redaction E (14c.), 434–509
Lesley John Lesley (alias Leslie), Bishop of Ross [ob. 1596]
De origine, moribus, et rebus gestis Scotorum, (Rome, 1578)
Letters relating to the Priory of Christ Church Canterbury (14c.–16c.), Camd. Soc. ns XIX (1877)
The Letter Book of Robert Joseph (1530–), OHS ns XIX (1957) [by no.]
Levins Peter Levins [fl. 1552–87]
Manipulus Vocabulorum (1570), EETS XXVII (1867)
Liber antiquus de ordinationibus vicariarum tempore Hugonis Wells Linc. Ep., 1209–35, (Lincoln, 1888)
Liber Custumarum, the book of the ancient usages of Northampton to 1448, ed. C. A. Markham, (Northampton, 1895)
Liber Eliensis (499–1171), Camd. 3rd ser. XCII (1962) [by bk. & cap.], containing:
II capp. 143–4, v. T. Ely Etheldr. Transl.
capp. III 27–138 (passim), v. T. Ely Etheldr. Mir.
  V. et. Ric. Ely
 Liberate Rolls, Chancery (1200–1436), MS PRO C 62; v. et. Cal. Liberate:
 Liberate Rolls, Exchequer (1219–1306), MS PRO E 403
 Rotuli de Liberate (1200–4), (RC, 1844), containing:
109–71, v. Misae
173–253, v. Praest.
Officium ecclesiasticum abbatum secundum usum Eveshamensis monasterii (1282–1316), HBS VI (1893) [by col.]
Liber exemplorum ad usum praedicantium (13c.), ed. A. G. Little, Brit. Soc. Franciscan Studies I (Aberdeen, 1908)
Liber monasterii de Hyda [Hants] (455–1023), RS XLV (1866)
Liber primus Kilkenniensis (1231–1586), (IMC, Dublin, 1931); also (corrigenda) Analecta Hibernica XXVI (1970) 73–87
Liber Landavensis, ed. J. Rhys & J. G. Evans, The Text of the Book of Llan Dâv (Oxford, 1893)
Liber memorandorum ecclesie de Bernewelle [Cambs] [1092–1296] (1295–6, w. later addit. to 1304), ed. J. W. Clark, (Cambridge, 1907); v. et. Obs. Barnwell
Liber Monstrorum (c700), ed. F. Porsia, (Bari, 1976) [by bk. & cap.]
Liber protocollorum S. [i. e. Cuthbert Simon] notarii publici et scribae capituli Glasguensis (1499–1513), 2 vols., Grampian Club (Glasgow, 1875); v. et. Rent. Glasg.
The ancient Libraries of Canterbury and Dover, ed. M. R. James, (Cambridge, 1903), containing:
407–9, 434, v. J. Whytefeld Pref. Catal.
Liber regalis seu ordo consecrandi regem, etc. (c1380), Roxb. Club (1870); also in Rec. Coronation 81–112 [by f.]
Liber Wintoniae [ff. 1–12b (c1110) and ff. 13b–33 (1148)], in DB Add. I 529–62 [by f.]
Linacre Thomas Linacre [ob. 1524]
De emendata structura Latini sermonis (1524), [by f.]; some refs. to (Leipzig, 1591)
Lincoln Record Society, publications, I– (1911–)
Literae Cantuarienses (14c.–16c.), 3 vols., RS LXXXV (1887–9)
The Little Red Book of Bristol (1331–1574), ed. F. B. Bickley, 2 vols. (Bristol, 1900)
Litterae Walliae, preserved in Liber A [TR Bk. 274] in the PRO (1217–92), ed. J. G. Edwards, (Cardiff, 1940) [by no.]
Liv. Titus Livius de Frulovisiis [fl. 15c.]
Vita Henrici V regis Angliae (p1437), ed. T. Hearne, (Oxford, 1716) [by f.]
Opera hactenus inedita T. Livii de Frulovisiis, ed. C. W. Previté-Orton, (Cambridge, 1932)
Lives of Edward the Confessor, RS III (1858), containing:
359–77, v. V. Ed. Conf. Metr.
379–83, v. V. Ed. Conf. Metr.
389–435, v. V. Ed. Conf.
  M. Weinbaum, London unter Eduard I und II 2 vols. (Stuttgart, 1933)
Manuscripts of W. M. Molyneux of Loseley Park [Surrey], HMC Rep. VII (1877) 596–681
L. Somercote Lawrence of Somercote, canon of Chichester [fl. 13c.]
Tractatus sive summa deformis electionum episcoporum faciendarum (1254), ed. A. von Wretschko, (Weimar, 1907); also in Stat. Linc. II cxxv–cxlii
 Records of the Exchequer, Lord Treasurers’s Remembrancer and Pipe Office, MS PRO:
 Accounts Miscellaneous (Ed. II–), E 358
 Customs Accounts (Ed. I–Eliz. I), E 356
 Customs Accounts (Ed. I), E 356
 Declared Accounts, Pipe Office (1500–), E 351
 Escheators’ Accounts (1323–), E 357
 Wardrobe and Household Accounts (1257–1548), E 361
 Entrolled Estreats (Ed. VI–), E 362
 Memoranda Rolls (1216–), E 368
 Memoranda Rolls (1199–1200 and 1207–8), Pipe R. Soc. ns XXXI, XXXII (1957)
 Miscellaneous Rolls (Hen. II–), E 370
Lucian Lucian, monk of St. Werburgh’s, Chester [fl. 1200]
Liber Luciani de laude Cestriae (c1195), Lancs & Chesh Rec. Soc. LXIV (1912) 1–78
Ludus Anglicorum (14c.), ed. D. W. Fiske, Chess in Iceland (Florence, 1905) 161–5
Ludus Coventriae or the plaie called Corpus Christi, ed. K. Block, EETS extra ser. CXX (1922 for 1917, repr. 1960) [by f.]
The Gospel according to Saint Luke, cited from the Lindisfarne Gospels, wr. c697, glossed 970, ed. W. W. Skeat, (Cambridge, 1874) [by cap. & verse]
Lupset Thomas Lupset [ob. 1530]
 Letters, ed. J. Archer Gee, Life and Works of Thomas Lupset (New Haven, Conn., 1928) 295–321
Lutterell John Lutterell [ob. 1335]
Libellus contra doctrinam Guilelmi Occam, ed. F. Hoffmann, Erfurter theologische Studien VI (Leipzig, 1959) 3–102 [by sect.]
Epistula de visione beatifica, ib., 103–19 [by f.]
Lyndw. William Lyndwood [ob. 1446]
Provinciale (1434), (Oxford, 1679) [by p. & serial letter]; v. et. J. Acton
The Macro Plays, ed. M. Eccles, EETS OS 262 (1969)
Magna Carta:
(1215), in SelCh 292–302 [by cap.]
(1216), ib., 336–9 [by cap.]
Maidstone Clement Maidstone (alias Maydeston) [ob. c1456]
Tracts, HBS VII (1894) 1–237
Maitland Club, publications, I–LXXV (Glasgow, 1829–59)
Major John Major (alias Mair) [ob. 1550]
Historia Majoris Britanniae, (Paris, 1521, new ed. Edinburgh, 1740) [by bk. & cap.]
Malachy Malachias Hibernicus, Franciscan, Archb.-elect of Tuam [fl. 1280]
Tractatus de veneno, (Paris, 1518); also (extr.) ed. M. Esposito, EHR XXXIII (1918) 359–61 [by f.]
Maldon Thomas Maldon, O. Carm. [ob. 1404]
Lectura in Psalmum cxviii, MS Balliol Coll. Ox. 80 ff. 190–232; also (extr.) Carmelus XXIX (1982) 193–235 [by f.]
M. Alnwick Martin of Alnwick (alias Martinus Anglicus), O. F. M. [ob. 1336]
De veritate et falsitate propositionis (a1311), ed. L. M. de Rijk, ‘Some 14c. tracts on the Probationes Terminorum’, Artistarium III (1982) 7–33
  J. H. Round, Geoffrey de Mandeville, a study of the anarchy (1892)
Manuale et processionale ad usum insignis Ecclesie Eboracensis (14c.), Surtees Soc. LXIII (1875) 1–207, containing:
app. 1*–112*, v. Man. Sal.
Manners and household expenses of England in the 13th and 15th centuries, Roxb. Club LVII (1841), containing:
3–85, Household roll of Eleanor, Countess of Leicester (1265)
95–145, Accounts of the executors of Eleanor, Queen Consort (1291–2)
Manuale ad usum percelebris ecclesiae Sarum (prob. mainly 15c. printed Rouen, 1543), ed. A. J. Collins, HBS XCI (1960); also (in abbr. form) in Man. Ebor. app. 1*–112*
Map Walter Map [ob. c1210]
De nugis curialium, ed. M. R. James, Anecd. Oxon. XIV (1914); superseded by (Med. Texts, 1983) [by bk., cap., & f.]; v. et. Ps.-Map
The Marcher lordships of S. Wales (1415–1536), select docs., ed. T. B. Pugh, (Cardiff, 1963)
The Gospel according to Saint Mark, cited from the Lindisfarne Gospels, wr. c697, glossed 970, ed. W. W. Skeat, (Cambridge, 1871) [by cap. & verse]
  H. Quentin, Les Martyrologes historiques du moyen âge (Paris, 1908)
The Gospel according to Saint Matthew, cited from the Lindisfarne Gospels, wr. c697, glossed 970, ed. W. W. Skeat, (Cambridge, 1887) [by cap. & verse]
 Mayor’s Court Rolls (1298–1307), MS Corp. of London RO; v. et. Cal. Mayor’s CourtR Lond.
M. Cornw. Michael of Cornwall [fl. 1250]
Versus magistri Michaelis Cornubiensis contra magistrum Henricum Abrincensem (c1254), ed. A. Hilke, Festgabe zum 6o. Geburtstage von Hermann Degering (Leipzig, 1926) 125–54 [by line]
De crure J. Mansel curando (1243), ed. J. P. Heironimus & J. C. Russel, The Shorter Latin poems of Henry of Avranches relating to England (Cambridge, Mass., 1935) app. A p. 157 [by line]; v. et. H. Avr. Poems
Lament on death of Simon de Montfort (c1265) [attrib.], ed. J. O. Halliwell, Camd. Soc. XV (1840) 139–46 [by p.]
M. Crispin Milo Crispin [ob. c1150]
Vita B Lanfranci, PL CL (1854) 19–58
Chronica [1150–1406] monasterii de Melsa [Yorks] (1396×1402) [by Thomas Burton], 3 vols., RS XLIII (1866–8)
Middle English Dictionary, ed. H. Kurath, S. M. Kuhn & R. E. Lewis, I– (Ann Arbor, Mich., & Oxford, 1956–)
Medievalia et Humanistica, I–XVII (Boulder, Colorado, 1943–1966):
 new ser., I– (Cambridge, 1970–)
Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies, I– (Warburg Inst., 1941–)
  T. F. Tout, Chapters in the Administrative History of Medieval England, etc. 6 vols. (Manchester, 1920–33)
  E. A. Lewis, The Mediaeval Boroughs of Snowdonia, (Univ. Wales Hist. Stud. I) (1912)
  C. H. Haskins, Studies in Mediaeval Culture (Oxford, 1929), containing:
149–56, v. M. Scot Alch.
  D. C. Douglas, The social structure of Medieval East Anglia (Oxford, 1927)
  W. A. Morris, The Medieval English Sheriff to 1300 (Manchester, 1927)
  H. C. Darby, The Medieval Fenland (Cambridge, 1940)
A Durham Book of Devotions [comprising Meditationes and Orationes by Anselm or attrib. to him, together w. other material from MS London, Soc. of Antiquaries 7 (wr. 12c. Durham)], ed. T. H. Bestul, (Toronto Med. Latin Texts, 1987) [by f.]
Meditationes, by a solitary of Farne (c1350), ed. D. H. Farmer, Studia Anselmiana XLI (1957) 158–245 [by f.]; also (extr.) ed. W. A. Pantin, EHR LIX (1944) 162–86
Soc. of Med. Languages & Lit., journal, I– (Oxford, 1932–)
  D. Knoop & G. P. Jones, The Medieval Mason (Manchester, 1933)
  C. H. Haskins, Studies in the history of Mediaeval Science (Cambridge, Mass., 1924), containing:
21, 25, 28–9, v. Adel. Astr.
114–15, v. Walcher Exp.
116–17, v. Walcher Drac.
361–76, v. Neckam Sac.
363–4, v. Neckam Corrog.
  E. K. Chambers, The Medieval Stage 2 vols. (Oxford, 1903)
Mediaeval Studies, Pontifical Inst. of Med. Stud., Toronto, I– (New York & Toronto, 1939–)
[Nelson’s] Medieval Texts [incl. earlier volumes called Medieval Classics], (Edinburgh, 1949–65); continued as (Oxford Medieval Texts, Oxford, 1967–) [cited as OMT]
Nine Mediaeval thinkers, ed. J. R. O’Donnell, (Toronto, 1955), containing:
101–44, v. Ad. Buckf. Metaph.
Medulla Grammatice (Latin – Latin-English Dictionary), MS Stonyhurst A. 1. 10 (wr. s. xv in.) [by f.]; mostly cited from quotations in MED
Liber Sancte Marie de Melros [Roxb] (1124–1625), 2 vols., Bannatyne Club (1837) [by no.]
Melton William Melton [fl. 1420–30]
Sermo in die Parasceues (1431), in Doc. Francisc. 247–56
Memorials of St. Anselm, ed. R. W. Southern & F. S. Schmitt, Auct. Brit. I (1969), containing:
39–93, v. Simil. Anselmi
108–95, v. Alex. Cant. Dicta
273–91, v. Eadmer Beat.
295–360, v. Anselm Misc.
Memorials of Beverley Minster [Yorks] (1286–1347), 2 vols., Surtees Soc. XCVIII, CVIII (1897, 1903)
Memorials of Saint Dunstan, Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 988], RS LXIII (1874), containing:
3–52, v. B. V. Dunst.
69–128, v. Osb. V. Dunst.
129–61, v. Osb. Mir. Dunst.
162–222, v. Eadmer V. Dunst.
223–49, v. Eadmer Mir. Dunst.
251–324, v. W. Malm. Dunst.
325–53, v. Capgr. Dunst.
361–2, v. Æthelwold Ep.
369–70, v. Lantfr. Ep.
385–8, v. B. Ep.
440–57, v. Frag. Rit. Dunst.
Memorials of the abbey of St. Mary of Fountains [Yorks] (12c.–16c.), 3 vols., Surtees Soc. XLII, LXVII, CXXX (1863–1918), containing:
III 93–255, v. Swynton Mem.
Memorials of Gervase, Abbot of Louth Park [fl. 1139–47], Anal. Cist. VII (1951) 38–45, containing:
Lamentatio Gervasii
a memoir of Gervase
Epistola Gervasii de absolutione
Memorials of Henry V, RS XI (1858), containing:
1–59, v. Redman
63–74, v. Vers. Hen. V
77–166, v. Elmh. Metr. Hen. V
Memorials of King Henry VII, RS X (1858), containing:
1–130, v. André Hen. VII
 Memoranda Rolls of Ireland, (extr., 1312–16) in Doc. Ir. 312–58; also (other rolls) MS PRO Dublin
Memoranda de Parliamento (1305), RS XCVIII (1893) [by no.], containing:
pp. 1–188, 232–314, v. RParl Exch
Memoriale [Henry of Eastry, Prior of Christ Church, Canterbury [ob. 1331]], MS BL Cotton Galba E iv ff. 1–186
 Memoranda Rolls:
(1199), Pipe R. Soc. ns XXI (1943); v. et. RNorm
(1231–3), ed. R. A. Brown, (HMSO, 1991)
  V. et. CalMem, KR Mem, LTR Mem
Chronicles and Memorials of the reign of Richard I, 2 vols., RS XXXVIII (1864–5), containing:
I cxlii–clxxxii, v. Osb. Bawdsey
I 3–450, v. Itin. Ric.
II 1–561, v. Ep. Cant.
Memorials of the church of Ripon [Yorks], 4 vols., Surtees Soc. LXXIV, LXXVIII, LXXXI, CXV (1882–1908) [by vol. & p.]
Memorials of St. Edmund’s Abbey [Suff], 3 vols., RS XCVI (1890–6), containing:
I 1–25, v. Abbo Edm.
I 26–92, v. Herm. Arch.
I 93–103, v. G. Font. Inf. S. Edm.
I 107–208, v. Samson Mir. Edm.
II 1–25, v. Ann. S. Edm.
II 29–130, v. N. Dunstable Chr.
York Memorandum Book, 3 vols., Surtees Soc. CXX, CXXV, CLXXXVI (1912–73)
Anonymi IV de Mensuris et Discantu (c1280), in Script. Mus. I 327–65; superseded by ed. F. Reckow, Der Musiktraktat des Anonymus 4 2 vols. (Wiesbaden, 1967) I 22–89
  (early 13c.), in Teaching Latin I 350–67; also (gl.) ib., 367–8
Methley Richard Methley (alias Richard Furth), Carthusian [fl. c1480]
Spiritual treatises [MS Trinity Coll. Camb. O. 2. 56], Scola amoris languidi, Dormitorium dilecti dilecti, Refectorium salutis, (facs.) ed. J. Hogg, Analecta Carthusiana LXIV (1978) [by f.]
Medieval Farming Glosssary of Latin and English words taken mainly from Essex records (1200–1600), ed. J. L. Fisher, (London, 1968)
Monumenta Germaniae Historica, (Hanover, etc., 1826–)
Munimenta Gildhallae Londoniensis, 3 vols. in 4, RS XII (1859–62); v. et. LBLond.
Middleton Richard Middleton (alias de Mediavilla) [1249–a1308]
De gradu formarum, ed. R. Zavalloni, Philosophes médiévaux II (1951) 35–169
Quaestio disputata de privilegio Martini IV, ed. F. M. Delorme, (Quaracchi, 1925) 1–78
Quodlibeta, (Brescia, 1591) [w. Middleton Sent., sep. pag.]
Quaestiones in Sententias, 4 vols. (Brescia, 1591) [by bk. & p.]
Three sermons, ed. E. Hocedez, Spicilegium Sacrum Lovaniense VII (1925) 490–509
Quaestio de unitate formae, ed. R. Zavalloni, Philosophes médiévaux II (1951) 173–80
Registrum Domus de Soltre [Haddington], necnon Ecclesiae Collegiatae S. Trinitatis prope Edinburgh, etc. (1153–1612), Bannatyne Club (1861)
Milemete Walter de Milemete
De nobilitatibus, sapientiis, et prudentiis regum (c1327), ed. M. R. James, Roxb. Club (1913) 1–156
Milton William of Milton (alias Meliton) [ob. 1261]
De Sacramentis, Bibliotheca Franciscana scholastica medii aevi XXII, XXIII [–502, –1158] (Quaracchi, 1961)
 Ministers’ and receivers’ Accounts (Ser. I: Hen. III–Ric. III; Ser. II: Hen. VII–Chas. II), MS PRO SC 6
MinAc Cant. v. Ac. Man. Cant.
 Ministers’ Accounts, MS Essex RO; v. et. MFG
MinAc Westm. v. Ac. Man. Westm.
MinAc Wint. v. Ac. Man. Wint.
Ministers’ Accounts for Wistow [Hunts], in Econ. Condit. app. [sep. pag.]
Ministers’ Accounts for West Wales 1277–1306, pt. 1, ed. M. Rhys, Cymmrodorion rec. ser. XIII (1936)
Miracula S. Audoeni, Acta SS. Boll. Aug. IV (1739) 825–40; v. et. Transl. Audoeni, V. Audoeni
Miraculum quo B. Maria subvenit Willelmo Crispino seniori (a1100), PL CL (1854) 735–44
Capitula de miraculis et translationibus S. Cuthberti (a1130) [by cap.]:
capp. 1–7, (Symeonis Dunelmensis Opera), RS LXXV (1882–5) I 229–61
capp. 8–21, ib., II 333–62
Miracles of St. Cuthbert at Farne (c1200), Anal. Boll. LXX (1952) 9–19 [by sect.]
Miracula S. Frideswidae [? ob. 735] [attrib. Philip, prior 1175–1191], Acta SS. Boll. Oct. VIII (Brussels, 1853) 568–89 [by cap.]
Miracula S. Fursei abbatis Latiniacensis [ob. 650], in Acta SS. Ben. II 309–14; v. et. V. Furs.
Henrici VI Angliae regis miracula postuma (c1500), ed. P. Grosjean, Subsidia Hagiographica XXII (Brussels, 1935) [by bk. & cap.]
Miracles of St. John of Beverley:
  (c1175), in Hist. Church York I 293–320
  (12c. or 13c.), ib., 321–5
  (c1275), ib., 327–47
Mirk John Mirk, Prior of Lilleshall, Salop [fl. 1400]
Manuale sacerdotis, MS BL Harl. 5306 ff. 1–61v
Miracula S. Margaritae Scotorum reginae (c1265), MS Madrid, Biblioteca del Palacio real II 2097 (wr. 15c.) ff. 26–41v
The Miracles of Simon de Montfort (c1280), ed. J. O. Halliwell, Camd. Soc. XV (1840) 67–110; v. et. M. Cornw. Montfort
Miracula Nyniae Episcopi (8c.), PLAC IV ii–iii (1923) 943–62 [by line]
Mir. Odulphi v. T. Marlb. Odulph
Miracula S. Tecle (13c.), Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies XXXVII (1900) 169–73 [by sect.]
Miracula quaedam S. Willelmi [ob. 1154] (? c1285), in Hist. Church York II 531–43; v. et. V. Will.
Miracles of St. Wulfstan [ob. 1095] (c1240), Camd. 3rd ser. XL (1928) 115–88 [by bk. & sect.]
 Rotuli Misae:
(1209–10), in Liberate RC 109–71
(1212–13), in DocExch 231–69
Misc. Bannatyne v. Bannatyne Misc.
 Miscellanea (1311–), MS PRO CHES 38
 Lord Chamberlain’s department, Miscellanea (1516–), MS PRO LC 5
 Miscellanea relating to Archb. Scrope (1399–1405), in Hist. Church York II 292–311
Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral Miscellanea, Som Rec. Soc. LVI
Missale ad usum insignis Ecclesie Eboracensis (12c.–15c.), 2 vols., Surtees Soc. LIX–LX (1874)
Missale ad usum percelebris ecclesiae Herfordensis (14c.), ed. W. G. Henderson, (Leeds, 1874)
The Leofric Missal (11c.), ed. F. E. Warren, (Oxford, 1883)
The Missal of Robert of Jumièges [Archb. of Canterbury, 1051–1052] (1013–17), HBS XI (1896)
The Rosslyn Missal (late 13c.), HBS XV (1899)
The Sarum Missal (?early 14c.), ed. J. Wickham Legg, (Oxford, 1916)
Missale ad usum ecclesie Westmonasteriensis (1362–86), HBS I, V, XII (1891–7)
M. Kirkham Maurice, Prior of Kirkham [fl. 1170]
Against the Salomites, (extr.) Journal of Theological Studies XXXV (1934) 287–97
Medieval Library Catalogues, (London, 1990–) [by vol. & p.]
Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch, I– (Cologne, 1966–)
Mediae Latinitatis lexicon minus, ed. J. F. Niermeyer & C. van de Kieft, (Leyden, 1954–76)
Mittellateinisches Wörterbuch, I– (Munich, 1967–)
Modus componendi brevia (c1285), ed. G. F. Woodbine, Four 13th-century Law Tracts (New Haven, Conn., 1910) 143–62
Modern Philology, I– (Chicago, 1903–)
Modus tenendi curiam baronum cum visu franci plegii (1510), ed. C. Greenwood, (1915)
Modus tenendi unum hundredum sive curiam de recordo (1467), ed. J. Rastell, (?1526) [by sign.]
Modus tenendi parliamentum (c1320), ed. T. D. Hardy, (RC, 1846) [by p.]; also ed. M. V. Clarke, Medieval representation and consent (1936) 373–92; superseded by ed. N. Pronay & J. Taylor, Parliamentary texts of the later Middle Ages (Oxford, 1980) 67–79, 103–114, 128–137 [by p.]
  ed. F. J. Furnivall, The Babees Book etc., (EETS XXXII) (1868) ii 34–56; superseded by D. Bec 2524–832
  W. Dugdale, Monasticon Anglicanum; cited from ed. J. Caley et al., 6 vols. in 8 (1817–30); also 3 vols. (1661–82); 6 vols. in 8 (1846), containing:
I xix–xxii, v. Uhtred Inst.
III 544–6, v. Steph. Whitby
VI *v–*xxix, between pp. 946 and 947, v. V. G. Sempr.
VI pp. *xxix–*xcix, between pp. 946 and 947, v. Inst. Sempr.
VI 226–30, v. V. Wulf. et Ruff.
(1846) VI 892–5, v. Chr. Dale
(ed. 1673) III 308–31, v. Vis. S. Paul.
Monarchia S. Romani Imperii, ed. M. Goldast, 3 vols. (Hanover & Frankfurt, 1611–14) [many irregularities in pagination; note especially that in vol. II from p. 1335 (recte 1235 bis) to p. 1428 (recte 1328) most page numbers are wrong by 100], containing:
I 13–18, v. Ockham Disp.
I 716–32, v. Gardiner VO
I 735–56, v. Bekinsau
II 392–957 (recte 394–957), v. Ockham Dial.
II 957–76, v. Ockham Err. Papae
II 1391–1410 (recte 1291–1310), v. Ric. Armagh Def. Cur.
II 1410–1344 (recte 1310–1328, 1333–1344), v. Conway Def. Mend.
II 1527–58, v. Paul. Angl. ASP
Monasticon Dioecesis Exoniensis, ed. G. Oliver, (Exeter, 1846)
Monumenta Franciscana, 2 vols., RS IV (1858–82); II 3–28 superseded by Eccleston Adv. Min., containing:
I 77–414, v. Ad. Marsh Ep.
Vetera monumenta Hibernorum et Scotorum historiam illustrantia (1216–1547) [mainly papal letters], ed. A. Theiner, (Rome, 1864)
Monumenta ritualia Ecclesiae Anglicanae, etc., ed. W. Maskell, 3 vols. (Oxford, 2nd edn. 1882), containing:
I 3–272, II 154–365, v. Pont. Sal.
  G. Constable, Monastic Tithes from their origins to the 12th century (Cambridge, 1964)
More Thomas de la More [fl. 1327–47]
Vita et Mors Edwardii II [attrib.] [copied w. minor variations from Baker], in Chr. Ed. I & II II 297–319
More Thomas More [ob. 1535]
Utopia (1518), ed. J. H. Lupton, (Oxford, 1895)
Morow Thomas Morow, Abbot of Paisley [fl. 15c.]
Appeal to Council of Basel (1424), Monumenta Conciliorum Generalium seculi decimi quinti 4 vols. (Vienna, Basel, 1857–1935) I 53–60
M. Par. Matthew Paris [ob. c1259]
Abbreviatio Chronicorum Angliae (1000–1255), in M. Par. Min. III 159–348
Life of Edmund Rich, Archbishop of Canterbury [ob. 1240], ed. W. Wallace, Life of St. Edmund of Canterbury (1893) 543–88 [here attrib. E. Faversham]; superseded by ed. C. H. Lawrence, Life of St. Edmund of Abingdon (Oxford, 1960) 222–89 [by cap.], containing:
ch. 55, v. Edmund Serm.
v. Flor. Hist.
v. G. S. Alb.
Chronica majora (Creation–1259), 7 vols., RS LVII (1872–83), containing:
II 192–203, v. H. Saltrey
VI 127–8, v. Edmund Or.
VI 138–44, v. Gros. Sang.
Historia Anglorum sive historia minor (1066–1253), 3 vols., RS XLIV (1866–9), containing:
III 159–348, v. M. Par. Abbr.
M. Rievaulx Matthew (alias Nicolaus Rievallensis), precentor of Rievaulx [fl. 1210]
Miscellany of verse, sermons and letters, Rev. Ben. LII (1940) 15–84 [by no. of calendar, pp. 30–48]:
20–2, ed. E. Faral, Les Arts poétiques (Paris, 1924) 24–6 [cf. Vinsauf Interdict.]
63 and 65, Studia Anselmiana XXXVII (1955) 175–9
 additional verses, Rev. Ben. LII (1940) 48–51 [by no.]
M. Scot Michael Scot [ob. c1235]
De arte alchimiae [attrib.], (extr.) in Med. Cult. 149–56
Liber Introductorius, (part of proem) MS Escorial f. III 8 ff. 32v–53v; also (extr.) in Med. Sci. 272–98
Lumen luminum, ed. J. Wood Brown, Enquiry into the Life and Legend of Michael Scot (Edinburgh, 1897) 240–68
De motibus celorum [transl. from al-Biṭrūjī], ed. F. Carmody, (Berkeley, Calif., 1952)
Liber Particularis, (extr.) in Med. Sci. 291–7
Liber Physiognomiae, (Pavia, 1515) [by cap.]
Futura praesagia Lombardiae Tusciae Romagnolae et aliarum partium, ed. P. Morpurgo, Pluteus I (1983) 155–67
Quaestio curiosa de natura Solis et lunae (p1235) [attrib.], in Theatrum Chem. V 713–22
v. Comm. Sph
Facsimiles of national manuscripts of Ireland, 5 vols. (1874–84)
Munimenta academica or Documents illustrative of life and studies at Oxford (1214–1549), 2 vols., RS L [–366, –859] (1868)
Munimenta civitatis Oxoniae (1285–1545), OHS LXXI (1920)
 King’s Lynn Muniments, MS Norfolk RO
Merton [College] Muniments (with facsimiles) (c1154–1519), ed. P. S. Allen & H. W. Garrod, (Oxford, 1928)
Munimenta almae universitatis Glasguensis (1453–1727), 3 vols., ed. C. Innes, Maitland Club (1854)
De musica mensurabili (1391), in Script. Mus. III 398–403
Myln Alexander Myln [ob. c1548]
Vitae Dunkeldensis ecclesiae Episcoporum (1127–1515), Bannatyne Club (1823):
compotus rolls in reissue (1513–16), Bannatyne Club (1831)
Notices et extraits des MSS de la Bibliothèque Nationale, I– (1787–):
Notices et extraits de quelques manuscrits latins de la Bibliothèque Nationale, ed. B. Hauréau, 6 vols. (Paris, 1890–3), containing:
V 116–30, v. Kilwardby Quomodo Deus
Notes and Queries, I– (1849–)
Liber de Natura Deorum (12c.), Med. Stud. XXXIV (1972) 2–72 [by cap.]
Navicula de Venetiis (a1400), in Early Sci. Ox. II 375–9 (cf. ib. 38–41)
N. Dunstable Nicholas of Dunstable [fl. 1225]
The Chronicle of the election of Hugh, Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds and later Bishop of Ely [attrib.], in Mem. S. Edm. II 29–130; also ed. R. M. Thomson, (Med. Texts, Oxford, 1974)
De pace Veneta Relatio [attrib.], Speculum L (1975) 29–32 [by f.]
New English Bible, (Oxford & Cambridge, 1961–70)
Neckam Alexander Neckam (alias Nequam) [ob. 1217]
Ars disserendi [attrib.] v. Balsh. AD rec. 2
Novus Avianus (1176×1191), ed. L. Hervieux, Les Fabulistes latins III (Paris, 1894) 462–7
Corrogationes Promethei (1197×1213), MS Bodley Bodl. 550 [by f.]; also (extr.) N. & E. XXXV (1897) 641–82; and in Med. Sci. 363–4, (AN gl.) Teaching Latin I 236–50
De laudibus divinae sapientiae (c1213), RS XXXIV (1863) 355–503 [by bk. & line]
 Commentarium in Ecclesiasten III 1–11 (1197×1204), MS Magdalen Coll. Ox. 139
Fabulae or Novus Aesopus (1176×1191), ed. L. Hervieux, Les Fabulistes latins II (Paris, 1894) 392–416 [by no. & line]
De naturis rerum (1197×1204), RS XXXIV (1863) 1–354 [by bk. & cap.]
 Poems [attrib.], ed. M. Esposito, EHR XXX (1915) 450–71; complemented by MLJ II (1965) 111–29
Sacerdos ad altare [attrib.] (1199×1210), MS Caius Coll. Camb. 385; also (extr.) in Med. Sci. 361–76, (complete text and sel. comm.) Teaching Latin I 258–72; (gl.) ib., I 273
De prevaricatione Salamonis et ejus penitentia, Med. & R. Stud. IV (1958) 29–31
Speculum speculationum (1202×1213), ed. R. M. Thomson, Auct. Brit. XI (1988) [by bk., cap., & sect.]
De nominibus utensilium (1176×1191), ed. T. Wright, Vocabularies . . 10c.–15c. (1857) I 96–119 [by p.]; also (vv. ll.) ed. A. Scheler, Jahrb. rom. Lit. VII (1866) 58–74, 155–73; and in Teaching Latin I 181–9; (gl.) Revue de linguistique romane XLIII (1979) 239–62; and in Teaching Latin II 65–122
De vita monachorum [attrib.], in Sat. Poets II 175–200
Nen. ‘Nennius’
Historia Brittonum [early 9c.] cum additamentis Nennii [attrib.], MGH Auct. Antiq. XIII (1898) 143–219
Netter Thomas Netter of Walden [ob. 1430]
Doctrinale antiquitatum fidei Ecclesiae Catholicae (1426–7), 3 vols. (Venice, 1571) [Vol. I by p., II and III by f.]
 V. et. Ziz.
Neues Archiv der Gesellschaft für Ältere Deutsche Geschichtskunde, I–
New Spalding Club, publications, (Aberdeen, 1877–) [continues Spalding Club]
N. Fakenham Nicholas of Fakenham, O. F. M. [ob. c1407]
Conclusiones, Two questiones on the Great Schism, AFH LXX (1977) 121–7
Determinatio de schismate facta Oxoniae (1395), AFH I (1908) 582–600; ib., II (1909) 79–91
Novum Glossarium Mediae Latinitatis (800–1200), ed. F. Blatt et al., L–O (Copenhagen, 1957–) [in prog.]
Nic. S. Alb. Nicholas, monk of St. Albans [fl. 1280]
De celebranda conceptione beatae Mariae contra beatum Bernardum, Rev. Ben. LXIV (1954) 92–117
Epistola ad Petrum Cellensem, PL CCII 622–8
Nig. Nigel Witeker (alias Whiteacre), monk of Christ Church, Canterbury [fl. 1170–94]
Tractatus contra curiales et officiales clericos (1193):
(verse), in Sat. Poets I 146–53; also ed. A. Boutemy, Nigellus de Longchamp dit Wireker I (Paris, 1959) 144–210
(prose), in Sat. Poets I 153–230
Versus ad Episcopum Eliensem [William Longchamp, ob. 1197], ed. A. Boutemy, Nigellus de Longchamp dit Wireker I (Paris, 1959) 231–9
Epistola ad Willelmum, Medium Ævum XXXIX (1970) 17–20
 Epigrams, ed. J. M. Ziolkowski, Nigel of Canterbury, the Passion of St. Lawrence, Epigrams, and Marginal Poems (Leiden, 1994) 250–6 [by line]
Vita metrica S. Eustacii, Zeitschrift für deutsches Alterthum 24 (1880) 242–54 [by line]
Passio S. Laurentii Martiris, MS BL Cotton Vespasian D xix ff. 28–45 [by f. & col.]; superseded by ed. J. M. Ziolkowski, Nigel of Canterbury, the Passion of St. Lawrence, Epigrams, and Marginal Poems (Leiden, 1994) 75–190 [by line]
 Marginal poems, ed. J. M. Ziolkowski, Nigel of Canterbury, the Passion of St. Lawrence, Epigrams, and Marginal Poems (Leiden, 1994) 282–302 [by f.]
Miracula S. Virginis Mariae, MS BL Cotton Vespasian D xix ff. 5–24 [by f. & col.]; superseded by ed. J. M. Ziolkowski, (Toronto Med. Latin Texts, 1986)
Vita Pauli primi heremitae, ib., ff. 45v–52; also ed. L. M. Kaiser, Classical Folia XIV (1960) 63–81 [by f. & line]
 Unprinted poems, MS BL Cotton Vespasian D xix ff. 1–53; and (extr.) Speculum VII (1932) 398–423; v. et. Nig. Laur., Nig. Mir. BVM, Nig. Paul.
Speculum stultorum (c1180), ed. J. H. Mozley & R. R. Raymo, (Berkeley, Calif., 1960) [by line]; also in Sat. Poets I 3–145
Nova Legenda Angliae [collected by J. Tynemouth, w. additions attrib. to Capgr.], ed. C. Horstman, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1901), containing:
I 391–408, v. V. Erkenwaldi
II 698–719, v. P. Blois Guthl.
 prologue (prob. wr. for ed. 1516), RS VII (1858) 191–209
N. Lynn Nicholas of Lynn, O. Carm. [fl. 14c.]
Kalendarium (1386), ed. S. Eisner, (Chaucer Library, 1980)
N. Ockham Nicholas of Ockham, O. F. M. [1242–1320]
Quaestiones disputatae de dilectione Dei, ed. C. S. Alarcón, Spicilegium Bonaventurianum XXI (Grottaferrata, 1981)
Non-Cycle Plays and Fragments, ed. N. Davis, EETS sup. ser. I (1970) [by no. & line]
Norf. Arch. v. Arch. Soc. Norf
  C. H. Haskins, Norman Institutions (Cambridge, Mass., 1918) w. app. of docs. 241–343
Northamptonshire Record Society, publications, I– (1924–)
  J. Raine, History and Antiquities of North Durham (1830–52):
 appendix of documents [by no.]
Norwich Cathedral Priory in the fourteenth century, JRL Bull. XX (1936) 105–20
Nottingham Mediaeval Studies, I– (Cambridge, 1957–)
North Riding Record Society, publications, I– (London, 1884–)
The Book of Nunnaminster. An Ancient manuscript of the Eighth or Ninth Century, ed. W. de G. Birch, Hants Rec. Soc. (1889)
The Oak Book of Southampton (c1300), 3 vols., Southampton Rec. Soc. (1910–11)
O. Battle Odo of Canterbury, Abbot of Battle [ob. 1200]
 Epistolae [by no.]:
1–4 (a1175), in Ep. Alex. III 1396–8, 1464–6
5 (1187), in Ep. Cant. 28
6, ed. J. Mabillon, Vetera Analecta (Paris, 1675) I 349–59; cf. Studia Anselmiana XXXI (1953) 128 n. 3
7 (a1200), in Becket Mat. II xlix
Tractatus in libros Regum, ed. C. de Clercq, (Ventimiglia, 1980)
Sermones, ed. C. de Clercq, (Brussels, 1983)
De obedientiariis abbatiae Abbendonensis [Abingdon, Berks] (late 13c.), in Chr. Abingd. II app. IV 336–417
The Obituary Roll of William Ebchester and John Burnby, priors of Durham, etc. (1233–15c.), Surtees Soc. XXXI (1856)
The Observances in use at the Augustinian Priory at Barnwell [Cambs] (1295–6), ed. J. W. Clark, (Cambridge, 1897); v. et. Lib. Mem. Bernewelle
De obsessione Dunelmi (c1090), (Symeonis Dunelmensis Opera), RS LXXV (1882–5) I 215–20 [by cap.]
O. Cant. Odo, Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 959]
Constitutiones, PL CXXXIII 945–50 [by no.]; superseded by Conc. Syn. I 69–74
 Epistola, ib., 949–52; superseded by Conc. Syn. I 65–7
Praefatio Frithegodi, in Frith. 1–3 [by line]
O. Cheriton Odo of Cheriton [ob. 1247]
Expositiones super Cantica canticorum (1226) [attrib.], (extr.) AHDLMA XXXII (1965) 61–9; also ib., XXXI 37–59
Fabulae (c1230), ed. L. Hervieux, Les Fabulistes latins IV (Paris, 1896) 171–255 [by no.]:
 additional fables, first series (MS BL Harl. 219), ib., 361–86 [by no.]
 additional fables, second series (MS BL Harl. 219 and MS Bodl Douce 169), ib., 387–404 [by no.]
Parabolae (c1230), ib., 265–343 [by no.]
Ockham William of Ockham [ob. 1349]
Breviloquium de potestate Papae (1342), ed. L. Baudry, Études de philosophie médiévale XXIV (Paris, 1937); superseded by ed. H. S. Offler, Auct. Brit. XIV (1997) 97–260
Dialogus (1332–?), in Monarchia II 392–957 (recte 394–957)
Disputatio super potestate praelatis ecclesiae atque principibus terrarum commissa, ib., I 13–18
 Opera dubia et spuria, Guillelmi de Ockham Opera Philosophica VII (St. Bonaventure, N. Y., 1988), containing:
Tractatus minor logicae
Elementarium logicae
Tractatus de praedicamentis
Tractatus de relatione
Centiloquium theologicum
Tractatus de principiis theologiae
Expositio super libros Elenchorum Aristotelis, ed. F. del Punta, Guillelmi de Ockham Opera Philosophica III (St. Bonaventure, N. Y., 1979)
Compendium errorum Johannis papae XXII (1337), in Monarchia II 957–76; superseded by ed. H. S. Offler, Auct. Brit. XIV (1997) 14–77
Expositio aurea, ed. E. A. Moody et al., Guillelmi de Ockham Opera Philosophica II (St. Bonaventure, N. Y., 1978) [by p.]; also ed. M. de Benevento, (Bologna, 1496; facsimile, Farnborough, 1964) [by signature]
De imperatorum et pontificum potestate (1346–7), ed. C. K. Brampton, (Oxford, 1927); superseded by ed. H. S. Offler, Auct. Brit. XIV (1997) 279–355:
 supplementary text, ed. W. Mulder, AFH (1923–4) XVI 469–92, XVII 72–97
Brevis summa libri Physicorum, Summula philosophiae naturalis and Quaestiones super librum Physicorum Aristotelis, ed. S. F. Brown, Guillelmi de Ockham Opera Philosophica VI (St. Bonaventure, N. Y., 1984)
Expositio in libros Physicorum, ed. V. Richter et al., Guillelmi de Ockham Opera Philosophica IV, V (St. Bonaventure, N. Y., 1985)
Opera politica, ed. J. G. Sikes et al., 3 vols. (Manchester, 1940–56); superseded by (vol. I) ed. 2 (1974) [some refs. in Fasc. II are to both eds.; refs. from Fasc. III onwards are to ed. 2]; also (vol. IV) Auct. Brit. XIV (1997), containing:
I 1–221, Octo quaestiones de potestate Papae (c1340)
I 223–71, An Princeps, pro suo succursu scilicet guerrae, possit recipere bona ecclesiarum, etiam invito Papa (c1338)
I 273–86, Consultatio de causa matrimoniali (c1342)
I 287–II 858, Opus nonaginta dierum (c1332)
III 1–17, Epistola ad Fratres Minores [also ed. C. K. Brampton, (Oxford, 1929)]
III 19–156, Tractatus contra Joannem [XXI] (1335)
III 157–322, Tractatus contra Benedictum [XI] (1337–8)
IV 14–77, Compendium errorum Joannis papae XXII (1337)
IV 97–260, Breviloquium de principatu tyrannico (1342)
IV 279–355, De imperatorum et pontificum potestate (1346–7)
Quaestiones variae, ed. G. J. Etzkorn et al., Guillelmi de Ockham Opera Theologica VIII (St. Bonaventure, N. Y., 1983)
Quodlibeta VII, ed. J. C. Wey, Guillelmi de Ockham Opera Theologica IX (St. Bonaventure, N. Y., 1981)
De sacramento altaris (?1323), ed. T. Bruce Birch, (Burlington, Iowa, 1930)
Quaestiones in quatuor libros Sententiarum (c1320), ed. G. Gál, S. F. Brown et al., Guillelmi de Ockham Opera Theologica I–VII (St. Bonaventure, N. Y., 1967–) [by vol. & p.]
Summa logicae, (Oxford, 1675); superseded by ed. P. Boehner et al., Guillelmi de Ockham Opera Philosophica I (St. Bonaventure, N. Y., 1974) [by bk. & cap.]
Ocreatus H. Ocreatus [fl. 1150]
Prologus in Helceph ad Adelardum Batensem, (fragm.) Abhandlungen zur Geschichte der Mathematik III (Leipzig, 1880) 129–39; also checked against ed. C. Burnett, ‘Algorismi vel helcep decentior est diligentia’, in ed. M. Folkerts, Mathematische Probleme im Mittelalter (Wiesbaden, 1996) 262–96
Odington Walter Odington of Evesham [fl. c1280–1301]
De speculatione musicae (c1300), in Script. Mus. I 182–250; superseded by (Walteri Odington Summa de speculatione musicae), Corp. Script. Mus. XIV (1970) 42–146
  ed. J. A. H. Murray, H. Bradley & W. A. Craigie, A New English Dictionary on historical principles (Oxford, 1888–1928) [later known as the Oxford English Dictionary]
Office of St. Kentigern:
  (13c.), ed. A. P. Forbes, (Lives of St. Ninian and St. Kentigern), Historians of Scotland V (Edinburgh, 1874) xciv–c [by cap.]
  (1510), in Reg. Glasg. I app. iii p. lxxxvii–xcviii
Officium de S. Ricardo heremita et legenda de vita ejus, EETS XX (1866, rev. ed. 1920) xix–xlv
De officiis ecclesiasticis tractatus (p1215), in Reg. S. Osm. I 1–185 [by cap.]; superseded by Consuet. Sal.
Liber officialis [curie consistorialis] S. Andree (1513–88), Abbotsford Club (1845)
Oxford Historical Society, publications, I–CI (1885–1936):
 new ser., I– (1939–)
Opus Chronicorum (1259–95), Chr. Mon. S. Alb. III 3–59
Opuscula et textus historiam ecclesiae ejusque vitam atque doctrinam illustrantia, series scholastica, ed. M. Grabmann & F. Pelster, I–XXI (Münster, 1926–56)
Ordinarium Cartusiense [tracts on the Mass] (c1500), HBS XXVII (1904) 97–110
Ordinal and customary of St. Mary’s Abbey, York (c1400), 3 vols., HBS LXXIII, LXXV, LXXVI (1936 for 1934, 1937 for 1936, 1951 for 1949–50)
Ely chapter Ordinances and visitation records (1241–1515), (Camd. Misc. XVII), Camd. 3rd ser. LXIV (1940) 1–3, 24–8, 36–43, containing:
4–23, 29–33, 44–67, v. Vis. Ely
Ordinale Exoniense (c1337), 2 vols., HBS XXXVII, XXXVIII (1909)
Ord. Vit. Ordericus Vitalis [ob. c1143]
Historia ecclesiastica (–1141), ed. A. Le Prévost, 5 vols. (Paris, 1838–55); superseded by ed. M. Chibnall, 6 vols. (Med. Texts, 1969–80) [by bk., cap., & p. of ed. Le Prévost]
Orationes Elienses, prayers from Ely (14c.), Studia Monastica I (1959) 390–2
Orthographica Gallica (13c.), ed. J. Stürzinger, Altfranzösische Bibliothek VIII (1884) 1–27 [cf. Medium Ævum VI (1937) 193–209]; also Selden Soc. XXVII (1912) xliv–xlvii; superseded by ed. R. C. Johnston, Anglo-Norman Texts Society, Plain Texts Series V (1987) [by version S (short) or L (long) & no.]
De ortu Walwanii (alias Gwalchmai) [attrib. Torigni], ed. J. D. Bruce, Modem Language Association of America XIII (1898) 390–432; checked against Hesperia Ergänzungsreihe II (Göttingen, 1913); also ed. M. L. Day, (N. Y. & London, 1984); v. et. Hist. Meriadoci
Osb. Osbern of Canterbury [fl. 1090]
Epistolae, in Ep. Anselm IV 6–10, 13, 14
Liber Miraculorum, in Mem. Dunst. 129–61 [by cap.]
De vocum consonantiis ac de re musica [attrib.], ed. J. Smits van Waesberghe, Divitiae Musicae Artis ser. A Xa (Amsterdam, 1979)
Historia de translatione corporis S. Elphegi, in Anglia Sacra II 143–7
Vita S. Dunstani, in Mem. Dunst. 69–128 [by sect.]
Vita S. Elphegi (alias Ælfheah), archiepiscopi Cantuariensis [ob. 1012], in Anglia Sacra II 122–42; also PL CXLIX 375–94
Osb. Bawdsey Osbert of Bawdsey [fl. 1149]
De expugnatione Lyxbonensi (1147) [attrib.], in Mem. Ric. I I cxlii–clxxxii; checked w. MS facs. in ed. R. de Azevedo, Conquista de Lisboa em 1147 (Coimbra, 1962); also ed. C. H. David, (New York, 1936)
Osb. Clar. Osbert of Clare [ob. p1157]
Sermo et versus in honorem S. Annae, Annales de Bretagne XXXVII (1925–6) 13–33 [by f.]
 Epistolae, ed. E. W. Williamson, (Oxford, 1929) [by no.]
Liber de miraculis S. Eadmundi v. Samson
Vita S. Edwardi Confessoris (a1139), Anal. Boll. XLI (1922) 64–123 [by cap.]
Osb. Glouc. Osbern of Gloucester [fl. 1150–75]
Liber Derivationum, ed. A. Mai, Classici auctores e Vaticanis codicibus editi VIII (1836); superseded by ed. F. Bertini, V. Ussani et al., (Spoleto, 1996) [by p. of ed. Mai]; also MS Hereford Cath. P.V. 5:
Med. & R. Stud. IV (1958) 275–7
Osw. Oswald of Ramsey [fl. 1000]
On composing verse, ed. M. Lapidge, ASE IV (1975) 106–7 [by line]
Otterb. Thomas Otterbourne [fl. 1420]
Chronica Regum Angliae (–1420), ed. T. Hearne, Duo rerum Anglicarum scriptores veteres I (1732) 1–283
Oxnead John of Oxnead [ob. c1293]
Chronica (–1292), RS XIII (corrected ed. 1859)
Chronica minora (–1294, cont. to 1503), ib., 412–39
Early history of the Abbey of St. Benet Holme [alias Hulme (Norf)], ib., app. I 289–300
Palmer Thomas Palmer [fl. 1415]
De translatione sacrae scripturae, ed. M. Deanesly, The Lollard Bible (Cambridge, 1920) 418–37
  ed. V. Holtzmann, Papsturkunden in England 3 vols. (I–II: Berlin, III: Göttingen, 1930, 1935, 1952)
Parliaments and councils of mediaeval Ireland:
I (1290–1420), ed. H. G. Richardson & G. O. Sayles, (IMC, Dublin, 1947)
Parliamentary Writs and writs of military summons etc. (1272–1327), 2 vols. in 4 (RC, 1827–34)
Passio S. Æthelberti martyris [King of East Anglia, ob. 794] (?c1100), EHR XXXII (1917) 236–44 [by cap.]
Passio S. Indracti (?11c.), ed. M. Lapidge, in ed. D. Whitelock et al., Ireland in Early Mediaeval Europe (Cambridge, 1982) 199–204 [by f. of MS Digby 112]
The Paston letters, 1422–1509, ed. J. Gairdner, 3 vols. (1895) [by no.]; also 6 vols. (1904); superseded by ed. N. Davis, Paston Letters and papers of the fifteenth century 3 vols. (Oxford, 1971–) [by no.]
 Rotuli litterarum patentium, or Patent Rolls:
(1201–16), (RC, 1835)
(1216–32), Patent rolls of the reign of Henry III I–II (HMSO, 1901, 1903) [cont. as CalPat]
(1232–), MS PRO C 66 [by roll & m.]
 Patent Rolls Supplementary (1275–), MS PRO C 67
  V. et. CalPat
Pat. Hib. Patricius de Hibernia [fl. 1280]
Sophisma ‘Homo est animal’, CIMA XXIV (1978) 16–34
Transcripta omnium litterarum patentium sub testimonio loca-tenentium Hiberniae temp. R. Hen. V, in RSelecti 39–80
Paul. Angl. Paulus (alias Thomas) Anglicus, canonist [fl. 1400]
Aureum speculum Papae, in Monarchia II 1527–58 [not cited]
P. Blois Peter of Blois [ob. 1212]
Libellus de Arte Dictandi Rhetorice (1181×1185), ed. M. Camargo, Medieval Rhetorics of Prose Composition (Binghamton, N. Y., 1995) 45–74
The Arundel Lyrics (1171×1185), ed. C. McDonough, The Oxford Poems of Hugh Primas and the Arundel Lyrics (Toronto Med. Latin Texts, 1984) 73–119; from Fasc. XIV superseded by ed. C. McDonough, The Arundel lyrics; the poems of Hugh Primas (Cambridge, MA, 2010) 2–140 [by no. & stanza or line]:
Petri Blesensis Carmina, ed. C. Wollin, CC cont. med. CXXVIII (1998) [by no. & line]
Cantilena de lucta carnis et spiritus, PL CCVII (1855) 1127–30
Responsio contra cervisiam, ib., 1155–8; v. et. Beaufeu Cervisia
Contra clericos voluptati deditos, ib., 1129–36
De arte dictandi [abridgement of work by Bernard of Meung], ib., 1127–8
 Epistolae, ib., 1–560 [by no.]:
The Later Letters of Peter of Blois, ed. E. Revell, Auct. Brit. XIII (1993) [by no. & sect.]
Tractatus de eucharistiae mysteriis, PL CCVII 1135–54
Vita S. Guthlaci [ob. 716], in NLA II 698–719
Opuscula [incl. some of doubtful authenticity], PL CCVII 777–1126
Contra perfidiam Judaeorum, ib., 825–70
 Poems, ib., 1127–58
 Sermones, ib., 559–776
De silentio servando, ib., 1125–8
Versus de commendatione vini, ib., 1155–6
P. Bradlay Peter Bradlay, fellow of Balliol [fl. 1305]
A Question by Peter Bradlay on the Prior Analytics, Med. Stud. XXX (1968) 3–21 [by sect.]
Master Peter Bradlay on the Categories, Med. Stud. XXIX (1967) 275–327 [by sect.]
P. Bridl. Philip of Bridlington, O. F. M. [fl. 1300] v. Quaest. Ox.
P. Cornw. Peter of Cornwall [ob. 1221]
Liber disputationum contra Symonem Judaeum, (extr.) in Powicke Studies 143–56
Prologus in primam partem Pantheologi, RHS Trans. 4th ser. XIX (1936) 38–42
Liber Revelationum (c1200), MS Lambeth Palace Library 51 [by bk. & cap.]; also (I 183–4, 200–203, 205, II 891–4) ed. C. J. Holdsworth, Cîteaux XIII (1962) 193–204; (I 5) Anal. Boll. XCVII (1979) 410–16; (I 6) Cornish Studies XIII (1986) 16–34
P. Cornw. (II) Peter of Cornwall [fl. late 13c.]
Sophisma omnis homo est (c1270) [attrib.], CIMA LV (1987) 139–54
The Peasants’ Rising and the Lollards, docs. 1381–99, ed. E. Powell & G. M. Trevelyan, (1899)
Peckham John Peckham (alias Pecham or Patcham), Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 1292]
Quaestio disputata utrum mundus potuit ab aeterno creari, Patristica & Mediaevalia I (Buenos Aires, 1975) 8–101; also ed. R. C. Dales & O. Argerami, Medieval Latin Texts on the Eternity of the World (Leiden, 1991) 73–85
Tractatus de anima, ed. G. Melani, Biblioteca di Studi Francescani I (Florence, 1948)
Divinarum sententiarum Librorum Biblie, (Paris, 1513)
Canticum pauperis pro dilecto, Bibliotheca Franciscana ascetica medii aevi IV (Quaracchi, 2nd ed., 1949) 133–205
Defensio fratrum mendicantium, Brit. Soc. Franciscan Studies II (Aberdeen, 1910) 148–97 [by line]
Registrum epistolarum fratris Johannis Peckham, 3 vols., RS LXXVII (1882–5) [by no.]; v. et. Reg. Cant.
Expositio Threnorum [or In Lamentationes Jeremiae], S. Bonaventurae Opera Omnia VII (Quaracchi, 1895) 607–51 [by bk. & cap.]
Tractatus contra fratrem Robertum Kilwardby, ed. F. Tocco, La Quistione della povertà nel secolo xiv (Naples, 1910) 219–75; cited from repr. Brit. Soc. Franciscan Studies II (1910) 121–47; v. et. Kilwardby
De numeris mysticis, AFH LXXVII (1985) 3–28, 333–83
Tractatus pauperis [by cap. & p.]:
prol. & capp. 1–6, ed. A. van den Wyngaert, (Paris, 1925)
capp. 7–9, ed. F. Delorme, Studi Francescani 3rd ser. IV (1932) 47–62, 164–93
cap. 10, ed. A. G. Little, Brit. Soc. Franciscan Studies II (Aberdeen, 1910) 27–55
capp. 11–14, ed. F. M. Delorme, Collectanea Franciscana XIV (1944) 90–117
cap. 15, ed. F. M. Delorme, Richardi de Mediavilla quaestio disputata de privilegio Martini papae IV (Quaracchi, 1925) 79–88
cap. 16, ed. A. G. Little, Brit. Soc. Franciscan Studies II (Aberdeen, 1910) 63–90
Perspectiva communis, ed. L. Gavricus, (Venice, 1504) [by bk. & cap.]; also ed. D. C. Lindberg, John Pecham and the science of optics (Madison, Wisc., 1970)
Philomena [= Peckham Poems 9], Anal. Hymn. L (1907) 602–16
 Miscellaneous poems, Anal. Hymn. L (1907) 597–600 [by no. (1–8) & stanza]; v. et. Peckham Phil.
Quaestio de pueris oblatis, AFH VIII (1915) 414–49
Quaestiones tractantes de anima (c1270), BGPM XIX v–vi (Münster, 1918)
Quaestio disputata, De humanae cognitionis ratione anecdota quaedam S. Bonaventurae et discipulorum (Quaracchi, 1883) 179–82
Quodlibet Romanum, ed. F. M. Delorme, Spicilegium Pontificii Athenaei Antoniani I (Rome, 1938)
v. Reg. Cant.
 Sermones, (extr.) in Powicke Studies 269–82
De trinitate, (London, 1510)
Pecock Reginald Pecock, Bishop of Chichester [ob. c1460]
Abbreviatio (1447), (Repressor), RS XIX (1860) II 615–19; v. et. J. Bury Glad. Sal.
Collectanea, ed. J. Foxe, Commentarii rerum in ecclesiis gestarum (Strasburg, 1554) ff. 199v–223v
  S. Rowe, A Perambulation of the forest of Dartmoor and the Venville precincts 3rd ed. (1896)
Petrus Petrus Alfonsi, physician to Henry I [1067–c1120]
Disciplina clericalis, ed. A. Hilka & W. Söderhjelm, (Heidelberg, 1911); also PL CLVIII (1854) 671–706
Dialogus Christiani cum Judaeo, PL CLVII (1854) 535–672; checked against ed. K. P. Mieth, (Berlin, 1982) [by p. of ed. Mieth]
v. Walcher Drac.
 Letter to the Peripatetics of France, Sefarad III (1943) 97–105; also checked against ed. J. Tolan, Petrus Alfonsi and his medieval readers (Gainesville, 1993) 164–72
P. Hib. Petrus de Hibernia [fl. 1240–60]
Determinatio utrum membra essent facta propter operationes vel operationes facta propter membra, ed. C. Baeumker, Sitzungsberichte der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Phil.–hist. Kl. (1920) Heft 8
Glosulae in librum Aristotelis peri Hermeneias, CIMA XLII (1982) 13–44
The honor and forest of Pickering [Yorks], ed. R. B. Turton, N. Riding Rec. Soc. ns I–IV (1894–7); v. et. DL Couch
 Pipe Rolls or Great Rolls of the Exchequer:
(1130, 1155–8), ed. J. Hunter, 2 vols. (1833, 1844, repr. in facsimile HMSO, 1929–30)
(1158–), Pipe R. Soc. I– (1884–) [by p.]
(1189–90), (RC, 1844)
(1242), ed. H. L. Cannon, (Yale Historical Publications, New Haven, Conn., 1918) [by p.]
later rolls, MS PRO E 372
 Chancellor’s Roll [duplicate of Pipe cited as v. l. or to supply deficiency], MS PRO E 352
Cheshire in the Pipe Rolls (1158–1301), Lancs & Chesh Rec. Soc. XCII (1938):
Account of Chamberlain of Chester (1301), ib., 187–220; v. et. Ac. Chamb. Chesh
Rotulus Pipae Clonensis (1364–1403, w. other docs.), ed. R. Caulfield, (Cork, 1859)
The Irish Pipe Roll of 14 John, 1211–12, Ulster J. of Arch. 3rd ser. IV Sup. (Belfast, 1941)
Pipe Roll Society for the publication of the Great Rolls of the Exchequer, publications, I– (1884–):
 new ser., [also numbered in continuation of original series XXXIX–]
Pipe Rolls of the Bishopric of Winchester (1208–1454):
(1207–8), ed. H. Hall, (1903)
(1210–11), ed. N. R. Holt, (Manchester, 1964)
later rolls, MS Hants RO
  V. et. Crawley
Patrologiae cursus completus. Series Latina, 221 vols., ed. J.-P. Migne, (Paris, 1844–64) [by col.]:
Supplementum, 4 vols., ed. A. Hamman, (Paris, 1958–71)
Poetae Latini aevi Carolini, 4 vols., ed. E. Duemmler et al., MGH (Berlin, 1881–1923), containing:
I 16–23, v. Bonif. Carm.
I 169–206, v. Alcuin SS Ebor
I 207–20, v. Alcuin WillV
I 220–351, v. Alcuin Carm.
Planctus Universitatis Oxoniensis contra laicos (1354), Collect. Ox. III (1896) 170–9 [by line]
Placita Anglo-Normannica (Will. I–Ric. I), ed. M. M. Bigelow, (1879)
  R. H. Morris, Chester in the Plantagenet and Tudor reigns (Chester, 1895)
  Tony Hunt, Plant Names of Medieval England (Cambridge, 1989)
Pleas of the Crown for the county of Gloucester (1221), ed. F. W. Maitland, (1884)
Pleas before the King or his Justices (1198–1202 and 1198–1212), 4 vols., Selden Soc. LXVII, LXVIII, LXXXIII, LXXXIV (1932–67) [by vol. & no.]
 Plea and Memoranda Rolls of the City of London (1323–1484), MS Lond. Metrop. Arch.; v. et. Cal. Pl. Mem. Lond.
 Plea Rolls, Palatinate of Chester (1259–), MS PRO CHES 29
 Plea Rolls (Placita de Banco), Court of Common Pleas (1272–), MS PRO CP 40
 Plea Rolls, Exchequer of Pleas (1235–), MS PRO E 53
 Jewish Plea Rolls (1219–87), MS PRO E 9; v. et. SelPlJews
 Plea Rolls, Aula Regis or Marshalsea Court (Ed. II–), MS PRO E 37
Liber Pluscardensis VI 15–XI (1141–1445), ed. F. J. H. Skene, Historians of Scotland VII (Edinburgh, 1877) [by bk. & cap.] [earlier portion omitted by ed. as adding nothing material to Fordun]
English Place-names, series published by the English Place-name Soc., arr. by county, I– (Cambridge, 1924–):
English place-name elements, ed. A. H. Smith, XXV, XXVI (1956)
Introduction to the survey of English place-names, ed. A. Mawer & F. M. Stenton, I (1924)
Un poème en l’honneur de Saint Edmond de Cantorbéry, Anal. Boll. XXXII (1913) 5–9
A Latin Poem on St. Hilda and Whitby Abbey (c1100), ed. A. G. Rigg, JML VI (1996) 2–43 (text 58–32) [by line]
 Poem on St. Gregory [ob. 604] (10c. MS), in Poésies pop. 237–8
 Poem on St. Thomas Becket [ob. 1170] (a1200), in Poésies pop. 70–93
Political poems and songs (1327–1483), 2 vols., RS XIV (1859–6), containing:
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I 282–300, v. R. Maidstone Conc.
  V. et. J. Bridl.
Political songs of England (John–Ed. II), Camd. Soc. VI (1839), containing:
128–32, v. Wykes Vers.
The Pontifical Offices used by David de Bernham, Bishop of S. Andrews, ed. C. Wordsworth, (Edinburgh, 1885)
Liber pontificalis Archiepiscopi Eboracensis (12c.), Surtees Soc. LXI (1875)
Liber pontificalis Episcopi Exoniensis [Edmund Lacy, ob. 1455], ed. R. Barnes, (Exeter, 1847)
Pontifical of Salisbury (13c.–15c.), (extr.) in Mon. Rit. I 3–272, II 154–365
Essays in history presented to R. L. Poole, ed. H. W. C. Davis, (Oxford, 1927), containing:
98–114, v. Wycl. Soc.
  Tony Hunt, Popular Medicine in Thirteenth-Century England, Introduction and Texts (Cambridge, 1990)
 Port Books (1565–1798), MS PRO E 190
 Port Books of Southampton:
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(1435–6), Southampton Rec. Soc. rec. ser. VII (1963)
(1439–40), ib., V (1961)
(1469–81), Southampton Rec. Soc. XXXVII, XXXVIII (1937–8)
Studies in medieval history presented to F. M. Powicke, ed. R. W. Hunt, W. A. Pantin & R. W. Southern, (Oxford, 1948), containing:
143–56, v. P. Cornw. Disp.
194–209, v. Gros. Quaest. Theol.
269–82, v. Peckham Serm.
363–85, v. Uhtred Mon. V.
Poésies populaires latines du moyen âge, ed. E. du Méril, (Paris, 1847), containing:
70–93, v. Poem S. Thom.
175–7, v. Becket Sim.
237–8, v. Poem S. Greg.
Promptorium parvulorum sive clericorum dictionarius Anglo-Latinus Princeps, auctore fratre Gaifrido Grammatico dicto (1440), ed. A. L. Mayhew, EETS extra ser. CII (1908)
Placita de Quo Warranto (Ed. I–Ed. III), (RC, 1818); also (822a–840b) S. Jers. XVIII 11–94
Rotuli de Praestito:
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(1210–11), in Liberate RC 173–253
(1212–16), Pipe R. Soc. ns XXXVII (1964)
  F. Clarke, Praxis in curiis ecclesiasticis (1596); 2nd ed. (1684) [by cap.]
  C. L. Kingsford, Prejudice and promise in 15th-century England (Oxford, 1925)
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Correspondence etc. of the Priory of Coldingham [Berwick] (1261–15c.), Surtees Soc. XII (1841)
Narrative of the Proceedings against Dame Alice Kyteler 1324, by R. de Ledrede, Bishop of Ossory [ob. 1360], Camd. Soc. XXIV (1843); v. et. Ledrede
Proceedings of the British Academy, I– (London, 1903–)
Ceremonies and Processions of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury (c1445), ed. C. Wordsworth, (Cambridge, 1901)
Proceedings before Justices of the Peace in the 14th and 15th centuries, ed. B. H. Putnam, (London, 1938)
  L. Ehrlich, Proceedings against the Crown (1216–1377) (Oxford, 1921)
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 Warrants for the Great Seal [by date and number]:
Ser. I (1230–1485), MS PRO C 81
Ser. I (1485–1714), MS PRO C 82
 Glosses in the Blickling Psalter (Roman, 8c.), EETS LXXIII (1880) 253–63
The Salisbury Psalter [Gallican, c975, glosses c1100], EETS CCXLII (1959 for 1955–6) [by psalm & verse]
The Vespasian Psalter [Roman, 8c., glosses 9c.], ed. S. M. Kuhn, (Ann Arbor, Mich., 1965) [by psalm & verse]
Ps.-AnselmPseudo-Anselm
Meditationes, PL CLVIII 709–820 [assigned where possible to authors]; v. (on assignment to authors) Revue d’ascétique et de mystique VIII (1927) 272–82
Ps.-Bede
Collectanea Pseudo-Bedae, ed. M. Bayliss & M. Lapidge, Scriptores Latini Hiberniae XIV (Dublin, 1998) [by no.; 338–55 not cited]
Hymni [incl. among Bede’s but not authentic], PL XCIV 605–21, 627–8, 633–4 [by col.]
Ps.-CampsallPseudo-Campsall
Logica Campsale Anglici (1324×1334) [prev. cited as Campsall], ed. E. A. Synan, The Works of Richard Campsall (Toronto, 1982) II 75–420
Ps.-Elmh.Pseudo-Elmham
Vita et gesta Henrici V (c1446), ed. T. Hearne, (Oxford, 1727) [by cap.], containing:
347–50, v. Somerset Quer.
  V. et. Elmh., G. Hen. V
Ps.-Gosc.Pseudo-Goscelin
v. Gosc. Milb.
v. Ælf. Swith.
v. Gosc. Werb.
Ps.-Gros.Pseudo-Grosseteste
Tractatus de Grammatica (13c.), ed. K. Reichl, Veröffentl. des Grabmann-Instituts XXVIII (Munich, 1976)
Summa philosophiae (c1270) [possibly by Kilwardby], BGPM IX (1912) 275–643
Ps.-Map
Latin poems commonly attributed to Walter Mapes (12c.–), Camd. Soc. XVI (1841); v. et. Walt. Wimb.
Ps.-OckhamPseudo-Ockham
Tractatus de principiis theologiae (a1550) [made up chiefly of extracts from Ockham], ed. L. Baudry, Études de philosophie médiévale XXIII (Paris, 1936)
 Council and Privy Seal Records (Ed. III–Eliz. I), MS PRO E 28
Ps.-Ric.Pseudo-Galen
Anatomia vivorum [wrongly attrib. Ric. Med.] (c1225), ed. R. Töply, (Vienna, 1902) [by cap.]
Ps.-Rish.
Chronicon de duobus bellis (1264–5) [attrib. Rish.], Chr. Mon. S. Alb. VII 491–565
P. Sutton Peter of Sutton, O. F. M. [fl. 1310]
Quaestiones disputatae [attrib.], Franciscan Studies XXIV (1964) 103–43
Quodlibeta [attrib.], ib., XXIII (1963) 72–139
Quaestio de univocatione entis Dei et creaturarum, Collectanea Franciscana III (1933) 8–25
Public Works in medieval law, Selden Soc. XXXII, XL (1915, 1923)
Pull. Robert Pullen (alias Pullus) [ob. c1147]
Sermo de omnibus humanae vitae necessariis or de contemptu mundi, Gregorianum XXXI (1950) 199–223
Sententiarum theologicarum libri VIII (c1140), PL CLXXXVI (1854) 639–1010
Purvey John Purvey [ob. p1427] v. Ziz.
P. Verg. Polydore Vergil [ob. 1555]
Anglicae historiae libri XXVII (–1538), (Basle, 1556) [by bk. & p.]; partly superseded by (bks. XXIV (XXVI) and XXV (XXVII)) P. Verg. Camd.:
 Bks. XXIV (XXVI) and XXV (XXVII), ed. D. Hay, Camd. 3rd ser. LXXIV (1950)
De rerum inventoribus libri octo, (Basel, 1546) [by bk., cap., & p.]; superseded by (bks. I–III) ed. B. Copenhaver, (Cambridge, MA, 2002) [by bk., cap., & sect.]
v. P. Verg. De rerum inventoribus
 Preface to Gildas EB, (prob. Antwerp, 1525)
 from Anglica Historia, Vatican MSS I and II, ed. D. Hay, Polydore Vergil (Oxford, 1952) 199–207
P. Waltham Peter of Waltham, Archdeacon of London [ob. c1196]
Remediarium Conversorum [abridged from Gregory’s Moralia in Job], ed. J. Gildea, (Villanova, Penn., 1984)
De quadripartita regis specie (c1391) [possibly by John Thorpe, Treasurer of Ireland 1393–1394], Camd. 4th ser. XVIII (1977) 22–39
Quaestiones disputatae, in Theol. Ox., containing:
104–32, (a1290)
287–362, (c1301)
The Prose Salernitan Questions, an anonymous collection dealing with science and medicine written by an Englishman c1200 with an appendix of ten related collections, Auct. Brit. V (1979) [by collection & no.]
Quid sit Deus, MLJ XVIII (1983) 197–223 [by sect., stanza, & line]
 Poem addressed to John of Garland (c1225), ed. D. Guerri, Studi Letterari e Linguistici dedicati a Pio Rajna (Milan, 1911) 181–90 [by line]
Quoniam attachiamenta, sive leges Baronum (?14c.), in RegiamM I ff. 105–31; also Stair Soc. XI (1947) 305–81 [by cap.; preferred to text in APScot I 645–59]
Rara Mathematica, ed. J. O. Halliwell, (1839), containing:
1–26, v. Sacrob. AN
48–54, v. Robyns Com.
94–106, v. J. Norfolk
R. Basevorn Robert de Basevorn [fl. 1320]
Forma praedicandi, ed. T. M. Charland, (Artes Praedicandi), Publications de l’Institut d’études médiévales d’Ottawa VIII (1936) 233–323 [by cap]
R. Battle Ralph, Prior of Rochester and Abbot of Battle [1040–1124]
De octo a monachis observandis, Studia Monastica XI (1969) 26–91
The Red Book of the Exchequer (12c.–16c.), 3 vols., RS XCIX [–445, –806, –1081] (1896)
The Red Book of the Hereford bishopric estates (13c.), (Camd. Misc. XV), Camd. 3rd ser. XLI (1929)
The Red Book of the Earls of Kildare (1185–1519), ed. G. Mac Niocaill, (IMC, Dublin, 1964)
R. Bocking Ralph Bocking [ob. 1270]
Life of St. Richard of Wych, Bishop of Chichester [1253], Acta SS. Boll. Apr. I (1675) 282–318 [by bk. & sect.]
The Red Book of Ormond (c1197–c1547), ed. N. B. White, (IMC, Dublin, 1932)
The Red Book of Ossory (14c.–16c.), (extr.) ed. W. Carrigan, History of the Diocese of Ossory (Dublin, 1905) IV 363–93:
The Red Book of the diocese of Ossory, summarized w. extr., HMC Rep. X App. V (1885) 219–56; cf. ib., X App. VII, VIII, containing:
242–53, v. Ledrede
R. Bromwich Richard of Bromwich, O. S. B. [fl. 1300]
Commentary on the Sentences, (extr.) RTAM V (1933) 206–17
R. Bury Richard of Bury (alias d’Aungerville), Bishop of Durham [1281–1345]
Liber Epistolaris, ed. N. Denholm-Young, Roxb. Club (1950); also (extr.) in FormOx 1–79
Philobiblon, ed. E. C. Thomas, (1888) [by cap. & sect.]; also ed. A. Altamura, (Naples, 1954)
v. Reg. Durh.
The Red Book of Worcester, surveys of Bishops’ Manors (chiefly 12c.–13c.), 4 parts, ed. M. Hollings, Worcs Hist. Soc. (1934–50)
 Record Commission publications, (1802–52):
 Reports and proceedings, various, I–IX (1719–1839)
R. Cant. Reginald of Canterbury [fl. 1112]
Vita S. Malchi, ed. L. R. Lind, (Urbana, Ill., 1942) [by bk. & line]
 Poems, ed. F. Liebermann, Neues Archiv XIII (1888) 521–56 [by no. & line]; further poems in Sat. Poets II 259–67 [by p.]; Anal. Hymn. L (1907) 370–87 [by no. (287–98) & stanza]
Rotuli chartarum 1199–1216, (RC, 1837); v. et. ChartR, CalCh
R. Clive Richard of Clive [fl. 13c.]
Quaestiones super Metaphysica (c1273), (extr.) CIMA LV (1987) 155–7
R. Cold. Reginald of Coldingham (alias of Durham) [ob. c1190]
Libellus de admirandis B. Cuthberti [ob. 687] virtutibus (c1174), Surtees Soc. I (1835) [by cap.]
De vita et miraculis S. Godrici, heremitae de Finchale [ob. 1170] (c1178), Surtees Soc. XX (1847) [by sect.]
Vita S. Oswaldi regis et martyris [ob. 642] (1165), (Symeonis Dunelmensis Opera), RS LXXV (1882–5) I app. III 326–85 [by cap.] [incomplete]
 Coroners’ Rolls (Hen. III–Hen. VI), MS PRO JUST 2
 Coroners’ Rolls, MS Corporation of London RO; also (calendar) (1913)
R. Courçon Robert de Courçon [ob. 1219]
Summa, (extr.) N. & E. XXXI (1884) 261–74:
 capitula, Med. Stud. IX (1947) 83–107
De usura, (extr.) ed. G. Lefèvre, (Lille, 1902)
Rotuli de dominabus (1185), Pipe R. Soc. XXXV (1913)
R. Dymmok Roger Dymmok [ob. c1418]
Liber contra XII errores et hereses Lollardorum (?1395), Wycl. Soc. (1923), containing:
pp. 30, 53, 71 etc., v. Concl. Loll. XII
R. D’Escures Ralph D’Escures, Archb. of Canterbury [ob. 1122]
Epistola de causis ecclesiae Eboracensis, in Hist. Church York II 228–51
Sermo, PL CLVIII 644–9
Early records of the burgh of Aberdeen (1317–1407), ed. W. C. Dickinson, SHS 3rd ser. LXIX (1957)
Records of St. Bartholomew’s, Smithfield [London] (12c.–), ed. E. A. Webb, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1921); v. et. J. Mirfield
Manuscripts of the extinct corporation of Burford, Oxfordshire (1350–), HMC Var. Coll. I (1901) 29–64
The Record of Caernarvon (1258–16c.), ed. H. Ellis, (RC, 1838)
English Coronation Records (9c.–), ed. L. G. W. Legg, (1901), containing:
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The Early Records of Medieval Coventry, Rec. Soc. & Econ. ns XI (1986) [by no.]
Records relating to the hundred and manors of Crondal [Hants], pt. i Historical and manorial (c880–17c.), Hants Rec. Soc. (1891)
Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Edinburgh, 1403–1571, 3 vols., Scottish Burgh Rec. Soc. (1869–75)
  A. Steel, The Receipt of the Exchequer, 1377–1485 (Cambridge, 1954)
 Enrolments and registers of receipts, Receipt Rolls, MS PRO E 401:
(1241–2), Pipe R. Soc. LXXXVII (1992 for 1987–8)
Elton [Hunts & Northants] manorial Records 1279–1351, Roxb. Club (1946)
Calendar of Eton College Records (12c.–), ed. N. Blakiston, I– (1939–) [TS copy at PRO; by vol. & no.]
Cambridge Gild Records (14c.), Camb. Antiq. Soc. 8o ser. XXXIX (1903)
Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk 1250–1350, The Early Records of Holkham, ed. W. Hassall & J. Beauroy, Rec. Soc. & Econ. ns XX (1993) [by date, no. of doc., & p.]
Records of the Borough of Leicester:
(1103–1835), ed. M. Bateson et al., 6 vols. (London, Cambridge, Leicester, 1899–1967)
(1196–1930), ns 2 vols. (Leicester, 1927–33)
Records of the Rape of Lewes (1265–15c.), Sussex Rec. Soc. XLIV (Lewes, 1939)
Records of Lincoln’s Inn (1420–), ed. W. P. Baildon et al., 7 vols. (1896–1968)
Records of the Corporation of Lostwithiel [Cornw] (1190–), HMC Var. Coll. I (1901) 327–37
Records of Merton Priory [Surrey] (1114–1539), ed. A. Heales, (1898)
Records of the City of Norwich (1086–), ed. W. Hudson & J. C. Tingey, 2 vols. (Norwich, 1906–10)
Records of the borough of Nottingham (1155–), ed. J. Raine et al., 9 vols. (London & Nottingham, 1882–1956)
RecogR Chester v. Enr. Chester
Selection from Prescot court leet and other Records (1447–1600), Lancs & Chesh Rec. Soc. LXXXIX (1937)
Records of the Borough of Reading (1431–1654), ed. J. M. Guilding, 4 vols. (London, 1892–6)
Documents and Records illustrating the history of Scotland (1236–1306), ed. F. Palgrave, (RC, 1837)
Records of the social and economic history of England and Wales, 9 vols., (British Academy, 1914–35):
 new ser., I– (British Academy, 1972–)
Records relating to the Stannaries of Cornwall (c1197–), ed. E. Smirke, The Case of Vice against Thomas (1843) appendix [sep. pag.]
Adderbury rectoria (14c.–15c.), Oxon Rec. Soc. VIII (1926)
Records of the Templars in England, Rec. Soc. & Econ. IX (1935), containing:
1–135, inquest (1185)
137–236, charters etc.
 Exchequer, Recusant Rolls (1592–), MS PRO E 376, 377; also (extr.) Cath. Rec. Soc. XVIII, LVII, LXI
Records of the Wardrobe and Household:
(1285–6), ed. B. F. Byerley & C. R. Byerley, (HMSO, 1977) [by no.]
(1286–9), ed. B. F. Byerley & C. R. Byerley, (HMSO, 1986) [by no.]
Redman Robert Redman [ob. 1540]
Henrici quinti illustrissimi Anglorum regis historia [1413–22] (a1540), in Mem. Hen. V 1–59
Records of Early English Drama, (Toronto & Manchester, 1979–) [by town or county & p.]
Registrum Abbatiae de Aberbrothoc [Arbroath, Angus] (1178–1536), 2 vols., Bannatyne Club (1846–56)
Registrum episcopatus Aberdonensis (12c.–), Spalding Club XIII, XIV (1845)
Registrum ecclesiae Omnium Sanctorum juxta Dublin (12c.–15c.), ed. R. Butler, (Dublin, 1845)
Registrum antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln (1061–), Linc. Rec. Soc. XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX, XXXII, XXXIV, XLI, XLVI, LI, LXII, LXVII, LXVIII (1931–73)
 Registers of the Archbishops of Armagh:
1418–39 John Swayne, w. some earlier and later entries, (HMSO, Belfast, 1935)
1443–56 John Mey, (HMSO, Belfast, 1972)
 Registers of the Bishops of Bath and Wells, Som Rec. Soc. [by date & p.]:
1407–24 Nicholas Bubwith, XXIX, XXX (1914)
1425–43 John Stafford, XXXI, XXXII (1915, 1916)
Register of Edward the Black Prince (1346–8, 1351–65), 4 vols. (HMSO, 1930–3)
Registrum Episcopatus Brechinensis [Brechin, Angus] (1165–), 2 vols., Bannatyne Club (1856)
Registrum brevium tam originalium quam judicialium (mainly 15c.), 4th ed. (1687):
 pt. 2 (Judicialia), 1–85 [by f.]
 pt. 1 (Originalia), 1–321 [by f.]
Extracts from the council register of the Burgh of Aberdeen (1398–1625), 2 vols., Spalding Club XII, XIX (Aberdeen, 1844–8)
The Register or chronicle of Butley Priory, Suffolk (1510–35), ed. A. G. Dickens, (Winchester, 1951)
 Registers of the Archbishops of Canterbury, Cant. & York Soc. [by date, (vol.), & p.]:
1207–28 Stephen Langton v. Act. Cant., S. Langton
1279–92 John Peckham, LXIV, LXV (1968–9); v. et. Peckham
1294–1313 Robert Winchelsea, LI, LII [cont. pag.] (1956); v. et. Winchelsea
1366–8 Simon de Langham, LIII (1956)
1414–43 Henry Chichele, XLII, XLV–XLVII (1937–47)
1454–86 Thomas Bourchier, LIV (1957)
1559–75 Matthew Parker, XXXV, XXXVI, XXXIX (1928–33)
Registers of the Bishops of Carlisle [by date, vol., & p.]:
1292–1324 John de Halton, Cant. & York Soc. XII, XIII (1913)
Fragments of a lost register of the diocese of Clogher (c1525), Arch. Soc. Louth IV (Dundalk, 1918) 226–57
Registrum Collegii Exoniensis [Oxford] (1314–), OHS XXVII (1894)
 Registers of Congregation, University of Oxford:
1448–63 Register Aa, OHS ns XXII (1970)
others, MS University Archives
Liber cartarum abbatiae de Dunfermelyn [Fife] (12c.–), Bannatyne Club (1842) [by no.]
 Registers of the Bishops of Durham [by date, vol., & p.]:
1311–16 Richard de Kellaw, 4 vols., (Registrum Palatinum Dunelmense), RS LXII [–672, –1420, –, –] (1873–8)
1333–45 Richard d’Aungerville of Bury, (extr.) Surtees Soc. CXIX (1910) 10–64; v. et. R. Bury
1406–37 Thomas Langley, ib., CLXIV, CLXVI, CLXIX, CLXX, CLXXVII, CLXXXII (1956–70); v. et. Langley
1494–1501 Richard Fox, ib., CXLVII (1932)
1530–59 Cuthbert Tunstall, ib., CLXI (1952) 1–131
1561–76 James Pilkington, ib., 140–82
 Registers of the Archbishops of York, Surtees Soc. [by date, (vol.), & p.]:
1215–55 Walter Gray, (1225–55 only) LVI (1872)
1266–79 Walter Giffard, CIX (1904)
1279–85 William Wickwane, CXIV (1907)
1286–96 John le Romeyn, CXXIII (1916); and CXXVIII (1916) 1–203
1296–9 Henry of Newark, CXXVIII (1916) 205–35
1300–4 Thomas of Corbridge, CXXXVIII, CXLI (1925, 1928)
1305–6 John of Cracumbe, vicar-general, CXLV (1931) 1–2
1306–15 William Greenfield, CXLV (1931) 3–288; and CXLIX, CLI, CLII, CLV (–1938)
1317–40 William Melton, Cant. & York Soc. LXX, LXXI (1977–8)
Regesta Regum Anglo-Normannorum, ed. H. W. C. Davis et al., 4 vols. (Oxford, 1913–69) [by date & no. (or p. of appendix)], containing:
I, (1066–1100)
II, (1100–35)
III, (1135–54)
IV, (facsimiles) (1135–54)
Regesta Pontificum Romanorum (1198–1304), ed. A. Potthast, 2 vols. (Berlin, 1874–5) [by no.]
Regesta Regum Scottorum, (Edinburgh, 1960–) [by date & no.], containing:
1153–65 I: w. earlier docs. not incl. in E. Ch. Scot.
1165–1214 II
1249–86 IV. 1
1306–29 V
1329–71 VI
Register or memorial of Ewell [Surrey], w. note on priors of Merton and other 15c. docs. (1408), ed. C. Deeds, (1913) 1–135, containing:
135–8, undated custumal
 Registers of the Bishops of Exeter, ed. F. C. Hingeston-Randolph, 10 vols. (1889–1915), containing:
I (1889) 2, 1138–55 Robert Chichester
I 2, 1194–1206 Henry Marshall
I 2–4, 1214–23 Simon de Apulia
I 5–7, 1224–44 William Briwere
I 7, 1245–57 Richard Blondy
I 8–305, 1258–80 Walter Bronescombe
I 309–95, 1280–9 Peter Quivil
I 399–437, 1292–1307 Thomas de Bytton
II 1892, 1307–26 Walter de Stapeldon
III (1894) 1–33, 1327 James de Berkeley
III 37–603, IV, V (1894–9), 1327–69 John de Grandisson
V 1563–1610, v. Cart. Buckfast
VI, VII, (1901–6), 1370–94 Thomas de Brantynham
VIII (1886), 1395–1419 Edmund Stafford
IX, X (1909–15), 1420–55 Edmund Lacy, superseded and cont. by Devon & Cornw Rec. Soc. ns VII, X, XIII, XVI, XVIII (1963–72) [= Cant. & York Soc. LX–LXIII, LXVI]
  V. et. Reg. Heref.
 Gascon Register A (1318–19), ed. G. P. Cuttino, 3 vols. [–lxxviii & –311; 313–718; 719–882] (London, 1975–6)
Registrum Episcopatus Glasguensis (12c.–), 1 vol. in 2, Bannatyne Club [–302, 303–] (1843), containing:
I app. ii lxxviii–lxxxvi, v. V. Kentig.
I app. iii p. lxxxvii–xcviii, v. Offic. Kentig. B
The English Register of Godstow nunnery, near Oxford [mainly Eng. transl. (c1450) of Latin docs.], EETS CXXIX, CXXX, CXLII (1911), containing:
I lxxxi–lxxxvii, v. Vis. Godstow
 Registers of the Bishops of Hereford, Cant. & York Soc. [all by date & p.]:
1275–82 Thomas de Cantilupo, II (1907)
1283–1317 Richard de Swinfield, VI (1909)
1317–27 Adam de Orleton, V (1908)
1327–44 Thomas de Charlton, IX (1913)
1344–61 John de Trillek, VIII (1912)
1361–70 Lewis de Charltone, XIV (1914)
1370–5 William de Courtenay, XV (1914)
1375–89 John Gilbert, XVIII (1915)
1389–1404 John Trefnant, XX (1916)
1404–16 Robert Mascall, XXI (1917)
1417–20 Edmund Lacy, XXII (1918) 1–128; v. et. Reg. Exon.
1420–2 Thomas Poltone, ib., [sep. pag.] 1–25
1422–48 Thomas Spofford, XXIII (1919)
1449–50 Richard Beauchamp, XXV (1919) 1–17
1451–3 Reginald Boulers, ib., [sep. pag.] 1–26
1453–74 John Stanbury, ib., [sep. pag.] 1–203
1474–92 Thomas Myllyng, XXVI (1920)
1504–16 Richard Mayew, XXVII (1921)
1516–35 Charles Bothe, XXVIII (1921) 1–360
1535–8 Edward Foxe, (extr.) ib., 361–80
1538–9 Hugh Coren, (extr.) ib., 381–2
1539 Edmund Boner, (extr.) ib., 383–5
index vol. 1275–1535, (Hereford, 1925)
Register and records of Holm Cultram [Cumb] (12c.–), Cumb & Westmor Antiq. Soc. rec. ser. VII (1929)
Register of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist, Dublin (c1190–16c.), ed. E. St. J. Brooks, (IMC, 1936) [by no.]
  ed. J. Skene, Regiam Majestatem [etc.] 2 vols. (Edinburgh, 1609), containing:
I ff. 8–104v, Regiam Majestatem (p1318) [also Stair Soc. XI (1947) 280–304] [by bk. & cap.; preferred to text in APScot I 597–641]
I ff. 105–31, v. Quon. Attach.
I ff. 162–70, v. Iter Cam.
Tractatus de regimine principum ad regem Henricum VI (1436–7), Camd. 4th ser. XVIII (1977) 40–173
Regina sedens Rhetorica [attrib. Simon O.] (1413×1422), ed. M. Camargo, Medieval Rhetorics of Prose Composition (Binghamton, N. Y., 1995) 176–207; supersedes text in FormOx 432–4
Registrum de Kilmainham: Register of the chapter acts of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland (1326–39), ed. C. McNeill, (IMC, 1932)
 Rolls and Registers of the Bishops of Lincoln, Linc. Rec. Soc. [by date, (vol.), & p.; some MS refs. by f.]:
1209–35 Hugh de Welles, III, VI, IX (1912–14) [= Cant. & York Soc. I (1909), III (1907), IV (1908)]
1235–53 Robert Grosseteste, XI (1914) 1–507 [= Cant. & York Soc. X (1913)]; v. et. Gros.
1254–8 Henry de Lexington, ib., 509–14
1258–79 Richard Gravesend, XX (1925) [= Cant. & York Soc. XXXI (1925)]
1280–99 Oliver Sutton, XXXIX, XLIII, XLVIII, LII, LX, LXIV– (1948–)
1405–19 Philip Repingdon, LVII, LVIII (1963)
 Registers of the Bishops of London, Cant. & York Soc. [by date, (vol.), & p.]:
1304–13 Ralph Baldock, VII (1911) 1–168 and 174–6
1313–16 Gilbert Segrave, ib., 169–73
1317–18 Richard Newport, ib., 177–94
1318–38 Stephen de Gravesend, ib., 195–320
1362–75 Simon de Sudbury, XXXIV, XXXVIII (1927, 1938)
A Register of members of St. Mary Magdalen College, Oxford:
8 vols., (1853–85)
N. S. (15c.–), 8 vols., (1894–1915)
Registrum Malmesburiense (c685–14c.), 2 vols., RS LXXII (1879–80)
Registrum annalium Collegii Mertonensis [Oxford] 1483–1603, OHS LXXVI (1923); and ib., ns XXIII, XXIV (1921–76) [by date & p.], containing:
1483–1521 I
1521–67 II
1567–1603 III
Registrum episcopatus Moraviensis (1160–), Bannatyne Club (1837)
Registrum S. Marie de Neubotle [Midloth] (1140–), Bannatyne Club (1849) [by no.]
Historical papers and letters from the Northern Registers (1265–1413), RS LXI (1873)
Registrum monasterii de Passelet [Renf] (1163–1529), Maitland Club (1832)
 Walter Pinchbeck [fl. c1333]: Pinchbeck Register of the Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds (1286–7), ed. Lord F. Harvey, 2 vols. [I: – f. 209a; II: f. 212a –] (Brighton, 1925) [by f.]
Register of Plympton Priory [Devon] (10c.–13c.), MS Bodley James 23 (wr. 18c.) 151–70 [by p. of MS]
Registrum Prioratus B. Mariae Wigorniensis (1235–c1285), Camd. Soc. XCI (1865)
Registrum Honoris de Richmond [Yorks] etc. (1087–), ed. R. Gale, (1722) app. [sep. pag.]
Registrum Roffense, records of the Diocese and Cathedral Church of Rochester (600–17c.), ed. J. Thorpe, (1769)
 Capitular Register of Rochester Cathedral (1142–8), MS BL Cotton Domitian A x
 Registers of the Bishops of Rochester, Cant. & York Soc. [by f.]:
1319–52 Hamo de Hethe (alias Hythe), incl. 12c. and 13c. charters, XLVIII, XLIX (1948)
Register of Daniel Rough, common clerk of Romney, 1353–80, Arch. Soc. Kent Kent recs. XVI (1945)
 Registers of the Bishops of Salisbury, Cant. & York Soc. [by date, vol., & p.]:
1297–1315 Symon de Gandavo, XL, XLI (1934); v. et. S. Gaunt
1315–30 Roger Martival, 4 vols. in 6, LV, LVI; LVII, LVIII; LIX; LXVIII [II: 1-354, 355-643] (1959–75)
Liber cartarum Prioratus S. Andree [Fife] (12c.–15c.), Bannatyne Club (1841) [by f.]
Register of St. Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury, 1 vol. in 2, ed. G. J. Turner & H. E. Salter, Rec. Soc. & Econ. II, III [–378, –678] (1915–24)
Register of the Priory of St. Bees [Cumb] (early 12c.), Surtees Soc. CXXVI (1915), containing:
497–520, v. V. Begae
Register of the Abbey of St. Benet of Holme [alias Hulme] 1020–1210, Norf Rec. Soc. II, III (1932)
Vetus registrum Sarisberiense alias dictum registrum S. Osmundi Episcopi (10c.–13c.), 2 vols., RS LXXVIII (1883–4), containing:
I 1–185, v. Offic. Sal.
Registrum statutorum et consuetudinum Ecclesiae Cathedralis S. Pauli Londinensis (674–19c.), ed. W. Sparrow Simpson, (1873), containing:
217–36, 237–49, v. Colet Stat.
Register of the Abbey of St. Thomas, Dublin (12c.–), RS XCIV (1889) [by no.]
Leger Book or Register of Stoneleigh Abbey [Warw] (12c.–14c.), Dugdale Soc. XXIV (1960)
Registrum temporalium (14c.), MS Kent RO DRcR3 Rochester
Register of the Priory at Tristernagh [Westmeath] (13c.), ed. M. V. Clarke, (IMC, Dublin, 1941)
Regularis concordia Anglicae nationis monachorum sanctimonialiumque (c970) [attrib. Æthelwold [ob. 984]], ed. T. Symons, (Med. Texts, 1953) [by sect.]; also (AS) ‘De consuetudine monachorum’, Anglia XIII (1891) 365–454
Regulae reclusorum, ed. L. Oliger, Antonianum III (1928) 151–90, 299–320 [by no. & sect.], containing:
I (= 170–83), Ordo anachoritalis vitae (13c.)
pp. 183–90, v. Rob. Presb.
II (= 299–312), Regula eremitarum (14c.)
III (= 312–30), Regula eremitarum Oxoniensis (14c.)
Register of the priory of Wetherhal [Cumb], Cumb & Westmor Antiq. Soc. (1897)
Registrum Johannis Whethamstede [Abbot of St. Albans] (1420–40, 1451–65), 2 vols., Chr. Mon. S. Alb. VI
Landboc sive registrum monasterii de Winchelcumba [Winchcombe, Glos] (798–1422), ed. D. Royce, 2 vols. (Exeter, 1892–1903)
 Registers of the Bishops of Winchester [by date, (vol.), & p. except where otherwise indicated]:
1282–1304 John de Pontissara, Cant. & York Soc. XIX, XXX (1915–24); also Surrey Rec. Soc. I, VI (1916–24)
1305–16 Henry Woodlock, Cant. & York Soc. XLIII, XLIV (1940–1)
1316–19 John de Sandale, Hants Rec. Soc. (1897) 3–264
1320–3 Rigaud de Asserio, ib., 387–606
1346–66 William Edington, MS Hants RO [by vol. & f.]
1367–1404 William de Wykeham, 2 vols., Hants Rec. Soc. (1896–9)
1520–30 Thomas Wolsey, Cant. & York Soc. XXXII (1926)
1531–2, 1553–5 Stephen Gardiner, Cant. & York Soc. XXXVII (1930) 1–91; v. et. Gardiner
1551–3 John Poynet, ib., 93–103
1556–9 John Whyte, Cant. & York Soc. XVI (1914)
  A. F. Pollard, The Reign of Henry VII 3 vols. (1913–14)
Relationes quaedam Arnaldi Blair, J. Blair, Acts and Deeds of Sir William Wallace (Edinburgh, 1758)
Reliquiae Antiquae, scraps from ancient MSS, ed. T. Wright & J. O. Halliwell, 2 vols. (1841–3)
Remonstrance of Domnall 0 Neill, king of Ulster, and others to Pope John XXII (1318), ed. T. Hearne, Scotichronicon 5 vols. (Oxford, 1722) III 908–26; also in Fordun Cont. II 259–67
Rental book of the diocese of Glasgow (1509–70), 2 vols., Grampian Club (1875) [bound w. Lib. prot.]
Rental of all the houses in Gloucester (1455), ed. R. Cole, (Gloucester, 1890)
Rental of Ottery St. Mary [Devon] (?14c.), MS BL Addit. 28838
Nuneaton Priory Rental, MS BL Addit. 49466
Rentale S. Andreae, Chamberlain and Granitar accounts of the Archbishopric (1538–46), SHS 2nd ser. IV
 Rentals and Surveys (Hen. III–):
 Portfolios, MS PRO SC 12
 Rolls, MS PRO SC 11
Reports respecting the Public Records of Ireland (1810–25), 3 vols. (RC, 1815–29)
R. Esk Richard of Esk, monk of Furness [fl. 15c.]
Metrical preface, in Couch. Furness I 21–3; superseded by Cumb & Westmor Antiq. Soc. ns LIII (1954) 98–109 [by line]
Responsio discipuli (a994), ASE I (1972) 122–6 [by line]
Revue bénédictine, I– (1884–)
Downside Review, I– (1880–)
 Fine Rolls, ed. T. D. Hardy, Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus (1199–1216) (RC, 1835) 197–605; v. et. CalFinR, ExcRFin, FineR, ROblat
Roles Gascons:
(1242–1307), 3 vols. in 4 (Paris, 1885–1906) [by p.]
(1307–17), IV (HMSO, 1962) [by no.]
(later rolls), MS PRO C 61
R. Howd. Roger Howden (alias Hovedene) [ob. c1201]
Chronica (732–1201), 4 vols., RS LI (1868–71), containing:
II 248–52, v. Assize Clar.
 Royal Historical Society:
Transactions, I– (1873–)
Rhyg. Rhygyfarch [ob. 1099]
Vita S. Davidis [fl. 6c.], in VSB 150–70:
(abbr.) (c1125), ed. J. W. James, (Cardiff, 1967) 1–28 [first text; by cap.]
 original text in MS BL Cotton Vespasian A xiv (wr. c1200), ib., [second text; by cap.]
Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, I– (Dublin, 1841–) section C
Ric. Angl. Ricardus Anglicus [Richard de Morins, Prior of Dunstable, ob. 1162]
Summa de ordine judiciario (c1196), ed. L. Wahrmund, Quellen zur Gesch. des römisch-kanonischen Processes im Mittelalter II iii (Innsbruck, 1915) [by cap.]
Summa brevis super decreta, (extr.) Traditio VII (1949–51) 353–5
Summa quaestionum, (extr.) ib., 355–8
Ric. Armagh Richard Fitzralph, Archb. of Armagh [ob. 1360]
 Autobiographical prayer [= Ric. Armagh Summa XIX 35] (c1359), ed. L. L. Hammerich, The beginning of the strife between Richard Fitzralph and the Mendicants (Copenhagen, 1938) 18–22
Defensio curatorum (1357), in Monarchia II 1391–1410 (recte 1291–1310) [by p. as printed & recte]
De pauperie salvatoris I–IV (c1356), in Wycl. Dom. Div. 273–476 [by bk. & p.; rest unprinted]
Commentary on the Sentences (c1331), (extr.) JRL Bull. XLV (1963) 390–422; also G. Leff, Richard Fitzralph, Commentator of the Sentences (Manchester, 1963)
 Sermones (1335–59), (extr.) ed. L. L. Hammerich, The beginning of the strife between Richard Fitzralph and the Mendicants (Copenhagen, 1938) 30–42
Summa contra Armenos (c1344), (Paris, 1512); v. et. Ric. Armagh AP
The proposition Unusquisque (1350), ed. L. L. Hammerich, The beginning of the strife between Richard Fitzralph and the Mendicants (Copenhagen, 1938) 53–84
Ric. Cornw. Richard Rufus of Cornwall, O. F. M. [fl. 1235–59]
Opiniones notatae in libros Sententiarum, Franciscan Studies XXXV (1975) 149–93 [by bk. & no.]
In Physicam Aristotelis, ed. R. Wood, Auct. Brit. XVI (2003)
Quaestio utrum Christus in triduo mortis fuerit homo [Ric. Cornw. Sent. III d. 22], RTAM XVI (1949) 275–80
Commentarius in Sententias:
I d. 2, Franziskanische Studien XXXVIII (1956) 187–202
II d. 17, Revue néoscolastique de philosophie XLII (1939) 439–45
Ric. Ely Richard, Prior of Ely [ob. c1194]
Analecta S. Etheldredae, Acta SS. Boll. Jun. IV (1707) 577–82
 V. et. Lib. Eli., T. Ely
Ric. Hex. Richard, Prior of Hexham [ob. p1154]
History of the church of Hexham (c674–c1114), in Hexham I 1–62 [by bk. & cap.]
De gestis Regis Stephani et de bello standardii [sic] (1135–8), in Chr. Steph. III 139–78 [by f.]; also in Hexham I 63–106
Ric. Med. Ricardus Medicus (alias Anglicus) [ob. 1252]
Anatomia [= Micrologus III] (a1200), ed. K. Sudhoff, Archiv für Gesch. der Medizin XIX (Leipzig, 1927) 209–39 [cf. Ps.-Ric. Anat.]
v. Correct. Alch.
Practica [= Micrologus IV], ed. H. Hellriegel, (Leipzig, 1934)
Signa pronostica infirmitatum [= Micrologus V], (earlier part) ed. H. E. Beusing, Leben und Werks des Ricardus Anglicus (Leipzig, 1922); also checked against text in ed. W. Herkner, Kosmetik und Toxicologie nach Wilhelm von Saliceto (Berlin, 1897)
Ric. Swyn. Richard Swyneshed (alias the Calculator), fellow of Merton [ob. p1354]
Calculationes (c1350), (Padua, 1477, etc.); also (extr.) in Sci. Mech. 298–304
De motu [attrib.], in Sci. Mech. 245–6
Ridewall John Ridewall, O. F. M. [fl. 1340]
Lectura in Apocalypsim (c1330), (extr.) in Eng. Friars app. I 312–14
 Commentary on De Civitate Dei (c1334), (extr.) Medium Ævum XXV (1957) 140–53
Fulgentius metaforalis, ed. H. Liebeschütz, (Leipzig, 1926)
Ringstead Thomas Ringstead [ob. 1366]
In Proverbia Salomonis [publ. under name of Holcot or T. Waleys], (Paris, 1515)
Ripley George Ripley [ob. 1490]
Opera omnia chemica, (Cassell, 1649), containing:
1–100, Liber XII portarum
101–122, Liber de mercurio et lapide philosophorum
123–78, Medulla philosophiae chemicae
179–224, Philorcium alchymistarum
295–313, Pupilla alchemiae
314–22, Terra terrae philosophicae
323–36, Concordantia Raymondi Lullii et Guidonis philosophi Graeci
337–65, Viaticum seu Varia practica
366–420, Accurtationes et practicae Raymundinae
421–6, Cantilena
Axiomata philosophica [summary of Liber XII portarum], in Theatrum Chem. II 109–118
Rish