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A Companion to Chivalry: But why?

A Companion to Chivalry: But why?

We all know that medieval chivalry was not about holding doors open for ladies, and standing up when they enter the room. We also know that a ‘code of chivalry’,… READ MORE

BB Deception in Medieval Warfare

Deception in Medieval Warfare Trickery and Cunning in the Central Middle Ages JAMES TITTERTON Welcome to the Herald Dr Titterton! We’d like to begin with a brief account of your… READ MORE

BB The Livery Collar

The Livery Collar in Late Medieval England and Wales Politics, Identity and Affinity MATTHEW WARD Dr Ward, welcome to the Medieval Herald! Would you please summarise your studies to date… READ MORE

St Stephen’s College, Westminster

St Stephen’s College, Westminster

Elizabeth Bigg’s new book is the full-length account of St Stephen’s College, the royally-favoured religious institution at the heart of the busy administrative world of the Palace of Westminster and… READ MORE

BB The Book of Geoffroi de Charny

The Book of Geoffroi de Charny with the Livre Charny Edited & translated by NIGEL BRYANT & IAN WILSON Ian Wilson, thank you for chatting to us. Before we dive… READ MORE

Boydell & Brewer Subjects

Boydell & Brewer Ltd was formed in 1978. It merged two companies, Boydell Press and D.S. Brewer, whose founders, Richard Barber and Derek Brewer, were themselves scholars at this time… READ MORE

Arthurian Literature

Arthurian Literature is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the critical study of all aspects of the Arthurian legend. The range of scholarly inquiry is wide, from medieval and post-medieval Arthuriana… READ MORE

Dressing the Scottish Court

Dressing the Scottish Court

Many thanks to Professor Melanie Schuessler Bond for this introduction to her new book, the third in our Medieval and Renaissance Clothing and Textiles series. James V, King of Scotland,… READ MORE

The Heraldic Art of John Ferguson

The Heraldic Art of John Ferguson

Here’s some great insight into a recent publication, an unusual and very special new book devoted to the work of an artist who’s a giant in his field: John Ferguson,… READ MORE