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Volume 102 (350)

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vol. 102 (350): 179-181
Alexander of Telese's Encomium of Capua and the Formation of the Kingdom of Sicily
PAUL OLDFIELD, vol. 102 (350): 183-200
The Anglo-Scottish War of 1558 and the Scottish Reformation
AMY BLAKEWAY, vol. 102 (350): 201-224
African American Citizenship, the 1883 Civil Rights Cases and the Creation of the Jim Crow South
STEPHEN ROBINSON, vol. 102 (350): 225-241
Hector Davies: A Liberal at War
RHODRI JEFFREYS-JONES, vol. 102 (350): 242-258
Review Article: The Intellectual Foundations of Burke Scholarship
J. C. D. Clark, vol. 102 (350): 259-270
Review Article: Long Shadows of the Shoah: The ‘Aftermath’ in Holocaust Historiography
JAN LÁNÍČEK, vol. 102 (350): 271-286
The Thorney Liber Vitae (London, British Library, Additional MS 40,000, fols 1–12r): Edition, Facsimile and Study. Edited by Lynda Rollason. Boydell. 2015. xxx + 317 pp. £95.00.
LEVI ROACH, vol. 102 (350): 287-288
The Church and Vale of Evesham, 700–1215: Lordship, Landscape and Prayer. By David Cox. Boydell. 2015. xvi + 228pp. £60.00.
ANDREW WAREHAM, vol. 102 (350): 288-290
Bishops, Authority and Community in Northwestern Europe, c.1050–1150. By John S. Ott. Cambridge University Press. 2015. xii + 380pp. £74.99.
JULIA BARROW, vol. 102 (350): 290-291
The Manly Priest: Clerical Celibacy, Masculinity, and Reform in England and Normandy, 1066–1300. By Jennifer D. Thibodeaux. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2015. viii + 230pp. £39.00.
KATHERINE HARVEY, vol. 102 (350): 291-292
The Fifth Crusade in Context: The Crusading Movement in the Early Thirteenth Century. Edited by E. J. Mylod, Guy Perry, Thomas W. Smith and Jan Vandeburie. Routledge. 2017. xxii + 240pp. £95.00.
NICHOLAS MORTON, vol. 102 (350): 292-294
Legal Plunder: Households and Debt Collection in Late Medieval Europe. By Daniel Lord Smail. Harvard University Press. 2016. xv + 326pp. £29.95.
TOM JOHNSON, vol. 102 (350): 294-297
Insular Books: Vernacular Manuscript Miscellanies in Late Medieval Britain. Edited by Margaret Connolly and Raluca Radulescu. Oxford University Press. 2015. xviii + 330pp. £70.00.
JANE ROBERTS, vol. 102 (350): 297-300
Archery and Crossbow Guilds in Medieval Flanders, 1300–1500. By Laura Crombie. Boydell. 2016. ix + 259pp. £60.00.
DAVID NICHOLAS, vol. 102 (350): 300-302
Hospitaller Piety and the Crusader Propaganda: Guillaume Caoursin's Description of the Ottoman Siege of Rhodes, 1480. By Theresa M. Vann and Donald J. Kagay. Ashgate. 2015. xiii + 380pp. £80.00.
NICHOLAS MORTON, vol. 102 (350): 302-304
John Prise, ‘Historiae Britannicae Defensio’: A Defence of the British History. Edited and translated by Ceri Davies. Bodleian Publishing and Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies. 2015. liv + 335pp. £110.00.
LLOYD BOWEN, vol. 102 (350): 304-305
Children of Wrath: Possession, Prophecy and the Young in Early Modern England. By Anna French. Ashgate. 2015. viii + 181pp. £65.00.
ANTHONY FLETCHER, vol. 102 (350): 305-307
The King is Dead: The Last Will and Testament of Henry VIII. By Suzannah Lipscomb. Head of Zeus. 2015. 238pp. £14.99.
RALPH HOULBROOKE, vol. 102 (350): 307-308
Governing by Virtue: Lord Burghley and the Management of Elizabethan England. By Norman Jones. Oxford University Press. 2015. xi +244. £60.00.
PAUL E. J. HAMMER, vol. 102 (350): 308-310