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1)Royal succession and the growth of political stability in ninth-century Wessex 
Richard Philip Abels  
Haskins Society Journal, 12 (2002) 83-97
2)Estudio codicológico del ejemplar del Ceremonial de la Coronación, Unción y Exequias de los reyes de Inglaterra, conservado en al Archivo Real y… 
Itziar Zabalza Aldave  
in: Ceremonial de la coronación, unción y exequias de los reyes de Inglaterra, ed. by Eloísa Ramírez Vaquero ([Pamplona]: Gobierno de Navarra, 2008), pp. 103-142.
3)A thirteenth-century coronation rubric 
Hope Emily Allen  
Church Quarterly Review, 95 (1923) 335-41
4)Opposition to royal power in England in the late Middle Ages 
C. T. Allmand  
in: Königliche Gewalt, Gewalt gegen Könige : Macht und Mord im spätmittelalterlichen Europa, ed. by Martin Kintzinger and Jörg Rogge, Zeitschrift für historische Forschung, Beiheft, 33 (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2004), pp. 51-70.
5)Henry VII and the Tudor pretenders : Simnel, Warbeck, and Warwick 
Nathen Amin  
(Stroud: Amberley Publishing, 2020)
6)Lost heirs of the medieval crown : The kings and queens who never were 
J. F. Andrews  
(Yorkshire: Pen & Sword History, 2019)
7)City and Court Connected : The Material Dimensions of Royal Ceremonial, ca. 1480–1625 
Ian Wallace Archer  
Huntington Library Quarterly, 71.1 (2008) 157-79
8)England, France and Burgundy in the fifteenth century 
C. A. J. Armstrong  
(London: Hambledon, 1983)
9)The inauguration ceremonies of the Yorkist kings and their title to the throne 
C. A. J. Armstrong  
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 4th ser., 30 (1948) 51-73
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10)Eleanor : the secret queen : the woman who put Richard III on the throne 
John Ashdown-Hill  
(Stroud: History Press, 2009)
11)Medieval self-coronations : the history and symbolism of a ritual  
Jaume Aurell  
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020)
12)Ælfwynn, second lady of the Mercians 
Maggie Bailey  
in: Edward the Elder, 899-924, ed. by N. J. Higham and David Hill (London: Routledge, 2001), pp. 112-27.
13)Anxieties with Political and Social Order in Fifteenth-Century England 
Merridee L. Bailey  
in: Authority, gender and emotions in late medieval and early modern England, ed. by Susan Broomhall, Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 84-105.
14)Introduction : coronation studies – past, present and future 
J. M. Bak  
in: Coronations : medieval and early modern monarchic ritual, ed. by J. M. Bak (Berkeley (CA): 1990), pp. 1-15.
15)Jacobean Historiography and the Election of Richard III 
David Weil Baker  
Huntington Library Quarterly, 70.3 (2007) 311-42
16)The King’s Poet and the Inauguration of Alexander III 
John Bannerman  
Scottish Historical Review, 68 (1989) 120-49
17)Gender and history in medieval English romance and chronicle 
Laura D. Barefield  
(New York; Oxford: Peter Lang, 2003)
18)Edward the Confessor and the Norman Conquest 
Frank Barlow  
Historical Association, 1066 commemoration ser., 1 (Bexhill-on-Sea: 1966)
19)The removal of the Stone and attempts at recovery, to 1328 
Geoffrey Wallis Steuart Barrow  
in: The Stone of Destiny : artefact and icon, ed. by Richard Welander, David John Breeze and Thomas Owen Clancy, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, monograph ser., 22 (Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2003), pp. 199-206.
20)Observations on the Coronation Stone of Scotland 
Geoffrey Wallis Steuart Barrow  
Scottish Historical Review, 76 (1997) 115-21
21)Chester’s earliest regatta? : Edgar’s Dee-rowing revisited 
Julia Barrow  
Early Medieval Europe, 10.1 (2001) 81-93
22)Edward the Confessor and the succession question 
Stephen David Baxter  
in: Edward the Confessor : the man and the legend, ed. by Richard Mortimer (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2009), pp. 77-118.
23)Edward Balliol : A Re-evaluation of his Early Career, c. 1282-1332 
Amanda G. Beam  
in: England and Scotland in the fourteenth century : new perspectives, ed. by Andy King and Michael A. Penman (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2007), pp. 73-93.
24)Succession in Normandy, 1087, and in England, 1066 : the role of testamentary custom 
J. S. Beckerman  
Speculum, 47 (1972) 258-60
25)“Greatest in Her Offspring”: Motherhood and the Empress Matilda 
Charles Beem  
in: Virtuous or villainess? : the image of the royal other from the early medieval to the early modern era, ed. by Carey Fleiner and Elena Woodacre, Queenship and power (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), pp. 85-99.
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26)The Virtuous Virago : The Empress Matilda and the Politics of Womanhood in Twelfth-Century England 
Charles Beem  
in: Scholars and poets talk about queens, ed. by Carole Levin and Christine Stewart-Nuz, Queenship and power (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 85-98.
27)Henry IV, the Royal Succession and the Crisis of 1406 
Michael J. Bennett  
in: The reign of Henry IV : rebellion and survival, 1403-1413, ed. by Gwilym Dodd and Douglas Biggs (York: York Medieval Press in association with The Boydell Press with the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York, 2008), pp. 9-27.
28)Transformative Genealogies: Childbirth and Crises of Succession in Athelston 
Emma O. Bérat  
Studies in the Age of Chaucer, 42.1 (2020) 183-212
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29)Staging power in Tudor and Stuart English history plays : history, political thought, and the redefinition of sovereignty 
Kristin M. S. Bezio  
(Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, [2015])
30)The Wars of the Roses : the bloody struggle for England’s throne 
Hugh Bicheno  
(London: Apollo, 2019)
31)The Politics of Succession in Beowulf and Anglo-Saxon England 
Frederick M. Biggs  
Speculum, 80.3 (2005) 709-41
32)Beowulf and some fictions of the Geatish succession 
Frederick M. Biggs  
Anglo-Saxon England, 32 (2003) 55-77
33)A “sign of victory” : the Coronation Chair, its manufacture, setting and symbolism 
Paul Binski  
in: The Stone of Destiny : artefact and icon, ed. by Richard Welander, David John Breeze and Thomas Owen Clancy, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, monograph ser., 22 (Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2003), pp. 207-24.
34)The crown jewels : the history of the coronation regalia in the Jewel House of the Tower of London. 1. The history; 2. The catalogues 
Claude Blair  
2 vols. (London: The Stationery Office, 1998)
35)A drawing of an English medieval royal gold cup [temp. Henry VI] 
Claude Blair  
Burlington Magazine, 121 (1979) 370-3
36)Political Identity and the Succession of Henry II 
Mark E. Blincoe  
Haskins Society Journal, 31 (2020 for 2019) 163-184
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37)Coronations, kings and guardians : Politics, parliaments and general councils, 1371-1406 
Stephen I. Boardman  
in: Parliament and politics in Scotland, 1235-1560, ed. by Keith M. Brown and Roland Tanner, The history of the Scottish Parliament, 1 (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2004), pp. 102-22.
38)The City and the coronation; compiled largely from material in the Corporation’s Records Office 
S. H. Bonnett  
39)Edward the Confessor’s Succession According to the Bayeux Tapestry 
Pierre Bouet   & François Neveux  
in: The Bayeux tapestry : new approaches : proceedings of a conference at the British Museum, ed. by Michael John Lewis, Gale R. Owen-Crocker and Dan Terkla (Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2011), pp. 59-65.
40)Entre le réel et l’imaginaire : les rivalités successorales et l’idéologie de la légitimité dans la littérature française du XIIe siècle 
Dominique Boutet  
in: Royautés imaginaires (XIIe-XVIe siècles). Actes du colloque organisé par le Centre de recherche d’histoire sociale et culturelle (CHSCO) de l’université de Paris X-Nanterre (26 et 27 septembre 2003), ed. by Anne-Hélène Allirot, Gilles Lecuppre and Lydwine Scorfia, Culture et societé médiévales, 9 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2005), pp. 5-18.
41)Edgar at Chester in 973 : A Breton Link? 
Andrew Breeze  
Northern History, 44.1 (2007) 153-57
42)Contemporary perspectives on Alexander II’s succession : the evidence of king-lists 
Dauvit Broun  
in: The reign of Alexander II, 1214-49, ed. by Richard D. Oram, The Northern world, 16 (Leiden: Brill, 2005), pp. 79-98.
43)Aristocratic Politics and the Crisis of Scottish Kingship, 1286-96 
Michael Brown  
Scottish Historical Review, 90.1 (2011) 1-26
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44)Tánaise Ríg : an alternative interpretation 
Carine Bruy  
Études irlandaises, 27.2 (2002) 77-105
45)The Anglo-norman Coronation Order Of Edward II 
Daron Burrows  
Medium Aevum, 85.2 (2016) 278-313
46)The Tudors and the royal race 
Michael Laccohee Bush  
History, 55 (1970) 37-48
47)Sinners and saintly retribution : the timely death of King Stephen’s son Eustace, 1153 
Thomas Callahan  
Studia Monastica, 18 (1976) 109-17
48)Earl Godwin of Wessex and Edward the Confessor’s promise of the throne to William of Normandy 
M. W. Campbell  
Traditio, 28 (1972) 141-58
49)English poetry, July-October 1399, and Lancastrian crime 
David R. Carlson  
Studies in the Age of Chaucer, 29 (2007) 375-418
50)Dafydd ap Llywelyn’s Submission to King Henry III in October 1241 : A New Perspective 
David Carpenter  
Welsh History Review, 23.4 (2007) 1-12
51)Exception to the Rule : Medieval England could not accept a female monarch 
Helen Castor  
History Today, 60.10 (2010) 37-43
52)Dynastic succession in early medieval Wales 
Thomas Mowbray Charles-Edwards  
in: Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages : essays presented to J. Beverley Smith, ed. by Ralph Alan Griffiths and Phillipp R. Schofield (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2011), pp. 70-88.
53)The Norman Conquest : its setting and impact 
C. T. Chevallier  , Dorothy Whitelock  , David Charles Douglas  , C. H. Lemmon   & Frank Barlow  
54)Succession and interregnum in the English polity: the case of 1141 
S. D. Church  
Haskins Society Journal, 29 (2018 for 2017) 181-200
55)Aspects of the English Succession, 1066-1199 : The Death of the King 
S. D. Church  
Anglo-Norman Studies, 29 (2007) 17-34
56)The Old English Promissio regis 
Mary Clayton  
Anglo-Saxon England, 37 (2008) 91-150
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57)The Abbey and Palace as Theatres for Coronation 
Nicola Coldstream  
in: Westminster : the art, architecture and archaeology of the Royal Abbey and palace. Part 1, ed. by Warwick Rodwell and T. W. T. Tatton-Brown, British Archaeological Association, Conference Transactions, 39:1 (Leeds: Maney, 2015), pp. 301-311.
58)Flores Historiarum manuscripts. The illumination of a late thirteenth-century chronicle series 
Judith Collard  
Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 71.4 (2008) 441-66
59)Rites of king-making in tenth-century England 
M. A. Conn  
in: Propagation of power in the medieval West : selected proceedings of the international conference, Groningen 20-23 November 1996, ed. by Martin Gosman, Arie Johan Vanderjagt and Jan R. Veenstra, Mediaevalia Groningana, 23 (Groningen: Egbert Forsten, 1997), pp. 111-28.
60)When Romance Comes True 
Helen Cooper  
in: Boundaries in medieval romance, ed. by Neil Cartlidge, Studies in medieval romance, 6 (Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 2008), pp. 13-27.
61)A female king or a good wife and a great mother?: seals, coins and the epitaphic legacy of the Empress Matilda 
Maria Cooper  
Haskins Society Journal, 32 (2021 for 2020) 149-161
62)Een Hollands-Schots avontuur, 1291-1292 : de claim van Floris V op de Schotse troon 
E. H. P. Cordfunke  
(Utrecht: Uitgeverij Matrijs, 2005)
63)Alcuin, Rome, and Charlemagne’s Imperial Coronation 
Marios Costambeys  
in: England and Rome in the early Middle Ages : pilgrimage, art, and politics, ed. by Francesca Tinti, Studies in the Early Middle Ages, 40 (Turnhout: Brepols, [2014]), pp. 255-289.
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64)The declarations of the clergy, 1309-1310 
Edward J. Cowan  
in: The Declaration of Arbroath : history, significance, setting, ed. by Geoffrey Wallis Steuart Barrow (Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2003), pp. 32-49.
65)The Yorkists : the history of a dynasty 
Anne Crawford  
(London: Continuum, 2007)
66)North Sea Kingdoms, North Sea Bureaucrat : a Royal Official who Transcended National Boundaries 
Barbara Elizabeth Crawford  
Scottish Historical Review, 69 (1990) 175-84
67)Beowulf and the Containment of Scyld in the West Saxon Royal Genealogy [The dating of Beowulf : a reassessment] 
Dennis Cronan  
in: The dating of Beowulf : a reassessment, ed. by Leonard Neidorf, Anglo-Saxon studies, 24 (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2014), pp. 112-137.
68)Bishops and Succession Crises in Tenth- and Eleventh-Century England 
Catherine Cubitt  
in: Patterns of Episcopal power : bishops in tenth-and eleventh-century western Europe = Strukturen bischöflicher Herrschaftsgewalt im westlichen Europa des 10. und 11. Jahrhunderts, ed. by Ludger Körntgen and Dominik Wassenhoven, Prinz-Albert-Forschungen, 6 (Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter, 2011), pp. 111-126.
69)Loyalty and the usurper : recognizances, the council and allegiance under Henry VII 
Sean Cunningham  
Historical Research, 82.217 (2009) 459-81
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70)Henry VII 
Sean Cunningham  
Routledge historical biographies (London: Routledge, 2007)
71)England’s international relations 1485-1509 : continuities amidst change 
John M. Currin  
in: Tudor England and its neighbours, ed. by Susan Doran and Glenn Richardson, Themes in Focus (Houndmills, Basingstoke (Hants.): Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), pp. 14-43.
72)The “Coronation Expedition” and Henry VI’s court in France 1430 to 1432 
Anne Curry  
in: The Lancastrian court : proceedings of the 2001 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. by Jenny Stratford, Harlaxton Medieval Studies, ns, 13 (Donington: Shaun Tyas, 2003), pp. 29-52.
73)Inauguration and liturgical kingship in the long twelfth century : male and female accession rituals in England, France and the empire 
Johanna Dale  
(York: York Medieval Press, 2019)
4 review(s)
74)“Domine Salvum Fac Regem” : The Origin of ‘God Save the King’ in the Reign of Henry VI 
Elizabeth Danbury  
in: Parliament, personalities and power : papers presented to Linda S. Clark, ed. by Hannes Kleineke, The Fifteenth Century [Boydell], 10 (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2011), pp. 121-142.
75)«Roy de France et roy d’Angleterre». The English claims to France, 1453-1558 
Clifford Stephen Lloyd Davies  
in: L’Angleterre et les pays bourguignons : relations et comparaisons (XVe-XVIe s.), ed. by Jean-Marie Cauchies, Publications du Centre Européen d’Études Bourguignonnes (XIVe – XVIe s.), 35 (Neuchâtel: Centre Europeen d’Etudes Bourguignonnes, 1995), pp. 123-32.
76)Two early 16th century accounts of royal occasions 
Norman Davis  
Notes and Queries, 218 (1973) 122-30
77)Anglo-Scottish relations : security and succession 
Jane E. A. Dawson  
in: A companion to Tudor Britain, ed. by Robert Tittler and Norman Leslie Jones, Blackwell Companions to British History (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2004), pp. 167-81.
78)Crowning the Child : Representing Authority in the Inaugurations and Coronations of Minors in Scotland, c. 1214 to 1567 
Lucinda H. S. Dean  
in: The image and perception of Monarchy in Medieval and early modern Europe, ed. by Sean McGlynn and Elena Woodacre (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2014), pp. 254-280.
79)The Great Cause Tribunal as a Centumviral Court: Some New Evidence and Analysis 
S. W. Dempsey  
Scottish Historical Review, 99.2 (2020) 295-300
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80)Reassessing the Terminological Discrepancies in the Records of the Great Cause 
S. W. Dempsey  
Scottish Historical Review, 98.2 (2019) 291-299
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81)The strange death of King Harold II : Propaganda and the problem of legitimacy in the aftermath of the Battle of Hastings 
Chris Dennis  
The Historian [London], 101 (2009) 14-18
82)The coronation book of Charles V of France (Cottonian ms. Tiberius B. viii) 
Edward Samuel Dewick  
Henry Bradshaw Society, 16 (London: Harrison & Sons, 1899)
83)The curtana, or sword of mercy 
E. M. R. Ditmas  
Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 3rd ser., 29 (1966) 122-33
84)Scotland’s history : approaches and reflections 
Gordon Donaldson  
(Edinburgh: Scottish Cultural, 1995)
85)Two coronations 
David Charles Douglas  
in: Économies et sociétés au Moyen Âge: mélanges offerts à E. Perroy (Paris, 1973), pp. 90-7.
86)Edward the Confessor, Duke William of Normandy, and the English succession 
David Charles Douglas  
English Historical Review, 68 (1953) 526-45
87)Women, the world and three wise men : power and authority in tales relating to Niall Noígiallach and Lugaid Mac Con 
Clodagh Downey  
in: Essays on the early Irish king tales, ed. by Dan M. Wiley (Dublin: Four Courts, 2008), pp. 127-147.
88)“King by Fact, Not by Law”: Legitimacy and exequies in medieval England 
Anna M. Duch  
in: Dynastic change : legitimacy and gender in medieval and early modern monarchy, ed. by Ana Maria Seabra de Almeida Rodrigues, Manuela Santos Silva and Jonathan Spangler, Themes in medieval and early modern history (Abingdon: Routledge, 2020), pp. 170-186.
89)The Turnberry Band 
Seán Duffy  
in: Princes, prelates and poets in medieval Ireland Essays in honour of Katharine Simms, ed. by Seán Duffy (Dublin: Four Courts, 2013), pp. 124-138.
90)The West Saxon genealogical regnal list : manuscripts and texts 
D. N. Dumville  
Anglia, 104 (1986) 1-32
91)The West Saxon Genealogical regnal List and the Chronology of Early Wessex 
D. N. Dumville  
Peritia, 4 (1985) 21-66
92)The Ætheling : a study in Anglo-Saxon constitutional history 
D. N. Dumville  
Anglo-Saxon England, 8 (1979) 1-33
93)Before coronation : making a king at Scone in the 13th century 
Archibald Alexander McBeth Duncan  
in: The Stone of Destiny : artefact and icon, ed. by Richard Welander, David John Breeze and Thomas Owen Clancy, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, monograph ser., 22 (Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2003), pp. 139-68.
94)The kingship of the Scots, 842-1292 : succession and independence 
Archibald Alexander McBeth Duncan  
(Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002)
95)A question about the succession, 1364 
Archibald Alexander McBeth Duncan  
in: Miscellany of the Scottish History Society, XII, Scottish History Society, 5th ser., 7 (Edinburgh: Scottish History Society, 1994), pp. 1-57.
96)The regnal year of David II 
Archibald Alexander McBeth Duncan  
Scottish Historical Review, 68 (1989) 105-19
97)“Honi soit qui mal y pense” : David II and Edward III, 1346-1352 
Archibald Alexander McBeth Duncan  
Scottish Historical Review, 67 (1988) 113-41
98)The earliest Scottish charters 
Archibald Alexander McBeth Duncan  
Scottish Historical Review, 37.124 (1958) 103-35
99)Playing with memories: Emma of Normandy, Cnut, and the spectacle of Ælfheah’s Corpus 
Colleen Dunn  
in: New readings on women and early Medieval English literature and culture: Cross-disciplinary studies in honour of Helen Damico, ed. by Helene Scheck and Christine Kozikowski, CARMEN Monographs and Studies (Leeds: Arc Humanities Press, [2019]), pp. 141-158.
100)A coronation exhibition in Durham cathedral library, May to September, 1953 
Durham Cathedral Library  
101)The Crouchback Legend Revisited 
T. P. J. Edlin  
The Ricardian, 14 (2004) 95-105
102)Coronation of Harold in the Bayeux Tapestry 
Barbara English  
in: The Bayeux tapestry : embroidering the facts of history, ed. by Pierre Bouet, Brian J. Levy and François Neveux (Caen: Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2004), pp. 347-81.
103)William the Conqueror and the Anglo-Norman succession 
Barbara English  
Historical Research, 64 (1991) 221-36
104)Charles the Bald and Aethelwulf of Wessex : the alliance of 856 and strategies of royal succession 
M. J. Enright  
Journal of Medieval History, 5.4 (1979) 291-302
105)Eating Their Words : Food and Text in the Coronation Banquet of Henry VI 
Robert Epstein  
Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 36.2 (2006) 355-78
106)Royal succession and kingship among the Picts 
Nicholas Evans  
Innes Review, 59.1 (2008) 1-48
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107)The Anti-Monastic Reaction in the Reign of Edward the Martyr 
D. J. V. Fisher  
Cambridge Historical Journal, 10 (1950-2) 254-70
108)Genealogy rewritten : inheriting the legendary in insular historiography 
Matthew Fisher  
in: Broken Lines : Genealogical Literature in Medieval Britain and France, ed. by Raluca Radulescu and Edward Donald Kennedy, Medieval Texts and Cultures of Northern Europe, 16 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), pp. 123-41.
109)Leaca and Gaelic inauguration ritual in Medieval Ireland 
Elizabeth FitzPatrick  
in: The Stone of Destiny : artefact and icon, ed. by Richard Welander, David John Breeze and Thomas Owen Clancy, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, monograph ser., 22 (Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2003), pp. 107-22.
110)Narrative and political strategies at the deposition of Richard II 
Christopher David Fletcher  
Journal of Medieval History, 30.4 (2004) 323-41
111)Twilight of the Emperors : Godfrey’s Pantheon and the Hohenstaufen inheritance in Thirteenth-century Castile and England 
Thomas Foerster  
in: Godfrey of Viterbo and his readers : imperial tradition and universal history in late medieval Europe, ed. by Thomas Foerster (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015), pp. 67-88.
112)Le sacre des rois anglo-normands et angevins et le serment du sacre [XIe-XIIe siècles] [The divinity of Anglo-Norman and Angevian monarchs and the… 
Raymonde Foreville  
Proceedings of the Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies, 1 (1978) 49-62
113)Le regime monocratique en Angleterre au moyen Age, des origines anglo-saxonnes a la mort d’Edouard 1er (1307). [Monocracy in England in the Middle… 
Raymonde Foreville  
in: Receuils de la Soc. Jean Bodin,21: La monocratie, pt. 2 (Brussels, 1969), pp. 119-200.
114)What Happened to the Grandsons and Great-grandsons of the House of York? 
James H. Forse  
Quidditas: The Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, 37 (2016) 40-56
115)The Iona chronicle, the descendants of Áedan mac Gabráin, and the “principal kindreds of Dál Riata” 
James Earle Fraser  
Northern Studies, 38 (2004) 77-96
116)Conquered England : kingship, succession and tenure, 1066-1166 
George Garnett  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007)
117)The third recension of the English coronation ordo : the manuscripts 
George Garnett  
Haskins Society Journal, 11 (2003) 43-71
118)Coronation and propaganda : some implications of the Norman claim to the throne of England in 1066 
George Garnett  
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 5th ser., 36 (1986) 91-116
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119)The trappings of power : the coronation of Mathilda of Flanders 
Laura L. Gathagan  
Haskins Society Journal, 13 (2000 for 1999) 21-39
120)Harold, Harald, Guillaume et tous les autres : prétentions et prétendants à la succession d’Édouard le Confesseur 
Alban Gautier  
Annales de Normandie, 69.1 (2019) 29-56
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121)A Bastard and a Changeling? England’s Edward of Westminster and Delayed Childbirth 
Kristen L. Geaman  
in: Unexpected heirs in early modern Europe : potential kings and queens, ed. by Valerie Schutte, Queenship and power (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 11-33.
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122)Continuatio eulogii : the continuation of the eulogium historiarum, 1364-1413  
ed. by Christopher Given-Wilson  
Oxford Medieval Texts (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2019 ©2019; New York: Oxford University Press, 2019 ©2019)
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123)The coronation of Richard II, 16 July 1377 
Christopher Given-Wilson  
in: Ceremonial de la coronación, unción y exequias de los reyes de Inglaterra, ed. by Eloísa Ramírez Vaquero ([Pamplona]: Gobierno de Navarra, 2008), pp. 195-210.
124)Legitimation, designation and succession to the throne in fourteenth-century England 
Christopher Given-Wilson  
in: Building legitimacy : political discourses and forms of legitimacy in medieval societies, ed. by Isabel Alfonso, Hugh N. Kennedy and Julio Escalona, Medieval Mediterranean, 53 (Leiden: Brill, 2004), pp. 89-105.
125)Richard II, Edward II and the Lancastrian inheritance 
Christopher Given-Wilson  
English Historical Review, 109 (1994) 553-71
126)Beowulf and the Queen’s Cup : Determining the Danish Succession 
Stephen O. Glosecki  
in: The power of words : Anglo-Saxon studies presented to Donald G. Scragg on his seventieth birthday, ed. by Hugh Magennis and Jonathan Wilcox, Medieval European studies, 8 (Morgantown (WV): West Virginia University Press, 2006), pp. 368-96.
127)“Us from visible and invisible foon / Defende” (Troilus and Criseyde, V, 1866–67): A Previously Unrecognized Liturgical Echo 
R. James Goldstein  
Chaucer Review, 54.4 (2019) 482-492
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128)Chronicles and annals of mediaeval Ireland and Wales : the Clonmacnoise-group texts 
Kathryn Grabowski   & D. N. Dumville  
(Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1984)
129)The Death of John Comyn : What Was Going On? 
Alexander Grant  
Scottish Historical Review, 86.2 (2007) 176-224
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130)The Coronation Mantle and the Westminster Sanctuary Pavement 
Lindy Grant  
The Mediaeval Journal, 4.1 (2014) 1-21
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131)John Purvey and John of Gaunt’s third marriage 
Richard Firth Green  
Mediaeval Studies, 66 (2004) 363-70
132)Succession and the royal dead in later medieval England 
Ralph Alan Griffiths  
in: Making and breaking the rules : succession in medieval Europe, c. 1000 – c. 1600 = Etablir et abolir les normes : la succession dans l’Europe médiévale, vers 1000 – vers 1600, ed. by Frédérique Lachaud and Michael A. Penman, Histoires de famille. La parenté au Moyen Age, 9 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2008), pp. 97-109.
133)Edward I, Scotland and the chronicles of English religious houses 
Ralph Alan Griffiths  
Journal of the Society of Archivists, 6 (1979) 191-9
134)The establishment of the Tudor dynasty 
David Grummitt  
in: A companion to Tudor Britain, ed. by Robert Tittler and Norman Leslie Jones, Blackwell Companions to British History (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2004), pp. 13-28.
135)Catholic Use of Anglo-Saxon Precedents, 1565-1625 
Donna B. Hamilton  
Recusant History, 26.4 (2003) 537-55
136)The children of Richard III 
P. W. Hammond  
(United Kingdom: Fonthill, 2018)
137)A rebel manifesto of 1483 
Alison Hanham  
The Ricardian, 20 (2010) 66-69
138)Matilda : empress, queen, warrior 
Catherine Hanley  
(New Haven (CT): Yale University Press, 2019)
3 review(s)
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139)The extent of the Lionhearts folly : Richard I’s arrangement for Count John and Archbishop Geoffrey prior to the Third Crusade 
Richard H. Heiser  
Nottingham Medieval Studies, 43 (1999) 79-89
140)“Ad tutandos patriae fines” : the defense of Normandy 
Robert Helmerichs  
in: The Normans and their adversaries at war : essays in memory of C. Warren Hollister, ed. by Richard Philip Abels and Bernard S. Bachrach, Warfare in history, 12 (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2001), pp. 129-48.
141)The sons of Edward IV : a canonical assessment of the claim that they were illegitimate 
Richard H. Helmholz  
in: Richard III : loyalty, lordship and law, ed. by P. W. Hammond (1986), pp. 91-103.
142)The Yorkist age? 
Michael Hicks  
in: The Yorkist Age : proceedings of the 2011 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. by Hannes Kleineke, Christian Steer and Harlaxton Symposium (2011 : Harlaxton College), Harlaxton Medieval Studies, 23 (Donington: Shaun Tyas and Richard III and Yorkist History Trust, 2013), pp. 1-17.
143)Did Edward V outlive his reign or did he outreign his life? 
Michael Hicks  
The Ricardian, 8.108 (1990) 342-45
144)Finding Margaret (Pole) in Shakespeare’s Richard III 
Jennifer Higginbotham  
Sixteenth Century Journal, 48.3 (2017) 615-635
145)The Lancastrian claim to the throne 
John Ashdown Hill  
in: Tant d’emprises = so many undertakings : essays in honour of Anne F. Sutton, ed. by Livia Visser-Fuchs, The Ricardian, 13 (Upminster: Richard III Society, 2003), .
146)The Lancastrian claim to the throne 
John Ashdown Hill  
The Ricardian, 13 (2003) 27-38
147)The road to Hastings : The Politics of Power in Anglo-Saxon England 
Paul Hill  
(Stroud: Tempus, 2005)
148)Crown, orb and sceptre : the true stories of English coronations 
David Hilliam  
(Stroud: Sutton, 2001)
149)Some Service Books of the Later Saxon Church 
C. E. Hohler  
in: Tenth-century studies : essays in commemoration of the millennium of the Council of Winchester and ‘Regularis Concordia’, ed. by David Parsons (London: Phillimore, 1975), pp. 60-83.
150)The Crown Jewels in the Wakefield Tower of the Tower of London : Ministry of Works official guide. 
Martin Rivington Holmes  
151)King John and Arthur of Brittany 
James Clarke Holt  
Nottingham Medieval Studies, 44 (2000) 82-103
152)1153 : the treaty of Winchester 
James Clarke Holt  
in: The anarchy of King Stephen’s reign, ed. by Edmund King (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994), pp. 291-316.
153)Aliénor d’Aquitaine, Jean sans Terre et la succession de 1199 [Eleanor of Aquitaine, John Lackland and the succession of 1199] 
James Clarke Holt  
Cahiers de civilisation médiévale, 29 (1986) 95-100
154)The coronation oath of 1308 
R. S. Hoyt  
English Historical Review, 71 (1956) 353-83
155)The coronation oath of 1308 : the background of ‘les leys et les custumes’ 
R. S. Hoyt  
Traditio, 11 (1955) 235-57
156)A la reconquète d’un trône : la succession du Conquérant au XIIè siècle avec la complicité de l’Emperesse Mathilde et de Robert de Caen 
Madeleine Hubert  
(Condé-sur-Noireau: Corlet, 1992)
157)The politics of music in the coronation service of Edward II, 1308 
A. Hughes  
Journal of Musicology, 6 (1988) 150-68
158)The origins and descent of the fourth recension of the English coronation 
Andrew Hughes  
in: Coronations : medieval and early modern monarchic ritual, ed. by J. M. Bak (Berkeley (CA): 1990), pp. 197-216.
159)Female succession and the language of power in the writings of twelfth-century churchmen 
Lois L. Huneycutt  
in: Medieval queenship, ed. by John Carmi Parsons (Stroud: Sutton, 1993), pp. 189-201; 220-21.
160)Anglo-Saxon Northumbria 
Peter Hunter Blair  
161)Royal Westminster : a history of Westminster through its royal connections 
Penelope Hunting  
162)Un ceremonial de coronación de los reyes de Inglaterra [A coronation ceremony of the kings of England] 
F. Idoate  
Hispania Sacra, 6 (1953) 151-80
163)The bastard’s sons : Robert, William and Henry of Normandy 
Jeffrey James  
(Stroud: Amberley Publishing, 2020)
164)Early Irish kingship and succession 
Bart Jaski  
(Dublin: Four Courts, 2000)
165)Early medieval Irish kingship and the Old Testament 
Bart Jaski  
Early Medieval Europe, 7 (1998) 329-44
166)Reform and retribution : the “anti-monastic reaction” in the reign of Edward the Martyr 
Shashi Jayakumar  
in: Early medieval studies in memory of Patrick Wormald, ed. by Stephen David Baxter, Catherine E. Karkov, Janet Laughland Nelson and David Anthony Edgell Pelteret, Studies in early medieval Britain (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2009), pp. 337-52.
167)The End of Anglo-Saxon England 
Eric John  
in: The Anglo-Saxons, eds. CAMPBELL, J.; JOHN, E.; WORMALD, P. (Oxford, 1982), pp. 214-39.
168)Sir Thomas Erpingham, East Anglian society and the dynastic revolution of 1399 
Trevor John  
Norfolk Archaeology, 35.1 (1970) 96-108
169)“For my Lord of Richmond, a pourpoint…and a palfrey” : Brief remarks on the financial evidence for Henry Tudor’s exile in Brittany, 1471-1484 
Michael C. E. Jones  
in: Tant d’emprises = so many undertakings : essays in honour of Anne F. Sutton, ed. by Livia Visser-Fuchs, The Ricardian, 13 (Upminster: Richard III Society, 2003), .
170)“For my Lord of Richmond, a pourpoint…and a palfrey” : Brief remarks on the financial evidence for Henry Tudor’s exile in Brittany, 1471-1484 
Michael C. E. Jones  
The Ricardian, 13 (2003) 283-93
171)Inalienability : a note on canonical practice and the English coronation oath in the 13th century 
E. H. Kantorowicz  
Speculum, 29 (1954) 488-502
172)The Laudes in the Norman realms : England 
E. H. Kantorowicz  
in: Laudes regiae: a study in liturgical acclamations and medieval ruler worship (University of California Publications in History, 33), KANTOROWICZ, E.H. (Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA, 1946), pp. 171-9.
173)The Dunfermline Vita of St. Margaret of Scotland : Hagiography as an Articulation of Hereditary Rights 
Catherine Keene  
Arthuriana, 19.3 (2009) 43-61
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174)The medieval idea of the state : the Great Cause, 1291-2 
B. C. Keeney  
University of Toronto Law Journal, 8.1 (1949) 48-71
175)The Lancastrian court in exile 
Margaret Lucille Kekewich  
in: The Lancastrian court : proceedings of the 2001 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. by Jenny Stratford, Harlaxton Medieval Studies, ns, 13 (Donington: Shaun Tyas, 2003), pp. 95-110.
176)“Though shalt be under the power of man” : Sir John Fortescue and the Yorkist succession 
Margaret Lucille Kekewich  
Nottingham Medieval Studies, 42 (1998) 188-230
177)King Stephen and the Empress Matilda : the view from Northampton 
Edmund King  
Northamptonshire Past and Present, 67 (2014) 17-30
178)King Stephen 
Edmund King  
Yale English monarchs (New Haven (CT); London: Yale University Press, 2010)
179)Florence V, Count of Holland, claimant to the Scottish throne in 1291-2 : his personal and political background 
Johanna A. Kossmann-Putto  
in: Scotland and the Low Countries, 1124-1994, ed. by Grant G. Simpson (East Linton: Tuckwell, 1996), pp. 15-27.
180)A new pattern for English history : the first genealogical rolls of the kings of England 
Olivier de Laborderie  
in: Broken Lines : Genealogical Literature in Medieval Britain and France, ed. by Raluca Radulescu and Edward Donald Kennedy, Medieval Texts and Cultures of Northern Europe, 16 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), pp. 45-61.
181)Robert Curthose : ineffectual duke or victim of spin 
Katherine Lack  
Haskins Society Journal, 20 (2009 for 2008) 110-40
182)The De Obitu Willelmi : Propaganda for the Anglo-Norman Succession, 1087-88? 
Katherine Lack  
English Historical Review, 123.505 (2008) 1417-56
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183)The efforts of the Danish kings to recover the English crown after the death of Harthacnut 
Laurence Marcellus Larson  
Annual Report of the American Historical Association (1912 for 1910) 71-81
184)The Politics of Rebellion : The Ætheling Æthelwold and West Saxon Royal Succession, 899-902 
Ryan Lavelle  
in: Challenging the boundaries of medieval history : the legacy of Timothy Reuter, ed. by Patricia Skinner, Studies in the Early Middle Ages, 22 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009), pp. 51-80.
185)Fertility rite or authority ritual? The queen’s coronation in England, 1445-87 
Joanna L. Laynesmith  
in: Social attitudes and political structures in the fifteenth century, ed. by Tim Thornton, The Fifteenth Century series [Sutton], 7 (Stroud: Sutton, 2000), pp. 52-68.
186)The Norman succession, 996-1135 
John Le Patourel  
English Historical Review, 86 (1971) 225-50
187)“La geste des trois fils Guillaume”? Henry I in Wace’s Roman de Rou 
Françoise H. M. Le Saux  
Reading Medieval Studies, 34 (2008) 191-207
188)Missale ad usum Ecclesie Westmonasteriensis 
John Wickham Legg  
Henry Bradshaw Society, 1, 5, 12, 3 vols. (London: Harrison & Sons, 1891, 1893, 1897)
189)The Poetic Purpose of the Offa-Digression in Beowulf 
Francis Leneghan  
Review of English Studies, 60.246 (2009) 538-60
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190)Tudor dynastic problems, 1460-1571 
Mortimer Levine  
(London and New York: 1973)
191)Stephen and Matilda : cousins of anarchy 
Matthew Lewis  
(Barnsley: Pen & Sword History, 2019)
192)Richard, Duke of York : King by right 
Matthew Lewis  
(Stroud, Gloucestershire: Amberley, 2016)
193)Two Pieces of Fifteenth-Century Political Iconography 
Peter Shervey Lewis  
Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 27 (1964) 317-20
194)The Anglo-Norman succession, 1120-1125 
Karl J. Leyser  
Anglo-Norman Studies, 13 (1990) 225-41
195)Red roses : Blanche of Gaunt to Margaret Beaufort 
Amy Licence  
(Stroud: The History Press, 2016)
196)Edward the Confessor and the Succession Question : A Fresh Look at the Sources 
Tom Licence  
Anglo-Norman Studies, 39 (2017) 113-127
197)The text of Henry I’s coronation charter 
Felix Liebermann  
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 2nd ser., 8 (1894) 21-48
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198)The King’s Regalia, Insignia and Jewellery 
Ronald Lightbown  
in: The late king’s goods : collections, possessions, and patronage of Charles I in the light of the Commonwealth sale inventories, ed. by Arthur MacGregor (Oxford: 1989), pp. 257-75..
199)Princes of Wales : royal heirs in waiting 
David Michael Loades  
(Kew: National Archives, 2008)
200)Queen Isabella at the court of France 
Carla Lord  
in: Fourteenth century England II, ed. by Christopher Given-Wilson (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2002), pp. 45-52.
201)The medieval Scottish coronation service : some seventeenth-century evidence 
Roderick J. Lyall  
Innes Review, 28 (1977) 3-21
202)The law of succession established by Eochaid Fedlech and its implications for the theme of the Irish sovereignty goddess 
Emily Lyle  
Études celtiques, 42 (2016) 135-142
203)Cross-Channel Marriage and Royal Succession in the Age of Charles the Simple and Athelstan (c. 916-936) 
Simon MacLean  
Medieval Worlds, 2 (2015) 26-44
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204)Seeking Alfred’s body : royal tomb as political object in the reign of Edward the Elder 
Nicole Marafioti  
Early Medieval Europe, 23.2 (2015) 202-228
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205)The king’s body : burial and succession in late Anglo-Saxon England 
Nicole Marafioti  
Toronto Anglo-Saxon series, 16 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, [2014])
6 review(s)
206)Illegitimacy in medieval Scotland, 1100-1500 
Susan Marshall  
Scottish historical review monograph second series, 3 (Martlesham: The Boydell Press, 2021)
207)The crowning of a king at Dublin, 24 May 1487 
Francis Xavier Martin  
Hermathena, 144 (1988) 7-34
208)“The site of king-making and consecration” : Westminster Abbey and the crown in the eleventh and twelfth centuries 
Emma Mason  
in: The Church and sovereignty, c.590-1918 : essays in honour of Michael Wilks, ed. by Diana Wood, Studies in Church History, Subsidia, 9 (Oxford and Cambridge (MA): 1991), pp. 57-76.
209)Westminster Abbey and the monarchy between the reigns of William I and John (1066-1216) 
Emma Mason  
Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 41 (1990) 199-216
210)Lady Jane Grey : the setting of the reign 
David Mathew  
211)Bones in the Tower : a discussion of time, place and circumstance, part 2 
Helen Maurer  
The Ricardian, 9.112 (1991) 2-22
212)Bones in the Tower : a discussion of time, place and circumstance. Part 1 
Helen Maurer  
The Ricardian, 8.111 (1990) 474-93
213)Delegitimizing Lancaster : the Yorkist use of gendered propaganda during the Wars of the Roses 
Helen E. Maurer  
in: Reputation and representation in fifteenth-century Europe, ed. by Douglas Biggs, Sharon D. Michalove and Compton Reeves, The Northern world, 8 (Leiden: Brill, 2004), pp. 169-86.
214)Clash of crowns : William the Conqueror, Richard Lionheart, and Eleanor of Aquitaine : a story of bloodshed, betrayal, and revenge 
Mary Sperling McAuliffe  
(Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2012)
215)Scottish saga : the kingship in eclipse 1286-1328 
Andrew McCulloch  
(Kirriemuir: Albany, 2008)
216)Culling the cousins : Kingship, kinship, and competition in mid-millennial England 
John M. McCullough  , Kathleen M. Heath   & Jessica D. Fields  
History of the Family, 11.1 (2006) 59-66
217)Kings, usurpers, and concubines in the Chronicles of the kings of Man and the Isles 
Russell Andrew McDonald  
(Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019)
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218)“Disharmony between Reginald and Olaf” : the feud between the sons of Godred II and kin-strife in the Kingdom of Man and the Isles, 1079-1265 
Russell Andrew McDonald  
in: Familia and household in the medieval Atlantic Province, ed. by Benjamin T. Hudson, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 392 – Penn State medieval studies, 3 (Tempe (AZ): ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies), 2011), pp. 155-175.
219)Royal succession in earlier medieval Ireland : the fiction of Tanistry 
Morgan McGowan  
Peritia, 17-18 (2003-4) 357-381
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220)The Bastardy of Edward V in 1484 : New evidence of its reception in the inquisitions post mortem of William Lord Hastings 
Gordon McKelvie  
Royal Studies Journal, 3.1 (2016) 71-79
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221)London and the succession to the crown during the middle ages 
May McKisack  
in: Studies in medieval history presented to Frederick Maurice Powicke, eds. HUNT, R.W.; PANTIN, W.A.; SOUTHERN, R.W. (Oxford, 1948), pp. 76-89.
222)Rebellion, sedition and the legend of Richard II’s survival in the reigns of Henry IV and Henry V 
Peter McNiven  
Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 76.1 (1994) 93-117
223)Treason and masculinity in medieval England : gender, law and political culture 
E. Amanda McVitty  
Gender in the Middle Ages, 16 (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2020)
3 review(s)
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224)Pope Alexander IV, King Henry III and the Imperial Succession: Master Rostand’s Role in the Sicilian Business, 1255-1258 
Philippa J. Mesiano  
in: Authority and power in the Medieval church, c. 1000-c. 1500, ed. by Thomas W. (Thomas William) Smith, Europa sacra, 24 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2020), pp. 159-170.
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225)The English Ceremonial Book : a history of robes, insignia and ceremonies still in use in England 
Roger Milton  
(Newton Abbot: 1972)
226)A history of Scotland. 
Rosalind Mitchison  
(London and New York: 1982)
227)The law of succession : origins and background of the law of succession to arms and dignitaries in Scotland 
Iain Moncreiffe  
(Edinburgh: John Donald with assistance from St. Andrews Fund for Scots Heraldry, 2010)
228)Textiles for the Coronation of Edward III 
Lisa Monnas  
Textile History, 32.1 (2001) 2-35
229)The Son Who Rules “all Bretaine to the sey” : The Whole Prophesie and the Union of Crowns 
Karen Rathmell Moranski  
in: Prophet margins : the medieval vatic impulse and social stability, ed. by Edward L. Risden, Karen Rathmell Moranski and Stephen Yandell, Studies in the humanities, 67 (New York: Peter Lang, 2005), pp. 163-80.
230)Medieval intrigue : decoding royal conspiracies 
Ian Mortimer  
(London: Continuum, 2010)
231)Richard II and the Succession to the Crown 
Ian Mortimer  
History, 91.303 (2006) 320-36
232)Guide to the muniments of Westminster Abbey 
Richard Mortimer  
Westminster Abbey record series, 7 (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2012)
233)950 ans après : de l’actualité d’un passé (re)composé 
Dan Ioan Murean  
Annales de Normandie, 69.1 (2019) 5-10
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234)Ego Wilhelmus victoriosus Anglorum basileus. Les circonstances de la synthèse impériale anglo-normande 
Dan Ioan Murean  
Annales de Normandie, 69.1 (2019) 107-164
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235)Coronation rituals and related materials 
Janet Laughland Nelson  
in: Understanding medieval primary sources : using historical sources to discover medieval Europe, ed. by Joel Thomas Rosenthal, Routledge guides to using historical sources (London: Routledge, 2012 [i.e. 2011]), pp. 114-130.
236)The First Use of the Second Anglo-Saxon Ordo 
Janet Laughland Nelson  
in: Myth, rulership, church and charters : essays in honour of Nicholas Brooks, ed. by Julia Barrow and Andrew Wareham (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008), pp. 117-26.
237)Early medieval rites of queen-making and the shaping of medieval queenship 
Janet Laughland Nelson  
in: Queens and queenship in medieval Europe : proceedings of a conference held at King’s College London April 1995, ed. by Anne J. Duggan (Woodbridge: Boydell, 1997), pp. 301-16.
238)Reconstructing a royal family : reflections on Alfred, from Asser, chapter 2 
Janet Laughland Nelson  
in: People and places in northern Europe, 500-1600 : essays in honour of Peter Hayes Sawyer, ed. by Ian N. Wood and Niels Lund (Woodbridge: 1991), pp. 47-66.
239)Inauguration rituals 
Janet Laughland Nelson  
in: Early medieval kingship, ed. by Peter Hayes Sawyer and Ian N. Wood (Leeds: 1977), pp. 50-71.
240)The problem of King Alfred’s royal anointing 
Janet Laughland Nelson  
Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 18 (1967) 145-63
241)The robes of the order of the Bath 
J. L. Nevinson  
The Connoisseur, 134 (1954) 153-9
242)‘Beowulf’ and the East Anglian royal pedigree 
Sam Newton  
in: The age of Sutton Hoo : the seventh century in North-Western Europe, ed. by Martin Carver (Woodbridge: 1992), pp. 65-74.
243)Genealogies and dynastic awareness in the Hundred Years War. The evidence of A tous nobles qui aiment beaux faits et bonnes histoires 
Marigold Anne Norbye  
Journal of Medieval History, 33.3 (2007) 297-319
244)Margaret Beaufort : mother of the Tudor dynasty 
Elizabeth Norton  
(Stroud: Amberley, 2010)
245)Edward the Confessor’s promise of the throne to Duke William of Normandy 
T. J. Oleson  
English Historical Review, 72 (1957) 221-8
246)The witenagemot in the reign of Edward the Confessor : a study in the constitutional history of 1lth-century England 
T. J. Oleson  
(London: Oxford University Press, 1955)
247)King Edgar : his coronation in Bath 
Helen Panter  
(Bath: 1971)
248)Rescuing the maidens from the tower : recovering the stories of two female political hostages 
Annette P. Parks  
in: Feud, violence and practice : essays in medieval studies in honor of Stephen D. White, ed. by Belle S. Tuten and Tracey L. Billado (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 279-91.
249)Anarchy in England, 1135-54 : the theory of the constitution 
R. B. Patterson  
Albion, 6.3 (1974) 189-200
250)The Earl, The King, His Lover & the Ransom : Passion, Power and Politics in Bruce Scotland 
Michael A. Penman  
History Scotland, 2.1 (2002) 26-31
251)De Guillaume Ier à Roger II. Autour de l’impérialité des premiers couronnements royaux normands (1066-1130) 
Annick Peters-Custot   & Fanny Madeline  
Annales de Normandie, 69.1 (2019) 165-198
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252)D’une proposition à l’autre. La vision des changements dynastiques dans les Bruts et les Chroniques de Londres en Angleterre aux XIVe et XVe… 
Mélanie Pierrard  
in: Coups d’État à la fin du Moyen Âge? Aux fondements du pouvoir politique en Europe Occidentale : colloque international, 25-27 novembre 2002, ed. by François Foronda, Jean-Philippe Genêt and José Manuel Nieto Soria, Collection de la Casa de Velázquez, 91 (Madrid: Casa de Velázquez, 2005), pp. 131-52.
253)The Enigmatic Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: Fresh Insights from Assemblage Theory 
Georgina Pitt  
Parergon, 36.1 (2019) 1-29
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254)The King and His Sons : Henry II’s and Frederick Barbarossa’s Succession Strategies Compared 
Alheydis Plassmann  
Anglo-Norman Studies, 36 (2014) 149-166
255)Warwick the Kingmaker : politics, power and fame 
Anthony James Pollard  
(London: Hambledon Continuum, 2007)
256)Qui a tué les enfants d’Edouard? [Who killed Edward’s children?] 
Maurice Pollet  
Études anglaises, 25 (1972) 66-73
257)Duchesses and devils : the Breton succession crisis (1148–1189) 
Melissa Pollock  
French History, 23.2 (2009) 149-70
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258)England and Burgundy in the last decade of the twelfth century 
Austin Lane Poole  
in: Essays in history presented to Reginald Lane Poole, ed. by Henry William Carless Davis (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1927), pp. 261-73.
259)Crown of thistles : the fatal inheritance of Mary Queen of Scots 
Linda Porter  
(London: Macmillan, 2013)
260)Sind die Weihesalbungen insularen Ursprungs? [Did consecration anointing have an insular origin?] 
J. Prelog  
Frühmittelalterliche Studien, 13 (1979) 303-56
261)Edward I and the Maid of Norway 
Michael Prestwich  
Scottish Historical Review, 69 (1990) 157-74
262)Treachery and Betrayal in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle : The Incident of 1051 
Kathrin Prietzel  
in: Clerks, wives and historians : essays on medieval English language and literature, ed. by Winfried Rudolf, Thomas Honegger and Andrew James Johnston, Variations, 8 (Bern; New York: Peter Lang, 2008), pp. 91-116.
263)Yorkist Propaganda and The Chronicle from Rollo to Edward IV 
Raluca Radulescu  
Studies in Philology, 100.4 (2003) 401-24
264)Diffinicione successionis ad regnum Scottorum : royal succession in Scotland in the later Middle ages 
Martyn Rady  
in: Making and breaking the rules : succession in medieval Europe, c. 1000 – c. 1600 = Etablir et abolir les normes : la succession dans l’Europe médiévale, vers 1000 – vers 1600, ed. by Frédérique Lachaud and Michael A. Penman, Histoires de famille. La parenté au Moyen Age, 9 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2008), pp. 43-59.
265)The English prose Brut chronicle on a roll : Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 546 and its history 
Jaclyn Rajsic  
in: The prose Brut and other late medieval chronicles : books have their histories : essays in honour of Lister M. Matheson, ed. by Jaclyn Rajsic, Erik Kooper, Dominique T. Hoche and Lister M. Matheson, Manuscript culture in the British Isles, 8 (York: York Medieval Press, 2016), pp. 105-124.
266)Ceremonial de la coronación, unción y exequias de los reyes de Inglaterra 
ed. by Eloísa Ramírez Vaquero  
([Pamplona]: Gobierno de Navarra, 2008)
267)De libros y reyes [Books and kings] 
Eloísa Ramírez Vaquero  
in: Ceremonial de la coronación, unción y exequias de los reyes de Inglaterra, ed. by Eloísa Ramírez Vaquero ([Pamplona]: Gobierno de Navarra, 2008), pp. 9-17.
268)The coronation in medieval England : the evolution of the office and the oath 
Henry Gerald Richardson  
Traditio, 16 (1960) 111-202
269)The letters and charters of Eleanor of Aquitaine 
Henry Gerald Richardson  
English Historical Review, 74.291 (1959) 193-213
270)The English coronation oath 
Henry Gerald Richardson  
Speculum, 24.1 (1949) 44-75
271)The Annales Paulini 
Henry Gerald Richardson  
Speculum, 23.4 (1948) 630-40
272)The English coronation oath 
Henry Gerald Richardson  
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 4th ser., 23 (1941) 129-58
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273)The nobility and the coronation of Richard III 
Colin Richmond  
The Ricardian, 12.148 (2000) 653-59
274)1483 : the year of decision (or taking the throne) 
Colin Richmond  
in: Richard III : a medieval kingship, ed. by John Gillingham (London: Collins & Brown, 1993), pp. 39-55.
275)Queens, crowns and coronations. 
C. L. Road  
276)The coronation chair and Stone of Scone : history, archaeology and conservation 
Warwick Rodwell  
(Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2013)
277)Edward Aetheling : Anglo-Saxon England’s last hope 
Gabriel Ronay  
History Today, 34.1 (1984) 43-51
278)The coronation ceremony and the crown jewels 
Tessa Rose  
(London: HMSO, 1992)
279)Pictish matriliny 
Alasdair Ross  
Northern Studies, 34 (1999) 11-22
280)Printing, Prophecy, and the Foundation of the Tudor Dynasty : Caxton’s Morte Darthur and Henry Tudor’s Road to Bosworth 
Russell Rutter  
in: Prophet margins : the medieval vatic impulse and social stability, ed. by Edward L. Risden, Karen Rathmell Moranski and Stephen Yandell, Studies in the humanities, 67 (New York: Peter Lang, 2005), pp. 123-46, 207-11.
281)Psalter illustration and the rise of coronation imagery in medieval England 
Lucy Freeman Sandler  
Journal of Medieval History, 46.3 (2020) 251-283
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282)The holy oil of St. Thomas of Canterbury 
T. A. Sandquist  
in: Essays in medieval history presented to Bertie Wilkinson, eds. SANDQUIST, T.A.; POWICKE, M.R. (Toronto, 1969), pp. 330-44.
283)Essays in medieval history presented to Bertie Wilkinson 
T. A. Sandquist   & M. R. Powicke  
(Toronto (Ont): 1969)
284)The Anglo-Saxon Inheritance 
Peter Hayes Sawyer  
in: Angli e Sassoni al di qua al di là del mare. 26 aprile – 1 maggio 1984. Centro italiano di studi sull’alto Medioevo (Settimane di studio, 32) (2 vols., Spoleto, 1986), pp. 863-83.
285)Herrschaft und Repräsentation. Studien zur Hofkultur König Alfreds des Grossen 
Anton Scharer  
(Vienna: R. Oldenbourg, 2000)
286)The Royal Window (c. 1485) at Canterbury Cathedral and the Magnificat Window (c. 1500) at Great Malvern Priory (Worcs.) : Dynastic Rivalry in Late… 
Heather Gilderdale Scott  
in: Medieval art, architecture & archaeology at Canterbury, ed. by Alixe Bovey, British Archaeological Association, Conference Transactions, 35 (Leeds: Maney Publishing, 2013), pp. 228-244.
287)The last white rose 
Desmond Seward  
(London: Constable, 2010)
1 review(s)
288)The Death of David, Duke of Rothesay, 1402 
Lisa Shaw  
History Scotland, 6.1 (2006) 22-26
289)Mothers and sons : Emma of Normandy’s role in the English succession crisis, 1035-1042 
Maia Sheridan  
in: Victims or viragos?, ed. by Christine E. Meek and Catherine Lawless, Studies on medieval and early modern women, 4 (Dublin: Four Courts, 2005), pp. 39-48.
290)Changing patterns of regnal succession in later medieval Ireland 
Katharine Simms  
in: Making and breaking the rules : succession in medieval Europe, c. 1000 – c. 1600 = Etablir et abolir les normes : la succession dans l’Europe médiévale, vers 1000 – vers 1600, ed. by Frédérique Lachaud and Michael A. Penman, Histoires de famille. La parenté au Moyen Age, 9 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2008), pp. 161-72.
291)Anglo-Saxon royal genealogies 
Kenneth Sisam  
in: British Academy papers on Anglo-Saxon England, ed. by Eric Gerald Stanley (Oxford: 1989), pp. 145-204.
292)Bosworth : the birth of the Tudors 
Chris Skidmore  
(London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2013)
293)The succession to Welsh Princely Inheritance : the evidence reconsidered 
J. Beverley Smith  
in: The British Isles, 1100-1500 : Comparisons, Contrasts and Connections, ed. by Robert Rees Davies (Edinburgh: Donald, 1988), pp. 64-81.
294)Did King Eadwig really abandon his coronation feast to have a ménage à trois with his wife and mother-in-law? What’s the story behind this story? 
Ross Woodward Smythe  
Quaestio insularis, 6 (2005) 82-97
295)The Coronation Oath in English Politics, 1272-1399 
Andrew M. Spencer  
in: Political society in later medieval England : a festschrift for Christine Carpenter, ed. by Christine Carpenter, Benjamin Thompson and John Watts (Martlesham: The Boydell Press, 2015), pp. 38-54.
296)The Crown Lost at Sea 
Charles Spencer  
History Today, 70.12 (2020) 40-47
297)Archbishop Ealdred and the D Chronicle 
Pauline Stafford  
in: Normandy and its neighbours, 900-1250 : essays for David Bates, ed. by David Bates, David Crouch and Kathleen Thompson, Medieval Texts and Cultures of Northern Europe, 14 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011), pp. 135-156.
298)Royal Women and Transitions. Emma and Ælfgifu in 1035–1042/1043 
Pauline Stafford  
in: Patterns of Episcopal power : bishops in tenth-and eleventh-century western Europe = Strukturen bischöflicher Herrschaftsgewalt im westlichen Europa des 10. und 11. Jahrhunderts, ed. by Ludger Körntgen and Dominik Wassenhoven, Prinz-Albert-Forschungen, 6 (Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter, 2011), pp. 127-144.
299)Succession and inheritance : a gendered perspective on Alfred’s family history 
Pauline Stafford  
in: Alfred the Great, ed. by Timothy Reuter, Studies in early medieval Britain, 3 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003), pp. 251-64.
300)Queens and treasure in the early middle ages 
Pauline Stafford  
in: Treasure in the medieval west, ed. by Elizabeth M. Tyler (York: York Medieval Press in association with Boydell, 2000), pp. 61-82.
301)Queen Emma and Queen Edith : queenship and women’s power in eleventh-century England 
Pauline Stafford  
(Oxford and Cambridge (MA): Blackwell Publishers, 1997)
302)Charles the Bald, Judith and England 
Pauline Stafford  
in: Charles the Bald : court and kingdom, ed. by Margaret T. Gibson and Janet Laughland Nelson (Aldershot: 1990), pp. 139-53.
303)Unification and conquest : a political and social history of England in the tenth and eleventh centuries 
Pauline Stafford  
304)Queens, Concubines and Dowagers : the Kings’s Wife in the Early Middle Ages 
Pauline Stafford  
305)The laws of Cnut and the history of Anglo-Saxon royal promises 
Pauline Stafford  
Anglo-Saxon England, 10 (1982 [for 1981]) 173-90
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306)The king’s wife in Wessex 800-1066 
Pauline Stafford  
Past & Present, 91 (1981) 3-27
307)Sons and mothers : family politics in the early middle ages 
Pauline Stafford  
in: Mediaeval women : dedicated and presented to Rosalind M.T. Hill on the occasion of her seventieth birthday, ed. by Derek Baker, Studies in Church History, Subsidia, 1 (Oxford: 1978), pp. 79-100.
308)The reign of Æthelred II : a study in the limitations on royal policy and action 
Pauline Stafford  
in: Ethelred the Unready : papers from the millenary conference, ed. by David Hill, BAR, British ser., 59 (Oxford: 1978), pp. 15-46.
309)Beowulf : Lordlessness in Ancient Times Is the Theme, as Much as the Glory of Kings, if not More 
Eric Gerald Stanley  
Notes and Queries, 52.3 (2005) 267-81
310)An Alleged Son of King Harold Harefoot 
William Henry Stevenson  
English Historical Review, 28 (1913) 112-17
311)The Records of the ‘Great Cause’ of 1291-2 
Edward Lionel Gregory Stones  
Scottish Historical Review, 35 (1956) 89-109
312)Edward I and the throne of Scotland, 1290-1296 : an edition of the record sources for the great cause. 2 vols 
Edward Lionel Gregory Stones   & Grant G. Simpson  
(Oxford: 1977)
313)Saving the appearances : Chaucer’s Purse and the fabrication of the Lancastrian claim 
Paul Strohm  
in: Chaucer’s England : literature in historical context, ed. by Barbara A. Hanawalt (Minnesota: Minnesota UP, 1992), pp. 21-40.
314)Coronation. A History of Kingship and the British Monarchy 
Roy C. Strong  
(London: HarperCollins, 2005)
315)The non-alienation clause in the Hungarian and English coronation oaths : an unjustified papal assumption? 
Katarina Štulrajterová  
Bulletin of Medieval Canon Law, ns, 29 (2011-2012) 219-251
316)The coronations of Henry VI 
Dorothy Styles   & C. T. Allmand  
History Today, 32.5 (1982) 28-33
317)Richard III as a fop : a foolish myth 
Anne F. Sutton  
The Ricardian, 18 (2008) 58-65
318)The City of London and the coronation of Richard III : points of interest. 
Anne F. Sutton  
The Ricardian, 4 (1978) 2-8
319)The coronation of Richard III : the extant documents 
Anne F. Sutton   & P. W. Hammond  
(Gloucester: Sutton, 1983)
320)Richard III, the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and two turbulent priests 
Anne F. Sutton   & Livia Visser-Fuchs  
The Ricardian, 19 (2009) 95-109
321)The role of law in the succession to Normandy and England, 1087 
Emily Zack Tabuteau  
Haskins Society Journal, 3 (1993 for 1991) 141-69
322)Uncrowned queen : the fateful life of Margaret Beaufort, Tudor matriarch 
Nicola Tallis  
(London: Michael O’Mara Books Limited, 2019)
323)Debating the hundred years war : pour ce que plusieurs (la loy salicque) and a declaration of the trew and dewe title of Henry VIII 
Craig Taylor  
Camden, 5th ser., 29 (London: Cambridge University Press for the Royal Historical Society, 2006)
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324)Edward III and the Plantagenet claim to the French throne 
Craig Taylor  
in: The age of Edward III, ed. by James S. Bothwell (Woodbridge: York Medieval Press / Boydell, 2001), pp. 155-69.
325)Configuring Stasis: The Appeal to Tradition in the English Reign of Cnut the Great 
Simon C. Thomson  
in: Stasis in the medieval West? : questioning change and continuity, ed. by Michael D. J. Bintley, Martin Locker, Victoria Symons and Mary Wellesley, The new Middle Ages (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 179-204.
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326)Edgar and the eight kings, A.D. 973 : textus et dramatis personae 
David E. Thornton  
Early Medieval Europe, 10.1 (2001) 49-79
327)Peerage Titles as Names and Their Implications for Dynastic Definition in Late Medieval and Early Modern England 
Tim Thornton  
Viator, 51.2 (2020) 389-431
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328)Translating the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle poems for the Anglo-Norman court 
Kenneth Jack Tiller  
in: In principio fuit interpres, ed. by Alessandra Petrina, Medieval translator, 15 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2015), pp. 175-185.
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329)Catherine of Aragon : Henry’s Spanish queen : a biography 
Giles Tremlett  
(London: Faber, 2010)
330)All Roads Lead to Chartres : The House of Blois, the Papacy, and the Anglo-Norman Succession of 1135 
Jean Truax  
Anglo-Norman Studies, 31 (2008) 118-34
331)The minority of Henry III 
G. J. Turner  
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, ns, 18 (1904) 245-295
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332)The Wars of the Roses and Henry VII : Britain 1450-1509 
Roger Turvey  
Access to history (London: Hodder Education, 2010)
333)Fictions of family; the Encomium Emmae Reginae and Virgil’s Aeneid 
Elizabeth M. Tyler  
Viator, 36 (2005) 149-79
334)Arthur’s homage to King John 
Walter Ullmann  
English Historical Review, 94 (1979) 356-64
335)‘Liber regie capelle’ : a manuscript in the Biblioteca Publica, Evora 
Walter Ullmann  
Henry Bradshaw Society, 92 (London: Henry Bradshaw Society, 1961)
336)Thomas Becket’s miraculous oil 
Walter Ullmann  
Journal of Theological Studies, ns, 8 (1957) 129-33
337)Writing history for the king : Henry II and the politics of vernacular historiography 
Charity Urbanski  
(Ithaca (NY): Cornell University Press, 2013)
1 review(s)
338)Qui étaient les Normands? Quelques observations sur des liens entre la Normandie, l’Angleterre et l’Italie au début du XI siècle [Who were the… 
Elisabeth M. C. Van Houts  
in: 911-2011, penser les mondes normands médiévaux : actes du colloque international de Caen et Cerisy (29 septembre-2 octobre 2011), ed. by David Bates and Pierre Bauduin (Caen: Office universitaire d’études normandes (OUEN) : Centre de recherches archéologiques et historiques anciennes et médiévales (CRAHAM) : Université de Caen Normandie, 2016), pp. 129-146.
339)De Hoveden à Shakespeare : les prétentions d’Arthur de Bretagne à la succession du roi Richard [From Hoveden to Shakespeare: the claims of Arthur… 
Robert Villers  
Revue historique de droit français et étranger, ser. 4, 27.4 (1950 for 1949) 562-78
340)“By just computation of the time”: Edward IV’s phantom bastardy and the archives of Rouen Cathedral 
Livia Visser-Fuchs  
The Ricardian, 28 (2018) 15-28
341)Comparative Approaches to Anglo-Saxon and Ottonian Coronations 
David A. Warner  
in: England and the continent in the tenth century : studies in honour of Wilhelm Levison (1876-1947), ed. by David W. Rollason, Conrad Leyser and Hannah Williams, Studies in the Early Middle Ages, 37 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011), pp. 275-292.
342)Blood roses : the houses of Lancaster and York before the Wars of the Roses  
Kathryn Warner  
(Cheltenham: The History Press, 2020)
343)Blood roses : the houses of Lancaster and York before the Wars of the Roses 
Kathryn Warner  
(Stroud: The History Press, 2018)
344)Margaret Tudor, Countess of Richmond, and Elizabeth of York: Dynastic Competitors or Allies? 
Retha M. Warnicke  
in: Unexpected heirs in early modern Europe : potential kings and queens, ed. by Valerie Schutte, Queenship and power (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 35-59.
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345)The role of the church in early Irish regnal succession : the case of Iona 
Immo Warntjes  
in: L’ Irlanda e gli irlandesi nell’alto Medioevo : Spoleto, 16-21 aprile 2009, Settimane di studio della Fondazione Centro italiano di studi sull’alto Medioevo, 57 (Spoleto: Presso la sede della Fondazione, 2010), pp. 155-213.
346)Regnal succession in early medieval Ireland 
Immo Warntjes  
Journal of Medieval History, 30.4 (2004) 377-410
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347)The alteration of the Kingship of Tara 734-944 
Immo Warntjes  
Peritia, 17-18 (2003-4) 394-432
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348)The Role of Bishops in Anglo-Saxon Succession Struggles, 955 x 978 
Dominik Wassenhoven  
in: Leaders of the Anglo-Saxon Church : from Bede to Stigand, ed. by Alexander Richard Rumble, Publications of the Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, 12 (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2012), pp. 97-107.
349)Queens of the crusades : Eleanor of Aquitaine and her successors  
Alison Weir  
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350)Re-Capitating the Body Politic : The Overthrow of Tyrants in Havelok the Dane 
Rodger I. Wilkie  
Neophilologus, 94.1 (2010) 139-50
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351)The coronation in history 
Bertie Wilkinson  
Historical Association, General ser., G23 (1953)
352)The coronation oath of Edward II and the Statute of York 
Bertie Wilkinson  
Speculum, 19.4 (1944) 445-69
353)The coronation oath of Edward II 
Bertie Wilkinson  
in: Historical essays in honour of James Tait, eds. EDWARDS, J.G.; GALBRAITH, V.H.; JACOB, E.F. (Manchester, 1933), pp. 405-16.
354)The lost coronation oath of King Edward I : rediscovered in a Dublin manuscript 
Bernadette Williams  
in: Medieval Dublin IX : proceedings of the Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium 2007, ed. by Seán Duffy (Dublin: Four Courts, 2009), pp. 84-90.
355)The succession to Gwynedd, 1238-47 
G. A. Williams  
Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, 20.4 (1964) 393-413
356)The mystery of the princes : an investigation into a supposed murder. 
Audrey Williamson  
(Dursley, Glos.: Sutton, 1978)
357)The tomb of Henry IV and the holy oil of St Thomas of Canterbury 
Christopher Wilson  
in: Medieval architecture and its intellectual context : studies in honour of Peter Kidson, ed. by Eric Fernie and Paul Crossley (London: Hambledon, 1990), pp. 181-90.
358)The Latin Life of Gruffudd ap Cynan, British Kingdoms and the Scandinavian Past 
Emily A. Winkler  
Welsh History Review, 28.3 (2017) 425-456
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359)Queens, queans and kingship : an enquiry into theories of royal legitimacy in late medieval England and France 
Charles T. Wood  
in: Order and innovation in the Middle Ages : essays in honor of Joseph R. Strayer, ed. by William C. Jordan, Bruce McNab and Teofilo F. Ruiz (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976), pp. 385-400.
360)The Battle of Hastings : the fall of Anglo-Saxon England 
Harriet Harvey Wood  
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361)“The Very Next Blood of the King”: Legitimisation and Adaptation of the Law of Female Succession in English History 
Lynsey Wood  
in: Dynastic change : legitimacy and gender in medieval and early modern monarchy, ed. by Ana Maria Seabra de Almeida Rodrigues, Manuela Santos Silva and Jonathan Spangler, Themes in medieval and early modern history (Abingdon: Routledge, 2020), pp. 21-42.
362)Empress Matilda and the anarchy : the problem of royal succession in medieval England 
Lynsey Wood  
History studies: University of Limerick History Society journal, 11 (2010) 26-37
363)Pictish matriliny reconsidered 
Alex Woolf  
Innes Review, 49 (1998) 147-67
364)On ða wœpnedhealfe : kingship and royal property from Æthelwulf to Edward the Elder 
Patrick Wormald  
in: Edward the Elder, 899-924, ed. by N. J. Higham and David Hill (London: Routledge, 2001), pp. 264-79.
365)An image fit for a king : the Glazier psalter reconsidered 
Rosemary Muir Wright  
Journal of Medieval History, 19.1-2 (1993) 69-124
366)Perkin : a story of deception 
Ann Wroe  
(London: Jonathan Cape, 2003)
367)The Princes in the Tower 1483 – death from natural causes? 
J. A. H. Wylie  
The Ricardian, 7.91 (1985) 178-82
368)Edward as Ætheling 
Barbara Yorke  
in: Edward the Elder, 899-924, ed. by N. J. Higham and David Hill (London: Routledge, 2001), pp. 25-39.
369)Æthelwold and the politics of the tenth century 
Barbara Yorke  
in: Bishop Æthelwold, His Career and Influence, ed. by Barbara Yorke (Woodbridge: 1988), pp. 65-88.
370)The kingdom of the East Saxons 
Barbara Yorke  
Anglo-Saxon England, 14 (1985) 1-36
371)Joint kingship in Kent c.560 to 785 
Barbara Yorke  
Archaeologia Cantiana, 99 (1984 for 1983) 1-19
372)The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles 
373)The Coronation and the Commonwealth : ancient forms and modern comment 
Round Table, 44 (1953-4) 57-64
374)The Coronation and the Commonwealth : ancient forms and modern comment 
Round Table, 43 (1952-3) 3-8, 306-315
375)The Coronation and the Commonwealth : ancient forms and modern comment 
Round Table, 42 (1951-2) 297-304


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