Medieval Secular Manuscripts

Verdun BM 107, f.1, Breviary of Renaud de Bar, bottom border detail: mounted combat between two knights
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'Secular Manuscript Illumination in France,' in Medieval Manuscripts and Textual Criticism, ed. C. Kleinhenz (North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures, Symposia, 4), Chapel Hill, 1976, 83-102.

'Sacred and Profane Art: Secular and Liturgical Book Illumination in the Thirteenth Century,' in The Epic in Medieval Society, Aesthetic and Moral Values,ed. H. Scholler (Tübingen:Niemeyer), 1977, 100-112.

'The Artistic Context of le Roman de Fauvel and and Note on Fauvain,' in Fauvel Studies, ed. Margaret Bent and Andrew Wathey (Oxford: Clarendon, 1998) 529-67.

<>'The Illustrations to Brunetto Latini's Trésor in France, c. 1275-1320,' in La città e il libro II, Il manoscritto, la miniatura, ed. J. Bolton-Holloway, Florence, 2003 (

'Seeing the Walls of Troy,'in Manuscripts in Transition, ed. B. Dekeyzer and J. Van den Stock(Leuven: Peeters), 161-78.

'The Terrier de l'Évêque and some Reflections of Daily Life in the Second Half of the Thirteenth Century' in Festschrift for Jonathan Alexander, ed. G. Guest and S. L'Engle (Turnhout: Brepols and Harvey Miller), 371-84.

See also Les Manuscrits de Chrétien de Troyes, King Arthur, Lancelot and the Holy Grail, Alexander The Great, Codex Calixtinus, and Vincent of Beauvais. 

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