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1903 English Historical Review  
CoDtalbutiom to thus Votieet, whether regular or occasional, art Invited, They ihonld be drawn up on the pattern of thoie printed below, and addreiiei to the Xditor, at Oxford, by the flxit week in March, Jnne, September, and December.] The manuscript* of the abbey of St. Arnulph at Crfpy [dio. Senlia]: by P. Lima [who prints a thirteenth-century catalogue and a fragment of one of the twelfth, with notes identifying most of the books. Two catalogues of the seventeenth century are added].-Blbl.
more » ... are added].-Blbl. Ecole Charles, lxiii. 6, 6. Catalogue of the library of the Grands-Augustins at Paris made towards the end of the thirteenth century : printed by H. OKONT.-Bibl. Ecole Chartes, lxiii. 6, 6. List of new documents for the Segesta Imperii [1288-1343], from Besancon, Dijon, Grenoble, and Turin: by J. SCHWALM [with notes on manuscripts, verses on Christmas by bishop Biprand of Novara, c 1040, and a text from Ivrea of the Evangelium secundum marcam argenti].-N. Arch, xxviii. 2. The literary remains of Carl Hopf; a list of his transcripts from Italian archives, now in the Berlin Library: by E. GERUND.-Bys. Zft. xi. 8, 4. On the canon of the Roman mass [and its origin]: by F. X. FUNK. L-Hist Jahrb. xxiv. 1. Si. Barlaam, martyr at Antioch: by E. DELKHAYB [who prints a Greek Passion representing a tradition going back at least as far as the sixth oentury.]-AnaL Bolland. nil. 2. Zosmusand the Chronioa of Dezippus: by B. RJLPPAPOBT [a criticism of Mendelsiohn's view that Zosimus in i. 1-46 used a source in which the Scythica, but not the Chronica, of Dexippus was employed].-Beitr. zur alt. Gesch. iii. 1. The relation between the Ohronicon Paschale and John Malalas: by F. C. CONTBKABB [who holds that they made use of common sources].-Byz. Zft. xi. 8, 4. On some early manuscripts of the Gregorian Sacramentary : by E. BISHOP [who deals with their classification, and holds that the type represented by the Vatican HS. Beginae 837 preserves the text and arrangement of the book sent by Hadrian I to Charles the Great].-Journ. Theol. Stud. 15. April The Lyons MS. of Councils [now divided between St. Petersburg and Berlin]: by 0. H. TUTUIEB [who assigns the book to the second half of the seventh century, and shows that the collection which it originally contained (1. the Greek and African councils according to the second edition of Dionysius, 2. the Isidorian version of the council of Ancyra, 8. the Gallic councils from 314 to 529, with additions to 554) was completed about a century earlier].-Journ. Theol. Stud. 16. April. 'The account by the priest Ido of the translation of St. Liboriiis to Paderborn [836]: printed by A. POHCBLET.-Anal. Bolland. xxii. 2. On the letters of Lupus of Ferritres: by L. LEvrmra. IV.-BibL Ecole Chartes, lxiii. 5, 6, concluded from the preceding part. A lost Carolingian book of Annals: by K. A. KEHS [who, following a suggestion of the late P. Schefler-Boichorst, discovers a series of apparently contemporary notices of events, 869-906, embedded in the Cosmodromius of Gobelinus Persona. Possibly they were marginal notices made at Fulda in a copy of the Annales Begni Francorum}.-N. Arch, xxviii. 2. at Georgetown University on May 23, 2015 Downloaded from On the Vita sanctae Otiliae Virginia: by M. SEPIT [who discusaes its legendary character and infers that it is influenced by an unknown Alaman poem written in the ninth century].-Bibl. Ecole Chartes, lxiii. 5, 6. .•I Utter of St. Hugh, abbot of Cluny, to Bernard of Agen, archbishop of Toledo [1087] : by M. FKBOTIN [who prints from a modern copy the conclusion of this letter, which he published incompletely in vol. Ixi. 839].-Bibl. Ecole Chartes, lxiii. 5, 0. Qautier of Compiegnt't Otia de Machomete : printed by H. PEDTZ (as an illustration of the history of the fables about Mohammad in the middle ageB].-SB. Bayer. . II: introduction [dealing with Prospero and Oasparo Visconti and their connexions, and bringing oat the interest of their correspondence as illustrating the collection of antiquities, works of art, ouriosities, <tc, for the Bavarian court, as giving information about members of the Bavarian house and other persons, and as reporting local news from Milan]; with documents [1536-1612].-Abhandi hist. OL Bayer. Akad. Wiss. xxii. 8. Memoirs of Bidder Theodoras Rodenburg relative to the transplanting of various industries from the Netherlands to Denmark, with resolutions taken thereon of king Christian IY [1621]: by G. W. KEBNKAMP.-Bijdr. en MededeeL Hist. Genootsch. Utrecht, xxiii. Letters of the baron de Litola to the marquis de hs Balbases, Spanish ambassador at Vienna [written from the Hague, 8 June to 23 Aug. 1672]: by A. B. Vrtu-Boletin B. Aead. Hist. ilii. 1. On tlie Uaden plates of Bologna, in the British Museum : by A. HXSSKL [on the models from which these forgeriei, apparently of modern date, were derived].-N. Aroh. xxvili. 2. On the possibility of historical laws : by B. M. MIYEB.-Hist. Vierteljahrschr. vi. 2. The astronomical knowledge of the Babylonians: by F. K. GEIZXL. in [on the relations of practical astronomy to astrology among the Babylonians, their modes of reckoning time, their method of prediction, the origin of their zodiac, and the relations of their metric systems to their astronomical methods].-Beitr. inr alt. Gesch. iii. 1. On the relations between the methods of measuring space and time in the sexagesimal system of the Babylonians: by 0. F. LEHMANH [a statement of the hypothesis that the actual agreement between the length of the Babylonian double-ell and the seconds pendulum for the S. Babylonian latitudes was not accidental. The hypothesis finds support in the table of Senkereh].-Beitr. inr alt. Gesch. iii. 1. A contribution to the historical geography of the Mesopotamian parallelogram: by E. RBOLIXO [an investigation of tbe routes in N.W. Mesopotamia. The routes treated are (i) the northern roads from Zeugma to Edessa and Carrhae; (ii) the eastern roads from Edessa to Nieephorion; (iii) the Syrian roads in the west Special investigation is made of the different places called Bathnae and of the site of Oaeciliana].-Beitr. inr alt Gesch. iii. 1. Hellenism in the East [on Beran's House of Seleucus and other recent works].-Quart Bev. 894. AprU. The Attic archons in the third century B.C.: by J. BELOCH [ a detailed examination of the evidence furnished by authors and inscriptions for the succession of archons from 307/6 B.C., and of the secretaries of the council, the regular rotation in the representation of the tribes giving, according to Ferguson's system (which is here applied with modifications), one of the chief data for the succession. The nature of the intercalary cycles for the period is also considered].-Beitr. znr alt Gesch. iii. 1. A contribution to the history of the origin of the Colonatus : by P. M. METEB [a brief article amplifying Bostowzew's view, that the origin of the Colonate is to be found in the empire of the Seleucidae, by extending it to other lands of the eastern Mediterranean. The ultimate principle was that a man should be bound to his domicile (OSla), and it is one that admits of illustration from Egypt].-Beitr. xnr alt. Geach. iii. 1. at Georgetown University on May 23, 2015 Downloaded from The ruin* of PhiUppi: by J. STBITOOWBXI [with plat«B and plans].-Bys. Zft xl. 8, 4. On the hittory of the emperor Tiberius : by A. SPIMOEL [who endeavours to clear him from various charges, and critioises Tacitos's account of the campaigns of Germanicus in Germany].-SB. Bayer. Akad. Wiss. (phil. CL), 1903. 1. The fire of Borne m 64 and the Christians: by P. ALLABD.-Bey. Quest. Hist, lrxiii. 2. April. The origin of property in land: by G. T. LAPSLXT [a review of the main points of M. Kovalevsky's system, with criticisms].-Amer. Hist Bev. viii. 3. ApriL Penitential discipline in the first three centuries : by the rev. H. B. Swsra-Journ. TheoL Stud. 15. ApriL Chakedon and its environs: by J. PABOOEBI [fixing the lite of Bufinianes].-Bys. Zft. xi. 8, 4. England and Borne in the middle ages [emphasising the continuous acceptance of papal authority].-Church Qu. Rev. 111. ApriL The shilling of the early Germanic laws and the wergild: by B. Hir.r.TOKn-Hist. Vierteljahrschr. vi. 2.
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