Medieval Materialities provides a hub for the study of medieval material culture from the Midlands. Following our first M4C interdisciplinary dialogue day at Lichfield Cathedral in May 2022, we are pleased to present the work of Midlands doctoral students on Lichfield’s manuscripts and stonework, as well as reflections on medieval liturgy and performance practice.
The first publication from Medieval Materialities is available here, and you can access individual articles below.
Cross-border Material Heritage: The Lichfield/ Chad/ Teilo Gospels in Insular Context
Kate Sykes and Victoria Flood
Reflection: Marginalia in Early-Medieval Gospel Books
Manuscript Description and Transcription I: Lichfield Cathedral MS 10 (Wycliffe Bible)
Clark R. Bates
Manuscript Description and Transcription II: Lichfield Cathedral MS 10 (Wycliffe Bible)
Manuscript Description and Transcription III: Lichfield Cathedral Library MS 50 (The Pricke of Conscience)
Edmund van der Molen
Manuscript Description and Transcription IV: Lichfield Cathedral MS 35 (Dives et Pauper)
Interdisciplinary Perspective: Social Networks and Landnámabók