Category Archives: News
We are unable to process orders for books at the moment as all stock is contained in a facility which is presently out-of-bounds. Work on the publications for this year has, however, been proceeding, with an Annual Text (vol. 2 … Continue reading
We are delighted to be hosting a PDF containing a translation by Ian Short of the Flemish perspective on King John offered by the Anonyme de Béthune in the Histoire des ducs de Normandie et des rois d’Angleterre. Click on … Continue reading
To accompany the launch of a new publication, Vernacular Literary Theory from the French of Medieval England, by our friends and ANTS members Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Thelma Fenster, and Delbert Russell, Boydell & Brewer are offering a special discount until the end … Continue reading
Ian Short’s edition of the Oxford Psalter has now emerged from the bindery, and copies will be reaching subscribers in the coming days. Our thanks for your patience!
To accompany the publication of Ian Short’s edition of The Oxford Psalter, we have commissioned the digitisation of Oxford, Bodleian Library, Douce 320. A link to the manuscript is provided in the right-hand column.
I am delighted to confirm that Tony Hunt’s edition of Les Paroles Salomun (vol. 70, for 2012) has now left the binders, and should be reaching subscribers in the coming days. Many thanks again for your patience!
After a few delays beyond our control, vol. 70 for 2012, Tony Hunt’s edition of Les Paroles Salomun, is now bound and ready for distribution, and should be reaching subscribers before the end of this month. Sincere apologies, and many … Continue reading
Livres et écritures en français et en occitan au XIIe siècle: Catalogue illustré, by Maria Careri, Christine Ruby, and Ian Short, with collaboration from Terry Nixon and Patricia Stirnemann More info: http://www.viella.it/libro/705
Added details of a paper of interest being delivered in Bristol on 24/05/2012 by ANTS member Marianne Ailes, together with Ad Putter.
The new Portail de la Base de Français Médiéval is about to launch, and features excerpts from a number of ANTS texts. Our best wishes to our friends leading this exciting project!