New Journal Issue: ‘The Military Orders’, Medievalista Journal, July-December 2021

The latest issue of Medivalista about Military Orders, coordinated by Luís Filipe Oliveira and Gregory Leighton, has been published and is now available on the journal’s website.


‘From the East to the West: The Military Orders Thematic Dossier – A Foreword’, Luís Filipe Oliveira and Gregory Leighton

‘Early Templar Administration in Provence and North-Eastern Spain’, Alan Forey

‘The beginnings of the Order of Saint John in Jerusalem, or: Muristan revisited’, Dorothee Heinzelmann and Jürgen Krüger

‘The Templar Order, Portugal, and the Latin East: A New Document for an Old Debate’, Philippe Josserand

‘The Catalan Queralt-Timor lineage and its relationship with the Order of the Temple (12th-14th centuries)’, Joan Fuguet Sans, Carme Plaza Arqué

‘Women and parish liturgy. Lay women’s religion in the lordship of the Military Order of Calatrava in rural Castile (15th-16th centuries)’, Raquel Torres Jiménez

‘National Rivalry among Hospitallers? The Case of Bohemia and Austria, 1392-1555’, Karl Borchardt


‘Sources and context of the eucharistic miracles of the Cantigas de Santa María 128 and 208’, Manuel Negri

‘Islamic Tradition Pottery in Portuguese contexts. 12th-14th centuries’, Marco Liberato et al.

Book Reviews

AYALA MARTÍNEZ, Carlos de; FERNANDES, Isabel Cristina Ferreira; PALACIOS ONTALVA, Santiago (coords.) – La Reconquista. Ideología y justificación de la Guerra Santa Peninsular. Madrid: La Ergastula, 2019 (534 pp.)
Cláudio Neto

DIAS, João Carvalho (ed.) – Manuscritos Iluminados Europeus na Coleção Calouste Gulbenkian. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 2020 (342 pp.)
Delmira Espada Custódio, Maria Adelaide Miranda

RUIZ PILARES, Enrique José – La sociedad política en Jerez de la Frontera a finales de la Edad Media. Cádiz: Editorial UCA, 2020 (274 pp.).
Filipa Roldão

It also presents a PhD and Master thesis presentation and Varia.

All information is available on the journal’s website:


Published by charlottecook

Charlotte Cook graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in European History from Washington & Lee University in 2019. In 2020 she received her Master’s degree in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, earning the classification of Merit. Her research explores questions of royal patronage, both by and in honor of rulers, in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century England. She has worked as a researcher and collections assistant at several museums and galleries, and plans to begin her PhD in the autumn of 2022.

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