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A Medieval Value for the Circumference of the Earth

‘With utmost certainty’: two late medieval pioneers of technical chronology

Medieval Europe’s satanic ciphers: on the genesis of a modern myth

The Liber Theoreumacie (1214) and the Early History of the Quadrans Vetus

An Overlooked Construction Manual for the Quadrans Vetustissimus

Pierre d’Ailly’s Tractatus de vero cyclo lunari: Introduction and Edition

The Astrological Autobiography of a Medieval Philosopher: Henry Bate's Nativitas (1280-81).

Glorious Science or “Dead Dog”? Jean de Jandun and the Quarrel over Astrology in Fourteenth-Century Paris

Robert Grosseteste’s Compotus

An Alfonsine universe: Nicolo Conti and Georg Peurbach on the threefold motion of the fixed stars

Astronomical and Cosmological 'Dubia' in the Cistercian Pierre Ceffons’ 'In II Sententiarum', distinctio 1

Jean des Murs's canones tabularum alfonsii of 1339

Jean des Murs's quadrivial pursuits: Introduction

Henry Bate's Tabule Machlinenses: the earliest astronomical tables by a Latin author.

Chronologically Confused: Claudius of Turin and the Date of Christ’s Passion

Ptolemaic Orbs in Twelfth-Century England: A Study and Edition of the Anonymous 'Liber de motibus planetarum'

Scandalous Error

John Holbroke, the Tables of Cambridge, and the "true length of the year": a forgotten episode in fifteenth-century astronomy

Zaccaria Lilio and the shape of the earth: A brief response to Allegro's "Flat earth science".

From the true Birth Year of Christ

Strategic Skepticism: A Reappraisal of Nicholas of Cusa’s Calendar Reform Treatise

Criticism of trepidation models and advocacy of uniform precession in medieval Latin astronomy

Walcher of Malvern: De lunationibus and De Dracone

A Reluctant Innovator: Graeco-Arabic Astronomy in the Computus of Magister Cunestabulus (1175)

Astronomy and calendar reform at the curia of Pope Clement VI: a new source.

Josephus and New Testament Chronology in the Work of Joseph Scaliger

The Early History of Man and the Uses of Diodorus in Renaissance Scholarship: From Annius of Viterbo to Johannes Boemus

Bede and the Future

Duking it Out in the Arena of Time: Chronology and the Christian–Jewish Encounter (1100–1600)

Thomas Strzempiński, Hermann Zoest, and the Initial Stages of the Calendar Reform Project Attempted at the Council of Basel (1434–1437)

Controversial Rimes: Calender Reforms in the Old Empire 1582-1700

Magister Rheticus and his School Mates: The Struggle for Knowledge and Implementation of the heliocentric World System of Copernicus around 1540/50

Vanitas vanitatum et super omnia vanitas: The Astronomer Heinrich Selder and A Newly Discovered Fourteenth-Century Critique of Astrology

Walter Odington's De etate mundi and the Pursuit of a Scientific Chronology in Medieval England.

Johannes Keck, das Konzil von Basel und der vergessene Osterstreit des Jahres 1444

Bede's horologium: Observational Astronomy and the Problem of the Equinoxes in Early Medieval Europe (c.700-1100)

Medieval Astronomy in Catalonia and the South of France: The ‘Improved’ Lunar Kalendarium of Friar Raymond (Ramon) Bancal (ca. 1311) and Its Predecessors

Science at the Papal Palace: Clement VI and the Calendar Reform Project of 1344/45

The astronomical data in the très riches heures and their fourteenth-century source

Alfred Lohr, Der Computus Gerlandi. Edition, Übersetzung und Erläuterungen. (Sudhoffs Archiv, Beihefte, H. 61.) Stuttgart, Steiner 2013

Critical Analysis of The Alfonsine Tables in the Fourteenth Century: The Parisian Expositio Tabularum Alfonsii of 1347

John of Murs and the Treatise Autores kalendarii (1317): A Problem of Authorship.

José Chabás & Bernard R. Goldstein, A survey of European astronomical tables in the late middle ages and José Chabás & Bernard R. Goldstein, Essays on medieval computational astronomy

Roman vs. Arabic Computistics in Twelfth-Century England: A Newly Discovered Source (Collatio Compoti Romani et Arabici).

A tool for many purposes: Hermann Zoest and the medieval Christian appropriation of the Jewish calendar

Calendars Beyond Borders: Exchange of Calendrical Knowledge Between Jews and Christians in Medieval Europe (12th-15th Century)

Climate, astrology and the age of the world in thirteenth-century thought: Giles of Lessines and roger bacon on the precession of the solar apogee

John of Pulchro Rivo and John of Saxony: A mise au point

Me pudet audire Iudeum talia scire: A late medieval Latin school text on the Jewish calendar

Medieval Latin Christian texts on the Jewish calendar a study with five editions and translations

Origen, Climate Change, and the Erosion of Mountains in Giles of Lessines’s Discussion of the Eternity of the World (c. 1260)

The reception and application of Arabic science in twelfth-century computistics: New evidence from Bavaria

An Eleventh-Century Chronologer at Work: Marianus Scottus and the Quest for the Missing Twenty-Two Years

A Sixteenth-Century Debate on the Jewish Calendar: Jacob Christmann and Joseph Justus Scaliger

Early Christian chronology and the origins of the Christmas date: In defense of the "calculation theory"

The Meaning of Judaeus and the Myth of Jewish Male Menses in a Late Medieval Astronomical School Text

The Origins of the Christmas Date: Some Recent Trends in Historical Research

Nicholas Trevet and the Chronology of the Crucifixion

Augustine and the Shape of the Earth

Noah's calendar: The chronology of the flood narrative and the history of astronomy in sixteenth and seventeenth-century scholarship

From Sukkot to Saturnalia: The Attack on Christmas in Sixteenth-Century Chronological Scholarship

Alden A. Mosshammer, The Easter Computus and the Origins of the Christian Era