Journal of the British Archaeological Association

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of the British Archaeological Association is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Like a Psalter for a Queen: Sancha, Melisende and the New Testament Cycle in the Chapter-House at Sijena1
Basketry and Beyond: Constructing Cultures.1
Elizabeth Woodville and the Chapel of St Erasmus at Westminster Abbey0
Southminster: A Secondary Minster in Essex0
Continuity and Revival: 12th-Century Standing Crosses in Huntingdonshire0
The Dean and Canons’ Houses of St George’s Chapel, Windsor. An Architectural History.The Dean and Canons’ Houses of St George’s Chapel, Windsor: An Architectural History. By john crook. Oxford and Phi0
An Epithalamium in Stone: The West Façade of Wells Cathedral0
Incidental Archaeologists: French Officers and the Rediscovery of Roman North AfricaIncidental Archaeologists: French Officers and the Rediscovery of Roman North Africa. By bonnie effros.Ithaca and Lo0
Christ on the Cross: The Boston Crucifix and the Rise of Monumental Sculpture, 970–12000
Annual Report of the Council for the Year Ended 31 December 20210
Two Fragments of a Painted Screen from Hamstall Ridware, Staffordshire, with Passion Imagery Including the Seven Effusions of Christ’s Blood0
The Date of Beverley Minster and its Role in the Development of Northern Gothic in the Late 12th and Early 13th Centuries0
Les strategies de la narration dans la peinture médiévale: La representation de l’Ancien Testament aux IVe–XIIe siècles0
Thomas Cromwell’s Home at the London Austin Friars0
The Rites of Durham by William Claxton0
Annual Report of The Council for the Year Ended 31 December 20200
The Romanesque Roof Structure of Westminster Hall0
An Early-16th-Century Prayer Roll and the Holy Rood of Bromholm0
Medieval Charnel Houses: Resurrecting Lost Medieval Rites0
The Henry of Blois Enamels: A(nother) Reassessment0
Reliquary Tabernacles in Fourteenth-Century Italy: Image, Relic and Material Culture.0
Il Duomo di Modena. Studi e ricerche per un approccio interdisciplinareIl Duomo di Modena. Studi e ricerche per un approccio interdisciplinare. Edited by Carla Di Francesco, Francesca Piccinini and El0
Professor Peter J. Fergusson (14 July 1934–24 January 2022)0
Reginald Taylor and Lord Fletcher Essay Prize0
Bringing the Holy Land Home: The Crusades, Chertsey Abbey, and the Reconstruction of a Medieval MasterpieceBringing the Holy Land Home: The Crusades, Chertsey Abbey, and the Reconstruction of a Mediev0
‘Pierced and Perforated Carving, as Fine as the Best Cathedral Screen Work’: Antiquarianism and Faking Tudor Furniture in the 1840s0
Romanesque Tomb Effigies: Death and Redemption in Medieval Europe, 1000–1200Romanesque Tomb Effigies: Death and Redemption in Medieval Europe, 1000–1200. By shirin fozi. University Park, The Pennsylva0
Urnes Stave Church and Its Global Romanesque ConnectionsUrnes Stave Church and Its Global Romanesque Connections. Edited by kirk ambrose, griffin murray and margrete syrstad andås.Turnhout, Brepols (S0
An Imperial Portrait Cameo of Antonia Minor in a 14th-Century Reliquary Cross in Prague0
Riemenschneider in Rothenburg0
L’Architecture Carolingienne en France et en Europe0
At the Edge of Reformation. Iberia before the Black Death0
Saint Cecilia in the Renaissance: The Emergence of a Musical Icon.Saint Cecilia in the Renaissance: The Emergence of a Musical Icon. By john a. rice, Chicago and London, The University of Chicago Pres0
The Choir Screen in the Dominican Church of the Holy Trinity in Cracow: Form and Function0
A Lost Carved Cadaver Monument to a Member of the Norton Family at St Peter’s, Bristol0
Beatrice de Roos (d. 1415) and the Making of Art0
The Earliest English Church? A Reconsideration of the Chapel of St Pancras at St Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury0
Notre-Dame of Amiens: Life of the Gothic Cathedral.0
Le pont d’Avignon: une société de bâtisseurs (XIIe–XVe siècle)0
The North Aisle at Ducklington: Liturgy and Commemoration in an Oxfordshire Parish Church0
‘Like, or Better’: Building Contracts and Late-Medieval Perceptions of Quality in Architecture0
Index to Vols 169–173, 2016–20200
The Fluctuating Sea: Architecture and Movement in the Medieval Mediterranean0
Treasure, Memory, Nature: Church Objects in the Middle AgesTreasure, Memory, Nature: Church Objects in the Middle Ages. By philippe cordez. London, Harvey Miller, 2020. 284 pp., 75 col. illus. 0
Designing Norman Sicily: Material Culture and Society0
The Seals of Lincoln Cathedral Chapter0
Natural Light in Medieval ChurchesNatural Light in Medieval Churches. Edited by vladimir ivanovici and alice isabella sullivan. Leiden, Brill (East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 450–10
Thomas Becket, Henry II, Daughters and Sons: A Family Affair0
Manfredi committente. Fonti e opere0
What was the Castilian Tabernacle-Altarpiece in the Met Cloisters? Proposals for its Function and Context0
The Ochs Scholarships0
The Making of Medieval Rome. A New Profile of the City, 400–1420.0
In the Northern Cemetery of Roman London. Excavations at Spitalfields Market, London E1, 1991–2007.0
The Painted Wooden Tomb Effigies at Goudhurst to Sir Alexander Culpepper (d. 1541) and his Second Wife, Dame Constance Culpepper, and their Comparators0
Arte y liturgia en los monasterios de dominicas en Castilla. Desde los orígenes hasta la reforma observante (1218–1506) . By mercedes pérez vidal 0
Materiality and Religious Practice in Medieval Denmark0
The Chantry Chapels of Cardinal Beaufort and Bishop Waynflete in Winchester Cathedral0
Annual Report of the Council for the Year Ended 31 December 20220
Bishop Roger, St John Hope, and Old Sarum Cathedral0
La catedral habitada. Historia viva de un espacio arquitectónico0
A Reattribution of the Tree of Jesse Tomb Slab in Lincoln Cathedral0
The Romanesque Abbey of St Peter at Gloucester (Gloucester Cathedral).0
The Silver Seal Matrix of John de Wike Found in Bratton Seymour Parish, Somerset0
The Art and Architecture of the Cistercians in Northern England, c.1300 − 1540.0
Romanesque Renaissance: Carolingian, Byzantine and Romanesque Buildings (800–1200) as a Source for New All’Antica Architecture in Early Modern Europe (1400–1700)0
London in the Roman World.London in the Roman World. By dominic perring.Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2022. xviii + 573 pp., 88 b/w illus. + 6 tables. isbn 9780190
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