Journal of Medieval History

(The TQCC of Journal of Medieval History is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Rhetoric and morale: a study of battle orations from the central middle ages12
Sexism and the celestial gynaeceum — from 500 to 120011
Houses, streets and shops in Byzantine Constantinople from the fifth to the twelfth centuries11
Western society and alchemy from 1200 to 15009
Sermon, preacher and society in the middle ages9
From pear maiden to tower princes: towards a new history of medieval childhood9
The farming out of manors: a new look at the evidence from Canterbury cathedral priory7
On Cathars, Albigenses, and good men of Languedoc7
The king, the church and the Jews: some considerations on the expulsions from England and France7
Franks, locals and sugar cane: a case study of cultural interaction in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem6
The use and abuse of commercial letters from the Cairo Geniza6
The origin of chantries: some further Anglo-Norman evidence6
Demography: from Domesday and beyond6
The chrysobull of Alexius I Comnenus to the Venetians: the date and the debate5
The construction of women's social identity in medieval Douai: Evidence from identifying epithets5
From prophecy to apocalypse: the verb tenses of Jerusalem in Robert the Monk'sHistoriaof the First Crusade4
The hanging of William Cragh: anatomy of a miracle4
People, possessions and domestic space in the late medieval escheators’ records4
The chrysobull of Alexius I Comnenus to the Venetians: the date and the debate4
Reading between the lines: compilation, variation, and the recovery of an authentic female voice in the Dornenkron prayer books from Wienhausen4
Gendered viewing, childbirth and female authority in the residence of Alice Chaucer, duchess of Suffolk, at Ewelme, Oxfordshire4
Crossing boundaries in the Mediterranean: papal trade licences from theRegistra supplicationumof Pope Clement VI (1342–52)3
‘Ale for an Englishman is a natural drink’: the Dutch and the origins of beer brewing in late medieval England3
Con-artists or entrepreneurs? Fripperers and market space in thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Paris3
The lord/dependant (vassal) relationship: a case study from Aquitaine c. 10303
The importance of Old French chronicles as historical sources of the Fourth Crusade and the early Latin Empire of Constantinople3
The military orders and the escape of the Christian population from the Holy Land in 12913
Ruling from afar: government and information management in late medieval Sicily3