Al-Masaq-Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Papers
(The median citation count of Al-Masaq-Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
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The Modern Historiography of Byzantine and Islamic Philosophy: A Comparison2
The Men Who Would Be King: Moorish Political Hierarchies and Imperial Policy in Byzantine Africa2
Exaltation of Women in the Chapter on Muḥammad in Ibn ʿArabī’s Fuṣūṣ al-ḥikam2
Authority Beyond State and Tribe in the Early Medieval Maghrib: The Impact of Climate on the Economic, Social and Political Reorganisation of the Maghrib al-Aqṣā in the Eighth–Ninth Centuries: The Cas2
From Amida to Famagusta via Cairo: The Syrian Scribe Yūsuf ibn Sbāṭ in His Eastern Mediterranean Context c. 1350–13601
Transmitting and Circulating the Late Antique and Byzantine Worlds (Medieval Mediterranean)1
Commercial Deceit: Fraudulent Trade from the Ports of Cilicia and Cyprus to the Mamlūks1
What Does Ibn Khaldūn Mean by the Term Mādda? On Human Association and Political-Economic Organisation1
Reconsidering the Fort at Civetot (Kibotos) and the Recent Discovery of a Submerged Building Complex in Nicomedia Bay1
Heretics, Schismatics, or Catholics: Latin Attitudes to the Greeks in the Long Twelfth Century0
Institutional and Functional Aspects of Hunting in Byzantium0
Living on the Edge: Commerce and Trade on the Southwest Lusitanian Port Ensembles in Late Antiquity0
Resolving Ambivalence through (Claimed) Excommunication: The Depiction of al-Ashʿath b. Qays in Early and Classical Arabic-Islamic Historiography0
Remembering the Crusades in Medieval Texts and Songs0
Approaching the Early Medieval Iberian Economy from the Ground Up0
The Normans and the ‘Norman Edge’: Peoples, Polities and Identities on the Frontiers of Medieval Europe0
“To Breathe Life into the Past as a Means of Bringing New Blood to the Present”: The Instructional Poetry of Abraham Ibn Ezra0
The Absence of the Jewish Usurer Trope in Andalusī Written Sources0
Retracted Article: A Companion to Latin Greece0
Resolving Gender Ambiguity: An Initial Approach to Hermaphroditism in al-Andalus: The Case of the “Bearded Woman” of Tudela0
The Late Mamlūk Transition of the 1380s: The View from the North Caucasus0
A Dwarf Among Giants: A Diplomatic and Political Reading of Florence’s First Commercial Expedition to Ottoman Constantinople0
Alexandria and Antioch in the First ʿAbbāsid Century0
Crusading and Archaeology: some archaeological approaches to the Crusades0
Warrior Women in Ibn Rushd’s Commentary on Plato’s Republic: Mythico-Barbarian Geography in the Case for Female Guardians, an Unsolved Passage0
Medieval Muslim Mirrors for Princes: An Anthology of Arabic, Persian and Turkish Political Advice0
Coming of Age in Medieval Egypt: Female Adolescence, Jewish Law, and Ordinary Culture0
May the Umayyad Coastal Ribāṭ Fortress of Kafr Lāb Have Been Built in Memory of Mujāhid ibn Jabr?0
Abraham’s Luggage: A Social Life of Things in the Medieval Indian Ocean World0
The Crusade of King Conrad III of Germany: warfare and diplomacy in Byzantium, Anatolia and Outremer, 1146-11480
Response to Ann Chamberlin, Review of Coming of Age in Medieval Egypt: Female Adolescence, Jewish Law, and Ordinary Culture, reviewed by Ann Chamberlin, Doi: 10.1080/09503110.2020.18152980
Retraction: Mediterranes Kaisertum und imperiale Ordnung. Das lateinische Kaiserreich von Konstantinopel0
The Mount Sinai Monastery: A Successful Example of Shared Holy Space0
L'invention du cadi: la justice des musulmans, des juifs et des chrétiens aux premiers siècles de l'islam0
Interreligious Encounters in Polemics Between Christians, Jews, and Muslims in Iberia and Beyond0
The Works of Ibn Wāḍiḥ al-Ya‘qūbī. An English Translation0
Mālikī Scholars on Christians in Umayyad al-Andalus: Juridical Dialogues and Discussions of “Mixed Families”0
The social world of the abbey of Cava c.1020-13000
Retraction: Byzantium and the Emergence of Muslim-Turkish Anatolia, ca. 1040-11300
Introduction: Group Formation and Maintenance in the ʿAbbāsid and Fāṭimid Caliphates, 750–10000
Iberian Mooring: Al-Andalus, Sefarad, and the Tropes of Exceptionalism0
Minting, State and Economy in the Visigothic Kingdom0
Ifrīqiya’s Status in the Caliphal Hierarchy in the Marwānid Period0
Pastoralism and Peasant Accounting in Post-Roman Times: The Numerical Slates of the Sistema Central0
The Fatimids and Egypt0
Codex Epistolaris Carolinus: Letters from the popes to the Frankish rulers, 739-7910
Excommunication and apostasy: re-drawing Jewish communal boundaries in Fāṭimid and Ayyūbid Egypt0
The Almoravid and Almohad Empires0
Diplomats and Betrayers: Christian Negotiators and the Confessional Rewriting of Surrender during the Islamic Conquest (634–642 AD)0
The Little History of the Lombards of Benevento by Erchempert: A Critical Edition and Translation of “Ystoriola Longobardorum Beneventum Degentium”0
The Emperor and the Elephant: Christians and Muslims in the Age of Charlemagne The Emperor and the Elephant: Christians and Muslims in the Age of Charlemagne , by Sam Ot0
Franks and Crusades in Medieval Eastern Christian Historiography0
“Smash His Head with a Rock”: Imāmic Excommunications and the Production of Deviance in Late Ninth-Century Imāmī Shīʿism0
The Seljuqs and their successors: art, culture and history0
The Deeds of the Neapolitan Bishops: A Critical Edition and Translation of the “Gesta Episcoporum Neapolitanorum” The Deeds of the Neapolitan Bishops: A Critical Edition and Translation0
Bohemond of Taranto: Crusader and Conqueror; Warfare in the Norman Mediterranean0
Early Islamic North Africa: A New Perspective Early Islamic North Africa: A New Perspective , by Corisande Fenwick, London, Bloomsbury Academic, 2020, 224 pp., £19.99 (P0
Riches beyond the Horizon: Long-Distance Trade in Early Medieval Landscapes (ca. 6th–12th centuries) Riches beyond the Horizon: Long-Distance Trade in Early Medieval Landscapes (ca. 6th0
Cultivating the City in Early Medieval Italy0
Ports et réseaux d’échanges dans le Maghreb médiéval0
Testators and the Visigothic State: A “from the Ground Up” Approach to Inheritance Law0
Sharing on the Way to the Holy Land: The Shrine of Our Lady of Cassiope on the Island of Corfu0
Studying the “Shared Sacred Spaces” of the Medieval Levant: Where Historians May Meet Anthropologists0
Rethinking Norman Italy: Studies in Honour of Graham A. Loud0
Making the East Latin: The Latin Literature of the Levant in the Era of the Crusades0
Sainthood and Social Boundary Crossing in Medieval Islamic North Africa0
Latin and Greek Monasticism in the Crusader States0
Friends of the Emir: Non-Muslim State Officials in Premodern Islamic Thought0
Sacred Place and Sacred Time in the Medieval Islamic Middle East0
Friends of the Emir, Non-Muslim State Officials in Premodern Islamic Thought0
Talking Maps0
City-republics of Northern Italy and the Sicilian Vespers: The Perception of the Revolt in the Urban Chronicles0
Arab Conquests and Early Islamic Historiography: The Futuh al-buldan of al-Baladhuri0
Southern Italy as Contact Zone and Border Region during the Early Middle Ages: Religious-Cultural Heterogeneity and Competing Powers in Local, Transregional and Universal Dimensions0
Roger II of Sicily: Family, Faith, and Empire in the Medieval Mediterranean World0
The “Long History” of Nidūy – from Tannaitic Literature to Late Antiquity0
The Paulicians: Heresy, Persecution and Warfare on the Byzantine Frontier, c. 750– 8800
Crusading Europe: essays in honour of Christopher Tyerman0
Minorities in Contact in the Medieval Mediterranean0
“There is no harm in it”: Muslim Participation in Levantine Christian Religious Festivals (750–1000)0
That Most Precious Merchandise: The Mediterranean Trade in Black Sea Slaves, 1260–15000
The Translator of Desires, Poems0
Envisioning Islam: Syriac Christians and the Early Muslim World0
Theology, Law and Social Configuration: Views and Attitudes towards Theological Innovators (mubtadiʿūn)0
Retraction: Approaches to the Byzantine Family0
The “ʿasākir al-Shām”: Medieval Arabic Historiography of the Siege, Capture and Battle of Antioch during the First Crusade 490–491/1097–10980
The Filthy Animal and Saint Bernard of Clairvaux: Re-assessing the Case for Letter 308 and the Conquest of Lisbon, 11470
A Fifteenth-century Fatwa Issued by al-Wansharīsī on the Fate of Christian Prisoners: Death, or Captivity?0
The Medieval Turks: collected papers0
The Bible and Crusade Narrative in the Twelfth Century, Crusading in Context0
Christian Martyrs under Islam: Religious Violence and the Making of the Muslim World0
Italy, Cyprus and Artistic Exchange in the Medieval Mediterranean0
The Institutions of the Shīʿī Imāmate: Towards a Social History of Early Imāmī Shiʿism*0
Nomads in the Middle East0
Mining for Gold in Visigothic Iberia: Archaeological Perspectives on Economy, Landscape, and Labour0
Domestic Slavery in Syria and Egypt, 1200-15000
Caesar Bardas and the Earthquake of Constantinople: The Rival Depictions of the Event in the Arabic and Byzantine Sources0
The Banū Yahrāsan, Political and Sacred Leaders in Ibāḍī Djerba0
Authority beyond Tribe and State in the “Middle Maghrib”0
To Live Like a Moor. Christian Perceptions of Muslim Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Spain0
Sharing Sacred Space in the Medieval Mediterranean: Introduction0
The Islamic-Byzantine Border in History: From the Rise of Islam to the End of the Crusades The Islamic-Byzantine Border in History: From the Rise of Islam to the End of the Crusades0
Placing Messina: The Politics and Geography of Bartolomeo da Neocastro’s Historia Sicula (c. 1294)0
Author, Warriors, Martyrs, Dervishes: Moving Frontiers, Shifting Identities in the land of Rome (13th-15th Centuries)0
Recalcitrant Crusaders? The Relationship between Southern Italy and Sicily, Crusading and the Crusader States, c.1060-11980
Medieval Ethiopian Kingship, Craft, and Diplomacy with Latin Europe0
Jews and the Fāṭimid Caliphate0
Inclusion and Exclusion in Mediterranean Christianities, 400–8000
The Business of Bishops: The Ecclesiastical Economy of Visigothic Iberia0
Urban Sanitation in al-Andalus: The Case of Qurṭuba (Tenth to Thirteenth Century)0
Rebuilding Anatolia after the Mongol Conquest: Islamic Architecture in the Lands of Rūm 1240-1330,0
The Early Medieval Peasant Economy: An Analysis of Archaeological Data from Central Portugal0
Ejércitos benditos: Yihad y memoria en al-Andalus (siglos X–XIII)0
The Treaty between Muḥammad and the Christians of Najrān in the Chronicle of Seert: Negotiating the Rights of the Conquered and the Re-writing of the Past0
The Lost Archive. Traces of a Caliphate in a Cairo Synagogue0
In Defiance of History: Orosius and the Unimproved Past0
Introduction: Negotiating Borders in the Medieval Islamic West0
The Piety of Learning: Islamic Studies in Honor of Stefan Reichmuth0
Italy and Early Medieval Europe: Papers for Chris Wickham0
Identifying the Rustamid Imamate. State Building and Urban Foundation through the Case of Tāhart0
The Conquest of the Holy Land by Salah al-Din. A Critical Edition and Translation of the Libellus de expugnatione Terrae Sanctae per Saladinum0
Retraction: Popular Muslim Reactions to the Franks in the Levant, 1097–12910
The Kaʿba Orientations, Readings in Islam’s Ancient House0
The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of the Crusades0
Comparing “Acts of Excommunication” in the Late Antique and Early Medieval Middle East0
Insatiable Appetite: Food as Cultural Signifier in the Middle East and Beyond0
Retraction: The Eastern Mediterranean frontier of Latin Christendom0
Not Sharing the Holy Land: Attitudes towards Sacred Space in Papal Crusade Calls, 1095–12340
The Other Side of Empire. Just War in the Mediterranean and the Rise of Early Modern Spain0
Coming of Age in Medieval Egypt: Female Adolescence, Jewish Law, and Ordinary Culture0
New Saladins: Spiritual Crusading and the Typology of Crusading Enemies0
The Lands of Saint Ambrose: Monks and Society in Early Medieval Milan0
Mallorca at the Crossroads of Powers in the Ninth Century0
Architecture of the Islamic West: North Africa and the Iberian Peninsula, 700-18000
Art in Spain and Portugal from the Romans to the Early Middle Ages: Routes and Myths0
Les Tables Géographiques du manuscript du sultan rasūlid al-Malik al-Afḍal. Édition, Traduction Et Commentaire0
Chronicles of Qalāwūn and his son al-Ashraf Khalīl / Baybars’ Successors: Ibn al-Furāt on Qalāwun and al-Ashraf0
Islam and Judaism: Religious Attitudes and Identity in the Medinan Era0
Unveiling al-Isfār ʽan ḥukm al-asfār: Structural Analysis of a Fifteenth-Century Medical Manual for Travellers0
Eastern Trade and the Mediterranean in the Middle Ages: Pegolotti’s Ayas–Tabriz Itinerary and its Commercial Context0
Religious Plurality and Interreligious Contacts in the Middle Ages (Wolfenbütteler Forschungen 161)0
Military Jihād against Muslims: ‘Abd Allāh b. Yāsīn and the Foundation of a Saharan Political Unit that Would Conquer the Maghreb and al-Andalus (Eleventh Century)0
Rulers Making Boundaries Clear in the Medieval Islamic West: The Cordoban Umayyads and the Almohads0
Bridge of Civilizations: The Near East and Europe, c.1100-13000
The Popularisation of Sufism in Ayyubid and Mamluk Egypt, 1173-13250
Reframing the Qarāmānids: Exploring Cultural Life through the Arts of the Book0
Narrating Muslim Sicily: War and Peace in the Medieval Mediterranean World0
Rethinking the Ninth-Century Islamic Presence in Peninsular Italy: A Perspective Through Islamic History and Politics0
Retraction: The Orthodox Church in the Arab World (700-1700)0
“Lest the Faithful Doubt or the Heretics Mock”: Patriarchs, Caliphs and Implementing Excommunication in the Jacobite Church c.650–8500
Qur'ān Quotations Preserved in Papyrus Documents, 7th-10th Centuries and the Problem of Carbon Dating Early Qur'āns0
The Role of Cities in the Early Medieval Economy0
Warfare and the Making of Early Medieval Italy (568-652)0
Prudentius, Spain, and Late Antique Christianity: Poetry, Visual Culture, and the Cult of Martyrs / The Religious Worlds of the Laity in Late Antique Gaul / Churches and Social Power in Early Medieval0
“However Many Priests Instructed in Latin and Arabic of Good Reputation and Letters You May Find”: Dominican Traditions About Language Acquisition and Missionary Preaching, c. 1190–12500
The Significance of the Written Word in European–Mamlūk Diplomatic Missions0
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