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Art, Architecture and the Indulgence
Bibliographies

Regional Studies:
British Isles
[Anon.(?)] ‘Indulgences proposed to benefactors to the church of St. George the
Martyr, Southwark’, Notes and Queries, ser. 1, 3 / 84 (1851), pp. 444-445.
W.E.A. Axon, 'Manchester and Macclesfield pardon brasses', Transactions of the
Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society
10 (1892), pp. 99-110.
W.E.A. Axon, ‘On Christian captive indulgences in the British Museum, Lambeth
Palace, and John Rylands Library’, The Library, new ser., 7 / 27 (1906),
pp. 275-286.
E.G.C. Atchley, ‘Some Notes on the Beginning and Growth of the Usage of a Second
Gospel at Mass’, Transactions of the St Paul’s Ecclesiological Society, IV (1900), pp.
161-76.
W. Blades, ‘Indulgences printed by William Caxton’, Notes and Queries, ser. 3, 4 / 98
(1863), p. 387.
E. Calvert, 'Grant from the prior of St Austin in Shrewsbury', Transactions of the
Shropshire Archeological and Natural History Society
, 3rd ser. 5 (1905), miscellanea
i-iv.
K.W. Cameron, The Pardoner and his Pardons: Indulgences Circulating in England
on the Eve of the Reformation, with a Historical Introduction
, Hartford, CT, 1965.
W.G. Clark-Maxwell, 'Some letters of confraternity', Archaeologia 75 (1924-5), pp.
19-60; 'Some further letters of fraternity', Archaeologia 79 (1929), pp. 179-216.
J.T. Driver, 'A previously unknown letter of confraternity granted to Thomas Lygon
and his wife, Anne, March 1470', Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological
Society
, 3rd ser. 19 (2004), pp. 221-4.
E. Duffy, The Stripping of the Altars. Traditional Religion in England c.1400 - c.1580,
New Haven & London 1992.
R.W. Frank, Jr, 'The pardon scene in Piers Plowman', Speculum 26 (1951), pp. 317-
31 [reprinted in E. Vasta (ed.), Middle English Survey: Critical Essays, Notre Dame,
IN, 1965, pp. 169-93]
J. Fraser, 'A Pynson indulgence of 1523', Sussex Archaeological Collections, 50
(1907), pp. 109-16.
F.A. Gasquet, 'An English rosary book of the 15th century', Downside Review, 12
(1893), pp. 215-28.
J.A. Gribbin, 'Indulgences, fund-raising and piety In nomine Jesu: a letter of Bishop Richard Redman of Exeter', Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, 38/vii (Spring 2000), pp. 193-9. J.A. Gribbin & C.N. Ó Clabaigh, 'Confraternity letters of the Irish Observant Franciscans and their benefactors', Peritia, 16 (2002), pp. 459-71. R.M. Haines, Ecclesia Anglicana: Studies in the English Church of the Later Middle Ages, London & Toronto 1989. R.M. Haines, ‘Three Christchurch (Twynham) Indulgences for the Repair of Bridges and Bishop William of Wykeham's Admonition to the Earl of Salisbury on Account of Abuse of his Patronage over the Priory’, Archives. The Journal of the British Records Association, 26 (2001), pp. 30-35. J. Harris, 'Publicising the crusade: English bishops and the Jubilee indulgence of 1455', Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 50 (1999), pp. 23-37. E. Hoskins, Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis, or, Sarum and York Primers with Kindred Books and Primers of the Reformed Roman Use, London 1901. W.A. Jackson, ‘Three printed English indulgences at Harvard’, Harvard Library Bulletin, 7 / 2 (1953), pp. 228-231. E.G.H. Kempson, 'A Shropshire guild at work in Wiltshire', Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 57 (1958-60), pp. 50-5. T. Lawler, 'The pardon formula in Piers Plowman: its ubiquity, its binary shape, its silent middle term', Yearbook of Langland Studies, 14 (2000), pp. 117-52. W.E. Lunt, Financial Relations of the Papacy with England 1327-1534 (Studies in Anglo-Papal Relations during the Middle Ages, II), Cambridge, Mass. 1962. F. Lewis, ‘“Garnished with gloryous tytles”: Indulgences in printed Books of Hours in England’, Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society, 10 / 5 (1995), pp. 577-90. S.H. McLeod, 'The tearing of the pardon in Piers Plowman', Philological Quarterly, 56 (1977), pp. 14-26. D. Marcombe, 'The confraternity seals of Burton Lazars Hospital and a newly discovered matrix from Robertsbridge, Sussex', Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, 76 (2002), pp. 47-58. G. Marshall, 'The church of Edvin Ralph and some notes on pardon monuments', Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club, 1924-6 (1928), pp. 40-55. eds. S.B. Meech & H.E. Allen, The Book of Margery Kempe (Early English Text Society), 1940. A.J. Minnis, 'Piers' protean pardon: the letter and spirit of Langland's theology of indulgences', in A.M. D'Archy & A.J. Fletcher (eds.), Studies in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Texts in Honour of John Scattergood: 'The key of all good remembrance' , Dublin and Portland, OR, 2005, pp. 218-40. N. Morgan, ‘The Scala Coeli indulgence and the royal chapels’, in ed. B. Thompson,
Reign of Henry VII: proceedings of the 1993 Harlaxton Symposium, Stamford 1995,
pp. 82-103.
P. Needham, The Printer and the Pardoner. An Unrecorded Indulgence Printed by
William Caxton for the Hospital of St Mary Rounceval, Charing Cross
, Washington
1986.
B. Nilson & R.H. Frost, 'The archiepiscopal indulgences for the city of York, 1450-
1500', in D.M. Smith (ed.), The Church in Medieval York: records edited in honour of
Professor Barrie Dobson
(Borthwick Texts and Calendars 24), York 1999, pp. 113-
22.
N. Orme, 'Indulgences in the diocese of Exeter, 1100-1536', Report and Transactions
of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature, and Art
,
120 (1988), pp. 5-32.
N. Orme, 'Indulgences in medieval Cornwall', Journal of the Royal Institute of
Cornwall
, n.s.2/i (1992), pp. 149-70.
R.W. Pfaff, ‘The English Devotion of St Gregory’s Trental’, Speculum, XLIX (1974),
pp. 75-90.
A.W. Pollard, Earliest printing in England: an indulgence of 1476, London 1929.
A.E. Preston, 'The fourteenth-century painted ceiling at St. Helen's church,
Abingdon', Berkshire Archaeological Journal, 40 (1936), pp. 115-45.
J.T. Rosenthal, The purchase of paradise; gift giving and the aristocracy, 1307-1485,
London 1972.

R.W. Shaffern, ‘A new canonistic text on indulgences: De quantitate indulgenciarum
of John of Dambach, O.P. 81288-1372)’, Bulletin of Medieval Canon Law, new ser.,
21 (1991), pp. 25-45.
W.S. Simpson, ‘Indulgences: St. Paul's Cathedral’, Notes and Queries, ser. 4, 12 /
305 (1873), p. 353.
A.J. Slavin, 'Thomas Cromwell and the printers: the Boston pardons', in G.J.
Schochet, P.E. Tatspaugh & C. Brobeck (eds.), Reformation, Humanism, and
'Revolution': Papers Presented at the Folger Institute Seminar, 'Political Thought in
the Henrician Age, 1500-1550', Directed by John Bossy
(Proceedings of the Folger
Institute Center for the History of British Political Thought 1), Washington, DC, 1990,
pp. 235-47.
M.G. Snape, 'Durham cathedral: an "unknown" fire', Transactions of the Architectural
and Archaeological Society for Durham and Northumberland
, n.s. 3 (1974, for 1972),
pp. 71-4.
R.N. Swanson, 'Letters of confraternity and indulgence in late-medieval England',
Archives, 25 (2000), pp. 40-57.
R.N. Swanson, 'Contributions from parishes in the archdeaconry of Norfolk to the
shrine of St. Thomas Cantilupe at Hereford, ca.1320', Mediaeval Studies, 62 (2000),
pp. 190-218.

R.N. Swanson, ‘Indulgences for prayers for the dead in the diocese of Lincoln in the
early fourteenth century’, The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 52 / 2 (2001), pp.
197-219.
R.N. Swanson, ‘Fund-Raising for a Medieval Monastery: Indulgences and Great
Bricett Priory’, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute Of Archaeology And History, 40 / 1
(2001), pp. 1-7.
R.N. Swanson, 'Mendicants and confraternity in late medieval England', in J.G. Clark
(ed.), The Religious Orders in Pre-Reformation England, Woodbridge 2002, pp. 121-
41.
R.N. Swanson, ‘Indulgences at Norwich Cathedral priory in the later Middle Ages:
popular piety in the balance sheet’, Historical Research, 76 / no. 191 (2003), pp. 18-
29.
R.N. Swanson, 'Caxton's indulgence for Rhodes, 1480-81', The Library, 7th ser. 5
(2004), pp. 195-201.
R.N. Swanson, 'A Rounceval pardon of 1482', Archives, 30 no. 103 (Oct. 2005), pp.
51-4.
R.N. Swanson, ‘Praying for Pardon: Devotional Indulgences in Late Medieval
England’, in ed. R.N. Swanson, Promissory Notes on the Treasury of Merits.
Indulgences in Late Medieval Europe
, Leiden 2006.
R.N. Swanson, Indulgences in Late Medieval England: Passports to Paradise,
Cambridge 2007.
N. Vincent, The Holy Blood. King Henry III and the Westminster Blood Relic,
Cambridge 2001.
N. Vincent, ‘Some pardoners' tales: the earliest English indulgences’, Transactions of
the Royal Historical Society
, ser. 6, 12 (2002), pp. 23-58.
Y. Wada, ‘“Seven sins” and indulgences restored: towards a reconstruction of British
Library, MS Harley 913’, in eds T. Matsuda, R.A. Linenthal & J. Scahill, The medieval
book and a modern collector: essays in honour of Toshiyuki Takamiya
, Woodbridge
2004, pp. 53-60.
A. Way, 'Notice of a formula of a papal indulgence, printed by Pynson, and of some
other documents of like character', Archaeological Journal, 17 (1860), pp. 250-6.
D. Webb, Pilgrimage in Medieval England, London 2007.
C. Wordsworth, 'On some pardons or indulgences preserved in Yorkshire, 1412-
1527', Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 16 (1902), pp. 369-423.
P. N. R. Zutshi, ‘Collective indulgences from Rome and Avignon in English
collections’, in eds M.J. Franklin & C. Harper-Bill, Medieval ecclesiastical studies: in
honour of Dorothy M. Owen
, Woodbridge 1995, pp. 281-293.
Pardoners

D. Boocker, ‘Heywood's indulgent pardoner’, English Language Notes, 29 / 2 (1991),
pp. 21-30.
M.P. Hamilton, 'The credentials of Chaucer's Pardoner', Journal of English and
Germanic Philology
, 40 (1941), pp. 48-72.
A.L. Kellogg & L.A. Haselmayer, ‘Chaucer’s Satire of the Pardoner’, Publications of
the Modern Language Association of America
, 66 (1951), pp. 251-77.
D.K. Maxfield, ‘St. Mary Rouncivale, Charing Cross: the hospital of Chaucer's
Pardoner’, The Chaucer Review, 28 / 2 (1993), pp. 148-163.
A. J. Minnis, ‘Reclaiming the Pardoners’, Journal of Medieval and Early Modern
Studies
, 33 / 2 (Spring 2003), pp. 311-334.
A. Minnis, ‘The Construction of Chaucer’s Pardoner’, in ed. R.N. Swanson,
Promissory Notes on the Treasury of Merits. Indulgences in Late Medieval Europe,
Leiden 2006.

Q.L. Schaut, ‘Chaucer’s Pardoner and Indulgences’, Greyfriar: Siena Studies in
Literature,
3 (1961), pp. 25-39.
A. Williams, 'Some Documents on English Pardoners, 1350-1400', in J. Mahoney &
J.E. Keller (eds.), Mediaeval Studies in Honor of Urban Tigner Holmes, jr (University
of North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures 56), Chapel
Hill, NC, 1965, pp. 197-207.

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