The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature are the owners and publishers of Medium Ævum. The journal, which first appeared in 1932, is one of the leading international academic periodicals in medieval studies. It is published twice yearly and its present editors are Professors Nigel F. Palmer, Sylvia Huot and Corinne Saunders.

Issue 1, Volume 85 (2016), is now published. It includes the following articles:

Alex Davis
'Game' in The Tale of Gamelyn
Christine Wallis
Unpublished dry-point annotations in a manuscript of the Old English Bede: Oxford, Corpus Christi College 279B
Elizabeth Solopova
A Wycliffite Bible made for a nun of Barking
Jenni Nuttall
The vanishing English virelai: French complainte in English in the fifteenth century
Philip Knox, Mark Griffith, and William Poole
Reading Chaucer in New College, Oxford, in the 1630s: the commendatory verses to Francis Kynaston's Amorum Troili et Creseidae
Richard N. Bailey and Eric Cambridge
Dating the Old English poem 'Durham'
Sarah Kay
'The English bestiary', the continental Physiologus, and the intersections between them

along with over 60 reviews and notices of the latest medieval scholarly books and textual editions.

The Table of Contents for 85.1 (2016), and online access to articles for Society members, is available here.

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