Reckoning Time in Medieval Pisa

Further Reading

A list of sources we used in doing this project, and additional materials that might be of use to researchers.

Arnold, John H.. What is Medieval History ?. Cambrigde: Polity Press, 2008.

Deliyannis, Deborah Mauskopf. “Year-dates in the early Middle Ages.” In Time in the Medieval World, Edited by Humphrey, Chris and Ormrod, W. Mark., 5-22. York: York Medieval Press, 2001.

Foster, Michael. “Introduction. Spiritual temporalities.” In Spiritual Temporalities in Late-Medieval Europe, Edited by Foster, Michael., 1-8. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010.

Huizing, Russell L.. “Benedictine times: the flow of life in the holy rule.” Downside Review131, no. 465 (2013): 171-183.

Kiss, Sándor. “Deux perceptions du temps: chronique latine et roman courtois.” In Byzance et l’Occident II: Tradition, transmission, traduction, Edited by Egedi-Kovács, Emese. Antiquitas – Byzantium – Renascentia,16, 75-83. Budapest: Collège Eötvös József ELTE, 2015.

Nothaft, C. Philipp E. “The Julian Calendar and the Problem of the Equinoxes in the Early Middle Ages.” In Scandalous Error, Scandalous Error, Chapter 2. Oxford University Press, 2018.

Sashalmi, Endre. “Christianity and the concept of time: some reflections on periodization of history and medieval eschatology (west and east).” In Cultus Deorum Studia Religionum ad Historiam: Res Medievalia et Recentiora ab Oriens ad Europa, Edited by Szabó, Ádám and Vargyas, Péter. Ókortudományi Dolgozatok; 3, 103-112. Pécs: Verano, 2008.