Auf der Webseite von MEMO werden auch alle gedruckten Ausgaben der Schriftenreihe MAQ – Medium Aevum Quotidianum (1982-2016) digital zur Verfügung gestellt (vorbehaltlich des Einverständnisses der Autorinnen und Autoren). Sowohl die seit 1982 regulär erscheinenden MAQ Newsletter als auch die seit 1990 erscheinenden Sonderbände wurden für uns in der Stiftsbibliothek Klosterneuburg digitalisiert und als PDF-Dateien aufbereitet.

Derzeit (Stand Dezember 2017) sind sämtliche Einzelbeiträge aus den Newslettern bereits online und über die chronologische Auflistung ‚Alle Artikel‘ wie auch mittels Volltextsuche auffindbar. Die MAQ Newsletter sind bis 1990 eingespielt, die Sonderbände werden in den kommenden Monaten nach und nach zur Verfügung gestellt. Die Inhalte von MAQ sind für die Volltextsuche aufbereitet und können als PDFs heruntergeladen werden. Bis auf wenige Ausnahmen haben wir für alle Beiträge die Bereitstellungsgenehmigung der Autorinnen und Autoren erhalten.

Folgende Sonderbände wurden seit 1990 publiziert und werden in den kommenden Monaten digital zur Verfügung gestellt:

Sonderband I

Maria Elisabeth Wittmer-Butsch, Zur Bedeutung von Schlaf und Traum im Mittelalter
Krems 1992 – out of print

Sonderband II

Toivo Viljamaa – Asko Timonen – Christian Krötzl (eds.), Crudelitas. The Politics of Cruelty in the Ancient and Medieval World:

  • Andrew Lintott , Cruelty in the Political Life of the Ancient World
  • Maarit Kaimio, Violence in Greek Tragedy
  • Toivo Viljamaa, „Crudelitatis odio in crudelitatem ruitis“. Livy’s Concept of Life and History
  • Katariina Mustakallio, The „crimen incesti“ of the Vestal Virgins and the Prodigious Pestilence
  • Asko Timonen, Criticism of Defense. The Blaming of „Crudelitas“ in the „Historia Augusta“
  • Christer Bruun, Water as a Cruel Element in the Roman World
  • Luigi de Anna, Elogio della crudeltà. Aspetti della violenza nelmondo antico e medievale
  • Greti Dinkova-Bruun, Cruelty and the Medieval Intellectual: The Case of Peter Abelard
  • Christian Krötzl, „Crudeliter afflicta“. Zur Darstellung von Gewalt und Grausamkeit in mittelalterlichen Mirakelberichten
  • Thomas Lindkvist, The Politics of Violence and the Transition from Viking Age to Medieval Scandinavia
  • Alain Ducellier, Byzance, Juge Cruel dans un Environnement Cruel? Notes sur le „Musulman cruel“ dans l’Empire byzantine entre VIIème et XIIIème siècles
  • Asko Timonen, Select Bibliography

ISBN 3-90 1094 05 9
Krems 1992 – out of print

Sonderband III = STAMRA Vol. I

Sándor Petényi, Games and Toys in Medieval and Early Modern Hungary

ISBN 3-90 1094 06 7
Krems 1994

Sonderband IV

Elke Schlenkrich, Der Alltag der Lehrlinge im sächsischen Zunfthandwerk des 15. bis 18. Jahrhunderts

ISBN 3-90 1094 07 5
Krems 1995

Sonderband V

Jüri Kivimäe – Juhan Kreem (eds.), Quotidianum Estonicum. Aspects of Daily Life in Medieval Estonia

  • Juhan Kreem, „ultima germanorum & christianorum prouintia“. Outlines of the Image of Livonia on Maps from the Thirteenth of the Middle of the Sixteenth Century
  • Marek Tamm, Les miracles en Livonie et en Estonie à l’époque de la christianisation (fin XIIème – début XIIème siècles)
  • Erik Somelar, Van des keisserlichen Lübischen Rechtes wegen. Circumstances of Criminality in Medieval Reval
  • Tiina Kala, The Church Calendar and Yearly Cycle in the Life of Medieval Reval
  • Mihkel Tammet, Some Aspects of Herbal Medical Treatment on the Example of Medieval Reval
  • Inna Pöltsam, Essen und Trinken in den livländischen Städten im Spätmittelalter
  • Katrin Kukke, Les lois somptuaires de Reval

ISBN 3-90 1094 08 3
Krems 1996

Sonderband VI

James R. Palmitessa, Material Culture and Daily Life in the New City of Prague in the Age of Rudolf II.

ISBN 3-90 1094 09 1
Krems 1997

Sonderband VII

József Laszlovszky (ed.), Tender Meat under the Saddle. Customs of Eating, Drinking and Hospitality among Conquering Hungarians and Nomadic Peoples

  • István Fodor, The Culture of Conquering Hungarians
  • József Laszlovszky, Research Possibilities into the History and Material Culture of Eating, Drinking and Hospitality during the Period of Hungarian Conquest
  • Gábor Vékony, Feasting and Hospitality among Eastern Nomadic Peoples
  • Péter Tomka, Customs of Eating and Hospitality among Nomadic Peoples of the Migration Period
  • Miklós Takács, How Did Conquering Hungarians Prepare and Serve their Food?
  • Ferenc Gyulai, Archaeobotanical Sources in Investigating the Diet of Conquering Hungarians
  • László Bartosiewicz, Mobile Pastoralism and Meat Consumption: an Archaeozoological Perspective

ISBN 3-90 1094 10 5
Krems 1998

Sonderband VIII

Markus Späth, Zisterziensische Klausurarchitektur als Mittel institutioneller Differenzierung. Eine Fallstudie zum Problem der räumlichen Dualität von Konversen und Mönchen am Beispiel der hochmittelalterlichen Klöster in Yorkshire

ISBN 3-90 1094 11 3
Krems 2000

Sonderband IX

Melitta Weiss Adamson, Daz buch von guter spise (The Book of Good Food). A Study, Edition, and English Translation of the Oldest German Cookbook

ISBN 3-90 1094 12 1
Krems 2000 – reprint 2004

Sonderband X

Gertrud Blaschitz (Hg.), Neidhartrezeption in Wort und Bild, mit CD-ROM Neidhartrezeption im Bild

ISBN 3-90 1094 13 X
Krems 2000

Sonderband XI

Detlev Kraack und Peter Lingens, Bibliographie zu historischen Graffiti zwischen Antike und Moderne

ISBN 3-90 1094 14 8
Krems 2001

Sonderband XII = CEU Medievalia, vol. 3

Gerhard Jaritz and Michael Richter, eds., Oral History of the Middle Ages. The Spoken Word in Context

  • Michael Richter, Beyond Goody and Grundmann
  • Tom Pettitt, Textual to Oral: the Impact of Transmission on Narrative Word-Art
  • Elõd Nemerkenyi, Fictive Audience. The Second Person Singular in the Deliberatio of Bishop Gerard of Csanád
  • Katalin Szende, Testaments and Testimonies. Orality and Literacy in Composing Last Wills in Late Medieval Hungary
  • Anna Adamska, The Kingdom of Poland versus the Teutonic Knights: Oral Traditions and Literate Behaviour in the Later Middle Ages
  • Giedre Mickunaite, Ruler, Protector, and a Fairy Prince: the Everlasting Deeds of Grand Duke Vytautas as Related by the Lithuanian Tatars and Karaites
  • Yurij Zazuliak, Oral Tradition, Land Disputes, and the Noble Community in Galician Rus‘ from the 1440s to the 1460s
  • Nada Zecevic, The Importance of the Spoken Word in the Public Affairs of Carlo Tocco (from the Anonymous Chronaca dei Tocco di Cefalonia)
  • John A. Nichols, A Heated Conversation: Who was Isabel de Aubigny, Countess of Arundel?
  • Tracey L. Bilado, Rhetorical Strategies and Legal Arguments: ‘Evil Customs’ and Saint-Florent de Saumur, 979-1011
  • Detlev Kraack, Traces of Orality in Written Contexts. Legal Proceedings and Consultations at the Royal Court as Reflected in Documentary Sources from 12th-Century Germany
  • Maria Dobozy, From Oral Custom to Written Law: The German Sachsenspiegel
  • Martha Keil, Rituals of Repentance and Testimonies at Rabbinical Courts in the 15th Century
  • Michael Goodich, The Use of Direct Quotation from Canonization Hearing to Hagiographical Vita et Miracula
  • Sylvia Schein, Bernard of Clairvaux’s Preaching of the Third Crusade and Orality
  • Michael Brauer, Obstacles to Oral Communication in the Mission of Friar William of Rubruck among the Mongols
  • Elena Lemeneva, From Oral to Written and Back: A Sermon Case Study
  • Albrecht Classen, Travel, Orality, and the Literary Discourse: Travels in the Past and Literary Travels at the Crossroad of the Oral and the Literary
  • Ulrich Müller and Margarete Springeth, ‚Do not Shut Your Eyes if You Will See Musical Notes‘: German Heroic Poetry (‚Nibelungenlied‘), Music, and Performance
  • Jolanta Szpilewska, Evoking Auditory Imagination: On the Poetics of Voice Production in The Story of The Glorious Resurrection of Our Lord (c.1580)
  • Jens T. Wollesen, Spoken Words and Images in Late Medieval Italian Painting
  • Gerhard Jaritz, Images and the Power of the Spoken Word

ISBN 3-90 1094 15 6
Krems and Budapest 2001

Sonderband XIII

Gerhard Jaritz, Svetlana I. Luchitskaya and Judith Rasson, eds., Images in Medieval and Early Modern Culture (Approaches in Russian Historical Research)

  • S. I. Luchitskaya and A. Ya. Gurevich, Introduction: Historians and the Arts – an Interdisciplinary Dialogue
  • S. B. Kulayeva, Symbolic Gestures of Dependence as Part of Medieval Homage Ritual
  • A. I. Khomentovskaya, ‘Del figurare uno che parli infra più persone:’ Towards a Cultural History of Gesture in Italian Renaissance Art
  • I. N. Danilevsky, The Symbolism of Miniatures in the Radziwill Chronicle
  • O. Voskoboinikov, Ars instrumentum regni: the Representation of Frederick II’s Power in the Art of South Italy, 1220 to 1250
  • S. I. Luchitskaya, The Iconography of the Crusades
  • Yu.Ye. Arnautova, Memorial Aspects of St. Gangulf’s Iconography
  • O. V. Dmitriyeva, From Sacral Images to the Image of the Sacred: Elizabethan Visual Propaganda and Its Popular Perception

ISBN 3-90 1094 16 4
Krems 2003

Sonderband XIV

Gerhard Jaritz, Torstein Jørgensen and Kirsi Salonen, eds., The Long Arm of Papal Authority

  • Piroska Nagy, Peripheries in Question in Late Medieval Christendom
  • Kirsi Salonen, The Penitentiary under Pope Pius II. The Supplications and Their Provenance
  • Torstein Jørgensen, At the Edge of the World: The Supplications from the Norwegian Province of Nidaros
  • Kirsi Salonen, The Supplications from the Province of Uppsala. Main Trends and Developments
  • Irene Furneaux, Pre-Reformation Scottish Marriage Cases in the Archives of the Papal Penitentiary
  • Jadranka Neralic, Central Europe and the Late Medieval Papal Chancery
  • Etleva Lala, The Papal Curia and Albania in the Later Middle Ages
  • Piroska Nagy and Kirsi Salonen, East-Central Europe and the Penitentiary (1458-1484)
  • Lucie Doležalová, „But if you marry me“: Reflections on the Hussite Movement in the Penitentiary (1438-1483)
  • Ana Marinkovic, Social and Territorial Endogamy in the Ragusan Republic: Matrimonial Dispenses during the Pontificates of Paul II and Sixtus IV (1464-1484)
  • Gastone Saletnich and Wolfgang Müller, Rodolfo Gonzaga (1452-1495): News on a Celebrity Murder Case
  • Blanka Szeghyová, Church and Secular Courts in Upper Hungary (Fourteenth to Sixteenth Century)
  • Ludwig Schmugge, Penitentiary Documents from Outside the Penitentiary
  • Gerhard Jaritz, Patterns of Periphery?

ISBN 3-90 1094 17 2
Bergen Budapest Krems 2004


Sonderband XV

Herbert Knittler, Bauen in der Kleinstadt. Die Baurechnungen der Stadt Weitra von 1431, 1501-09 und 1526

ISBN 3-90 1094 18 0
Krems 2005

Sonderband XVI

Gerhard Jaritz and Alice Choyke, eds., Animal Diversities

  • Aleksander Pluskowski, Wolves and Sheep in Medieval Semiotics,
    Iconology and Ecology: a Case Study of Multi- and Inter-disciplinary
    Approaches to Human-Animal Relations in the Historical Past
  • Alice M. Choyke, Kyra Lyublyanovics, László Bartosiewicz,
    The Various Voices of Medieval Animal Bones
  • Grzegorz Zabinski, Swine for Pearls? Animals in the Thirteenth-Century Cistercian Houses
    of Henryków and Mogila
  • Krisztina Fügedi, Bohemian Sheep, Hungarian Horses, and Polish Wild Boar: Animals in Twelfth-Century Central European Chronicles
  • Hilary Powell, Walking and Talking with the Animals:
    the Role of Fauna in Anglo-Latin Saints‘ Lives
  • Gerhard Jaritz, Oxen and Hogs, and Monkeys and Parrots:
    Using „Familiar“ and „Unfamiliar“ Fauna in Late Medieval Visual Representation
  • Sarah Wells, A Database of Animals in Medieval Misericords
  • Zsofia Buda, Animals and Gazing at Women: Zoocephalic Figures in the Tripartite Mahzor
  • Taxiarchis G. Kolias, Man and Animals in the Byzantine World
  • Ingrid Matschinegg, (M)edieval (A)nimal (D)atabase: a Project in Progress

ISBN 3-90 1094 19 9
Krems 2005

Sonderband XVII

Robert Büchner, Bauen zum Lobe Gottes und zum Heil der Seele. Der Neubau der St. Johanneskirche zu Lienz im 15. Jahrhundert (mit einer Edition des Rechnungsbuches 1467–1491). Mit einem historischen Abriss von Meinrad Pizzinini

ISBN: 3-90 1094 20 2
Krems 2006

Sonderband XVIII

Juhan Kreem, Sketches of a Clerk. Pen-and-Ink Drawings in the Margins of the Medieval Account Books of Reval (Tallinn)

ISBN: 3-90 1094 21 0
Krems 2006

Sonderband XIX

Kornelia Holzner-Tobisch, Investitionen für die Ewigkeit. Die Seelenheilstiftungen in den letztwilligen Verfügungen der Stadt Korneuburg im 15. Jahrhundert

ISBN: 978-3-901094-22-4
Krems 2007

Sonderband XX

Ariane Westphälinger, Der Mann hinter der Heiligen. Die Beichtväter der Elisabeth von Schönau, der Elisabeth von Thüringen und der Dorothea von Montau

ISBN: 978-3-901094-22-4
Krems 2007

Sonderband XXI

Herbert Knittler, Bauen in der Kleinstadt II. Die Rechnungen über den Bau von Brau- und Schenkhaus (1577-80) sowie Zeughaus (1588-90) in Weitra


ISBN: 978-3-901094-24-78

Krems 2008


Sonderband XXII

Gerhard Jaritz ed., Scandala

  • Lindsay Bryan, From Stumbling Block to Deadly Sin: The Theology of Scandal
  • Elena M. Lemeneva, “Do Not Scandalize Thy Brother:” Scandal as Preached on by Jacobus de Voragine and Other Thirteenth-Century Sermon-Writers
  • Victoria Smirnova, Saint Faith’s Scandalous Miracles: A Quest for Novelty
  • Gerhard Jaritz, Varieties of Scandalum

ISBN: 978-3-901094-25-5
Krems 2008


Sonderband XXIII-XXIV

Wolfgang Westerhoff, Sgraffito in Österreich. Eine Übersicht.


ISBN: 978-3-901094-26-1

Krems 2009


Sonderband XXV


Adriana Vignazia, Die Mariegola der Bäcker von Padua (15. bis 17. Jahrhundert)


ISBN: 978-3-901094-27-X

Krems 2010


Sonderband XXVI


Gerhard Jaritz and Ana Marinković (ed.), Violence and the Medieval Clergy (CEU Medievalia 16)

Krems und Budapest 2011


  • Peter Clarke, The Medieval Clergy and Violence: An Historiographical Introduction


  • Kirsi Salonen, The Apostolic Penitentiary and Violence in the Roman Curia


  • Torstein Jørgensen, “Killings, Unfortunately, Take Place More Often Here than Anywhere Else:” Civil and Clerical Homicide in Late Medieval Norway


  • Etleva Lala, Violence and the Clergy in Late Medieval Albania: with and without the Penitentiary


  • Gerhard Jaritz, The Bread-Knife


  • Gordan Ravančić, Sacred Space, Violence and Public Law in the Cloisters of the Franciscan and Dominican Houses of Dubrovnik


  • Nella Lonza, The Priest Barbius and His Crime before the State and Church Authorities of Medieval Dubrovnik


Sonderband XXVII


Svetlana I. Luchitskaya and Gerhard Jaritz (ed.), Medieval Travel in Russian Research


  • Fedor D. Prokofiev, Peregrinatio in the Ocean: Allegory and Reality in the Navigatio Sancti Brendan


  • Svetlana I. Luchitskaya, Travelling to the Holy Land in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: a Study into the History of Everyday Life


  • Olga I. Togoeva, Travel as a Mission in the Epic of Joan of Arc


ISBN: 978-3-901094-29-6
Krems 2011


Sonderband XXVIII


Suzana Miljan and Gerhard Jaritz (ed.), At the Edge of the Law: Socially Unacceptable and Illegal Behaviour in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period.



  • Damir Karbić, The Thin Border Between Justice and Revenge, Order and Disorder: Vražda (Enmity) and Institutional Violence in Medieval Croatia


  • Marija Karbić, Women on the Wrong Side of the Law. Some Examples from Medieval Urban Settlements of the Sava and Drava Interamnium


  • Sabine Florence Fabijanec, Ludus zardorum:           Moral and Legal Frames of Gambling at the Adriatics in the Middle Ages
  • Gerhard Jaritz, Outer Appearance, Late Medieval Public Space, and the Law
  • Zoran Ladić, Criminal Behaviour by Pilgrims in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period


  • Paul Freedman, Atrocities and Executions of the Peasant Rebel Leaders in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe


  • Lovorka Čoralić, Unacceptable Social Behaviour or False Accusations: Croats in the Investigations of the Venetian
  • Slaven Bertoša, Robbers, Murderers, and Condemned Men in Istria (from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century


ISBN: 978-3-901094-25-5
Krems 2012


Sonderband XXIX


Lucie Doležalová, Obscurity and Memory in Late Medieval Latin Manuscript Culture: The Case of Summarium Biblie.


ISBN: 978-3-901094-31-8
Krems 2012


Sonderband XXX


Lucie Doležalová, Jeff Rider and Alessandro Zironi (ed.), Obscurity in Medieval Texts.

  • Lucie Doležalová, Jeff Rider and Alessandro Zironi, Textual Obscurity in the Middle Ages (Introduction)
  • Florin George Călian, Conditions for Proclus’s Allegorical Reading of Plato’s Parmenides
  • Christiane Veyrard-Cosme, Lucifica nigris tunc nuntio regna figuris. Poétique textuelle de l’obscuritas dans les recueils d’énigmes latines du Haut moyen Age (VIIe-VIIIe s.)
  • Susan Small, Mise en abyme in Marie de France’s „Laüstic“
  • Greti Dinkova-Bruun, Perturbations of the Soul: Alexander of Ashby and Aegidius
  • Carla Piccone, Versus obscuri nella poesia didascalica grammaticale del XIII sec.
  • Alessandro Zironi, Disclosing Secrets: Virgil in Middle High German Poems
  • Hiram Kümper, Obscuritas Legum Traditional Law, Learned Jurisprudence, and Territorial Legislation (The Example of Sachsenspiegel and Ius Municipale Maideburgense)
  • Noel Putnik, To Be Born (Again) from God: Scriptural Obscurity as a Theological Way Out for Cornelius Agrippa
  • Réka Forrai, Obscuritas in Medieval and Humanist Translation Theories
  • Päivi M. Mehtonen, The Darkness Within: First-person Speakers and the Unrepresentable

ISBN 978-3-901094-32-3
Krems 2013


Sonderband XXXI


Lucie Doležalová and Kimberly Rivers (ed.), Medieval Manuscript Miscellanies: Composition, Authorship, Use.

  • Greti Dinkova-Bruun, Medieval Miscellanies and the Case of Manuscript British Library, Cotton Titus D.XX
  • Adam S. Cohen, The Art of Regensburg Miscellanies
  • Eva Nyström, Looking for the Purpose behind a Multitext Book: The Miscellany as a Personal “One-Volume Library”
  • Diana Müller, Non-autonomous Texts: On a Fifteenth-Century German “Gregorius” Manuscript (Constance, City Archive, Ms. A I 1)
  • Siegfried Wenzel, The Appearance of “Artes praedicandi” in Medieval Manuscripts
  • Kimberly Rivers, Creating the Memory of God in a Medieval Miscellany: Melk MS 1075, Jean de Hesdin (fl. 1350–1370), and Late Medieval Monastic Reform
  • Lucie Doležalová , Multiple Copying and the Interpretability of Codex Contents:“Memory Miscellanies” Compiled by Gallus Kemli (1417–1480/1) of St. Gall
  • Alessandro Zironi, An Educational Miscellany in the Carolingian Age: Paris, BNF, lat. 528
  • Stéphane Gioanni , The Constitution and Functions of Collections of Patristic Extracts: The Example of the Eucharistic Controversy (9th–11th centuries)
  • Csaba Németh,Theological Distinctions, Their Collections and Their Effects. The Example of In Abdiam and In Naum
  • Kees Schepers , The Wiesbaden Miscellany. The Deliberate Construction of a Haphazard Collection
  • Dario del Puppo , Recasting Meaning About the World for a Different Age: Italian Medieval Texts in Renaissance Manuscripts
  • Elizabeth Watkins, The Romances of British Library, Cotton Vitellius D.III

ISBN 978-3-901094-33-0
Krems 2013


Sonderband XXXII

Teodora Artimon, From the Twenty-First Century to the Middle Ages: The Mythical (De)Construction of Stephen the Great of Moldavia

ISBN 987-3-901094-34-07
Krems 2016


Sonderband XXXIII

Karl Brunner und Thomas Kühtreiber (Hg.), Adelskultur in der „Provinz“: Das niederösterreichische Tullnerfeld als mittelalterliche Kulturlandschaft (12.-14. Jh.)

  • Karl Brunner, Adeliges Publikum im Kernraum Niederösterreichs im 12. und 13. Jahrhundert
  • Günter Marian, Die Herren von Winkl bis ca. 1325
  • Thomas Kühtreiber, Adelssitze im Tullnerfeld – Eine Spurensuche
  • Josef Voithofer, Die mittelalterlichen Wandmalereien in der Kirche von Winkl, Gemeinde Kirchberg am Wagram: Zusammenfassung eines Restaurationsberichtes
  • Alexandra Hylla, Antike Helden in der hochmittelalterlichen Kleinkunst
  • Astrid Steinegger, La ilaha illa `llah(u)… Es gibt keine Gottheit außer dem einzigen Gott. Ein Riemenverteiler mit pseudo-arabischer Inschrift von der Burgruine Ried am Riederberg


ISBN 978-3-901094-35-4
Krems 2016