• Adrian Ailes, ‘The Attributed Arms of Charlemagne, 1200–1500’.
  • Philip E. Bennett, ‘Translating Charlemagne: the Insular French Experience’
  • Albrecht Classen, ‘The Myth of Charlemagne: From the Early Middle Ages to the Late Sixteenth Century’



  • Dagmar Paulus, ‘From Charlemagne to Hitler: The Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire and its Symbolism’



  • Marianne Ailes and Phillipa Hardman, ‘Reading Charlemagne in England’
  • Laura Morreale, ‘Reading Charlemagne in Outremer’



  • James Hawkey, ‘Charlemagne in the Andorran Public Space: Cultural Heritage, Commodification and the maintenance of Social Order’


Coming soon:

  • James Doherty, ‘Ranulf of Chester and the Nottingham Chanson d’Aspremont’
  • Nicholas Paul, ‘A Translation of Geoffrey of Vigeois’s Prologue to the Pseudo-Turpin’