Publications

(last updated on 17-05-2020)

1. Books

Notam superponere studui: the use of annotation symbols in the early Middle Ages, Bibliologia 52. Turnhout, 2019.

2. Peer-reviewed journal publications and digital peer-reviewed articles

Chicago, Newberry Library, Masi Fragm. 14 and the fate of the Theodulf Bible in the long ninth century’, Quaerendo 49 (2019), 119-134.

The rise of the quotation sign in the Latin West and the changing modes of reading between the sixth and the ninth centuriesScriptorium 72:2 (2018), 123-166.

The List De notis sententiarum in the Liber Glossarum’. Journal of Medieval Latin 26 (2016), 315-362.

Psalmos, notas, cantus: the meanings of nota in the Carolingian period’. Speculum 90:2 (2015), 424-457.

Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 6298: A new witness of the biblical commentaries from the Canterbury school’. Anglo-Saxon England 43 (2014): 45-55.

Jews and Christ Interchanged: Discursive Strategies in the Passio Iudeorum Pragensium’. Graeco-Latina Brunensia 17 (2012): 73-86.

‘A Fragment of a Ninth-Century Liturgical Book in the Holdings of Utrecht University Library’. Codices Manuscripti 82/83 (2012): 1-11.

3. Contributions to edited volumes

with Irene van Renswoude. ‘The Annotated Gottschalk: Critical Signs and Control of Heterodoxy in the Carolingian Age’, in La controverse carolingienne sur la prédestination. Histoire, textes, manuscrits, edited by Pierre Chambert-Protat, Jérémy Delmulle, Warren Pezé and Jeremy C. Thompson, Haut Moyen Âge 32. Turnhout, 2018, 249-78.

Technical signs in Early Manuscripts Copied in Irish Minuscule’, in The Annotated Book in the Early Middle Ages: Practices of Reading and Writing, edited by Mariken Teeuwen and Irene van Renswoude, Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 38. Turnhout, 2017, 37-85.

Passio Iudeorum Pragensium: Tatsachen und Fiktionen über das Pogrom im Jahr 1389’, in Avigdor, Benesch, Gitl“ – Juden in Böhmen, Mähren und Schlesien im Mittelalter. Samuel Steinherz (1857 Güssing – 1942 Theresienstadt) zum Gedenken, edited by Helmut Teufel, Pavel Kocman and Milan Řepa. Prague – Essen – Brunn, 2016, 159-86.

The Prehistory of the Latin Acts of Peter (BHL 6663) and the Latin Acts of Paul (BHL 6575): Some observations about the Development of the Virtutes Apostolorum’, in The Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles in Latin Christianity. Proceedings of the First International Summer School on Christian Apocryphal Literature, Strasbourg 2012. Turnhout, 2014, 69-83.

with Olivia Adankpo and Damian Labadie. ‘Codices and early printed editions preserved at Strasbourg’, in The Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles in Latin Christianity. Proceedings of the First International Summer School on Christian Apocryphal Literature, Strasbourg 2012. Turnhout, 2014, 117-125.

‘“All that suffering”: Hebrew narratives about the Prague Easter massacre of 1389 and their interaction with Latin material’, in Knaanic Language: Structure and Historical Background. Proceedings of a conference held in Prague on October 25-26, 2012, edited by Ondřej Bláha, Robert Dittmann and Lenka Uličná. Prague, 2013, 241-68.

4. Databases

with Mariken Teeuwen and Irene van Renswoude. Marginal Scholarship, Huygens ING, KNAW, 2016. https://www.marginalscholarship.nl/.

5. Reviews

Review of: Dalibor Havel, Počátky latinské písemné kultury v českých zemích. Nejstarší latinské rukopisy a zlomky v Čechách a na Moravě’. Fragmentology 2 (2019): 191–195.

 ‘Book Review: Scriptorium. Wesen – Funktion – Eigenheiten. Edited by Andreas Nievergelt, Rudolf Gamper, Marina Bernasconi Reusser, Birgit Ebersperger, and Ernst Tremp. Munich: Beck, 2015’. Early Medieval Europe 26:2 (2018): 244-247.

Ambiciózna ale nevyvážená príručka stredovekej latinskej literatúry’ [review of Claudio Leonardi (ed.), Medieval Latin Literature]. Česká literatura 65:3 (2017): 429-35.

with Ivan Flis and Paul Wouters. ‘Digital humanities are a two-way street’. Isis 107:2 (2016): 346-48.

Book Review: Georges Declercq (ed.), Early Medieval Palimpsests, Bibliologia 26 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007)’. Networks and Neighbours 2:2 (2014): 397-400.

Book Review: Maddalena Betti, The Making of Christian Moravia (858-882): Papal Power and Political Reality (Leiden: Brill, 2014)’. Networks and Neighbours 2:1 (2014): 128-30.

6. Translations

with Martin Odler. ‘Leidenský manifest’, HistoryWeb.sk, 01-12-2016 [translated from Diana Hicks, Ludo Waltman, Sarah de Rijcke, and Ismael Rafols. ‘Leiden Manifesto for Research Metrics’].

7. Published with HistoryWeb

Why did the plague doctors wear a bird mask?’ [Prečo nosili moroví doktori masku so zobákom?], HistoryWeb.sk, 11-05-2020.

Were epidemics a cause of the Fall of the Roman empire?’ [Mohli Rímsku ríšu rozvrátiť epidémie?], HistoryWeb.sk, 23-03-2020.

Branislav Kovár, Jakub Drábik (eds.). História pre zaneprázdnených. Dejiny od lovcov mamutov po atómový vek. Bratislava, 2019 [five of the articles published with the HistoryWeb have been adapted and reprinted in this volume].

Was one of the most mysterious medieval codes broken?’ [Podarilo sa prelomiť jednu z najzáhadnejších šifier stredoveku?], HistoryWeb.sk, 21-05-2019.

Witch hunt as a marketing strategy of Churches’ [Hon na čarodejnice bol marketingom cirkví], HistoryWeb.sk, 08-10-2018.

The oldest world library gave up its secrets’ [Najstaršia knižnica na svete vydala svoje tajomstvá], HistoryWeb.sk, 18-07-2018.

When the saints performed abortions’ [Keď svätci vykonávali interrupcie], HistoryWeb.sk, 30-05-2018.

The cause of the Fall of the Roman Empire may have been Ebola’s cousin’ [Rímsku ríšu mohol zničiť bratranec eboly], HistoryWeb.sk, 09-01-2018.

Who was the first to use a zero?’ [Kedy sa začala používať nula?], HistoryWeb.sk, 16-10-2017.

The Babylonians surpassed the Greeks by 1 500 years’ [Babylončania predbehli Grékov o 1500 rokov], HistoryWeb.sk, 11-09-2017.

He was burned at stake, but his secret diary survived’ [Upálila ho inkvizícia, no jeho tajný denník prežil], HistoryWeb.sk, 03-07-2017.

Thank you for chickens and peaches!’ [Komu vďačíme za broskyne a kurence?], HistoryWeb.sk, 05-04-2017.

Matthias Corvinus and Bratislava’ [Bratislavské stopy Mateja Korvína], HistoryWeb.sk, 04-01-2017.

Chinese in Roman Britain and Persians in Medieval Japan’ [Číňania v rímskej Británii a Peržan v Japonsku], HistoryWeb.sk, 23-12-2016.

Three mathematical puzzles from the early Middle Ages’ [Tri matematické hádanky z včasného stredoveku], HistoryWeb.sk, 19-10-2016.

London will have to rewrite its history’ [Londýn bude musieť prepísať svoje dejiny], HistoryWeb.sk, 03-06-2016.

Assyriologist found the oldest collection of recipes’ [Asýriológ našiel najstaršiu zbierku receptov], HistoryWeb.sk, 09-05-2016.

The Paris attack does not resemble the sack of Rome’ [Útok v Paríži sa nepodobá vyplieneniu Ríma], HistoryWeb.sk, 19-11-2015.

Will the Great Pyramid give away its secrets?’ [Môžeme odhaliť tajomstvo Veľkej pyramídy?], HistoryWeb.sk, 11-10-2015.

The man who understood Aristotle’ [Muž, čo pochopil Aristotela], HistoryWeb.sk, 23-07-2015.

How to measure time without a sundial?’ [Ako merať čas bez slnečných hodín?], HistoryWeb.sk, 05-06-2015.

Who built Hagia Sophia?’ [Kto postavil Hagiu Sofiu?], HistoryWeb.sk, 27-05-2015.

Did medieval monks adopt children?’ [Adoptovali deti v stredoveku aj mnísi?], HistoryWeb.sk, 26-03-2015.

Top five discoveries in historical collections in 2014’ [Top 5 objavov v historických kolekciách v roku 2014], HistoryWeb.sk, 21-01-2015.

8. Published with Mittelalter.org

The Most Common Annotation Symbols in Early Medieval Western Manuscripts (a cheat sheet)’, Mittelalter: Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, 19-07-2019.

Innovating Knowledge: Isidore’s Etymologiae in the Carolingian Period’, Mittelalter: Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, 24-01-2019.

Carolingian Critters IV: Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, BPL 67F’. Mittelalter: Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, 30-01-2014.

Carolingian Critters III: Munich, BSB Clm 6253’. Mittelalter: Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, 20-06-2013.

Carolingian Critters II: Leiden, Voss. Lat. F 113’. Mittelalter: Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, 22-02-2013.

Carolingian Critters: Munich, Clm 6298’. Mittelalter: Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, 16-01-2013.

Notam superponere studui: the use of technical signs in the Carolingian period’, Mittelalter: Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, 29-09-2014.

9. Other publications: non-peer-reviewed and scientific communication

Tattooed medieval pilgrims’ [Tetovaní stredovekí pútnici], Týžden, 05-08-2018.

Of Manuscripts and Monks’, Littera Carolina, 30-03-2017.

Myths about the scientific revolution: the common mistakes we make when we consider the rise of heliocentrism’ [Mýty o vedeckej revolúcii: Chybné predstavy o víťazstve heliocentrizmu], In Vivo, 18-08-2016.

Notam superponere studui: the art of using symbols (rather than words) to annotate text’, published on the website of Huygens ING, 30-06-2016.

Marginal Signs: Central for Understanding Early Medieval Thinkers’. Shells and Pebbles: Interesting Finds on the Shores of the History of Science, 14-04-2015.

Vzdelanie ako odpoveď: prenasledovanie bahájov v Iráne a Bahájsky inštitút vyššieho vzdelania’ [Education as an Answer: the Persecution of Bahá’ís in Iran and the Bahai Institute of Higher Education], Dingir 17:4 (2014), 126.

Asterix and Obelix on a visit to the Middle Ages’, Voices from the Edge, 05-09-2014.

Snakes and Ladders’, Voices from the Edge, 10-05-2014.

with Marc van Hasselt, Marjolein de Lege, Joyce Opdenoordt, Tom de Schepper, and Alice Spruit. ‘Breviarium (fragmenten)‘. At Digital Special Collections, Utrecht University.

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