Bibliography B: modern books or articles referred to in the notes

A huge number of secondary (or modern) sources have been consulted in the writing of this history.  They are arranged in sections by subject as follows:

Illuminist and pantheist heresy

1. Mysticism                                                  

2. Histories of illuminist mysticism   

3. Amaury and the Amalricians                   

4. David de Dinant               

5. Later medieval illuminist heresies

6. The Mirror of Simple Souls.

11th and 12th-century heresy and local history

7. Medieval heresy in general                      

8. Chronicles and translated texts

9. Heresy in the central Middle Ages          

10. Eleventh-century heresies

11. Early twelfth-century heresies                 

12. Later 12th-century Frankish heresies

13. The Waldensians                                      

14. Local history: the Paris region.

15. Paris                                                        

16. Corbeil

17. Dioceses of Chartres and Orléans            

18. Picardie & l’Artois

19. Champagne                                              

20. The Langres & Nevers regions.

Dualist influences

21. Dualist heresy                                          

22. The Paulicians

23. The Bogomils                                           

24. 11th & 12th-century Byzantium

25. Bogomil-Cathar contacts                         

26. Early Catharism in Languedoc

27. Cathars in contemporary accounts           

28. The Cathar Council of Saint-Félix

29. Cathar doctrine and general history.         

New Theology and early Cistercians

30. The New Theology

31. Forerunners of the Cistercians                 

32. The early history of Cîteaux

33. Robert de Molesme & Stephen Harding

34. The Cistercian order

35. Bernard de Clairvaux’s life                      

36. Bernard’s translated works

37. Studies of Bernard’s work                       

38. Guerric’s life and works

39. Studies of Guerric’s work                        

40. Isaac de l’Etoile: life and works

41. Studies of Isaac’s work                           

42. Adam de Perseigne

43. Garnier, Geoffroy and Caesarius.

Joachim and prophecy

44. Schemes & prophecies of history

45. The Abbot Joachim                                  

46. The Liber Figurarum

47. Joachim’s influence.             

Background studies

48. Medieval Church background

49. Papal and Italian background                  

50. The French background

51. Philippe-Auguste & Louis VIII.               

Medieval thought from Eriugena to Alain de Lille

52. Medieval philosophy

53. Eriugena: life and work                           

54. Studies of Eriugena’s work

55. Eriugena’s influence                                

56. Honorius Augustudunensis

57. The school of St. Victor                           

58. Twelfth-century schools

59. The ‘school of Chartres’                          

60. Platonism in the ‘Chartres school’

61. Thierry and Clarembaldus                        

62. Guillaume de Conches

63. Bernardus Silvestris                                 

64. Platonism and Hermeticism

65. Alain de Lille.

Towards Latin Avicennism                             

66. Early 13th-century Paris masters.

67. Scholastic contacts in Spain                     

68. 12th-century translations into Latin

69. Translations of Avicenna                         

70. The translators

71. Dominicus Gundissalinus                        

72. Latin Avicennism

73. Anonymous Latin Avicennist works       

74. The problem of Mauricius Hyspanus

75. The Liber de Causis.

Speculative mysticism in Islam                                

76. Islam: historical background

77. Sufism: history and doctrine                    

78. Individual 9th & 10th-century Sufis

79. Early Sufi writings                                   

80. Particular aspects of Sufism

81. Islamic philosophy                                   

82. The Brethren of Purity

83. Translations from their Rasā’il                 

84. Studies of the Rasā’il

85. Ismā‘īlī history                                         

86. Ismā‘īlī doctrines

87. Ibn Sīnā                                                    

88. Ibn Sīnā’s translated works

89. Studies of Ibn Sīnā’s ideas                      

90. al-Ghazālī.

Speculative mysticism in the Andalus

91. The Andalus                                             

92. Muslim Avicennists in the Andalus

93. Sufism in western Islam                           

94. Sephardic Jewry

95. Medieval Jewish philosophy                    

96. Jewish eschatology and mysticism

97. Solomon ibn Gabirol                                

98. Bahya ibn Paqūda and others

99. Abraham bar Hayya                               

100. Abraham ibn Ezra.

Alchemy etc.

101. General studies of alchemy                  

102. Islamic alchemy: translations

103. Early medieval Islamic alchemy          

104. Jābir ibn Hayyān

105. Alchemy in the Andalus                      

106. Early Latin alchemy

107. The Emerald Table                              

108. Liber de Compositione Alchymiae

109. The Turba Philosophorum                    

110. Chrétien de Troyes

111. Reference works.


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