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A. Downloadable pdfs directly relevant to DocuMult but written and/or published before the start of the project, and not based upon research funded by the ERC

· von Falkenhausen, Jamil & Johns 2016, The Twelfth-century Documents of St. George’s of Tròccoli, Sicily (download)

· Jamil & Johns 2016, A New Latin-Arabic Document from Norman Sicily (November 595 H / 1198 CE) (download)

· Jamil & Johns 2019, The Swansong of the Multilingual Chancery: Obbertus Fallamonacha’s Latin-Arabic Charter of 1242 (download)

· Pasciuta 2016 From Ethnic Law to Town Law: The Customs of the Kingdom of Sicily from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century (download)

· Pasciuta 2018 Ius Regni: multiculturalismo giuridico e modelli di interazione normativa nella Sicilia normanna e sveva (download)

· Pasciuta 2020 La Lectura Peregrina di Andrea da Isernia e la costruzione editoriale degli apparati al Liber Augustalis (download)

· Rognoni 2013, Disposer des hommes dans la Sicile du XIIe siècle. Deux documents inédits (download)

· Rognoni 2016, Πρὸς τὴν ἐργασίαν τῶν καλῶν: Il testamento di un monaco italogreco del San Salvatore di Messina (download)

· Rognoni 2017, Note per uno studio linguistico dei documenti d’archivio italogreci (download)

· Rognoni 2018, Legal language and practice in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Messina: the evidence from Greek private documents (download)


B. Downloadable pdfs based upon research funded by DocuMult*

· Jamil & Johns 2021, Preprint: Four Sicilian documents — three Kalbid and one Norman — from the Qubbat al-Ḫazna in Damascus (download)

· Johns and Jamil 2022, Preprint: The way of the qāḍī: the Banū Raǧāʾ qāḍīs of Norman Sicily (English | Italian)

· Johns 2018 Parchment vs Paper: Countess Adelaide’s bilingual mandate of 1109  (English | Italian)

· Johns 2018 The topsy-turvy world of Norman Sicily (English | Italian)

· Potenza 2022 Due documenti del Tabulario di S. Maria Maddalena di Valle Giosafat: Messina, febbraio 1176  (download)


C. Forthcoming articles based upon research funded by DocuMult*

· Jamil, Johns and Bongianino 2021 Arabic deeds of sale from Norman Sicily (preprint English / Italian: forthcoming 2023)

· Jamil and Johns 2023 Four Arabic documents from Sicily and a poem to old age from the “Damascus Fragments” in Istanbul (preprint English / Italian: forthcoming 2023)

· Rognoni, Vuturo and Johns, Muriella’s Mill: the Greek record of a property dispute settled in the court of Count Roger II of Sicily (1123AD) (English preprint forthcoming Winter 2022/23)


D. Videos of lectures, presentations, seminars etc. based upon research funded by DocuMult*

DocuMult Workshop 1st December 2022. Norman Sicily and Ifrīqiya: Documents, scripts and Islamic law:

· Moez Dridi (Senior Archivist, Qatar National Library), Arabic documents in the library of Kairouan: from the formation of the collection to prospects for study and research (view)
· Nadia Jamil (DocuMult: University of Oxford) The creative repurposing of Mālikī legal formulae in the Arabic documents of Norman Sicily (view)
· Sonia Merli (DocuMult: Università degli Studi di Palermo) “The Treasure of the Holy African Church” revisited (Tabulario della Cappella Palatina, pergamena no. 11: post 1159 A.D.) (view)
· Umberto Bongianino (DocuMult: University of Oxford) The king’s new pen-pushers: revisiting the introduction of dīwānī scripts in the Norman chancery (view)
· Jeremy Johns and Nadia Jamil (DocuMult: University of Oxford) Arabic documents from Ifrīqiya and Sicily (Kalbid and Norman) amongst the “Damascus Fragments” (İstanbul, Türk ve İslam Eserleri Müzesi, Şam Evrakı): a second sondage (view)

· Jamil 2020, Chasing a nickname in 12th-century Palermo, St Benet’s Hall, Oxford (view)

· Jamil 2020, Digging for the North African Roots of the Arabic Documents of Norman Sicily, St Benet’s Hall, Oxford (view)

· Jamil & Johns 2020, Arabic deeds of sale in Christian Sicily, Islamicate Manuscripts & Texts Reading Colloquium, Oriental Studies, Oxford (view)

· Johns 2020, Three Arabic Documents from Kalbid Sicily, 4th Workshop on the Structure of Arabic Documents (7th to 16th Centuries), Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München (view)

· Jamil 2020, Structure and particularities of the Arabic deeds of sale from Norman Sicily: North Africa in the mix, 4th Workshop on the Structure of Arabic Documents (7th to 16th Centuries), Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München (view)

· Johns 2023, Islamic Law in Norman Sicily, Law in Societies Research Cluster Public Lecture, Wolfson College, Oxford (view)

· Potenza 2023, The administration of the Greek population in the Greek documents of the Archivio Capitolare di Patti (view)

· Johns & Potenza 2023, The Latin register of Greeks and Saracens in the Archivio Capitolare di Patti (view)


* Documenting Multiculturalism: coexistence, law and multiculturalism in the administrative and legal documents of Norman and Hohenstaufen Sicily, c.1060–c.1266 (DocuMult),, a European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement no. 787342), and hosted by the University of Oxford, with the collaboration of the Università degli Studi di Palermo. The following articles reflect only the authors’ views and the ERC is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information they contains.

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This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement no. 787342).