- Title Pages
- 1 The legend is born: early Greek, Latin, and insular versions
- 2 Thirteenth-century anonymous Margaret poems and their later redactions
- 3 <i>Sanctae Margaretae, virginis et martyris</i>: Latin texts of the later Middle Ages and their derivatives
- 4 The St Margaret of the preachers
- 5 St Margaret on the stage
- 6 East Anglian Margarets: Lydgate, Bokenham, and the Harley 4012 compiler
- 7 A prose life of St Margaret in Bodleian MS Eng. th. e. 18
- 8 Evidence for the cult of St Margaret in late medieval England
- 9 Virginity, sexuality, and temptation
- 10 Done to death: the torture of St Margaret in historical perspective
- 11 The significance of the demonic episode in the legend of St Margaret
- 12 Iconography of St Margaret
- Epilogue St Margaret’s afterlife
- Appendix 1 Medieval lives of St Margaret
- Appendix 2 Examples of the images of St Margaret in different media
- Appendix 3 Descriptions of the dragon and demon in different versions of the life of St Margaret, and the appearance of the dragon in artistic representations
- Appendix 4 Pictorial cycles of the life of St Margaret, English and Continental
The Cult of St Margaret of Antioch in Medieval England
- A Maid with a Dragon
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