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Norman, Diana (2018). Siena and the Angevins (1300-1350): Art, Diplomacy and Dynastic Ambition. Beguinage of Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers.


Norman, Diana (2017). Icona, Immaginis . . . cum Variis Miraculis: Preserving the Memory of the Blessed Andrea Gallerani in Siena. In: Cardarelli, Sandra and Fenelli, Laura eds. Saints, Miracles and the Image: Healing Saints and Miraculous Images in the Renaissance. Beguinage of Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, pp. 53–73.


Norman, Diana (2014). The Sicilian Connection: Imperial Themes in Simone Martini’s St. Louis of Toulouse Altarpiece. Gesta, 53(1) pp. 25–45.


Norman, Diana (2010). Politics and piety: locating Simone Martini's Saint Louis of Toulouse altarpiece. Art History, 33(4) pp. 597–619.

Norman, Diana (2010). Sanctity, kingship and succession: art and dynastic politics in the lower church at Assisi. Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 73 pp. 297–334.


Norman, Diana (2009). The prince and the bishop: A new hypothesis for Tabernacle 35 in Siena’s Pinacoteca Nazionale. Studies in Iconography, 30 pp. 96–125.

Norman, Diana (2009). Cardinal of Naples and Cardinal in Rome: The Patronage of Oliviero Carafa. In: Hollingsworth, Mary and Richardson, Carol M. eds. The Possessions of a Cardinal: Politics, Piety, and Art, 1450-1700. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, pp. 77–91.


Norman, Diana (2008). The chapel of Saint Catherine in San Domenico: A studyof cultural relations between Renaissance Siena and Rome. In: Ascheri, Mario; Mazzoni, Gianni and Nevola, Fabrizio eds. L'ultimo secolo della Repubblica di Siena. Arti, cultura e societàe. Atti del Convegno Internazionale. Siena, Italy: Accademia Senese degli Intronati, pp. 405–419.


Norman, Diana (2007). When Charity fails: Andrea Gallerani and memory of the Misericordia in Siena. In: Stathakopoulos, Dionysios ed. The Kindness of Strangers: Charity in the Pre-Modern Mediterranean. Occasional Publications from the Centre for Hellenic Studies. London: Centre for Hellenic Studies, King's College, pp. 91–118.

Norman, Diana (2007). A case of mistaken identity: Ambrogio Lorenzetti's Saint Dorothy from the Church of Santa Petronilla, Siena. Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 70(3) pp. 297–324.

Norman, Diana (2007). St Anthony Abbot in Sant'Agostino, Montalcino: an Augustinian Image in the Sienese contado. In: Bourdua, Louise and Dunlop, Anne eds. Art and the Augustinian Order in Early Renaissance Italy. Church, Faith and Culture in the Medieval West. Aldershot and Burlington VT: Ashgate, pp. 143–161.


Norman, Diana (2006). 'Sotto uno baldachino trionfale': the ritual significance of the painted canopy in Simone Martini's Maestà. Renaissance Studies, 20(2) pp. 147–160.


Norman, Diana (2005). Sano di Pietro's Assunta polyptych for the Convent of Santa Petronilla in Siena. Renaissance Studies, 19(4) pp. 433–457.


Norman, Diana (2003). Painting in late medieval and Renaissance Siena (1260-1555). New Haven, USA: Yale University Press.


Norman, Diana (2001). A place of pilgrimage: A proposal for the orginal location of the Arca of Saint Cerbone. Papers of the British School at Rome, 69 pp. 191–221.


Norman, Diana (1999). Siena and the Virgin: Art and Politics in a Late-Medieval City State. London and New Haven, USA: Yale University Press.


Englander, David; Norman, Diana; O'Day, Rosemary and Owens, William eds. (1990). Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600: An Anthology of Sources. Oxford, U.K.: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.


Norman, Diana (1989). The patronage of Cardinal Oliviero Carafa 1430-1511. PhD thesis. The Open University. file

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