Contents of Series 3 of The Coat of Arms 2005-2017

2005  Volume 1 , Part 1,  no 209

Articles

Heraldry and the medieval gentlewoman. By Maurice Keen (pp. 1-8, with plates 1 and 2).

John Dee’s crest, and arms in his ‘Mathematical Preface’. By Alistair Kwan (pp. 9-13, with plate 3).

Signets and scutcheons: James I and the union of the crowns. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 15-21, with plate 4).

The heraldic legacy of Sir Isaac Heard. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 23-36, with plates 5 and 6).

A confusion of arms: the shield of the Worshipful Company of Brewers of the City of London. By Terence Paul Smith (pp. 37-46, with plate 7).

The heraldic funeral. By Julian Litten (pp. 47-67, with plate 8).

Book review

Rabbow, Neues braunschweigisches Wappenbuch. By J. Michael Phillips (p. 68).

Note

The foundation of the Court of Chivalry. By John Campbell-Kease (pp. 69-70).

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2005  Volume 1, Part 2,  no 210

 Articles

Tudor enigmas. By Peter Gwynn-Jones (pp. 73-104, with plates 1 and 2).

A gift from Robert Glover: BL Ms Egerton 3789, fo. 25r-32r. By Douglas Arden (pp. 105-16).

Kinship and heraldry in 16th-century South Tyrol. By Gustav Pfeifer (pp. 117-43, with plates 3, 4, 5 and 6).

Heraldic jurisdiction in the Commonwealth. By Noel Cox (pp. 145-62).

Review articles

Editing rolls of arms: some reflections on basic principles (Fécamp, La visitation du Pays de Caux, and McAndrew, The Balliol Roll). By John A. Goodall (pp. 163-6, with plate 7).

Heralds in the new DNB (part I). By Jackson W. Armstrong (pp. 167-72).

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2006    Volume 2, Part 1,  no 211

Memoir and bibliography

John Archibald Goodall, FSA (1930-2005) (pp. 1-10, with plate 3).

Articles

The English in the Golden Fleece group of armorials. By Steen Clemmensen (pp. 11-44).

The matula in heraldry: the grant of arms to Lewis Caerlion. By Paul A. Dreschnack (pp. 45-8, with plate 1).

The Bridgeman Tomb, St Laurence’s, Ludlow. By Janet Verasanso (pp. 49-54, with plate 2).

Review article

Gentry at the centre: The Visitation of London begun in 1687. By Jacob Field (pp. 55-60).

Reviews

Hye, Wappen in Tirol. By Michael Göbl (pp. 61-3).

Lautens, Noble Hearts: the Order of St Joachim. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 63-5).

The Cambridge Illuminations. By Timothy Noad (pp. 65-8).

Lions rampant: an Arundel Castle study day. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 68-70).

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2006 Volume 2, Part 2,  no 212

Note and bibliography

John Philip Brooke-Little, CVO, MA, FHS (1927-2006) (pp. 1-10, with plate 3) (pp. 77-81).

Articles

The martyrdom of Edmund Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel (1285-1326). By Michael Burtscher (pp. 83-96, with plates 1 and 2).

Fourteenth-century ordinaries of arms, part 1: Thomas Jenyns’ Book. By Paul A. Fox (pp. 97-102).

Letters patent appointing Edward Pike Deputy Herald for Devon, 1688. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 103-6, with plate 3).

Heralds at the Delhi Durbars. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 107-24, with plate 4).

Shorter notes

The English in the Golden Fleece group of armorials. By Paul A. Fox (p. 125).

Response by Steen Clemmensen (p. 126).

A silver armorial seal die found near Newark. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 127-30, with plate 5).

Review article

Heralds in the new DNB (Part II). By David Gelber (pp. 131-8).

Reviews

Sutton and Visser-Fuchs, Royal Funerals of the House of York at Windsor. By Michael Hicks (pp. 139-41).

Mansell, Dressed for Success. By Thomas Woodcock (p. 141).

Degli Uberti and Pinotti, Storia del diritto nobiliare italiano vol. 1. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 142-3).

Additional notes

John Brooke-Little and the College of Arms Conservation Department. By Robert Yorke (p. 145).

The Conservation Department today. By Christopher Harvey (pp. 146-7).

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2007    Volume 3    Part 1    no 213

Bibliography

John Brooke-Little (part 2) (pp. 1-8).

Articles

Argent a cross Gules. The origins and English use of the arms of Saint George. By Jonathan Good (pp. 9-18).

The ‘dragon-and-pearl’ motif on a medieval armorial roundel from Norfolk. By Steven Ashley (pp. 19-23, with plate 1).

Sir Henry Spelman investigates. By Richard Cust (pp. 25-34, with plates 2 and 3).

Death, commemoration and the heraldic funeral in Tudor and Stuart Cheshire and Lancashire. Part I. By Wendy Walters-Di Traglia (pp. 35-54, with plates 4 and 5).

‘Ornamental for closet or house’: printed catalogues of the arms of London livery companies. By Ian Anders Gadd (pp. 55-66, with plate 6).

Shorter note

Thomas Jenyns’ book and its precursors. By Steen Clemmensen (pp. 67-8).

Response by Paul A. Fox (p. 68).

Congress review

XXVII International Congress of Heraldic and Genealogical Sciences. By George Lucki (pp. 69-74).

Exhibition review

Good Impressions (the British Museum). By Paul A. Fox (pp. 75-6).

Book reviews

Sainty and Heydel-Mankoo (edd.), World Orders of Knighthood and Merit. By Michael Powell (pp. 77-9).

Strong, Coronation. By Dale Hoak (pp. 79-80).

Groom, The Union Jack. By Dominick Donald (pp. 81-2).

Robinson, Grass Seed in June. By Alastair Langlands (pp. 82-3).

Malden and Malden (edd.), The Dunvegan Armorial. By Jackson W. Armstrong (pp. 83-5).

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2007   Volume  3   Part 2   no 214

Articles

A medieval armorial scabbard from Norfolk Street, King’s Lynn. By Steven Ashley (pp. 87-93).

The missing earl: Richard Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, and the Order of the Garter. By Michael Burtscher (pp. 93-101).

Death, commemoration and the heraldic funeral in Tudor and Stuart Cheshire and Lancashire. Part II. By Wendy Walters-Di Traglia (pp. 103-16, with plates 1 and 2).

‘Hark, what discord’: precedency among the early-Stuart gentry. By David Gelber (pp. 117-44).

Grants of arms in the early eighteenth century. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 145-58, with plates 3 and 4).

Shorter notes

The silver seal of Robert Fitzwalter, died 1235. By John Cherry (p. 159, with plate 5).

The Evelyn arms on a cistern? By Anton C. Zeven and Robert A. Laing of Colington (pp. 159-62, with plate 6).

Book reviews

Galloway, The Order of the Bath. By Andrew Hanham (pp. 163-6).

Carne, Curiously Painted. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 167-8).

Exhibition reviews

Timeless & Classic (at the Royal College of Art). By C. J. Jay (pp. 169-70).

Making the Act of Union 1707 (at the House of Lords). By Timothy Duke (pp. 170-1).

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2008   Volume 4   Part 1   no 215

Articles

An unrecognized Lindsay quarter. By Bruce McAndrew (pp. 1-6).

Some external insignia of office for dignitaries of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, Cyprus, Rhodes and Malta. By John Joseph Fitzpatrick Kennedy (pp. 7-15, with plate 1).

The cross of St George and the Banner of the Ressurection. By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 17-19).

The medieval origins of the British system of cadency. By Paul A. Fox (pp. 21-8, with plates 2 and 3).

Partridges: the history of a prohibition. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 29-62, with plates 4 and 5).

Shorter notes

Conyngham-Heard-Phillipps pedigrees. By Nigel Ramsay (pp. 63-4, with plate 6).

Arms on a seventeenth-century cistern. By E. J. Redshaw (pp. 64-5, with plate 7).

Bibliography

Heraldry beyond the heraldic journals 2000-2005 (pp. 67-78).

Book reviews

Siddons, The Development of Welsh Heraldry IV. By J. Beverley Smith (pp. 79-81).

Munby, Barber and Brown (edd.), Edward III’s Round Table at Windsor. By Michael Hicks (pp. 81-4).

McAndrew, Scotland’s Historic Heraldry. By Jackson W. Armstrong (pp. 84-7).

Cust and Hopper (edd.), Cases in the High Court of Chivalry 1634-1640. By Stephen K. Roberts (pp. 87-9).

Swan, A King from Canada. By Ambrogio Caiani (pp. 89-91).

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2008  Volume 4   Part 2  no 216 

Articles

A wyvern on a twelfth-century armorial weight from Norfolk. By Steven Ashley (pp. 93-9, with plate 1).

Regency knights: the Royal Guelphic Order, 1815-1837. By Andrew Hanham (pp. 101-24, with plates 2 and 3).

Queen Victoria’s Jubilee processions and the heralds, 1887 and 1897. By Duncan Green (pp. 125-36, with plates 4 and 5).

The reception of England’s armorial law into Canada. By C. S. T. Mackie (pp. 137-53).

Shorter notes

The new reverse designs for the U.K. definitive coinage. By Barrie Cook (pp. 155-9, with plate 6).

The origins of the label and the maunch. By Paul A. Fox (pp. 159-60).

Book reviews

Radulescu and Truelove (edd.), Gentry Culture in late Medieval England. By Adrian Ailes (p. 161).

Titterton, The Grisaille and Heraldic Glass in the Chancel at Norbury, Derbyshire. By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 162).

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2009    Volume 5   Part 1   no 217

Articles

Lions charged with a cross potent: Central Asian ‘shoulder ornament’ on a twelfth-century buckle plate from Norfolk. By Steven Ashley (pp. 1-6, with plates 1 and 2).

The development of the Visitations. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 7-23).

The laws of arms of the provinces of Canada. By C. S. T. Mackie (pp. 25-38).

Review article

Heralds in the new DNB: part III. By C. J. Jay (pp. 39-43).

Gallery review

The Paul and Jill Ruddock Gallery of Medieval Europe (British Museum). By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 45-7).

Congress review

XXVIII International Congress of Heraldic and Genealogical Sciences. By Fergus Gillespie (pp. 49-50).

Book reviews

Lavers, The Natural History of Unicorns. By John Cherry (pp. 51-2).

Minima Heraldica 1 and 2. By Clive Cheesman (p. 52).

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2009   Volume  5   Part 2   no 218

Articles

Fourteenth-century ordinaries of arms. Part 2: William Jenyns’ Ordinary. By Paul A. Fox (pp. 55-64, with plates 1 and 2).

American guild arms in the Constitutional Processions of 1788. By Joseph McMillan (pp. 65-79, with plates 3 and 4).

Survey article

Internet heraldry: advantages, shortcomings and unused potential. By Jack Carlson (pp. 81-92).

Reviews

Magnificence of the Tsars (V&A Museum), with Amelekhina and Levykin (edd.), Magnificence of the Tsars. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 93-5).

Karl der Kühne/Charles the Bold (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna), with Marti et al. (edd.), Splendour of the Burgundian Court. By Michael Göbl (pp. 95-7, with Plate 5a).

Coss and Tyerman (edd.), Soldiers, Nobles and Gentlemen. By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 97-8).

Project reports

Seals in Medieval Wales (Aberystwyth University and the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies). By Elizabeth New (pp. 99-100).

Corporate grants of arms since 1673 (the College of Arms with support from Brand Finance plc). By Clive Cheesman (pp. 100-8, with Plate 5b).

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2010  Volume 6   Part 1   no 219

Articles

Representations of courtship and marriage in the Salisbury Rolls. By Susan Crane (pp. 1-15, with plates 1, 2 and 3).

Visitation instructions 1634. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 17-22).

The Hearth Tax and the pre-Great Fire home of the heralds. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 23-5).

The armorial plaques in the Royal Salop Infirmary. By Janet Verasanso (pp. 27-35, with plate 4).

Book reviews

Stevenson (ed.), The Herald in Late Medieval Europe. By Emma Cavell (pp. 37-9).

Good, The Cult of St George in Medieval England. By Cindy Wood (pp. 39-41).

Herendeen, William Camden: a life in context. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 41-2).

Popoff, Toscane (hors Florence). By Clive Cheesman (pp. 42-4).

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2010  Volume  6  Part 2   no 220

Articles

The court of Henry II of England in the 1180s, and the office of King of Arms. By David Crouch (pp. 47-55).

Petticoat heraldry. By Bruce McAndrew (pp. 57-64, with plates 1 and 2).

Some aspects of the ‘crisis of heraldry’. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 65-80, with plates 3 and 4).

Municipal heraldry in Fascist Italy: the case of the Bozen civic arms (1926-1943). By Gustav Pfeifer (pp. 81-100, with plates 5, 6 and 7).

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2011   Volume 7   Part 1    no 221

Articles

Five medieval sword pommels from Norfolk. By Steven Ashley (pp. 1-7, with plate 1).

Reynard in seals and heraldry. By John A. Goodall (pp. 8-10, with plate 2).

Signs, seals and symbols of imperial power 1600-1960: a view from H.M. Government. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 11-24, with plates 3-8).

Book reviews

Saul, English Church Monuments in the Middle Ages. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 25-7).

Nash, Of Irish Descent. By Sinead McEneaney (pp. 27-30).

De Minvielle-Devaux, The Laws of Arms in England, France & Scotland. By C. S. T. Mackie (pp. 30-2).

Bibliography

Heraldry beyond the heraldic journals, part two: 2006-10 (pp. 33-43).

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2011   Volume 7   Part 2  no 222

Articles

A further example of Central Asian ‘shoulder ornament’ on a proto-heraldic lion from Thetford. By Steven Ashley (pp. 45-8, with plate 1).

The right to possession of a grant of arms: United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and Commonwealth countries. By Richard d’Apice (pp. 49-56, with plate 2).

The arms of the Queen on the Bench: constitutional confusion over heraldic display in British Columbian courtrooms. By C. S. T. Mackie (pp. 57-80, with plate 3).

Commentary

British Airways’ unbreakable promise. By Andrew Marsden (pp. 81-4, with plates 4 and 5).

Shorter note

The arms of Mure. By Dirk FitzHugh (pp. 85-6).

Book review

Woodcock and Flower (edd.), DBA 3. By Steven Ashley (p. 87).

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2012   Volume 8   Part 1  no 223

Article

‘Incipient Armory’ in the Bayeux Tapestry? By Michael J. Lewis (pp. 1-26, with plates 1-6).

Case note

Names and arms clauses. Howard v Howard-Lawson. By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 27-32).

Research project

Jewellery and men in Tudor and Jacobean England. By Natasha Awais-Dean (pp. 33-8).

Book reviews

Siddons, Heraldic Badges in England and Wales. By Robert W. Jones (pp. 39-41).

Sax, City of Ravens. By Tom O’Donnell (pp. 41-3)

Wiggins and Field (edd.), Guy of Warwick. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 43-4).

Almanach de Gotha 2012, i. By J. H. C. Williams (pp. 45-6).

Recent items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Treasure Act and the Portable Antiquities Scheme (pp. 47-52).

Conferences, lectures, websites and podcasts (pp. 53-7).

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2012  Volume 8   Part 2   no 224

Articles

Crusading families and the spread of heraldry. By Paul A. Fox (pp. 59-84).

The precedence of the Earldom of Devon 1335-1485. By Michael Hicks (pp. 85-90).

The Maryland name and arms acts: heraldic law in the United States. By Joseph McMillan (pp. 91-116, with plates 1 and 2).

Review articele

Modish monsters. By Laurent Ferri (pp. 117-22).

Book review

Simpkin, The English Aristocracy at War, from the Welsh Wars of Edward I to the Battle of Bannockburn. By Nigel Ramsay (pp. 123-4).

Recent items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Treasure Act and the Portable Antiquities Scheme (pp. 125-9).

Conferences, lectures, websites and podcasts (pp. 131-40).

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2013   Volume 9   Part 1   no 225

Articles

Silent ambassadors of the State: symbols of national identity on the Great Seals and coins of the United Kingdom. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 1-22, with plates 1-6).

A Wrottesley hatchment recovered. By Joseph J. Gwara and Philip A. Hayden (pp. 23-46, with plates 7 and 8).

Book reviews

Jones, Bloodied Banners. By Michael J. Lewis (pp. 47-9).

Barber, Edward III and the Triumph of England. By Michael Hicks (pp. 49-50).

Broadway, William Dugdale. By Lynsey Darby (pp. 50-52).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Treasure Act and Portable Antiquities Scheme (pp. 53-6).

Conferences, lectures, websites and podcasts (pp. 57-66).

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2013  Volume 9  Part 2   no 226

Articles

Understanding shield emblems on ancient Athenian vases: the case of Geryon’s many shields. By N. G. Mattias Engdahl (pp. 67-76, with plate 1).

A note on Sir Sanchet d’Abrichecourt, one of the first founders of the Order of the Garter. By Lisa Jefferson (pp. 77-84, with plate 2).

The College of Arms and the Second World War. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 85-102, with plates 3-5).

Book reviews

Almanach de Gotha volume II (2013). By J. H. C. Williams (pp. 103-4).

Popoff, Royaume de Naples and Venise. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 104-5).

Shorter note

The gold ‘noble’ of Edward III – an erratum. By Adrian Ailes (p. 105, with plate 6).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Treasure Act and Portable Antiquities Scheme (pp. 107-12).

Conferences, lectures, websites and podcasts (pp. 113-24).

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2014   Volume 10   Part 1  no 227

Articles

The codification of heraldry in Malory’s Le Morte Darthur. By Sarah Brazil (pp. 1-8).

On the concepts of ‘Great’ and ‘Sovereign’ Orders. By Antti Matikkala (pp. 9-22).

Shorter Notes

The seal of Margaret de Hoyland. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 23-7, with plates 1 and 2).

The arms of Sir Reynold Carnaby at Hexham Abbey House, 1539. By Peter F. Ryder (pp. 27-31, with plate 3a).

The coat of arms of José de Escandón, founding father of South Texas. By Sebastian A. Nelson (pp. 31-3).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 35-6).

Conferences, lectures, websites and podcasts (pp. 37-50).

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2014  Volume  10   Part 2  no 228

Articles

Roger Machado, Perkin Warbeck and heraldic espionage. By Gemma L. Watson (pp. 51-68).

Artists and artwork of the heraldic visitations 1530-1687. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 69-82, with plates 1 and 2).

Illustrious from the Nile: the heraldic afterlife of John Hanning Speke. By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 83-96, with plates 3 and 4).

Book reviews

Popoff and Pastoureau (edd.), Armorial de Gèlre and Armorial Grünenberg. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 97-8).

Crane, Animal Encounters. By Simon Parsons (pp. 98-100).

Evans Pim, Yatsenko and Perrin (edd.), Traditional Marking Systems. By Steven Ashley (pp. 101-5).

Brown and Small, Court and Civic Society in the Burgundian Low Countries. By Gordon McKelvie (pp. 105-7).

Alão de Morais, ed. Metelo de Seixas, Compendio das Armas. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 107-8).

Exhibition review

Symbols of Honor: Folger Shakespeare Library. By Joseph McMillan (pp. 109-13).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 113-25, with plates 5-8).

Conferences, lectures and websites (pp. 126-34).

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2015    Volume 11    Part 1   no 229

Articles

The earliest armorial harness pendants. By John Baker (pp. 1-24, with plates 1 and 2).

A silver boar on Bosworth Field: the significance of the livery badge on the medieval battlefield. By Robert W. Jones (pp. 25-34).

Badges and ‘crests’: the twentieth-century relationship between heraldry and football. By David Llewelyn Phillips (pp. 35-50, with plates 3, 4 and 5).

Shorter Notes

The first Portcullis Pursuivant? By Vance Mead (pp. 51-3).

Original patents of augmentations in Venetian archives (part 1). By Sebastian A. Nelson (p. 53, with plate 6).

Edmund Lodge’s misadventure. By Clive Cheesman (p. 54).

Project Report

Illuminated charters as ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’. By Andreas Zajic (pp. 55-62, with plates 7 and 8).

Book Reviews

Siddons, Dictionary of Mottoes in England and Wales. By T. C. A. Ford (pp. 63-6).

Pastoureau, Green: the history of a color. By Emily Savage (pp. 66-70).

Schraven, Festive Funerals in Early Modern Italy. By Alexandra R. A. Lee (pp. 70-3).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 74-79).

Conferences, lectures, websites and blogs (pp. 80-94).

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2015   Volume  11   Part 2  no 230

Articles

Recent finds of late twelfth- or early thirteenth-century sword and dagger pommels associated with the Crusades. By Steven Ashley and Martin Biddle (pp. 95-106, with plates 1 to 4).

The emergence of the word ‘heraldry’ in the seventeenth century and the roots of a misconception. By Torsten Hiltmann (pp. 107-16).

Changes of arms in colonial North America: the strange case of Custis. By Joseph McMillan (pp. 117-38, with plate 5).

Shorter Notes

Richard III’s standard bearer. By Robert W. Jones (p. 139).

A Hapsburg archducal chronogram on a lost mounument. By Norman Hammond (pp. 139-42, with plate 6).

Book Reviews

Schofield (ed.), Seals and their Context in the Middle Ages. By D’Arcy Jonathan Dacre Boulton (pp. 143-54).

Carpenter (ed.), Magna Carta. By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 154-9).

De Asís García García et al. (eds.), Animals and Otherness in the Middle Ages. By Antonella Sciancalepore (pp. 159-61).

Cuneo (ed.), Animals and Early Modern Identity. By Andrew Wells (pp. 161-5).

Gordon and Rist (eds.), The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England. By Harriet Lyon (pp. 165-9).

Galloway, Exalted, Eminent and Imperial. By Andrew Hanham (pp. 169-73).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 175-80).

Conferences, lectures and websites (pp. 181-8).

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2016   Volume 12   Part 1   no 231

Article

City arms or municipal logo? Thoughts on the relevance of an inconclusive debate. By Julia Meer (pp. 1-20, with plates 1-4).

Shorter Note

Original patents of augmentations in Venetian archives (part 2). By Sebastian A. Nelson (pp. 21-2, with plates 5 and 6).

Book Reviews

Bock, Die Herolde in römisch-deutschen Reich. By Wim van Anrooij (pp. 23-5).

Crouch (ed.), The Newburgh Earldom of Warwick and its Charters. By Alice Hicklin (pp. 26-9).

McInerney, Clerical and Learned Lineages of Medieval Co. Clare. By Tom O’Donnell (pp. 29-32).

Hindman and Miller, Take This Ring. By Oliver Fearon (pp. 32-5).

Simpson, Sir Henry Lee (1533-1611). By Nigel Ramsay (pp. 35-7).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 39-44, with plates 7 and 8).

Conferences, lectures, websites and exhibitions (pp. 45-60).

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2016   Volume 12    Part 2  no 232

Articles

Early arms – as attributed, adopted or documented. By Steen Clemmensen (pp. 61-88).

English Catholic heraldry under penalty, 1559-1778. By J. A. Hilton (pp. 89-102, with plates 9 and 10).

Shorter Note

Walter Belyngham, Esperance Pursuivant. By Vance Mead (p. 103).

Book Review

Malden, Malden and Scott (edd.), An Ordinary of Scottish Arms from Original Pre-1672 Manuscripts. By Thomas Woodcock (pp. 104-7).

Exhibition Review

COLOUR: The Art and Science of Illuminated Manuscripts (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 30 July 2016 to 2 January 2017). By Timothy Noad (pp. 108-10).

Conference Reviews

Urban Visual Culture(s): productions and perceptions of te visual in late medieval and early modern cities (Durham, 22 and 23 June 2016). By Rachael Harkes (pp. 111-14).

Heraldic Badges: from miniature to ornamental (Courtauld Institute, 29 September 2016). By Oliver Fearon (pp. 114-16).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 117-23, with plates 11 and 12).

Conferences, lectures and websites (pp. 124-32).

Bibliography

Heraldry beyond the heraldic journals. Part three: 2011-2015 (pp. 133-54).

 

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