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2Ugolini, L.M., Butrinto. Il mito d'Enea, gli scavi (Rome, 1937), 11–12.

3Moreland, J., ‘Method and theory in medieval archaeology in the 1990s’, Archeologia Medievale18 (1991), 7–42, at pp. 13–14.

4 For a biography of the poet and a brief synopsis of his poem, see Lazzari, A., Ugolino e Michele Verino: studii biografici e critici (Turin, 1897). The Carlias has begun to attract attention recently. A critical edition with commentary has been provided by Thurn, N., Ugolino Verino ‘Carlias’. Ein Epos des 15. Jahrhunderts (Munich, 1995); and Thurn, N., Kommentar zur ‘Carlias’ des Ugolino Verino (Munich, 2002). Note also Lovatt, H., ‘Aeneid 1 and the epic gaze in the Carlias of Ugolino Verino’, Proceedings of the Virgil Society27 (2011), 130–55. For the position of the poem within the epic tradition, see Bausi, F., ‘L'epica tra latino e volgare’, in Fubini, R. (ed.), La Toscana al tempo di Lorenzo il Magnifico. Politica, economia, cultura, arte, 3 vols (Pisa, 1996), II, 357–73; P. Gwynne, ‘Epic’, in V. Moul (ed.), Neo-Latin Literature (Cambridge, forthcoming).

5 Charlemagne's mythical crusade generally was accepted as fact, and indeed celebrated in the twelfth-century chanson de geste, Le pèlerinage de Charlemagne or Voyage de Charlemagne à Jérusalem et à Constantinople; see Aebischer, P. (ed.), Le voyage de Charlemagne à Jérusalem et à Constantinople (Geneva, 1965); also Gabriele, M., An Empire of Memory. The Legend of Charlemagne, the Franks and Jerusalem before the First Crusade (Oxford, 2011).

6 See Thurn, N., ‘Heros Aeneas und Iuno, die Hera. Der Wandel des Heldenbegriffes von der Antike zur Neuzeit’, in Burkard, T., Schauer, M. and Wiener, C. (eds), Vestigia Vergiliana: Vergil-Rezeption in der Neuzeit (Berlin/New York, 2010), 9–30, where he has argued that Charlemagne's speech is conditioned by Augustine's criticism of Aeneas in The City of God.

7 Nikolaus Thurn showed that the poem was begun in 1465 (Thurn, Ugolino Verino's ‘Carlias’ (above, n. 4), 29). In the dedicatory epistle to Charles VIII the poet claims to have been working on his epic for 24 years, thus dating the letter to 1489. Alfonso Lazzari said that the deluxe presentation manuscript was given to Charles at Tours on 29 September 1493 by Gentile de' Becchi and Pietro Soderini (Lazzari, Ugolino (above, n. 4), 165). Thurn doubted this. At the beginning of the seventeenth century this manuscript was again in Florence, in the possession of the heirs of Petrus Verius. Lazzari observed: ‘Non sappiamo come e quando il poema fosse restituito a Verino’ (Lazzari, Ugolino (above, n. 4), 167). This suggests that the expensive gift was never presented. Verino, however, continued to work on his epic, removing passages and ideas to align the poem with the teachings of Girolamo Savonarola.

8 When he succeeded to the throne in 1483 King Charles VIII of France was a minor, and the kingdom of France was ruled by his elder sister Anne and her husband Pierre II, sire de Beaujeu, duke of Bourbon (1488). Upon his majority (1491), Charles, who had inherited Angevin pretensions to the kingdom of Naples, immediately began preparations to reclaim his inheritance by war; the primary study remains Labande-Mailfert, Y., Charles VIII et son milieu (1470–98): la jeunesse au pouvoir (Paris, 1975); see also Scheller, R.W., ‘Imperial themes in art and literature of the early French Renaissance: the period of Charles VIII’, Simiolus12 (1981), 5–69 and references therein. Note also Peyronnet, G., ‘The distant origins of the Italian wars: political relations between France and Italy in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries’, in Abulafia, D. (ed.), The French Descent into Renaissance Italy, 1494–95: Antecedents and Effects (Aldershot, 1995), 29–54; also P.G. Gwynne, The Life and Works of Johannes Michael Nagonius, Poeta Laureatus, c. 1450–c. 1510 (Ph.D. thesis, The Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 1990); now Gwynne, P., Poets and Princes. The Panegyric Poetry of Johannes Michael Nagonius (Turnhout, 2013), 75–140, 164–8, 387–412.

9 Scheller, ‘Imperial themes’ (above, n. 8), 42.

10Jungíć, J., ‘Joachimist prophecies in Sebastiano del Piombo's Borgherini Chapel and Raphael's Transfiguration’, in Reeves, M. (ed.), Prophetic Rome in the High Renaissance Period (Oxford, 1992), 321–43.

11 See Weinstein, D., Savonarola and Florence (Princeton, 1970); Niccoli, O., Prophecy and People in Renaissance Italy, trans. Cochrane, L.G. (Princeton, 1990). In general, see Meserve, M., Empires of Islam in Renaissance Historical Thought (Cambridge/London, 2008).

12 Lazzari, Ugolino (above, n. 4), 165.

13 See Garzelli, A. (ed.), Miniatura fiorentina del Rinascimento 1440–1525, un primo censimento, 2 vols (Florence, 1985), I, 267–330; II (Illustrations), 1–699; Manion, M.M., The Felton Illuminated Manuscripts in the National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne, 2005), 376–425.

14 For Charlemagne in the literary tradition in Florence, see Bisaha, N., Creating East and West: Renaissance Humanists and the Ottoman Turks (Philadelphia, 2004), 13–42.

15 See Fasoli, G., ‘Carlo Magno nelle tradizioni storico-leggendarie italiane’, in Bocchi, F., Carile, A. and Pini, A.I. (eds), Scritti di storia medievale (Bologna, 1974), 912–15; Raveggi, S., ‘Tracce carolinge a Firenze’, in Galetti, A.I. and Roda, R. (eds), Sulle orme di Orlando. Leggende e luoghi carolingi in Italia (Padua, 1987), 167–77; Gilli, P., Au miroir de l'humanisme: les représentations de la France dans la culture italienne à la fin du Moyen Age (Rome, 1997), 277–343.

16 The deluxe presentation manuscript written by Piero di Benedetto Strozzi and decorated by Francesco di Antonio del Chierico is now in Cambridge (Fitzwilliam Museum MS 180); see Binski, P. and Panayotowa, S. (eds), The Cambridge Illuminations. Ten Centuries of Book Production in the Medieval West (London, 2005), 338–9; also Gatti, D., La ‘Vita Caroli’ di Donato Acciaiuoli (Bologna, 1981); and Gatti, D., ‘La Vita Caroli di Donato Acciaiuoli’, Bullettino dell'Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo e Muratoriano84 (1972–3), 223–74; Coluccia, C. and Gualdo, R., ‘Le metamorfosi di Carlo. Il volgarizzamento della Vita Caroli di Donato Acciaiuoli’, in Matarrese, T. and Montagnani, C. (eds), Il principe e la storia (Novara, 2005), 307–38. Although Verino does not follow Acciaiuoli's Vita Caroli, a similar didactic purpose lies behind the presentation of both works. Acciaiuoli claims that he has chosen to write upon Charlemagne's deeds ‘as a great example and mirror of virtue for other princes to imitate’. The Italian and Latin texts differ slightly: ‘che e’ fussi uno essemplo e specchio di virtù, el quale tutti e' principi del mondo riguardassino in ogni loro reggimento publico e privato' (Gatti, D., La ‘Vita Caroli’ di Donato Acciaiuoli (Bologna, 1981), 80); ‘ut summum in omni genere virtutis exemplum ante oculos poneretur quem reliqui principes in publicis pariter ac privatis rebus intueri imitarique pro arbitrio possent’ (p. 100). See also Margolis, O.J., ‘The ‘Gallic Crowd’ at the ‘Aragonese Doors’: Donato Acciaiuoli's Vita Caroli Magni and the workshop of Vespasiano da Bisticci’, I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance17 (2014 (forthcoming)); with thanks to Oren Margolis for providing this article in advance of publication.

17 For the extensive list of Florentine ‘worthies’ added in the presentation manuscript for the French king, see Thurn, Ugolino Verino ‘Carlias’ (above, n. 4), 78–92.

18Reeves, M., Joachim of Fiore and the Prophetic Future. A Medieval Study in Historical Thinking (revised edition; Stroud, 1999), 63.

19 Reeves, Joachim of Fiore (above, n. 18), 69–70.

20Reeves, M., The Influence of Prophecy in the Later Middle Ages. A Study in Joachimism (Oxford, 1969), 354–8.

21 Reeves, Joachim of Fiore (above, n. 18), 85.

22 Reeves, Joachim of Fiore (above, n. 18), 86.

23 ‘Carolus octavus Gallorum rex vigesimum quartum aetatis annum agens regnandi cupidine ductus, ut fidem rebus faceret, simulata religione bellum contra Turcas parare ubique vulgavit et quaedam vaticinia de se ipso augurari confidentius professus est, ita ut eius auspiciis Hispania Germania et Italia perdomita facile Graecia Asia Syria ac Egyptus illum tanquam deum venerarentur et adepta Hierosolyma deposita humi corona sepulchrum Christi veneratus victor triumphans suprema die in coelum raperetur’: Benedetti, A., Diaria de Bello Carolino (Diary of the Caroline War), edited with a translation by Schullian, D.M. (New York, 1967), 60–1.

24 Bisaha, Creating East and West (above, n. 14), 37–40, but without reference to Butrint. More pertinent in this context is Margolis, O.J., ‘The quattrocento Charlemagne: Franco-Florentine relations and the politics of an icon’, in Gabriele, M. and Purkis, W. (eds), The Many Latin Lives of Charlemagne (Woodbridge, 2014 (forthcoming)); with thanks to Oren Margolis for providing this article in advance of publication.

25 In the introduction to his Geography, Strabo is at pains to emphasize the use of the poets as a legitimate source for geographical information and that ‘Homer is the first geographer’ (Strabo, Geography 1.1.11).

26 For Buondelmonti, see Weiss, R., Dizionario biografico degli italiani 15 (Rome, 1972), 198–200; note also Balard, M., ‘Buondelmonti and the Holy War’, in Gertwagen, R. and Jeffreys, E. (eds), Shipping, Trade and Crusade in the Medieval Mediterranean (Farnham, 2012), 387–94.

27 No critical edition as yet exists; for the confusion of the various redactions, see Barsanti, C., ‘Costantinopoli e l'Egeo nei primi decenni del XV secolo: la testimonianza di Cristoforo Buondelmonti’, Rivista dell'Istituto Nazionale di Archeologia e Storia dell'Arte56 (2001), 83–253.

28 Ciriaco's visit is recorded in a letter to Francesco Crasso sent from Arta, 29 December 1435: ‘Atque sponte Corcyram civitatem ipsam quam pestifero morbo laborantem audivimus longe praeter linquendam curavimus et VII Kal(endas) Ian(uarias) Bothrotum antiquam in Epiro Troiani Heleni urbem venimus, ibique natalem humanati Iovis diem, quoniam apud Cassiopen, ut optavimus, colere ad sacram Almae Virginis aedem nequivimus, nautico more celebravimus’ (BAV, Ottob. lat. 2967, fol. 31v). Ciriaco's diaries for this voyage survive only in a seventeenth-century edition, see Moroni, C., Epigrammata Reperta per Illyricum a Cyriaco Anconitano apud Liburniam (Rome, c. 1660); however, Ciriaco's travels for this period have been reconstructed by Bodnar, E.W., ‘Cyriacus of Ancona and Athens’, Latomus43 (1960). In To Wake the Dead. A Renaissance Merchant and the Birth of Archaeology (New York, 2009), Marina Belozerskaya has said that Ciriaco saw ‘the surviving triple circuit of walls enclosing the acropolis, the theatre on its southern slope and a few other ruins’ (p. 178), without giving any references.

29 Bodnar, ‘Cyriacus of Ancona’ (above, n. 28), 28–9, n. 1.

30Bodnar, E.W., ‘Ciriaco d'Ancona and the Crusade of Varna. A closer look’, Mediaevalia14 (1988), 253–80; Setton, K.M., The Papacy and the Levant (1204–1571), 4 vols (Philadelphia, 1976–84), II, 82–107.

31 See van Ooteghem, I., ‘Énée à Buthrotum’, Les Études Classique (1937), 8–13; Ugolini, Butrinto (above, n. 2); Tracy, H.L., ‘Aeneas’ visit to Buthrotum', Échos du Monde Classique11 (1967), 1–3; Taylor, C.F., ‘Toy Troy. The new perspective of the backward glance’, Vergilius16 (1970), 26–8.

32 See Quint, D., Epic and Empire. Politics and Generic Form from Virgil to Milton (Princeton, 1993), 50–65; Bettini, M., ‘Ghosts of exile: doubles and nostalgia in Vergil's parva Troia (Aeneid 3.294ff.)’, Classical Antiquity16 (1997), 8–33.

33 David Bright suggested that this might be due to the proximity of Butrint to classical Acherusia and the site of the Thesprotian Oracle of the Dead at Cichyrus, which Pausanias (1.17.5) proposes as Homer's model for the landscape of the Underworld in the Odyssey; see Bright, D.F., ‘Aeneas' other Nekyia’, Vergilius27 (1981), 40–7.

34The Song of Roland, translated by Merwin, W.S. (New York, 2001), xiii.

35 See n. 4.

36 ‘Provehimur inde remis, et nostrum ad iter die, noctuque placidi Neptuni liquidum sulcando campum Dodonaea secus littora Bargam, Phanarium Arnatiumque vidimus, et ad quintum denique Kalendas Ianuarii diem Dodonaeam ipsam venimus magnam, et nobilissimam Sylvam’; Bodnar, ‘Cyriacus of Ancona’ (above, n. 28), 28.

37 Pliny, Natural History 4.2: ‘Talarus mons, centum fontibus circa radices Theopompo celebratu’.

38 Here Verino may be attempting also to explain and differentiate the reference theatri circus (‘the circle of a theatre’), the site of the foot-race in the Sicilian games at Virgil, Aeneid 5.288–9.

39 Note that the number of stepped seats has been reduced here from eighteen to fourteen (not noted in the critical apparatus of Thurn, Ugolino Verino ‘Carlias’ (above, n. 4)). In an autograph manuscript dated December 1480 the line reads: ‘ter senos posuere gradus ac desuper ingens / Liquerunt spatium praetores unde solebant’ (Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze, codex Magliabecchianus, II, II, 94, fol. 46v).

40 The reference to Spartan girls training with the men may echo Propertius 3.14.1–16.

41 ‘Aornos with a Greek surname’, Greek Άορνος meaning ‘without birds’ because it was believed that the poisonous emissions from the Underworld were so noxious that they overwhelmed birds flying overhead; the ‘Acherusian swamp’ may thus, in fact, refer to the marshland to the south of Butrint and close to Parga, through which the present river Acheron flows to reach the Ionian sea.

42 Mount Chimaera in ancient Lycia was notable for volcanic phenomena; see Servius on Aen. 6.288; however, the reference again may be suggested by Ciriaco's letter: ‘Inde Catharum, Ulciniumque venimus, et tandem amisso Dyrrachio XII Kal(endas) Ianuarias Chimerium superavimus, quod nobile apud Epirum Neptuni Promontorium vestibulum ad Illyrici sinus fauces nautae Linguam vocant […] linquimus Linguae porticulum, et nostrum per iter Orientem versus Chimeri montis littora radimus’; Bodnar, ‘Cyriacus of Ancona’ (above, n. 28), 28.

43 He has noted further that ‘la Carliade è un testo interamente segnato da fortissime istanze anti-musulmane e percorso da un vero e proprio spirit da ‘crociata’': F. Bausi, ‘La Carlias di Ugolino Verino’, in Villoresi, M., Paladini in carta. Il modello cavalleresco fiorentino (Florence, 2006), 161–73, esp. p. 164.

44Hansen, I.L., ‘Between Atticus and Aeneas: the making of a colonial elite at Roman Butrint’, in Sweetman, R. (ed.), Roman Colonies in the First Century of their Foundation (Oxford, 2011), 85–100.

45 Hansen, ‘Between Atticus and Aeneas’ (above, n. 44).

46Hodges, R., Eternal Butrint (London, 2006).

47Hodges, R., Byzantine Butrint (London, 2008).

48Soustal, P., ‘The historical sources for Butrint in the Middle Ages’, in Hodges, R., Bowden, W. and Lako, K. (eds), Byzantine Butrint (Oxford, 2004), 24.

49 Soustal, ‘The historical sources’ (above, n. 48), 26.

50 Soustal, ‘The historical sources’ (above, n. 48), 25.

51Haldon, J., The Palgrave Atlas of Byzantine History (Basingstoke, 2005), map 10.4.

52 Soustal, ‘The historical sources’ (above, n. 48), 26; R. Andrews, W. Bowden, O. Gilkes and S. Martin, ‘The late antique and medieval fortifications of Butrint’, in Hodges, Bowden and Lako (eds) Byzantine Butrint (above, n. 48), 145; Davies, S., ‘Late Venetian Butrint: 16th–18th centuries’, in Hansen, I.L., Hodges, R. and Leppard, S. (eds), Butrint 4. The Archaeology and Histories of an Ionian Town (Oxford, 2012), 280–8.

53Stamatopoulos, N., Old Corfu. History and Culture (Corfu, 1993), 41–7.

54 Hodges, Eternal Butrint (above, n. 46).

55Crowson, A., Venetian Butrint (London, 2007).

56 S. Greenslade, S. Leppard and M. Logue, ‘The acropolis of Butrint reassessed’, in Hansen, Hodges and Leppard (eds), Butrint 4 (above, n. 52), 69–71.

57 N. Molla, M.F. Paris and F. Venturini, ‘Material boundaries: the city walls at Butrint’, in Hansen, Hodges and Leppard (eds), Butrint 4 (above, n. 52), 274.

58 Andrews et al., ‘The late antique and medieval fortifications’ (above, n. 52), 143–5, fig. 8.25; Molla, Paris and Venturini, ‘Material boundaries’ (above, n. 57), 274–5, fig. 14.12.

59Bowden, W., Crowson, A., Logue, M. and Sebastiani, A., ‘The medieval occupation of the Merchant's House’, in Bowden, W. and Hodges, R. (eds), Butrint 3. Excavations at the Triconch Palace (Oxford, 2011), 203–30, at pp. 223–8.

60 S. Kamani, ‘The Western Defences’, in Hansen, Hodges and Leppard (eds), Butrint 4 (above, n. 52), 254.

61 Andrews et al., ‘The late antique and medieval fortifications’ (above, n. 52), 145, fig. 8.26.

62 See Henry Cook's nineteenth-century drawing: S. Martin, ‘The topography of Butrint’, in Hodges, Bowden and Lako (eds), Byzantine Butrint (above, n. 48), fig. 6.23; and Ugolini's photograph from the 1930s: Andrews et al., ‘The late antique and medieval fortifications’ (above, n. 52), fig. 8.26.

63 Molla, Paris and Venturini, ‘Material boundaries’ (above, n. 57).

64 W. Bowden and L. Përzhita, ‘The baptistery’, in Hodges, Bowden and Lako (eds), Byzantine Butrint (above, n. 48), 199.

65 W. Bowden and J. Mitchell, ‘The christian topography of Butrint’, in Hodges, Bowden and Lako (eds), Byzantine Butrint (above, n. 48), 114, fig. 7.16.

66 A. Sebastiani, D. Gooney, J. Mitchell, P. Papadopoulou, P. Reynolds, E. Vaccaro and J. Vroom, ‘The medieval church and cemetery at the Well of Junia Rufina’, in Hansen, Hodges and Leppard (eds), Butrint 4 (above, n. 52), 214–44.

67 Thanks to David Hernandez for drawing our attention to an unpublished photograph taken during excavations in about 1982, now in the Institute of Archaeology, Tirana.

68 Martin, ‘The topography of Butrint’ (above, n. 62), fig. 6:22.

69 Martin, ‘The topography of Butrint’ (above, n. 62), 99.

70 See, in particular, Miraj, L., ‘Ugolini and Aeneas: the story of the excavation of the theatre at Butrint’, in Gilkes, O.J. (ed.), The Theatre at Butrint (London, 2003), fig. 2.6.

71 J. Wilkes, ‘The Greek and Roman theatres of Butrint: a commentary and reassessment’, in Gilkes (ed.), The Theatre at Butrint (above, n. 70), 107–79, at p. 107 and fig. 6.3.

72Vroom, J., ‘The Morea and its links with southern Italy after ad 1204: ceramics and identity’, Archeologia Medievale38 (2011), 409–30; J. Vroom, The Medieval and Post-medieval Ceramics from the Triconch Place in Butrint (forthcoming).

73 See, for instance, Vroom, J., ‘Corfu's right eye: Venetian pottery in Butrint (Albania)’, in Guštin, M., Gelichi, S. and Spindler, K. (eds), The Heritage of the Serenissima. The Presentation of the Architectural and Archaeological Remains of the Venetian Republic (Koper, 2006), 229–36.

74 For example J. Vroom, ‘The medieval and post-medieval finewares and cooking wares from the Triconch Palace and the Baptistery’, in Hodges, Bowden and Lako (eds), Byzantine Butrint (above, n. 48), figs 15.4 and 15.29; see also Vroom, ‘Corfu's right eye’ (above, n. 73), fig. 9; Vroom, J., Byzantine to Modern Pottery in the Aegean. An Introduction and Field Guide (Utrecht, 2005), 146–7.

75 Vroom, ‘The medieval and post-medieval finewares’ (above, n. 74), figs 15.4 and 15.29; Vroom, ‘Corfu's right eye’ (above, n. 73), fig. 9. See also D'Amico, E., ‘The excavation of UTS 161. The pottery’, in Gelichi, S. and Guštin, M. (eds), Stari Bar. The Archaeological Project 2004. Preliminary Report (Florence, 2005), 69, pl. 6.29.

76 Cf. Ciminale, D., ‘Lecce nel XVI secolo e l'Isola del governatore: i materiali ceramici’, in Giardino, L., Arthur, P. and Ciongoli, G.-P. (eds), Lecce. Frammenti di storia urbana. Tesori archeologici sotto la Banca d'Italia (Bari, 2006), 102, pl. XXXIV.3 and n. 31.

77 Vroom, ‘Corfu's right eye’ (above, n. 73), figs 10–11.

78 See also Vroom, J., ‘Küthaya between the lines: post-medieval ceramics as historical information’, in Davies, S. and Davis, J.L. (eds), Between Venice and Istanbul. Colonial Landscapes in Early Modern Greece (Princeton, 2007), 80–1, fig. 4.10.

79 Vroom, ‘Küthaya between the lines’ (above, n. 78), 81.

80 Vroom, ‘The medieval and post-medieval finewares’ (above, n. 74), fig. 15.5.

81Berti, F., Il museo della ceramica di Montelupo. Storia, tecnologia, collezioni / The Ceramics Museum of Montelupo. History, Technology, Collections (Florence, 2008), 256–8, figs 16a–f, pp. 265–8, figs 20a–e.

82Castronovi, C. and Tagliente, P., ‘Ceramica a ‘doppio bagno’ nel Salento’, Quaderni del Museo della Ceramica di Cutrofiano3 (1998), fig. 3 nos. 2–3, figs 11–13; Tagliente, P., ‘Lecce: uno scarico di fornaci della fine del Quattrocento. Primi dati’, Archeologia Medievale29 (2002), fig. 2 nos. 3–6, fig. 3 nos. 1–4; see also D'Amico, ‘The excavation of UTS 161’ (above, n. 75), pl. 6.6, no. 1054.4 for a similar bowl with ribbed exterior part from Stari Bar, dated ad 1425–75.

83 Cf. Salvatore, M.R., ‘La ceramica altomedievale nell'Italia meridionale: stato e prospettive della ricerca’, Archeologia Medievale11 (1984), pl. 192, nos. 28–9 for the shape; Tagliente, ‘Lecce’ (above, n. 82), 548–51.

84 Tagliente, ‘Lecce’ (above, n. 82), 552–4.

85 Vroom, The Medieval and Post-medieval Ceramics (above, n. 72).

86 These proportions are visible also in Renaissance wells in northwestern Europe, where half of the objects unearthed were meant for use on the table rather than for meal production; see, for instance, Veeckman, J., ‘Een waterput in het Groot Sarazijnshoofd in de Antwerpse Hoogstraat’, Berichten en Rapporten over het Antwerps Bodemonderzoek en Monumentenzorg (BRABOM)1 (1996), 58–9, fig. 9.

87Weinstein, R., ‘Kitchen chattels: the evolution of familiar objects 1200–1700’, in The Cooking Pot. Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery, 1988 (London, 1989), 168.

88Vroom, J., After Antiquity. Ceramics and Society in the Aegean from the 7th to the 20th Century A.C. A Case Study from Boeotia, Central Greece (Leiden, 2003), 350–1.

89 Cf. for the use of colour in late medieval table-wares found in Butrint, Vroom, ‘The Morea and its links’ (above, n. 72), 425–6, figs 20–1.

90 Vroom, After Antiquity (above, n. 88), table 13.1.

91 Vroom, After Antiquity (above, n. 88), 350, fig. 12.6.

92Goldstein, C., Pieter Bruegel and the Culture of the Early Modern Dinner Party (Burlington, 2013).

93Strong, R., Feast. A History of Grand Eating (London, 2002), 82.

94Gaba-Van Dongen, A., ‘Tools of civilization. Erasmus's views on tableware and table manners’, in van der Coelen, P. (ed.), Images of Erasmus (Rotterdam, 2008), 267 and n. 16.

95Müller, U., ‘Different shape — same function? Medieval hand-washing equipment in Europe’, in De Boe, G. and Verhaeghe, F. (eds), Material Culture in Medieval Europe. Papers of the Medieval Europe Brugge 1997 Conference7 (Zellik, 1997), 251–64.

96 Gaba-Van Dongen, ‘Tools of civilization’ (above, n. 94), 266 and n. 12.

97 J. Westoby and Z. Knapp, ‘The faunal remains’, in W. Bowden, Butrint 5: the Triconch Palace: the Finds (Oxford, forthcoming); see also Kroll, H., ‘Animals in the Byzantine Empire: an overview of the archaeozoological evidence’, Archeologia Medievale39 (2012), 93–121, at pp. 105–10.

98 A. Powell and D. Mylona, ‘The faunal remains’, in Hodges, Bowden and Lako (eds), Byzantine Butrint (above, n. 48), 305–20.

99 Powell and Mylona, ‘The faunal remains’ (above, n. 98).

100Nicolle, D., Fornovo 1495: France's Bloody Fighting Retreat (Oxford, 1996).

101 Setton, The Papacy and the Levant (above, n. 30), II, 515.

102 Vroom, ‘The Morea and its links’ (above, n. 72), 426.

103Pouqueville, F.C.H.L., Travels in Epirus, Albania, Macedonia and Thessaly (London, 1820), 34–5; Hodges, Eternal Butrint (above, n. 46), 33.

104 These ‘hellish’ descriptions are an epic trope; compare the contemporary description of the alum mines at Tolfa in the Volaterrais, a four-book epic by Naldo de' Naldi (c. 1432–1513) on the war between Florence and Volterra (1472); see Gwynne, ‘Epic’ (above, n. 4). For the archaeology of the Colline Metallifere, see Grassi, F. (ed.), L'insediamento medievale nelle Colline Metallifere (Toscana, Italia) (British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2,532) (Oxford, 2013).

105Runciman, S., Mistra (London, 1981).

1 We are grateful to the Butrint Foundation for support during the preparation of this essay. Particular thanks to Helen Lovatt, Oren Margolis and Stano Morrone for reading and commenting upon drafts. The Butrint description draws upon the research of many colleagues, including Will Bowden, Andy Crowson, Oliver Gilkes, Inge Hansen, Dave Hernandez, John Mitchell and Nevila Molla. In addition, Harmen Huijgens is thanked for his help with the distribution maps of the Butrint ceramic finds used in this article (below, Figs 10–11).

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Vol. LXXVII, 2013

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Exceptionally Volume LXXVI was issued online in two sections: Part I in October and Part II in November; the print edition, published in December, unites both sections

Part I

Xenophon and the Barberini: Pietro da Cortona’s Sacrifice to Diana (LXXVI, pp. 1-22)
Timothy Rood

Philosophy for Princes: Aristotle’s Politics and its Readers during the French Wars of Religion (LXXVI, pp. 23-47)
Ingrid De Smet

John Spencer’s De Legibus Hebraeorum (1683-85) and ‘Enlightened’ Sacred History: A New Interpretation (LXXVI, pp. 49-92)
Dmitri Levitin

The Qur’an Translations of Marracci and Sale (LXXVI, pp. 93-130)
Alexander Bevilacqua

Abigail going to David: The Iconography of a Marble Capital from the Destroyed Romanesque Cloister at Notre-Dame-des-Doms, Avignon (LXXVI, pp. 131-136)
Andrew Chen

Part II

Of Stars and Men: Matthew Paris and the Illustrations of MS Ashmole 304 (LXXVI, pp. 139-177)
Allegra Iafrate

Additional Thoughts about the Construction of Francesco di Giorgio’s Drawing of Atlas (LXXVI, pp. 179-201)
Kristen Lippincott

Martin Meurisse’s Garden of Logic (LXXVI, pp. 203-249 print, pp. 203-250 online)
Susanna Berger

A New Renaissance Source on Colour: Uberto Decembrio’s De candore (LXXVI, pp. 251-262)
Stuart M. McManus

The Classical Ideal of Male Beauty in Renaissance Italy: A Note on the Afterlife of Virgil’s Euryalus (LXXVI, pp. 263-268)
Hugh Hudson

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Vol. LXXV, 2012

ISBN 978-1908590-015: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

Hebrew Poetry Transformed, or, Scholarship Invincible between Renaissance and Enlightenment (vol. LXXV, pp. 1-29)
Kristine Louise Haugen

A Map of Ovid’s Tristia I.10 in Dublin, Trinity College MS 632 (vol. LXXV, pp. 31-51)
Alfred Hiatt

Family Wisdom in Quattrocento Florence: The Benci Aesop (Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale MS II.II.83) (vol. LXXV, pp. 53-92)
Federico Botana

Gentiles nostri: Roman Religion and Roman Identity in Biondo Flavio’s Roma triumphans (vol. LXXV, pp. 93-110)
Frances Muecke

Books from the Circle of Cardinal Pole: The Italian Library of Michael Throckmorton (vol. LXXV, pp. 111-140)
M. Anne Overell & James M. W. Willoughby

Vasari’s Lepanto Frescoes: Apparati, Medals, Prints and the Celebration of Victory (vol. LXXV, pp. 141-200)
Rick Scorza

Jewels of ‘Blacknesse’ at the Jacobean Court (vol. LXXV, pp. 201-222)
Daniel Packer

Abraham Bosse in Context: French Responses to Leonardo’s Treatise on Painting in the Seventeenth Century (vol. LXXV, pp. 223-260)
Thomas Frangenberg

The 1649 English Translation of the Koran: Its Origins and Significance (vol. LXXV, pp. 261-295)
Noel Malcolm

La Rochefoucauld, Little Learning and the Love of Truth (vol. LXXV, pp. 297-318)
Ian Maclean

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Vol. LXXIV, 2011

ISBN 978-0854811-557: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

Stephanus the Alexandrian Philosopher, the Kanon and a Seventh-Century Millennium (LXXIV, pp. 1-30)
Mossman Rouéche

The Archpoet and the Emperor (LXXIV, pp. 31-58)
Peter Godman

The Reception of St Augustine’s City of God in Anglo-Norman Canterbury (LXXIV, pp. 59-85)
Kristine Haney

New Images for Anselm’s Table Talk: An Illustrated Manuscript of the Liber de similitudinibus (LXXIV, pp. 87-119)
C. M. Kauffmann

The Painted Chamber at Westminster, the Fall of Tyrants and the English Literary Model of Governance (LXXIV, pp. 121-154)
Paul Binski

The Crusade of Nicopolis, Burgundy, and the Entombment of Christ at Pont-à-Mousson (LXXIV, pp. 155-190)
Christoph Brachmann

Noah’s Calendar: The Chronology of the Flood Narrative and the History of Astronomy in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Scholarship (LXXIV, pp. 191-211)
C. P. E. Nothaft

A Late Sixteenth-Century Cryptographical Treatise: Jacobus Colius’s “Tractatus de fictis characteribus” (1584-86) (LXXIV, pp. 213-239)
William Poole

Scaliger, Saumaise, Casaubon and the Discovery of the Palatine Anthology (1606) (LXXIV, pp. 241-261)
Dirk van Miert

Nicholas Peiresc and the Delphic Tripod in the Republic of Letters (LXXIV, pp. 263-279)
Anthony Ossa Richardson

A Chapter in the Nachleben of the Farnese Atlas: Martin Folkes’s Globe (LXXIV, pp. 281-299)
Kristen Lippincott

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Vol. LXXIII, 2010

ISBN 978-0854811-519: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

The Stars in the Leiden Aratea Picture Book (LXXIII, pp. 1-38)

Elly Dekker (with a Star Description in collaboration with Kristen Lippincott)

Padua, its Arena and the Arena Chapel: A Liturgical Ensemble (LXXIII, pp. 39-64)
Michael Viktor Schwarz (with an Appendix in collaboration with Michaela Zöschg)

Tower-Shaped Torah Arks, The Tower of Strength and the Architecture of the Messianic Temple (LXXIII, pp. 65-98)
Ilia Rodov

Mary Magdalen and the Burgundian Question (LXXIII, pp. 99-135)
Susan Haskins

The Nudes in Limbo: Michelangelo’s Doni Tondo Reconsidered (LXXIII, pp. 137-180)
Chiara Franceschini

A Relief by Peter Dell (1548) after a Drawing by Paul Lautensack, and the Origins of the Term ‘Gnadenstuhl’ (LXXIII, pp. 181-194)
Berthold Kress

Creation, the Trinity and prisca theologia in Julius Caesar Scaliger (LXXIII, pp. 195-207)
Kuni Sakamoto

Mary Queen of Scots as Susanna in Catholic Propaganda (LXXIII, pp. 209-220)
Jeremy Smith

Astrology and Empire. A Device for the Valois King of Poland (LXXIII, pp. 221-255)
Ewa Kociszewska

Barn Owl Painters in St Peter’s in the Vatican, 1604: Three Mocking Poems for Roncalli, Vanni and Passignano (and a Note on the Breeches-Maker) (LXXIII, pp. 257-96)
Maddalena Spagnolo

The Prince of Arabists and His Many Errors: Thomas Erpenius’s Image of Joseph Scaliger and the Edition of the Proverbia Arabica (1614) (LXXIII, pp. 297-325)
Arnoud Vrolijk

Habeo cubiculum holovitreum. A Note on the Interpretation and Genealogy of Two Astrological Passages in the Acta Sebastiani martyris (LXXIII, pp. 327-334)
Petr Kitzler

Three Notes on Antiquities in Diomede Carafa’s Collection (LXXIII, pp. 335-353)
Bianca De Divitiis

Erasmus: Peculiar Words in the Colloquies and His Concept of Proper Latin Diction (LXXIII, pp. 355-365)
Ari Wesseling

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2000s: volumes LXIII–LXXII

The following volumes are listed below (in descending order):

Vol. LXII (2009); Vol. LXXI (2008 - special edition); Vol. LXX (2007); Vol. LXIX (2006); Vol. LXVIII (2005); Vol. LXVII (2004); Vol. LXVI (2003); Vol. LXV (2002); Vol. LXIV (2001); Vol. LXIII (2000).

Vol. LXXII, 2009

ISBN 978-0854811-489: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

Alexander in the Himalayas: Competing Imperial Legacies in Medieval Islamic History and Literature(LXXII, pp. 1-20)
Anna Akasoy

Metamorphoses: Allegory in Early Medieval Commentaries on Ovid and Apuleius (LXXII, pp. 21-39)
Peter Dronke

Between the Ghāya and the Picatrix II: the Flos naturarum ascribed to Jabir (LXXII, pp. 45-80)
David Pingree †, with an introduction by Charles Burnett

A Fifteenth-Century Version of Matthew Paris’s Procession with the Relic of the Holy Blood and Evidence for its Carthusian Context (LXXII, pp. 81-101)
Julian Luxford

Julius II and the Stanza della Segnatura (LXXII, pp. 103-141)
Paul Taylor

Isaac Casaubon the Arabist: ‘Video longum esse iter’ (LXXII, pp. 143-168)
Alastair Hamilton

A Noble Death: The Oleśnicki Funerary Chapel in Tarłów (LXXII, pp. 169-205)
Aleksandra Koutny-Jones

The Lowest, Lost Zone in the Adoration of the Crucified Scene in S. Maria Antiqua in Rome: A New Conjecture (LXXII, pp. 207-219)
Per Olav Folgerø 

The Three Sails, the Twelve Winds and the Question of Early Irish Colour Theory (LXXII, pp. 221-232)
John Carey

The Latin Inscription in Giovanni Bellini’s Pietà (LXXII, pp. 233-236)
Włodzimierz Olszaniec

Michel D’Asquier, Imperial Interpreter and Bibliophile (LXXII, pp. 237-241)
Alastair Hamilton

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Vol. LXXI, 2008 (special issue)

A special edition celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Courtauld Institute of Art.

ISBN 978-0854811-465: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

Foreword. ‘Wondering about the Journal’
John Lowden

Introduction to Volume LXXI
Paul Crossley and John Lowden, Editors

Roriczer’s Iceberg (LXXI, pp. 1–20)
Peter Kidson

Framing the Objects We Study: Three Boxes from Late Roman Italy (LXXI, pp. 21-38)
Jas Elsner

The Origins of Europe (LXXI, pp. 39-53)
Eric Fernie

Rediscovering the Christ Pantocrator at Daphni (LXXI, pp. 55-74)
Robin Cormack

Ornata decenter: Perceptions of ‘Fitting Decoration’ Amongst Augustinian Canons of S. Orso in Aosta in the Mid Twelfth Century (LXXI, pp. 75-93)
Lucy Donkin

The Earliest Holy Kinship Image, The Salomite Controversy and a Little-Known Centre of Learning in Northern England in the Twelfth Century (LXXI, pp. 95-119)
Mellie Naydenova-Slade and David Park

Laude Dei Trini. Observations Towards a Reconstruction of Giovanni Pisano’s Pistoia Pulpit (LXXI, pp. 121-138)
Peter Dent

Evidence for the Forms and Usage of Early Netherlandish Memorial Paintings (LXXI, pp. 139-168)
Douglas Brine

Architecture, Languages and Style in Fifteenth-Century Italy (LXXI, pp. 169-189)
Georgia Clarke

Beauty and Virtue for Francis I: Iohannes Ambrosius Nucetus and the Early Portrait Miniature (LXXI, pp. 191-210)
Stephanie Buck

Landscape all’antica and Topographical Anachronism in Roman Fresco Painting of the Sixteenth Century(LXXI, pp. 211-237)
Denis Ribouillault

The Old Woman as Art Critic: Speech and Silence in Response to the Passions, from Annibale Carracci to Denis Diderot (LXXI, pp. 239-260)
Sheila McTighe

History Without Values? Gérome’s History Paintings (LXXI, pp. 261-276)
John House

The Writings of a Savage? Literary Strategies in Paul Gauguin’s Noa Noa (LXXI, pp. 277-293)
Linda Goddard

Walter Sickert and Roger Fry: ‘Alight here for Whiteley’s’ (LXXI, pp. 295-314)
Caroline Arscott

Terra Italia: The Peasant Subject as Site of National and Socialist Identities in the Work of Renato Guttuso and Giuseppe de Santis (LXXI, pp. 315-334)
Lara Pucci

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Vol. LXX, 2007

ISBN 978-0854811-458: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

A Visual Mirror of Princes: The Wheel on the Mural of Longthorpe Tower (LXX, pp. 1-32)
Bee Yun

A Condottiere and his Books: Gianfrancesco Gonzaga (1446–1496) (LXX, pp. 33–97)
David Chambers

New Evidence for Sculptures from Diomede Carafa’s Collection of Antiquities (LXX, pp. 99–117)
Bianca de Divitiis

Dating Pinturicchio’s Roman Frescoes and the Creation of a New all’antica Style (LXX, pp. 119–141)
Claudia La Malfa

Wohlstand and Decorum in Sixteenth-Century German Art Theory (LXX, pp. 143–155)
Joachim Dethlefs

Justus Lipsius and his Silver Pen (LXX, pp. 157–194)
Marisa Bass

Pomis sua nomina servant: Emblematic Thesis Prints from the Roman Seminary (LXX, pp. 195–246)
Louise Rice

Jacob Jordaens and Moses’s Ethiopian Wife (LXX, pp. 247–285)
Elizabeth McGrath

Politics and Diplomacy: Emblems during the Infancy of Charles II of Spain (LXX, pp. 287–306)
Emilia Montaner

Revisiting Christ’s Tomb: A Note on a Miniature in Bodleian MS Douce 313 (LXX, pp. 307–310)
Achim Timmermann

A Pilgrim’s Memories of Jerusalem: London, Wallace Collection MS M319 (LXX, pp. 311–325)
Kate Rudy

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Vol. LXIX, 2006

ISBN 978-0854811-410: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

Petrarchan Places. An Essay in the Iconography of Commemoration (LXIX, pp. 1-50)
J. B. Trapp

An Illustrated Mid-Fifteenth-Century Primer for a Flemish Girl: British Library, Harley MS 3828 (LXIX, pp. 51-94)
Kathryn Rudy

Jean Bodin and the Authorship of the Colloquium heptaplomeres (LXIX, pp. 95–150)
Noel Malcolm

Queen Elizabeth I as Urania (LXIX, pp. 151–190)
Jean Wilson

A Ring on the Little Finger: Andreas Capellanus and Medieval Chiromancy (LXIX, pp. 175–191)
Stefano Rapisarda

Aristotle as Scribe of Nature: The Title-Page of MS Vat. Lat. 2094 (LXIX, pp. 193–205)
John Monfasani

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Vol. LXVIII, 2005

ISBN 978-0854811-397: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

A Byzantine Portrait of Homer (LXVIII, pp. 1-26)
Filippomaria Pontani

The Felici Icon Tabernacle (1372) at S. Maria in Aracoeli Reconstructed (LXVIII, pp. 27-72)
Claudia Bolgia

The Bible moralisée in the Fifteenth Century and the Challenge of the Bible historiale (LXVIII, pp. 73-136)
John Lowden

Filippo Alberici, Henry VII and Richard Fox: The English Fortunes of a Little-Known Humanist (LXVIII, pp. 137-155)
David Rundle

Copernicus’s Doctrine of Gravity and the Natural Circular Motion of the Elements (LXVIII, pp. 157-211)
Dilwyn Knox

The Blind Beating the Blind: An Unidentified ‘Game’ in a Marginal Illustration of the Romance of Alexander, MS Bodley 264 (LXVIII, pp. 213-217)
Edward Wheatley

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Vol. LXVII, 2004

ISBN 978-0854811-366: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

The Sainte-Chapelle Lectionaries and the Illustration of the Parables in the Middle Ages (LXVII, pp. 1-22)
C. M. Kauffmann

Aristotle in Medieval Spain: Writers of the Christian Kingdoms Confronting the Eternity of the World(LXVII, pp. 23-47)
Ann Giletti

Virtuous and Sinful Uses of Temporal Wealth in the Breviari d’Amor of Matfre Ermengaud (MS BL Royal 19.C.I) (LXVII, pp. 49-80)
Federico Botana

The Funding of the Façade of Santa Maria Novella (LXVII, pp. 81-127)
Rab Hatfield

Giannozzo Manetti, Alfonso of Aragon and Pompey the Great: a Crusading Document of 1455 (LXVII, pp. 129-156)
Paul Botley

Piero Pollaiuolo’s Lost Sacramental Altarpiece of the Corpus Domini (LXVII, pp. 157-192)
Stephen J. Milner

Studies in the Renaissance Reception of Ancient Vault Decoration (LXVII, pp. 193-231)
Hetty E. Joyce

Guercino’s Endymion, Hercules and Artemisia for Alessandro Argoli (LXVII, pp. 233-253)
Miriam Di Penta

On the Date of the Liber Nemroth (LXVII, pp. 255-257)
David Juste

Noah, Daniel and Job: the Three Righteous Men of Ezekiel 14.14 in Medieval Art (LXVII, pp. 259-267)
Berthold Kress

The Exchange of Models in Florentine Workshops of the Quattrocento: a Sheet from the ‘Verrocchio Sketchbook’ (LXVII, pp. 269-274)
Linda Pisani

Gigantomachia and the Wheel of Fortune in Works of Giulio Romano, Vincenzo Cartari and Anton Francesco Doni, and the Authorship of theAsinesca Gloria (LXVII, pp. 275-284)
Stefano Pierguidi

Michelangelo’s Mistakes in the Generation of Christ (LXVII, pp. 285-294)
Paul Taylor

Boötes on the Farnesina Ceiling (LXVII, pp. 295-300)
Paul Taylor

Vol. LXVI, 2003

ISBN 978-0854811-342: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

A Fresco Portrait of Virgil at Lucignano (LXVI, pp. 1-28)
Luke Houghton

The Laurentian Library and Michelangelo’s Architectural Method (LXVI, pp. 29-62)
David Hemsoll

Vincenzo Borghini’s Collection of Paintings, Drawings and Wax Models: New Evidence from Manuscript Sources (LXVI, pp. 63-122)
Rick Scorza

Inigo Jones, Capricious Ornament, and Plutarch’s Wise Man (LXVI, pp. 123-42)
L. E. Semler

Cassiano Dal Pozzo, Poussin and the Making and Publication of Leonardo’s Trattato (LXVI, pp. 143-88)
Donatella Sparti

Playing Games with Otherness: Watteau’s Chinese Cabinet at the Château de La Muette (LXVI, pp. 189-247)
Katie Scott

The Mosaic of Speech: A Classical Topos in Renaissance Aesthetics (LXVI, pp. 249-63)
Eric MacPhail

A Note on Leonardi Bruni’s Latin Translation of Plato’s Letters (LXVI, pp. 265-66)
Włodzimierz Olszaniec

Reassessing the Renaissance of the Palestrina Nile Mosaic (LXVI, pp. 267-71)
Claudia La Malfa

Myth and Astronomy in the Frescoes at Sant‘Abbondio in Cremona (LXVI, pp. 273-88)
Charles Burnett and Marika Leino

Some Aspects of Cardinal Sigismondo Gonzaga’s Collections (LXVI, pp. 289-96)
Guido Rebecchini

The Spilsburys: A Note on Pseudonyms in Late Eighteenth-Century Art Publishing (LXVI, pp. 297-98)
Sally Humphreys

Vol. LXV, 2002

ISBN 978-0854811-304: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

The Eleventh-Century Shift in the Reception of Plato’s Timaeus and Calcidius’s Commentary (LXV, pp. 1-21)
Anna Somfai

‘Palma dabit Palmam’: Franciscan Themes in a Devotional Manuscript (LXV, pp. 22-66)
Amy Neff

Ludovico il Moro and his Moors (LXV, pp. 67-94)
Elizabeth McGrath

A Regulated Suasion: The Regulating Lines of Francesco di Giorgio and Philibert de l’Orme (LXV, pp. 95-131)
Giovanni Galli

The De’ Rossi Collection of Ancient Sculptures, Leo X, and Raphael (LXV, pp. 132-200)
Kathleen Wren Christian

A New Inventory of the Royal Aragonese Library of Naples (LXV, pp. 201-243)
Santiago López-Ríos

Bartoli, Giambullari and the Prefaces to Vasari’s “Lives” (1550) (LXV, pp. 244-258)
Thomas Frangenberg

Dioscorides in Utopia (LXV, pp. 259-261)
J. B. Trapp

Leo Africanus’s “Descrittione dell’Africa” and its Sixteenth-Century Translations (LXV, pp. 262-272)
Crofton Black

Characterising the Passions: Michel Anguier’s Challenge to Le Brun’s Theory of Expression (LXV, pp. 273-282)
Julia K. Dabbs

Vol. LXIV, 2001

ISBN 978-0854811-298: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

Franciscan Choir Enclosures and the Function of Double-Sided Altarpieces in Pre-Tridentine Umbria (LXIV, pp. 1-54)
Donal Cooper

Petrarch’s Laura: The Portraiture of an Imaginary Beloved (LXIV, pp. 55-192)
J. B. Trapp

Richard Trewythian and the Uses of Astrology in Late Medieval England (LXIV, pp. 193-228)
Sophie Page

The Prehistory of Modern Scepticism: Sextus Empiricus in Fifteenth-Century Italy (LXIV, pp. 229-279)
Gian Mario Cao

Joachim of Fiore and the Images of the Apocalypse according to St John (LXIV, pp. 281-295)
Marjorie Reeves

Isabella d’Este and the Travel Diary of Antonio de Beatis (LXIV, pp. 296-308)
D. S. Chambers

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Vol. LXIII, 2000

ISBN 978-0854811-281: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

Who Wrote the “Twelfth Oration” of Themistius? (LXIII, pp. 1-23)
Robert Goulding

Tradition and Innovation: Archbishop Chrodegang (742-66) and the Thirteenth-Century Family of Churches at Metz (LXIII, pp. 24-58)
Christoph Brachmann

The Aretine Polyptych by Pietro Lorenzetti: Patronage, Iconography and Original Setting (LXIII, pp. 59-110)
Giovanni Freni

Tommaso Malvito and Neapolitan Tomb Design of the Early Cinquecento (LXIII, pp. 111-130)
Yoni Ascher

Conversations with the Dead: Quevedo and Statius, Annotation and Imitation (LXIII, pp. 131-168)
Hilaire Kallendorf and Craig Kallendorf

The Horrible Tail-Man and the Anglo-Dutch Wars (LXIII, pp. 169-186)
Elizabeth Staffell

‘In This Time Without Emperors’: The Politics of Ernst Kantorowicz’s Kaiser Friedrich der ZweiteReconsidered (LXIII, pp. 187-242)
Martin A. Ruehl

Berthold of Moosburg’s Hermetic Sources (LXIII, pp. 243-258)
Antonella Sannino

The Chapel of San Girolamo in Santa Maria del Popolo in Rome. New Evidence for the Discovery of the Domus Aurea (LXIII, pp. 259-270)
Claudia La Malfa

Further Evidence about the Books of Baldassarre Castiglione (LXIII, pp. 271-276)
Guido Rebecchini

The Paragone between Word and Image in Impresa Literature (LXIII, pp. 277-286)
Dorigen Caldwell

“The Lambe Speaketh...” An Addendum (LXIII, pp. 287-294)
Malcolm Jones

The Old Woman in Velázquez’s Kitchen Scene with Christ’s Visit to Martha and Mary (LXIII, pp. 295-302)
Marta Cacho Casal

1990s: volumes XLIII–LII

The following volumes are listed below (in descending order):

Vol. LXII (1999); Vol. LXI (1998); Vol. LX (1997); Vol. LIX (1996); Vol. LVIII (1995); Vol. LVII (1994); Vol. LVI (1993); Vol. LV (1992); Vol. LIV (1991); Vol. LIII (1990).  

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Vol. LXII, 1999

ISBN 978-0854811-243: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s “Buon Governo” Frescoes: Two Old Questions, Two New Answers (LXII, pp. 1-28)
Quentin Skinner

The Annotations of Nicolaus Cusanus and Giovanni Andrea Bussi on the Asclepius (LXII, pp. 25-59)
Pasquale Arfé

Figured Riches: The Value of Gold Brocades in Fifteenth-Century Florentine Painting (LXII, pp. 60-92)
Rembrandt Duits

The Scientific Instruments in Holbein’s “Ambassadors”: A Re-Examination (LXII, pp. 93-125)
Elly Dekker and Kristen Lippincott

As Good as Gold: The Mobile Earth and Early Modern Economics (LXII, pp. 126-166)
Eileen Reeves

Lipsius and his Dogs: Humanist Tradition, Iconography and Rubens’s Four Philosophers (LXII, pp. 167-198)
Jan Papy

Isaac Fuller’s Escape of Charles II: A Restoration Tragicomedy (LXII, pp. 199-240)
David H. Solkin

Jean Hardouin: The Antiquary as Pariah (LXII, pp. 241-267)
Anthony Grafton

Aby Warburg: his Aims and Methods. An Anniversary Lecture (LXII, pp. 268-282)
E. H. Gombrich

Baluster-Cornered Box Tombs (LXII, pp. 287-295)
A. D. Harvey

Lorenzo de’ Medici’s Acquisition of the “Sigillo di Nerone” (LXII, pp. 283-286)
Melissa Meriam Bullard and Nicolai Rubinstein

Vol. LXI, 1998

ISBN 978-0854811-229: click here for information on availability and purchase options. This issue can be consulted online through JSTOR.

The Berardenga Antependium and the Passio Ymaginis Office (LXI, pp. 1-16)
Michele Bacci

The Book Collection and Other Possessions of Baldassarre Castiglione (LXI, pp. 17-52)
Guido Rebecchini

Sacrilege and Redemption in Renaissance Florence: The Case of Antonio Rinaldeschi (LXI, pp. 53-92)
William J. Connell and Giles Constable

Antoine Morillon, Antiquarian and Medallist (LXI, pp. 93-110)
M. H. Crawford

Ramus Reading: The Commentaries on Cicero’s Consular Orations and Vergil’s Eclogues and Georgics(LXI, pp. 111-141)
Peter Mack

Individuality and Inwardness in the Literary Character Sketches of the Seventeenth Century (LXI, pp. 142-157)
Jacques Bos

Giovanni Guerra and the Illustrations to Ripa’s Iconologia (LXI, pp. 158-175)
Stefano Pierguidi

Between Tiger and Unicorn: The Temple of Love (LXI, pp. 176-197)
Axel Stahler

Insanity and the Sublime: Aesthetics and Theories of Mental Illness in Goya’s Yard with Lunatics and Related Works (LXI, pp. 198-252)
Peter K. Klein

An Emended Joke in Gerald of Wales (LXI, pp. 253-254)
Michael Evans

A Note on the Ancestors of Christ in the Sistine Chapel (LXI, pp. 254-258)
Lisa Pon

Castiglione and Erasmus: Towards a Reconciliation? (LXI, pp. 258-260)
Guido Rebecchini

"The Lambe Speaketh..." An English Protestant Satire (LXI, pp. 261-267)
Rowena J. Smith

Joris Hoefnagel’s ‘Emblematic’ Signature Reconsidered (LXI, pp. 267-272)
Lubomir Konecny

Veronese, Callet and the Black Boy at the Feast (LXI, pp. 272-276)
Elizabeth McGrath

Vol. LX, 1997

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Lifting the Veil: Two Typological Diagrams in the Hortus deliciarum (LX, pp. 1-22)
Annette Kruger; Gabriele Runge

Merit and Money: The Procurators of St Mark and Their Commissioni, 1443-1605 (LX, pp. 23-88)
D. S. Chambers

Petrus Christus’s Our Lady of the Dry Tree (LX, pp. 89-110)
Hugo van der Velden

Greek Inscriptions on Two Venetian Renaissance Paintings (LX, pp. 111-129)
Mauro Lucco and Anna Pontani

Jacopo Tintoretto’s Altarpiece of St Agnes at the Madonna dell’Orto in Venice and the Memorialisation of Cardinal Contarini (LX, pp. 130-163)
Michael Douglas-Scott

The Last Tribute to Isabella of Bourbon at Salamanca (LX, pp. 164-193)
Emilia Montaner

John Evelyn and the Garden of Epicurus (LX, pp. 194-214)
Alastair Small and Carola Small

On Reynolds’s Use of de Piles, Locke, and Hume in His Essays on Rubens and Gainsborough (LX, pp. 215-229)
Amal Asfour and Paul Williamson

King Avicenna: The Iconographic Consequences of a Mistranslation (LX, pp. 230-243)
Dag Nikolaus Hasse

Piero della Francesca’s Giants (LX, pp. 243-247)
Paul Taylor and Caroline Van Eck

Youth and Spring in Botticelli’s Primavera (LX, pp. 248-251)
Nicolai Rubinstein

Lorenzo Lotto’s Virgin and Child with St Onophrius and St Ignatius of Antioch (LX, pp. 251-253)
David Ekserdjian

Savonarolan Prophecy in Leonardo’s Allegory with Wolf and Eagle (LX, pp. 253-260)
Josephine Jungic

Hans Mielich at Titian’s Studio (LX, pp. 260-261)
Charles Hope

Towards a History of the Library of Antonio Agustín (LX, pp. 261-272)
Marc Mayer

New Light on Two ‘Venuses’ by Correggio (LX, pp. 272-275)
Guido Rebecchini

The Enigma of St Joseph in Poussin’s Holy Family on the Steps (LX, pp. 276-281)
Joseph F. Chorpenning

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Vol. LIX, 1996

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The Knot of the Heavens (LIX, pp. 1-13)

Godefroid de Callatay

Two Astromagical Manuscripts of Alfonso X (LIX, pp. 14-23)
Alejandro Garcia Aviles

Giotto’s Allegories of Justice and the Commune in the Palazzo della Ragione in Padua: A Reconstruction(LIX, pp. 24-47)
Eva Frojmovic

Aristotle for the Layman: Sense Perception in the Poetry of Ausias March (LIX, pp. 48-60)
Lluis Cabre

The Crucified Monk (LIX, pp. 61-102)
Almuth Seebohm

New Findings about Andrea Mantegna: His Son Ludovico’s Post-Mortem Inventory (1510) (LIX, pp. 103-118)
Rodolfo Signorini

The Image of Alexander VI and Cesare Borgia in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (LIX, pp. 119-129)
J. N. Hillgarth

Britannia and Melita: Pseudomorphic Sisters (LIX, pp. 130-147)
Derk Kinnane-Roelofsma

The Florentine entrata of Joanna of Austria and other entrate Described in a German Diary (LIX, pp. 148-173)
M. A. Katritzky

Carolus Scribanius’s Observations on Art in Antwerp (LIX, pp. 174-204)
Julius S. Held

The Changing Image of Gustavus Adolphus on German Broadsheets, 1630-3 (LIX, pp. 205-244)
John Roger Paas

A Private Homage to Galileo. Anton Domenico Gabbiani’s Frescoes in the Pitti Palace (LIX, pp. 245-273)
Thomas Frangenberg

An ‘Early Christian’ Terracotta Altar (LIX, pp. 274-279)
David Knipp

Elkanah’s Gift: Texts and Meaning in the Bury Bible Miniature (LIX, pp. 279-285)
C. Michael Kauffmann

The Vision of St Anthony on a Thebaid Panel at Christ Church, Oxford (LIX, pp. 286-294)
Christian Heck

Erasmus on William Grocyn and Ps-Dionysius: A Re-Examination (LIX, pp. 294-303)
J. B. Trapp

The Creation of Adam: A Detail in Mantegna’s Madonna della Vittoria (LIX, pp. 303-304)
Rodolfo Signorini

Some Misdated Letters of Pietro Aretino (LIX, pp. 304-314)
Charles Hope

Henry VIII’s Illuminated ‘Great Bible’ (LIX, pp. 315-324)
Tatiana C. String

The Fortuna of Juan Gines de Sepulveda’s Translations of Aristotle and of Alexander of Aphrodisias (LIX, pp. 325-332)
Alejandro Coroleu

The Iconography of Velazquez’s Aesop (LIX, pp. 332-337)
Nicholas Tromans 

Vol. LVIII, 1995

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The St Albans Psalter: A Reconsideration (LVIII, pp. 1-28)

Kristine E. Haney

Defining the Corpus Aristotelicum: Scholastic Awareness of Aristotelian Spuria in the High Middle Ages (LVIII, pp. 29-51)

Steven J. Williams

The Villa Farnesina, Time-Telling Conventions and Renaissance Astrological Practice (LVIII, pp. 53-71)

Mary Quinlan-McGrath

Roman Customs Registers 1470-80: Items of Interest to Historians of Art and Material Culture (LVIII, pp. 72-87)

Arnold Esch

Botticelli’s Mystic Nativity, Savonarola and the Millennium (LVIII, pp. 89-114)

Rab Hatfield

The Art of Talking about Sculpture: Vasari, Borghini and Bocchi (LVIII, pp. 115-131)

Thomas Frangenberg

Ioannes Wower of Hamburg, Philologist and Polymath. A Preliminary Sketch of His Life and Works (LVIII, pp. 132-151)

Luc Deitz

Henry Savile and the Tychonic World-System (LVIII, pp. 152-179)

Robert Goulding

From Greek Proverb to Soap Advert: Washing the Ethiopian (LVIII, pp. 180-201)

Jean Michel Massing

Early Anglo-Norman Receipts for Colours (LVIII, pp. 203-209)

Tony Hunt

The Sitter for Jan van Eyck’s ‘Leal Sovvenir’ (LVIII, pp. 210-215)

Jacques Paviot

Scipio’s Wounds (LVIII, pp. 216-234)

Silvia Tomasi Velli

A Fifteenth-Century Site Report on the Vatican Obelisk (LVIII, pp. 234-248)

Brian Curran; Anthony Grafton

A Renaissance Image of Jupiter Stator (LVIII, pp. 249-252)

Paul Gwynne

Aspects of Collecting in Renaissance Padua: A Bust of Socrates for Niccolo Leonico Tomeo (LVIII, pp. 252-265)

Jonathan Woolfson; Andrew Gregory

A Garden of Statues and Marbles: The Soderini Collection in the Mausoleum of Augustus (LVIII, pp. 265-284)

Anna Maria Riccomini

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Vol. LVII, 1994

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From Pythagoras to the Turba philosophorum: Egypt and Pythagorean Tradition (LVII, pp. 1-13)
Peter Kingsley

The Sun’s Night Journey: A Pharaonic Image in Medieval Ireland (LVII, pp. 14-34)
John Carey

The Iconography of Kingship in the Walter of Milemete Treatise (LVII, pp. 35-47)
Michael Michael

Titian’s Mary Magdalen in the Palazzo Pitti: An Ambiguous Painting and Its Critics (LVII, pp. 48-59)
Bernard Aikema

Vesalius and Human Diversity in De humani corporis fabrica (LVII, pp. 60-88)
Nancy G. Siraisi

L’Homme-microcosme dans une estampe medico-philosophique du seizieme siecle (LVII, pp. 89-122)
H. D. Saffrey

An Egyptian Traveller in the Republic of Letters: Josephus Barbatus or Abudacnus the Copt (LVII, pp. 123-150)
Alastair Hamilton

Personata Stoa: Neostoicism and Senecan Tragedy (LVII, pp. 151-174)
Roland Mayer

Van Dyck’s Last Religious Commission: An Altarpiece for Antwerp Cathedral (LVII, pp. 175-190)
Frans Baudouin

The Geometry of a Dome: Ludovico David’s Dichiarazione della pittura della capella del Collegio Clementino di Roma (LVII, pp. 191-208)
Thomas Frangenberg

Horace Walpole and Eighteenth-Century Garden History (LVII, pp. 209-226)
Stephen Bending

Jacob Burckhardt as Architect of a New Art History (LVII, pp. 227-242)
Martina Sitt

Two Thirteenth-Century Manuscripts of Crusader Legal Texts from Saint-Jean d’Acre (LVII, pp. 243-254)
Peter Edbury; Jaroslav Folda

Matthias Wagener and Traces of Antonite Humanism in Cologne (LVII, pp. 254-263)
Peter Macardle

Antique Candelabra in Frescoes by Bernardino Gatti and a Drawing by Giulio Romano (LVII, pp. 264-269)
Jacqueline Biscontin

Two Notes on Decorations in the Galerie Francois I at Fontainebleau (LVII, pp. 270-278)
Sylvie Beguin

The Pythagorean Inscription on Rosa’s London ‘Self-Portrait’ (LVII, pp. 278-283)
Eckhard Leuschner

Vol. LVI, 1993

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Poimandres: The Etymology of the Name and the Origins of the Hermetica (LVI, pp. 1-24)

Peter Kingsley

Medieval Byzantine Magical Amulets and Their Tradition (LVI, pp. 25-62)

Jeffrey Spier

Europa and the Winged Mercury on Two Cassone Panels from the Czartoryski Collection (LVI, pp. 63-74)

Jerzy Miziolek

The Rhetorical Works of George of Trebizond and their Debt to Cicero (LVI, pp. 75-84)

C. Joachim Classen

Infanticide in Passover Iconography (LVI, pp. 85-99)

David J. Malkiel

Aristotle as a Source for Leonardo’s Theory of Colour Perspective after 1500 (LVI, pp. 100-118)

Janis Bell

Tommaso della Porta’s ‘Castles in the Air’ (LVI, pp. 119-167)

Gerda Panofsky

The Geometrical Order of the World: Otto Van Veen’s Physicae et theologicae conclusiones (LVI, pp. 168-182)

Christoph Geissmar

The Stuart Court Masque and the Theatre of the Greeks (LVI, pp. 183-208)

John Peacock

Egbert van Heemskerck’s Quaker Meetings Revisited (LVI, pp. 209-228)

Harry Mount

The Political Background to Thornhill’s Paintings in St Paul’s Cathedral (LVI, pp. 229-237)

Carol Gibson-Wood

Some Eighteenth-Century ‘Restored’ Boxers (LVI, pp. 238-255)

Seymour Howard

‘Puro senza ornato’: Masaccio, Cristoforo Landino and Leonardo da Vinci (LVI, pp. 256-260)

Hellmut Wohl

Isabella d’Este’s Philostratos (LVI, pp. 260-267)

Michael Koortbojian; Ruth Webb

Wealth, Art, and Display: The Grimani Cameos in Renaissance Venice (LVI, pp. 268-274)

Marilyn Perry

New Documents concerning the Discovery and Early History of the Nozze Aldobrandini (LVI, pp. 274-280)

Francesca Cappelletti; Caterina Volpi

An Apocryphal Source in the Me’ or ‘Enayim of Azariah de’ Rossi (LVI, pp. 280-284)

Joanna Weinberg

Vol. LV, 1992

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The Black Andromeda (LV, pp. 1-18)

Elizabeth McGrath

Medieval Proverb Collections: The West European Tradition (LV, pp. 19-35)

Barry Taylor

The Arabic Beast Fable (LV, pp. 36-50)

Robert Irwin

The Early History of the Tempio Malatestiano (LV, pp. 51-154)

Charles Hope

The Auto da Fe: Ritual and Imagery (LV, pp. 155-168)

Francisco Bethencourt

Agricola’s Use of the Comparison between Writing and the Visual Arts (LV, pp. 169-179)

Peter Mack

Rosso Fiorentino’s Betrothal of the Virgin: Patronage and Interpretation (LV, pp. 180-199)

David Franklin

Republicanism in the Visual Propaganda of Cosimo I de’ Medici (LV, pp. 200-209)

Henk Th. van Veen

The Concept of Houding in Dutch Art Theory (LV, pp. 210-232)

Paul Taylor

The Theory of the Musical Modes in the Academie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture (LV, pp. 233-248)

Jennifer Montagu

The Reasoning Eye: Alexander Pope’s Typographic Vision in the Essay on Man (LV, pp. 249-262)

Tania Rideout

The Chancellor’s Two Bodies: Note on a Miniature in BNP lat. 4915 (LV, pp. 263-265)

P. S. Lewis

The Frontispiece to an Illuminated Panegyric of Henry VII: A Note on the Sources (LV, pp. 266-270)

Paul Gwynne

Domenico Campagnola’s Premonition of Meliboeus (LV, pp. 270-272)

Louis Waldman

Francesco Bocchi on Disegno (LV, pp. 272-277)

Claudia Hattendorff

Cesare Ripa and the Sala Clementina (LV, pp. 277-282)

Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe

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Vol. LIV, 1991

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The Ysagoge in Theologiam and the Commentaries Attributed to Bernard Silvestris (LIV, pp. 1-42)

Michael Evans

The Great History of Troy: A Reassessment of the Development of a Secular Theme in Late Medieval Art (LIV, pp. 43-82)

Scot McKendrick

Hercules and David in the Early Decoration of the Palazzo Vecchio: Manuscript Evidence (LIV, pp. 83-98)

Maria Monica Donato

The Torlonia Vase: History and Visual Records from the Fifteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries (LIV, pp. 99-116)

Luca Leoncini

Real Architecture, Imaginary History: The Arsenale Gate as Venetian Mythology (LIV, pp. 117-126)

Ralph Lieberman

Leonardo da Vinci’s Grotesque Heads and the Breaking of the Physiognomic Mould (LIV, pp. 127-136)

Michael W. Kwakkelstein

Perspectivist Aristotelianism: Three Case-Studies of Cinquecento Visual Theory (LIV, pp. 137-158)

Thomas Frangenberg

Alessandro Farnese, Giovanni della Casa and Titian’s Danae in Naples (LIV, pp. 159-171)

Roberto Zapperi

A Florentine Sketchbook: Architecture, Apparati and the Accademia del Disegno (LIV, pp. 172-185)

R. A. Scorza

From Imaginary Drama to Dramatized Imagery: The Mappe-Monde Nouvelle Papistique, 1566-67 (LIV, pp. 186-205)

Dror Wahrman

A Spartan Academic Banquet in Siena (LIV, pp. 206-225)

Francois Quiviger

A Fragment of ‘Liberal Arts’ Embroidery (LIV, pp. 226-230)

Margaret Gibson

The Superiority of Taste (LIV, pp. 230-238)

Charles Burnett

Pietro d’Abano on Giotto (LIV, pp. 238-244)

J. Thomann

Riccobaldo of Ferrara and Giotto: An Update (LIV, p. 244)

A. T. Hankey

The Camera dello Zodiaco of Federico II Gonzaga (LIV, pp. 244-247)

Kristen Lippincott; Rodolfo Signorini

Daniele da Volterra’s Satirical Defence of His Art (LIV, pp. 247-252)

David Jaffe

Archaeologists or Pharisees? Reflections on a Painting by Maarten van Heemskerck (LIV, pp. 253-256)

E. H. Gombrich

Iungit Amor: Royal Marriage Imagery in France, 1550-1750 (LIV, pp. 256-261)

David Watkin

Milton, Fletcher and the Gunpowder Plot (LIV, pp. 261-268)

David Quint

Disegni for the Tomb of Alexander VII (LIV, pp. 268-273)

Michael Koortbojian

Vol. LIII, 1990

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Astronomical Chronology and Prophecy: Jean-Dominique Cassini’s Discovery of Josephus’s Great Lunisolar Period of the Patriarchs (LIII, pp. 1-13)
N. M. Swerdlow

Ancient Perspective and Euclid’s Optics (LIII, pp. 14-41)
Richard Tobin

Transfiguratio Domini in the Apse at Mount Sinai and the Symbolism of Light (LIII, pp. 42-60)
Jerzy Miziolek

The Consolatio Philosophiae of Boethius in Medieval Spain (LIII, pp. 61-70)
Dietrich Briesemeister

A Metrological Investigation (LIII, pp. 71-97)
Peter Kidson

Galvano Fiamma, Azzone Visconti and the Revival of the Classical Theory of Magnificence (LIII, pp. 98-113)
Louis Green

Measured Appearances: Documentation and Design in Early Perspective Drawing (LIII, pp. 114-132)
Jehane R. Kuhn

The Sepulchre on the Façade: A Re-Evaluation of Sigismondo Malatesta’s Rebuilding of San Francesco in Rimini (LIII, pp. 133-143)
Helen S. Ettlinger

Cosimo de’ Medici and the ‘Platonic Academy’ (LIII, pp. 144-162)
James Hankins

The Image of a Fifteenth-Century Court: Secular Frescoes for the Castello di Porta Giovia, Milan (LIII, pp. 163-184)
Evelyn Samuels Welch

Two Astrological Ceilings Reconsidered: The Sala di Galatea in the Villa Farnesina and the Sala del Mappamondo at Caprarola (LIII, pp. 185-207)
Kristen Lippincott

An Illustrated Incunable of Pliny’s Natural History in the Biblioteca Palatina, Parma (LIII, pp. 208-216)
Hermann Walter

Ars Tornandi: Baroque Architecture and the Lathe (LIII, pp. 217-236)
Joseph Connors

Petronius and Neo-Latin Satire: The Reception of the Cena Trimalchionis (LIII, pp. 237-249)
Anthony Grafton

‘Johannes Tertius’: Goethe and Renaissance Latin Poetry (LIII, pp. 250-265)
Peter Godman

Expiatory Monuments by Carlo Marochetti in Dorset and the Isle of Wight (LIII, pp. 266-280)
Philip Ward-Jackson

The Trail for Archimedes’s Tomb (LIII, pp. 281-286)
D. L. Simms

Archimedes’s Tomb and the Artists: A Postscript (LIII, pp. 286-288)
J. B. Trapp

The Name Picatrix: Transcription or Translation? (LIII, pp. 289-296)
J. Thomann

Filarete’s Portrait Signature on the Bronze Doors of St Peter’s and the Dance of Bathykles and His Assistants (LIII, pp. 296-299)
Catherine King

Pollaiuolo’s Lost Hercules and the Lion Recorded on Maiolica? (LIII, pp. 299-301)
Timothy Wilson

The Procession Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I: A Note on a Tradition (LIII, pp. 301-307)
David Armitage

Cesare Ripa: New Biographical Evidence (LIII, pp. 307-312)
Chiara Stefani

The Story of Dryope: A Rare Subject from Ovid’s Metamorphoses (LIII, pp. 312-315)
Ursula Sdunnus

1980s: volumes XLIII–LII

Lists of Contents for the following volumes are listed below (in descending order):

Vol. LII (1989); Vol. LI (1988); Vol. L (1987); Vol. XLIX (1986); Vol. XLVIII (1985); Vol. XLVII (1984); Vol. XLVI (1983); Vol. XLV (1982); Vol. XLIV (1981); Vol. XLIII (1980).  

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Vol. LII, 1989

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Indian Planetary Images and the Tradition of Astral Magic (LII, pp. 1-13)

David Pingree

The Battle between Christ and Satan in the Tiberius Psalter (LII, pp. 14-33)

K. M. Openshaw

Action and Report: The Problem of Indirect Narration in the Academic Theory of Painting (LII, pp. 34-51)

Sixten Ringbom

On the Prehistory of Politian’s Miscellaneorum centuria secunda (LII, pp. 52-70)

Francesco Lo Monaco

The Illustrious Poets in Signorelli’s Frescoes for the Cappella Nuova of Orvieto Cathedral (LII, pp. 71-84)

Rose Marie San Juan

Vincenzo Borghini and the Impresa (LII, pp. 85-110)

R. A. Scorza

A Treatise by Francesco Bocchi in Praise of Andrea del Sarto (LII, pp. 111-139)

Robert Williams

Some Elizabethan Allegorical Paintings: A Preliminary Enquiry (LII, pp. 140-166)

David Evett

Jonathan Richardson, Lord Somers’s Collection of Drawings, and Early Art-Historical Writing in England (LII, pp. 167-187)

Carol Gibson-Wood

Private and Public Patronage in Victorian Newcastle (LII, pp. 188-208)

Dianne Sachko Macleod

Aristotle’s Advice to Alexander: Two English Metrical Versions of an Alexandreis Passage (LII, pp. 209-213)

Telfryn Pritchard

The Nomoi of Gemistos Plethon in the Light of Plato’s Laws (LII, pp. 214-219)

Ruth Webb

An Unknown Letter by Vittorino da Feltre (LII, pp. 219-221)

D. S. Chambers

Leon Battista Alberti’s Inscriptions on the Holy Sepulchre in the Cappella Rucellai, San Pancrazio, Florence (LII, pp. 221-228)

Christine M. Sperling

When Was Michelangelo Born? (LII, pp. 228-232)

Kristen Lippincott

S. Kolsky

An Allegory of Renaissance Politics in a Contemporary Italian Engraving: The Prognostic of 1510 (LII, pp. 236-240)

Mark J. Zucker

St Luke of Bavaria by Engelhard de Pee (LII, pp. 240-245)

Zygmunt Wazbinski

Rubens’s Latin Inscriptions on His Copies after Holbein’s Dance of Death (LII, pp. 245-250)

Kristin Lohse Belkin

Painted Statues, Ben Jonson and Shakespeare (LII, pp. 250-253)

B. J. Sokol

Hannibal’s Dream: A Painting by Jan Miel after an Idea by Emanuele Tesauro (LII, pp. 253-256)
Friso Lammertse

New Light on the Spanish Ambassador’s Purchases from Charles I’s Collection 1649-53 (LII, pp. 257-267)
Albert J. Loomie

Hogarth’s Fruitful Invention: Observations on Harlot’s Progress, Plate III (LII, pp. 267-269)
Barry Wind

Vol. LI, 1988

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The Letter of Mardochaeus the Jew to Alexander the Great: A Lecture in Memory of Arnaldo Momigliano (LI, pp. 1-13)

A. C. Dionisotti

Calendar Dates and Ominous Days in Ancient Historiography (LI, pp. 14-42)

A. T. Grafton; N. M. Swerdlow

Maimonides in Muscovy: Medical Texts and Terminology (LI, pp. 43-65)

W. F. Ryan

Joachimist Prophecies in Sebastiano del Piombo’s Borgherini Chapel and Raphael’s Transfiguration (LI, pp. 66-83)

Josephine Jungic

Jurisconsultus Perfectus: The Lawyer as Renaissance Man (LI, pp. 84-102)

Donald R. Kelley

Cassiano dal Pozzo’s Copy of the Zaccolini Manuscripts (LI, pp. 103-125)

Janis C. Bell

The Reception of the ‘New Philosophy’ in Eighteenth-Century Spain (LI, pp. 126-140)

Anthony Pagden

Sir Joshua Reynolds and Italian Art and Art Literature. A Study of the Sketchbooks in the British Museum and in Sir John Soane’s Museum (LI, pp. 141-168)

Giovanna Perini

Remarks on a Magical Inscription (LI, p. 169)

R. W. Daniel; P. J. Sijpesteijn

Ramon Lull and Ecstatic Kabbalah: A Preliminary Observation (LI, pp. 170-174)

Moshe Idel

The Assumption of the Virgin on the Tabernacle of Orsanmichele (LI, pp. 174-180)

Brendan Cassidy

Snow Blindness and Underground Fish-Migration: Two More Notes on Theophrastus (LI, pp. 181-184)

R. W. Sharples

Piers Plowman and Local Iconography: The Font at Eardisley, Herefordshire (LI, pp. 184-186)

R. E. Kaske

Mnemosyne and Calliope in the ‘Chapel of the Muses’, San Francesco, Rimini (LI, pp. 186-187)

Catherine King

More on Ibn Al-Hatim (LI, pp. 188-190)

Kristen Lippincott

Did Leonardo Develop a Theory of Curvilinear Perspective?: Together with Some Remarks on the ‘Angle’ and ‘Distance’ Axioms (LI, pp. 190-196)

James Elkins

The Iconographical Sources of a Composite Manuscript from the Library of Raphael de Mercatellis (LI, pp. 197-209)

Alain Arnould

Cannibalized Prints and Early Art History: Vasari, Bellori and Freart de Chambray on Raphael (LI, pp. 210-220)

Jeremy Wood

The Prophet Armed: Machiavelli, Savonarola, and Rosso Fiorentino’s Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro (LI, pp. 220-225)

Vivien Gaston

Francesco Xanto Avelli and Petrarch (LI, pp. 225-234)

Alison Holcroft

Homer, Greek Heroes and Hellenism in Giulio Romano’s Hall of Troy (LI, pp. 235-242)

Bette L. Talvacchia

Some Newly-Discovered Works by Pirro Ligorio (LI, pp. 242-245)

Ginette Vagenheim

Caravaggio’s Calling of St Matthew Reconsidered (LI, pp. 245-250)

Angela Hass

The Meaning of Perseus and Andromeda in the Farnese Gallery and on the Rubens House (LI, pp. 250-260)

John Beldon Scott

Rembrandt’s Jeremiah (LI, pp. 260-264)

Sanford Budick

Vol. L, 1987

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Foreword to the Fiftieth Volume (L, unpaginated, 1 p.)

C. M. Kauffmann; J. B. Trapp

Panofsky, Suger and St Denis (L, pp. 1-17)

Peter Kidson

Pietro Lorenzetti and the History of the Carmelite Order (L, pp. 18-28)

Joanna Cannon

Classical Themes in the Decoration of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence (L, pp. 29-43)

Nicolai Rubinstein

Annius of Viterbo and Historical Method (L, pp. 44-56)

Christopher R. Ligota

Ibn al-Hatim on the Talismans of the Lunar Mansions (L, pp. 57-81)

Kristen Lippincott; David Pingree

The Private Chapel of Cardinal Alessandro Farnese in the Cancelleria, Rome (L, pp. 82-112)

Patricia Rubin

The ‘Bellissimo Ingegno’ of Ferdinando Gonzaga (1587-1626), Cardinal and Duke of Mantua (L, pp. 113-147)

D. S. Chambers

Velazquez and Murillo in Nineteenth-Century Britain. An Approach through Prints (L, pp. 148-159)

Enriqueta Harris

Lord Ronald Gower, Gustave Dore and the Genesis of the Shakespeare Memorial at Stratford-on-Avon (L, pp. 160-170)

Philip Ward-Jackson

Concerning Warburg’s ‘Costumi teatrali’ and Angelo Solerti (L, pp. 171-188)

A. M. Meyer

The Earliest Chiromancy in the West (L, pp. 189-195)

Charles S. F. Burnett

A Baronial Bestiary: Heraldic Evidence for the Patronage of MS Bodley 764 (L, pp. 196-200)

Ronald Baxter

The Medallions on the Sistine Ceiling (L, pp. 200-204)

Charles Hope

Ajax and Cassandra: An Antique Cameo and a Drawing by Raphael (L, pp. 204-205)

Ruth Rubinstein

The Venus Belvedere: An Episode in Restoration (L, pp. 205-214)

Arnold Nesselrath

The Illustrations of Lucian’s Imago vitae aulicae (L, pp. 214-219)

Jean Michel Massing

Benedetto Varchi and the Visual Arts (L, pp. 219-224)

Francois Quiviger

An Early Seventeenth-Century Canon of Artistic Excellence: Pierleone Casella’s Elogia Illustrium Artificum of 1606 (L, pp. 224-232)

E. H. Gombrich

Rubens’s Musathena (L, pp. 233-245)

Elizabeth McGrath

Rembrandt’s Woman Taken in Adultery (L, pp. 245-252)

Michael Podro

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Vol. XLIX, 1986

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The Twelfth-Century Crusading Window of the Abbey of Saint-Denis: Praeteritorum Enim Recordatio Futurorum est Exhibitio (XLIX, pp. 1-40)

Elizabeth A. R. Brown; Michael W. Cothren

An Early French Humanist and Sallust: Jean Lebegue and the Iconographical Programme for the Catiline and Jugurtha (XLIX, pp. 41-65)

Donal Byrne

Piero della Francesca’s Treatment of Edge Distortion (XLIX, pp. 66-90)

J. V. Field

Bramante, Michelangelo and the Sistine Ceiling (XLIX, pp. 91-105)

Charles Robertson

De emendata structura latini sermonis: The Latin Grammar of Thomas Linacre (XLIX, pp. 106-125)

Kristian Jensen

The Mirabilis Liber: Its Compilation and Influence (XLIX, pp. 126-149)

Jennifer Britnell; Derek Stubbs

The Image and the Moving Eye: Jean Pelerin (Viator) to Guidobaldo del Monte (XLIX, pp. 150-171)

Thomas Frangenberg

A Cambridge Platonist’s Materialism: Henry More and the Concept of Soul (XLIX, pp. 172-195)

John Henry

Shakespearean Allusion in English Caricature in the Age of Gillray (XLIX, pp. 196-210)

Jonathan Bate

John of Damascus, De fide orthodoxa: Translations by Burgundio (1153/54), Grosseteste (1235/40) and Lefevre d’Etaples (1507) (XLIX, pp. 211-217)

Irena Backus

Alexander the Great in Medieval Hebrew Literature (XLIX, pp. 218-226)

W. Jac. van Bekkum

Van Eyck’s Illuminated Carafe (XLIX, pp. 227-230)

Brian Madigan

Roger Bacon and the Composition of Marsilio Ficino’s De vita longa (De vita, Book II) (XLIX, pp. 230-233)

John R. Clark

Mantegna’s Unknown Sons: A Rediscovered Epitaph (XLIX, pp. 233-235)

Rodolfo Signorini

The Apollo Belvedere and the Garden of Giuliano della Rovere at SS. Apostoli (XLIX, pp. 235-238)

Deborah Brown

Durer’s Dreams (XLIX, pp. 238-244)

Jean Michel Massing

A Proposal for the Foundation Date of the Villa Farnesina (XLIX, pp. 245-250)

Mary Quinlan-McGrath

Syphilis and Bronzino’s London Allegory (XLIX, pp. 250-255)

J. F. Conway

The Case for the 1593 Edition of Thomas Combe’s Theater of Fine Devices (XLIX, pp. 255-257)

Peter M. Daly

Michelangelo’s Lost Sleeping Cupid and Fetti’s Vertumnus and Pomona (XLIX, pp. 257-259)

Ruth Rubinstein

Ronsard’s Odes as a Source for Poussin’s Aurora and Cephalus (XLIX, pp. 259-261)

Philip L. Sohm

Arthur’s Round Table in Hudibras (XLIX, pp. 261-264)

David Carlson

Vol. XLVIII, 1985

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The Five Senses in Late Medieval and Renaissance Art (XLVIII, pp. 1-22)

Carl Nordenfalk

Rudolph Agricola’s Reading of Literature (XLVIII, pp. 23-41)

Peter Mack

The Astrological Vault of the Camera di Griselda from Roccabianca (XLVIII, pp. 43-70)

Kristen Lippincott

Giovanni Battista Benedetti on the Mathematics of Linear Perspective (XLVIII, pp. 71-99)

J. V. Field

From De die natali to De emendatione temporum: The Origins and Setting of Scaliger’s Chronology (XLVIII, pp. 100-143)

Anthony Grafton

Minimum and Maximum, Finite and Infinite Bruno and the Northumberland Circle (XLVIII, pp. 144-163)

Hilary Gatti

Goethe and Caricature: From Hogarth to Topffer (XLVIII, pp. 164-188)

David Kunzle

Imagerie populaire et caricature: la graphique politique antinapoleonienne en Russie et ses antecedents petroviens (XLVIII, pp. 189-221)

Marina Peltzer

Mercury at the Crossroads in Renaissance Emblems (XLVIII, pp. 222-229)

Barbara C. Bowen

Agrippa, Leonardo and the Codex Huygens (XLVIII, pp. 229-234)

Frank Zollner

Don Quixote in Broadsheets of the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries (XLVIII, pp. 234-238)

Johannes Hartau

Hogarth’s Madmen (XLVIII, pp. 238-242)

Jane E. Kromm 

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Vol. XLVII, 1984

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The Grave of Vergil (XLVII, pp. 1-31)

J. B. Trapp

An Anglo-Saxon Portable Altar: Inscription and Iconography (XLVII, pp. 32-51)

Elisabeth Okasha; Jennifer O’Reilly

Alberti’s De Pictura: Its Literary Structure and Purpose (XLVII, pp. 52-71)

D. R. Edward Wright

Fra Giocondo da Verona and His Edition of Vitruvius (XLVII, pp. 72-90)

Lucia A. Ciapponi

The Astrological Vault of the Villa Farnesina Agostino Chigi’s Rising Sign (XLVII, pp. 91-105)

Mary Quinlan-McGrath

Art and Propaganda in Late Renaissance and Baroque Florence: The Defeat of Radagasius, King of the Goths (XLVII, pp. 106-118)

Henk Th. van Veen

Marlborough, Art and Diplomacy: The Background to Peter Strudel’s Drawing of Time Revealing Truth and Confounding Fraudulence (XLVII, pp. 119-135)

P. M. Barber

Basle, Bachofen and the Critique of Modernity in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century (XLVII, pp. 136-185)

Lionel Gossman

Some Medieval and Renaissance Citations of Theophrastus (XLVII, pp. 186-190)

R. W. Sharples

Seven Manuscripts Palla Strozzi Gave to the S. Giustina Library (XLVII, pp. 190-191)

Mark L. Sosower

The Birth Date of Agostino Chigi: Documentary Proof (XLVII, pp. 192-193)

Ingrid. D. Rowland

Some Panegyrics to Agostino Chigi (XLVII, pp. 194-199)

Ingrid D. Rowland

An Unpublished ‘Pronosticatio’ on the Return of Charles VIII to Italy (XLVII, pp. 200-203)

Amnon Linder

The Ominous Play of Children: Thomas More’s Adaptation of an Image from Antiquity (XLVII, pp. 204-205)

Walter M. Gordon

Pirro Ligorio, the Casino of Pius IV, and Antiques for the Medici: Some New Documents (XLVII, pp. 205-209)

Robert W. Gaston

An Early Sixteenth-Century Genealogy of Anglo-Saxon Kings (XLVII, pp. 209-216)

C. M. Kauffmann

The Astrological Decoration of the Sala dei Venti in the Palazzo del Te (XLVII, pp. 216-222)

Kristen Lippincott

How Hermes Trismegistus Was Introduced to Renaissance England: The Influences of Caxton and Ficino’s ‘Argumentum’ on Baldwin and Palfreyman (XLVII, pp. 222-225)

J. S. Gill

Jean de La Jessee and the Family of Love in France (XLVII, pp. 225-228)

Heather Ingman

Account-Book Covers in Some Vanitas Still-Life Paintings (XLVII, pp. 229-231)

Basil S. Yamey

A Note on the Iconography of a Medal of Lavinia Fontana (XLVII, pp. 232-234)

Jean Owens Schaefer

Milton and the Lives of the Ancients (XLVII, pp. 234-238)

Gordon Campbell

Vol. XLVI, 1983

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Towards an Iconography of Anglo-Saxon Architecture (XLVI, pp. 1-18)

Richard Gem

The Illustration of Pliny’s Historia naturalis: Manuscripts before 1430 (XLVI, pp. 19-39)

Lilian Armstrong

Textual Interpretation in Italy, 1350-1450: Seneca’s Letter I to Lucilius (XLVI, pp. 40-62)

Letizia A. Panizza

Giordano Bruno: The Texts in the Library of the Ninth Earl of Northumberland (XLVI, pp. 63-77)

Hilary Gatti

Protestant versus Prophet: Isaac Casaubon on Hermes Trismegistus (XLVI, pp. 78-93)

Anthony Grafton

The University as Cloister, Garden and Tree of Knowledge. An Iconographic Invention in the University of Cuzco (XLVI, pp. 94-132)

Francisco Stastny

The Iconography of Stourhead (XLVI, pp. 133-143)

Malcolm Kelsall

British Travellers and Scholars in the Roman Catacombs 1450-1900 (XLVI, pp. 144-165)

Robert W. Gaston

Walter Pater’s Marius the Epicurean. The Imaginary Portrait as Cultural History (XLVI, pp. 166-190)

Jules Lubbock

Edvard Munch’s Dramatic Images 1892-1909 (XLVI, pp. 191-206)

Carla Lathe

Giovanni Rucellai: An Epitaph, p. 207

F. W. Kent

Proverbial Wisdom and Social Criticism: Two New Pages from the Walters Art Gallery’s Proverbes en rimes (XLVI, pp. 208-210)

Jean Michel Massing

‘The Prison of Love’: A Medieval Romance in the French Renaissance and Its Illustration (B. N. MS fr. 2150) (XLVI, pp. 211-221)

Myra Dickman Orth

Emblems and Devices on a Ceiling in the Chateau of Dampierre-sur-Boutonne (XLVI, pp. 221-228)

Maria Antonietta de Angelis

‘The Drunken Alcibiades’: Rubens’s Picture of Plato’s Symposium (XLVI, pp. 228-235)

Elizabeth McGrath

Rembrandt and The Slaughtered Ox (XLVI, pp. 235-239)

Kenneth M. Craig

The Cat and the Cradle (XLVI, pp. 240-242)

Julian Treuherz

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Vol. XLV, 1982

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‘This Story Is Not True.’ Fact and Fiction in Antiquity (XLV, pp. 1-13)

C. R. Ligota

An Illustrated Fragment of Peraldus’s Summa of Vice: Harleian MS 3244 (XLV, pp. 14-68)

Michael Evans

Simone Martini, the Dominicans and the Early Sienese Polyptych (XLV, pp. 69-93)

Joanna Cannon

Below the Angel: An Urbanistic Project in the Rome of Pope Nicholas V (XLV, pp. 94-124)

Charles Burroughs

Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and Jochanan Alemanno (XLV, pp. 125-147)

B. C. Novak

The Liturgical and Commemorative Allusions in Raphael’s Transfiguration and Failure to Heal (XLV, pp. 148-159)

Catherine King

Annibal Caro as Iconographer: Sources and Method (XLV, pp. 160-181)

Clare Robertson

Early Medieval Wall-Painting in the Church of San Clemente, Rome: The Libertinus Cycle and Its Date (XLV, pp. 182-185)

John Osborne

An Illustrated Greek Astronomical Manuscript. Commentary of Theon of Alexandria on the Handy Tables and Scholia and Other Writings of Ptolemy concerning Them (XLV, pp. 185-192)

David Pingree

Jewish Participation in Royal Funerary Rites: An Early Use of the Representatio in Aragon (XLV, pp. 192-194)

Elena Lourie

Marsilio Ficino and the Twelve Gods of the Zodiac (XLV, pp. 195-202)

Carol V. Kaske

Botticelli’s ‘Primavera’: che volea s’intendesse (XLV, pp. 202-210)

Paul Holberton

Bosch’s Wanderer and a Poverty Commonplace from Juvenal (XLV, pp. 211-216)

Rene Graziani

Machiavelli and the Interpretation of the Chiron Myth in France (XLV, pp. 217-225)

Heather Ingman

The Geometric Body in Durer’s Engraving Melencolia I (XLV, pp. 226-232)

Terence Lynch

The Court: Castiglione’s Ideal and Tudor Reality; Being a Discussion of Sir Thomas Wyatt’s Satire Addressed to Sir Francis Bryan (XLV, pp. 232-239)

David Starkey

Bronzino’s Allegory in the National Gallery (XLV, pp. 239-243)

Charles Hope

Marvell and the Twelve Caesars (XLV, pp. 244-248)

R. J. Dingley

La Fontaine Egyptologue (XLV, pp. 248-250)

Jean Seznec

The Baluster Column: A European Motif in Mughal Architecture and Its Meaning (XLV, pp. 251-262)

Ebba Koch

Transformations of Cervantes’s ‘La Gitanilla’ in Dutch Art (XLV, pp. 263-270)

Ivan Gaskell

An Unpublished Letter on the Theme of Religion from Count Lorenzo Magalotti to the Honourable Robert Boyle in 1672 (XLV, pp. 271-278)

Anna Maria Crino

Vol. XLIV, 1981

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A Locus Classicus of Colour Theory: The Fortunes of Apelles (XLIV, pp. 1-26)

John Gage

Between the Ghaya and Picatrix. I: The Spanish Version (XLIV, pp. 27-56)

David Pingree

Vincenzo Borghini and Invenzione: The Florentine Apparato of 1565 (XLIV, pp. 57-75)

R. A. Scorza

El Greco’s Entombment of the Count of Orgaz and Spanish Medieval Tomb Art (XLIV, pp. 76-89)

Franz Philipp

Dreams and Picture-Writing: Some Examples of This Comparison from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century (XLIV, pp. 90-100)

Alice Browne

Prolegomena to Friedrich August Wolf (XLIV, pp. 101-129)

Anthony Grafton

Cubism and ‘The Fourth Dimension’ in the Context of the Late Nineteenth-Century and Early Twentieth-Century Revival of Occult Idealism (XLIV, pp. 130-147)

Tom H. Gibbons

Leviathan, Behemoth and Ziz: A Christian Adaptation (XLIV, pp. 148-156)

Lois Drewer

A Walrus Ivory Pyx and the Visitatio Sepulchri (XLIV, pp. 157-160)

T. A. Heslop

A Note on the Origins of the Third Vatican Mythographer (XLIV, pp. 160-166)

Charles S. F. Burnett

Hermann of Carinthia and the Kitab al-Istamatis: Further Evidence for the Transmission of Hermetic Magic (XLIV, pp. 167-169)

Charles S. F. Burnett

Two Scholastic Discussions of the Perception of Depth by Shading (XLIV, pp. 170-175)

Peter Marshall

A Textual Source for Ghiberti’s ‘Creation of Eve’ (XLIV, p. 176)

Helen Ettlinger

Laetentur Caeli: The Council of Florence and the Astronomical Fresco in the Old Sacristy (XLIV, pp. 176-180)

Patricia Fortini Brown

Acquisitions for Ludovico II Gonzaga’s Library (XLIV, pp. 180-183)

Rodolfo Signorini

A Further Note on the Greek Manuscripts of Palla Strozzi (XLIV, pp. 183-185)

Heather J. Gregory

Hic Terminus Haeret: Du Terme d’Erasme a la devise de Claude Gouffier: la fortune d’un embleme a la Renaissance (XLIV, pp. 186-192)

Jean Guillaume

‘What Venus Did with Mars’: Battista Fiera and Mantegna’s ‘Parnassus’ (XLIV, pp. 193-198)

Roger Jones

A Presentation Volume for Henry VIII: The Charlecote Park Copy of Erasmus’s Institutio principis Christiani (XLIV, pp. 199-202)

Cecil H. Clough

A Lost Poem by Michelangelo? (XLIV, pp. 202-206)

Anthony Hughes

Marcantonio Michiel’s Mercury Statue: Astronomical or Astrological? (XLIV, pp. 207-209)

J. C. Eade

The Invention of Gunpowder (XLIV, pp. 209-211)

Scott Schaefer

The Chariot of Venus: A Note on Chapman’s Mythographical Sources (XLIV, pp. 211-213)

Supriya Chaudhuri

The Author of the Codex Huygens (XLIV, pp. 214-220)

Sergio Marinelli

Rubens’s Emblem of the Art of Painting (XLIV, pp. 221-222)

Jeffrey M. Muller

Thomas Hobbes and the ‘Far-Fetched’ (XLIV, pp. 222-232)

Elizabeth J. Cook

Picturing Hobbes’s Politics? The Illustrations to Philosophicall Rudiments (XLIV, pp. 232-237)

M. M. Goldsmith

Donec auferatur luna: The Facade of S. Maria della Pace (XLIV, pp. 238-239)

Peter Burke

The Source of Bunyan’s Mapp of Salvation (XLIV, pp. 240-241)

Gordon Campbell

Ars longa, vita brevis: The Watteau Study and Lord Percy by J. M. W. Turner (XLIV, pp. 241-247)

Gerald Finley

Vol. XLIII, 1980

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Some of the Sources of the Ghayat al-hakim (XLIII, pp. 1-15)

David Pingree

Bernard Silvestris, Natura, and Personification (XLIII, pp. 16-31)

Peter Dronke

The Reconstructed Toledo Speculum Humanae Salvationis: The Italian Connection in the Early Fourteenth Century (XLIII, pp. 32-51)

Evelyn Silber

The Windmill Psalter: The Historiated Letter E of Psalm One (XLIII, pp. 52-67)

Adelaide Bennett

Leon Battista Alberti’s System of Human Proportions (XLIII, pp. 68-96)

Jane Andrews Aiken

The Influence of Hermias on Marsilio Ficino’s Doctrine of Inspiration (XLIII, pp. 97-109)

Anne Sheppard

Two Commentaries on the Phaedrus: Ficino’s Indebtedness to Hermias (XLIII, pp. 110-129)

Michael J. B. Allen

Golden Age and Justice in Sixteenth-Century Florentine Political Thought and Imagery: Observations on Three Pictures by Jacopo Zucchi (XLIII, pp. 130-149)

Thomas Puttfarken

Greek Sculpture and Roman Copies I: Anton Raphael Mengs and the Eighteenth Century (XLIII, pp. 150-173)

A. D. Potts

An Aspect of the Early Gothic Revival: The Transformation of Medievalist Research, 1770-1800 (XLIII, pp. 174-185)

John Frew

The ‘Spectre’ of Science. The Study of Optical Phenomena and the Romantic Imagination (XLIII, pp. 186-200)

C. J. Wright

The Growth of Interest in Early Italian Painting in Britain: George Darley and the Athenaeum, 1834-1846 (XLIII, pp. 201-220)

Robyn Cooper

Eve as Reason in a Tradition of Allegorical Interpretation of the Fall (XLIII, pp. 221-226)

A. Kent Hieatt

Mechanical Wheels of Fortune, 1100-1547 (XLIII, pp. 227-233)

Alan H. Nelson

Tomaso da Modena, Simone Martini, Hungarians and St. Martin in Fourteenth-Century Italy (XLIII, pp. 234-238)

Stella Mary Newton

The Book of Wisdom and Lorenzetti’s Fresco in the Palazzo Pubblico at Siena (XLIII, pp. 239-241)

Chiara Frugoni

Cyriacus of Ancona and the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II (XLIII, pp. 242-246)

Julian Raby

Giovanni da Tolentino Goes to Rome: A Description of the Antiquities of Rome in 1490 (XLIII, pp. 246-256)

Richard Schofield

A New Look at Melencolia I (XLIII, pp. 257-258)

David Pingree

The Winged Bacchus (Pausanias, Rabelais and Later Emblematists) (XLIII, pp. 259-262)

M. A. Screech

A Scholion by Hermias to Plato’s Phaedrus and Its Adaptations in Pietro Testa’s Blinding of Homer and in Politian’s Ambra (XLIII, pp. 262-265)

Elizabeth Cropper

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1970s: volumes XXXII–XLII

Lists of Contents for the following volumes are listed below (in descending order):

Vol. XLII (1979); Vol. XLI (1978); Vol. XXXIX (1977); Vol. XXXVIII (1976); Vol. XXXVII (1975); Vol. XXXVI(1974); Vol. XXXV (1973); Vol. XXXIV (1972); Vol. XXXIII (1971); Vol. XXXII (1970).

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Vol. XLII, 1979

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Figured Poetry (XLII, pp. 1-15)

Elizabeth Cook

Saturn and the Jews (XLII, pp. 16-27)

Eric Zafran

The Problem of Provincialism: Byzantine Monasteries in Cappadocia and Monks in South Italy (XLII, pp. 28-46)

Ann Wharton Epstein

The Master of Gargilesse: A French Sculptor of the First Half of the Twelfth Century (XLII, pp. 47-64)

Adelheid Heimann

An Early Fourteenth-Century English Psalter in the Escorial (XLII, pp. 65-80)

Lucy Freeman Sandler

Pierfrancesco de’ Medici, 1430-1476: A Radical Alternative to Elder Medicean Supremacy? (XLII, pp. 81-103)

Alison Brown

Cupid and Psyche in Renaissance Painting before Raphael (XLII, pp. 104-121)

Luisa Vertova

Early Medicean Devices (XLII, pp. 122-143)

Francis Ames-Lewis

Jean Lemaire de Belges and Prophecy (XLII, pp. 144-166)

Jennifer Britnell

Rhetoric, Philology and Egyptomania in the 1570s: J. J. Scaliger’s Invective against M. Guilandinus’s Papyrus (XLII, pp. 167-194)

A. Grafton

George Gilbert Scott and the Martyrs’ Memorial (XLII, pp. 195-206)

Nicola C. Smith

On the Blank Daniel-Cycle in MS Junius II (XLII, pp. 207-213)

Peter J. Lucas

The Seven-Branched Candlestick as a Psalter Illustration (XLII, pp. 213-215)

Pamela Willetts

In the Wake of the Bury Bible: Followers of Master Hugo at Bury St. Edmunds (XLII, pp. 216-224)

Elizabeth Parker McLachlan

A Note on Pamphilus (XLII, pp. 225-230)

Peter Dronke

The Iconography of the Months at Lentini (XLII, pp. 230-233)

Nancy Rash Fabbri

Aspects of the Iconography of the Devil at the Crucifixion (XLII, pp. 233-235)

C. W. Marx; M. A. Skey

Francesco Filelfo’s Lost Letter De Ideis (XLII, pp. 236-249)

Jill Kraye

Lorenzo de’ Medici’s Acquisition of Poggio a Caiano in 1474 and an Early Reference to His Architectural Expertise (XLII, pp. 250-257)

F. W. Kent

Antonio Pollaiuolo’s Use of the Antique (XLII, pp. 257-263)

Laurie Fusco

Giulio Romano, Giovanni da Udine and Raphael: Some Influences from the Minor Arts of Antiquity (XLII, pp. 263-272)

Toby Yuen

Distat Enim Qvae Sydera te Excipiant (XLII, p. 273)

Rodolfo Signorini

Cosmas and Damian in the New Sacristy (XLII, pp. 274-277)

Till Verellen

The Last Will of Daniele Barbaro (XLII, pp. 277-282)

Bruce Boucher

The Author of a Renaissance Commentary on Pliny: Rivius, Trithemius or Aquaeus? (XLII, pp. 282-286)

Charles G. Nauert

A New Source for John Lyly’s Euphues and His England (XLII, pp. 286-289)

Gareth. J. Roberts

Landscape and the ‘Art Prospective’ in England, 1584-1660 (XLII, pp. 290-293)

James Turner 

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Vol. XLI, 1978

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The Medieval Legend of the Last Roman Emperor and Its Messianic Origin (XLI, pp. 1-15)

Paul J. Alexander

Medieval Illustrations of Bede’s Life of St. Cuthbert (XLI, pp. 16-49)

Malcolm Baker

The Vision of Thurkill (XLI, pp. 50-64)

Paul Gerhard Schmidt

The Discovery of an Early Man of Sorrows on a Dominican Triptych (XLI, pp. 65-75)

H. W. van Os

Lorenzo Valla’s De Vero Falsoque Bono, Lactantius and Oratorical Scepticism (XLI, pp. 76-107)

Letizia A. Panizza

Leonardo’s Eye (XLI, pp. 108-146)

James S. Ackerman

Doctor Parma’s Medicinal Macaronic: Poem by Bartolotti, Pictures by Giorgione and Titian (XLI, pp. 147-191)

William Schupbach

The Historiography of Discovery in the Renaissance: The Sources and Composition of Polydore Vergil’s De Inventoribus Rerum, I-III (XLI, pp. 192-214)

Brian P. Copenhaver

Cardinal Domenico Grimani’s Legacy of Ancient Art to Venice (XLI, pp. 215-244)

Marilyn Perry

The Painted Decoration of Rubens’s House (XLI, pp. 245-277)

Elizabeth McGrath

The Fonthill Abbey Pictures: Two Additions to the Hazlitt Canon (XLI, pp. 278-296)

Stanley Jones

The Corbels in the Dome of Loarre (XLI, pp. 297-301)

Katherine Watson

Gardens of Virtue in the Middle Ages (XLI, pp. 302-307)

Ellen Kosmer

Bishop Bradwardine on the Artificial Memory (XLI, pp. 307-312)

Beryl Rowland

The Political Significance of Uccello’s Battle of San Romano (XLI, pp. 313-316)

Gordon Griffiths

The Virgin Snail (XLI, p. 316)

Helen S. Ettlinger

A Dog Named Rubino (XLI, pp. 317-320)

Rodolfo Signorini

Hozi... Cadette il Naso a Virgilio (XLI, pp. 320-321)

Rodolfo Signorini

Papal Conclaves and Prophetic Mystery in the Sistine Chapel (XLI, pp. 322-326)

D. S. Chambers

Cupid Disarmed, or Venus Wounded? An Ovidian Source for Michelangelo and Bronzino (XLI, pp. 327-331)

William Keach

Aspects of Imitation in Cavino’s Medals (XLI, pp. 331-334)

Charles Davis

Bellori, Maratti and the Palazzo Altieri (XLI, pp. 334-340)

Jennifer Montagu

Goya’s Liberal Iconography: Two Images of Jovellanos (XLI, pp. 340-344)

Steven A. Mansbach

Pugin and Ruskin (XLI, pp. 344-350)

Patrick R. M. Conner 

Vol. XL, 1977

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John of Salisbury’s Manuscripts of Frontinus and of Gellius (XL, pp. 1-26)

Janet Martin

Saint Mark’s Trophies: Legend, Superstition, and Archaeology in Renaissance Venice (XL, pp. 27-49)

Marilyn Perry

The Brancacci Chapel: Studies in Its Iconography and History (XL, pp. 50-98)

Anthony Molho

Sant’Andrea at Mantua and Gonzaga Patronage 1460-1472 (XL, pp. 99-127)

D. S. Chambers

Leonardo and the Visual Pyramid (XL, pp. 128-149)

Martin Kemp

On the Scholarship of Politian and Its Context (XL, pp. 150-188)

A. Grafton

Lefevre d’Etaples, Symphorien Champier, and the Secret Names of God (XL, pp. 189-211)

Brian P. Copenhaver

Extraits des Glosae super Platonem de Guillaume de Conches dans un manuscrit de Londres (XL, pp. 212-222)

Edouard Jeauneau

The Coryciana and the Nymph Corycia (XL, pp. 223-239)

Phyllis Pray Bober

Andrea Palladio, Polybius and Julius Caesar (XL, pp. 240-255)

J. R. Hale

Descartes’s Dreams (XL, pp. 256-273)

Alice Browne

Herod’s Demon-Crown (XL, pp. 274-276)

Miriam Skey

John of Salisbury’s Policraticus in Thirteenth-Century England: The Evidence of Ms Cambridge Corpus Christi College 469 (XL, pp. 276-282)

Amnon Linder

New Light on the Circulation of the A-Text of Seneca’s Tragedies (XL, pp. 283-290)

R. H. Rouse; A. C. de la Mare

The Throne and the Seven-Branched Candlestick: Pico della Mirandola’s Hebrew Source (XL, pp. 290-292)

Moshe Idel

Two Notes on Diego da Sagredo (XL, pp. 292-300)

Nigel Llewellyn

The Authorship of the Recueil d’Arras (XL, pp. 301-313)

Lorne Campbell

Inigo Jones: An Allegory Recovered, p. 314

Stephen Orgel

Rubens’s Infant-Cornucopia (XL, pp. 315-318)

Elizabeth McGrath

A Sixteenth-Century Illustrated Treatise on Comets (XL, pp. 318-322)

Jean-Michel Massing

Vol. XXXIX, 1976

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An Early Fourteenth-Century English Breviary at Longleat (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 1-20)

Lucy Freeman Sandler

The Housing Problems of Cardinal Francesco Gonzaga (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 21-58)

D. S. Chambers

A Confraternity of the Holy Ghost and a Series of Paintings of the Life of the Virgin in London and Munich (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 59-68)

Stella Mary Newton

Magic and Radical Reformation in Agrippa of Nettesheim (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 69-103)

Paola Zambelli

Reuchlin’s De Verbo Mirifico and the Magic Debate of the Late Fifteenth Century (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 104-138)

Charles Zika

The Voynich ‘Roger Bacon’ Cipher Manuscript: Deciphered Maps of Stars (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 139-150)

Robert S. Brumbaugh

Arma Virumque... Nicolo dell’Abate’s Aeneid gabinetto for Scandiano (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 151-170)

Erika Langmuir

A Quaker-Kabbalist Controversy: George Fox’s Reaction to Francis Mercury van Helmont (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 171-189)

Allison Coudert

The Decorations for Archduke Leopold William’s State Entry into Antwerp (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 190-198)

Hans Vlieghe

The Stylistic Term ‘Plateresque’ (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 199-230)

J. B. Bury

The Legend of the Three Hermes and Abu Ma’shar’s Kitab al-Uluf in the Latin Middle Ages (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 231-234)

Charles S. F. Burnett

Bonaventura Berlinghieri’s Palmettes (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 234-236)

Ernst H. Gombrich

An Unpublished Bodleian Miniature: The Entombment in the Holy Sepulchre (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 236-237)

Barbara G. Lane

Bartolomeo Scala’s Dealings with Booksellers, Scribes and Illuminators, 1459-63: (1) Bartolomeo Scala (XXXIX, 1976, pp. 237-239)

A. M. Brown

Bartolomeo Scala’s Dealings with Booksellers, Scribes and Illuminators, 1459-63: (2) The Book Trade (XXXIX,, pp. 239-245)

A. C. de la Mare

A Drawing for Santa Maria presso San Satiro (XXXIX, pp. 246-253)

R. V. Schofield

Of Beggars: Lucas van Leyden and Sebastian Brant (XXXIX, pp. 253-257)

Lawrence A. Silver

Architecture in Vasari’s ‘Massacre of the Huguenots’ (XXXIX, pp. 258-261)

E. Howe

On the Iconography of a Carving in King’s College Chapel, Cambridge, p. 262

Jennifer Fellows

The Iconography of Spenser’s Occasion (XXXIX, pp. 263-266)

John Manning; Alastair Fowler

Henry Fuseli’s ‘Queen Katherine’s Vision’ and Macklin’s Poets’ Gallery: A New Critique (XXXIX, pp. 266-268)

Marcia Allentuck

The Origin and the Concept of ‘Classique’ in French Art Criticism (XXXIX, pp. 268-275)

J. J. L. Whiteley

Delacroix Emblematicus, His Unknown Studies after Bonasone (XXXIX, pp. 275-280)

Sara Lichtenstein

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Vol. XXXVIII, 1975

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Three Manuscripts for Lucchese Canons of S. Frediano in Rome (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 1-52)

Edward B. Garrison

The Miniature Cycle in the Sandomierz Pantheon and the Medieval Iconography of Alexander’s Indian Campaign (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 53-71)

Krystyna Secomska

Some Cardinals’ Seals of the Thirteenth Century (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 72-96)

Julian Gardner

English Misericords of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries and Their Relationship to Manuscript Illuminations (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 97-108)

Christa Grossinger

Lettura storica degli affreschi della ‘Camera degli sposi’ di A. Mantegna (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 109-135)

Rodolfo Signorini

The Florentine Entrata of Leo X, 1515 (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 136-154)

John Shearman

Joseph Scaliger’s Edition of Catullus (1577) and the Traditions of Textual Criticism in the Renaissance (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 155-181)

Anthony T. Grafton

A Netherlandish History by Joachim Wtewael (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 182-217)

Elizabeth McGrath

On the Date and Function of Some Allegorical Sketches by Rubens (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 218-233)

Julius S. Held

Chapman’s Ovids Banquet of Sence: Its Sources and Theme (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 234-257)

Louise Vinge

The Perspective of Shadows: The History of the Theory of Shadow Projection (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 258-287)

Thomas Da Costa Kaufmann

‘Pintura’: Background and Sketch of a Spanish Seventeenth-Century Court Genre (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 288-313)

Gareth Alban Davies

English Church Monuments to Women Who Died in Childbed between 1780 and 1835 (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 314-332)

N. B. Penny

Jacopo Sansovino’s Madonna in Sant’Agostino: An Antique Source Rediscovered (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 333-338)

Mary D. Garrard

A Connoisseur’s Shopping-List, 1647 (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 339-341)

J. P. Ferris

An Unusual Binding Design after Durer’s Melencolia I (XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 341-342)

William Hauptman

Vol. XXXVII, 1974

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The Klosterneuburg Altar of Nicholas of Verdun: Art, Theology and Politics (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 1-32)

Helmut Buschhausen

Scrutamini Scripturas: Joachimist Themes and Figurae in the Early Religious Writing of Arnold of Vilanova (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 33-56)

Harold Lee

The Stefaneschi Altarpiece: A Reconsideration (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 57-103)

Julian Gardner

The Nevill Hours and the School of Herman Scheerre (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 104-130)

Gereth M. Spriggs

Fifteenth-Century Dutch Bible Illustration and the Historia Scholastica (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 131-144)

Sandra Hindman

Francesco Giorgio’s Commentary on Giovanni Pico’s Kabbalistic Theses (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 145-156)

Chaim Wirszubski

The Ponte in S. Maria Novella: The Problem of the Rood Screen in Italy (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 157-173)

Marcia B. Hall

Henry Peacham and the Art of Drawing (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 174-190)

F. J. Levy

Rubens’s Arch of the Mint (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 191-217)

Elizabeth McGrath

The Devotion of the Forty Hours and Roman Baroque Illusions (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 218-248)

Mark S. Weil

Virtue’s Wintry Reward: Pietro Testa’s Etchings of the Seasons (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 249-279)

Elizabeth Cropper

Carlo Fontana and the Jesuit Sanctuary at Loyola (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 280-289)

Hellmut Hager

Shaftesbury’s Illustrations of Characteristics (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 290-312)

Felix Paknadel

English Realism: George Eliot and the Pre-Raphaelites (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 313-329)

John Murdoch

The Exaltation of David (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 330-333)

Hugo Buchthal

Two Panels on the Ruthwell Cross (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 333-336)

D. R. Howlett

Iconographical Notes towards a Definition of the Medieval Fool (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 336-342)

D. J. Gifford

The Letters Genuine and Spurious of Giovanni Rucellai (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 342-349)

F. W. Kent

Battista Guarini and a Book at Oxford (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 349-353)

Dennis E. Rhodes

The Good Friday Liturgy and Hans Memling’s Antwerp Triptych (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 353-356)

Maurice B. McNamee

An Antique Prototype for Michelangelo’s Fall of Man (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 356-358)

Avraham Ronen

Vesta and the Martyrdom of St. Lawrence in the Sixteenth Century (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 358-362)

Robert W. Gaston

The Placement of the Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius in the Middle Ages (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 362-367)

Philipp Fehl

Young Milton and the Telescope (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 368-373)

Lubomir Konecny

The Medici in Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 373-378)

T. S. R. Boase

King Charles II’s Own Fashion: The Theatrical Origins of the English Vest (XXXVII, 1974, pp. 378-382)

Diana De Marly

Vol. XXXVI, 1973

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The Meaning of Horace’s Ut Pictura Poesis (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 1-34)

Wesley Trimpi

Ovid’s Tomb: The Growth of a Legend from Eusebius to Laurence Sterne, Chateaubriand and George Richmond (XXXVI, 1972, pp. 35-76)

J. B. Trapp

The Crucifix of Fernando and Sancha and Its Relationship to North French Manuscripts (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 77-91)

Marlene Park

Carpentry and Design in Duccio’s Workshop: The London and Boston Triptychs (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 92-105)

John White

Some Remarks on Mamluk Playing Cards (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 106-128)

Michael Dummett; Kamal Abu-Deeb

Federigo da Montefeltro’s Patronage of the Arts, 1468-1482 (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 129-144)

Cecil H. Clough

The Travels of Bernardo Michelozzi and Bonsignore Bonsignori in the Levant (1497-98) (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 145-197)

Eve Borsook

The Invention of the Columnar Device of Emperor Charles V at the Court of Burgundy in Flanders in 1516 (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 198-230)

Earl E. Rosenthal

English Ruins and English History: The Dissolution and the Sense of the Past (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 231-255)

Margaret Aston

Spenser’s Amoretti VIII and Platonic Commentaries on Petrarch (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 256-276)

Jon A. Quitslund

The Orchestra of Sir John Davies and the Image of the Dance (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 277-304)

Sarah Thesiger

The Iconography of Poussin’s Painting Representing Diana and Endymion (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 305-318)

Francis H. Dowley

Carlo Fontana’s Project for a Church in Honour of the ‘Ecclesia Triumphans’ in the Colosseum, Rome (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 319-337)

Hellmut Hager

Falsificazioni Epigrafiche di Girolamo Asquini (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 338-354)

Maria Pia Billanovich

The Bird Carista (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 355-357)

Salome Zajadacz-Hastenrath

A Medieval Definition of Scientific Experiment in the Hebrew Picatrix (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 358-359)

M. Plessner

Horatian Reminiscences in Two Twelfth-Century Art Critics (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 359-360)

John Gage

Towards a Literary Source for the Scenes of the Passion in Queen Mary’s Psalter (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 361-365)

Marion Roberts

Chaucer’s Attitude towards Astrology (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 365-366)

Frank D. Gilliard

The Iconography of the Frescoes in the Oratorio di S. Giovanni at Urbino (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 367-373)

Penelope A. Dunford

Mantegna’s St. Sebastians: Stabilitas in a Pagan World (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 373-377)

Joan G. Caldwell

Tarsie: Design and Designers (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 377-382)

M. J. Thornton

Marcantonio Michiel’s Collection (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 382-385)

Jennifer Fletcher

A ‘New Route’ in 1822 Turner’s Colour and Optics (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 385-390)

Gerald E. Finley

Turner’s Illustrations to Napoleon (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 390-396)

Gerald E. Finley

Some Commercial Aspects of the Boydell Shakespeare Gallery (XXXVI, 1973, pp. 396-401)

Winifred H. Friedman

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Vol. XXXV, 1972

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The Lintel Fragment Representing Eve from Saint-Lazare, Autun (XXXV, 1972, pp. 1-30)

O. K. Werckmeister

A Note on Jacobus (XXXV, 1972, pp. 31-80)

Christopher Hohler

Artists, Suppliers and Clerks: The Human Factors in the Art Patronage of King Henry III (XXXV, 1972, pp. 81-107)

R. Kent Lancaster

Antichrist and the Iconography of Dante’s Geryon (XXXV, 1972, pp. 108-122)

John Block Friedman

Christian Hebraism and the Ramsey Abbey Psalter (XXXV, 1972, pp. 123-134)

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