Volume 11 (2015)

Part 1

Articles

  • The earliest armorial harness pendants. By John Baker (pp. 1-24, with plates 1 and 2).
  • A silver boar on Bosworth Field: the significance of the livery badge on the medieval battlefield. By Robert W. Jones (pp. 25-34).
  • Badges and ‘crests’: the twentieth-century relationship between heraldry and football. By David Llewelyn Phillips (pp. 35-50, with plates 3, 4 and 5).

Shorter Notes

  • The first Portcullis Pursuivant? By Vance Mead (pp. 51-3).
  • Original patents of augmentations in Venetian archives (part 1). By Sebastian A. Nelson (p. 53, with plate 6).
  • Edmund Lodge’s misadventure. By Clive Cheesman (p. 54).

Project Report

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

Book Reviews

  • Siddons, Dictionary of Mottoes in England and Wales. By T. C. A. Ford (pp. 63-6).
  • Pastoureau, Green: the history of a color. By Emily Savage (pp. 66-70).
  • Schraven, Festive Funerals in Early Modern Italy. By Alexandra R. A. Lee (pp. 70-3).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

  • Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 74-79).
  • Conferences, lectures, websites and blogs (pp. 80-94).

Part 2

Articles

  • Recent finds of late twelfth- or early thirteenth-century sword and dagger pommels associated with the Crusades. By Steven Ashley and Martin Biddle (pp. 95-106, with plates 1 to 4).
  • The emergence of the word ‘heraldry’ in the seventeenth century and the roots of a misconception. By Torsten Hiltmann (pp. 107-16).
  • Changes of arms in colonial North America: the strange case of Custis. By Joseph McMillan (pp. 117-38, with plate 5).

Shorter Notes

  • Richard III’s standard bearer. By Robert W. Jones (p. 139).
  • A Hapsburg archducal chronogram on a lost mounument. By Norman Hammond (pp. 139-42, with plate 6).

Book Reviews

  • Schofield (ed.), Seals and their Context in the Middle Ages. By D’Arcy Jonathan Dacre Boulton (pp. 143-54).
  • Carpenter (ed.), Magna Carta. By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 154-9).
  • De Asís García García et al. (eds.), Animals and Otherness in the Middle Ages. By Antonella Sciancalepore (pp. 159-61).
  • Cuneo (ed.), Animals and Early Modern Identity. By Andrew Wells (pp. 161-5).
  • Gordon and Rist (eds.), The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England. By Harriet Lyon (pp. 165-9).
  • Galloway, Exalted, Eminent and Imperial. By Andrew Hanham (pp. 169-73).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

  • Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 175-80).
  • Conferences, lectures and websites (pp. 181-8).