Volume 12 (2016)

Part 1

Article

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

Shorter Note

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

Book Reviews

  • Bock, Die Herolde in römisch-deutschen Reich. By Wim van Anrooij (pp. 23-5).
  • Crouch (ed.), The Newburgh Earldom of Warwick and its Charters. By Alice Hicklin (pp. 26-9).
  • McInerney, Clerical and Learned Lineages of Medieval Co. Clare. By Tom O’Donnell (pp. 29-32).
  • Hindman and Miller, Take This Ring. By Oliver Fearon (pp. 32-5).
  • Simpson, Sir Henry Lee (1533-1611). By Nigel Ramsay (pp. 35-7).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

  • Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 39-44, with plates 7 and 8).
  • Conferences, lectures, websites and exhibitions (pp. 45-60).

Part 2

Articles

  • Early arms – as attributed, adopted or documented. By Steen Clemmensen (pp. 61-88).
  • English Catholic heraldry under penalty, 1559-1778. By J. A. Hilton (pp. 89-102, with plates 9 and 10).

Shorter Note

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

Book Review

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

Exhibition Review

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

Conference Reviews

  • Urban Visual Culture(s): productions and perceptions of te visual in late medieval and early modern cities (Durham, 22 and 23 June 2016). By Rachael Harkes (pp. 111-14).
  • Heraldic Badges: from miniature to ornamental (Courtauld Institute, 29 September 2016). By Oliver Fearon (pp. 114-16).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

  • Artefacts reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act (pp. 117-23, with plates 11 and 12).
  • Conferences, lectures and websites (pp. 124-32).

Bibliography

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