Volume 9 (2013)

Part 1 (no 225)

Articles

  • Silent ambassadors of the State: symbols of national identity on the Great Seals and coins of the United Kingdom. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 1-22, with plates 1-6).
  • A Wrottesley hatchment recovered. By Joseph J. Gwara and Philip A. Hayden (pp. 23-46, with plates 7 and 8).

Book reviews

  • Jones, Bloodied Banners. By Michael J. Lewis (pp. 47-9).
  • Barber, Edward III and the Triumph of England. By Michael Hicks (pp. 49-50).
  • Broadway, William Dugdale. By Lynsey Darby (pp. 50-52).

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

  • Artefacts reported under the Treasure Act and Portable Antiquities Scheme (pp. 53-6).
  • Conferences, lectures, websites and podcasts (pp. 57-66).

Part 2 (no 226)

Articles

  • Understanding shield emblems on ancient Athenian vases: the case of Geryon’s many shields. By N. G. Mattias Engdahl (pp. 67-76, with plate 1).
  • A note on Sir Sanchet d’Abrichecourt, one of the first founders of the Order of the Garter. By Lisa Jefferson (pp. 77-84, with plate 2).
  • The College of Arms and the Second World War. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 85-102, with plates 3-5).

Book reviews

  • Almanach de Gotha volume II (2013). By J. H. C. Williams (pp. 103-4).
  • Popoff, Royaume de Naples and Venise. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 104-5).

Shorter note

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

Recent and forthcoming items of interest

  • Artefacts reported under the Treasure Act and Portable Antiquities Scheme (pp. 107-12).
  • Conferences, lectures, websites and podcasts (pp. 113-24).