The Court Historian
The Court Historian is published three times a year, in April, August and December. Information about past issues is available here.
Volume 25, No. 1 (April 2020)
Matthew Firth – ‘Æthelred II ‘the Unready’ and the Role of Kingship in Gunnlaugs saga Ormstungu’
Lidewij Nissen – ‘Staging the Nassau-Dietz Identity: Funerary Culture and Managing Succession at the Frisian Nassau Court in the Seventeenth Century’
Ruth E. Richardson - ‘Elizabeth I’s Earliest Influences: New Discoveries Concerning Blanche Parry, Lady Troy, the Funeral Monuments and the Bacton Altar Cloth’
Andrew Barclay – ‘The Court, Civic Politics and Architecture in Windsor, 1685–88’.
Michael Schaich – A Panoramic View of Early Modern Europe
François Soyer – An Emperor on the Move: Charles V
Kasper Steenfeldt Tipsmark – Inspiration and Architecture: Christian IV and Frederiksborg Castle
Joanna Tinworth – Remodelled, Rejected, Restored, Reinterpreted: The Many Incarnations of Kensington Palace
Annemarie Jordan Gschwend Two Women Painters from the Late Renaissance
Sanne Maekelberg – Building the Presence of the Prince
Moritz A. Sorg – Global Royal Families
David Cranmer – Music in the Iberian Courts: Performance and Power
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