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date: 14 October 2019

(p. xv) List of Illustrations

(p. xv) List of Illustrations

  1. P.1. David and Bathsheba. Miles Coverdale, Psalter (1540) 8

  2. 1.1. ‘The Printer’, from Hans Sachs, Eygentliche Beschreibung Aller Stände auff Erden (1568) 23

  3. 3.1. Grand Amour fights the three-headed beast of Faleshood, Imagination, and Perjury. Stephen Hawes, The Pastime of Pleasure (1555) 59

  4. 4.1. Manuscript of John Skelton, Speke Parrot (c. 1525) 78

  5. 4.2. John Skelton, Speke Parrot, in Certayne Bokes (1545) 79

  6. 7.1. Design for More Family Group (1526–7) by Hans Holbein the Younger 125

  7. 8.1. Page from one of John Bale's ‘notebooks’ 140

  8. 8.2. The whore of Babylon astride the seven-headed beast. John Bale, The Image of Bothe Churches (1545) 150

  9. 9.1. Thomas Elyot's coat of arms. Elyot, The Castel of Helth (1536) 159

  10. 12.1. Abraham Fraunce, The Countesse of Pembrokes Emanuel (1591), title page 217

  11. 15.1. Luke Shepherd, John Bon and Mast Person (1548?), title page, showing a traditional Corpus Christi procession 258

  12. 16.1. The silver-loving giant shovels coins into his sack with the help of a Bible. Robert Crowley, Philargyrie (1551), title page 277

  13. 18.1. The Gallic Hercules draws behind him a crowd of listeners. Aulus Gellius, Noctium Atticarum libri (1519), title page 314

  14. 20.1. The author observes the maid crushing a spider. John Heywood, The Spider and the Flie (1556) 344

  15. 20.2. The author at his desk, watching the fly caught in the cobweb. John Heywood, The Spider and the Flie (1556) 353

  16. 22.1. Two-faced Fortune shows Bochas the fate of Cardinal Wolsey. John Lydgate, The Fall of Prynces (1527) 376

  17. 26.1. Daphnes and Amintas in conversation. Barnabe Googe, Eclogues, Epitaphes, and Sonettes (1563) 448

  18. 27.1. Internal title page of William Bullein, The Booke of the Use of Sicke Men and Medicens. Bulleins Bulwarke (1562) 466

  19. (p. xvi) 29.1. An allegorical representation of Justice, with her eyes closed. Stephen Batman, The Christall Glasse (1569) 492

  20. 30.1. King John's supplication to the Pope. John Foxe, Actes and Monuments (1583) 507

  21. 32.1. Colin Clout looks back at a grand city. ‘January’, in Edmund Spenser, The Shepheardes Calender (1579) 550

  22. 32.2. The May festival. ‘May’, in Edmund Spenser, The Shepheardes Calender (1579) 552

  23. 33.1. Panorama. The City of London (1565) 567

  24. 34.1. Tereus cuts out Philomel's tongue. Ovid, Metamorphoseon (1582) 576

  25. 35.1. ‘How to imbattaile 150 men in quadrant proportion’. Thomas Styward, Pathwaie to Martiall Discipline (1581) 588

  26. 37.1. A knight brings home a wild man captured in the woods. Henry Watson, Valentyne and Orson (1555) 629

  27. 39.1. Diagram of the four humours. Leonard Thurneisser zum Thurn, Quinta essentia (1574) 659

  28. 41.1. The ghost of Robert Greene. John Dickenson, Greene in Conceipt (1598), title page 697

  29. 42.1. A Tudor conception of the pains of hell. Faustus is dragged to hell at the end of the play. J.D., The Most Wonderfull and True Storie (1597), title page 708

  30. E.1. St George of England slays the dragon. Alexander Barclay, Lyfe of St George (1515), title page 753