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(p. xi) List of Figures

(p. xi) List of Figures

  1. 19.1 Title page to David Hume, Daphn’Amaryllis (London, 1605) with heraldic image of the Scottish lion ‘unbounded’ (without tressor). 338

  2. 19.2 Conventional heraldic image of the Scottish lion, bounded by tressor. 339

  3. 19.3 Revised title page to David Hume, Daphn’Amaryllis, with the anchor of faith replacing the Scottish lion. 339

  4. 22.1 A page from the only extant working copy of the King James Bible, showing revisions of the Bishop’s Bible in preparation for the King James Version. Courtesy of the Bodleian Library, Oxford. 387

  5. 22.2 Needlepoint image, ‘The Queen of Sheba before King Solomon’ from Milton Manor House, Oxfordshire. Courtesy of Anthony Mockler-Barrett. 395

  6. 26.1 Sir William Drury (1550–1590), by Daniel van der Queecborne. 459

  7. 37.1 Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon. 655

  8. 37.2 Leominster Guildhall, John Abel, c.1633–34, adopted from J. Claydon, A Collection of Ancient Timbered Edifices of England (1846). 656

  9. 37.3 Norwich Guildhall, façade, 1535–38. 657

  10. 37.4 Titchfield, Hampshire. Town Hall, late 16th century. Author’s photograph, taken at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, Sussex. 658

  11. 37.5 Longleat House, Wiltshire, Robert Smythson, 1568–80. 663

  12. 37.6 Gate of Honour, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, c.1573–75. 664

  13. 37.7 Anon., ‘Bishop John Alcock’, oil on panel, c.1598. By Permission of the Master and fellows, Jesus College, Cambridge. 670

  14. 37.8 ‘Byrd’, attrib., ‘Sir Edward and Lady Elizabeth Stradling’, oil on panel, 1590. By kind permission of the Church in Wales. 671

  15. 37.9 Anon., ‘John and Dorothy Kaye’, oil on panel, 1567. Kirklees Museums and Galleries. 672

  16. 37.10 Anon., ‘The Towneley Family at Prayer’, 1593, oil on panel. Towneley Hall, Burnley Borough Council. 673

  17. 37.11 Anon., ‘John and Joan Cooke’, oil on panel, 1610s. Gloucester City Museum and Art Gallery. 674 (p. xii)

  18. 37.12 Anon., Wall Painting at 3 Cornmarket, Oxford. By kind permission of the Oxford Preservation Trust. 676

  19. 38.1 Salomon de Caus, Problem 23, Book I, Les Raisons des forces mouvantes avec diverses machines tant utiles que plaisantes (Frankfurt: Jan Norton, 1615). Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collections, Washington, D.C. 680

  20. 38.2 Anthonis van Wyngaerde, Hampton Court Palace and Gardens, c.1555. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. 683

  21. 38.3 The Privy Garden, Kenilworth Castle, reconstruction by English Heritage, 2009. Photograph: Luke Morgan. 687

  22. 38.4 Gillis van den Vliete, Goddess of Nature, 1568, Villa d’Este, Tivoli. Photo: Luke Morgan. 691

  23. 38.5 Costantino de’ Servi, Proposed Plan of Richmond Palace Gardens, 1611, Archivio di Stato, Florence, Miscellanea Medicea 93, ins. 3, n. 106. Courtesy of the Ministerio per i Beni e le Attività Culturali. 693

  24. 38.6 Giovanni da Bologna, Appennino, 1570–80, Villa Medici (now Demidoff), Pratolino. Photograph: Luke Morgan. 694

  25. 38.7 Fountain of the Dragons, 1570s, Villa d’Este, Tivoli. Photograph: Luke Morgan. 702

  26. 39.1. Thomas Howard, 14th Earl of Arundel, by Daniel Mytens, c.1618. Oil on canvas, 207 × 127 cm, © National Portrait Gallery, London. 713

  27. 39.2. Alatheia Talbot, Countess of Arundel, by Daniel Mytens, c.1618. Oil on canvas, 207 × 127 cm, © National Portrait Gallery, London. 714

  28. 40.1 Gyles Godet, The Good Hows-holder, 1564–65, published 1607, © The Trustees of the British Museum. 726

  29. 40.2 The Double Deliverance: 1588: 1605, designed by Samuel Ward, 1621, © The Trustees of the British Museum. 731

  30. 40.3 The Royall Line of Kings, Queenes, and Prince, from the Uniting of the Two Royall Houses, Yorke, and Lancaster, c.1613, © Society of Antiquaries of London. 733

  31. 40.4 Whilst Maskinge In Their Folleis All Doe Passe, attributed to Reynold Elstrack, 1607. This impression published 1671, © The Trustees of the British Museum. 735

  32. 40.5 Martin Droeshout, Dr Panurgus, 1620s. This impression published 1672, © The Trustees of the British Museum. 737

  33. 40.6 Broadside, Fill Gut and Pinch Belly: One Being Fat With Eating Good Men, the Other Leane For Want of Good Women, 1620, © Society of Antiquaries of London. 739 (p. xiii)

  34. 40.7 Mistris Turners Farewell to All Women, © Society of Antiquaries of London. 741

  35. 40.8 The Tree of the Papacy, c.1580, © The Trustees of the British Museum. 743

  36. 40.9 The Revells of Christendome, c.1609. This impression published c.1690 for Mary Oliver, © The Trustees of the British Museum. 745

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