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(p. xiii) List of Illustrations

(p. xiii) List of Illustrations

  1. 0.1 Title-page, The Newe Testament (with 1611 date), in The Holy Bible (London: Robert Barker, 1613). York Minster Library; HOB Bagby 4. Reproduced by kind permission of the Chapter of York. 7

  2. 0.2 Bible. N.T. Gospels. English. Authorized. 1630. [Little Gidding concordance] [Little Gidding, 1630.] Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., A 1275.5, p. 10 (seq. 14). Reproduced by permission of the Houghton Library. 9

  3. 3.1 The Holy Bible, conteyning the Old Testament, and the New (London, 1611), KJB, A2r. Folger Shakespeare Library, STC 2216. By permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library. 63

  4. 3.2 The Holy Bible, conteyning the Old Testament, and the New (London, 1611), KJB, A3r. Folger Shakespeare Library, STC 2216. By permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library. 65

  5. 5.1 Title-page, William Fulke, The Text of the New Testament of Jesus Christ (London: Deputies of Christopher Barker, 1589). YML: OL; I.I.25. Reproduced by kind permission of the Chapter of York. 87

  6. 11.1 Title-page, James Ussher, Annals of the World (1658). Reproduced by permission of the owner. 182

  7. 11.2 Frontispiece, Henry Isaacson, Saturni ephemerides (1633). By kind permission of the Master and Fellows of Peterhouse, Cambridge. 187

  8. 11.3 A genealogy of the Greek kings, from Robert Cary’s Palaeologia chronica (London, 1677). Reproduced by permission of the owner. 188

  9. 12.1 Thomas Fuller, A Pisgah-Sight of Palestine (London: printed by JF for John Williams, 1650), 238–9. York Minster Library: OL; XXXVI.B.6. Reproduced by kind permission of the Chapter of York. 204

  10. 18.1 Title-page to The Psalter or Psalmes of Dauid (London: in officina Gulihelmi Seres typographi, 1569). York Minster Library: OL; XI.F.20. Reproduced by kind permission of the Chapter of York. 300

  11. 21.1 Title-page, William Daniel, Leabhar na nurnaightheadh gcomhchoidchiond agus mheinisdraldachda na Sacrameinteadh (Irish Book of Common Prayer) (Dublin, 1608). York Minster Library: OL; XI.G.13/2. Reproduced by kind permission of the Chapter of York. 338

  12. 22.1 Needlework hanging depicting Faith and Mahomet, Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, c.1590s. By permission of National Trust Images. 360

  13. (p. xiv) 27.1 Robert White, frontispiece to John Nalson’s Impartial Collection of the Great Affairs of State, 1682 © Trustees of the British Museum. 428

  14. 27.2 Commemorative silver medal of Britannia, the Bible, and William III, 1689 © Trustees of the British Museum. 433

  15. 27.3 The seven bishops in a pyramid, print by Simon Gribelin, 1688 © Trustees of the British Museum. 440

  16. 27.4 The seven bishops, 1688 © Trustees of the British Museum. 441

  17. 27.5 Britannia oppressa per Arausionensium Principem liberata et restaurata, 1688 © Trustees of the British Museum. 446

  18. 36.1 Jörg Breu the Elder, ‘Giving Drink to the Thirsty’, Design for yellow stained-glass roundel, pen and brush with black ink, with some red tone, 18.3 cm diam. Staatliche Museen, Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin. Photo: Jörg P. Anders. © Staatliche Museen, Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin. 580

  19. 36.2 Circle of the Pseudo-Ortkens Group, Susanna and the Elders, yellow stained-glass roundel, c.1520–5, diam. 9 ½ in (24.1 cm) with border 13 in (33 cm). New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cloisters Collection, inv. no. 199.119.1. © The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 581

  20. 36.3 Heinrich Sulzer (attrib.), Portrait of the Family of Hans Conrad Bodmer, Landvogt von Greifensee, 1643. Oil on canvas, 73 × 93 cm. Zürich, Schweizerisches Landesmuseum, inv. no. DEP-3721 (on loan from a private collection). © Schweizerisches Landesmuseum. 587

  21. 36.4 Fruit Trencher, English, early seventeenth century, Gouache on wood, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, inv. no. 64.101.1582. © The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 589

  22. 36.5 ‘David and Abigail’, English, third quarter seventeenth century, canvas worked with silk thread, 37 × 44.7 cm. Gift of Irwin Untermeyer 1964, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, inv. no. 64.101.1310. © The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 591

  23. 36.6 Frontispiece to Genesis, Geneva Bible (London, Robert Barker, 1607), woodcut, New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, inv. no. 64.101.1291. © The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 593

  24. 36.7 Anne Cornwalys, embroidered Bible cover with Adam and Eve (front) and the resurrected Christ (back). English, c.1641. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, inv. no. PM17197. By permission of the Pierpont Morgan Library. 594

  25. 40.1 ‘Probor’, in Daniel Cramer, Societas Jesu et Roseae crucis vera: Hoc est, Decades quator emblematum sacrorum ex sacra Scriptura, de dulcissimo nomine et cruce Jesu Christi (Frankfurt: Nicolai Hoffmann, 1617). By permission of Glasgow University Library. 649