JWCI, volume LXXXI (2018)

edited by Rembrandt Duits, Jill Kraye, Guido Rebecchini and Paul Taylor 

Pre-order this volume

January 2019: We apologise that publication of this volume has been delayed. We now expect to publish early in the Spring of 2019.

Table of Contents

The Moral Compass and Mortal Slumber: Divine and Human Reason in the Bibles Moralisées
by Antonia Martínez Ruipérez (University of Murcia)

Synchronising  the Hours: A  Fifteenth-Century  Wooden  Volvelle  from the  Basilica of San Zeno, Verona
by Sarah Griffin (University of Oxford)

Giovanni Arrivabene (d. 1489): The Career of a Mantuan Administrator
by David Chambers (Warburg Institute)

Hercules in  Venice: Aldus Manutius and the Making of Erasmian Humanism
by Oren Margolis (University of East Anglia)

William Lambarde’s Reading, Revision, and Reception: The Life Cycle of the Perambulation of Kent

Introduction: The Life Cycle of the First County History: William Lambarde’s Perambulation of Kent from Conception to Reception
by Anthony Grafton (Princeton University)

Gathering Places: William Lambarde’s Reading
by Neil Weijer (The Johns Hopkins University)

Licking the ‘beare whelpe’: William Lambarde and Matthew Parker Revise the Perambulation of Kent
by Madeline McMahon (Princeton University)

From Production to Consumption: Reading the Perambulation
by Anthony Grafton (Princeton University)

Reading the Life Cycle: History, Antiquity and Fides in Lambarde’s Perambulation and Beyond
by Frederic Clark (University of Southern California)

In falso  veritas: Carlo Sigonio’s Forged Challenge  to Ecclesiastical Censorship and Italian  Jurisdictionalism
by Guido Bartolucci (University of Calabria)

Beholding a Building in Admiration: Leon Battista Alberti’s De re aedificatoria and the Renaissance Discourse on Magnificence
by Nele De Raedt (Ghent University)

Vasari’s Castle in the Air
by David Zagoury (Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History)

Samuel Pepys’s First Portrait Painter: Daniel Savile and Portraiture for the Middling Sort in Restoration London
by Kate Loveman (University of Leicester)

Each contribution is followed by a list of manuscripts and/or early printed books relevant to the article(s) concerned.