Volume LXXXV, for 2022, of the Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes has now appeared. It is the first issue to be published by the University of Chicago Press and to have the newly designed cover, with a black-and-white image from one of the articles in the volume.

The 2022 issue is particularly rich in material on the early modern era, with articles exploring this period from the perspectives of an English funeral ceremony, a treatise on Islamic religion, a lost work on textual criticism, the theft of sculptural fountains in the Spanish Mediterranean and the reception of late antiquity in classical scholarship. The volume also contains articles on Greek horoscopes, on a late fifteenth-century description of the Florentine baptistery (from which this year’s cover image is taken) and on an eighteenth-century numismatic treatise, as well as a note on the folkloristic origins of Antichrist imagery.

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