Warburg Institute Surveys were published by the Warburg Institute between 1963 and 1985, continuing under the title Warburg Institute Surveys and Texts from 1986 to 2009. Vols. 15 and 17 of Surveys and Texts were projected but never published.

Titles include the Codices Boethiani volumes and the influential study by David S. Chambers, A Renaissance Cardinal and his Worldly Goods: The Will and Inventory of Francesco Gonzaga (1444-83).

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Warburg Institute Surveys and Texts