Transactions of the Royal Historical Society sixth series. Volume14.
- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 2004
- Partial contents Presidential address: England and the continent in the ninth century: III, rights and rituals / Janet L. Nelson - The legacy of the nineteenth-century bourgeois family and the wool merchant's son / Leonore Davidoff - Pristina libertas: liberty and the Anglo Saxons revisited / Julia Crick - Distance and disturbance: travel, exploration and knowledge in the nineteenth century / Felix Driver - The Literary critic and the village labourer: 'culture' in twentieth-century Britain / Stefan Collini - Introduction / Simon Adams - Elizabeth I and the Spanish Armada: a painting and its afterlife / Karen Hearn - A century on: Pepys and the Elizabethan navy / C.S. Knighton - Queen Elizabeth and the myth of sea-power in English history / N.A.M. Rodger - Mathematics and the art of navigation: the advance of scientific seamanship in Elizabethan England / Susan Roe - Was Elizabeth I interested in maps and did it matter? / Peter Barber - Bringing the world to England: the politics of translation in the age of Hakluyt / William H. Sherman - Glorianna rules the waves: or the advantage of being excommunicated (and a woman) / Lisa Jardine - France and Elizabethan England / Charles Giry-Deloison - The King (the Queen) and the Jesuit: James Stuart's true law of free monarchies in context/ s / Peter Lake - Elizabeth I: a sense of place in stone, print and paint / Maurice Howard - The Elizabethan idea of empire / David Armitage - Scotland, Elizabethan England and the idea of Britain / Roger A. Mason - 'Never any worse realm governed': Queen Elizabeth and Ireland / Hiriam Morgan - Elizabeth I and the sovereignty of the Netherlands 1576-1585 / Simon Adams.
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