Transactions of the Royal Historical Society: Volume 14: Sixth Series
Transactions publishes some of the best historical research by some of the world's most distinguished historians. Volume fourteen includes: England And The Continent In The Ninth Century: Iii, Rights And Rituals; The Legacy Of The Nineteenth-Century Bourgeois Family And The Wool Merchant's Son; Pristina Libertas: Liberty And The Anglo-Saxons Revisited; Distance And Disturbance: Travel, Exploration And Knowledge In The Nineteenth Century; The Literary Critic And The Village Labourer: 'Culture' In Twentieth-Century Britain; Queen Elizabeth And The Myth Of Sea-Power In English History; The Elizabethan Idea Of Empire.
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England and the Continent in the Ninth
The Legacy of the NineteenthCentury Bourgeois Family and
Liberty and the AngloSaxons Revisited
Travel Exploration and Knowledge
A CONFERENCE HELD
Pepys and the Elizabethan Navy
The Advance of Scientific
The Politics of Translation in
France and Elizabethan England
James Stuarts True Law of Free
A Sense of Place in Stone Print and Paint
Scotland Elizabethan England and the Idea of Britain
Queen Elizabeth and Ireland
and the Sovereignty of the Netherlands 15761585
Was Elizabeth I Interested in Maps and Did It Matter?
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