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|The Power behind the Pearl by Dana MacMillan||
This article will focus on two sixteenth-century portraits of powerful men adorned with pearls, with both works connected by...
|Elizabethan, Portraits, Colonialism||view|
|‘The False Marke of the Shadow of Honour’: The significance of honour in late Elizabethan political culture by Adam Diaper||
This article explores the potential, latent within late sixteenth-century discourses of honour, for political and moral dissidence. In a letter to...
|Elizabethan, political culture, Early modern, Shakespeare||view|
|Unica Semper Avis: The role of emblems in Elizabethan culture, using the Phoenix as a case study in Nicholas Hilliard’s Phoenix portrait and in the Chequers ring by Mariona Ponce Bochaca||
The iconic image of Queen Elizabeth I was an essential part of her authority. The myth of the Virgin Queen was deliberately created to divert the...
|Elizabeth I, Elizabethan, emblems, Nicholas Hilliard, phoenix, Early modern||view|
|Not Shakespeare: Elizabethan and Jacobean Popular Theatre||
Podcasts by Dr. Emma Smith (University of Oxford) on Elizabethan and Jacobean plays. Includes ebooks of plays discussed.
|Drama, Plays, Renaissance, Elizabethan, Jacobean, Analysis||view|