The Court Historian

The Court Historian is published twice a year, in June and December. Information about the current and future issues is available here.

Volume 20, No. 2 (December 2015)

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Richard Kurdiovsky et al – Legitimacy through History and Architecture: The Vienna Hofburg as Dynastic Hub and Seat of Government between Tradition and Innovation
Sheila Barker & Tessa Gurney – House Left, House Right: A Florentine Account of Marie de Medici’s 1615 ‘Ballet de Madame’
Annette Cramer – A Miniature State: The Dollhouse City of Princess Augusta of Schwarzburg (1666–1751)
Teri Moore – The Earl of Dorset and the Sale of Offices in the Household above Stairs, 1689–97

Hamish Scott – Aristocratic Endurance: The Schwarzenberg Family Enterprise
Andrew C Thompson – Visualising the Georgians
Tessa Murdoch – The Art of the Hanoverians, 1714–2014
Irène Diependaal – Hanover: A German Dynasty and its Symbols

earlier issue: