The Coat of Arms (vol. 9)

Sir Sanchet d'Abrichecort in a surcoat of his arms and Garter robes. From Ashmole's Institutions of the Garter, illustrated in CoA 9(2), p. 81.

Sir Sanchet d’Abrichecort in a surcoat of his arms and Garter robes. From Ashmole’s Institutions of the Garter, illustrated in CoA 9(2), p. 81.

In the course of the last month a new issue of The Coat of Arms (CoA) was published and distributed to subscribers, bringing to completion volume 9. Of interest to followers of medieval and early modern heraldry in this volume are:

Adrian Ailes on heraldic and other symbols of national identity on the Great Seals and coinage of England and Scotland

Lisa Jefferson on Sir Sanchet d’Abrichecourt, a founder Knight of the Garter

Recently found medieval and post-medieval seal matrices and other portable antiquities from England and Wales

Michael Hicks on Richard Barber’s Edward III and the Triumph of England: the Battle of Crecy and the Order of the Garter

Michael J. Lewis on Robert Jones’s Bloodied Banners: martial display on the medieval battlefield

Every issue contains a round-up of recent and forthcoming conferences, workshops, seminars, lectures, exhibitions and other events on heraldry and related topics. Visit https://journals.academia.edu/TheCoatOfArms or the journal’s own website www.the-coat-of-arms.co.uk to find out more or to subscribe either personally or as an institution.

Cite the article as: Clive Cheesman, "The Coat of Arms (vol. 9)", in: Heraldica nova. Medieval Heraldry in social and cultural-historical perspectives (blog on Hypotheses.org), published: 18/04/2014, Internet: https://heraldica.hypotheses.org/1017.

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