Journals Higher Education
Important OUP's Response to COVID-19 Learn more



Published: 23 January 2014

4,064 Pages | 80 black-and-white halftones; 20 colour plates; 13 maps


ISBN: 9780199205066

Also Available In:

Bookseller Code (AQ)

John Nichols's The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth I

A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources (Five-volume set)

Edited by Elizabeth Goldring, Faith Eales, Elizabeth Clarke, and Jayne Elisabeth Archer

  • Special introductory price for 3 months after publication
  • The definitive scholarly edition of a fascinating collection of texts relating to Elizabeth I's 'progresses' around England in the summer and at New Year - essential reading for all scholars of Elizabethan civilization
  • Includes accounts of the dramatic performances, orations, and poems written for the Queen, supplemented by eye-witness accounts of the Queen and her progresses, contemporary correspondence, details of the day-to-day running of the Court
  • Reliable transcriptions of important early modern texts - many of which are not available in modern editions - with up-to-date scholarly annotation and commentary
  • All foreign language material - Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, and Italian - is accompanied by specially-commissioned translations
  • Lavishly illustrated with black-and-white halftones and colour plates
  • Provides a comprehensive bibliography of printed primary and secondary sources.

Also of Interest