BIBLIOGRAPHY
As the following bibliography is not comprehensive, it will perhaps be thought to need some explanation of its principles of selection. These have not been the same for all aspects of the art-history of the period. There is a considerable bulk of literature on architecture; much of it, in the form of monographs on individual buildings or topographical surveys such as the volumes of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, has been excluded. The latter are too well known to need mention, while nearly all the monographs can be found by referring to the topographical card-index in the library of the Society of Antiquaries. The articles on particular houses in Country Life are often extremely valuable but they too can be found easily enough, in the index that appears twice a year in that journal at the end of June and of December; like the monographs they have been excluded unless they are of wide interest. To find one's way through the literature on painting and on miniatures is not so easy, but as there is a great amount, some sifting is obligatory, and I can only hope that the selection made here, again excluding items of narrow interest, will be found useful. Sculpture on the other hand has had so little written about it that nearly everything of any value at all has been included. I have not presumed to attempt a selection of the literary works of the time, or of later works on political, social, or economic history, but I have included those books and articles that I have found most useful on the relationships between the historical, intellectual and artistic developments; amongst these I owe an especial debt to R. R. Bolgar The Classical Heritage and its Beneficiaries. Further references will be found in the footnotes.The place of publication when none is given is London.
CONTEMPORARY SOURCES: MANUSCRIPT
Caesar, Sir Julius. Papers of. B.M. Harl. Mss. 12,498.
D'Ewes, Sir Paul. Bargain with Jan Jansen for a Tomb. B.M. Harl. Mss. 98, No. 15.
Digby, Sir Kenelm. Papers of. B.M. Add. Mss. 41,846.
Leicester, Earl of. Inventory of his carpets and hangings. B.M. Lans. Mss. 57, No. 55.
Paymasters of the Royal Works. Accounts of. 1547-1625. P.R.O. E. 351/- 3200-3258; A.O.I. 2422, 2449.
Powle, Stephen. Account of his Travels. B.M. Lans. Mss. 100, No. 20.
Salisbury, Marquess of. Plans and Drawings belonging to. Photostat Copies B.M. Mss. Dept. Facs. 372.
Smithson John. Plans and Drawings. R.I.B.A. Library.

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