Volume 1 Issue 1 January 1951

Charles Seltman presents the discovery and patronage of Herculaneum as a classical drama.

Bryan Little pays an architectural visit to the famous city on the Avon.

C.V. Wedgwood challenges the accepted view of Charles I's fated minister, Thomas Wentworth.

G.M. Young portrays the golden political calm and sense of cultural comfort at play in mid-Victorian England.

Michael Jaffe traces the relationship between king and master.

S.M. Toyne tells the strange tale of Johann Frederick Struensee, Denmark's 18th century German dictator.

Eric Linklater describes the odyssey of Scotland's national story in lyrical and poetic terms.