The main purpose of this article is to annotate and correct Hargreaves-Mawdsley’s account of the pictorial evidence in Chapters 3 and 4 of his History of Academical Dress, covering Oxford, Cambridge, Scotland and Ireland.4 [The author's] comments are based on a review of the drawings, paintings, engravings, seals, stained glass and monuments he refers to. I have not examined the other documentary evidence in any systematic way. References to primary sources on paper or parchment are given in the text by artist/source and date, with details in a list at the end. References to secondary material, including online resources where, at the time of going to press (1 October 2009), particular images may be viewed, are given in the footnotes. [Excerpt].
"Hargreaves-Mawdsley’s History of Academical Dress and the Pictorial Evidence for Great Britain and Ireland: Notes and Corrections,"
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