The Journal Volume XXXIV
Like so much else, our Journal has been caught up in the Covid-19 lockdown. However, the current volume has now been published. It's a wide-ranging volume: Sally Badham on heart and entrail monuments, Nigel Saul's further thoughts on the monument of a serjeant-at-law, T. P. Connor on the politics of 17th century commemoration, James Stevens Curl on the stunning kirkyard at St Michael's Dumfries.
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