Salon 251

Forthcoming meetings Thursday 17 March: ‘The development of a mid-Tudor house: William Paget at Burton-on-Trent’, by Nicholas Cooper FSA William Paget, 1st Lord Paget (15??—63), a leading statesman under three […]

Salon 250

Forthcoming meetings 3 March 2011: ‘Setting the scene: nineteenth-century illustrations of the Mabinogion’, by Sioned Davies In 1849 an English aristocrat, Lady Charlotte Guest, published her translation of the medieval […]

Salon 249

Forthcoming meetings 3 February 2011: ‘Roman mosaics: the good, the bad and the ugly’, by David Neal FSA, and ‘The history of recording Romano-British mosaics’, by Stephen Cosh FSA; papers […]

Salon 248

New Year Honours 2011 Salon 247’s list of Fellows featuring in the New Year’s Honours List for 2011 omitted Stephen Dunmore, created an OBE for services to the public and […]

Salon 247

Slimline Salon Because of the holidays, this issue of Salon is shorter than usual, focusing mainly on New Year Honours, Lives Remembered, and time-limited news (such as the vacancy for […]

Salon 246

Elaine Paintin It is especially sad to have to report that our Fellow and Council member Elaine Paintin died on 9 December 2010, having suffered a heart attack on Monday […]

Salon 245

Forthcoming meetings Thursday 2 December: ‘Monastery to mansion: the London Charterhouse in the sixteenth century’, by Philip Temple The Charterhouse, founded as a monastery in the late fourteenth century, has […]

Salon 244

Forthcoming meetings Thursday 18 November: ‘The Jewish catacombs of Roman Melite’, by Mario Buhagiar FSA The Maltese city of Melite had, in common with other provincial outposts of the Roman […]

Salon 243

Forthcoming meetings Thursday 4 November: ‘Edmund Tyrrell Artis FSA: a curious polymath’, by Geoffrey Dannell FSA Edmund Tyrrell Artis (1789—1847) was a self-taught prodigy, who rose from a rural background […]

Salon 242

Forthcoming meetings Thursday 21 October: Finds and exhibits meeting, preceded by a ballot. Museum of London staff will present a group of seventeenth-century items from London: a bone harpoon found […]