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The History and Description of Arundel Castle, Sussex; the seat of His Grace the Duke of Norfolk, with an abstract of the lives of The Earls of Arundel, by Charles Wright, published 1817 (London: Sherwood, Neely and Jones) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries   View Online

The History and Antiquities of the Castle and Town of Arundel, by Rev. Canon M. A. Tierney, F.R.S., F.S.A., published 1834 (2 volumes: Vol I, xii + 350 pp. & Vol II, 351-772 pp., London: G. & W. Nicol) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library & West Sussex Libraries   View Online

The Bognor Guide, containing the history of Bognor, and the history and antiquities of several adjoining parishes, including an account of Goodwood, Arundel Castle, etc., etc., and the Roman remains at Bignor, published 1838 (iv + 108 pp., Petworth: John Phillips) accessible at: British Library

Antiquities of Arundel Castle, Sussex, the Seat of His Grace the Duke of Norfolk, published 1840 (pamphlet, 32 pp., Arundel: Frederick Mason, High Street) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 4217]

Index to the Arundel & Burnly MSS, published 1840 (British Museum) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 3582]

Notices of a Recent Excavation in the College Chapel of Arundel, by M. A. Tierney, published 1851 (F. Pickton) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries

Arundel Castle, by Llewellyn Jewitt, F.S.A. and S. C. Hall, F.S.A., published 1870 in Stately Homes of England (Chapter VII, article, pp.153-171)   View Online

The Arundel Chancel Case, The Duke of Norfolk v Arbuthnot, by The Editor, published 1880 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 30, article, pp.31-51) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2115] & The Keep [LIB/500248] & S.A.S. library   View Online

The Fitzalan Chapel Guide [Arundel], published c.1900 (pamphlet) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 9636]

A Pre-Conquest Coffin-Slab from Arundel Castle, by Philip Mainwaring Johnston, published 1904 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 47, article, pp.148-150) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2132] & The Keep [LIB/500265] & S.A.S. library   View Online

Notes on the Collections Formed by Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, K. G. , by Lionel Cust and Mary L. Cox, published August 1911 in Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs (vol. 19, No. 101, article, pp.278-286)

Arundel Castle, by Gwendolen Fitzalen-Howard, Duchess of Norfolk, published 1913 accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7302]

Arundel Castle (1), by Country Life contributor(s), published 5 December 1914 in Country Life (article, pp.746-754)

Arundel Castle (2), by Country Life contributor(s), published 12 December 1914 in Country Life (article, pp.782-790)

Arundel Castle (3), by Country Life contributor(s), published 19 December 1914 in Country Life (article, pp.814-822)

Ancient Arundel: its Churches, Town, Earls and Castle, by Mervyn D. Francis, published 1918 accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 4212] & West Sussex Libraries

The Ven Philip Howard Earl of Arundel 1557-1595 English Martyr Vol II, by John Hungerford Polen and William MacMahon, published 1919 accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 1915]

The Life Correspondence & Collections of Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel, 'Father of Vertu in England', by Mary F. S. Hervey, published 1921 (Cambridge University Press) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries   View Online

The Booklet of Arundel Castle and Town, by W. B. Allison and Mervyn Francis, published 1922 accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 4209][Lib 4219] & West Sussex Libraries

Arundel: Borough and Castle, by G. W. Eustace, M.C., M.A., M.D., published 1922 (280 pp., London: Robert Scott) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12383][Lib 2753][Lib 15233] & West Sussex Libraries   View Online

Official Route Guide to Arundel Castle, compiled by Mervyn D. Francis, published 1922 (pamphlet) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 4408]

Arundel Castle and the Romans, by S. E. Winbolt, published May 1928 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. II no. 2, note, p.60) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8951] & The Keep [LIB/500204] & S.A.S. library

Historic Houses of Sussex - Arundel Castle, by Viscountess Wolseley, published 1929 in Sussex County Magazine (vol. III no. 5, article, pp.276-286) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2307] & The Keep [LIB/500139]

Booklet of the Fitzalan Chapel, Arundel, by W. B. Allison and Mervyn Francis, published 1931 accessible at: West Sussex Libraries

Arundel, the Gem of Sussex, by G. W. Eustace, published 1935 (pamphlet, Arundel Chamber of Commerce) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15411] & West Sussex Libraries

The Harington Manuscript at Arundel Castle and related documents, by Ruth Hughey, published 1935 in The Library (vol. s4-XV, issue 4, article, pp.388-444)   View Online

Arundel Castle [and Fitzalan Chapel parish church], by Lady Winefride Freeman, published 1945 (32 pp. & 12 plates) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library & West Sussex Libraries

Castles from the air: Castle Rising, Dover, Arundel, Carnarvon, Bodiarn, Herstmonceux, Deal, Hever, published 11 July 1947 in Country Life (article, pp.72-75) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library

Arundel Castle, by Lady Winefride Freeman, published c.1952 (pamphlet) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12915][Lib 15412][Lib 4406] & West Sussex Libraries

Ancient Arundel, by R. O. Dunlop, published 1953 (58 pp + 12 pp. of plates, S. W. Newton) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12378] & West Sussex Libraries

The future of Arundel Castle, published 21 February 1957 in Country Life (article, p.333) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library

History and Treasures of Arundel Castle, Ancestral Home of the Dukes of Norfolk for 500 Years, by Clifford Musgrave, published 1963 (Pitkin Pictorials) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries

A Catalogue of the Earl Marshal's Papers at Arundel Castle, by Francis W. Steer, published 1964 (Harleian Society) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2602] & West Sussex Libraries

Castles of Great Britain, by Sidney Toy, published 1 December 1966 (4th revised edition, 296 pp., Dufour, ISBN-10: 0435329952 & ISBN-13: 9780435329952) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries & East Sussex Libraries

The library of Arundel Castle, by N. Taylor, published October 1967 in Architectural Review (article, pp.287-291) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library

Arundel Castle Archives, Interim Handlists, No 1-12, by Francis W. Steer, published 1968 (Chichester: West Sussex County Council) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 5610] & West Sussex Libraries

Opening of Mounds near Arundel Castle, by L. V. Grinsell, published November 1968 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XVII no. 2, article, pp.38-40) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8235] & The Keep [LIB/500219] & S.A.S. library

Arundel Castle: History and guide book, by Lady Winefride Freeman, published c.1970 (pamphlet) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15413] & West Sussex Libraries

Arundel Castle guide, published 1972 (pamphlet, Arundel Castle) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 5348]

Arundel Castle: Ancestral Home of the Dukes of Norfolk for 500 Years, Containing: Arundel Castle and its Contents; And Arundel Castle and the Fitzalan-Howard Family, by Clifford Musgrave, published 1972 (Pitkin Pictorials) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries

Arundel Castle Archives: A Catalogue, by Francis W. Steer, published 1972 (Chichester: West Sussex County Council) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 5615] & West Sussex Libraries

Arundel Castle and its Treasures, by Clifford Musgrave, published 1974 (pamphlet) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12572]

The Career of John Howard, Duke of Norfolk, 1420-1485, by Anne Ross, 1975 at University of London (M.Phil. Thesis)

Plans, elevations and particular measurements of Arundel Castle in Sussex: belonging to His Grace Charles Howard, Duke of Norfolk, Earl of Arundel, edited by Francis W. Steer, published 1976 (32 pp., Arundel: The Duke of Norfolk) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 6310] & R.I.B.A. Library & West Sussex Libraries

Arundel Castle Archives, vol III, by Francis W. Steer, published 1976 (Chichester: West Sussex County Council) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 6348] & West Sussex Libraries

Special issue: Arundel Castle, by Francis Steer and others, published 1978 in Connoisseur (vol. 197, no. 793, article, pp.154-216) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library

Honour, Manor and Lordship, The Great Estates, I: Arundel, by Michael Hanson, published 1980 (article) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 16592][Lib 7931]

Arundel Castle Archives, vol IV: A Catalogue, by Francis W. Steer, published 1980 (Chichester: West Sussex County Council) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7369] & West Sussex Libraries

The Swanbourne Lake Island - an Artificial Construction, by I. Martin and D. Whyberd, published 1980 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 118, archaeological note, pp.214-216) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7805] & The Keep [LIB/500305] & S.A.S. library

Honour, manor and lordship: the great estates. 1. Arundel, by Michael Hanson, published 3 July 1980 in Country Life (vol. 168 no. 4324, article, pp.6-8)

Lord Arundel as an Entrepreneur of the Arts , by David Howarth, published October 1980 in Burlington Magazine (vol. 122, no. 931, article, pp.690-694)

Arundel Priory 1380-1980, by Clifford Musgrave, published 1981 accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7754]

The Dukes of Norfolk: A Quincentennial History, by John Martin Robinson, published 1982 (264 pp.. Illus. & pedigree, Oxford University Press & Phillimore, ISBN-13: 9780850339734) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8591] & West Sussex Libraries

Lydgate's "Lives of Saints Edmund and Fremund": A Newly-Located Manuscript in Arundel Castle, by Kathleen L. Scott, published 1 January 1982 in Viator (vol. 13, article, pp.335-)   View Online

Two portraits by Van Dyck identified, by Malcolm Rogers, published April 1982 in Burlington Magazine (vol. 124, no. 949, article, pp.235-238)
At Arundel Castle.

Magna Carta, and pretty ladies' maids. Architecture of the 11th Duke of Norfolk (2); with particular reference to Arundel Castle. , by John Martin Robinson, published 7 July 1983 in Country Life (vol. 174 no. 4481, article, pp.46-49) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library

Building Workmen at Arundel Castle on 13th March 1856, by Roy Stevens, published March 1985 in Sussex Family Historian (vol. 6 no. 5, article, pp.174-175) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 9788] & The Keep [LIB/501258] & CD SFH40 from S.F.H.G.

Lord Arundel and His Circle (Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel 1585-1646), by David A. Howarth, published 1 July 1985 (264 pp., Yale University Press, ISBN-10: 0300034695 & ISBN-13: 9780300034691) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries

Arundel Tomb, by Paul Foster, published June 1987 (40 pp., Bishop Otter College, ISBN-10: 0948765291 & ISBN-13: 9780948765292) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries

Wealth and Credit, Public and Private: The Earls of Arundel 1306-1397, by Chris Given-Wilson and Lionel Butler, published January 1991 in The English Historical Review (vol cvi, issue ccccxviii, article, pp.1-26, ISSN: 0013-8266)   View Online

Arundel Castle, West Sussex (1), by John Martin Robinson, published 23 May 1991 in Country Life (vol. 185 no. 21, article, pp.98-101) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 11170] & R.I.B.A. Library
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In 1877 the 15th Duke of Norfolk and his architect C A Buckler began the conversion of Arundel Castle into the largest of all great Victorian houses

Arundel Castle, West Sussex (2), by John Martin Robinson, published 30 May 1991 in Country Life (vol. 185 no. 22, article, pp.130-135) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 11171][Lib 13665] & R.I.B.A. Library
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The sumptuous interiors created by C A Buckler between 1877 and 1901 combine detailed recreation of 13th-century forms with up-to-the-minute domestic technology

Arundel Castle, West Sussex, by John Martin Robinson, published 3 December 1992 in Country Life (vol. 186 no. 49, article, pp.72-76) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library

Arundel: A History of the Town and Castle, by Joseph H. Preston, published 19 July 1993 (292 pp., Susquehanna University Press, ISBN-10: 0945636393 & ISBN-13: 9780945636397) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12014] & West Sussex Libraries

Arundel Castle [guide], by John Martin Robinson, published 1994 (booklet, Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd., ISBN-10: 0850339049 & ISBN-13: 9780850339048) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13750][Lib 15655] & West Sussex Libraries

The Farm Buildings of the Dukes of Norfolk, Arundel Eastate, West Sussex, by Brian Banister, published 1994 in The Historic Farm Buildings Group (vol. 8, article, pp.34-53)
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A consideration of the farm buildings of the Arundel Estate, focussing on the period from the late 18th century to the early 20th.

Arundel: A history of town and castle reviewed, by John Godfrey, published April 1994 in West Sussex History, the Journal of West Sussex Archives Society (no. 53, article, p.18) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 16404/53] & The Keep [LIB/500483]

The Dukes of Norfolk, by John Martin Robinson, published 1 January 1995 (2nd edition, 296 pp., Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd., ISBN-10: 0850339731 & ISBN-13: 9780850339734) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries

Cricket at the Castle: 100 Years of Cricket at Arundel Castle, by Michael Marshall, published 12 May 1995 (192 pp., Boundary Books Ltd., ISBN-10: 0952207044 & ISBN-13: 9780952207047) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13016] & West Sussex Libraries & East Sussex Libraries

Arundel Park, Sussex, by John Martin Robinson, published 20 June 1996 in Country Life (vol. 190 no. 25, article, pp.60-65) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library
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The house was built as a dower house in the grounds of Arundel Castle in 1958-1962 to designs by Claud Phillimore with interiors designed by John Fowler

The conservation of Henry Hope's Vinery at Arundel Castle, Sussex, by Mark Geraghty, published 1997 in Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings (vol. 22, article, pp.3-12) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library
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The mid-19th century Vinery has been restored and re-erected on the site of the demolished Peach House in the kitchen gardens of the Castle (architects for restoration Carden & Godfrey).

A Scientific Examination of the Relics of St Edmund at Arundel Castle, by R. Gem and T. Waldron, published 1998 in Conference transactions for the year; British Archaeological Association (vol. 20, article, pp.45-56) accessible at: British Library

The Patronage and Collecting of Aletheia, Countess of Arundel, 1606-54, by David Howarth, published 1998 in Journal of the History of Collections (vol. 10, issue 2, article, pp.125-137)
Aletheia Talbot (d 1654) married Thomas Howard, 2nd Earl of Arundel in 1606 Arundel was later to be described as the 'father of verlu in England' by Horace Walpole. The purpose of this article is to evaluate the contribution of Lady Arundel to the Arundel collection, the first in Britain to combine Renaissance paintings of the European schools with Greek and Roman antiquities. The issue of how and what Lady Arundel contributed is approached by describing how she acted independently of her husband as patroness and collector, particularly in relation to her extensive travels in Europe when she was without her husband, and at the end of their lives when they lived separately in exile - she in the Low Countries and he in Italy. The difficulties of defining Lady Arundel's own tastes, and identifying what part of the Arundel collection can be regarded as specifically hers, are also raised.

A shilling for the ducal show [Arundel Castle], by John Martin Robinson, published 23 April 1998 in Country Life (vol. 192 no. 17, article, pp.94-99)

The Lost Boy-Sweep of Arundel, by Jack Tymer, published October 1998 in Midhurst Magazine (Volume 11 Number 1, article, pp.31-31, Autumn 1998) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15969]
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Account by Charles Lamb of a boy-sweep (name not given) who became lost in the chimneys at Arundel Castle. The boy survived, but his ultimate fate is not known.

Restored to Vitality: Putting the Arundel Castle Kitchen Garden back in production, by C. McArdle, published 2000 in The Garden (vol. 125, part 5, article, pp.362-367) accessible at: British Library

A new Elizabethan keyboard source in the archives of Arundel Castle, by D. Skinner, published 2002 in Brio (vol. 39, Part 1, article, pp.18-25)

The Plate Room at Arundel Castle: A gleaming silver-lined world greets, by J. M. Robinson, published January 2002 in Country Life (vol. 196 no. 1, article, pp.38-41) accessible at: British Library

Swanbourne Lake Pumphouse, Arundel, by Tony Baxter, published 2004 in Sussex Industrial History (issue no. 34, article, pp.12-18, ISSN: 0263-5151) accessible at: The Keep [LIB/506532]   Download PDF
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A short distance to the north of Arundel Castle lies Swanbourne Lake, created before the Conquest as a mill pond but then in the late 1700s enlarged to become an ornamental lake with a new mill pond built at the southern end of the lake to serve the mill which was painted by Constable in 1837. This was demolished soon after and in its place appeared the pumphouse, the subject of this story.

Charles Davis, the 15th Duke of Norfolk, and the Formation of the Collection of Furniture at Arundel Castle, by S. S. Jervis, published 2005 in Furniture History (vol. 41, article, pp.231-248)

Swanbourne Pump House, Arundel - an architectural appraisal, by Ron Martin, published 2005 in Sussex Industrial History (issue no. 35, article, pp.14-19, ISSN: 0263-5151) accessible at: The Keep [LIB/506533]   Download PDF
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In Sussex Industrial History No. 34, Tony Baxter covers the history of the site and the description of the machinery of the Swanbourne Pump House. This article is concerned mainly with the building and its environment and the possible design of the water wheel, which preceded the turbine. For the purpose of description in this article the side of the pump house facing the tail pond is deemed to face due east.

The Dukes of Norfolk, by John Martin Robinson, published 1 January 2005 (2nd revised edition, 280 pp., Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd., ISBN-10: 0850339731 & ISBN-13: 9780850339734) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries

Arundel Casle: ducal splendour revived, by John Martin Robinson, published June 2006 in Apollo : the international magazine of art and antiques (vol. 163, no. 532, article, pp.32-39) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library
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The author explores Arundel Castle - both a mediaeval monument and a magnificent Victorian country house (designed by C A Buckler) which, under the present duke, has been painstakingly refurbished and the collections redisplayed in their entirely for the first time.

The Duke of Norfolk's deeds at Arundel Castle: Properties in London and Middlesex, 1154-1917, edited by Heather M. Warne, published 1 March 2010 (334 pp., Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd., ISBN-10: 1860776132 & ISBN-13: 9781860776137)

A post-modern phantasmagoria: the Collector Earl's Garden at Arundel Castle, East Sussex; Designers: Julian and Isabel Bannerman, by Sir Roy Strong, published 7 July 2010 in Country Life (vol. 204 no. 27, article, pp.72-75) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library
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The garden has been designed to bring together the collections of, and to pay homage to, Thomas Howard, 14th Earl of Arundel (1585-1646), who travelled with Inigo Jones to Italy in 1614-15.

Arundel Castle, by John Martin Robinson, published 31 March 2011 (208 pp., The History Press, ISBN-10: 1860776418 & ISBN-13: 9781860776410) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries
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Arundel Castle is a great Norman and medieval fortification, built after 1067 to the same plan and at the same time as Windsor. Its revival as a country house in the late-Georgian era added one of the most original and best-preserved Gothic interiors, while the late 19th-century reconstruction of the residential part makes it the largest and grandest Victorian house in England. It is also one of the longest continuously inhabited houses in Britain, the Dukes of Norfolk and their ancestors having lived here for over eight hundred years, since 1138. This book is both a detailed history and a guided tour of the castle, the seat of the Duke of Norfolk, hereditary Earl Marshal of England. It traces the entire architectural history of the site from the year after the Battle of Hastings to the present day. Often assumed to be mainly a Victorian reconstruction, it preserves as much or more of its Norman original as many of the ruined castles through to be more 'genuine'. It has a largely intact series of massive 11th-century earthworks, including an impressive motte, a stone gatehouse dating from 1070, an almost complete 11th- and 12th-century curtain wall, a perfect shell keep erected in 1140 and a very well preserved barbican of about 1300. Within this framework, on the site of the medieval domestic quarters in the south bailey and giving Arundel its dramatic skyline, is the largest Victorian Gothic Revival house in existence - yet even this great 19th-century pile incorporates both the two-storeyed shell and vaulted undercroft of a palace built by Henry II in around 1180 and the vast library built by the 11th Duke's team of Cumberland craftsmen in 1800. The author deals with the entire, long history of Arundel and its owners; the inheritance by the Howards from the Fitzalans in the16th century and subsequent vicissitudes, including a siege in the Civil War, not forgetting such domestic aspects as Queen Victoria's visit in 1846. The guided tour covers every room of interest: the private family accommodation as well as the better known parts open to the public, with full details of the superb collections of furniture, books, silver and paintings. This definitive study, based on profound scholarship and original research, is remarkably readable and entertaining. Well illustrated, it will appeal to a wide readership among non-specialists and visitors, as well as providing the standard work for many years to come for castellogians and students of architecture, for country houses and the ancient families that lived in them.

A dairy of delight: the Swanbourne Dairy, Arundel Castle, West Sussex, by John Martin Robinson, published 29 June 2011 in Country Life (vol. 205 no. 26, article, pp.96-99) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library
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Designed by Robert Abraham and built in 1844, comprises a complex of three buildings: dairy house, U-shaped cow sheds and cowyard and octagonal dairy building in the centre. use Sussex flint, with stone dressings and 'Jacobean' details.

Daniel Nijs's cabinet and its sale to Lord Arundel in 1636, by Christina M. Anderson, published March 2012 in Burlington Magazine (vol. 154, no. 1308, article, pp.172-176) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library
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On the 17th century Flemish merchant, connoisseur and art collector, who sold his Venetian cabinet to the 14th Earl of Arundel in exchange for a house in London. Its existence today remains unknown, however it has been compared to the art cabinet designed by Philipp Hainhofer (1578-1647), which can be seen in the Museum Gustavinum, Uppsala, Sweden.

Arundel Castle as a 'Palladium of English Liberty', by Oliver Cox, published 2013 in The Georgian Group Journal (vol. XXI, article, pp.123-136) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library
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This article focuses on the eleventh Duke of Norfolk's restorations and alterations made to Arundel Castle in the late 18th century, particularly the Coade stone tableau, commissioned in 1797, depicting King Alfred's supposed visit to the castle and his institution of trial by jury there. The sculpted tableau was by J C F Rossi. Barely half a century later the tableau was removed to allow more windows, as Victorian tastes changed. The article looks at the late 18th century revival of interest in King Alfred, of 'Saxon' Romanesque and Perpendicular Gothic, which later generations characterised as 'lacking in taste'.

England's best views. Arundel, from Crossbush, by Simon Jenkins, published 3 July 2013 in Country Life (vol. 207 no. 27, article, pp.60-61) accessible at: R.I.B.A. Library

"Your daughter, most devoted": The Sententious Writings of Mary Arundel, Duchess of Norfolk, Given to the Twelfth Earl of Arundel, by Elizabeth McCutcheon, published 17 September 2014 in Art, Literature and Religion in Early Modern Sussex: Culture and Conflict (Chapter 6., Routledge, ISBN-10: 1409457036 & ISBN-13: 9781409457039)

Arundel Castle's gothic revival, published October 2015 in The Garden (vol. 140, part 10, article, p.32) accessible at: British Library
A garden for a castle overlooked by a cathedral requires impressive design and planting flair, as James Alexander-Sinclair uncovers at Arundel in West Sussex