For over a century, Baconian research has mainly been presented through the journal Baconiana. A unique publication, Baconiana has contained articles ranging from superb amateur scholarship to entertaining historical speculation. Any enthusiast of the English renaissance, and its European context, will be fascinated by the range of articles concerning such diverse subjects as Jacobean politics, secret religious societies, the history of cryptography, rare emblem books and Elizabethan London.
Issues 192 of Vol. LXXV and 194 of Vol. LXXVII of Baconiana are available on the Baconiana Archive page.