H. S. Lucas
Publications
37
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7
Citations
257
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In praise of folly.
H. S. Lucas, Desoderoius Erasmus, H. H. Hudson
Sociology, Medicine
JAMA

1 July 1942
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One that the authors will refer to break the boredom in reading is choosing in praise of folly as the reading material. Expand
75 Citations
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The Great European Famine of 1315, 1316, and 1317
H. S. Lucas
History
Speculum

1 October 1930
BY HENRY S. LUCAS F AMINE and pestilence swept over Europe so often during the Middle Ages and exacted so frightful a toll of human life that the phenomenon has come to be regarded as one of the most… Expand
96 Citations
2
Netherlanders in America: Dutch Immigration to the United States and Canada, 1789-1950.
J. Schmitz, H. S. Lucas
Sociology
1 April 1956
13 Citations
1
Netherlanders in America.
C. Erickson, H. S. Lucas
Economics
1957
7 Citations
1
Mediaeval Economic Relations between Flanders and Greenland
H. S. Lucas
History
Speculum

1 April 1937
IT has long been recognized that Flanders, the chief of the Low Countries, occupied an advanced position in the social and economic life of mediaeval Europe. Situated centrally between the Spanish… Expand
2 Citations
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The Low Countries and the Disputed Imperial Election of 1314
H. S. Lucas
History
Speculum

1 January 1946
ALTHOUGH historians have subjected the disputed imperial election of 1314 to careful investigation, it cannot be said that they have made clear the importance of that election in the history of the… Expand
3 Citations
1
Netherlanders in America: Dutch Immigration to the United States and Canada, 1789-1950
H. S. Lucas
Political Science
1 April 1989
12 Citations
The wardrobe book of William de Norwell : 12 July 1338 to 27 May 1340
M. Lyon, B. Lyon, H. S. Lucas, Jean de Sturler
History
1 February 1985
8 Citations
The Contribution of Holland to the Sciences
H. S. Lucas, A. J. Barnouw, B. Landheer
History
1 July 1944
3 Citations
The Sources and Literature on Jacob Van Artevelde
H. S. Lucas
History
Speculum

1 April 1933
BY HENRY S. LUCAS rT HE career of Jacob Van Arteveldel engaged the attention of many writers until finally his name became a household word among Flemish people. This man, a remarkable example of the… Expand
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