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The Sources and Literature on Jacob Van Artevelde
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…
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THE PERIOD OF HISTORY designated as the Middle Ages has produced innumerable instances of the creative capacity of its people. We are all acquainted with the institutions of the Christian religion…
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THE diplomatic relations of Edward iii of England and Louis de Crecy, count of Flanders (1322-46), between 1329 and 1336 are a neglected phase of the manysided phenomenon known as the Hundred Years'…
The Revolution which turned Belgium into an independent state in 1830 marked a fresh turning point in a history full of rapid changes of regime. In 1792, the ‘Southern Netherlands’, which had…
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Enigme des Primitifs frangais (Ghent, 1923), and La Penetration frangaise en Flandre Les Nkerlandais en Bourgogne (Brussels, 1909); and A. Vermeylen, Geschiedenis der Europeescize Plastiek en Schilderkunst in de Middeleeuwen en Nieuweren Tijd Other articles by N. de Pauw are: 'Catherine de Coster, Femme d'Artevelde, et sa Famille Biographie Nationale, v (1875), and reprinted in Bulletin de la Commission Royale d'Histoire, LXXXII Annales du Cercle Archgologique et Historique d'Audenaerde, de sa Chdtellenie, et de l'ancien Pays d'entre Maercke et Ronne, v (1922), 169-199. 2 'Les Sources de la Chronique de Flandre jusqu'en 1342 La premiere Tentative faite pour reconnaitre Edouard III d'Angleterre comme Roi de France (1328),' Annales de la Socigte d'Histoire et d'Archgologie de Gand Those of Bruges are still in manuscript. Excerpts dealing with Van Artevelde have been published by L. Gilliodts van Severen Gentsche Stads-en Blajuwsrekeningen SORT BY Most Influenced Papers Recency
The economic expansion of Holland and Zeeland in the fourteenth-sixteenth centuries
From the eleventh Century to the present day various regions in the Low Countries have occupied core positions in the We...
Buccaneer Ethnography: Nature, Culture, and Nation in the Journals of William Dampier
Both a piratical adventurer and a man of science and letters, at once a lawless adventurer and an observer of plants, an...
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