By W. Prevenier (auth.), B. H. Slicher van Bath (eds.)
The editors of the 7th quantity of Acta Historiae Neerlandicae have an analogous strains as these followed for its predecessor. reports have back been chosen which throw gentle at the historical past of the Low international locations, the alternative back being directed to matters prone to be of curiosity to overseas students missing wisdom of the Dutch language. consequently articles quite common in scope were selected: reviews of neighborhood curiosity or taken with concerns of aspect haven't been incorporated. during this quantity a large variety of themes is handled. incorporated are reports within the financial and social historical past of the later heart a while, and on matters within the fields of the 16th and early half the eighteenth centuries. There are articles at the 19th century Dutch statesman Thorbecke (1972 used to be the anniversary of his death). And there also are contributions at the place of birth of Erasmus and on Dutch reactions to the book of Darwin's Origins of Species. additionally integrated are surveys of modern ancient courses within the Netherlands and of these from Belgian historians that seemed in Dutch. a bunch of English historians, operating less than the suggestions of Professor Swart, of college collage, London, has surveyed the previous, this text being edited by way of Mrs Alice Carter of the London university of Economics. the duty of the past due Professor Dhondt, of the collage of Ghent, in reference to the survey of the Belgian contributions written in Dutch has been taken over via W.
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Unbelievable expenses for reasons of prestige, heavy military costs and ransomes, especially under Charles the 43. L. ; Bruges, 1904-1906) II, 312-313; A. , Antoine de Lusy. Le journal d'un bourgeois de Mons. Commission royale d'histoire in 8° (Brussels, 1969); Recueil des ordonnances des Pays-Bas, 2nd series I, 526-527 and V, 15-16 and 470. 44. R. R. Post, Kerkelijke verhoudingen in Nederland voor de Reformatie van ± 1500 tot ± 1580 (Utrecht, 1954). 45. W. Prevenier, 'De verhouding van de clerus tot de locale en regionale overheid in het graafschap Vlaanderen in de late middeleeuwen', in: Bronnen voor de religieuze geschiedenis van Belgii!
The reported arrival of three cargoes of spices in Marseille made prices fall in the Antwerp market. 31 On the other hand it is certain that although there are no estimates for the Late Middle Ages to compare with those of the mid-sixteenth-century, the dozen commodities which covered the whole sixteenth-century import, were already present in the previous century. 32 About 28,600 sacks of Spanish and English wool were imported at this time. This would not have been enough to satisfy the yearly cloth production of two medieval towns like Ypres.
23 In the traditional drapery sector the draper, masterweaver, -dyer, -fuller or -shearer was always inclined to expand his business inspite of the labour regulations. Moreover, during the fifteenth-century, and sometimes even earlier, these were softened. In Nieuwkerke in West Flanders in 1532 rich drapers on their own premises seem to have let 'foreign' workers carryon the various processes of cloth making. In 1555 the production and dyeing of cloth were still incompatible although in fact often occurring together, but weaving, fulling and shearing could take place on the draper's own premises.
Acta Historiae Neerlandicae: Studies on the History of The Netherlands VII by W. Prevenier (auth.), B. H. Slicher van Bath (eds.)