Publication – « The Medieval Low Countries », 4, 2017

The Medieval Low Countries, Turnhout, Brepols, 4, 2017. VI+341 p., 21 b/w ill., 156 x 234 mm, 2017. ISBN: 978-2-503-57205-5. Prix : 75 euros.

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Table des matières :

G.J. de Langen and J.A. Mol, ‘Church Foundation and Parish Formation in Frisia in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries: A Planned Development?’
Justine Smithuis, ‘Urban Historiography and Politics in Fourteenth-Century Utrecht: New Findings on the Dutch Beke (c. 1393)’
Jan Trachet, Ward Leloup, Kristof Dombrecht, Samuël Deleforterie, Jan Dumolyn, Erik Thoen, Marc Van Meirvenne and Wim De Clerq, ‘Modelling Monnikerede: The Topographical Reconstruction of a Deserted Medieval Outport near Bruges’
Ulrike Wuttke, ‘Vernacular Eschatology or Eschatology in the Vernacular? The Representation of Death in Fourteenth-Century Vernacular Brabantine Writings’
Jelle Haemers and Valerie Vrancken, ‘Libels in the City: Bill Casting in Fifteenth-Century Flanders and Brabant’
Mathilde van Dijk, ‘Baking the Bread and Roasting the Meat: Dorlandus’s Saint Lawrence as a Model for Carthusians’
Wim Blockmans, ‘The Medieval Roots of the Constitution of the United Provinces’

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