By W. Prevenier (auth.), B. H. Slicher van Bath (eds.)
The editors of the 7th quantity of Acta Historiae Neerlandicae have a similar strains as these followed for its predecessor. reports have back been chosen which throw gentle at the heritage of the Low international locations, the alternative back being directed to matters more likely to be of curiosity to international students missing wisdom of the Dutch language. accordingly articles rather basic in scope were selected: reviews of neighborhood curiosity or interested in issues of aspect haven't been incorporated. during this quantity a large variety of themes is handled. incorporated are reports within the monetary and social heritage of the later heart a while, and on topics within the fields of the 16th and early half the eighteenth centuries. There are articles at the 19th century Dutch statesman Thorbecke (1972 was once the anniversary of his death). And there also are contributions at the place of origin of Erasmus and on Dutch reactions to the book of Darwin's Origins of Species. additionally incorporated are surveys of modern ancient courses within the Netherlands and of these from Belgian historians that seemed in Dutch. a gaggle of English historians, operating less than the suggestions of Professor Swart, of college university, London, has surveyed the previous, this text being edited by means of Mrs Alice Carter of the London university of Economics. the duty of the overdue Professor Dhondt, of the collage of Ghent, in reference to the survey of the Belgian contributions written in Dutch has been taken over by way of W.
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The high prices between 1465 and 1490 are thus put in their true perspective: as periods of high prices encouraged by failures in the harvest, war, devaluations and frequent coinages, which interrupted the secular falling trend. A similar, but less clearly delimited interruption of the secular movement occurred, moreover, around 1455 because of harvest failures and a short blaze of coining. Comparable short-term cycles have been grafted onto the price increases of the sixteenth-century but are less noticeable in the general rising trend.
1i3 52. Scholliers, 'Vrije en onvrije arbeiders', 285-322. 53. R. Van Uytven and W. Blockmans, 'De noodzaak van een geintegreerde sociale geschiedenis. Het voorbeeld van de Zuidnederlandse steden in de late middeleeuwen', 42 WHAT IS NEW IN THE SIXTEENTH-CENTURY NETHERLANDS In conclusion it is the continuity of history which must be stressed. Much that was medieval continued to live on in the sixteenth-century while in the Netherlands, Modern Times were already introduced by the medieval towns. The stress is thus on developments before the great political revolution in the Netherlands during the second half of the sixteenth-century.
W. Brulez, 'Bruges and Antwerp', 1-26, who contests Van Houtte's conclusion. 38. V. Magalhaes-Godinho, L'economie de l'empire portugais aux XVe et XVle siecle (Paris, 1969) 161-162, 210-211, 421-427, 458-459 and 451-545; E. Strubbe, 'Aantekeningen over de ivoorhandel te Brugge in de XVe eeuw', Bijdragen voor de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, VII (The Hague, 1952-53) 226-230; Brulez, 'Bruges and Antwerp', 17-19. 39. W. Brulez, Der Kolonialhandel und die Handelsbliite der Niederlande in der Mitte des 16.