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The Library of Johan van Hogelande1

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After the death of Johan van Hogelande (c. 1515-78), late Dean and Treasurer of the Chapter of St. Mary's at Utrecht and Councillor at the Court of Law in that city, a list of his books was drawn up which is published here. This catalogue leads to the conclusion that he was a cultivated man with a preference for humanist literature; he owned contemporary literature as well as editions of the classics, with a pronounced emphasis on historical works. His library contains furthermore a large collection of lawbooks and a collection of theological works; the latter reveal him as a humanistic and devout Catholic.

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1989-01-01
2016-12-07

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