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De St. Lucasgilden van Haarlem en Delft in de zestiende eeuw

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In preparing his Artists and Artisans in Delft, an important contribution to a better understanding of the social and economic circumstances of the members of the Guild of St. Luke in the seventeenth century, John M. Montias had at his disposal Pro fessor J. L. van der Gouw's transcription of the Delft account book recently acquired by the Municipal Archives there (Note 1). However, he did not discuss it in detail, as it dales from the mid sixteenth century. Thus it seems appropriate to publish it here (with an index of proper names) and to analyse it more closely in conjunction with a Haarlem account book of the same period (Note 2) and various other guild documents. In that analysis the emphasis will lie on the funclion of the guilds and the functions of their members in the guild context.

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1985-01-01
2016-09-01

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