Rare. The earliest "Lafreri-school" map of Holland. Jan van Deventer

The original map by Jacob van Deventer was lost, but this copy by the Italian Michele Tramezini survived. This map is in the Lafreri Atlas, after one of the leading map-publishers of the period, Antonio Lafreri.

Kaart van Noord-Holland uit 1554. het kruisje aan de kust boven Leiden geeft de plaats aan waar de Brittenburg tot in de 16e eeuw bij eb nog af en toe en kon worden.gezien

Kaart van Noord-Holland uit 1554. het kruisje aan de kust boven Leiden geeft de plaats aan waar de Brittenburg tot in de 16e eeuw bij eb nog af en toe en kon worden.gezien

De Allerheiligenvloed van 1170 - NPO Geschiedenis

De Allerheiligenvloed van 1170 - NPO Geschiedenis

Nederland in Romeinse tijd.

The Low Countries in Roman times - "Belgii Veteris Typus", map from 1594 by Abraham Ortelius

Nederland rond 900. Harald Klak bezat Oost Friesland. Rorik had West Friesland onder zich terwijl Harald zich bemoeide met het zuidelijk gedeelte van West Friesland

Nederland rond 900. Harald Klak bezat Oost Friesland. Rorik had West Friesland onder zich terwijl Harald zich bemoeide met het zuidelijk gedeelte van West Friesland

1572 - Conquests by the "Geuzen" and the House of Orange. The Geuzen (the Beggars) was a name assumed by the confederacy of Calvinist Dutch nobles, who from 1566 opposed Spanish rule in the Netherlands. The most successful group of them operated at sea, and so were called Watergeuzen. The Capture of Brielle by the Watergeuzen in 1572 provided the first foothold on land for the rebels, who would conquer the northern Netherlands and establish an independent Dutch Republic.

1572 - Conquests by the "Geuzen" and the House of Orange. The Geuzen (the Beggars) was a name assumed by the confederacy of Calvinist Dutch nobles, who from 1566 opposed Spanish rule in the Netherlands. The most successful group of them operated at sea, and so were called Watergeuzen. The Capture of Brielle by the Watergeuzen in 1572 provided the first foothold on land for the rebels, who would conquer the northern Netherlands and establish an independent Dutch Republic.

1st century - The Low Countries in Roman times, two thousand years ago

century - The Low Countries in Roman times, two thousand years ago

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