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Title: De Adellijke Vrouwenabdij van Rijnsburg1133-1574. Met een inleidend woord van B. Kruitwagen O.F.M. Cap. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Description: Nijmegen-Utrecht, Dekker en van de Vegt, 1922. Stout 8░. Original printed wrappers. (xx), 292pp. Captioned monochrome frontispiece, captioned monochrome faqcsim. fold. plate illustrating the original founding charter with seal warranted by Count and Countess Dirk VII, 1199 A.D. at rear end, extensive footnotes/references, table of printed sources and archivalia consulted with supplementary note, register, table of contents. Dutch language detailed survey about origin and development of the Noble female Convent, congregation of St. Benedict, at Rijnsburg village near Leyden City, founded in 1133 A.D., warranted by charter of Count and Countess Dirk VII, which includes detailed information about the religious, social and economic impact by the Abbey through the centuries. Still an important cource of local information. Good copy. (Ti.-p. and finel few ppl foxed, ow. a clean and tight copy).

Keywords: local history rijnsburg village religiouslife convent abbey nuns nobility females catholicism society economy christianization dutch

Price: EUR 40.00 = appr. US$ 43.47 Seller: Antiquarian Booksellers Gemilang
- Book number: 54067