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Privilege for the Divisiekroniek, Brussels (1516)

Source: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, KW 1084 A 6

Privilege for the Divisiekroniek, Brussels (1516), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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The Chronicle of Holland, Zealand and Frisia, starting from the time of Adam till the birth of our Lord Jesus, up until the year M.CCCCC and XVII. From the true origins, how Holland was first occupied and inhabited by the Trojans. And it includes the Dukes of Bavaria, Hainaut and Burgundy; in the time that they were a county with the chronicles of the Bishops of Utrecht, extendedly and extensively recounted in its entirety.


Die Chronyk van Hollandt, Zeelandt ende Vriesland, beghinnende van Adams tyden, tot die geboerte ons Heren Jhesu, voortgaende tot den jare M.CCCCC ende XVII. Met den rechten oerspronc, hoe Hollandt eerst begrepen ende bewoent is gheweest van den Troyanen. Ende is inhoudende van die hertogen van Beyeren, Henegouwen ende Bourgongen; die tijt dat si ant graefscap geweest hebben; met die cronike der biscoppen van Uutrecht, seer suverlic geextendeert ende int lange verhaelt.


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