Lille and the Dutch Revolt: Urban Stability in an Era of Revolution, 1500-1582

Voorkant
Cambridge University Press, 9 mei 2002 - 392 pagina's
In the literature on the Dutch revolt--indeed, in the scholarship on revolution as a whole--the experience of the leading textile and trading center of Lille stands out as singular. Although affected by powerful economic, political, and religious currents that provoked rebellion in many other cities, it was renowned for adhering to the existing order. In this comprehensive study, Robert S. DuPlessis draws on a wide range of primary sources to illuminate the processes of selective adaptation that by the 1560s had endowed Lille with a structural tendency to stability.
 

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Cities and the Dutch Revolt i
1
Magistrat city and central state
17
Substantial merchants conducting important trade
50
Cloth of every type and price
85
Impoverishment and intervention
119
Piety and the parameters of reform
158
Stress and stability
195
Lille in the iconoclastic fury
203
Lille between
256
Stability in revolution
307
A The population of Lille in the sixteenth century
321
Immigration to Lille of families
327
problems
340
G Monetary payments disbursed by Lilles Common
349
Index
357
Copyright

Lille under Alba
233

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Veelvoorkomende woorden en zinsdelen

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