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Virtus. Journal of Nobility Studies is an independent and multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal with contributions on all aspects of the history of the nobility. The journal, founded by the Werkgroep Adelsgeschiedenis in 2003, aims at providing a multilingual forum for academic exchange and discussion of research and ideas in the field of the history of nobility and related areas of study, such as genealogy, heraldry, court studies and castellology. Virtus showcases work from historians, art historians, sociologists, archaeologists, architectural historians, literary scholars and all others who write about noble elites, nobility and knighthood. Its focus encompasses a variety of analytical perspectives, including political, social and economic approaches, as well as gender, identity and material culture.

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Vol 24 (2017)

Introduction
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Inhoudsopgave; Ten geleide
 
Articles
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Benoît Grenier, Wybren Verstegen
9-29
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Maarten Prins
31-56
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Lidewij Nissen
57-74
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Quinten Somsen
75-104
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Friederike Scholten
105-128
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Fred Vogelzang
129-150
Object in Context
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Het middeleeuwse Binnenhof
Monique van Veen
151-172
Short Contributions
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What do Dutch nobles think about themselves? Some notes on a 2016 survey on the identity of the Dutch nobility
Yme Kuiper, Huibert Schijf
173-186
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Matthijs van der Merwede. Een zeventiende-eeuwse libertijn en/of bekeerling?
Mart van Oers
187-199
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Wonen, vechten en besturen. Verslag van het symposium ‘Borgmannen en Borgmanshuizen. Landsheerlijke dienst en standsbewustzijn’, 22 en 23 oktober 2015, Heek-Nienborg
Leon Wessels, Evelyn Ligtenberg
200-202
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Hanneke Ronnes
203-206
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Ben Pope
207-212
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Marie-Ange Delen
213-217
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Maarten Prins
218-221
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Ronald van Immerseel
222-225
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Luc Duerloo
226-229
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Yme Kuiper
230-236
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Yme Kuiper
237-244
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Paul Janssens
244-248
Interview
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Het is nooit af. Een interview met Marietje van Winter
Sophie Reinders
249-256