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Bijdragen tot de geschiedenis en de oudheidkunde

by Hans Van Werveke

Series: Faunreeks

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De Historiografie van de Stad Gent in de laatste dertig jaar - Hans van Werveke
Assche-Kalkhoven, een Gallo-Romeinsche nederzetting in onze gewesten - Sigfried J. De Laet
De Crisis van het grafelijk Gezag in Vlaanderen na den Dood van Arnulf den Eerste - Jan Dhondt
Sint-Aubertus-Gesticht op Poortakker - Elza Luykx-Foncke
De Doopsgezinden te Gent (1530-1630) - Alphonse L.E. Verheyden
Gentenaars voor den Raad van Beroerte - Jozef Scheerder
De Omwenteling van 1789 - Het aandeel van Vlaanderen, inzonderheid van de Staten van Vlaanderen - Paul Rogghé
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