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Nederlands: Filips Willem van Oranje
English: Philip William, Prince of Orange
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Emanvels van Meteren Historie der Neder-landscher ende haerder na-buren oorlogen ende geschiedenissen, tot den iare M.VIC.XII. : nu de laestemael bij hem voor sijne doodt merckelijck verbetert en̄ in XXXII boecken voltrocken, is mede hier by gevoegt des autheurs leven. Verrijckt beneffens de land-caerte met by na hondert correcte conterfeijtsels vande voor treflijcste personagien in dese historie verhaelt alle cierlijck na d'leven ghedaen ende in coperen platen gesteken gedruckt int jaer ons Heeren. M.DC.XIV

Emanuel van Meteren: Historie der Neder-land-scher ende haerder na-buren oorlogen ende geschiedenissen, tot den iare M.DC.XII., 1614.
Collection Peace Palace Library, The Hague.

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Author Emanuel van Meteren (1535-1612), Simeon Ruytinck (-1621). Engraver: H. Jacopsen. Photography: D-vorm, Bert en Lilian Mellink

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