Lille and the Dutch Revolt: Urban Stability in an Era of Revolution, 1500-1582
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
Magistrat city and central state
Substantial merchants conducting important trade
Cloth of every type and price
Impoverishment and intervention
Piety and the parameters of reform
Stress and stability
Lille in the iconoclastic fury
Lille under Alba
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
AASL aldermen annuities Antoine Antwerp Armentieres Arras artisans Artois Bauduin de Croix bourgetteurs Bourse commune Brabant Bruges Brussels castellany Catholic CFMP changeants Chapter church citizens city's cloth commercial Common Fund Coornaert Council Council of Troubles councillor Craeybeckx craft Crespin Douai drapery Dutch Revolt early economic Estates Estates-General families florins fols Fourmestraux Ghent governor grain prices guild Hainaut Histoire ibid iconoclastic Jacques Jean labor light-cloth Lille Lille's Lillois litde livres Lottin Low Countries Magistrat Mahieu Margaret Margaret of Parma masters militia municipal government Muyssart Netherlands output Pacification of Ghent parish Pays-Bos percent Philip Pierre political presches Protestant Protestantism Protestantisme provinces Rassenghien Reformed religious Sayetterie a Lille sayetteurs Scholliers seigneur siecle sixteenth century sixteenth-century Lille social Spanish textile tion Tournai town townspeople trade troops urban Valenciennes Vanhaeck Vingtaine wages Walloon Flanders weavers wheat Willems-Closset Willerval Zeeland