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By Koen Goudriaan, Jaap Moolenbroek, Ad Tervoort

This quantity includes a sequence of articles - either reports and case reviews - facing more than a few themes regarding the heritage of schooling and studying within the Netherlands in the course of a vital interval of transition. education observed huge, immense growth, either by way of numbers of individuals partaking in it on a variety of degrees and of accelerating range of associations offering schooling. within the similar interval, studying and schooling penetrated deeply into society; they fulfilled a gradually turning out to be variety of services, improving the competence of officers and contributing to the buildup of highbrow and symbolic capital by way of either participants and teams. a 3rd significant improvement used to be the switch of discourse which was once caused via the appearance of humanism in either Latin and vernacular tradition.

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34 Edition in Van Heel, ‘Utrechtsche Kapittel’, 235–238. 35 Van den Hoven van Genderen, ‘Evert Foec’, 72. 36 HUA, Domkapittel, inv. nr. 220–2. 31 22    Saint Caecilia? Foek may have looked upon the erudite theologian as the right man to help protect the interests of the Chapter of Utrecht. In any case, he had every reason for doing so, because the first decades of the fifteenth century were a turbulent period for the Tertiaries in the diocese of Utrecht. A great number of the Third Order convents strongly changed their character.

The great majority consisted of average and lesser nobles, for instance from the well-known Dutch families Assendelft, Boekhorst, Duivenvoorde, Heemstede, Hodenpijl, Matenesse, Naaldwijk, Poelgeest, Raaphorst, Spangen, Woude and Zwieten. Only a small percentage of those bore the title of knight. Most of them were merely called squires. Moreover, not everybody owned seigniorial rights: in the fifteenth century this was only the case for approximately sixty per cent of the summoned nobles. The possession of high seigniories was more prevalent in the fifteenth than in the fourteenth century, but still it concerned only a small minority of nobles.

41r). That he actually acquired this benefice is apparent from the account of the official of the archdeacon of the cathedral church in 1419 –1420 (Grijpink, Register, I, Zuidbevelandia, 96) and from a petition handed over by Galecop on 21 January 1420 (ASV, RS, inv. nr. 137, f. 251r–v, cf. RL, inv. nr. 211, f. 290v–292r). 65 This became apparent on 30 June (ASV, RS, inv. nr. 153, f. 186v–187r; RL, inv. nr. 211, f. 290v–292r), 24 July and 10 August 1421 (HUA, Bewaarde archieven I, inv. nrs. 909–1, 909–2) and on 30 April (ASV, RS, inv.

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