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Commonly, the time period boundary applies to the demarcation among a actual position and one other actual position, most ordinarily linked to traces on a map because the essays during this quantity reveal, notwithstanding, a boundary may also functionality in a extra largely conceptual demeanour. A boundary turns into no longer an "imaginary line" yet a device for pondering the way to separate any components, no matter if rules, occasions, etc., into different types wherein they turn into understandable and unique. the student members search now not just to figure the limits, yet, and maybe extra importantly, to appreciate the method of delination, and its effects. With its maverick historical past and grass-root political traditions, the Netherlands offers an auspicious surroundings to check the old functionality of barriers either genuine and imagined.

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Den Bosch was finally recaptured in 1629, and fighting went on until the early 1640s. Only Bergen op Zoom enjoyed relative peace and security from 1577 onwards. It is clear though that States-Brabant as a whole bore the brunt of the fighting during these formative decades. The countryside was devastated several times over and towns were depopulated: migration was in many ways the key 12 Guido Marnef, Het calvinistische bewind te Mechelen 1580–1585 (Kortrijk-Heule: UGA, 1987); see also his Antwerp in the age of Reformation: underground Protestantism in a commercial metropolis, 1550–1577 (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1996).

Any political implications the council may have had, have been less well studied. It should perhaps come as no surprise that the newly appointed baron Filips Willem (the eldest son of William of Orange) tried in 1612, three years after his succession, to have its role as supreme court abolished. He did not succeed, but the attempt shows something of the determination to withstand the council’s newly founded authority and the prince’s hold on ancient privileges. Successive princes of Orange still regarded themselves as autonomous lords in this region.

Thesis on the urban elite of the town of Breda c. 1550–1700. Th e relations between Breda and the Raad van Brabant will also be the subject of a future article. o. van der meij suspected catholics, this was not taken lightly and he was vehemently opposed. More than once mention is made of the fact that officials who were appointed by the prince, should abide by his personal rule and forego any other judicial procedures with the new council. Matters were further complicated by close personal relationships between members of the Council of Brabant and of the Nassause Domeinraad, at least during the first half of the seventeenth century.

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