Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (Dutch:  ( born 15 July 1606 Leiden, Dutch Republic (now Netherlands) – died 4 October 1669 (aged 63) Amsterdam, Dutch Republic was a Dutch painter and etcher. He is generally considered one of the greatest painters and printmakers in European art and the most important in Dutch history.  Movement:Dutch Golden Age Baroque

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (Dutch: ( born 15 July 1606 Leiden, Dutch Republic (now Netherlands) – died 4 October 1669 (aged 63) Amsterdam, Dutch Republic was a Dutch painter and etcher. He is generally considered one of the greatest painters and printmakers in European art and the most important in Dutch history. Movement:Dutch Golden Age Baroque

By Pike and Dyke: A Tale of the Rise of the Dutch RePublic, by G.A. Henty (Paperback)

By Pike and Dyke: A Tale of the Rise of the Dutch RePublic, by G.A. Henty (Paperback)

A Dutch engraved armorial light baluster goblet, mid 18th century, engraved with the arms of William V of Orange-Nassau, verso the lion shield of the Dutch Republic, supported on triple knops above an inverted baluster section and a conical foot, 20.5cm high. Willem V (1748-1806) was the last stadtholder of the Dutch Republic until the French Revolutionary Wars when he fled into exile, dying in Brunswick in 1806.

A Dutch engraved armorial light baluster goblet, mid 18th century, engraved with the arms of William V of Orange-Nassau, verso the lion shield of the Dutch Republic, supported on triple knops above an inverted baluster section and a conical foot, 20.5cm high. Willem V (1748-1806) was the last stadtholder of the Dutch Republic until the French Revolutionary Wars when he fled into exile, dying in Brunswick in 1806.

Early Modern Women's Writing: Domesticity, Privacy, and the Public Sphere in England and the Dutch Republic

Early Modern Women's Writing: Domesticity, Privacy, and the Public Sphere in England and the Dutch Republic (Hardcover)

Early Modern Women's Writing: Domesticity, Privacy, and the Public Sphere in England and the Dutch Republic

The Dutch lion is one of the symbols we use since the middle ages. It was for example on coats of arms. Nowadays we still use the lion. It's in the logo of the government, but also on the team shirts of the national football team.

The Dutch lion is one of the symbols we use since the middle ages. It was for example on coats of arms. Nowadays we still use the lion. It's in the logo of the government, but also on the team shirts of the national football team.

1795-1806 Batavian Republic - The proclamation of the Batavian Republic in 1795 brought an end - after over two centuries - to the once glorious Dutch Republic. The new state was a virtual satellite of France and stood for the ideals of the French Revolution: liberty, equality, fraternity.  --- By Joostik - Eigen werk, CC BY-SA 3.0

1795-1806 Batavian Republic - The proclamation of the Batavian Republic in 1795 brought an end - after over two centuries - to the once glorious Dutch Republic. The new state was a virtual satellite of France and stood for the ideals of the French Revolution: liberty, equality, fraternity. --- By Joostik - Eigen werk, CC BY-SA 3.0

The Dutch Republic emerged from the epic revolt of the Netherlands against Spanish rule in the late sixteenth century and almost immediately became a major political force in Europe. In this book, Les

The Dutch Republic in the Seventeenth Century (Paperback)

The Dutch Republic emerged from the epic revolt of the Netherlands against Spanish rule in the late sixteenth century and almost immediately became a major political force in Europe. In this book, Les

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