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Historical Geography of Brabant
Section Editor: K. A. W. H. Leenders
Preliminary Outline for this Section:
- ORB Encyclopedia--Original Essays
- Primary Sources--Literature, chronicles, other texts
- Resources for Teaching
- Historical Geography, ed. K. Leenders
- Look also at the beginning site of the Ecomuseum en Archive van de Brickfactories
- Floris Prims wrote a lot about the Antwerp
polders (nowadays that is the district of the Port of Antwerp)
- De Peel was an big peatcovered
region on the eastern border of North-Brabant. A small part of it is still
there. This site gives historical information about the Peel.
- A good
entrance to the world of historical geography.
- Hastings 1066
For who wants to know exactly where the Normans landed prior to the Battle
- The Virtual Geography Department has prepared a module
for any Virtual Geography Department Group desiring to use this technology
exercise as an introduction to using the Internet. It
has a good list of hist-geo-sites.
- ArchWEB is
a project initiated by several Dutch archaeological organizations to provide
an archaeological information service on the Internet. ArchWEB will move
to a new address early in 2000.
- Reports about the archaeological excavations at Oss
- Industriële archeologie
in België. Industrial archaeology in Belgium.
- Works of art
- Links to museums and libraries
- Centers for medieval studies
- Professional organizations and journals
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