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GIS of the Low Countries(International Institute of Social History)
Feb 1, 2020Low Countries Data Collection (1350-present)
This Dataverse contains GIS datasets of the Low Countries. GIS datasets related to mint houses and mint authorities in the Low Countries can be found here.
Sep 2, 2019 - GIS of the Low Countries
Stapel, Rombert, 2018, "Historical Atlas of the Low Countries (1350-1800)", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/PGFYTM, IISH Data Collection, V6
A hundred years have passed since the publication of the first volume of the Geschiedkundige Atlas van Nederland [Historical Atlas of the Netherlands] under supervision of Anton Beekman et al. In total, it encompassed 30 descriptive volumes and countless maps of the Netherlands a...
May 23, 2019 - Diamonds in Borneo
Hofmeester, Karin; Ashkpour, Ashkan; Depuydt, Katrien; de Does, Jesse, 2019, "Diamonds in Borneo: Commodities as Concepts in Context", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/X5H39P, IISH, V1
Diamonds in Borneo: Commodities as Concepts in Context, article written for Datech Conference, May 2019,Brussels
May 23, 2019
Datasets and documentation of Clariah Pilot project Diamonds in Borneo
Low Countries Data Collection (1350-present)(International Institute of Social History)
Apr 15, 2019
This data collection hosts an array of quantitative data sets relating to the medieval, early-modern, or modern Low Countries (more or less coinciding with present-day Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg).
Apr 13, 2019 - Diamond Workers of the Census
Ashkpour, Ashkan, 2019, "Diamond Workers Occupational Census of 1899", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/YWGZGU, IISH, V4
This dataset is built using the Occupational Census of 1899. It contains all the diamond workers found in the different provinces plus other workers employed by the diamond industry and includes standard occupational titles and AMCO's for the municipalities. In contrast to the or...
Diamond Workers of the Census(International Institute of Social History)
Apr 9, 2019
This dataverse contains curated datasets on all types of diamond workers found in the occupational censuses of 1889-1899.
Mint authorities GIS(International Institute of Social History)
Nov 25, 2016Coin Production in the Low Countries
This Dataverse contains GIS maps of the various mint houses and mint authorities of the Low Countries (ca. 1000-2000)
Coin Production in the Low Countries(International Institute of Social History)
Oct 26, 2016Low Countries Data Collection (1350-present)
This website includes datasets on coin production in the Southern and Northern Low Countries (present-day Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg) that were compiled by various historians over the past few decades. They are based on the accounts of the annual production that were mad...
Jun 6, 2016 - CEDAR
Ashkpour, Ashkan, 2016, "Harmonized Results for the Populations Census of 1859-1920", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/JCJDAY, IISH, V2
This dataset contains the harmonized output of the Dutch Historical Censuses contained in the Plaatselijke Indeling Tables of the Population Census for the years 1859-1920
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