More than 1220 entries elaborately described; five different indexes.
The Crone Library: Books on the Art of Navigation Left by Dr. Ernst Crone to the Scheepvaart Museum in 1975 and Books on the Same Subject Acquired by the Museum Previously
Including a Biography, a Short History of the Art of Navigation in the Netherlands and a List of the Crone Collection of Nautical Instruments. A Descriptive Special Catalogue with Annotations, Indexes and an Introduction to the Catalogue
Hubert J.M.W. Peters
Although polemics dominated Erasmus' literary output in the last two decades of his life, the controversies remain among the most neglected pieces in the corpus of his writings. On a different level, they add a dimension often missing in portraits of Erasmus. Usually depicted as the urbane and witty humanist who enjoyed great popularity and prestige, he appears in the works of his critics as a contentious and duplicitous "theologizer" who inspired disdain and loathing.
An Illustrated Catalogue
Koert van der Horst
Of all the illuminated and decorated manuscripts in the UL-Utrecht, all miniatures with identifiable subjects are illustrated and indexed, along with a choice of the minor decorations. Over 65 manuscripts are illuminated in Utrecht, the most important centre of book production in the Netherlands during the late Middle Ages.
Liber amicorum Presented to Nico Israel on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday
Edited by A.R.A. (Ton) Croiset van Uchelen, Koert van der Horst and Günter Schilder
With contributions on geography, travel, rare books, booktrade, collectors and libraries by C. Koeman, G. Schilder, R. Breugelmans, K. van der Horst, F.A. Janssen, C. Reedijk, J. Storm van Leeuwen, E. Braches, E. Cockx-Indestege, I.H. van Eeghen, H. de la Fontaine Verwey, L. Hellinga-Querido, P.F.J. Obbema, B. van Selm, a.o
A Bibliography. 3rd rev. and augmented edition
A bibliography of eblem and fable books printed in the Low Countries between 1542-1813. With 10 portraits.
A Survey of Known, Surviving Sea Astrolabes
With a historical introduction and detailed descriptions of 65 mariner's astrolabes. All astrolabes described are illustrated on full pages.
Edited by Peter C.J. van der Krogt and Günter Schilder
Edited by P. van der Krogt and G. Schilder. Contains the most important studies by professor Koeman, republished on the occasion of his seventieth birthday.
Archaeological investigation of the Hellenistic city of New Halos, which was strategically built between the foothills of the Îthris mountains and the Pagasitikós gulf, after the Macedonians destroyed Old Halos in 346 BC.