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Pirates in past and present

Searching for subjects to write about on this blog and looking back at the themes I have chosen until now it might seem I prefer the sunny side of legal history. My post on the inquisition can be...

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Pirates, a sequel

You could have placed a bet on it: a post on pirates mentioning pirate movies inevitably will get a sequel! Just creating a postscript to last week’s post would have been a possibilty but for the...

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Sailing letters, the sequel

In April 2012 a second TV series started on Dutch television using some of the many thousands Dutch letters from the eighteenth century kept at the National Archives, Kew, in the archive of the High...

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Pronouncing the city’s law: aldermen as judges

In this post a number of projects for online databases with the records and acts of aldermen are presented and compared. Their scope, functionality and contents can be very different. The focus in this...

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Safe under a shield: A dual approach to the Prize Papers

This year's Open Access Week (October 18-25) is the occasion for writing a post about a number of projects tapping the wealth of the remarkable archival collection in the British National Archives for...

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