The Low Countries History Yearbook 1979: Acta Historiae by C. Dekker, G. Asaert, W. Nijenhuis, P. van Peteghem, D. J.

By C. Dekker, G. Asaert, W. Nijenhuis, P. van Peteghem, D. J. Roorda, K. Van Der Pols, C. R. Emery, K. W. Swart (auth.)

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Moreover, he could look back on sixty or seventy years' experience of the provost of the cathedral chapter in the office of archdeacon; and at that time the archdeacons in the diocese of Liege, where the office had existed even longer, were notorious for their greed for money. 71 The episcopal church of st. Martin's at Medemblik was without doubt old. Medemblik appears in the inventory of possessions of the Utrecht see in the first half of the tenth century,72 and the bishop will have had a hand in its foundation.

He was firmly in control of his territory, although by the thirteenth century he had delegated the authority to hold synods to the rural deans. 7s Influential abbots such as those of Egmond and Middelburg made no headway whatever with him. In the archdeaconries of the provosts of Tiel, Emmerich, Deventer and Oldenzaal, the abbots were in general less powerful, added to which the presence of the archdeacon in his archdeaconry acted as a binding force - though in Tiel this situation existed only unti11314.

23. PRO, London, E 122, 73/19, 74/37, 75/47,76/40,213/8. 24. Gray, 'English Foreign Trade', 21. 25. A. Ruddock, Italian Merchants and Shipping in Southampton, 1270-1600 (Oxford, 1951). 26. D. Burwash, English Merchant Shipping, 1460-1540 (Toronto, 1947). 33 G. ASAERT like Boston, Cley, Colchester, Great Yannouth, Ipswich, Lynn, Queenborough and, last but not least, London. The shippers were English merchants (49 per cent), Hanseatic merchants, principally from Cologne (38 per cent) and others (Dutch merchants, including those from Antwerp, and Italians) (13 per cent).

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