John IV, Lord of Arkel
John IV, Lord of Arkel (also known as Jan Herbaren of Arkel; d. 5 May 1360) was Lord of Arkel from 1326 until his death.
He was a son of John III and his wife, Mabelia of Voorne.Shortly after his ...
Grote Mandrenke
The (1st) Grote Mandrenke (/ɣroːtə mandrɛŋkə/, Low Saxon for "Great Drowning of Men", Danish: Den Store Manddrukning) was a massive southwesterly Atlantic gale (see also European windstorm) which ...
Walter II, Lord of Egmond
Walter II, Lord of Egmond (in Dutch: Wouter II van Egmond) (c. 1283 – 3 September 1321) was Lord of Egmond.He was the second surviving son of Gerald/Gerard II of Egmond, who had died in 1300...
John I, Lord of Egmond
John I, Lord of Egmond (before 1310 – 28 December 1369) was Lord of Egmond, Lord of IJsselstein, bailiff of Kennemerland (1353-1354) and stadtholder of Holland.
He was a son of Walter II and...
Otto, Lord of Arkel
Otto, Lord of Arkel (c. 1330 – 26 March or 1 April 1396) was Lord of Arkel from 6 May 1360 until his death.
He was a son of John IV and his wife, Irmengard of Cleves. Otto was born as his p...
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John II, Lord of Polanen
John III, Lord of Polanen (c. 1325 – 3 November 1378 in Breda) was Lord of Polanen, Lord of De Lek and Lord of Breda.
He was a son of John I, Lord of Polanen and Catherine of Brederode...
Margaret of Jülich
Margaret of Jülich (c. 1350 – 10 October 1425) was a daughter of Duke Gerhard VI of Jülich and his wife, Margaret of Ravensberg (1315-1389).In 1369, she married Adolf III of the Marck. Sh...
Burgundian Netherlands
In the history of the Low Countries, the Burgundian Netherlands (French: Pays-Bas Bourguignons, Dutch: Bourgondische Nederlanden, Luxembourgish: Burgundeschen Nidderlanden, Walloon: B...
Friso-Hollandic Wars
The Friso-Hollandic Wars, also called Frisian-Hollandic Wars (Dutch: Fries-Hollandse Oorlogen, Frisian: Frysk-Hollânske oarloggen), were a series of short medieval wars (ranging from single ba...
Gisbert VI of Bronckhorst-Borculo
Gisbert VI of Bronckhorst-Borculo (c. 1367 – 1 November 1409) was a Dutch nobleman. He was a son of William IV of Bronckhorst and Kunigunde of Moers. He was the ruling Lord of Bronckhors...
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Arnold, Lord of IJsselstein
Arnold, Lord of IJsselstein (also known as Arnoud, 1304 – 12 February 1363) was the second Lord of IJsselstein and Stoutenburg and Schout of Amersfoort and the Eem Valley.
He was a son of Gi...
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Joanna of Jülich
Joanna of Jülich (died 1394) was the youngest daughter of Duke William II and his wife, Marie of Guelders.
In 1376, she married John V, Lord of Arkel (1362-1428). They had two children:
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Foelke Kampana
Foelke Kampana (1355 – c. 1418), also known as Foelke the Cruel, was a Frisian noble. She served as regent for the Frisian territories Oldeborg, Brokmerland, Auricherland and Emsigerland in East Frisi...
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Arnold I, Lord of Egmond
Arnold I of Egmond, in Dutch Arnoud, Arend, or Arent van Egmond, (c. 1337 – 9 April 1409) was Lord of Egmond and IJsselstein.He was the son of John I of Egmond and his wife, Guida of IJsselstein...
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John V, Lord of Arkel
John V, Lord of Arkel (11 September 1362 in Gorinchem – 25 August 1428 in Leerdam) was Lord of Arkel, Haastrecht and Hagestein and stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland and West Frisia.He was a son of...
Joyous Entry of 1356
The Joyous Entry of 1356 (Dutch: Blijde Intrede, Blijde Inkomst, or Blijde Intocht, French: Joyeuse Entrée) into Brussels is the charter of liberties granted to the Duchy of Brabant following the dea...
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John III, Lord of Polanen
John III of Wassenaer, Lord of Polanen (1340 – 10 August 1394) was Lord of Polanen (a heerlijkheid south of Monster). The Lords of Polanen were a branch of the House of Wassenaer. He held exte...
Kestigia
Kestigia (also kestigie, kestighie or kestigade) is a verb, mentioned in medieval Frisian texts. It was a legal process in which a defendant had to prove his innocence by providing an oath. The histor...
Timeline of Burgundian and Habsburg acquisitions in the Low Countries
Around the 13th and early 14th century, various Dutch cities became so important that they started playing a major role in the political and economical affairs of their respective fiefs.At the same ti...
Timeline of Burgundian and Habsburg acquisitions in the Low Countries - Wikipedia