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Linking cultural industries in the early modern Low Countries, ca. 1475 - ca. 1725

Johannes Montanus

Name:Johannes Montanus
Gender:male
Born:Vlissingen
Died: after
Father:Pieter van den Berghe (1560 - 1625)
Mother:Jacomina Hondius (1558 - 1628)

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contributed to the album amicorum from Jacob Heiblocq
received contribution in album amicorum from Jacob Janszoon Colevelt
received contribution in album amicorum from Jan Christiaensz Coevershof
received contribution in album amicorum from Cornelius de Dieu
received contribution in album amicorum from Claes Cornelisz. Moyaert, alias: Nicolaes Moeyaert / Moijart
received contribution in album amicorum from Reinier de Bont, alias: Regnerus Bontius
received contribution in album amicorum from Johannes Polyander à Kerckhoven
received contribution in album amicorum from John Dury, alias: Johannes Duraeus
received contribution in album amicorum from Henricus Reneri
received contribution in album amicorum from Daniel Heinsius
received contribution in album amicorum from Joannes Heydanus, alias: Van der Heyden
received contribution in album amicorum from Pieter van den Berghe, alias: Petrus Montanus
received contribution in album amicorum from Ludovicus Hondius
received contribution in album amicorum from Petrus Montanus
received contribution in album amicorum from Jodocus Hondius II
received contribution in album amicorum from Thomas Maurois
received contribution in album amicorum from Gaspar van der Heyden
received contribution in album amicorum from Mattheus Slade, alias: Sladus
received contribution in album amicorum from John Taylor, alias: the Water Poet
received contribution in album amicorum from Philemon Holland
received contribution in album amicorum from Jacob Cool, alias: Jacobus Colius Ortelianus
received contribution in album amicorum from Simeon Ruytinck, alias: Rutingius
received contribution in album amicorum from Werner Jacobsz. van den Valckert, alias: Warnar Jacobsz. van den Valckert; Warnaer Valxsz
received contribution in album amicorum from Enoch Sterthemius
received contribution in album amicorum from Willem Teellinck, alias: Guilielmus Teellingius
received contribution in album amicorum from Maria Freilingia, alias: Preijlingius
received contribution in album amicorum from Daniel Bredan
received contribution in album amicorum from Nicolaas Fonteijn, alias: Nicolaus Fontanus
received contribution in album amicorum from Pieter Dircksz. (van) Santvoort gen. Bontepaert
received contribution in album amicorum from Jan Martens de Jonge (ook II), alias: Martsen
received contribution in album amicorum from Gerardus Johannes Vossius
received contribution in album amicorum from Abraham Dircksz van Santvoort
received contribution in album amicorum from Jacobus Montanus
received contribution in album amicorum from Isaac Gruterus
received contribution in album amicorum from Esaias Murant, alias: Jesaias Davidis Meurant
received contribution in album amicorum from Emanuel Murant, alias: Meurant
received contribution in album amicorum from Jacob Heiblocq

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External biographical records

Primary sources

  1. Stadsarchief Amsterdam, Amsterdam: DTB-registers (toegangsnummer 5001), 763: 110, 1054: 3, 1054: 47vo, 1054: 56, 1054: 99vo, 1054: 109vo & 1054: 123vo
  2. Het Utrechts Archief, Utrecht: DTB-registers Utrecht (toegangsnummer 711), 5: 503 (31-7-1664)
  3. Album amicorum J. Montanus, Den Haag, Koninklijke Bibliotheek: 76 H 6
  4. Album amicorum Jacob Heyblocq, Den Haag, Koninklijke Bibliotheek: 131 H 26, s.n.: 51

Secondary sources

  1. Roelants, H.A.M., 'Genealogie van het geslacht van den Berghe genaamd Montanus', Algemeen Nederlandsch familieblad 6 (1889), pp. 41-44, 41, 42

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