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

Johannes Janssonius

Name:Johannes Janssonius
Name variants:Jan Jansz | Jan van Aernem | Jan Janssen Brouwer de oude
Gender:male
Born:Arnhem
Died:Amsterdam buried on
Father:Jan Jansz (van Arnhem) (? - 1655)
Mother:Judick van Aelst (? - ?)

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Business
has business conflict with Willem Jansz. Blaeu, alias: Guillielmus Janssonius Caesius
has business relation with Hendrick Hondius II, alias: Henricus
has business relation with Johannes Janssonius van Waesberghe I
has business relation with Evert Symonsz. Hamersvelt
has business relation with Salomon Rogiers, alias: Rogerus
has business relation with Petrus Kaerius, alias: Pieter van den Keere / Kerius
is employer of Pieter Goos
is employer of Johannes Beuns, alias: Jean
Publishing and printing
sells / leaves stock to Johannes Janssonius van Waesberghe I
sells / leaves stock to Frederik de Wit

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External biographical records

Primary sources

  1. Stadsarchief Amsterdam, Amsterdam: DTB-registers (toegangsnummer 5001), 416: 250 & 434: 245

Secondary sources

  1. Kleerkooper, M.M. & Van Stockum, W.P., De boekhandel te Amsterdam voornamelijk in de 17e eeuw: biographische en geschiedkundige aanteekeningen (2 vols.), [Bijdragen tot de geschiedenis van den Nederlandschen boekhandel 10], ’s-Gravenhage: Nijhoff (1914), volume 1: 295-320 & volume 2: 1315-1359; 1489-1492
  2. Bredius, A., 'Losse aantekeningen over Amsterdamsche plaatsnijders', Archief voor Nederlandsche Kunstgeschiedenis 7 (1888-1890), pp. 316-335, 323-324
  3. Digitaal Wetenschapshistorisch Centrum, Scientific Instrument Makers in the Netherlands, . <URL: http://www.dwc.knaw.nl/biografie/scientific-instrument-makers/>, s.p. (sub Pieter Goos)
  4. Orenstein, Nadine, Hendrick Hondius and the business of prints in seventeenth-century Holland, [Studies in prints and printmaking 1], Rotterdam: Sound & Vision Interactive (1996)

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