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King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence


King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14372
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14378
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14382
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14383
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14385
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14390
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14394
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14396
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14403
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14412
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


RPE14415
The Hague

King Willem-Alexander receives Desiderius Erasmus correspondence

 



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