Publication:

Molens in veelvoudig perspektief: Verzamelde molinologische opstellen: Kultureel jaarboek Oost-Vlaanderen: Bijdragen nieuwe reeks nr. 36

    Full details

    English titleMills in multiple perspective: Collected molinological papers
    Authors & editors

    Huys, Paul [Author]

    Publisher Provincie Oost-Vlanderen
    Year of publication 1993
    Languages

    Dutch (main text)

    Medium Journal
    Edition1
    Topics

    Energy & power > Development of technology
    Arts and culture

    Scope & contentCollection of the author's papers on aspects of the history of mills and milling in East Flanders taken from contemporary archive sources, divided into themes: Mill symbolism, Mill iconography, Mill technology, Medieval mill archives , Mill archives from later times
    KeywordsBelgium, Archaeology & history

    Copies held

    Accession no. 229609

    • Shelf location: U400.4-HAY
    • Donor: Ken Major Collection

    Divisions within this publication

    • 1: Introduction: Mills in the prism of time, by Dr. Paul Bauters
    • 2: Part I: Mill symbolism
    • 3: On the naming of East Flemish windmills
    • 4: 15th-century mill images in North Germany
    • 5: Late medieval ‘Mystical Mill’ illustrations
    • 6: An allegorical late medieval mill song
    • 7: Emblems on particular 16th and 17th century mills
    • 8: Mills in old folk proverbs
    • 9: Thirteen mill saints to the dozen
    • 10: Of mills and millers and saints and witches
    • 11: A mill allegory by G.E. Lessing (1769)
    • 12: Part II: Mill iconography
    • 13: A stone mill of 1453 (Ghent Brewers’ Guild)
    • 14: A miler and a donkey: a late medieval allegorical representation
    • 15: The godly mill: a Reformation pamphlet from 1521
    • 16: The miller woodcuts from Jost Amman’s ‘Ständebuch’ (1568)
    • 17: The mill drawings of Paul Vitzthumb (1751-1838)
    • 18: Part III: Mill technology
    • 19: The mill designs of Jacques Besson in the ‘Theatrum Instrumentorum et Machinarum’ (1578)
    • 20: 17th-century sugar milling in the Lesser Antilles
    • 21: The oldest (?) report of a double grain-feed in a mill (Astene near Deinze, 1665)
    • 22: A windmill-driven vessel (Bremen, Martin Peltier, 1742)
    • 23: Part IV; Medieval mill archives (13th-15th centuries)
    • 24: Reports of mills in the ‘Corpus-Gysseling’ (13th century)
    • 25: A windmill at Herseaux, 1272-1291
    • 26: A hundred and twenty windmills near Ypres in 1297?
    • 27: An Aalster mill from 1328
    • 28: Representations of three Ghent abbey mills (1397-1399 and 1460-1461)
    • 29: A document from 1428 on the sale of Leers Windmill
    • 30: Flemish mill archive material (1444)
    • 31: Representation of a stone windmill at Aardenburg about 1446
    • 32: The burned mills of St. Baafs Abbey, Ghent (1488)
    • 33: Part V: Mill archives from later times (16th-18th century)
    • 34: Paper- water-mills in East Flanders in the 16th century
    • 35: Construction of new mills in Flanders County between 1574 and 1608
    • 36: On the value and prices of mills (1635)
    • 37: The wooden windmill of Zeveren
    • 38: Erection of new mills in West Flanders in the 18th century
    • 39: Mills at Lokeren in 1769
    • 40: About horse-drawn mills (Ghent 1769 and 1792)
    • 41: Mill advertisements in the ‘Gazette van Gend’ (1782-1785)