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van Schaïk, R.. (2012). Imago. De beeldtaal van middeleeuwse corporatieve zegels uit Groningen. Historisch Jaarboek Groningen, Jaarboek 2012, 6-23.
Schats, R., & Klomp, M.. (2019). In sickness and in health. An archaeological and osteoarchaeological analysis of St. Gertrude’s infirmary in Kampen (1382-c.1611). In R. van Oosten, Schats, R., & Fast, K. (Red.), Osteoarchaeology in historical context. Cemetery research from the Low Countries (Vol. 3, pp. 105-119). Leiden: Sidestone Press.
Schell, S. (2023). Image and the Office of the Dead in Late Medieval Europe. Regular, Repellant, and Redemptive Death. Visual and Material Culture, 1300-1700 (p. 240). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Schepers, K. (2004). Ioannis Rusbrochii De ornatu spiritualium nuptiarum: Wilhelmo Iordani interprete. Corpus Christianorum. Continuatio Medaeualis (Vol. 207, p. 408). Turnhout: Brepols.
Schroeder, N. (2017). Imperial Abbacy Meets French Lordship: Stavelot-Malmedy and the County of Luxembourg under Thibaut of Bar and Ermesinde (1197-1247). In S. Vanderputten, Snijders, T., & Diehl, J. (Red.), Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300 (Vol. 37, pp. 29-48). Turnhout: Brepols.
Schut, E. (1993). Inventaris van het archief va de familie Van Ewsum, 1350-1646. Publikatiereeks van het Rijksarchief in Groningen (Vol. 10, p. 182). Groningen: Rijksarchief in Groningen.
Spicer, A. (2003). Iconoclasm and Adaption: The Reformation of the Churches in Scotland and the Netherlands. In D. Gaimster & Gilchrist, R. (Red.), The Archaeology of Reformation 1480-1580 (Vol. 1, pp. 29-43). Leeds: The Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology.
van Spijker, I. 't. (2019). “Impressed by Their Stamp”: Hagiography and the Cultivation of the Self. In S. Kahn Herrick (Red.), Hagiography and the History of Latin Christendom, 500-1500 (Vol. 4, pp. 192-208). Leiden: Brill.
Stevens, W., Minnen, B., & Put, E.. (2014). Inventaris van het archief van de Sint-Pietersparochie te Rotselaar (15de-20ste eeuw) (p. 58). Leuven: Algemeen Rijksarchief en Rijksarchief in de Provinciën.
Stoclet, A. J. (1999). Immunes ab omni teloneo. Etude de diplomatique, de philologie et d'histoire sur l'exemption de tonlieux au haut moyen âge et spécialement sur la Praeceptio de navibus. Bibliothèque de l'Institut Historique Belge de Rome (Vol. 45, p. 576). Brussel-Roma: Belgisch Historisch Instituut te Rome.
Sugiyama, M. (2021). Images and Indulgences in Early Netherlandish Painting. Distinguished Contributions to the Study of the Arts in the Burgundian Netherlands (Vol. 4, p. IV+193). London: Havery Miller.
Tervoort, A. (2004). The iter italicum and the Northern Netherlands. Dutch Students at Italian Universities and Their Role in the Netherlands. Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance (Vol. 21, p. 442). Leiden: Brill.
Thibaut, J. (2018). Intermediary Leadership. The Agency of Abbesses in Ottonian Saxony. In S. Vanderputten (Red.), Abbots and Abbesses as a Human Resource in the Ninth- to Twelfth-Century West (Vol. 74, pp. 41-59). Zürich: LIT.
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Van Bruaene, A. - L. (2006). 'In principio erat verbum': Drama, devotion, reformation and urban association in Low Countries. In C. F. Black & Gravestock, P. (Red.), Early modern confraternities in Europe and the Americas: international and interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 64-80). Aldershot: Ashgate.
Van den Bossche, B. (2004). The iconography of the Rheno-Mosan châsses of the thirteenth century. In S. Blick & Tekippe, R. (Red.), Art and architecture of late medieval pilgrimage in Northern Europe and England (Vol. 104, pp. 649-667). Leiden: Brill.