The “Registers of the Counts of Holland, 1299-1345” contains over 3500 digitized charters from Holland in this period. The site is fully keyword searchable and includes a list of documents one can view based on time and place. The website is in Dutch with English translation for some pages.
This project offers online diplomatic transcriptions of the texts of charters as recorded in a number of registers of the counts of Holland, now hold at the Dutch national archives, the Nationaal Archief, The Hague. There are also archival descriptions of these registers, and itineraries of the counts between 1395 and 1400 as reconstructed from these registers are presented, too. These registers can rightly been viewed as cartularies.
Medieval content details:
Dates: 1299 - 1345
Subject: Clergy, Diplomacy, Diplomatics, Economy, Epistolography, Government, Manuscript Studies, Material Culture
Type/Genre of Medieval Primary Source Material: Art and Artifacts, Charters, Chronicles, Annals, Manuscripts, Material Evidence, Textual Evidence, Wills, Inventories
Geopolitical Region: Holland, Low Countries, Netherlands
Original Language: Dutch, Latin, Middle Dutch