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Bosch bouwhout onderweg. Een historisch onderzoek naar de herkomst van Bosch bouwhout in de vijftiende en zestiende eeuw
Around the mid-sixteenth century the organization of the timber trade seems to have developed to such an extent that it was mainly pretreated types of timber that could be offered to the buyers. These consisted of local timber as well as of timber that had been supplied from a longer distance. The timber supplied chiefly came from the German Mid-Rhine region and from the basin of the Maas and its tributaries in present-day South Belgium and Luxemburg. The greater part of the local timber camedoi:10.7480/knob.92.1993.5.500 fatcat:iuiif765rbgm3f7ru6tvlyvxn4