Welcome to the Europeana blog

Welcome to the Europeana blog! On this blog you will find short updates on Europeana content, special events and things we are working on.

Click the above to watch Europeana’s introduction video, or click Blog Home to read more on the blog.

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  1. LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON THE NAME METTENEYE AROUND BRUGE! RELATIVES CAME FROM SOUTHEASTERN FRANCE TO BRUGE IN 1300’S.

  2. I think it’s wonderful to have cultural archives of so much value with much ease and immediacy. Value such initiatives contribute to humanity to focus on values ​​that, historically speaking, they have also built developments in thought and human advancement and all that makes him worthy of their status.

    On the other hand, I recommend everyone visit Europeana.org, even occasionally. That look in her responses and personal enrichment, and even its history.

  3. This page its very interesting because I and my family can we seen everything about history and culture from Europe. I like to share our experience using this blog in your browser thank you very much

    1. Dear PILAR,
      Thank you for your comment. Please tell us more about your interests in history and culture. What are some of the exciting things you and your family have already found on Europeana?

  4. A quand un blogue francophone sur le blogue d’Europeana ?? Je trouve que la majorité de l’information nous est transmise en anglais !!!
    Guy Junior

    1. Dear Guy,
      Unfortunately, we don’t have the resources to have the Europeana blog in French. However, we are trying our best, so we provided a translation tool on the blog. You can see it on the top right corner of the page and select your langauage. Of course the translations are rough, but hopefully they give you a good idea about the posts.

    1. We would also love to hear from you! Please feel free to share your thoughts and great things you come across on Europeana. Tell us about your interests in culture and science, and what you like most about them. Or let us know about interesting cultural events that are happening around you or elsewhere in Europe. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

    1. Dear Anne,
      Unfortunately, we don’t have the resources to have the Europeana blog in French. However, we are trying our best, so we provided a translation tool on the blog. Of course the translations are rough, but hopefully they give you a good idea about the posts.
      You are also more than welcome to correct the translations and post them as comments. I think our French-speaking readers will appreciate that.

  5. Hallo,
    interessant, dass gleich zu Beginn dieses Blogs die Frage der Sprache auftaucht. Ich finde die automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche schon sehr gut. Als guter Europäer kann ich alle drei Sprachen lsesnd gut verstehen. Aus Paritätsgründen schreibe ich hier deutsch und bin gespannt auf die automatische Übersetzung ins Englische. Und nun suche ich nach neuen Inhalten. Ich finde Europeana übrigens eine tolle Idee.

    Viel Spaß

  6. Hallo noch mal,
    na ja, meine obige Einlassung kommt eigentlich nur dann verständlich, wenn ich ins Englische übersetzen lasse. Dann bleibt sie nämlich deutsch.

  7. The language for communication is critical to share information.
    Which one?
    What Svoboda is saying? Regards.

  8. Nog Metteneye (uit: Grafmonumenten te Brugge voor 1578, 1976):
    Agnes: +14.. x Pieter Broodeloose + 15.11.1443
    Barbara: x Lodewijk van Rockeghem + 30.1.1481
    Catharina: x Jan van Aertrijcke + 11.9.1452
    Catharina2: +7.11.1545 x Jan Adornes (= de la Coste)
    Clara: +24.9.1458 x Jacob Braderyck + 13.1.1451
    Elisabeth: + 18.1.1427 x Jacob Bonin sr + 1420
    Filips: +2.6.1470, burgemeester, x Catharina Geerolf
    Jacob: x Clara Breydel +42.1364
    Jacob2: +1389, x Marie Bonin + 1378
    Jacob3: +9.12.1484, x Margareta Biese +4.11.1466
    Jan: +30.7.1413 x Isabella Breydel + 1430
    Joris: + 27.2.1457 x Margareta Bonin x Elisabeth Gramme
    Jossine: + 1526 x Wouter Despars +21.10.1515
    Lodewijk: +17.12.1475 x Catharina Bladelinx
    Margaretha: +12.3.1474 x Marc Despars + 13.3.1474
    Margaretha2: +13.11.1502 x Cornelis de Keyt
    Nikolaas: +20.10.1380
    Pieter: +26.1.1427 x Barbara van der Zyckele
    Pieter2sr: +19.4.1469 x Adrienne van Waterganghe + 1.4.1450
    Pieter2jr: +1.3.1495 x Margareta van Baenst
    Wouter: +1.7.1448 x Margaretha Canneel +147x
    (roland.rotsaert(a)gmail.com)

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