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Jordaens appearance at the Holy Supper (1671)

Abstract

Jordaens, his daughter and two maids are admitted to the Holy Supper of the Reformed Church “The Olijfberg” in Antwerp.

Place and date
Antwerp, 1671

Archival reference
Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Parish Registers, Reformed Church, PR # 171, fol. 107

Transcription
Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, PR # 171, fol. 107

Transcribed by Piet Bakker

Publication history

Document described in:

  • R.-A. d’Hulst, Nora De Poorter en Marc van Denven, cat. tent. Jacob Jordaens (1593-1678), (Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerpen; Brussel 1993) p. 13

How to cite: Bakker, Piet. “Jordaens appearance at the Holy Supper.” In Jordaens Van Dyck Panel Paintings Project. Edited by Joost Vander Auwera and Justin Davies.
jordaensvandyck.org/archive/jordaens-appearance-at-the-holy-supper-1671/ (accessed 22 October 2019)

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Folio 171

[51] Namen der persoonen die na vertooninge van behoorlicke, kerckelicke attestatien, of oock wel na voorgaende, gesonde belijdenis hares geloofs van de waerde leden des kerckentaets van den Olijfberch toegestaen is te verschijnen aen  Christi heilige tafel in het gebruijck van sijn heilich, en hoochwaerdich avondtmael; A[nn]o 1671

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Jordaens met sijn dochter en 2 meissens

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[51] Names of the persons, who, after having shown decent, church attestations, or a sincere confession of his faith before the members of the church council of the Olijfberch, are allowed to appear at Christ’s holy table to use his holy, and high quality supper; A[nn]o 1671

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Jordaens with his daughter and 2 maids

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