Elisabeth's Manly Courage: Testimonials and Songs of Martyred Anabaptist Women in the Low Countries

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A WORD ABOUT THE TEXTS

A. Sources for the Texts and Music in this Collection:

Texts from Het Offer des Heeren, 1570 (pagination: S. Cramer, Het Offer, 1904):

Weynken Claes: Confession and Martyr Song (f. 246v ff., p. 422 ff.)

Anna Jansz: Testament to her Son Isaiah and Martyr Song (f. 16r ff., p. 70 ff.)

Mary van Beckom and Ursel van Werdum: Martyr Song (f. 5v ff., p. 509 ff.)

Elisabeth van Leeuwarden: Martyr Song (f. 28r ff., p. 91 ff.)

Lijsken Dircks and Jeronimus Segersz: Correspondence and Martyr Song (f. 67v ff., p. 152 ff.)

Claesken Gaeledochter: Questionings, Letters to Friends, Martyr Song (f. 182r ff., p. 324 ff.)

Six Women of Antwerp: Martyr Song (f. 38r ff., p. 581 ff.)

Mayken Boosers: Letters, Testament, Notes, Martyr Song (f. 236v ff., p. 411 ff.)

Texts from other sources:

Anna Jansz: “Trumpet Song” (Veelderhande Liedekens / ghemaect wt de Ouden ende Nieuwen Testamente / die voortijdts in Druck zijn wtghegaen / ende zijn in ordeninge vanden A.B.C. byden anderen gheuoecht. 1569. [Franeker, erfgenamen van J. Hendriksz.], f. 155ff.; Amsterdam DB: OK 65–306.)

Elisabeth van Leeuwarden: Court Sentence (Rijksarchief Friesland, rpt. Mellink, Documenta, 85)

Six Women of Antwerp: Letter from Maeyken de Corte (van Braght, Bloedig Toneel, 250–251)

Martha Baerts: Song “O God” (pamphlet of 1579, The Hague KB 1713 F 33:4)

Soetken van den Houte: Testament (pamphlet of 1579, The Hague KB 1713 F 33:4)

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