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Portrait of Claes van Ruyven (? -1492), kneeling in armor at a table with a prayer book. At the top left and right are four coats of arms, of which the top left shield is the coat of arms of Van Ruyven. Claes van Ruyven, steward of the count of Holland and bailiff of Haarlem, was beaten to death in Haarlem in 1492 during the revolt of the cheese and bread people. Top right: Page. 316. Copper engraving by Cornelis van Noorde (1731-1795), after Tako Hajo Jelgersma (1702-1795). Made in Haarlem in 1764. Source: Rijksmuseum, 2015.
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