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Portrait bust to the left within oval of Peter van Gieselles, commander of Ostend during the siege from 1601 to 1604. The title for the portrait. At the bottom two lines of text in French. Copper engraving, maker unknown. Published in The Hague by Aert Meuris in 1621, in: ,, Ostend Vermaerde, gheweldighe, lanckduyrighe, ende Bloedighe Belegheringhe, Storminghe ende naughty Aenvallen: Mitsgaders De Manlijcke, Cloecke ende Brave teghenweer ende Defense by den Belegerden, more than three full years during Clockmoedelijcken ghedaen, 1603 in the years 1603. 1603. 1604. Waerachtelick described by Philippe Fleming, Auditor of the Garnisoen aldaer gheweest, being the time of 13. Years, and the Secretary of the Governors, having him ghestadich gheduyrende de Belegheringhe within derselver Stede. '' Source: National Military Museum, 2015.
This text has been translated automatically from Dutch