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In the 18th century betrothed couples not only included arrangements on the size of the matrimonial property in their prenuptial agreements, but also, and in particular, agreements on the inheritance-related consequences of one of their deaths. In a case study Marcel Kremer researches the contents of 18th-century prenuptial agreements of Mennonites for the arrangements made to ensure the welfare of the surviving spouse.

Event details of Prenuptial agreements in the 18th century
Date 13 December 2013
Time 13:00 -14:00

M.R. Kremer, Huwelijk en vermogen. Een (rechts)historische case study naar de verzorging van de langstlevende echtgenoot in de stad Groningen onder doopsgezinden (1699-1809).

Supervisor

Prof. C.M. Cappon

Co-supervisor

Prof. P. Visser (VU)

Venue

Singelkerk
Singel 452, Amsterdam

Entrance

This event will be open to the public.