Kinderen vragen om duidelijkheid

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Kinderen vragen om duidelijkheid

Genre:
Subject
Opvoeding
Title
Kinderen vragen om duidelijkheid
Author
Hans Janssen 1947-
Language
Dutch
Distributor
Brussel: Luisterpunt, 1998
1 cd
Playing time
5:11
Original publisher
Muntinga
Note
Nederlandse stem Converted book
Placing suggestion
433 (SISO) Opgroeien - Opvoeden (ZIZO)

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Availability in Flemish libraries

About Hans Janssen

Zacharias Janssen; also Zacharias Jansen or Sacharias Jansen; 1585 – pre-1632) was a Dutch spectacle-maker who lived most of his life in Middelburg. He is associated with the invention of the first optical telescope and/or the first truly compound microscope, but these claims (made 20 years after his death) may be fabrications put forward by his son.

Biography

Zacharias Janssen was born in The Hague. Local records seem to indicate he was born in 1585 although a date of birth as early as 1580 or as late as 1588 are also given. His parents were Hans Martens (who may have had the occupation of a peddler) and Maeyken Meertens, both probably from Antwerp, Belgium. He grew up with his sister Sara in Middelburg, at the time the second most important city of the Netherlands. He was known as a "street seller" who was constantly in trouble with the local authorities.

He stated he was born …Read more on Wikipedia