jacob artevelde

Arteveld

[ahr-tuh-velt]
noun
1.
Jacob van [yah-kawp vahn] , 1290?–1345, Flemish statesman.
2.
his son, Philip van [fee-lip vahn] , 1340?–82, Flemish revolutionist and political leader.
Also, Artevelde [ahr-tuh-vel-duh] .
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