in: Holland: historisch tijdschrift 49.4 (2017) pp. 177-184.
This paper examines how the rich data from the Enqueste and Informacie, two late medieval surveys for the County of Holland, can be linked to historical GIS maps of Holland. This allows scholars to research demographic and socioeconomic developments in this important area of the Low Countries in new and more detailed ways.
The original source publications by Robert Fruin (and other related publications on the Enqueste and Informacie) can be found here.