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LOOSJES PZ., A., - Ewoud van Lodijke of de ondergang der Zeeuwsche stad Romerswaal. Treurspel, benevens eene beknopte beschrijving der gemelde stad. Deze druk wordt geheel ten voordeele van de door de overstrooming ongelukkig gewordenen uitgegeven.

Haarlem, A. Loosjes Pz., 1808, X,110 (2) pages, engraved titlepage with vignette by Joannes Pieter Visser Bender (1785-1813), landscape with view of Romerswaal, waterstain on titlepage and first 10 pages, half linen bindng, marbled boards, written by Adriaan Loosjes Pz. (1761-1818), Saakes 4 (1808), p. 477. Play concerning the decline and fall of the city of Romerswaal (Remmerswaal, Reimerswaal) in Zeeland that eventually dissapeared. Reimerswaal is a lost city in the Netherlands. The present-day municipality of Reimerswaal is named after this city, which was granted city rights in 1374. The city was destroyed by repeated floods, and the last citizens left in 1632. Nothing remains. It was located north of the current municipality, on the east end of the Oosterschelde, on land which is now called the Verdronken Land van Reimerswaal ("Drowned Land of Reimerswaal"). The site of the city has been recognized as a national archeological monument and is buried under the Oesterdam
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