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Dutch museum stops using ‘Golden Age’ for 17th century

Seattle Times Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
AMSTERDAM (AP) — A museum in Amsterdam is facing criticism for its decision to stop using the term “Golden Age” to describe the 17th century, when the Netherlands was a global mercantile, military and artistic superpower. Amsterdam Museum curator Tom van der Molen says the term is strongly linked to national pride over prosperity and […]
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