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Snapshot 103: Huygens in Leiden
Huygens in Leiden: the house rules of landlord Paravicino
With students as boarders, things can quickly turn into a mess, now as well as in the seventeenth century. For this reason, Pietro Paravicino, owner of a Leiden boarding house, served his student tenants a set of house rules.
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