LGBT history in Belgium
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- 1565 -- Jan Matsys paints Lot (biblical person) and His Daughters from the Book of Genesis. Genesis 18 and 19 describes Lot and his family's escape from fire and brimstone against Sodom and Gomorrah as punishment for homosexuality.
- June 28, 1578 -- Homosexual Monks are purged through execution in Ghent.
- Baudartius, Willem (1616). Afbeeldinghe, ende beschrijvinghe van alle de veld-slagen, belegeringen, en̄ and're notable geschiedenissen, ghevallen in de Nederlanden, geduerende d'oorloghe teghens den coningh van Spaengien. Michiel Colijn.
- "Where is it illegal to be gay?". BBC News. Retrieved 23 February 2014.
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