Dating customs in holland
Frisia marked the northern boundary of the kingdom of Austrasia, although it is unclear how much of the territory was effectively controlled by the Merovingian Frankish kings.
After 843, the territory of the future Netherlands became the northernmost part of the kingdom of Lotharingia, created under the treaty of Verdun which finally settled the lengthy disputes between the sons of Emperor Louis I.
The other study into Thai women in Holland conducted by the student doing a Ph D course at Leiden University focuses on the tension caused within marriages between Thai women and Dutch men caused by obligations taken on by Thai wives after they move with their husbands to Holland.
M/s Suksomboon cites as an example one Thai woman returning with her Dutch husband to her family in North Eastern Thailand.
The county of Holland was the western part of The Netherlands, stretching approximately from the island of Texel in the north to Dordrecht in the south.
The county is first referred to by the name "Holland" in a charter dated 1101.