[ ahr-tuh-velt ]
/ ˈɑr təˌvɛlt /
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Ja·cob van [yah-kawp vahn], /ˈyɑ kɔp vɑn/, 1290?–1345, Flemish statesman.
his son, Phi·lip van [fee-lip vahn], /ˈfi lɪp vɑn/, 1340?–82, Flemish revolutionist and political leader.
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Also Ar·te·vel·de [ahr-tuh-vel-duh]. /ˌɑr təˈvɛl də/.
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Arteveld, or Artevelde (a˙rte-velt, a˙rte-vel-de), the name of two men distinguished in the history of the Low Countries.