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  • Die Vandalenby Helmut Castritius

    Kohlhammer Verlag 2007; US$ 15.78

    Der Vandalenname ist im davon abgeleiteten Begriff "Vandalismus" in den europäischen Sprachen präsent und von ungebrochener Aktualität. Man hat vermutet, der Fluch der Nachwelt habe eine solche Erinnerung gesichert. Wenn dem so ist, dann ist zu klären, worauf das relativ spät, nämlich Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts, ausgesprochene und schnell... more...

  • Die Frühzeit der Thüringerby Dieter Geuenich; Matthias Werner; Helmut Castritius; Thorsten Fischer

    De Gruyter 2009; US$ 182.00

    The volume contains 17 papers by archaeologists, historians and linguists who met at the University of Jena in October 2006 to compare the state of research in their particular disciplines on the early history of Thuringia. Here it became clear that in many respects the findings of historians and archaeologists cannot be reconciled with each other.... more...

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