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    The Institute for Medieval Research (IMAFO) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences combines two fundamental research strategies: Firstly, a great many projects are concerned with the analysis and interpretation of the medieval heritage of Europe and Byzantium. The second research strategy involves tackling issues current in the humanities and in cultural and social studies.

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  • Fresco from the foot of the Oppian Hill, Rome, 8th/9th c. Vatican Museums, 31448 (ex 119) (c) © Genevra Kornbluth [http://www.kornbluthphoto.com/OppianHillFresco.html]

    The Institute for Medieval Research (IMAFO) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences combines two fundamental research strategies: Firstly, a great many projects are concerned with the analysis and interpretation of the medieval heritage of Europe and Byzantium. The second research strategy involves tackling issues current in the humanities and in cultural and social studies.

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  • Wappenbrief König Friedrichs III. für das Kollegiatstift zu Wiener Neustadt, HHStA Wien (Sign. AUR 1446 II 15) © monasterium.net

    The Institute for Medieval Research (IMAFO) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences combines two fundamental research strategies: Firstly, a great many projects are concerned with the analysis and interpretation of the medieval heritage of Europe and Byzantium. The second research strategy involves tackling issues current in the humanities and in cultural and social studies.

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  • The Institute for Medieval Research (IMAFO) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences combines two fundamental research strategies: Firstly, a great many projects are concerned with the analysis and interpretation of the medieval heritage of Europe and Byzantium. The second research strategy involves tackling issues current in the humanities and in cultural and social studies.

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  • © Daniel Hinterramskogler/ÖAW

    The Institute for Medieval Research (IMAFO) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences combines two fundamental research strategies: Firstly, a great many projects are concerned with the analysis and interpretation of the medieval heritage of Europe and Byzantium. The second research strategy involves tackling issues current in the humanities and in cultural and social studies.

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The Institute for Medieval Research (IMAFO) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences combines two fundamental research strategies: Firstly, a great many projects are concerned with the analysis and interpretation of the medieval heritage of Europe and Byzantium. The second research strategy involves tackling issues current in the humanities and in cultural and social studies.

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Walter Pohl | Clemens Gantner (Hgs.)

After Charlemagne (copy 1)

Carolingian Italy and its Rulers

KODER Johannes

Nomos Georgikos (copy 1)

Das byzantinische Landwirtschaftsgesetz. Überlegungen zu inhaltlichen und zeitlichen Einordnung. Deutsche Übersetzung. Reihe: Wiener Byzantinistische Studien, Band: 32

BELKE Klaus

Bithynien und Hellespont (copy 1)

Tabula Imperii Byzantini 13

eds. Andreas Külzer, Veronika Polloczek, Mihailo St. Popović, Johannes Koder

RAUM UND GESCHICHTE (copy 1)

Der Historische Atlas „Tabula Imperii Byzantini“ an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

Veronika Wieser / Vincent Eltschinger / Johann Heiss (Hg.)

Cultures of Eschatology (copy 1)

Volume 1: Empires and Scriptural Authorities in Medieval Christian, Islamic and Buddhist Communities. Volume 2: Time, Death and Afterlife in Medieval Christian, Islamic and Buddhist Communities

Stefan Donecker (Hg.)

Abstammungsmythen und Völkergenealogien im frühneuzeitlichen Ostseeraum (copy 1)

Studien zur Geschichte der Ostseeregion 2

Johannes Preiser-Kapeller / Lucian Reinfandt / Yannis Stouraitis (Hg.)

Migration Histories of the Medieval Afroeurasian Transition Zone (copy 1)

Aspects of mobility between Africa, Asia and Europe, 300-1500 C.E.

Bernhard Zeller / Charles West / Francesca Tinti / Marco Stoffella / Nicolas Schroeder / Carine van Rhijn / Steffen Patzold / Thomas Kohl / Wendy Davies / Miriam Czock

Neighbours and Strangers (copy 1)

Local societies in early medieval Europe

Maximilian Diesenberger/Stefan Eichert/Katharina Winckler (Hg.)

Der Ostalpenraum im Frühmittelalter (copy 1)

Herrschaftsstrukturen, Raumorganisation und archäologisch-historischer Vergleich