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

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

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

Stefan Donecker (Ed.)

Abstammungsmythen und Völkergenealogien im frühneuzeitlichen Ostseeraum

Studien zur Geschichte der Ostseeregion 2

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

Neighbours and Strangers

Local societies in early medieval Europe

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

Der Ostalpenram im Frühmittelalter

Herrschaftsstrukturen, Raumorganisation und archäologisch-historischer Vergleich

Ed. byElke KROTZ, Norbert KÖSSINGER, Henrike MANUWALD und Stephan MÜLLER

Rudolf von Ems

Beiträge zu Autor, Werk und Überlieferung

Petra Heinicker und Anne-Katrin Kunde (Bearbeitung)

Regesten Kaiser Friedrichs III. (Kopie 1)

Die Urkunden und Briefe des Österreichischen Staatsarchivs in Wien, Abt. Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchiv: Allgemeine Urkundenreihe, Familienurkunden und Abschriftensammlungen (1480–1482) | Heft 035

Kornelia Holzner-Tobisch (Bearbeitung)

Regesten Kaiser Friedrichs III. (Kopie 2)

Die Urkunden und Briefe des Österreichischen Staatsarchivs in Wien, Abt. Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchiv: Allgemeine Urkundenreihe, Familienurkunden und Abschriftensammlungen (1476–1479) | Heft 034

Alexandra Kaar

Wirtschaft, Krieg und Seelenheil (Kopie 1)

Papst Martin V., Kaiser Sigismund und das Handelsverbot gegen die Hussiten in Böhmen

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