• 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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  • 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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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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Eds. Walter Pohl and Veronika Wieser

Emerging Powers in Eurasian Comparison, 200–1100

Shadows of Empire

Hg. von Markus DEBERTOL/Markus GNEIß/Julia HÖRMANN-THURN UND TAXIS/Manfred HOLLEGGER und Andreas ZAJIC unter Mitarb. von Sonja DÜNNEBEIL

„PER TOT DISCRIMINA RERUM“. MAXIMILIAN I. (1459-1519)

Astrid Breith (Hrsg.) unter Mitarbeit von Nikolaus Czifra, Christine Glaßner und Magdalena Lichtenwagner

Vom Schreiben und Sammeln

Einblicke in die Göttweiger Bibliotheksgeschichte

Michael Depreter / Jonathan Dumont / Elizabeth L'Estrange / Samuel Mareel (Hgs.)

Marie de Bourgogne/Mary of Burgundy

‘Persona’, Reign, and Legacy of a Late Medieval Duchess / Figure, Principat et Postérité d’une Duchesse Tardo-Médiévale

Matthias M. Tischler / Patrick S. Marschner (eds.)

Transcultural Approaches to the Bible

Exegesis and Historical Writing across Medieval Worlds

Valérie Bessey/Sonja Dünnebeil/Paravicini Werner (Eds.)

Die Hofordnungen der Herzöge von Burgund

Band 2: Die Hofordnungen Herzog Karls des Kühnen 1467–1477

Johannes Preiser-Kapeller

Der Lange Sommer und die Kleine Eiszeit

Klima, Pandemien und der Wandel der Alten Welt von 500 bis 1500 n. Chr.

Johannes Preiser-Kapeller

Die erste Ernte und der große Hunger

Klima, Pandemien und der Wandel der Alten Welt bis 500 n. Chr.

Rutger Kramer / Helmut Reimitz / Graeme Ward (eds.)

Historiography and Identity III: Carolingian Approaches