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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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  • [Translate to English:] 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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Events
 

Wed, 12.06.2024
Tue, 18.06.2024
Mon, 01.07.2024 – 04.07.2024

Publications
 

Constanza Cordoni

Reconfiguring the Land of Israel

A Rabbinic Project

Claudia Rapp / Yannis Stouraitis (Eds.)

Microstructures and Mobility in the Byzantine World

Christian Gastgeber

Byzantinische Soziographik

Pavlína Rychterová, Jan Odstrcilik (eds)

Medieval Translations and their Readers

Edit Anna Lukács

Immovable Truth

Divine Knowledge and the Bible at the University of Vienna (1384-1419)

Schlotheuber, Eva / Theisen, Maria

Die Goldene Bulle von 1356

Das erste Grundgesetz des römisch-deutschen Reichs

Johannes Preiser-Kapeller

Byzanz

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Markus Gneiß

Milites et clientes

Studien zu sozialen Gruppenbildungsprozessen innerhalb der (rittermäßigen) Klientel der Kuenringer vom 12. bis zum 14. Jahrhundert

Claudia Rapp and Johannes Preiser-Kapeller (Eds.)

Mobility and Migration in Byzantium: A Sourcebook

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Wed, 08.05.2024
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