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467 pages ; 23 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xiii, 214 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Introduction
  • Encyclopedism in the Mamluk Empire
  • Structures of knowledge
  • Sources of knowledge
  • Encyclopedism and empire
  • Working methods
  • The reception of the Ultimate ambition.
Shihab al-Din al-Nuwayri was a fourteenth-century Egyptian polymath and the author of one of the greatest encyclopedias of the medieval Islamic world-a thirty-one-volume work entitled The Ultimate Ambition in the Arts of Erudition. A storehouse of knowledge, this enormous book brought together materials on nearly every conceivable subject, from cosmology, zoology, and botany to philosophy, poetry, ethics, statecraft, and history. Composed in Cairo during the golden age of Islamic encyclopedic activity, the Ultimate Ambition was one of hundreds of large-scale compendia, literary anthologies, dictionaries, and chronicles produced at this time-an effort that was instrumental in organizing the archive of medieval Islamic thought. In the first study of this landmark work in a European language, Elias Muhanna explores its structure and contents, sources and influences, and reception and impact in the Islamic world and Europe. He sheds new light on the rise of encyclopedic literature in the learned cities of the Mamluk Empire and situates this intellectual movement alongside other encyclopedic traditions in the ancient, medieval, Renaissance, and Enlightenment periods. He also uncovers al-Nuwayri's world: a scene of bustling colleges, imperial chanceries, crowded libraries, and religious politics. Based on award-winning scholarship, The World in a Book opens up new areas in the comparative study of encyclopedic production and the transmission of knowledge.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
157 pages : maps ; 21 cm
  • L'Encyclopédie est-elle perfectible -- L'Encyclopédie au quotidien : incidences du réel, échos d'une tâche ingrate dans la correspondance de Diderot -- La morale : l'Arlésienne de l'Encyclopédie ? -- La fin de l'Encyclopédie, c'est sa fin -- L'Encyclopédie est-elle une promesse -- Le projet de vocabulaire russe de Diderot -- Les traductions de l'Encyclopédie : Pin(ter)compréhension manquée ?
"Pourquoi 250 ans après, ouvrir l'Encyclopédie ? Parce que la société de gens de lettres qui lui a donné vie a répondu de manière exemplaire à une question qui est encore la nôtre au XXIe siècle, à savoir comment l'homme peut-il lutter contre les formes d'oppression et de terreur qui l'enserrent voire l'anéantissent ? Aujourd'hui, la confusion du politique et du religieux est d'une sinistre actualité par la montée en puissance d'un prétendu État islamique, ou de "Républiques religieuses" qui sont, en réalité, de véritables théocraties et dans l'essor de mouvements fondamentalistes y compris dans les pays démocratiques. Or le combat des encyclopédistes, leur analyse critique de la superstition, du fanatisme et des formes d'intolérance en général peut nous aider à fourbir nos propres armes de résistance à toutes les formes d'intégrisme, pour écraser ce que Voltaire et les encyclopédistes appelaient "l'infâme" et que nous appelons la barbarie criminelle."--Page 4 of cover.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xviii, 442 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
"The audacious, improbable tale of 20th century American hucksterism, outlandish daring, and vision that resurrected a dying Encyclopedia Britannica in collaboration with a floundering London Times, its astonishing success that changed publishing and that produced the Britannica's eleventh edition (published between 1910 and 1911), the most revered edition of English-language encyclopedias (all 44 million words), considered by many to be "the last great work of the age of reason" (Hans Koening, the New Yorker)"-- Provided by publisher.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xxxii, 318 pages ; 20 cm.
  • The first book: on the heavens and the earth
  • The heavens
  • Meteorological phenomena
  • The nights and days
  • The earth, mountains, seas, islands, rivers, and springs
  • The natures of different nations and the inherent dispositions of their inhabitants
  • The second book: on the human being
  • The life stages and nature of the human being
  • Proverbs and parables
  • Praise, invective, entertaining anecdotes, wine, and music
  • On the ruler, his subjects, and advisers; and on the craft of secretaryship
  • The third book: on the mute beasts
  • Carnivorous animals
  • Other wild beasts
  • Livestock
  • Venomous creatures
  • Birds and fish
  • The fourth book: on plants
  • Vegetables and foodstuffs
  • Trees and fruit
  • Aromatic plants
  • Gum resins, mannas, and saps
  • Aromatics, sexual medicines, and the magical properties of nature
  • The fifth book: on history
  • Adam and Eve
  • On the history of the Mamluk State.
An astonishing record of the knowledge of a civilization, The Ultimate Ambition in the Arts of Erudition catalogues everything known to exist from the perspective of a 14th-century Egyptian scholar and litterateur. More than 9,000 pages and 30 volumes--here abridged to one volume, and translated into English for the first time--it contains entries on everything from medieval moon-worshiping cults, sexual aphrodisiacs, and the substance of clouds, to how to get the smell of alcohol off one's breath, the deliciousness of cheese made from buffalo milk, and the nesting habits of flamingos. Similar works by Western authors, including Pliny's Natural History, have been available in English for centuries. This ground-breaking translation of a remarkable Arabic text--expertly abridged and annotated--offers a look at the world through the highly literary and impressively knowledgeable societies of the classical Islamic world. Meticulously arranged and delightfully eclectic, it is a compendium to be treasured--a true monument of erudition.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780143107484 20161024
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xiii, 223 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
  • Nebrija and the ancients
  • Arabic, Nahuatl, Tuscan, Tagalog...
  • From the shores of Tripoli to the halls of Montezuma
  • Margins of vocabularies.
In 1495, the Spanish humanist Antonio de Nebrija published a Spanish-to-Latin dictionary that became a best seller. Over the next century it was revised dozens of times, in nine European cities. As these dictionaries made their way around the globe in this age of encounters, their lists of Spanish words became frameworks for dictionaries of non-Latin languages. What began as Spanish to Latin became Spanish to Arabic, French, English, Tuscan, Nahuatl, Mayan, Quechua, Aymara, Tagalog, and more. Tracing the global influence of Nebrija's dictionary, Byron Ellsworth Hamann, in this interdisciplinary, deeply researched book, connects pagan Rome, Muslim Spain, Aztec Tenochtitlan, Elizabethan England, the Spanish Philippines, and beyond, revealing new connections in world history. The Translations of Nebrija re-creates the travels of people, books, and ideas throughout the early modern world and reveals the adaptability of Nebrija's text, tracing the ways heirs and pirate printers altered the dictionary in the decades after its first publication. It reveals how entries in various editions were expanded to accommodate new concepts, such as for indigenous languages in the Americas -- a process with profound implications for understanding pre-Hispanic art, architecture, and writing. It shows how words written in the margins of surviving dictionaries from the Americas shed light on the writing and researching of dictionaries across the early modern world. Exploring words and the dictionaries that made sense of them, this book charts new global connections and challenges many assumptions about the early modern world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781625341709 20160619
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
x, 214 pages ; 23 cm
  • Open politics
  • Sorting collaboration out
  • The governance of forceful statements : from ad-hocracy to ex corpore
  • Organizational exit and the regime of computation
  • Controversy in action.
Few virtues are as celebrated in contemporary culture as openness. Rooted in software culture and carrying more than a whiff of Silicon Valley technical utopianism, openness - of decision-making, data, and organizational structure - is seen as the cure for many problems in politics and business. But what does openness mean, and what would a political theory of openness look like? With Wikipedia and the Politics of Openness, Nathaniel Tkacz uses Wikipedia, the most prominent product of open organization, to analyze the theory and politics of openness in practice - and to break its spell. Through discussions of edit wars, article deletion policies, user access levels, and more, Tkacz enables us to see how the key concepts of openness - including collaboration, adhocracy, and the splitting of contested projects through "forking" - play out in reality. The resulting book is the richest critical analysis of openness to date, one that roots media theory in messy reality and thereby helps us move beyond the vaporware promises of digital utopians and take the first steps toward truly understanding what openness does, and does not, have to offer.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226192277 20160618
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xvi, 293 pages ; 24 cm
  • Wikipedia in short : numbers, rules, and editors
  • Formal roles and hierarchy : a cabal that rules the world
  • Conflict resolution on Wikipedia : why die for Danzig?
  • Bureaucracy and control : Big Brother is watching
  • Trust in people and trust in procedures : the truth is out there
  • Between anarchy and bureaucracy : Wikimedia governance
  • Leadership transformed : the pros and cons of benevolent dictatorship
  • The knowledge revolution at the gates.
With an emphasis on peer-produced content and collaboration, Wikipedia exemplifies a departure from traditional management and organizational models. This iconic "project" has been variously characterized as a hive mind and an information revolution, attracting millions of new users even as it has been denigrated as anarchic and plagued by misinformation. Has Wikipedia's structure and inner workings promoted its astonishing growth and enduring public relevance? In Common Knowledge?, Dariusz Jemielniak draws on his academic expertise and years of active participation within the Wikipedia community to take readers inside the site, illuminating how it functions and deconstructing its distinctive organization. Against a backdrop of misconceptions about its governance, authenticity, and accessibility, Jemielniak delivers the first ethnography of Wikipedia, revealing that it is not entirely at the mercy of the public: instead, it balances open access and power with a unique bureaucracy that takes a page from traditional organizational forms. Along the way, Jemielniak incorporates fascinating cases that highlight the tug of war among the participants as they forge ahead in this pioneering environment.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780804789448 20160613
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
254 p. : some ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Lexika in Geschichte und Gegenwart / Hans-Albrecht Koch
  • Wozu brauche ich das ältere Konversationslexikon und das medizinische Fachlexikon? / Klaus Mathias
  • Gesundheit und Krankheit als Lemmata historischer Lexika / Klaus Bergdolt
  • Handbücher, Enzyklopädien und Lexika : Ihre Rolle in der Chemie von 1817 bis heute / Engelbert Zass
  • Verena Bögelein, Frank Duzaar in Zusammenarbeit mit Joachim Fischer : Leonardo da Pisa, (auch) genannt Fibonacci, in europäischen und nordamerikanischen Enzyklopädien
  • Die Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart und das Lexikon fiir Theologie und Kirche : zwei Lexikonkonzeptionen im theologie- und kirchenpolitischen Vergleich / Ruth Conrad
  • Rechtshistorische Lexika : damals und heute / Thomas Finkenauer
  • Eine junge Wissenschaft wird alt : Überlegungen zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte der Germanistik aufgrund des Internationalen Germanistenlexikons / Hans-Albrecht Koch
  • Historische Enzyklopädien und Lexika als vernachlässigte Quellen der Forschung : Nebst einem Ausblick auf die Situation der bibliographischen Erfassung / Gabriella Rovagnati
  • Konversationslexika aus der Perspektive der historischen Stereotypenforschung : am Beispiel des deutschen Polenbildes in Meyers Konversationslexika / Anna Kochanowska-Nieborak
  • Von Aachen bis Zurbaran : die Kunstgeschichte auf der Suche nach lexikalischem Wissen / Alexander Markschies
  • "Übersetzte" Lexika?! / Gabriella Rovagnati
  • Zum Verhältnis von Handbüchern und Enzyklopädien : das Verlagsprogramm des Hauses Hoepli / Carlo Ulrico Hoepli
  • Zum Verhältnis von Lexikon und Bibliographie : eine sehr persönliche Verlagsgeschichte / Richard Hollinek.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
632 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xv, 601 pages ; 26 cm
  • 1. Introduction: Jason Konig and Greg Woolf-- Part I. Classical Encyclopaedism: 2. Encyclopaedism in the Roman Empire Jason Konig and Greg Woolf-- 3. Encyclopaedism in the Alexandrian Library Myrto Hatzimichali-- 4. Labores pro bono publico: the burdensome mission of Pliny's Natural History Mary Beagon-- 5. Encyclopaedias of virtue? Collections of sayings and stories about wise men in Greek Teresa Morgan-- 6. Plutarch's corpus of Quaestiones in the tradition of imperial Greek encyclopaedism Katerina Oikonomopoulou-- 7. Artemidorus' Oneirocritica as fragmentary encyclopaedia Daniel Harris-McCoy-- 8. Encyclopaedias and autocracy: Justinian's Encyclopaedia of Roman law Jill Harries-- 9. Late Latin encyclopaedism: towards a new paradigm of practical knowledge Marco Formisano-- Part II. Medieval Encyclopaedism: 10. Byzantine encyclopaedism of the ninth and tenth centuries Paul Magdalino-- 11. The imperial systematisation of the past in Constantinople: Constantine VII and his Historical Excerpts Andras Nemeth-- 12. Ad maiorem Dei gloriam: Joseph Rhakendytes' synopsis of Byzantine learning Erika Gielen-- 13. Shifting horizons: the medieval compilation of knowledge as mirror of a changing world Elizabeth Keen-- 14. Isidore's Etymologies: on words and things Andrew Merrills-- 15. Loose Giblets: encyclopaedic sensibilities of ordinatio and compilatio in later medieval English literary culture and the sad case of Reginald Pecock Ian Johnson-- 16. Why was the fourteenth century a century of Arabic encyclopaedism? Elias Muhanna-- 17. Opening up a world of knowledge: Mamluk encyclopaedias and their readers Maaike van Berkel-- Part III. Renaissance Encyclopaedism: 18. Revisiting Renaissance encyclopaedism Ann Blair-- 19. Philosophy and the Renaissance encyclopaedia: some observations D. C. Andersson-- 20. Reading 'Pliny's Ape' in the Renaissance: the Polyhistor of Caius Julius Solinus in the first century of print Paul Dover-- 21. Shakespeare's encyclopaedias Neil Rhodes-- 22. Big Dig: Dugdale's drainage and the dregs of England History of Embanking and Drayning Claire Preston-- 23. Irony and encyclopedic writing before (and after) the Enlightenment William West-- Part IV. Chinese Encyclopaedism: A Postscript: 24. The passion to collect, select, and protect: fifteen hundred years of the Chinese encyclopaedia Harriet Zurndorfer.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107038233 20160612
There is a rich body of encyclopaedic writing which survives from the two millennia before the Enlightenment. This book sheds new light on that material. It traces the development of traditions of knowledge ordering which stretched back to Pliny and Varro and others in the classical world. It works with a broad concept of encyclopaedism, resisting the idea that there was any clear pre-modern genre of the 'encyclopaedia', and showing instead how the rhetoric and techniques of comprehensive compilation left their mark on a surprising range of texts. In the process it draws attention to both remarkable similarities and striking differences between conventions of encyclopaedic compilation in different periods, with a focus primarily on European/Mediterranean culture. The book covers classical, medieval (including Byzantine and Arabic) and Renaissance culture in turn, and combines chapters which survey whole periods with others focused closely on individual texts as case studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107038233 20160612
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
504 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Des connaissances au savoir encyclopédique -- Des encyclopédies chinoises à Wikipédia : le rêve d'empire -- Y a-t-il un modèle aristotélicien d'encyclopédisme ? -- Le "siècle de l'encyclopédisme" : conditions et critères de définition d'un genre -- Encyclopédie et culture philosophique au Moyen Âge : quelques considérations -- Ambition encyclopédique ou influence du genre encyclopédique au début du XIVe siècle ? le Memoriale historiarum de Jean de Saint-Victor -- Le traitement universel de la nature -- Indicare, non indagare: encyclopédisme contre histoire naturelle chez Pline l'Ancien? -- Hexaemeron et encyclopédisme au XIIe siècle -- Encyclopédies médiévales et nature supralunaire : dire le ciel et calculer le temps -- Les encyclopédies et les sciences naturelles dans le monde arabe médiéval (XIIe-XIVe siècle) -- Le traitement lexical du réel -- Encyclopédie et dictionnaire : affinités et différences -- La mémoire ordonnée. Le maniement de la forme lexicographique et ses effets sur la représentation de la langue grecque, dans la fiction d'Athénée -- L'entrée uox du Liber glossarum. Les sources et leur mise en oeuvre -- Parcours étymologiques et parcours lexicographiques de la Latinité médiévale: l'apport de l'étymologie à la constitution du savoir encyclopédique -- L'enjeu patrimonial et didactique -- La musique grecque dans la latinité tardive : compilation et transmission d'un millénaire de théorie musicale -- De l'innovation des encyclopédies chinoises ? -- Ordonner les éléments du savoir : l'exemple des premiers "livres de clergie" en langue française (mile siècle) -- Tradition et moralisation chez Pierre Bersuire -- Formules dialogiques et formes ouvertes -- Le projet d'Aulu-Gelle et sa lecture par Macrobe : de la disparilitas affectée à la recherche d'un ordre caché ? -- La voix de l'autre dans la construction du savoir (Placides et Timeo, Sydrach, L'Image du Monde, Li Livres dou Tresor): quelles stratégies discursives pour quels enjeux ? -- Stratégies de la transmission de savoir : l'exemple du Livre de Sydrac -- La légitimation du savoir : le dialogue encyclopédique Le Livre de Sydrac.
"Au regard du modèle que représente l'Encyclopédie des Lumières, envisagée comme un aboutissement et non comme un commencement, plusieurs oeuvres antiques et médiévales ont été perçues, au cours des dernières décennies, comme des préfigurations ou des prodromes de ce comble du savoir. Les contributions réunies dans ce volume n'entendent pas imposer le label d'encyclopédie à de nouveaux objets littéraires, ou confirmer celui qu'ont déjà reçu ailleurs des oeuvres anciennes, mais réfléchir à la vocation profonde qui sous-tend, travaille et motive certains savants de l'Antiquité au Moyen Âge, construisant un horizon de savoir total et organisé. L'ambition encyclopédique est dès lors la dynamique commune d'un programme de constitution d'un système du monde, où les sciences sont appelées à se coaliser pour former une culture rationnelle complète. Encyclopédire le monde, c'est engager son discours dans une perspective totalisante, même s'il ne porte que sur des aires partielles. Le défi majeur que porte une telle ambition est donc la synthèse des savoirs ; il lie étroitement trois questions : les enjeux scientifiques d'une visée encyclopédique, les choix de transmission et d'intégration des savoirs, et les principes et mode d'organisation interne des oeuvres. Les auteurs de cet ouvrage se sont interrogés sur des oeuvres ou des genres révélateurs de cette ambition, sur les formes et les expressions de ce syndrome ou complexe encyclopédiste, et sur les modalités de cette volonté d'encyclopédire que l'on suppose tenace, archaïque et profonde."--P. [4] of cover.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
258 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Prolog : ein namenloses Wissen
  • Sachlichkeit. Die Praxis des enzyklopädischen Schreibens; Sachwissen in der enzyklopädischen Tradition Europas; Das aktuelle Wissen; Das verbürgte Wissen; Das anwendungsbereite Wissen; Verallgemeinerung des enzyklopädischen Schreibens im 18. Jahrhundert ; Die Idee der enzyklopädischen Ordnung; Ordnungsmodelle der frühen Buchkultur (Gessner, Zwinger, Alsted); Ein englisches Ordnungsmodell (Chambers); Ein französisches Ordnungsmodell (Diderot und D'Alembert); Ein deutsches Enzyklopädiemodell (Zedler); Enzyklopädie und Universität
  • Das allgemeine Wissen. Das Universal-Lexicon als Biographie; Die Enzyklopädie als Akademie; Die Enzyklopädie als Bühne ; Die Aneignung der Welt im Universal-Lexicon; Länder-Artikel : das Ferne so nah; Die Zeitung im Lexikon; Städte-Artikel ; "Russland" in der enzyklopädischen Umschreibung; Russland-Darstellungen im Vergleich; Aktualität; Die kurze Dauer des enzyklopädischen Textes ; Das Sachwissen im Universal-Lexicon; Wo sitzt die Aufklärung?; Sachartikel statt Fachartikel
  • Enzyklopädie als Medizin. Wissen für Autodidakten ; "Geliebter Leser!" ; Text als Therapie ; Therapie als Text ; Die Nase in Enzyklopädien des 18. Jahrhunderts ; Merkur als Gott der Enzyklopädisten ; Epilog : der Enzyklopädist als Phantom der Aufklärung
  • Literaturverzeichnis. Quellenwerke ; Forschungsliteratur
  • Danksagung und Texthinweise.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
vi, 329 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Die gesammelte Welt : Studien zu Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' : Einführung / Kai Lohsträter, Flemming Schock
  • "Dieses Universal-Lexicon hat seines Gleichen nicht" : oder doch? : Europas Enzyklopädien vor Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' / Ina Ulrike Paul
  • Periodische Presse und Enzyklopädie : Friedrich Wilhelm Kraft und Zedlers Musen / Kai Lohsträter
  • Körperkonstruktionen in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' Säfte, Maschine und Sexualität / Sabine Todt
  • Ein Palimpsest der Gelehrsamkeit : der Artikel "Traum" in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' / Ciaire Gantet
  • Friktionen des Wissens : der Artikel "Grausamkeit" in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' / Peter König
  • "Sie haben einen Abscheu vor dem mahometanischen Gesetze, und wollen sich doch auch nicht Heyden nennen lassen." : zur Buddhismus-Wahrnehmung im 'Universal-Lexicon' / Tobias Winnerling
  • Dissoziation und Universalität : zur Krise der musikalischen Episteme in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' / Karsten Mackensen
  • Die Darstellung von Juden, Judentümern und anderen Minderheitskulturen in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' / Nathanael Riemer
  • "-- daß viele wohl nichts antreibet, als der Ruhm ein Autor zu seyn--" : 'Literarische Autoren' in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' / Ira Diedrich
  • Visuelle Strategien in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' / Werner Telesko
  • Die Darstellung der Mathematik in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' : ein Vergleich mit der Mathematik bei Christian Wolff / Sergio Nobre
  • Der Weg zum Frieden in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' : Vermittlung von Friedensverträgen und Konfliktregulierung im 18. Jahrhundert / German Penzholz
  • "Der Zustand dieser Sclaven in America ist noch ganz erträglich" : die Darstellung von Sklaverei und Sklavenhandel in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' Apologie oder Anklage? / Florian Kerschbaumer
  • Kameralwissenschaft in Zedlers 'Universal-Lexicon' : ein Vergleich mit der Mathematik bei Christian Wolff / Karol Sauerland
  • Theodor, oder Baron von Neuhofen, König der Corsen : Medienprominenz als Bestandteil von Weltwissen / Jutta Nowosadtko
  • Personenregister.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
ix, 787 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
  • Grusswort / Christian Starck
  • Das RGA in der typologie geisteswissenschaftlicher Enzyklopädien / Rudolf Schieffer
  • Die philologische Perspektive im RGA / Heinrich Beck
  • Das Fachgebiet Archäologie im RGA / Heiko Steuer
  • Das Fachgebiet Geschichte im RGA / Dieter Geuenich
  • Das RGA aus indogermanistischer Sicht / Stefan Zimmer
  • Der nordgermanische Sprachzweig / Thorsten Andersson
  • Die frühen Germanen und ihre Nachbarn / Elmar Seebold
  • Die Runeninschriften im RGA / Klaus Düwel
  • Skandinavisches Recht : Einführung und Überblick / Dieter Strauch
  • Zum Germanen-Begriff der Historiker / Jörg Jarnut
  • "Völker", "Stämme" und Gentes im RGA : archäologische Interpretationen und ethnische Identitäten / Sebastian Brather
  • Die Entstehung der Angelsachsen / Heinrich Härke
  • Das Altenglische : Gnese und Struktur / Karl Reichl
  • Die kaiserzeitlichen Heeresausrüstungsopfer Südskandinaviens : Überlegungen zu schlüsselfunden archäologisch-historischer Interpretationsmuster in der kaiserzeitlichen Archäologie / Andreas Rau, Claus von Carnap-Bornheim
  • Überlegungen zu altstücken in kaiserzeitlichen Grab- und Schatzfunden im mitteleuropäischen Barbaricum / Michael Erdrich
  • Landschaftsarchäologie, Siedlungsarchäologie : Gedanken zu neuen Entwicklungen in den Niederlanden / Frans Theuws
  • Transformation oder Bruch? : Beobachtungen zur Rolle der Barbaren beim "Fall Roms" / Walter Pohl
  • Germanic animal art and symbolism / Karen Høilund Nielsen
  • Fallstricke und Glatteis : die germanische Tierornamentik / Alexandra Pesch
  • Die Bilderwelt der völkerwanderungszeitlichen Goldbrakteaten als religionsgeschichtliche Quelle / Wilhelm Heizmann
  • Heilkunde bei den Germanen / Gundolf Keil.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
2 volumes : ill. (some color) ; 31 cm
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
volumes : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
  • 2. gimnaxia-endro
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
350 pages ; 21 cm
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xlii, 581 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
998 p. : illustrations ; 21 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)