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Gericht und Herrschaft in Bayern. (2014)

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Authors & Contributors
Barber, Peter
Horst, Thomas
Gano, Geneva M.
Harper, Tom
Schnell, Izhak
Leuenberger, Christine
Journals
Imago Mundi: A Review of Early Cartography
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
ATQ
Social Studies of Science
Renaissance Quarterly
Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient
Publishers
British Library
Harvard University Press
Editions Didier Millet
Cambridge University Press
Chronos
Oxford University Press
Concepts
Maps; atlases
Cartography
Science and politics
Geography
Travel; exploration
Collections
People
Frémont John C.
Dee, John
Hakluyt, Richard
Gilbert, Humphrey, Sir
Paz Soldán, Mariano Felipe
Romer, Eugeniusz
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16th century
19th century
15th century
20th century
17th century
18th century
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England
United States
Europe
Bavaria (Germany)
Israel
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Library of Congress
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