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  • Metadata

    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      Bonner Jahrbücher
      Pages
      640-641
      Author (review)
      • Corsten, Thomas
      Language (review)
      Deutsch
      Language (monograph)
      Deutsch
      Author (monograph)
      • Sayar, Mustafa Hamdi
      Title
      Perinthos-Herakleia (Marmara Ereğlisi) und Umgebung
      Subtitle
      Geschichte, Testimonien, griechische und lateinische Inschriften
      Year of publication
      1998
      Place of publication
      Wien
      Publisher
      Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften
      Series
      Denkschriften
      Series (vol.)
      269
      Number of pages
      502
      ISBN
      3-7001-2766-9
      URN
      urn:nbn:de:bsz:16-bjb-427472
      Subject classification
      Ancient History, Classical Archaeology
      Time classification
      until 499 AD → 999 - 1 BC, until 499 AD → 1st - 5th century AD, Middle Ages
      Regional classification
      Europe → Southern Europe → South Eastern Europe
      Subject headings
      Herakleia <Pontikē>
      Latein
      Griechisch
      Inschrift
      Geschichte
      Geschichte 600 v. Chr.-1453
      Quelle
      Original source URL
      http://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/bjb/article/view/42747/36425
      recensio.net-ID
      6d6545de307348fabdbd9b32727d054f
      DOI
      10.11588/bjb.2000.0.42747
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Mustafa Hamdi Sayar: Perinthos-Herakleia (Marmara Ereğlisi) und Umgebung. Geschichte, Testimonien, griechische und lateinische Inschriften (reviewed by Thomas Corsten)