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Ho Jakob Philipp Fallmerayer kai he genese tou Hellenikou historismou / Giorgos Veloudes
Bib ID 1482750
Format BookBook
Author
Veloudes, Giorgos
 
Uniform Title Jakob Philipp Fallmerayer und die Entstehung des neugriechischen Historismus. Greek
Description Athena : Hetaireia Meletes Neou Hellenismou, 1982 
84 p. 
Series

Theoria kai meletes historias ; 5.

Notes

Translation of: Jakob Philipp Fallmerayer und die Entstehung des neugriechischen Historismus.

Subjects Fallmerayer, Jakob Philipp, 1790-1861.  |  Greece -- Historiography.

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