Von Sumer bis Homer

Von Sumer bis Homer

The Festschrift for Manfred Schretter, philologist of the University of Innsbruck, mirrored the wide spread interest of the celebrated scientist in 28 articles by friends, colleagues and scholars concerning archaeology, philology and ancient history.


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