Des Deutschen Pal

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Walter Benjamin - Life
... his doctoral degree cum laude with the dissertation essay Begriff der Kunstkritik in der Deutschen Romantik (The Concept of Criticism in German Romanticism) ... Benjamin and Ernst Bloch resided in the Italian island of Capri Benjamin wrote Ursprung des deutschen Trauerspiel (The Origin of German Tragic Drama), as an habilitation dissertation meant to ... and a revision of his habilitation dissertation Ursprung des Deutschen Trauerspiels (The Origin of German Tragic Drama) ...
Gadara Region Project - Literature
... Steuernagel Der ’Adschlun, in Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 49 (1926), p ... Ein Beitrag zur Methodik des Tell-Surveys,In Das Altertum 48 (2003), p ... Gadara) De Opgravingen op Tell Zera’a en de Ligging van Laatbrons Gadara, in Phoenix 51/1 (2005), p ...
Tall Zira'a - Literature
... Gadara) De Opgravingen op Tell Zera’a en de Ligging van Laatbrons Gadara, Phoenix 51/1 (2005) 5–26 ... Steuernagel Der ’Adschlun, Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 49 (1926) 80–83 ... Ein Beitrag zur Methodik des Tell-Surveys, Das Altertum 48 (2003) 191–216 ...

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