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Ann: Paleography at St Gall 2016

Subject: Paleography at St Gall 2016 (SCRIPTO Summer School St. Gallen)

The Abbey Library of Saint Gall and the Chair for Mediaeval and Renaissance Latin at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg organize their first Summer School Medieval Writing Culture (V to XV century), which will be hold from 4 till 9 July 2016.

Review: Die Urkunden Philipps von Schwaben [X-Post HSK]

The following H-Net review may be of interest to H-HRE members.

Andrea Rzihacek, Renate Spreitzer, Brigitte Merta, Christine Ottner-Diesenberger. Die Urkunden Philipps von Schwaben. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2014. CXI, 774, [16] S. $189.00 (gebunden), ISBN 978-3-447-10086-1.

Reviewed by Hubertus Seibert
Published on H-Soz-u-Kult (September, 2015)
A. Rzihacek u.a. (Bearb.): Die Urkunden Philipps von Schwaben