Zur Topographie der Macht: Dänische Burgen des 13. bis 16. Jahrhunderts

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Zur Topographie der Macht : Dänische Burgen des 13. bis 16. Jahrhunderts. / Atzbach, Rainer.

I: Castella Maris Baltici, Bind XIII, 2018, s. 5-16.

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Atzbach, Rainer. / Zur Topographie der Macht : Dänische Burgen des 13. bis 16. Jahrhunderts. I: Castella Maris Baltici. 2018 ; Bind XIII. s. 5-16.

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