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Bukolisches Idyll in Bethlehem : Zur kulturellen Hybridität von Hieronymus Epistula 46

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FEICHTINGER, Barbara, 2020. Bukolisches Idyll in Bethlehem : Zur kulturellen Hybridität von Hieronymus Epistula 46. In: Thersites : Journal for Transcultural Presences & Diachronic Identities from Antiquity to Date. Potsdam University Library. 11, pp. 218-246. eISSN 2364-7612. Available under: doi: 10.34679/thersites.vol11.168

@article{Feichtinger2020Bukol-59198, title={Bukolisches Idyll in Bethlehem : Zur kulturellen Hybridität von Hieronymus Epistula 46}, year={2020}, doi={10.34679/thersites.vol11.168}, volume={11}, journal={Thersites : Journal for Transcultural Presences & Diachronic Identities from Antiquity to Date}, pages={218--246}, author={Feichtinger, Barbara} }

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