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Is that a painting of the Amraser See in the film "Melancholia?"
The Watzmann: Not in Tirol, last time I looked
The "Albrecht Dürer View" in Mösern
Sacrifical burning site at Bergisel
Sacrificial burning site at Goldbichl
The Three Beten in Leutstetten, Bavaria
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Category Archives: translation
After posting my most recent entry I began to look more seriously for the “Vita S. Martini” by Venantius Fortunatus in translation. It hasn’t brought much to light. I cannot read medieval Latin, but there is an Italian translation available … Continue reading
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