The Construction of Communities in the Early Middle Ages: Texts, Resources and Artefacts

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LIST OF PLATES, FIGURES, AND TABLES

Figures I–3 can be found on the pages 53, 54, and 56, and Tables 1–3 can be found on the pages 62–64 in the paper by Hans-Werner Goetz:

Fig. 1.Frequency of the mentioning of the Germanic peoples.
Fig. 2.Ethnic and territorial terms for the Germanic peoples.
Fig. 3.Attributes to the expressions of Germanic peoples.
Table 1.Frequency of the mentioning of the Germanic peoples.
Table 2.Ethnic and territorial terms for the Germanic peoples.
Table 3.Attributes to the expressions of Germanic peoples.

Plates 1–13 can be found between pages 84 and 85 in the paper by Michael Schmauder.

Pl 1.Map of the area of Pietroasa.
Pl 2.Drawing of the Pietroasa-hoard by Henri Trenk.
Pl 3.Golden jug from the Pietroasa-hoard.
Pl 4.Silver jug from the 'Seuso-treasure.'
Pl 5.Bird headed golden brooch from the Pietroasa-hoard with engraved almandin plates.
Pl 6.Backview of the great, the middle, and the little brooch from the Pietroasa-hoard.
Pl 7.Golden cup with leopard modeled handles from the Pietroasahoard.
Pl 8.Goblet from the Treasure of San Marco (Venice).
Pl 9.Two golden buckles and a triming of a lost bowl from the Apahida-grave.
Pl 10.Golden crossbow brooch from the Apahida-grave.
Pl 11.Silver jug from the Apahida-grave.
Pl 12.Fingerring with the name OMAHARVS from the Apahidagrave.
Pl 13.Golden medaillon of Constantius I (326–327 AD) from Szilagysomlyo.

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