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    Culinary MarxismSteppenwolf and Everyman: Outsiders and Conformists in Contemporary Literature.Ehrhard Bahr, Ruth Kunzer, Hans Mayer & Jack D. Zipes - 1973 - Diacritics 3 (3):18.
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    Art, Ideology, and Politics at Bayreuth, 1876-1976Studien Zur Geschichte Der Bayreuther Festspiele.Richard Wagner in Bayreuth 1876-1976.Der Bayreuther Kreis. Wagnerkult und Kultur-Reform im Geiste Volkischer Weltanschauung.Die Tagebucher. [REVIEW]David C. Large, Michael Karbaum, Hans Mayer, Winfried Schuler & Cosima Wagner - 1978 - Journal of the History of Ideas 39 (1):149.
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  3. Hegels ‚Herr und Knecht'in der modernen Literatur (Hofmannsthal-Brecht-Beckett).Hans Mayer - 1974 - Hegel-Studien. Beiheft 11:64.
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    P. Knoch, Studien zu Albert von Aachen.Hans Eberhard Mayer - 1968 - Byzantinische Zeitschrift 61 (1).
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  5. Schopenhauer als Erzieher.Hans Mayer - 1986 - Schopenhauer Jahrbuch 67:19-28.
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    Saladin. Andrew S. Ehrenkreutz.Hans Eberhard Mayer - 1974 - Speculum 49 (4):724-727.
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    The Origins of the Lordships of Ramla and Lydda in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem.Hans Eberhard Mayer - 1985 - Speculum 60 (3):537-552.
    The Crusaders reached Ramla and Lydda, adjacent settlements on the road from Jaffa to Jerusalem, in 1099. Ramla was to become a secular lordship within the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. Lydda, on the other hand, was to become an ecclesiastical lordship, like that of the archbishop of Nazareth and perhaps also the patriarch of Jerusalem. Very little is known about the early development of lordships in the Holy Land, and the examples of Ramla and Lydda are more complicated than has (...)
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    The Wheel of Fortune: Seignorial Vicissitudes Under Kings Fulk and Baldwin III of Jerusalem.Hans Eberhard Mayer - 1990 - Speculum 65 (4):860-877.
    For the last forty years our knowledge of the genealogy of the lords of Beirut from the Brisebarre family has been based on the research done by M. E. Nickerson, which was a true advance over earlier work on the same problem. Nickerson proposed the following succession of lords of Beirut.
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