Synonyms for herkunft or Related words with herkunft

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Examples of "herkunft"
Wietenberg ohne Mykene?Gedanken zu Herkunft und Bedeutung der Keramikverzierung der Wietenberg-Kultur
Matthias Platzeck: "Zukunft braucht Herkunft. Deutsche Fragen, ostdeutsche Antworten." Hoffmann und Campe, Hamburg 2009, ISBN 978-3-455-50114-8
Laura Dietrich, Oliver Dietrich, "Wietenberg ohne Mykene? Gedanken zu Herkunft und Bedeutung der Keramikverzierung der Wietenberg-Kultur". Prähistorische Zeitschrift 86, 1, 2011, 67-84.
Hans Constantin Faußner: "Zur Frühzeit der Babenberger in Bayern und Herkunft der Wittelsbacher", Jan Thorbecke Verlag, Stuttgart, 1990, ISBN 3-7995-2413-4
Schroeder, Johann Karl von: Über Alter und Herkunft der Heraldischen Schraffirungen. In: Herold, 7 N.F. Berlin 1969/71, 67-68. l.
Schwarzwälder, Herbert, D"ie Bischöfe und Erzbischöfe von Bremen, Ihre Herkunft und Amtszeit - ihr Tod und ihre Gräber", in: Die Gräber im Bremer St. Petri Dom, Blätter der "Maus", Gesellschaft für Familienforschung, Bremen, 1996
Schwarzwälder, Herbert, "Die Bischöfe und Erzbischöfe von Bremen, Ihre Herkunft und Amtszeit - ihr Tod und ihre Gräber", in: Die Gräber im Bremer St. Petri Dom, Blätter der "Maus", Gesellschaft für Familienforschung, Bremen, 1996
Heymons, R. 1942. Der Nasenwurm des Hundes (Linguatula serrata Froelich), seine Write und Beziehungen zur europäischen Tierwelt, seine Herkunft und praktische Bedeutung auf Grund unserer bisherigen Kenntnisse. Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde 12: 607–638.
The other Mörsbach near Zweibrücken -->1441 wurde der Ort als Morspach erstmals genannt, lag damals aber noch im Tal des Bundenbachs in der Au. Erst als es nach dem Dreißigjährigen Krieg verödet war und Neusiedler aus dem Berner Oberland angeworben wurden, errichteten diese den Ort auf der Höhe neu. Wegen der Herkunft dieser Siedler, die der landwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung große Impulse gaben, wird Mörsbach in der Umgegend als Die kleine Schweiz bezeichnet.
In 1966 he published the book "Herkunft und Zukunft des Menschen" which promoted Burdick's and other's claims that dinosaur and human footprints existed together at Paluxy River. Wilder-Smith included in his book plates showing the Paluxy site including plates attributed to himself, Burdick and Taylor. With the exception of plate 6 from Burdick all plates claiming to be man tracks were in situ. In the mid-1980s the footprints were shown to be not of human origin, and some specimens were shown to be doctored or carved, in particular the loose blocks attributed to Burdick.
Necla Kelek received her doctorate with an investigation of "Islamische Religiosität und ihre Bedeutung in der Lebenswelt von Schülerinnen und Schülern türkischer Herkunft" (Islamic religiosity and its importance in the lives of schoolchildren of Turkish background), which appeared as a book in 2002 under the title of "Islam im Alltag" (Islam in Everyday Life). At that time, she came to the conclusion that schoolchildren individually learn Islam, adapt it to their needs and use it to form their identity. Their Islamic religiousness is not a hindrance to integration, but rather an example of cultural change.
By the 1880s a number of linguists and anthropologists argued that the "Aryans" themselves had originated somewhere in northern Europe. A specific region began to crystallize when the linguist Karl Penka ("Die Herkunft der Arier. Neue Beiträge zur historischen Anthropologie der europäischen Völker", 1886) popularized the idea that the "Aryans" had emerged in Scandinavia and could be identified by the distinctive Nordic characteristics of blond hair and blue eyes. The distinguished biologist Thomas Henry Huxley agreed with him, coining the term "Xanthochroi" to refer to fair-skinned Europeans (as opposed to darker Mediterranean peoples, who Huxley called "Melanochroi").
Scholarly research on these vases started especially in the 19th century. Since this time the suspicion has intensified that these vases have a Greek rather than an Etruscan origin. Especially a Panathenaic prize amphora found by Edward Dodwell in 1819 in Athens provided evidence. The first to present a proof was Gustav Kramer in his work "Styl und Herkunft der bemalten griechischen Tongefäße" (1837). However it took several years for this insight to be generally accepted. Eduard Gerhard published an article entitled "Rapporto Volcente in the Annali dell’Instituto di Corrispondenza Archeologica" in which he systematically investigated the vases; he was the first scholar to do so. Toward this end in 1830 he studied vases found in Tarquinia, comparing them, for example, with vases found in Attica and Aegina. During this work he identified 31 painter and potter signatures. Previously, only the potter Taleides was known.
On 13 November 2009, the "Bürgenstock Kunst- und Kulturstiftung" (Bürgenstock Foundation of Art and Culture) - located in Ennetbürgen - was founded to preserve historical furniture and antiques from the hotels built in the 19th century on the Bürgenstock. Around 8000 people visited the special exhibition honouring the foundation: titled Zukunft hat Herkunft – Grand Hotellerie von einst und morgen (1870–2014) (Provenance with a future – Grand Hotellerie yesterday and tomorrow), it ran at the Palace Hotel from June to December 2011 and featured exhibits from Switzerland's hospitality legacy. The foundation joined forces with the University of Teacher Education Lucerne to realise an educational trail on the Cliff Path. 1.5 kilometres in length, it was opened on 26 June 2015.
Zeuss was born in Kronach, Upper Franconia, and studied at the gymnasium of Bamberg. His parents wished him to enter the priesthood, but he chose a scholarly career, inclining particularly to historical and linguistic studies. He entered the University of Munich and after graduating, taught at the gymnasium there. In 1837 his book "Die Herkunft der Baiern von den Markomannen" (The Descent of the Bavarians from the Markomans), which brought him an honorary PhD from the University of Erlangen. The same year he went to Speyer to teach history at the lyceum and remained there until 1847, when he accepted a professorship of history at the University of Munich. This he resigned on account of poor health and was transferred to the lyceum in Bamberg. In 1853 there appeared his monumental "Grammatica Celtica", which brought him fame. Two years after he took leave of absence to recover his health, but he died in Kronach the following year.
In 1895, a librarian who was fascinated by German prehistory, Gustaf Kossinna (1858–1931), presented a lecture in which he tried to connect the tribes who had been recorded as living between the Rhine and Vistula in 100 BCE with cultures living in that region during the Neolithic. Appointed Professor of Archaeology at the University of Berlin, in 1909 he founded the German Society for Prehistory ("Vorgeschichte"). He would proceed to further publicise his culture-historical approach in his subsequent books, "Die Herkunft der Germanen" ("The Origin of the Germans"), which was published in 1911, and the two-volume "Ursprung und Verbreitung der Germanen" ("Origin and Expansion of the Germans"), which was published between 1926 and 1927. A staunch nationalist and racist, Kossinna lambasted fellow German archaeologists for taking an interest in non-German societies, such as those of Egypt and the Classical World, and used his publications to support his views on German nationalism. Glorifying the German peoples of prehistory, he used an explicitly culture-historical approach in understanding them, and proclaimed that these German peoples were racially superior to their Slavic neighbours to the east.