Inscriptions have been and are still found by various means and by employing various methods; chance often plays a fairly significant role as well. That is especially true of the early phase in the study of inscriptions (15th-17th cents.), as the first finds were not the result of targeted and systemat…
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Corsten, Thomas (Cologne),
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