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Kinship Studies in the Morgan Centennial Year, S. 32–63. Washington. ) (2004): Kinship and Family. An Anthropological Reader. ] Schweitzer, Peter P. (2000): Introduction. In: Schweitzer, Peter P. ). Dividends of Kinship. Meaning and Uses of Social Relatedness, S. 1–32. London. See, Klaus von (2007): „Sippe“. Einige Anmerkungen zur Geschichte von Wort und Begriff. ). Pú ert vísus kvenna. Beatrice La Farge zum 60. Geburstag, S. 103–116. Heidelberg. H. (2005): Europe after Rome. A New Cultural History, 500–1000.

Lucca: (17) Auch hier ist kaum noch eine sinnvolle Variationsreihe rund um das invariante Element *hro¯Pa-/*hro¯da- ‚Ruhm‘67 herzustellen. Aus der ‚Historia Langobardorum‘ des Paulus Diaconus68 stammen Informationen zur Familie des friaulischen dux Bemmo und seiner zum Königtum gelangten Söhne Ratchis (744–749) und Haistulf (749–756):69 (18) Hier ist ganz offensichtlich das Namengut der wohl aus vornehmer Familie stammenden Gattin des Bemmo (für die Söhne) mit dem invarianten Element rat ‚Rat, consi- 65 Vgl.

Freundschaft und Verwandtschaft. Zur Unterscheidung und Verflechtung zweier Beziehungssysteme, S. 7–13. Konstanz. Reynolds, Susan (1997): The Historiography of the Medieval State. ). Companion to Historiography, S. 117–138. London. Reynolds, Susan (2005): Rezension zu: Althoff, Gerd, Family, Friends and Followers: Political and Social Bonds in Early Medieval Europe. Translated by Christopher Carroll, Cambridge 2004. In: English Historical Review, 120, S. 429–431. Sabean, David W. (2007): Kinship and Class Dynamics in Nineteenth-century Europe.

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