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Bosch Vilá, Jacinto (1922-1985) [Delete]

Systematic Thesaurus: Geography Time Topics Autoren/A-Z

Systematic Thesaurus

         Asia  [+]   19010x
             Middle East  [+]   14644x
                    Synonym: Vorderasien
                    Synonym: Levante
                     Arabien  [+]   642x
                     Jordanien  [+]   133x
                     Lebanon  [+]   205x
                     Syria  [+]   2486x
                     Palestine  [+]   7939x
                     Mesopotamien  [+]   543x
             Armenia  [+]   525x
             China  [+]   751x
             Japan  [+]   469x
             Persia  [+]   1881x
             Mongolia  [+]   439x


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