"Siste Viator Lege" - Stop, Traveller, and read. The self-esteem of engineer and colonel Mathias Jürgen Mûhldorff

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"Siste Viator Lege" - Stop, Traveller, and read. The self-esteem of engineer and colonel Mathias Jürgen Mûhldorff . / Fihl, Esther; Kryger, Karin.

The Governor's Residence in Tranquebar: The House and the Daily Life of Its People, 1770-1845. ed. / Esther Fihl. 1. ed. Copenhagen : Museum Tusculanum, 2017. p. 108-109.

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Harvard

Fihl, E & Kryger, K 2017, "Siste Viator Lege" - Stop, Traveller, and read. The self-esteem of engineer and colonel Mathias Jürgen Mûhldorff . in E Fihl (ed.), The Governor's Residence in Tranquebar: The House and the Daily Life of Its People, 1770-1845. 1 edn, Museum Tusculanum, Copenhagen, pp. 108-109.

APA

Fihl, E., & Kryger, K. (2017). "Siste Viator Lege" - Stop, Traveller, and read. The self-esteem of engineer and colonel Mathias Jürgen Mûhldorff . In E. Fihl (Ed.), The Governor's Residence in Tranquebar: The House and the Daily Life of Its People, 1770-1845 (1 ed., pp. 108-109). Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum.

Vancouver

Fihl E, Kryger K. "Siste Viator Lege" - Stop, Traveller, and read. The self-esteem of engineer and colonel Mathias Jürgen Mûhldorff . In Fihl E, editor, The Governor's Residence in Tranquebar: The House and the Daily Life of Its People, 1770-1845. 1 ed. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum. 2017. p. 108-109

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Fihl, Esther ; Kryger, Karin. / "Siste Viator Lege" - Stop, Traveller, and read. The self-esteem of engineer and colonel Mathias Jürgen Mûhldorff . The Governor's Residence in Tranquebar: The House and the Daily Life of Its People, 1770-1845. editor / Esther Fihl. 1. ed. Copenhagen : Museum Tusculanum, 2017. pp. 108-109

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