G. Brodersen

Design of a Goblet

Design of a Goblet
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Author: G. Brodersen
Drawings, Watercolour on cardboard, 68x48 cm
Origin: Russia, 1900s, Firm 'Grachev Brothers'
Source of entry: State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad, 1941

See also

T. H.-Y. Meng, G. M. Jacobs, R. W. Brodersen, andD. G. Messerschmitt
T. H.-Y. Meng, G. M. Jacobs, R. W. Brodersen, andD. G. Messerschmitt. Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. University of California ...
Centre for Structural Biology: Publications
Nielsen JS, Bøggild A, Andersen CB, Nielsen G, Boysen A, Brodersen DE, Valentin- Hansen P (2007) "An Hfq-like protein in archaea: crystal structure and ...
DBLP: Robert W. Brodersen
3 · EE · Teresa H. Y. Meng, Robert W. Brodersen, David G. Messerschmitt: Automatic synthesis of asynchronous circuits from high-level specifications. ...
VL Library Item: lit18008, p0545
Hoppe-Seyler, G., Brodersen und Rudolph. 1904. Über den Blutverlust bei der Menstruation. Zeitschrift für Physiologische Chemie 42: 545-553. Related Items: ...

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