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Deutsch: Johann Reinhard Bünker Bauernhaus am Millstätter See 1902, Sonderdruck zweier Aufsätze von Johann Reinhard Bünker aus Ödenburg (Sopron): Das Bauernhaus am Millstätter See in Kärnten. Wien, 1902. Sonderabdruck aus Band XXXII [Der dritten Folge Band II] der „Mittheilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien“, Wien, 1902. Im Selbstverlage der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft. Druck von Friedrich Jasper in Wien. Abdruck eines zweigeteilten, volkskundlichen Aufsatzes über die bäuerliche Architektur (13 Bauernhaustypen, Inventar und primitive Wohnbauten z.B. auf Almen) mit handgezeichneten Illustrationen (u.a. von akad. Malern Robert C. Lischka und Franz Storno jun. aus Wien) aus dem Bereich Millstätter Berg (Hochplateau) über dem Millstättersee / Gemeinde Seeboden und dem Anfang des Liesertals in Kärnten / Österreich / Europäische Union.
English: Johann Reinhard Bünker Bauernhaus am Millstätter See 1902 Binding of Johann Reinhard Bünker fromSopron: The farmhouse near Lake Millstatt. Vienna, 1902. Reprinted from Volume XXXII [Der dritten Folge Band II] der „Mittheilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien“, Wien, 1902. In self-publishers of the Anthropological Society of Vienna. Print by Friedrich Jasper in Vienna. People Ethnography essay in two parts on the farm architecture (13 farm types, inventory and primitive dwellings as on pastures) with hand-drawn illustrations ("junior cancellation" among the rest by academic painters Robert C. Lischka and Franz Storno jun. in Vienna) from around lake Millstatt (Millstätter See) community of Seeboden / Spittal an der Drau / Carinthia / Austria / EU.
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