Internationales Sachsensymposion - Arbeitsgemeinschaft zur Archäologie der Sachsen und ihrer Nachbarvölker in Nordwesteuropa (Internationales Sachsensymposion)
International Sachsensymposion - Research network for the archaeological study of the Saxons and their neighbouring peoples in northwestern Europe
1949 Germany FR
Founded 1949, Cuxhaven (Germany FR), as Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Sachsenforschung – Study Group for Saxon Research. In English also known as Working Group for the Archaeology of the Saxons and their Neighbours in north-western Europe. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Study the history and ethnic origins of the Germanic Saxons.
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