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15:23, 1. Nov 2004 Stefan Kühn
11:12, 2. Sep 2004 Magnus Manske (Eingescannt aus " Meyers Konversationslexikon", 1906, Public domain.)
13:03, 17. Mär 2003 Magnus Manske (Aus )
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