Gudmund Schütte

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Gudmund Schütte (January 17, 1872[1] – July 12, 1958) was a Danish philologist and historian specialized in the Danish prehistory.

Bibliography (selected)[edit]

  • Schütte, Gudmund. Primaeval Astronomy in Scandinavia. 
  • Schütte, Gudmund (1906). Esperanto or English? : II: The case for English. 
  • Schütte, Gudmund (1913). The cult of Nerthus. p. 15. 
  • Schütte, Gudmund (1917). Ptolemy's maps of northern Europe : a reconstruction of the prototypes. Royal Danish Geographical Society. p. 184. 
  • Schütte, Gudmund (1929–33). Our forefathers : The Gothonic nations : A manual of the ethnography of the Gothic, German, Dutch, Anglo-Saxon, Frisian and Scandinavian peoples. University Press. 
  • Schütte, Gudmund (1945). Die Angeln und ihr Land (in German). Sydslesvigsk Udvalg af 5/5 1945. p. 23. 
  • Schütte, Gudmund (1952). A ptolemaic riddle solved. p. 168. 
  • Schütte, Gudmund (1952). Ptolemy's maps and life. p. 168. 
  • Schütte, Gudmund (1956). Sønderjyllands Modstandssaga : en Gennemgang af den slesvigske Kamp mod tysk Fremtrængen (in Danish). p. 23. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Politiets Registerblade [Register cards of the Police] (in Danish). Copenhagen: Københavns Stadsarkiv. 6 April 1892. Station 3 (Sankt Annæ, Øster og Vester) - fejlrettes. Filmrulle 0025. Registerblad 3760. ID 1912324.