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Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band I by Etta Becker-DonnerBand I
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band II by Etta Becker-Donner Band II
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band III by Etta Becker-Donner Band III
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band IV by Etta Becker-Donner Band IV
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band V by Etta Becker-Donner Band V
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band V by Etta Becker-Donner Band V
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band VI / VII by Etta Becker-Donner Band VI/VII
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band VIII by Etta Becker-Donner Band VIII
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band IX by Etta Becker-Donner Band IX
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band X by Etta Becker-Donner Band X
Die Wiener Cook-Sammlung, Südsee-Teil by Irmgard MoschnerBand X: Sonderdruck
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band XI by Etta Becker-Donner Band XI
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band XII by Etta Becker-Donner Band XII
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band XV by Etta Becker-Donner Band XV
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band XVII / XVIII by Etta Becker-DonnerBand XVII/XVIII
Archiv für Völkerkunde. Band XIX by Etta Becker-DonnerBand XIX
Archiv für Völkerkunde. 20 by Christian Feest20
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 21 / 1967. by Etta Becker-Donner21
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 22 / 1968. by Etta Becker-Donner22
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 23 / 1969. by Etta Becker-Donner23
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 24 / 1970 by Etta Becker-Donner24
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 25 / 1971 by Etta Becker-Donner25
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 26 / 1972 by Etta Becker-Donner26
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 27 / 1973 by Etta Becker-Donner27
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 28 / 1974 by Etta Becker-Donner28
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 29 / 1975 by Etta Becker-Donner29
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 30 / 1976 by Christian F. Feest30
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 31 / 1977 by Christian F. Feest31
50 Jahre Museum für Völkerkunde, Wien by Museum für Völkerkunde (Austria)32: Sonderdruck
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 32 / 1978 by Christian F. Feest32
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 33 / 1979 by Christian F. Feest33
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 34 / 1980 by Christian F. Feest34
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 35 / 1981 by Christian F. Feest35
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 36 / 1982 by Christian F. Feest36
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 37 / 1983 by Christian F. Feest37
Archiv für Völkerkunde, no. 35 & 38 by Museum für Völkerkunde ...38
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 38 / 1984 by Christian F. Feest38
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 39 / 1985 by Christian F. Feest39
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 40 / 1986 by Christian F. Feest40
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 41 / 1987 by Christian F. Feest41
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 42 / 1988 by Christian F. Feest41
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 44 / 1990 by Christian F. Feest44
Vienna's Mexican treasures : Aztec, Mixtec, and Tarascan works from 16th century Austrian collections by Christian F. Feest44: Sonderdruck
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 45 / 1991 by Christian F. Feest45
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 46 / 1992 by Christian F. Feest47
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 48 / 1994 by Christian F. Feest48
Archiv für Völkerkunde. - Band 49 / 1995 by Gerard W. van Bussel49
Archiv 50. Out of the ordinary : museums of ethnology on the eve of the third millennium by Gerard W. van Bussel50
Archiv 51. Das Ding: die Ethnologie und ihr Gegenstand by Axel Steinmann51
Archiv 52. Johann Natterers Brasilien-Expedition 1817-1835 by Gerard W. van Bussel52
Archiv 53. Archiv für Völkerkunde by Verein Freunde der Völkerkunde53
Archiv 54. Archiv für Völkerkunde by Verein Freunde der Völkerkunde54
Archiv 55. Archiv für Völkerkunde by Verein Freunde der Völkerkunde55
Archiv 56. Archiv für Völkerkunde by Verein Freunde der Völkerkunde56
Archiv 57-58. Constructiing the Future - Remembering the Past. Houses and Architecture in Southeast Asia. by Verein Freunde der Völkerkunde57-58
Archiv 59-60. Archiv für Völkerkunde by Verein Freunde der Völkerkunde59-60

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Series description

The series started in 1946 and was from the beginning sponsored by the Verein "Freunde der Völkerkunde" and the Museum für Völkerkunde both located in Vienna; later it was sponsored solely by the Verein. It has been published by a number of entities: (1) Wilhelm Braumüller Universitäts Verlag; (2) the Verein itself; (3) Lit Verlag. It has gone through three main appearances, the lastet being with a white cover and the ARCHIV with a number as title followed by Archiv für Völkerkunde. The museum, the Verein (Society) and the publication have all changed recently their name. The Museum für Völkerkunde was renamed Weltmuseum Wien on April 1, 2013 and the Verein shortly thereafter. The last of this series is volume 59-60 published in 2009.
The publication is now named Archiv Weltmuseum Wien.
The numbering was continued and also the style of having ARCHIV and a number as the top heading.
It should be noted that the first nineteen volumes had Roman numerals (I-XIX) followed by Indo-Arabic numerals (20-59/60). Reprints with special covers are also given here with the volume number followed by "Sonderdruck".

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