Tegelberg Cable Car - Literature


  • H. Popp: Römische Siedlungsreste bei Schwangau. Jahrbuch Alt-Füssen 12, 1936/37
  • nther Krahe: Eine römische Siedlung am Alpenrand bei Schwangau. Neue Ausgrabungen in Bayern. In: Probleme der Zeit. Zeitschrift für Wissenschaft und Kultur, München 1970. S. 23-27.
  • nther Krahe, Gisela Zahlhaas: Das Römerbad in Schwangau. Michael Laßleben Verlag, Kallmünz 1981
  • Günther Krahe, Gisela Zahlhaas: Römische Wandmalereien in Schwangau, Bayrisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, Materialhefte zur Bayrischen Vorgeschichte Band 43. Fundinventare und Ausgrabungsbefunde. Michael Laßleben Verlag, Kallmünz 1984, ISBN 3-7847-5043-5
  • Walter Sölter (ed.): Das römische Germanien aus der Luft. 2. Auflage. Gustav Lübbe Verlag, Bergisch-Gladbach 1983. ISBN 3-7857-0298-1. S. 34ff.
  • Günther Krahe: Die Restaurierung der römischen Villa von Holheim im Ries und des römischen Badegebäudes bei Schwangau im Allgäu. In: Konservierte Geschichte? Antike Bauten und ihre Erhaltung. Konrad Theiss Verlag, Stuttgart 1985. ISBN 3-8062-0450-0. S. 164 ff.
  • Wolfgang Czysz, Lothar Bakker: Die Römer in Bayern. Konrad Theiß Verlag, Stuttgart 1995, ISBN 3-8062-1058-6. S. 514.

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