- An ancient Roman province that included present-day eastern Switzerland and western Austria. It was added to the Roman Empire during the reign of Augustus.
- The classical definition for the Rhaetian, founded on the Koessen beds, does not to define a Norian-Rhaetian boundary.
- Rhaetian magneto-biostratigraphy from the Southern Alps (Italy
- Short duration vs. long duration options for the Rhaetian, the youngest stage of the Triassic.
- Late Triassic (Rhaetian) conodonts and ichthyoliths from Chile
- of the Rhaetian Punta del Viento Limestone. Formation. These specimens indicate a Rhaetian (Epigondolella mosheri conodont.
- Rhaetian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- See Raetians for the Alpine people of antiquity. See Romansh language for the Rhaetian language.
- Minority Rights Group International : Switzerland : Rhaetians
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- Rhaetians definition of Rhaetians in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
- (also Raetians), ancient Alpine tribes conquered by the Romans in 15 B.C. The origin of the Rhaetians has not been positively established.
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