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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 Greifswald 17066551911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 — Greifswald GREIFSWALD, a town of Germany, in the Prussian
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  • Volume 7 University of Greifswald by Karl Hoeber 100458Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 7 University of GreifswaldKarl Hoeber The oldest
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  • Ninth Edition, Volume XI Greifswald 1710339Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume XI — Greifswald GREIFSWALD, or Greifswalde, the chief
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  • history. In 1872 he was appointed professor ordinarius of theology in Greifswald. Resigning in 1882 owing to conscientious scruples, he became professor
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  • of Utrecht Gregory of Valencia Gregory the Illuminator University of Greifswald Karl Johann Greith Gremiale Diocese of Grenoble Dietrich Gresemund Adrien
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  • mathematician. Greifenberg, town, Prussia. Greifenhagen, town, Prussia. Greifswald, town, Prussia. Greiz, town, Germany. Grenada, island, West Indies. Grenoble
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  • part of it was published by J. G. L. Kosegarten with Latin translation (Greifswald, 1840). The text was published in 20 vols. at Bulaq in 1868. Vol. xxi
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  • Poets (Lond., 1870); cf. W. Ahlwardt's Bemerkungen über die Aechtheit der alten arabischen Gedichte (Greifswald, 1872), pp. 65-71 and 146-168. (G. W. T.)
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  • critic, was born at Wittstock in Brandenburg. After studying at Rostock, Greifswald and Helmstedt, and residing about three years in Italy, he settled at
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  • Publius Licinius Egnatius Gallienus University of Graz University of Greifswald Publius Ælius Hadrian University of Heidelberg Heliogabalus Flavius Honorius
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  • _Konrad18511905German academic; Professor of Semitic languages at the University of Greifswald. This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica. Articles
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  • Greifswald
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  • died. Of this work the eleventh book has been published by W. Ahlwardt (Greifswald, 1883), and another part is known in manuscript (see Journal of the German
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  • educated at Bonn. He held professorships successively at Freiburg (1858), Greifswald (1866), and Bonn (1870), and in 1878 became joint-editor of the Rheinisches
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  • Pomerania, where his father was pastor. He studied with great distinction at Greifswald and at Wittenberg, and having made a special study of languages, theology
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  • Ahlwardt’s Bemerkungen über die Aechtheit der alten arabichen Gedichte (Greifswald, 1872), pp. 50 ff. The Romance of ‘Antar (Sīrat ‘Antar ibn Shaddād) is
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  • years at Greifswald he went to Breslau, where he became acquainted with Gustav Freitg. By the end of a year, however, he returned to Greifswald, where he
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  • and in Beirūt (1884). The wine-songs were edited by W. Ahlwardt under the title Diwān des Abu Nowas. 1. Die Weinlieder (Greifswald, 1861). (G. W. T.)
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  • his position in Arabic literature see W. Ahlwardt, Diwān des Abu Nowas (Greifswald, 1861), pp. 21 ff.; A. von Kremer, Culturgeschichte des Orients (Wien
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  • citizens, and settled at Greifswald. The mayor, Heinrich Rubenow, urged Duke Wratislaw IX to establish a university at Greifswald, to which the duke agreed
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