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Image from page 71 of “Southern Germany, including Wurtemberg and Bavaria: handbook for travellers” (1895)
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Title: Southern Germany, including Wurtemberg and Bavaria: handbook for travellers
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: Karl Baedeker (Firm)
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Publisher: Leipsic : Karl Baedeker
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beginning of the i6th cent., and restored and com-pleted in 1843-90, is the largest Gothic church in Germany nextto the cathedral of Cologne. The massive and beautifully decorated*Tower in the centre of the W. facade , with the magnificent triplevestibule, was designed and begun by Vlrich Ensinger (1392-95),the third of the cathedral architects, erected by his successors asfar as the top of the square portion by the end of the 15th cent.,and completed in 1877-90 by Prof. Aug. Beyer by the addition ofthe octagon and pyramid from a sketch left by Matihaus Bbblinger,the last of the original architects. Being 528 ft. in height, it is oneof the loftiest stone towers in the world (Cologne 512 ft., Strassburg466 ft.; Washington Monument 555 ft.; Eiffel Tower, in iron, 985 ft.). The church is open free, daily 11-12, on Sun. and holidays after divineservice, incl. Performance on the organ in summer (entrance by the Braut-thtir1, on the S. side, near the choir). At other times visitors require

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to Friedrichshafen. ULM. 8. Route. 33 tickets and enter through the dwelling of the sacristan, adjoining thelarge W. entrance: for the nave and aisle3 20 pf.; choir, chapels, andsacristy, with gnide, 1-4 pers. 1 Jl; extra organ-performance 10 Jl. Themain tower may he ascended from 7 to 6 in summer, 9-3 in winter, and8-5 in spring and autumn (to the top of the square portion 50 pf., tothe octagon 1 Jl, children half-price). The Interior originally consisted of a nave with two aisles, all of equalbreadth, but in 1507 the latter were divided by slender round pillars andcovered with star-vaulting, so as to form four aisles. Length 139 yds., width55 yds.; nave 141 ft., aisles 72 ft. in height. The sculpturing on theportals is worthy of inspection. On the principal W. portal are theCreation, the Fall, Apostles, etc.; on the S.E. side-portal the LastJudgment; on the S.W. side-portal the history of Mary. The magnifi-cent Organ, the largest in Germany, built in 1856 (100 stops), has latelybeen

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Title: Alexander : a history of the origin and growth of the art of war from earliest times to the battle of Ipsus, B.C. 301: with a detailed account of the campaigns of the great Macedonian
Year: 1890 (1890s)
Authors: Dodge, Theodore Ayrault, 1842-1909
Subjects: Alexander, the Great, 356-323 B.C Military art and science
Publisher: Boston : Houghton, Mifflin and Company
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heminidae, was the founderof the great Persian empire (b. c. 558-529). Persia hadbeen subject to the ISledes, and was grievously ojipressed.Cyrus deposed Astyages, the Median king, and united Persiaand Media under his own sceptre. Alarmed for his safety,Croesus, king of Lydia, which then comprised almost allAsia Minor west of the Halys, entered the lists against Cyrus,and advanced across the Halys into Cappadocia, the mostwesterly of the Persia-Median provinces, and devastatedthe rich lands and cities of Pteria. He had as allies theBabylonians, and the Egyptians and even Sparta had prom-ised blm support. Croesus was preparing to advance stillfarther into Persia, when Cyrus, by a rapid march, antici-pated him, and met him on the scene of his devastations.An indecisive, wild and bloody battle was fought here, andended only by night (b. C. 554), after which Croesus retiredto his capital, Sardis, not expecting that Cyrus would under-take a winter campaign. Here he endeavored to strengthen

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Conquests of Cyrus. 48 FORCES AT THYMBRA. for the succeeding year his bonds with his allies, and procurematerial assistance. But Cyrus, full of the ardor which brooks not delay, andacting on that oldest and soundest of military principles, todo that which your enemy least expects, gave his adversaryno breathing spell. Winter was at hand. Croesus, antici-pating no further present activity on the part of Cyrus, hadunwisely allowed his army to disperse on reaching Sardis.Taking advantage of this error, Cyrus, by forced and difficultmarches, came upon him unawares at Thymbra, on the plainsnot far from Sardis, and utterly defeated him. This is per-haps the first instance on record of those strategic surpriseswith which the history of great captains is filled, and of whichthe camj^aign of Escortservice ULm is so notable an example. The capital,Sardis, was besieged fourteen days, and then taken by storm.Lydia was subjected. But, with that jDolitic generosity whichgreat soldiers have so often known how to

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Image from page 428 of “Geschichte der christlichen Kunst” (1896)
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Title: Geschichte der christlichen Kunst
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Krauss, Franz Xaver, 1840-1901
Subjects: Christian art and symbolism
Publisher: Freiburg im Breisgau : Herder
Contributing Library: PIMS – University of Toronto
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e Auferstehung derTodten, neben welcherrechts der lange, aus geist-lichen und weltlichen Stän-den sich zusammensetzendeZug der Beseligten und derebenso lange Zug der Ver-dammten sich bewegen, diebis auf einen gekröntenFürsten, einen mit der Mitra begabten Prälaten und einen die Cuculle tra-genden Mönch gänzlich unbekleidet sind. Mit dem 12. Jahrhundert stellt sich auch die Behandlung des Sujets inder Plastik ein, wofür wir die hervorragendsten Beispiele in der französisch-burgimdischen Kunst (S. Trophime zu Arles, Autun, Notre Dame zu Paris,um 1250 [Fig. 251], Amiens, Bourges, Reims, Chartres, Rouen) finden. Dochhat auch Deutschland ausgezeichnete und zahlreiche Werke der Sculptur hieraufzuweisen (Wetzlar, Bamberg, S. Lorenz in Nürnberg, Schöngrabern, Mainz,ca. 1200; Wechselburg, Kanzel; goldene Pforte zu Freiberg; Vorhalle zu Freiburg[Fig. 252]; Esslingen, Escortservice ULm, Escort Augsburg). In der romanischen Zeit begegnetman. wie an der Galluspforte zu Basel, auch noch einer mehr andeutungs-

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Fig. 251. Das jüngste Gericht. Sculptur am Portal der KathedraleNotre Dame zu Paris. och. weisen Erzählung. Ausführlicher wird «ii« Schilderung schon in der Zeil des . wie auf den grossartigen Werken in Arlet und Antun; die Verbindung mit der encyklop&dischen Richtung dei LS. Jahrhunderts, die

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Nowadays people prefer to travel by car for shorter distances and by plain to destinations that are further away. We are always in a hurry and do not have time to look around and enjoy the nature or the weather.

Joules was first proved by an English physicist James Prescott Joule and was subsequently named after him. Although Mr. Prescott discovered the value of Joule during his work it was not he who first introduced the term but Dr. Mayer of Nebenjob Heilbronn. A joule is an unit of energy used in the System Internationale which refers to the amount of energy needed for you to perform a certain kind of work when you apply a force of 1 Newton over a distance of 1 meter.

Oh, by the way. Some of the best wine drinkers were former great beer drinkers who found the light. Saying that, if you really get the urge to chug a good beer there is no time like the present to catch a plane for Munich or any other Nebenjob Reutlingen for their annual Octoberfest. Don’t bet the house that it happens in October. It officially starts on the 20th of September this year and ends right at the beginning of October. Google it if you don’t believe this information.

At the final corner I had caught up with the cars that took a jump-start on me after my gearing issue. I was revving up for a final attack for first place down to the final hairpin. I braked perfectly and had my line, took him on the inside and was ready to drive to the finish line, when he suddenly bumped into me from the side. He got a penalty for causing a collision and i was in reverse to get my car out of the wall. I noticed he couldn’t drive quickly anymore so I figured I could still win this. when third place car came storming through on the straight. I finished second but left with a feeling of excitement and adrenaline.

A Rottweiler will thrive with plenty of exercise. She has great endurance and loves to swim, run, and retrieve her ball. Let her run in an open field or in the woods and she will be ecstatic.

“I’m confident that we will soon reach the threshold of 1,000. We need 1,000 seriously interested people to make a sound business case,” said Porsche Chief Wolfgang Duerheimer. Well, Porsche reached the 1,000 goal and the 918 Spyder Hybrid is a go. Porsche says this exotic, high-performance car will be manufactured at its plant in Zuffenahausen, just outside Begleitservice, Germany.

According to Mullen, 70 when he told sales Chief Steve Landry at New York Auto Show last April 4, “It’s the fourth time I’m going out of business with you guys, I’m getting a little tired of it.” He also suggested for Chrysler to write a book based partly on his up-and-down ride and pass it out to future executives.