2 edition of natural history of Hartz Forest... found in the catalog.
natural history of Hartz Forest...
Georg Henning Behrens
|Statement||written in German... (and translated by John Andree).|
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The natural history of Hartz-Forest, in His Majesty King George's German dominions. Written in German by H. Behrens, M.D. [Georg Henning Behrens] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press.
The natural history of Hartz-Forest, in His Majesty King George's German dominions: being a succinct account of the caverns, lakes, springs, rivers, mountains, rocks, quarries, fossiles, castles, gardens, the famous pagan idol Pustrich or Spit-fire, dwarf-holes, pits, moving islands, whirlpools, mines, several engines belonging to them; ores, the manner of refining them; smelting houses.
The natural history of Hartz-Forest, in His Majesty King George's German dominions Written in German. London: printed by W. Pearson, for T. Osborne. MLA Citation. Behrens, Georg Henning. The natural history of Hartz-Forest, in His Majesty King George's.
The natural history of Hartz-Forest, in His Majesty King George's German dominions: Written in German by H. Behrens, M.D. Get this from a library. The natural history of Hartz-Forest in His Majesty King George's German dominions: being a succinct account of the caverns, lakes, springs in the said forest: with several useful and enternaining physical observations.
[Georg Henning Behrens]. The natural history of Hartz-Forest in His Majesty King George's German dominions [microform]: being a succinct account of the caverns, lakes, springs in the said forest: with several useful and enternaining physical observations / written in German by H.
Behrens Printed by W. Pearson, for T. Osborne London Australian/Harvard Citation. The Harz (German: ()) is a highland area in northern Germany. It has the highest elevations for that region, and its rugged terrain extends across parts of Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and name Harz derives from the Middle High German word Hardt or Hart (hill forest), Latinized as Brocken is the highest summit in the Harz with an elevation of 1, metres (3, ft.
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The natural history of Hartz-Forest, in His Majesty King George's German dominions.: Being a succinct account of The Caverns, Lakes, Springs, Rivers, Mountains, Rocks, Quarries, Fossiles, Castles, Gardens, the famous Pagan Idol Pustrich or Spit-Fire, Dwarf-Holes, Pits, moving Islands, Whirlpools, Mines, several Engines belonging to them ; Ores, the manner of refining them ; Smelting-Houses.
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