Programm zur Feier des fünfzigsten Jahrestages der Schlacht bei Leipzig am 18. October 1863 / Ordnung für den Festzug zur Feier des 18. October 1863 / Lieder gesungen zur Feier des 18. October 1863, in Kassel
Zvi Keren: his contribution to Israel's music scene : an interview in honor of his 85th birthday
- It is with great pride that I introduce a new section in this issue of Min-Ad: Israel Studies in Musicology, dedicated to interviews with musicians who have made major contributions to Israel’s music life. I am particularly pleased to inaugurate this section with an interview with our esteemed colleague (and in my case, teacher), Zvi Keren, a major figure in the development of Israel´s contemporary, jazz and light music. This interview is conducted by Alona Keren-Sagee, Zvi Keren´s daughter.
Kritisches Verzeichnis der Londoner Handschriften aus dem Besitz des Nikolaus von Kues
IAWA List of microscopic features for hardwood identification : with an Appendix on non-anatomical information
- This list of microscopic features for hardwood identification is the successor to the "Standard List of Characters Suitable For Computerized Hardwood Identification" published in 1981 (IAWA Bulletin n.s. 2: 99-145) with an explanation of the coding procedure by R.B. Miller. The 1981 publication greatly stimulated international exchange of information and experience on characters suitable for hardwood identification, and inspired considerable debate on the most desirable coding procedures and identification programs. Therefore, at the IA W A meeting during the XIV International Botanical Congress in Berlin, July 1987, it was decided to revise the 1981 standard list. Because of the continuing developments in computer technology and programming, it was agreed to limit the scope of the new list to definitions, explanatory commentary, and illustrations of wood anatomical descriptors, rather than concentrate on coding procedures. A new Committee was appointed by the IA W A Council to work towards the new list, and thanks to a substantial grant from the USDA Competitive Research Grants - Wood Utilization Program (Grant No. 88-33541-4081), a workshop was held by the Committee from October 2-7, 1988, in the Department of Wood & Paper Science, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA, under the joint auspices of IA WA and IUFRO Division S. A preliminary list was prepared during the workshop. IA W A members were invited to comment on this list, and these comments helped with the final preparation of the new list. The list presented here was agreed to after review of subsequent drafts and extensive internal consultation between committee members. Although this list has 163 anatomical and 58 miscellaneous features, it is not a complete list encompassing all the structural patterns that one can encounter in hardwoods. Instead it is intended to be a concise list of features useful for identification purposes. Also, the numbers assigned to each feature in the present list are not meant to be codes for a computer program, but are intended to serve for easy reference, and to help translate data from one program/database to another. Wood and wood cells are biological elements, formed in trees, shrubs, and climbers to fulfill a physiological or mechanical function. Although there is more discrete diversity in wood structure than in many other plant parts, there is also much continuous variation, and any attempt to classify this diversity into well-defined features has an artificial element. Yet we are confident that in the feature list presented here ambiguity of descriptors has been limited to a minimum, and we hope that all present and future colleagues engaged in wood identification and descriptive wood anatomy will find this list a valuable guide and reference.
Von der Rechtmäßigkeit, légitimité
Das Kunstgewerbe-Museum in Berlin
Die deutsche Krankenpflege im Tabakspital zu Nanzig
Historische Nachrichten über Kokand, vom Chane Muhammed Ali bis Chudajar Chan
Aetz-Bilder aus Frankfurt a. M.
Les derniers jours de l'ordre de Malte et le grand bailli de la Tour-du-Pin