Hehn, Siebenzahl and Sabbat (1907).
Also Hehn, Siebenzahl and Sabbat.
According to Hehn, the town derived its name from the crocus; Reymond, on the other hand, with more probability, holds that the name of the drug arose from that of the town.
According to Hehn, roses and lilies entered Greece from the east by way of Phrygia, Thrace and Macedonia (Kulturpflanzen and Hausthiere, 3rd ed., p. 217).
' Hehn, Kulturpflanzen u.
Hehn, Gedanken g iber Goethe (1884; 4th ed., 1900); W.
Hehn, Ober Goethes Hermann and Dorothea (1893); A.
Hehn, Culturpflanzen, &c., and Monlmsen, Romische Geschichte, v.