Brandis to accompany him on a journey to Greece for the prosecution of archaeological researches.
Review (January, 1862), pp. 11-18; Brandis, Forest Flora of North-west and Central India, pp. 516-525 (London, 1874); Veitch, Manual of Coniferae (2nd ed., London, 1900).
The telephone exchange is in the centre of the city, in Von Brandis Square.
Brandis, to the basis of Assyrian standards; Mommsen, to coin weights; and P. Bortolotti to Egyptian units; but F.
Brandis, Manz-, Mass-, and Gewicht-Wesen (1866) (specially Assyrian);
84; Brandis, History of Greek and Roman Philosophy; also Pythagoras.
Brandis assigned 258 years to the 3rd dynasty; other summations have been proposed with equally little assurance of certainty.
- The Aristotelian philosophy is to be studied,first in Aristotle's works, which are the best commentaries on one another; the best complete edition is the Berlin edition (1831-1870), by Bekker and Brandis, in which also are the fragments collected by V.
Rose, the scholia collected by Brandis, and the index compiled by Bonitz.
Of the commentaries we have - (1) one on the Isagoge of Porphyry (Venice, 1500 fol.); (2) one on the Categories (Venice, 1503 fol.), the authenticity of which is doubted by Brandis; (3) one on the De Interpretatione (Venice, 1503 fol.).
Brandis, Uber d.
Brandis, "Uber d.
See Ritter and Preller, §§ 1 59166; Brandis, Commentationum eleaticarum, pt.
In 1864 Dr Brandis was appointed inspector-general of forests to the government of India, and in the following year an act of the legislature was passed (No.
According to Marquardt, the boundaries of the province were the Tibiscus (Temes) on the W., the Carpathians on the N., the Tyras on the E., and the Danube on the S., but Brandis (in Pauly-Wissowa's Realencyclopddie) maintains that it did not extend farther eastwards than the river Olt (Aluta) - the country beyond belonging to lower Moesia - and not so far as the Theiss westwards, being thus limited to Transylvania and Little Walachia.
In 129, under Hadrian, Dacia was divided into Dacia Superior and Inferior, the former comprising Transylvania, the latter Little Walachia, with procurators, probably both under the same praetorian legate (according to Brandis, the procurator of Dacia inferior was independent, but see A.
Brandis in Pauly-Wissowa's Realencyclopddie, iv.
Brandis in Pauly-Wissowa, Realencycl.
Brandis, Geschichte der griechisch-rOmischen Philosophie (Berlin, 1853), II.