from Cologne to St Goar, and 6 ft.
from St Goar to Mannheim.
94 (1880), p. 90 (shows how the prayers of the Christian sacramentaries derive from the Jewish Synagogue); Goar, Rituale Graecorum; F.
Goar's Euchologion (1647); H.
it from Oberwesel, a small town on the Rhine, above St Goar.
Amongst places in the Rhine and its vicinity may be mentioned Kreuznach, Neustadt, Riidesheim and St Goar; on the Lake of Geneva are Montreux and Vevey; and in Tirol Gries and Meran.
40; Gregory Nyss., Oratio in eos qui differunt baptismum; Sacramentary of Serapion of Thmuis; Augustine, De Baptismo contra Donatistas; Jac. Goar, Rituale Graecorum (gives the current Greek rites); F.
Goar (1652); in Bonn Corpus scriptorum hist.
The deepest point is opposite the Lorelei (Lurlei) Rock near St Goar, where it is 75 ft.
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