der Stadt Kln (5 vols., Cologne, 1863-1880) to 1648, and Frankreich and der Niederrhein (2 vols., ib., 1855, 1856), a history of the city and electorate of Cologne since the Thirty Years' War; R.
Korth, Kln im Mittelalter (Cologne, 1890); F.
Keussen, Historische Topographie der Stadt Kln im Mittelalter (Bonn, 1906); W.
It is better then to define the coefficient of absorption as a quantity k such that kln of the light is absorbed in i/nth part of a centimetre, where n may be taken to be a very large number.
Beziehungen zu Aribo von Mainz Pilgrim von Kln, and Aribert von Mailand (Breslau, 1891); O.
Der Kampf urn Kln, edited by J.
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