Wetzstein, Reisebericht fiber Hauran and die Trachonen (Berlin, 1860); Sir R.
After studying at Leipzig, he went to Amsterdam, where he edited Homer and the Onomasticon of Julius Pollux for Wetzstein the publisher.
The south-east part of the Thuringian Forest is the more populous and industrial; the chief summits are the Kieferle (2848 ft.), the Blessberg (2834 ft.), the Wurzelberg (2841 ft.) and the Wetzstein (2575 ft.).
Wetzstein derives it from mahir, a corruption of Amasir with its plurals Imazir and Masir, archaic forms of the Berber native name Amazigh, the free.
Wetzstein, 2 vols., Leipzig, 1844), and the Asas ul-balagha, a lexicon of choice words and phrases, was printed at Bulaq, 1882.
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