Synonyms for epochen or Related words with epochen
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The change is noticeable in his "
der kirchlichen Geschichtschreibung" (1852), "Das Christenthum und die christiche Kirche der drei ersten Jahrhunderte" (1853), and "Die christliche Kirche von Anfang des vierten bis zum Ende das sechsten Jahrhunderts" (1859), works preparatory to his "Kirchengeschichte", in which the change of view is specially pronounced.
Wilhelm Georg Grewe (16 October 1911 – 11 January 2000) was a German diplomat and professor of international law. He played a major role in formulating the Hallstein Doctrine. He was an expert in International Law and was the author of "
der Völkerrechtsgeschichte" (1984), a standard work on the subject.
In 1941 Grewe was awarded his habilitation on the basis of work that was later to become part of his book "
der Völkerrechtsgeschichte", and he lectured at the Faculty of Foreign Studies and the Faculty of Law (in Berlin). In 1942 he was appointed extraordinary professor at the Faculty of Foreign Studies, where he taught "Legal Foundations of Foreign Policy" and "Policy of International Law" ("Völkerrechtspolitik").
In 1936 respectively 1938 the "Ritterhausgesellschaft" (Ritterhaus society) took over the management of the building complex, and the society today provides the museum related to the castle's and the order's history. The buildings of the commandry were completely renewed in 1947, and the chapel between 1993 and 1995. In 2000 the museum was redesigned, and a herbal garden (German: "
-Kräutergarten") was established and the exterior partially renewed in 2011. The adjacent farm and barn buildings are excluded from the "Ritterhaus" building complex, as they still are used as a privately cultivated farm.
The commander's building houses the "Ritterhaus" history museum that was established in the 1940s. Its "Hotz coin collection" shows an assortment of more than 400 coins that give record of the Order and its Grandmasters from 14th to 18th century. The museum also comprises the collection of antique arms of Johann Jakob Vogel (1813–1862) who donated about 220 arms to the Ritterhaus Bubikon. In 2011 the so-called "
-Kräutergarten" ("epochal herb garden") opened to the public presenting medieval herbs from the "ancient world" on about .
In 1896 he taught art history at the University at Strassburg. From 1897 to 1910 he worked at the Berlin Museum under Wilhelm von Bode. Specialized in Christian sculpture he published a study on the Museum's ivory sculpture ("Die Elfenbeinbildwerke der königlichen Museen zu Berlin", 1900) and a large catalog entitled "Beschreibung der Bildwerke der christlichen
" (published in 1910). In 1908 Vöge was recommended by Wölfflin for a chair at the University of Freiburg. There he founded the Institute of Art History, developing a library and a comprehensive photo collection. Among his students in Freiburg were Erwin Panofsky, who wrote his Ph.D. dissertation under Vöge in 1914, Friedrich Winkler, Kurt Badt, Walter Lehmann and Hans Rupe.
He took an active part in the establishment of the Tempelverein, being one of the collaborators in the revision of its prayer-book; and he founded the Verein zur Beförderung Nützlicher Gewerbe Unter den Juden, which he directed from 1823 to 1840, when he became secretary of the congregation of Hamburg. Possessing knowledge of Romance and Germanic languages, and wrote with ease in Hebrew, was an acute and clever critic. Forty of his songs and poems are contained in the hymn-book of the Hamburg congregation. His poem "Hagbahah" was often ascribed to Gabriel Riesser. Some years prior to his death he published the first part of "Zwei
aus der Gesch. der Deutsch-Israelitischen Gemeinde in Hamburg" (Hamburg, 1866), a valuable work which remained unfinished.
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