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“Deipnosophistae and included by Richard Brunck in Analecta Veterum”
“The Analecta is a most curious miscellany showing a strong appetite for the marvellous combined with a hesitating doubt in regard to some of the more exacting narratives.”
“Analecta" of Gruithuisen, together with some experiments he had made.”
“In modern publications the horizontal pendulum is mostly accredited to Zollner (1869), sometimes to Perrot (1862), but illustrated articles with observations in the "Analecta" of Gruithuisen, vol. I, and in Dingler's "Polytechnic Journal", 1832, secure for Hengler the indisputable right of priority.”
“A list of martyrs compiled by Dr. O'Devany was used by Rothe in his "Analecta".”
“Analecta", which still remains a most important contribution to the subject.”
“Bruodin based his work on Rothe's "Analecta", but he made large additions from other writers, as Good, Bourchier, Gonzaga,”
“As a result, in great measure, of these several publications, the case was brought to such a point, about ten years after the reissue of Rothe's "Analecta", that the ecclesiastical authorities were in a position to make preparations for holding the processus ordinarius informativus, the diocesan inquiry which is a preliminary in the process of canonization.”
“Above all, however, he himself made diligent researches among the manuscripts and published many rare and valuable specimens in his "Analecta" (see below).”
“As early as 1616, Dr. Rothe had published the first part of his famous "Analecta" and the completed work was issued at Cologne”
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