A German edition of Euler's famous algebra textbook including Lagrange's substantial additions and further supplements by the translator.
This German language title presents a new interpretation of Luke's theology and ethics.
This report on expeditions in British Guiana in 1840 1844 was a major work on taxonomy and on native tribes.
An attempt, first published in two volumes in 1835 and 1849, to recover the lost epics of the archaic period.
Heinrich Schliemann's description of his final excavations at Troy, published in 1891 soon after his death.
Essential grammar reference and practice for anyone using English in a business context.
A thorough study of Vedic Sanskrit grammar and syntax, illustrated by text examples, first published in 1888.
The first comprehensive study of Jewish magic in antiquity, published 1898 and still regarded as an authoritative guide.
This 1901 book by Josef Strzygowski (1862-1941) controversially proposed the importance of Middle Eastern influences on early Christian art.