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Image from page 225 of “The Entomologist” (1877)
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Title: The Entomologist
Year: 1877 (1870s)
Authors: British Trust for Entomology Royal Entomological Society of London
Subjects: Entomology
Publisher: London : Simpkin, Marshall & Co.
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ll with the markings in the same wing parts inA. levana. The figures 4, 5, 7 represent under side markings ofA. levana and A. bureijana var. thibetana 2 (fig. 7),t which latteris the under side io of the Araschnids (compare fig. 1);fig. 4 is taken from a female levana from Berlin, fig. 5 froma male levana from the Sayan Mountains (Irkutsk), which latterlocal form shows an increase in size. While exhibiting furthervariation of the median part in the second costal blotch, thesespecimens also show how the shape of this costal marking isaltered as a whole—(1) when the apex becomes ocelliform(figs. 1, 7), or (2) when the wing is fasciated (fig. 6). Figs. 4and 5 exhibit intermediate markings. :;: The only luliollij African species of Pyrameis—P. abyssinica—is in-teresting tor resembling the African species of Hypanartia in its upper side. f The facial differences between bureijana and var. thibetana are so greatthat one suspects them to be different species. VARIATION OF A. LEVANA 165

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Of the six hind wings shown above, figs. 1, 2, 3 are drawnfrom the upper sides of levana aberrations. Fig. 1 was bred bylow temperature (breeder unknown to me) in Koslin, on theBaltic. The marginal band is atalanta-form, the colours areexceptionally rich, the markings in the fore wings resemblethose of levana, but the very dark brown under side is withoutthe violet colour-splashes of levana. Fig. 2, ab. porima, fromEichstadt, north of Ingalstadt, on the Danube, almost exactlycopies the markings of A. bureyana. As a whole, the specimenhas just the appearance of a cross between levana andprorsa ;all the markings and colours of the two varieties are combinedin the facies. Fig. 3 dates from Nebenjob Augsburg-on-the-Lech, southof the Danube. There are blue sjjots in the margin of the wing.The vestiges of the fascia are creamy-white, the median linesmarking the position of the levana spots are orange, the forewings show markings like prorsa, but the colour of the centralband is orange, though the co

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Image from page 430 of “Unterhaltungen aus der Naturgeschichte” (1795)
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Title: Unterhaltungen aus der Naturgeschichte
Year: 1795 (1790s)
Authors: Wilhelm, Gottlieb Tobias, 1758-1811 Leizelt, Balthasar Friedrich, engraver Richmond, Charles Wallace, 1868-1932, former owner. DSI
Subjects: Birds Ornithology Natural history
Publisher: Augsburg : In der M. Engelbrechtischen Kunsthandlung
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Image from page 30 of “The Reformed Church in Pennsylvania : part IX. of a narrative and critical history prepared at the request of the Pennsylvania-German Society” (1902)
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Title: The Reformed Church in Pennsylvania : part IX. of a narrative and critical history prepared at the request of the Pennsylvania-German Society
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Dubbs, J.H. (Joseph Henry), 1838-1910 Hinke, William J
Subjects: Reformed Church in the United States Reformed Church in the United States German Reformed Church (U.S.)
Publisher: Lancaster, Pa. : [The Society]
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theextent to which the Augustinian and Calvinistic principlesare carried out; in other words, the difference is theolog-ical, not religious, and logical rather than theological. ^ Frederick the Third, Elector of the Palatinate, maybe regarded as the founder of the Reformed Church ofGermany, though its beginnings actually belong to anearlier period. It will be remembered that at the Diet ofAugsburg in 1531, four Reformed cities of southern Ger-many presented a separate con-fession, which the Emperor re-fused to recognize. We needhardly refer to the peculiar po-sition of Philip of Hesse and tothe attempt of Lambert ofAvignon to organize thechurches of Hesse after theSwiss model. Gradually theReformed Church made itsway, and in 1540 Melancthonon his own responsibility intro-duced certain changes into thetenth article of the Nebenjob Augsburg Confession for the purpose of rendering it acceptableto the Reformed people. This act was violently de-nounced and was one of the chief occasions for the re-

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ARMS OF FREDERICK III. ^Schaffs Harmony of Reformed Confession, p. 15. 12 The Reformed Church in America. newal of the sacramental controversy. The conflict be-came most violent after the death of Melancthon, andcan hardly be said to have subsided before the middle ofthe seventeenth century. During this period there was anextensive secession from the Lutheran to the ReformedChurch aiijd in this movement the Palatinate led the way.In 1559 the Elector Frederick III. formally accepted theReformed confessions, though he always insisted that hehad not renounced his allegiance to the Confession ofAugsburg. Other princes followed his example, and so ithappened that the Reformed Church became the leadingecclesiastical organization along the whole course of theRhine, from its source to the ocean. After the Elector Frederick had entered the ReformedChurch he determined to publish a confession of faith thatwould serve as a declaration of the doctrine which he hadaccepted. The work of composition

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