. Beza's Icones, contemporary portraits of reformers of religion and letters; being facsimile reproductions of the portraits in Beza's Icones (1580) and in Goulard's edition (1581). 64. PRINCE GEORGE OF ANHALT. George, Prince of Anhalt (Georgius Anhaltinus Princeps) ANHALT, a duchy in Central Germany, withDessau for its capital, rose to the positionof an independent principality in the firsthalf of the thirteenth century. On thedeath of Henry I., in 1252, it was par-titioned into three—Ascania, Bernburg, and Zerbst.Of the Protestant Princes of Germany no one washeld in greater honour or admitt

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. Beza's Icones, contemporary portraits of reformers of religion and letters; being facsimile reproductions of the portraits in Beza's Icones (1580) and in Goulard's edition (1581). 64. PRINCE GEORGE OF ANHALT. George, Prince of Anhalt (Georgius Anhaltinus Princeps) ANHALT, a duchy in Central Germany, withDessau for its capital, rose to the positionof an independent principality in the firsthalf of the thirteenth century. On thedeath of Henry I., in 1252, it was par-titioned into three—Ascania, Bernburg, and Zerbst.Of the Protestant Princes of Germany no one washeld in greater honour or admitt

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