Between these land masses lay a great Mediterranean sea—the “Tethys” of suess.
suess employed Weissensee, a pastor, the prelate of Hirsau, as his court spy.
Charles Alexander was aware that suess knew too many court secrets to be allowed to quit the country.
suess paid the Duke £300 for one, and pocketed the profits, which were considerable.
It has been recently developed by Ball and suess, and especially by Heim.
suess, finding his power slipping from him, resolved to quit the country.
Moreover, the necessities of the Duke made him feel that he might still need the ingenuity of suess to help him to raise money.
Throughout the book the influence of Prof. suess is often noticeable.
In three years suess gained a profit of 20,000 florins out of the sale of jewellery alone.
Such areas have been named by suess ‘Horsts,’ a term which it may be useful to adopt, as we have no English equivalent.