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  1. 29.09.2022 · Die Familien Pringsheim und Mann in München Im Mittelpunkt des Seminars stehen zwei außergewöhnliche Familien: die Pringsheims und die Manns. Die Salons im „Palais Pringsheim“ des Mathematikers und Kunstsammlers Alfred Pringsheim (1850-1941) und seiner Frau Hedwig (1855-1942) nahmen viele Jahre eine wichtige Rolle im kulturellen Leben ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › MajolicaMajolica - Wikipedia

    Earthenware coated with coloured lead glazes applied directly to an unglazed body has from the mid-19th century onwards been called majolica, e.g.: 20th-century majolica, Mexican majolica, Sarreguemines majolica, Palissy majolica, majolica-glazed Parian ware.

  3. 2.3.1 For Piano and String Quartet or Quintet (Pringsheim) 2.3.2 For 5 Instruments (Dich) 2.3.3 For 2 Violins, Viola and Cello (Jones) 2.3.4 For Piano and Harmonium (Reinhard) 2.3.5 For 2 Pianos (Behn) 2.3.6 For Piano 4 hands (Rubinstein) 2.3.7 For Piano solo (Rubinstein) 3 General Information

  4. In 1905 I married the daughter of Alfred Pringsheim, who had the chair of mathematics at the University of Munich. On her mother’s side my wife is the granddaughter of Ernst and Hedwig Dohm, the well-known Berlin journalist and his wife, who played a leading role in the German movement for women’s emancipation. From our marriage have come six children: three girls, of whom the eldest has ...

  5. Pierre Alfred Déséglise (1823-1883) René Desfontaines (1750-1833) Charles des Moulins (1798-1875) Jean-Baptiste-René Pouppé Desportes (1704-1748) Louis Despréaux Saint-Sauveur (1794-1843) Nicaise Augustin Desvaux (1784-1856) Giovanni Battista De Toni (1864-1924) André Pascal Alexandre De Vos (1834-1889) Émile Deyrolle (1838-1917)

  6. 由于若尔当曲线定理在低维拓扑和复杂分析中的重要性,受到20世纪上半叶突出数学家的关注。定理及其概括的各种证明由J.W Alexander,Louis Antoine,Bieberbach,Luitzen Brouwer,Denjoy,Hartogs,BélaKerékjártó,Alfred Pringsheim和Arthur Moritz Schoenflies构建。

  7. Varian Fry, né le 15 octobre 1907 à New York et mort le 13 septembre 1967, est un journaliste américain qui, depuis Marseille, a sauvé entre 2 000 et 4 000 Juifs et militants antinazis en les aidant à fuir l'Europe et le régime de Vichy.