Yet Ranke definitely placed himself with those who were beginning to believe that history was a science and nothing more.
These Mr. Ranke found by accident in a bundle of old papers.
This opinion of Ranke calls for a few words about the incomplete horizontal parietal sutures.
Hirsch, Siegfried, born in 1816, studied history under the celebrated historian Ranke.
Ranke, who has given this a more minute scrutiny than Dupin could have done, comes nearly to the same result.
Of course, with due regard to Ranke, all that was not the work of Jesuits, but men of his kind see "Jesuit" in everything.
She won the friendship of such men as Ranke and Prince Puckler.
Mommsen, like Ranke, was the founder of a school; and his inspiration has been felt by every worker in the field of Roman studies.
At least Ranke asserts that this is the case with the 500,000 of Fran.
For the paganism thus prevalent in Rome, see also Ranke, Ppste, i. 73 sqq.