Marburg

Marburg is a city in the state of Hesse, Germany, on the River Lahn. It is the main town of the Marburg-Biedenkopf district and its population, as of March 2010, was 79,911.

In 1972, the town hosted the twelvth Hessentag state festival.

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Louis IV, Landgrave Of Hesse-Marburg
... Landgrave Louis IV of Hesse-Marburg (27 May 1537 – 9 October 1604) was the son of Landgrave Philip I of Hesse and his wife Christine of Saxony ... Hesse was divided among his sons and Louis received Hesse-Marburg (Upper Hesse) including Marburg and Giessen ... He had the Marburg Castle renovated by his architect Ebert Baldewein ...
The Idea Of The Holy - Life
... became ordinary professor at the University of Breslau, and in 1917, at the University of Marburg's Divinity School, then one of the most famous Protestant seminaries in the world ... he received several other calls, he remained in Marburg for the rest of his life ... He is buried in Marburg cemetery ...
Adam Lonicer
... Lonicer was born in Marburg, the son of a theologian and philologist ... He studied at Marburg and the University of Mainz, and obtained his Magister degree at sixteen years of age ... He became professor of Mathematics at the University of Marburg in 1553 and Doctor of Medicine in 1554, becoming the town physician in Frankfurt am Main ...
Heinrich Heppe
... (March 30, 1820, Kassel, Hesse-Kassel – July 25, 1879, Marburg) was a German Calvinist theologian and church historian ... he earned his doctorate from the University of Marburg, where he was a student of Orientalist Hermann Hupfeld (1796–1866) ... In 1850 he became an associate professor of theology at Marburg, where he attained full professorship in 1864 ...
Marburg, Queensland - History
... In 1912 a railway line from Rosewood to Marburg was opened but only a few years later the railway began to suffer from the competition of highway traffic ... Because of an anti-German sentiment of some State politicians the name of Marburg was changed during the first World War into Townshend, a name change the locals did not support ... at the time, was instrumental in having the name Marburg be re-introduced after the war in 1920, which created a storm of protest but to no avail ...