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Ludwig Von Urlichs
... In 1855 he relocated to the University of Würzburg as chair of classical philology and aesthetics ... specialized in classical pottery and ancient sculpture, and at Würzburg was in charge of the large collection of art and antiques at the Martin von ... He died in Würzburg ...
Franz Riegel
... He studied medicine at the University of Würzburg, and following graduation furthered his studies in Vienna with Johann von Oppolzer (1808-1871) ... Afterwards he returned to Würzburg as an assistant to Heinrich von Bamberger (1822-1888), and later Carl Gerhardt (1833-1902) ... a lecturer of experimental pathology at the University of Würzburg, and in 1874 became director of the Cologne city hospital ...
St. James's Abbey, Würzburg
... was a Benedictine monastery in Würzburg ... It was founded as a Scotch monastery by Embrico, Bishop of Würzburg, about 1134 ...
Chris Kramer - Professional Career - Germany (2011 - ) - S.oliver Baskets Würzburg (2011-2012)
... Kramer played one year with Würzburg in the German Baskebtall Bundesliga ... Würzburg reaches the semifinals of the 2012 playoffs ...
Ludwig Western Railway - Significance Today
... The section from Würzburg to Aschaffenburg runs today under the name of the Main-Spessart Railway and continues to be one of the most important stretches of railway line in Germany ... The Rottendorf-Bamberg section, (today KBS 810, Würzburg–Bamberg, in the timetable) lost its importance for passenger traffic between Würzburg and Nuremberg ... The Schweinfurt–Würzburg section, which had become part of the Berlin-Stuttgart(-Rome) link via Erfurt with the opening of the Brandleite tunnel in 1884 ...