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  • Merkel's paternal grandfather was originally Catholic but the entire family converted to Lutheranism during the childhood of her father, who later studied Lutheran theology in Heidelberg and Hamburg.Angela Merkel-Wikipedia
  • Manchester mill owner, Thomas Ashton, chairman of the extension movement had studied at Heidelberg University.University of Manchester-Wikipedia
  • The established universities in Germany include some of the oldest in the world, with Heidelberg University (established in 1386) being the oldest.Germany-Wikipedia
  • The eldest, Carl Mendelssohn Bartholdy (7 February 1838 – 23 February 1897), became a historian, and Professor of History at Heidelberg and Freiburg universities; he died in a psychiatric institution in Freiburg aged 59.Felix Mendelssohn-Wikipedia
  • Heidelberg University, founded in 1386, is Germany's oldest and one of Europe's most reputable universities.Heidelberg-Wikipedia
  • Adopting the concept of a graduate school from Germany's ancient Heidelberg University, Johns Hopkins University is considered the first research university in the United States.Johns Hopkins University-Wikipedia
  • The most famous of those is Heidelberg University.Heidelberg-Wikipedia
  • While the catechism's introduction credits the "entire theological faculty here" (at the University of Heidelberg) and "all the superintendents and prominent servants of the church" for the composition of the catechism, Zacharius Ursinus is commonly regarded as the catechism's principal author.Heidelberg-Wikipedia
  • In 1386, Heidelberg University was founded by Rupert I, Elector Palatine.Heidelberg-Wikipedia
  • Mainly for this reason, Tartu is also – tongue-in-cheek – known as "Athens of the Emajõgi" or as "Heidelberg of the North".Tartu-Wikipedia
  • In 1937, Thomas Mann remarked that a plaque bearing the inscription "be the Living Spirit" had been torn down by the Nazis from a building at the University of Heidelberg.The New School-Wikipedia
  • The medical school is also partnered with the University of South Florida School of Medicine, the University of Heidelberg (Germany), the Novosibirsk Medical University (Russia), and the University of Sharjah (UAE).Medical school-Wikipedia
  • Flexner had studied European schools such as Heidelberg University, All Souls College, Oxford, and the Collège de France–and he wanted to establish a similar advanced research center in the United States.Institute for Advanced Study-Wikipedia
  • Baden-Württemberg is home to some of the oldest, most renowned, and prestigious universities in Germany, such as the universities of Heidelberg (founded in 1386, the oldest university within the territory of modern Germany), Freiburg (founded in 1457), and Tübingen (founded in 1477).Baden-Württemberg-Wikipedia
  • Hegel attempted to enlist the help of the poet and translator Johann Heinrich Voß to obtain a post at the newly renascent University of Heidelberg, but he failed; to his chagrin, Fries was later in the same year made Ordinary Professor (salaried) there.Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel-Wikipedia
  • In 1913, the Greek monarch George I was assassinated; he was succeeded by his son Constantine who had attended Heidelberg University, served in a Prussian regiment and married Sophia of Prussia, sister of Emperor William II.Allies of World War I-Wikipedia
  • According to German traveller Heinrich von Poser, whose travelogue of the Deccan was translated by Gita Dharampal-Frick of Heidelberg University, there were two names for the city: "On 3 December 1622, we reached the city of Bagneger or Hederabat, the seat of the king Sultan Mehemet Culi Cuttub Shah and the capital of the kingdom".Hyderabad-Wikipedia
  • The Jagiellonian University maintains an academic partnership with Heidelberg University, Germany's oldest university.Jagiellonian University-Wikipedia
  • Goebbels, who aspired to be an author, obtained a Doctor of Philology degree from the University of Heidelberg in 1921.Joseph Goebbels-Wikipedia
  • Even the Geneva académie was eclipsed by universities in Leiden and Heidelberg, which became the new strongholds of Calvin's ideas, first identified as "Calvinism" by Joachim Westphal in 1552.John Calvin-Wikipedia
  • Having received offers of a post from the Universities of Erlangen, Berlin and Heidelberg, Hegel chose Heidelberg, where he moved in 1816.Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel-Wikipedia
  • The university town also houses one of the medical schools of Heidelberg University, the Hochschule Mannheim, a branch of the Duale Hochschule of the State of Baden-Württemberg and several musical and theatrical academies, including the Pop Academy Mannheim, the Musikhochschule and the Theaterakademie.Mannheim-Wikipedia
  • At the University of Heidelberg, Goebbels wrote his doctoral thesis on Wilhelm von Schütz, a minor 19th century romantic dramatist.Joseph Goebbels-Wikipedia
  • The technique was invented by Gunther von Hagens when working at the anatomical institute of the Heidelberg University in 1978.Mummy-Wikipedia
  • In the contemporary era Germany has developed eleven Universities of Excellence: Humboldt University of Berlin, the University of Bremen, the University of Cologne, TU Dresden, the University of Tübingen, RWTH Aachen, FU Berlin, Heidelberg University, the University of Konstanz, LMU Munich, and the Technical University of Munich.Germany-Wikipedia
  • It is the Dutch equivalent of the widely known annual Hettner lectures at the University of Heidelberg.Alexander von Humboldt-Wikipedia
  • 1386: University of Heidelberg was foundedLate Middle Ages-Wikipedia
  • The University of Cologne was established in 1388 as the fourth university in the Holy Roman Empire, after the Charles University of Prague (1348), the University of Vienna (1365) and the Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg (1386).University of Cologne-Wikipedia
  • The terminology varies: while most universities refer to the degree as Doctor of Laws (Doktor der Rechte (pl.), e.g. Munich, Münster, Berlin (HU), Cologne, Tübingen, Göttingen), some others refer to it either as Doctor of Jurisprudence (Doktor der Rechtswissenschaft, e.g. Heidelberg, Hamburg) or Doctor of Law (Doktor des Rechts (sg.), e.g. Berlin (FU)).Doctor of Law-Wikipedia
  • Indeed, there were considerations by Karl Friedrich, Grand Duke of Baden and Karl, Grand Duke of Baden to close down the university in Freiburg while both of them thought that the Grand Duchy could not afford to run two universities at the same time (the Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg had existed since 1386).University of Freiburg-Wikipedia

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