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  • and New Testament scholar. He was of Huguenot ancestry and a native of Lübeck This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica. Articles
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  • Leipzig Diocese of Leitmeritz Diocese of Limburg Diocese of Linz Lithuania Lübeck Diocese of Lublin Lucerne Mainz Mecklenburg Mehrerau Meissen Metz Diocese
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  • are designated in EB1911 by the initials "R. P." Geschichte Englands “Lübeck,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 (in part) Works by
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Lübeck 85188The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Lübeck Lübeck (lü′bĕk), a state of and free city in
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 9 Lübeck by Joseph Lins 103377Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 9 LübeckJoseph Lins Lübeck, a free imperial state and
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  • by George Grove Lübeck, Charles by J. A. Fuller-Maitland 1590068A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Lübeck, Charles1900 LÜBECK, Charles H., conductor
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  • The Encyclopedia Americana Lübeck 1161090The Encyclopedia Americana — Lübeck LÜBECK, Germany, one of the three free city-states (see Free Cities)
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  • looked to Lübeck as their head. In 1293 the Saxon and Wendish merchants at Rostock decided that all appeals from Novgorod be taken to Lübeck instead of
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  • three bishoprics of Lübeck, Ratzeburg and Schwerin, which hitherto had been fief of the Reich, now passed under Danish suzerainty. Lübeck was a peculiarly
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  • Christian Augustus (1673–1726), duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp, bishop of Lübeck, and administrator, during the war of 1700–1721, of the duchies of Holstein-Gottorp
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  • WULLENWEBER, JÜRGEN (c. 1492-1537), burgomaster of Lübeck, was born probably at Hamburg. Settling in Lübeck as a merchant he took some part in the risings
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  • Reuss-Schleiz 175 21. Schaumburg-Lippe 176 22. Reuss-Greiz 177 23. Hamburg 178 24. Lübeck 182 25. Bremen 183 Trade and Commerce:— The Zollverein 186 Weights and
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  • In April 1668 he obtained the post of organist at the Marien-Kirche of Lübeck—one of the best and most lucrative in Germany—where his admirable playing
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  • endeavored to exclude the men of Lübeck from trading in England. Possibly this opposition was influential in causing Lübeck to seek allies to strengthen its
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  • the town acquired "Lübeck rights," i.e. the full autonomy conceded by the charter of the emperor Frederick II. in 1226 (see Lübeck), and it was early
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  • painter, the reviver of “Christian art” in the 19th century, was born in Lübeck on the 4th of July 1789. His ancestors for three generations had been Protestant
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  • 939 Bavaria 941 Bremen 945 Brunswick 946 Hamburg 946 Hesse 947 Lippe 949 Lübeck 949 Mecklenburg-Schwerin 950 Mecklenburg-Strelitz 951 Oldenburg 951 Prussia
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  • Edward VI., they were deprived of their privileges. Though Hamburg and Lübeck sent ambassadors to intercede for them, they were not reinstated in their
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  • Lourdes University of Louvain Love (Theological Virtue) Low Church Low Sunday Lübeck Diocese of Lublin Giovanni Battista de Luca Frederick Lucas Archdiocese
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  • composer, Johann Adolf Hasse. It was held jointly by Lübeck and Hamburg till 1867, when Lübeck assigned its rights to Hamburg on payment of 200,000 thalers
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