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  • Joao Rodriguez Rohault de Fleury Réné François Rohrbacher Sebastian von Rostock Rudolf of Rüdesheim Sarabaites Schwenckfeldians Sect and Sects Marie-Dominique-Auguste
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  • Galla Placidia Marcus Aurelius Probus Romulus Augustulus University of Rostock Septimius Severus University of Upsala Lucius Vitellius University of Würzburg
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  • Volume 13 University of Rostock by Karl Hoeber 106052Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 University of RostockKarl Hoeber Located in Mecklenburg-Schwerin
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  • Volume 13 Sebastian von Rostock by Nicholas Aloysius Weber 106051Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 Sebastian von RostockNicholas Aloysius Weber
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  • first in France, and afterwards at the universities of Rostock and Leipzig. While at Rostock, where he was admitted a ‘docent’ in December 1608, he ‘taught
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  • 1542), professor of Greek at Rostock, published in 1542 an ‘Epitome of Dialectics’ written in Latin for the use of the Rostock students. He also wrote some
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  • Rossi Pellegrino Rossi Gioacchino Antonio Rossini Sebastian von Rostock University of Rostock Sacra Romana Rota Heinrich Roth David Rothe Diocese of Rottenburg
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  • A German zoölogist, born in Eldena and educated at Rostock and Bonn. He was professor at Rostock 1865-73, at Gratz, until 1884, and then at Berlin, where
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  • Mecklenburg-Schwerin, on the Nebel, and on a branch of the Schwerin and Rostock railway, 22 m. S. of Rostock; pop. in 1871, 10,575. It has several churches, among them
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  • scholar and critic, was born at Wittstock in Brandenburg. After studying at Rostock, Greifswald and Helmstedt, and residing about three years in Italy, he
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  • WILBRANDT, ADOLF (1837-       ), German novelist and dramatist, was born at Rostock on the 24th of August 1837, the son of a professor at that university.
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  • concordiae he was unable to retain his office. From 1589 to 1592 he taught at Rostock, after which he went to Heidelberg, where in 1602 he was appointed librarian
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  • his uncle dying a month later, he repaired to Wittenberg, and thence to Rostock, where, in 1566, he lost his nose in a duel, and substituted an artificial
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  • at Trinity College, Dublin, and that of Ph.D. from the university of Rostock, and Lord Cornwallis, the viceroy of Ireland, had knighted him in 1800
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  • when on account of dissensions among the townspeople, the University of Rostock was placed under interdict by the Council of Basle, it was removed to Greifswald
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  • Frederick Mueller, of Rostock, Germany, and Louisa his wife, daughter of George Mertens, of Aschersleben, was born at Rostock in 1825, and was educated
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  • and Berlin. He was appointed professor of civil law at Basel in 1846, at Rostock in 1847, and from 1853 he filled that chair at the University of Jena.
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  • Geschichte des Bisthums Ratzeburg (Rostock, 1832); NEUENDORFF, Die Stiftslander des ehemaligen Bisthums Ratzeburg (Rostock, 1832), with a map of the diocese
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  • country pastor. He was educated at the Rostock gymnasium, and studied (1844-1847) at the universities of Rostock, Leipzig and Berlin. In 1848 he was employed
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  • Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, situated on the Nebel, 22 miles south of Rostock (Map: (Germany, E 2). Its chief public buildings are the thirteenth-century
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