Heidelberg

Heidelberg, a celebrated German city, in Baden, situated amid beautiful surroundings, on the Neckar, 13 m. SE. of Mannheim; has many interesting buildings, including ruins of a splendid 13th-century castle, but is chiefly celebrated for its flourishing university (student roll, 800; professors, 100; library, 500,000), whose professoriate has included many of the most distinguished German scholars; it was long the centre of Calvinism; its chief trade is in books, tobacco, wine, and beer.

Population (circa 1900) given as 35,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Hedonism
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Heeren, Ludwig
Hefele, Karl Joseph von
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
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Hege`sias
Hegesippus
Heidelberg
Heijn
Heilbronn
Heilsbronn
Heine, Heinrich
Heineccius, Johann Gottlieb
Heinsius, Anthony
Heir Apparent
Heir Presumptive
Hejaz, El
Hejira

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