Ingolstadt

Ingolstadt, a Bavarian town and fortress on the Danube, 50 m. N. of Münich, has many ancient associations; once the seat of a university; its manufactures now are beer, cannon, gunpowder; salt is mined in the vicinity.

Population (circa 1900) given as 16,000.

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

Ingoldsby, Thomas * Ingraham, Joseph Holt
Infralapsarians
Infusoria
Ingelow, Jean
Ingemann, Bernhard Severin
Ingleby, Clement Mansfield
Inglesant, John
Inglis, Sir James
Inglis, Sir John
Inglis, Sir Robert Harry
Ingoldsby, Thomas
Ingolstadt
Ingraham, Joseph Holt
Ingres, Jean Dominique Auguste
Ingulph
Inkermann
Inner Temple
Innes, Cosmo
Innes, Thomas (Father Innes)
Innisfail
Innocent
Innocent III.

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Abucaras, Theodore
Adlzreiter, John
Anastasius
Apian, Peter
Aventin, John
Besold, Christopher
Cabasilas, Nicholas
Canisius, Henry
Cantacuzenus, John
Curtius, Cornelius
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