Marburg

Marburg, quaint university town of Hesse-Nassau, on the Lahn, 40 m. NE. of Limburg; has many old buildings; its Gothic church contains St. Elizabeth's tomb; Luther and Zwingli held a conference in the castle, 1529; William Tyndale and Patrick Hamilton were students at its university, which has now 97 teachers, 1000 students, and a fine library.

Population (circa 1900) given as 13,000.

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

Marathon * Marceau
Manu, Code of
Manzoni, Alessandro
Maoris
Mar
Marabouts
Maracaybo
Maranatha
Marañon
Marat, Jean Paul
Marathon
Marburg
Marceau
Marcello, Benedetto
Marcellus, Claudius
Marcellus, Marcus
Marcet, Mrs. Jane
March
Marchand, Major
Marcion
Marcus Aurelius
Maremma

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