The University of Vienna and its scholars 1520 to 1565By admin | February 17th, 2010 | Category: Digital Library, Cultural History | Comments Off
The history of Vienna University begins in the Age of Reformation, it expires after the death of Maximilian I. By Ferdinand's reform legislation it becomes a state institution. The consequences for the university status by Emperor Maximilian II. be accurately described.
Of course, every university has a scholarly history with biographical notes, including the Vienna Johann Faber bishops and Friedrich Nausea, or statesmen Sigmund Herberstein and Augerius Busbeck, the imperial physician Julius Alexandrinus and the imperial court librarian Hugo Blotius.
Author: Joseph Ritter von Aschbach. Published by K. K. Universität in Wien Farnborough, Hants: Gregg, 1967 – digitized by the University- and State Library in Düsseldorf