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Matriculation and history of the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald

Rubenowplatz_Greifswald

The University of Greifswald was on 17. October 1456 with papal approval by Duke Wartislaw IX. of Pomerania-Wolgast inaugurated. 1437: Because inner-city riots left some professors 1419 University was founded there in the city of Rostock and Greifswald teach temporarily in (to 1443)



Monumenta Livoniae Antiquae

Livoniae

Monumenta Livoniae Antiquae : Collection of chronicles, Report, Documents and other written memorials and essays, which to explain the history of Liv-, Ehst- and Kurland's serve.



Deed book on the history of the town of Neustadt an der Donau

The two crenellated towers symbolize the fortified city and the status of the community. The Rautenschildchen refers to the town founder, Duke Ludwig II. (City status 1273) and the Wittelsbach rule city. A New Town Seal is the first time 1309 mentioned. Figuratively, it has been handed down in impressions 1334 with two square, down with a bar attached crenellated towers, between which hangs the sign of the Wittelsbach. That the oldest seal, the name of “Saeligenstadt” bear, be in their late emergence 13. Century close, because later it was the common name of New Town.



Neindorf and the family of Löhneysen, as well as some old news about the Fährmühle

Wolfenbüttel is located south of the village Neindorf. At the earliest times it was called Nienthorpe, later Neyentorpe, Neuendorff, Newendorff, etc.. The time of its formation is probably very far back, at least in the pre-Christian era. The first historical information is from the year 826. At this time gives a count Thuring his goods to the monastery “Corvey”. In 1281 gives Duke Henry the monastery Marienburg on the Advokatie Niendorpe and other localities, who had previously owned a fief of the Counts of Blankenburg and Messrs. von Alvensleben.



Chronicle of the city and the principality of Blankenburg, the County of Regenstein and monasteries, and Michael Stone Walkenried

From the contents: The original inhabitants of this region, The Hermann Battle, Traces of Doringer, Counts of Regenstein, Description Harzgau, Duke Henry of Saxony, Count Hans von Blankenburg, Death of the Emperor Henry III., the cabins- and mining in Harzgau, genealogical table of the counts of Blankenburg. History of the Count of Regenstein and Albert Dietrich of Wernigerode, the century of raids, Genealogy of the Earls of Reinstein, and the peasant wars in the resin.