Eisleben


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Eisleben

(īs`lābən), city (1994 pop. 24,350), Saxony-Anhalt, E Germany, at the foot of the Harz Mts. It is an industrial city and has been a copper-mining center since the 14th cent. Manufactures include textiles, clothing, machinery, and furniture. The city also has significant seed nurseries. Eisleben was first mentioned c.1000 as a market settlement. It passed to Prussia in 1815. In Eisleben are the house in which Luther was born (1483), the church where he was baptized, and the house in which he died (1546).

Eisleben

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, in Halle District. Population, 295,000 (1975). Crude copper is produced at the site of the Mansfeld copper-ore deposit.

References in periodicals archive ?
1483: Martin Luther, German religious reformer, was born in Eisleben.
Unesco-registered Eisleben is where Luther was born - and died.
Armwrestlers Mirko Oehmichen, left, and Yunis Mirza in action at the German national armwrestling championships in the Glueck-Auf sports hall in Eisleben, German.
Travelers will find information on the historic towns of Dresden, Eisleben, Erfurt, Gotha, Leipzig, Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Weimar, and Worms.
9) Cities having Protestant-Catholic circles included Bielefeld, Berlin, Mainz, Frankfurt, Kassel, Hannover, Hamm, Leipzig, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Jena, Krefeld, Naumburg, Erfurt, Bornstedt, Sangershausen, Eisleben, Paderborn, Passau, Bamberg, Alpirsbach, Niederalteich, Metten, Beuron, and Weingarten (see Swidler, Ecumenical Vanguard, p.
In 1546, Martin Luther, leader of the Protestant Reformation in Germany, died in Eisleben.
This is namely the same region where Martin Luther's two home towns (the so-called Lutherstadten) Eisleben and Wittemberg are situated.
In Eisleben, the town where Luther was born and baptized, today seven (
The nearby town of Eisleben is also rapidly shrinking: but it has a different solution: turning the town into a religious tourist center for those interested in seeing Martin Luther's birthplace, as well as the church where he preached his last sermon in 1546.
These were the classical cities of Bamberg, Quedlinburg and Regensburg along with two other towns associated with the Reformation and Martin Luther: Eisleben and Wittenberg.
61) El historiador novohispano informa sobre los datos pertinentes de la vida del reformador: que este nacio en Eisleben, Sajonia, que profeso votos con los eremitas agustinos en Erfurt, que se hizo doctor en teologia y enseno en Wittenberg, que se opuso a Juan Tetzel, de la orden de predicadores, en lo to cante a las indulgencias, y elaboro 95 tesis.
un analista oficial en Eisleben y, posteriormente, director de una mina y fundicion de hierro en Czech; introdujo la colorimetria como tecnica de trabajo buscando un metodo para analizar un componente de estos productos.