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Marburg:

see MariborMaribor
, Ger. Marburg, city (1991 pop. 103,961), in Slovenia, on the Drava River. It is a heavy industrial center with chemical, engineering, and electrical industries. Known as early as the 12th cent.
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, Slovenia.

Marburg

1. a city in W central Germany, in Hesse: famous for the religious debate between Luther and Zwingli in 1529; Europe's first Protestant university (1527). Pop.: 78 511 (2003 est.)
2. the German name for Maribor
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Professor of Latin at the University of Erfurt 1517-26; taught at Egidien-Gymnasium, founded by Melanchthon, in Nuremberg 1526-32; professor of classical studies at University of Erfurt 1533-36; professor of poetry and oratory at University of Marburg 1536-40; university rector in 1538.
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