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The German Region


Learned institutions in the German Region where natural law was (or may have been) taught. The institutions, mainly universities, are listed alphabetically and with foundation year and year of closure - if closed - in brackets.



Universities in the German Region
 

Altdorf University (1622/23 - 1809)

Bamberg University (1648 - )

Berlin University (1811 - )

Bonn University (1777 - 1798)

Bützow University (1760 - )

Cologne University (1388 - 1798)

Dillingen University (1553 - )

Duisburg University (1654 - 1804)

Erfurt University (1379 - 1804)

Erlangen University (1742/43 - )

Frankfurt (Oder) University (1498 - 1811)  

Freiburg im Breisgau University (1457 - )

Fulda University (1732/34 - 1803)

Giessen University (1607 - )

Göttingen University (1733/37 - )

Greifswald University (1456 - )

Halle University (1694 - )

Heidelberg University (1385 - )

Helmstedt University (1574 - )

Ingolstadt University (1459 - )

Jena University (1557/8 - )

Kassel University (1633 - 1653)

Kiel University (1665 - )

Leipzig University (1409 - )

Landshut University (1800 - 1826)

Mainz University (1476 - 1793)

Marburg University (1527 - )

Münster-Westfalen University (1622/9 - )

Osnabrück University (1629/32 - 1633)

Paderborn University (1614/16 - 1818)

Rinteln University (1620 - )

Rostock University (1419 - )

Stuttgart University (1781 - 1794)

Trier University (1454 - 1798)

Tübingen University (1476 - )

Wittenberg University (1502 - )

Würzburg University (1402 - )




Other Learned Institution in the German Region
 

Christianeum, Altona (1738 - )

Gymnasium Carolinum Illustre, Ansbach (1717 - )

Academia Fridericiana, Bayreuth (1742-1743)

Gymnasium Christian-Ernestinum, Bayreuth (1664 - )

Collège Francais, Berlin (1689 - )

Gymnsaium Illustre, Bremen (1610 - )

Casimirianum, Coburg (1605 - )

Akademisches Gymnasium, Duisburg (1559 - )

Martin-Luther-Gymnasium, Eisenbach (1707 - )

Gymnasium Fridericianum, Erlangen (1745 - )

Gymnasium Academicum, Freiburg (1620 - )

Gymnasium Ernestinum, Gotha (1524 - )

Akademisches Gymnasium, Hamburg (1613 - )

Gymnasium Hammonense, Hamm (1657 - )

Hohe Landesschule, Hanau (1607 - )

Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium, Heilbronn (1720 - )

Gymnasium Georgianum, Hildburghausen (1714-1729)

Markgrafen-Gymnasium, Durlach/Karlsruhe (1586 - )

Academia Nassauensis, Herborn (1584 - )

Alte Landesschule, Korbach (1579 - )

Gymnasium Georgianum, Lingen (1680 - )

Akademisches Gymnasium, Linz (1542 - )

Michaelisschule, Lüneburg (1660 - )

Gymnasium Philippinum, Marburg (1527 - )

Pädagogium Casimirianum, Neustadt (1578 - )

Gymnasium Gleichense, Ohrdruf (1623 - )

Jesuitenkolleg, Passau (1611 - )

Gymnasium Illustre, Schwäbisch Hall (1655 - )

Ratsgymnasium, Stadthagen (1610 - )

Gymnasium Arnoldinum, Steinfurt (1588 - )

Eberhard-Ludwigs-Gymnasium, Stuttgart (1686 - )

Hohe Schule, Ummendorf (1623 - 1632)

Gymnasium illustre Augusteu, Weißenfels (1664 - 1794)

Anhaltische Landesuniversität (Francisceum), Zerbst (1582 - )

, Last Update:  23.02.2021