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Alzey is a Verband-free town – one belonging to no Verbandsgemeinde – in the Alzey-Worms district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is the fourth-largest town in Rhenish Hesse, after Mainz, Worms, and Bingen.

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Google previewThe British martial register (1806)

comprehending a complete chronological history of all the most celebrated land battles, by which the English standard has been distinguished if the field of Mars, from the earliest to the present time ... collected and regularly digested from official papers in the possession of the British government ; with interesting anecdotes and biographical memoirs of popular military officers, who have distinguished themselves both at home and abroad ... by Roger MacDonald

Alzey is a town, situated near Worms. It has a citadel, but its walls were destroyed , and the town set fire toby the French in 1692, BATTLE. BATTLE OF FRANKENTHAL. Marshal Clairfayt matched on the 1 Hh 276 MARTIAL REGISTER.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Jewish Life Before and During the Holocaust: Seredina-Buda-Z (2001)

by Shmuel Spector, Geoffrey Wigoder

WUERZBURG Adler, Samuel see ALZEY Adler, Yoav see HUNUSOVCE Adorno, Theodor see FRANKFURT AM MAIN Agnon (Chachkes), Shemuel Yosef see BERLIN. BUCZACZ Ahad Ha-Am (Asher Ginsberg) see ODESSA. SKVIRA Aharon ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1889)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People, with Maps and Numerous Wood Engravings

ALZEY, a walled-town of Hesse- Darmstadt, on the Salzbach. 19 miles from Mainz. Has a trade chiefly in leather. Pop. 5,250. 27 AMADEUS, PRINCE, AMADEO FERDINANDO MARIA, DUKE OF ...

Google previewThe Hutchinson Dictionary of Ancient and Medieval Warfare (2016)

by Peter Connolly, John Gillingham, John Lazenby

Alzey fort Roman fort to the southwest of presentday Frankfurt, Germany, built to bolster the defences of the Rhine. The date for its construction is not secure; it dates either to the building programme of the emperor Julian (ruled AD 360–63) or ...

Google previewDictionary Catalog of the G. Robert Vincent Voice Library at Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan (1790)

by Vincent (G. Robert) Voice Library

Aus Alzey, Kreutzenach und Gimmel« erzöijk mat, sehr >,el von den Beamten. Dem mag sep» wie ihm trolle, so ist gewiß , daß in der Pfalz eine nebliche ieamliHe Revolution sich erhebe. Strasburg vom lFten dieses. Sle fragen, wie es bei uns ...

Google previewThe Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Philosophers in America (2016)

From 1600 to the Present by John R. Shook

Felix Adler was born on 13 August 1851 in Alzey, Germany, the son of Rabbi Samuel and Henrietta Adler. In 1857 the ...

Google previewLamb's Biographical Dictionary of the United States (1900)

by John Howard Brown

ADLER, Felix, author, was born in Alzey, Germany, Aug. 13, 1851, the son of Samuel Adler. a prominent Hebrew rabbi.

Google previewThe Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites (2017)

by Richard Stillwell

ALTLAIENSIUM (Alzey) Rhineland Palatinate, Germany. Map 20. The Roman name of the vicus appears in inscriptions. Remains of a large castellum built between 357 and 370 have been preserved. Many altars and reliefs of Herakles, ...

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