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is a municipality in the district Kyffhäuserkreis, in Thuringia, Germany.
Theodor Alexander Otto Thieme ( 24 January 1857,
- 1 July 1907, Berlin?) was a German entomologist.
The Grand Duchy was part of the Thuringian Toll Union, except for the exclaves Ostheim,
, and Allstedt.
Within the German Empire (1871-1918),
was part of the Grand Duchy of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.
I is an archeological site of the Eemian interglacial period located north of Weimar in the
municipality, Germany. Findings at the site include some of the earliest known engravings on portable objects of bone, ivory and stone, dating back between
Until 1900, agriculture was the most important branch in the economy of the Grand Duchy. A total of 56% of the duchy's territory was used for agriculture, mainly in the districts Weimar and Neustadt and the exclaves Allstedt and
in the Goldene Aue area.
The Thuringian Gate () near Sachsenburg, a district of
, west of Heldrungen in central Germany, is where the gorge of the river Unstrut breaks out of the Thuringian Basin through the Hainleite and Schmücke hills to the north. It is also known as the Sachsenburg Gate.
In 1910, several other towns had grown past the 2,000 inhabitants mark: Ruhla (Weimar part: 3917 v. 1533: +156%), Blankenhain (3405 v. 1689: +102%), Bad Sulza, (3052 v. 1422: +115%), Auma (2978 v. 1701, +75%), Triptis (2948 v. 1480: +99%), Tiefenort (2539 v. 1237: +105%), Bad Berka (2379 v. 1228: +94%), Oberweimar (2095 v. 621: +237%),
(2064 v. 1332: +55) and Mihla (2008 v. 1294: +55%).
This heavily-wooded landscape lies between Bleicherode in Nordhausen district, Sondershausen in Kyffhäuser district, Bad Frankenhausen, Dingelstädt,
, Kindelbrück and Schernberg. It is bordered to the north by the Kyffhäuser Hills () on the other side of the Wipper, to the east – beyond the so-called Thuringian Gate, a gorge carved out by the Unstrut near little "Sachsenburg" – by the Schmücke and the Hohe Schrecke, and to the south and southwest by the Thuringian Basin.
The area around Weimar is relatively fertile and 48% of the municipal surface are used for agricultural production. Most common agricultures are cereals, maize and rapeseed, while famous agricultural products from the Weimar region are potatoes (especially from Heichelheim, to the north) for dishes with Thüringer Klöße (Knödel from potatoes), onions (from Heldrungen and
, to the north), which are sold on the Weimar Onion Market in October, and Saale-Unstrut wine from Bad Sulza, to the north-east.
He had been ordering parties of his force to issue orders to all the German princelings to hand over various cities and towns of strategic significance and to disband their forces, which they were ostensibly raising to maintain their neutrality. As Protestant Germany had been more outraged then cowed by the sack of Magdeburg, in reality these forces were being raised to defend themselves against clear Imperial aggression and maintain their rights as independent princes of their principalities. From his march from Magdeburg, Tilly progressed north towards Hesse–Kassel and seized
and Muhlhausen in June. He also captured Gotha, Eisenach, and Weimar. Erfurt purchased its safety by paying Tilly. Tilly sent embassies to the landgrave of Hesse–Kassel ordering him to disband his forces, 6,000 of which were stationed in strongly placed cities. William refused Tilly' s order and assembled his forces at Kassel.
Beside Weißenfels the duchy comprised the "ämter" of Freyburg, Sachsenburg (present-day
), Sangerhausen, Eckartsberga, Weißensee and Langensalza. Duke Augustus enlarged its territory by several lordships originally held by the Magdeburg archbishops and adjudicated to Saxony by the 1635 Peace of Prague, including the immediate lordship of Querfurt as well as the exclaves of Jüterbog, Dahme and Burg. By Querfurt, the ducal Saxe-Weissenfels line gained the status of an Imperial State (at times called "Saxe-Querfurt") and member of the Upper Saxon Circle, though without a vote in the "Reichstag". In 1659 Augustus also acquired the County of Barby, which upon his death in 1680 was granted to his younger son Heinrich. Augustus eldest son and successor Duke Johann Adolf I sold Burg to Brandenburg in 1687.
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