The University of Altdorf (German: Universität Altdorf) was a university in Altdorf bei Nürnberg, a small town outside Nuremberg. It was founded in 1578 and received university privileges in 1622 and was closed in 1809 by Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria. Notable instructors include Hugues Doneau, Scipione Gentili, and Daniel Schwenter.

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  • Die Universität Altdorf, auch Altdorfina oder Academia norica, war die Hochschule der Reichsstadt Nürnberg in Altdorf bei Nürnberg, die 1575 als Akademie eingeweiht und 1622 zur Universität erhoben wurde. 1809 wurde sie vom bayerischen König Maximilian I. aufgelöst. (de)
  • The University of Altdorf (German: Universität Altdorf) was a university in Altdorf bei Nürnberg, a small town outside Nuremberg. It was founded in 1578 and received university privileges in 1622 and was closed in 1809 by Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria. Notable instructors include Hugues Doneau, Scipione Gentili, and Daniel Schwenter. Notable students include later imperial field marshals Albrecht von Wallenstein (1583–1634) and Gottfried Heinrich zu Pappenheim (1594–1632); the polymath Johann Schreck (1576–1630); the composers Wolfgang Carl Briegel (1626–1712) and Johann Pachelbel (1653–1706); and the theologian David Caspari (1648–1702). The polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646–1716), perhaps most famous for co-discovering calculus, received his Ph.D. from the University of Altdorf for his habilitation thesis in philosophy, On the Art of Combinations. However, he only submitted this thesis to Altdorf after the University of Leipzig did not guarantee him a position teaching law upon graduation. In the period 1614–1617 Altdorf was briefly the centre of Socinianism in Germany. Encouraged by the connections of German Antitrinitarians to the Racovian Academy in Poland, German and Polish Socinians attempted to establish in Altdorf a similar Academy. Among the notable Socinian students was the 26-year-old Samuel Przypkowski. He was admitted as student on March 22, 1614, three weeks after Thomas Seget, but was expelled from Altdorf in 1616 "Crypto-Socinianism" was widely suspected among the student body. In January 1617 the syndicus Jacob Weigel brought two students Joachim Peuschel and Johann Vogel back to Altdorf and the college made them give a public recantation. This recantation was answered by Valentin Schmalz, one the German professors of the Academy in Poland. (en)
  • A Universidade de Altdorf (em alemão: Universität Altdorf) foi fundada em 29 de Junho de 1575, recebendo privilégios de universidade em 3 de Outubro de 1622, e fechada em 24 de Setembro de 1809 por Maximiliano I José da Baviera. Em maio de 1526, com a participação de inúmeros humanistas e reformadores de renome, incluindo Philipp Melanchthon e Martinho Lutero, foi fundado o Ginásio de Santo Egídio, em Nuremberg, onde Joachim Camerarius seria, mais tarde, seu reitor em 1565. Em 30 de Setembro de 1571 uma pedra foi colocada, dando início à construção do prédio da faculdade, financiado por ricos patrícios da cidade. Depois de quatro anos, a inauguração foi comemorada em 29 de junho de 1575. Durante o período de 1614-1617 Altdorf se tornou centro do Socinianismo na Alemanha. Estimulados pelas conexões de unitarianos alemães com a Academia Racoviana na Polônia, socinianos alemães e poloness tentaram estabelecer em Altdorf uma academia similar. Dentre os estudantes socinianos famosos encontrava-se o teólogo polonês Samuel Przypkowski (1592-1670). Ele se matriculou como aluno em 22 de Março de 1614, três semanas depois do poeta escocês Thomas Seget (1569-1627), mas foi expulso de Altdorf em 1616. Havia amplas suspeitas de crypto-socinianismo dentro do quadro estudantil. Em janeiro de 1617, o síndico Jacob Weigel trouxe de volta dois estudantes para Altdorf: Joachim Peuschel e Johann Vogel, e o colégio os obrigou a fazerem uma abjuração pública. Esta abjuração foi contestada por Valentinus Smalcius (1572-1622), um dos professores alemães da Academia de Raków, na Polônia. (pt)
  • Альтдорфский университет (нем. Universität Altdorf или Altdorfina) — университет в Альтдорф-Нюрнберге, в маленьком городке около Нюрнберга. Основан в 1575 или 1578 году, получил университетский статус и привилегии в 1622 году. В 1809 году университет был закрыт королём Баварии Максимилианом І. В Альтдорф-Нюрнберге в честь Университета и обучающихся там студентов проводят игры Wallensteinfestspiele. В этих играх проводят участия до 600 местных жителей. Рядом с историческим зданием Университета расположен университетский музей. (ru)
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  • Die Universität Altdorf, auch Altdorfina oder Academia norica, war die Hochschule der Reichsstadt Nürnberg in Altdorf bei Nürnberg, die 1575 als Akademie eingeweiht und 1622 zur Universität erhoben wurde. 1809 wurde sie vom bayerischen König Maximilian I. aufgelöst. (de)
  • Альтдорфский университет (нем. Universität Altdorf или Altdorfina) — университет в Альтдорф-Нюрнберге, в маленьком городке около Нюрнберга. Основан в 1575 или 1578 году, получил университетский статус и привилегии в 1622 году. В 1809 году университет был закрыт королём Баварии Максимилианом І. В Альтдорф-Нюрнберге в честь Университета и обучающихся там студентов проводят игры Wallensteinfestspiele. В этих играх проводят участия до 600 местных жителей. Рядом с историческим зданием Университета расположен университетский музей. (ru)
  • The University of Altdorf (German: Universität Altdorf) was a university in Altdorf bei Nürnberg, a small town outside Nuremberg. It was founded in 1578 and received university privileges in 1622 and was closed in 1809 by Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria. Notable instructors include Hugues Doneau, Scipione Gentili, and Daniel Schwenter. (en)
  • A Universidade de Altdorf (em alemão: Universität Altdorf) foi fundada em 29 de Junho de 1575, recebendo privilégios de universidade em 3 de Outubro de 1622, e fechada em 24 de Setembro de 1809 por Maximiliano I José da Baviera. (pt)
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  • University of Altdorf (en)
  • Universität Altdorf (de)
  • Альтдорфский университет (ru)
  • Universidade de Altdorf (pt)
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