The cunning Bishop Sidonius of merseburg made these contentions a desirable excuse for breaking up the conference.
Thietmar of merseburg mentions the sacrificial festival which was held every ninth year at midwinter at Leire, etc.
A watchman of this kind was appointed at merseburg and Leisnig so early as the year 1400.
Gustavus set out next day for merseburg, leaving the Elector to recover Leipzig.
Henry the Fowler is victorious over the Hungarians at merseburg.
Duke George, the bishop of merseburg, and the theologians of Leipsic were labouring underhand at this work.
The Lejre sanctuary was still in existence in the time of Thietmar of merseburg (i. 9), at the beginning of the 11th century.
At merseburg, a large Hungarian force opposed the advancing multitude, who attacked that city with fury.
Thus Quedlinburg, merseburg, Meissen and other towns soon arose within the fortified limits.
In the ninth century, numbers of them dwelt in the towns of Magdeburg, merseburg, and Ratisbon.