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Housing Units (2000): 1264
Land area (2000): 5.375160 sq. miles (13.921599 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 5.375160 sq. miles (13.921599 sq. km)
FIPS code: 38285
Located within: Louisiana (LA), FIPS 22
Location: 31.689993 N, 92.124781 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 71342
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Jena is a German university town and the second largest city in Thuringia. Together with the nearby cities of Erfurt and Weimar, it forms the central metropolitan area of Thuringia with approximately 500,000 inhabitants, while the city itself has a population of nearly 110,000. Jena is a centre of education and research; the Friedrich Schiller University was founded in 1558 and has 21,000 students today and the Ernst-Abbe-Fachhochschule Jena counts another 5,000 students. Furthermore, there are many institutes of the leading German research societies.
Jena was first mentioned in 1182 and stayed a small town until the 19th century, when industry developed. For most of the 20th century, Jena was a world centre of the optical industry around companies like Carl Zeiss, Schott and Jenoptik (since 1990). As one of only a few medium-sized cities in Germany, it has some high-rise buildings in the city centre, like the Jen Tower. These also have their origin in the former Carl Zeiss factory. Between 1790 and 1850, Jena was a focal point of the German Vormärz as well as of the student liberal and unification movement and German Romanticism. Notable persons of this period in Jena were Friedrich Schiller, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Novalis and August Wilhelm Schlegel.
The city's economy is based on the high-technology industry and research. The optical and precision industry is the leading branch to date, while software engineering, other digital businesses and biotechnology are of growing importance. Furthermore, Jena is also a service hub for the surrounding regions.
Jena lies in a hilly landscape in the east of Thuringia, within the wide valley of the Saale river.
Apache Jena is an open source Semantic Web framework for Java. It provides an API to extract data from and write to RDF graphs. The graphs are represented as an abstract "model". A model can be sourced with data from files, databases, URLs or a combination of these. A Model can also be queried through SPARQL 1.1.
Jena is similar to Sesame; though, unlike Sesame, Jena provides support for OWL ( Web Ontology Language). The framework has various internal reasoners and the Pellet reasoner (an open source Java OWL-DL reasoner) can be set up to work in Jena.
Jena supports serialisation of RDF graphs to:
- a relational database
- Notation 3
Jena is a German city.
Jena may also refer to:Places
- Jena, the second largest city in Thuringia, Germany
- University of Jena, Germany
- Jena Observatory, Germany
- Jena, Alabama, an unincorporated community
- Jena, Florida, an unincorporated community
- Jena, Louisiana, a town in the United States; named for its German namesake
- Jena (Oxford, Maryland), a home on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places
- Jena, Bokaro, a town in Jharkhand, India
- Jena, a village in Gavojdia Commune, Timiş County, Romania
- 526 Jena, an asteroid
- Jena (given name), a list of people with this name
- Jena (surname), a list of people so named
- Jena Band of Choctaw Indians
- Jena (framework), a Semantic Web framework
- Jena Symphony, a musical composition once attributed to Beethoven
Jena is a historic home in Oxford, Talbot County, Maryland. It is a -story brick structure with 19th- and 20th-century additions. It is faced in Flemish bond and distinguished by its first-story 9/6 windows with unusual canted and paneled reveals.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
Jena is a female given name of Arabic origin, meaning small bird.
Jena is the surname of:
- Bijaya Jena, Indian actress, film director and producer
- Bhanu Pratap Jena (born 1955), American cell biologist
- Mohan Jena (born 1957), Indian politician
- Srikant Kumar Jena (born 1950), Indian politician
Usage examples of "jena".
University of Jena, took to social Darwinism as if it were second nature.
The redoubtable Frau Mittelhausen was complaining bitterly about dealing with a few young apprentices at HDG Enterprizes back in Jena.
I am Phillip Theophrastus Gribbleflotz, an alchemist at HDG Enterprizes in Jena, and I would like to invite you to join me in sampling the delicacies my hotel prepared.
The new universities founded by the Protestants were: Marburg 1527, Koenigsberg 1544, Jena 1548 and again 1558, Helmstadt 1575, Altdorf 1578, Paderborn 1584.
Here, for the last century-and-a-half, I have directed my operatives in the slow elaboration of my grand strategy, first conceived aboard the Bellerophon, whereof the time has now arrived to commence the execution: a project beside which Jena, Austerlitz, Vim, Marengo, the 18th Brumaire, even the original Revolution, are as our ancient 18-Pounders to an H-bomb, or my old field-glass to the Mount Palomar reflector: I mean the New, the Second Revolution, an utterly novel revolution.
At Marengo, I received two sabre-blows on the back of my neck, a bullet in the right arm at Austerlitz, another in the left hip at Jena.
This was the case at Lodi, Marengo, Arcole, Jena, Austerlitz, Wagram, and so on, and so on.
When, on the 26th of March, the news of Kotzebue's assassination came from Mannheim to Jena, the academic senate caused Sand's room to be opened, and found two letters--one addressed to his friends of the Burschenschaft, in which he declared that he no longer belonged to their society, since he did not wish that their brotherhood should include a man about to die an the scaffold.
He'd been there on Committees of Correspondence business as usual and had only been able to spend one night in Ruppersdorf before returning to Jena and his classes.
At Jena, in the college of law, there was a lot of talk about civil rights, and the concept of equality before the law, but also quite a bit about the up-timer business law and practices.
He furnished Errol with a copy of the Shorter Catechism in English (he had forethoughtfully had a hundred of them printed in Jena, from a copy borrowed from Gary Lambert).
The wheel locks were normally a hot commodity, and Hermann had felt fortunate to have just one, prior to Jena.
South of Jena, in the suburb of Stadtroda, when he was driving between the huge and hideous apartment blocks of the housing estate, a Trabant came bucketing out of a side road.
We were in Jena and Leota here picked up a flyer advertising seminars on the 'Philosophy of the Essence of Lightning.
I got two sabre slashes in my neck at Marengo, a ball in my right arm at Austerlitz, another in my left hip at Jena, at Friedland a bayonet thrust—there,—at Moscow seven or eight lance thrusts, no matter where, at Lutzen a shell burst which crushed my finger—Ah!