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Johann Albert Fabricius, 18th century scholar and bibliographer.
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Back All books 15th Century 16th Century 17th Century 18th Century 19th Century 20th Century This copy was subsequently held in the library of the classical scholar and bibliographer Gottlieb Christoph Harless. twelve-volume edition of the Bibliotheca Graeca of Johann Albert Fabricius, which appeared in Brand: PRPH Books. Issue 18 of The London Library Magazine. Left to right Some of the most decorative books in the section are auction catalogues, such as this for the sale of the Diaghilev-Lifar Library in Monte.
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Johann Albert Fabricius, Eighteenth-century Scholar And Bibliographer [Mathilde Verner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Mathilde Verner. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Johann Albert Fabricius, (born Nov.
11,Leipzig—died Ap ), German classical scholar and the greatest of 18th-century bibliographers. Inafter two years at the University of Leipzig, Fabricius 18th century scholar and bibliographer. book as master of philosophy and 18th century scholar and bibliographer.
book anonymously his Decas decadum, Sive plagiariorum et pseudonymo rum centuria, a survey of writers accused of. Biography. Fabricius was born at Leipzig, son of Werner Fabricius, director of music in the church of St.
Paul at Leipzig, who was the author of several works, the most important being Deliciae Harmonicae (). The son received his early education from his father, who on his deathbed recommended him to the care of the theologian Valentin Alberti.
He studied under theology; and having gone. Johann Albert Fabricius, eighteenth century scholar and bibliographer. [Mathilde Verner] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
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11,Leipzig--died Ap ), German classical scholar and the greatest of 18th-century bibliographers. Inafter two years at the University of Leipzig, Fabricius graduated as master of philosophy and published anonymously his Decas decadum, Sive plagiariorum et pseudonymorum centuria, a survey of writers accused of plagiarism or.
[Deutsch] Johann Albert Fabricius (* in Leipzig; † in Hamburg) war ein deutscher klassischer Philologe und Bibliograph. [English] Johann Albert Fabricius (b. at Leipzig; d. at Hamburg) was a German classical scholar and bibliographer.
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In the biography of the German classical scholar and bibliographer Johann Albert Fabricius (–) published by Hermann Samuel Reimarus (–), a professor from Hamburg, a letter written to Fabricius is included in which Weidenfelder transcribed the inscriptions of twelve stone slabs.
38 According to the letter the inscriptions Author: Julia Papp. A Grammar for learning the principles of the Malabar language (English linguistics, ; a collection of facsimile reprints) by Fabricius, Johann Philipp and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A Polymath in the flesh was the German classical scholar and bibliographer Johann Albert Fabricius,a man 'von staunenswerthem Fleiss und unermesslicher Belesenheit' (Bursian p.
He was a celebrated bibliographer, and among the foremost among the German classical scholars. Johann Albert Fabricius was a German classical scholar and bibliographer. Fabricius was born at Leipzig, son of Werner Fabricius, director of music in the church of St.
Paul at Leipzig, the author of several works, the most important being Deliciae Harmonicae; the son received his early education from his father, who on his deathbed recommended him to the care of the theologian Valentin Alberti.
Johann Fabricius has written: 'Historia bibliothecae Fabriciana' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Theology, World history 'Historia bibliothecae Fabricianae' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Rare books. Herm. Sam. Reimari De vita et scriptis Joannis Alberti Fabricii commentarius by Hermann Samuel Reimarus (Book); Johann Albert Fabricius: en humanist i Europa by Erik Petersen (Book); Herm.
Sam. Reimari P.P. De vita et scriptis Joannis Alberti Fabricii commentarius: accedunt argumenta historico-critica ex epistolis viror. claror. ad Fabricium præterea pl.
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The latter translated the Book of Enoch into English at the end of the 19th century. The Synodicon Vetus is also the only ancient source that asserts the canonical books of the Bible were decided at the First Council of Nicaea. French Enlightenment writer Voltaire popularized the idea in the 18th century, and Christian radical Robert Taylor revived it in the 19th, but all instances of this assertion seem to trace back to the.
Johann Albert Fabricius Johann Albert Fabricius, German classical scholar and the greatest of 18th-century bibliographers. Inafter two years at the University of Leipzig, Fabricius graduated as master of philosophy and published anonymously his Decas decadum, Sive plagiariorum et pseudonymorum centuria, a survey of.
Encyclopedia of living Divines and Christian Workers von Rev. Philip Schaff und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf | | | |Millennium|: | | |2nd millennium| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.Johann Albert Fabricius () was a German scholar, and a specialist in Second Temple Studies and OT Pseudepigrapha Studies in particular.
Classical Scholar and bibliographer, Johann Albert Fabricius, professor at Heidelberg, devoted his research to the collection of Hebrew, Greek, Latin and Christian antiquities.