10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DRACONITES»
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Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the ...
Apart from his work on the polyglot Bible, Draconites is the author of such
pamphlets as Epistel an die Gemeinde in Miltenberg (Augsburg: M. Ramminger
1524); Eine Trostpredigt ... tiber der Leiche Helij Eobani Hessi (Strasbourg: W.
Peter G. Bietenholz, Thomas Brian Deutscher, 2003
Critica Biblica: or, Depository of sacred literature, ...
... Chaldaica, Graca, Latina, Germanica, ac explicatione grammatica lingua et
scrip- tura sancta et indice Christi Salvatoris Mundi. Doctor Johannes Draconites,
Viteberga, excudebat Johannes Crato MDLXIII. It is generally understood that
The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 1122-1251 (1520-1521)
Johannes Draconites, a young canon and lecturer from Erfurt, had brought
Erasmus a message from the rector of the university and other tributes, including
probably a collection of epigrams attacking his bitter critic, Edward Lee,
composed by ...
Desiderius Erasmus, Peter G. Bietenholz, 1988
Orthodoxy and Reform: The Clergy in Seventeenth Century Rostock
Moreover, church discipline up to and including excommunication, as portrayed
in Vom Christlichen Banne, rightfully belonged to the office of ministry 22 The city
council attempted to appoint the professor of theology Johann Draconites as ...
The Enlightenment Bible: Translation, Scholarship, Culture
the “natural son of the beloved Apostle Paul,” a hyperbolic praise mirrored in the
comment of sixteenth-century preacher Johann Draconites that “when he read
Luther's German Bible, he did not know whether Moses or Luther were more ...
Divided Souls: Converts from Judaism in Germany, 1500-1750
Johannes Isaac's converter, Johannes Draconites, had proposed shortly after the
conversion a cooperative effort to en- hance his missionary effectiveness. The
convert would take ''everything that the Rabbis and Talmudists had written of the
The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 842 to 992, 1518 to 1519
871 / To Iohannes Draconites Louvain, 17 October 1518 For the source of this
letter see Ep 870 introduction. Iohannes Draconites (Drach or Trach) of Karlstadt
on the Main (1494-1566) was a canon and professor at Erfurt. Subsequently ...
The Book of Concord: The Confessions of the Evangelical ...
... also sign Nicholas von Amsdorf, of Magdeburg, signed George Spalatin, of
Altenburg, signed I, Andrew Osiander, sign Master Veit Dietrich, of Nuremberg,
signs Stephen Agricola, preacher in Hof, signed with his own hand John
Robert Kolb, Timothy J. Wengert, Charles P. Arand
Johann. Draconites. (1494-1566). Lyman Riley* JOHANN DRACH, or Trach,
began his career as a classicist and philologist but was soon swept up by the
Lutheran movement and spent the rest of his life as a preacher, professor of
Christian Hebraism in the Reformation Era (1500-1660): ...
The Nuremberg city council received a dedication for Johannes Draconites'
polyglot version of Proverbs (Wittenberg, 1564), as well as those for locally
produced books such as Julius Conrad Otto's Grammatica Hebraea (Nuremberg,