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...Walton, Brian Selden, John Laud, William Brian Walton was born in the district of Cleveland, Yorkshire and died in London on 29 November 1661. He matriculated at Magdalene College, Cambridge in 1614, migrating to Peterhouse in 1619. Walton...
...Gomarus, Franciscus Born François Gomaer in the Walloon-Flemish borderland in Bruges on 30 January 1563, Gomarus and his family became religious refugees after embracing the Reformed religion. He was educated at Strasbourg under...
...Antwerp Bocholt Cornelius a Lapide Douai Leipzig Limbourg Louvain Lyons Nagyszombat/Tyrnau Trnava Cornelius a Lapide (Cornelis Cornelissen van den Steen, or Corneille de la Pierre), a Jesuit exegete, was born in Bocholt in 1567...
...D’Aquin, a French philologist, was born in 1578 in either Carpentras or Avignon into the Jewish religion under the name Mardochée Cresque, and died in Paris in 1650. After being banished from the synagogue at Avignon, due to his penchant...
...Isaac Lapeyrère, the eldest of nine children, was born in Bordeaux in 1596 into a Calvinist family. Certain authors, considering the central role he gave to the Jewish people in several of his writings, presumed he was of Jewish ancestry...
...Samuel Bochart was born in Rouen in 1599 and belonged to an ancient family closely associated with the legal professions. His great-grandfather had been a member of the Paris Parliament. His father was a Protestant minister. He...
...Lightfoot, John John Lightfoot was born in Stoke on Trent in March 1602 and died in Ely on 6 December 1675 after having caught a heavy cold journeying there from Cambridge. He was buried in Much Munden. Lightfoot was educated by Mr...
...Cocceius (Coccejus), Johannes Johannes Cocceius (Johann Cock) was born on 9 August 1603 in Bremen as the son of Timman Cock, city secretary and judicial adviser to the guild at Bremen, and Elisabeth Bake. He studied philology, theology...
...Israel, Menasseh ben Mennasseh ben Israel was born in Lisbon or in La Rochelle to a family of Portuguese New Christians of Jewish origin. His original name was Manoel Dias Soeiro. The Portuguese Inquisition condemned his father...
...Claude Lancelot was born in Paris in the early months of 1616 and died in the Sainte-Croix monastery in Quimperlé on 15 April 1695. He was known as a teacher, grammarian, chronologist and memorialist. He published, usually anonymously...