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...Born the son of a lawyer in Lübeck in 1663, August Hermann Francke grew up in Sachsen-Gotha at the time of Ernst the Pious (1601–75). After attending grammar school in Gotha, he studied theology in Erfurt and Kiel and in 1685 received his...
...Johann Albrecht (Latinized: Albertus) Spies was born in Nuremberg in 1704, the son of a court clerk for the protection of wards, and died in 1766. His study of philosophy at the University of Altdorf, which he had begun in 1722...
...Neeb, Johann Naumann, Christian Nikolaus Mencke, Johann Burkhardt Christian Nikolaus Naumann was born on 6 December 1720 in Bautzen and died in Görlitz on 15 February 1797. The son of a civil servant, he enrolled at the University...
...Ewald Friedrich Baron von Hertzberg, was a Prussian statesman. He served as foreign minister from 1763 to 1791, under Frederick II and Frederick William II. Hertzberg’s foreign policy centred around commitments to Prussia’s centrality...
...Johann Christoph Wöllner was born in Döbernitz near Spandau on 19 May 1732 and died in Gross-Rietz near Beeskow on 10 September 1800. He was the son of a minister. In 1750, he began his theological studies in Halle, where the Enlightenment...
...Wolff, Christian Schlözer, August Ludwig Schlosser, Johann Georg Merck, John Heinrich Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm Kant, Immanuel Jacobi, Friedrich Heinrich Herder, Johann Gottfried Johann Georg Schlosser was born in the free imperial city...
...Karl Renatus Hausen was born in Leipzig in 1740. His father, who had died in 1743, was a professor of mathematics at the University of Leipzig. Between 1752 and 1758, the sponsorship of a wealthy Saxonian family enabled Hausen to receive...
...The publicist Ernst August Anton von Göchhausen was born in Weimar on 15 July 1740 and died in Eisenach on 15 July 1824. His family came from poor aristocrats. Göchhausen could not attend a university, probably due to his family’s loss...
...Johann Valentin Embser, classical philologist and teacher, was born on 14 February 1749 in Brückmühl/Wörth in Alsace and died on 25 November 1783 in the (former) Pfalz-Bavarian town of Zweibrücken. Embser went to school in Bergzabern, Metz...
...Ernst Brandes was born on 3 October 1758 in Hanover and died there on 13 May 1810. His father was Georg Friedrich Brandes (1709–91), who was the curator of the University of Göttingen. From 1775 to 1778 Brandes studied law in Göttingen...