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...Johann Christian Zwanziger was born in Leutschau in Hungary in 1723. Through the help of a sponsor he received an education in his homeland. While still a young man, he travelled to Germany, was accepted into the community of Danzig...
...Michael Conrad Curtius was born in Techentin near Goldberg (Mecklenburg) and died in Marburg on 22 August 1802. His father, the Lutheran pastor Conrad Curtius, died early (1728). His mother Sophie Gertrut (née Danneel) subsequently married...
...Georg Andreas Will was born in Obermichelbach (Middle Franconia) on 20 August 1727 and died of cancer in Altdorf on 18 September 1798 at the age of seventy-two. He was the last significant representative of the University of Altdorf, which...
...Karl Abraham Freiherr von Zedlitz und Leipe came from an old Silesian Protestant dynasty and was born in Schwarzwaldau near Landeshut (Lower Silesia) in 1731. Having graduated from the Ritterakademie (an academy for the sons of noblemen...
...Nathanael Friedrich From (alternative spelling Fromm) was born in Marienburg in West Prussia on 12 November 1736 and died in Frankfurt an der Oder on 3 September 1797. From went to secondary school in Danzig from 1754 to 1760. After that he...
...Teller, Wilhelm Abraham Semler, Johann Salomo Seiler, Georg Friedrich Schütz, Christian Gottfried Schubert, Johann Ernst Michaelis, Johann David Meusel, Johann Georg Kant, Immanuel Hufeland, Gottlieb Hamann, Johann Georg Ernesti, Johann...
...Friedrich Gottlob Born was born in Leipzig in 1743 and died in Weesenstein (near Pirna) in 1807. He began to study at the University of Leipzig in 1760, but he did not receive the degree of Magister artium until 1773, and it was not until...
...Spener, Philipp Jacob Francke, August Hermann Callenberg, Johann Heinrich Caesar, Karl Adolph Karl Adolph Caesar was born in Dresden in 1744 and died in Leipzig in 1810. He attended the Gymnasium in Görlitz, and from 1759 the University...
...Johannes Ith was born in 1747 in Bern, the son of a craftsman. He studied theology and then taught as a preceptor or private tutor. In 1770, he was ordained as a pastor. Having received a stipend, he studied in Göttingen, Leipzig...
...Christian Gottfried Schütz was born in Dederstedt on 19 May 1747 and died in Halle on 7 May 1832. The son of a priest, he started studying theology in 1765 in Halle, and was soon supported by Johann Jakob Semler . His studies were also...