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...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...
...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...
...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...
...Georg (also: Gregor) Leonhard Reiner was born in Murnau, Bavaria in 1756. He entered the Norbertine (Premonstratensian) order in 1784 in Steingaden and studied philosophy, literature and mathematics both there and at another monastic house...
...Johann Carl Fischer was born in Allstedt (then Thuringia) on 5 December 1760 and died in Greifswald on 22 May 1853. He went to grammar school in Halle, Magdeburg and Weimar and performed as ‘Diskantist’ (soprano) until the age of seventeen....
...Friedrich Wilhelm Daniel Snell was born in Dachsenhausen on 26 October 1761 into a family of clergymen, and died in Gießen on 28 October 1827. Having studied theology, he rejected a position as minister because of illness and became...
...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...
...The Benedictine from Würzburg Maternus Reuß was something like the glamour boy of the first Catholic Kantians. He was born on 22 February 1751 in the Franconian village of Westheim, the son of an innkeeper and butcher, and died in Würzburg...
...Laurentius Erdmannus Gebhart Mandatarius Joseph Socher was born in Peutingen (today: Peiting) about 60 km south-west of Munich on 12 July 1755 and died in Kelheim, close to Regensburg, on 17 January 1834. From 1768 to 1773, Socher attended...
...Immanuel Carl Diez was born in Stuttgart on 8 April 1766 and died of typhoid fever in Vienna on 1 June 1796. Against the wishes of his father, a physician and medical researcher in Tübingen, Diez decided to pursue theological studies...