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...Peter Kolb was born in Dörflas (Marktredwitz) on 10 October 1675 and died in Neustadt/Aisch on 31 December 1726. After receiving his primary education at schools in Marktredwitz and Wundsiedel, in 1694 he enrolled at the St Lorenz Gymnasium...
...Christian Kruse was born in the Danish town of Hiddigwarden in the province of Oldenburg on 9 August 1753 and died in Leipzig on 4 January 1827. When Kruse was nine, he went to Halle to school at the Waisenhaus, a prominent orphanage...
...Johannes Hübner was born in Türchau (Oberlausitz) on 15 April 1668 and died in Hamburg on 21 May 1731. From 1689, he studied theology at the University of Leipzig, where in 1691 he obtained the degree of Magister and subsequently taught...
...Gustav Bernhard Becmann was born in Dewitz (Mecklenburg) on 25 December 1720 and died in Göttingen on 4 April 1783. He was the elder brother of lawyer and university professor Otto David Heinrich Becmann ; the two were closely connected...
...Otto David Heinrich Becmann was born in Dewitz (Mecklenburg) on 29 June 1722 and died in Göttingen on 19 March 1784. He was the younger brother of lawyer and university professor Gustav Bernhard Becmann ; the two were closely connected...
...Hieronymus Peter Schlosser, son of the royal counsellor and judge, Dr Erasmus Carl Schlosser (1696–1773), was born in Frankfurt/Main on 4 March 1735 and died there on 11 September 1797. After studying law in Gießen and Altdorf, he received...
...Christian Ziegra was born in Hamburg on 26 February 1719 and died there on 22 January 1778. His father of the same name was pastor of St Jacobi church in Hamburg. After completing primary school at the famous Johanneum in Hamburg, Ziegra...
...Gotthard Ludwig Kosegarten, also known by the forename of Theobul, was born on 1 February 1758 in Grevesmühlen in the duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and died on 26 October 1818 in Greifswald, in coastal Pomerania, serving his second tenure...
...Gabriel Wagner, also known by his pseudonym Realis de Vienna, was born in Quedlinburg in 1660 and probably died in 1717/18. From 1686, he studied at the University of Leipzig, where on 13 January 1689 he obtained a master’s degree. He...