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Drusius, Johannes:
Opuscula quae ad Grammaticam spectant, omnia, in unum volumen compacta; quorum catalogum sequens pagina indicabit. Beigebunden: 1.: I. Drusii de Litteris Mosche Vechaleb Libri duo, editio tertia eademque postrema, duabus prioribus auctior multo & emendatior. Franekerae Aegidiuus Radaeus 1608; 2.: Lachrymae Johannis Drusii iunioris, tribus carminum generibus expreße, in obitum, Illustris. et incomparabilius Herouis, Iosephi Scaligeri, IUulii Caesaris a Burden filii. Franekerae, Aegidius Radaeus, 1609; I. DrusiiTetragrammaton, sive De Nomine Deo Proprio, quod Tetragrammaton vocant. Accesserunt additamenta epistolarum aliquot & Nota. Item, Pauli Burgensis Episcopi, de nomine Tetragrammato, quaestiones duodecim: et I. Drusii in eadem Scholia. Amsterdam, Jansonius, 1634.
Franekerae, Aegidius Radaeus, 1609. 4 unn. Bll., 152; 55; 4 unn. Bll.; 95 S. 19 x 15 cm, Halbpergament mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt Einband berieben, bestoßen und mit etwas Verlust des Überzugpapiers. Innen immer wieder etwas fleckig. Insgesamt guter Zustand. "Johannes van den Driesche [or Drusius] (28 June 1550 ? February 1616) was a Flemish Protestant divine, distinguished specially as an Orientalist, Christian Hebraist and exegete. He was born at Oudenarde, in Flanders. Intended for the church, he studied Greek and Latin at Ghent, and philosophy at Leuven; but his father having been outlawed for his religion, and deprived of his estate, retired to England, where the son followed him in 1567. He found a teacher of Hebrew in Antoine Rodolphe Chevallier, with whom he resided for some time at Cambridge. In 1572 he became professor of Oriental languages at Oxford. Upon the pacification of Ghent (1576) he returned with his father to their own country, and was appointed professor of Oriental languages at the University of Leiden in the following year. In 1585 he removed to Friesland, and was admitted professor of Hebrew in the university of Franeker, an office which he discharged with great honour till his death. He acquired a reputation as a professor, and his class was frequented by students from all the Protestant countries in … [Click Below for Full Description]
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