Allioli, Joseph Franz

Allioli, Joseph Franz, a Roman Catholic prelate of Germany, was born at Sulzbach, Aug. 10, 1793. He studied at Munich, Amberg, and Landshut; received holy orders in 1816; and went to Vienna, Rome, and Paris for the sake of studying Oriental languages. In 1821 he was appointed Privatdocent at Landshut, and advanced in 1823 to the chair of exegesis and Oriertal languages. In 1826 he went to Munich, where he lectured until 1835. He was next called to Ratisbon, to leave this place again in 1838 for Augsburg, where he died, May 23,1873, as cathedral provost. Of his many works, the most important. is Die htilige Schrift des Alten u. Neuen Testaments. Aus der Vulgata mit Bezug auf den Grundtext, neu iibersetzt und mit kurzen Amesrkungen erliutert (6 vols. Nuremb. 1830-35, and often since). Besides, he published, Hausliche Alterthumer der Hebrlier nebst biblischer Geographic ( Munich, 1821): — Ueber die inneren Motive der kanonischen Horen (Augsburg, 1848; French transl. by Dodille, Des Motifs Intrinseques des Heures Canonicales, Chalon-sur-Saone, 1865). See Literarischer Handweiser fur das kathol. Deutschland, 1873, p. 240. (B. P.)

 
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