Austen, Andreas

Austen, Andreas, a Reformed theologian of Germany, was born at Danmtzic, July 25,1658 . He studied at different universities, and in 1685 was appointed pastor at Milleinbeck, near Rintel. ,In 1686 he was appointed professor of Greek and Oriental languages at Rintel, and in 1690 was called to Elberfeld, where he died, Sept. 6, 1703. He wrote, Τρίας Qucestionwitm: An Adamus ante Evam habuetit Uxorem, qumea Appellata Lilith? An κατακλυσμὸς Noachi, fuerit Umiversalis an Particularise An Moses fuerit Comniutus (Rinteln, 1688):-Samuel Personatus, sive Diss. de Apparitione Samuelis, ex I Sam, xxviii (ibid. eod.):-Diss. Philol. de Velamine Mulieris, ex 1 Corinthians 11:10 (ibid. 1690)':-De Maortis Genere quo Judas Proditor Vitce suce Colophonem imposuit (ibid. 1688):-Theses Philolog. de Lingua Omniumr Prima Hebrcea (ibid. 1690):-and Continuatio I de Linguae Hebrace Appellationibus (ibid. 1690). See Jocher, Allgeineines Gelehrten- Lexikon, suppl. s.v.; Strieder, Hessische Gelehrten-Geschichte. (B. P.)

 
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