Frischmuth Johann, a German theologian and Orientalist, was born at Wertheim in 1619, and died at Jena in 1687, in which city he was professor of Hebrew. He was also acquainted with Arabic. Besides other works, he wrote 60 dissertations on philololgical, Biblical, and theological subjects, of which the most important are, De Pontificum Hebraeorum vestitu sacros: — De Sacrficiis: — De Pontificatu Mosis contra Nihusium: — De Graeca LXX Interpret. versione: — De Mediatatione Mortis et Memoria clarissimorum quorundam in re sacra et literaria Virorum. — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, 18:889.