Aulber, Matthius, a German theologian, was born at Blaubeuren in 1495. When he had completed his studies he went to Wittenberg, where he attached himself to Luther and Melancthon. The following year he preached at Reutlingen the doctrines of the Reformation, and induced the city to adhere to the Confession of Augsburg. In 1535 the duke of Wurtemberg made him Protestantizer of the duchy; then he preached at Reutlingeu for twenty- nine years. He afterwards became preacher at the Cathedral of Stuttgart, but retired in 156.2 because he did not recognise the real presence in the eucharist. He wrote Via Compendiaria Reconcilianldi Partes de Ccena Domini Controverentets, in the Acta et Scripta Publica Ecclesice Wurtembergicce (Tubingen, 1720). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.