Battier, Johann Rudolph

Battier, Johann Rudolph a Protestant theologian of Switzerland, was born at Basle, Nov. 9, 1693, where he pursued his theological studies. In 1730 he was appointed preacher at the orphanage of his native city, and in 1733 professor of Hebrew. He retired from this position in 1736 on account of broken health, and died in 1759. He wrote, Disput. qua Loca Vet. Test. in Evangeliis Citata Cependit et contra Judaeorumn Strophas Defeizdit (Basle, 1716): — Theses Philologicoe Miscell. (ibid. 1733). See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

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