Blumberg, Christian Gotthelf
Blumberg, Christian Gotthelf, a German Lutheran theologian, was born at Ophausen, in the principality of Querfurth, in 1664. He studied at Leipsic, then at Jena, and assisted at the see of Mentz, where he was chaplain of a regiment. He performed ecclesiastical functions in several cities of Saxony, and died at Zwickau, in 1735. Among other works he wrote, Exercitium anti-Bossuetiumn de Mysterio in Cotono Papali.: Fundamenta Linguce Copticce (1716): — Dictionarium Linguce Copticce, in MS. — La Bible Complete, with notes. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.