Bockhn, Placidus

Bockhn, Placidus a German Benedictine, was born in 1690 at Munich, joined his order in 1706, and took holy orders in 1713. Having received, in 1715, the degree of doctor utriusque juris, he went to Rome. In 1721 he returned, and was appointed professor of canon law at Salzburg. In 1733 he took the chair of Biblical exegesis. He died February 9, 1752. His main work is Commentarius in Jus Canonicum Universum (Paris, 1776). See Sedelmayer, Hist. Univ. Salisburg. page 405; Ziegelbauer, Hist. Rei Litt. O.S.B. 3:484, 485; Mittermuller, in Wetzer u. Welte's Kimchenlexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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