Clodius, David

Clodius, David, a Lutheran theologian and philologist of Germany, who was born in Hamburg, became professor of Oriental languages at Giessen in 1671, afterwards professor of theology and preacher, and died there Sept. 10,1687, is the author of Grammatica Linquae Ebraece (Giessen, 1684): — De Ritibus Precandi Vett. Ebrceorum (ibid. 1674): — An Speranda Supersit Insignis Aliqua Judaeorum Concersio (ibid. 1683). He also edited a Hebrew Bible with various readings (1677): — Lud d Dieu's Gramm. Linguarum Orientalium, and Hanneken's Tabulae Synopt. Gram. et Radd. Hebr. See Furst, Bibl. Jud. i, 181; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.; Steinschneider, Bibliog. Handbuch, p. 37. (B. P.)

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