Dassov, Theodor

Dassov, Theodor a German theologian, brother of Nicolausy, was born at Hamburg. He studied at Giessen and Wittenberg; was in 1678 professor extraordinarius of Oriental languages, and in 1689 professor ordinarius at the latter place, where he-also took his degree as doctor of theology, in 1699. He accepted a call to Kiel, and died January 6, 1721, while general superintendent of Holstein and provost of Rendsburg. He wrote: Avis Ungte Sect. Inque Sacrific. Oblat. (Wittenberg, 1697): — De Emphasi Sacrarum Vocum ex Vet., Hist. Hebr. Repet. (Kiel, 1714): — De Jure Finium ex Pandect. Talmudic. (Wittenberg, 1735): — De Ritibus Mesusae (ibid. 1714): — Dissidium Pontif: Rom. et Bebr. (ibil. 1735): — Imagines Hebraeorum Rerum, quae Nostra AEtate, Circumferunt (ibid. 1735): — Rabbinism, Philol. s. Ancillant. (1674): — Diatribe in Judaeo's de Resurrectione Mortuorum (1675): — Vota Monastica et Nasiraeorum (1736): — Scholia Criticorum (1707). See Moller, Cimbria Littereta; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.: Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:143, 202, 604;: Furst, Bibl. Jud. 1:197; Steinschneider, Bibliogr. Handbuch, s.v. (B.P.)

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