Dietelmair, Johann Augustin

Dietelmair, Johann Augustin a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born April 2, 1717, at Nuremberg. He studied at Altdorf and Halle, was in 1741 afternoon-preacher. at his native place, and in 1744 deacon there. In 1746 he was called to Altdorf as professor of theology. He opened his lectures with an address, De eo, quod Difficile est in Munere Doctoris Academici et Praecipue Theologi. In the same year he took the degree of doctor of theology. He died April 6, 1785. He wrote, Antiquitas Codicis Alexandrini Vindicator (Halle and Magdeburg, 1739): — De Religione Christiana Philosophiae Nomine a Veteribus Compellata (Altdorf, 1740): — De Descensu Christi ad Inferos Literaria (Nuremburg, 1741, 1762): — De Serie Veterum Doctorum in Schola Alexandrina (Altdorf, 1746): — De ἀποκαταστάσει πάντων Scripturaria et Fanatica (ibid. 1746): — De Fragmento Clenentis Romani, etc. (ibid. 1749). See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, 1:325 sq.; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:20, 136, 599, 605, 889; Furst, Bibl. Jud. 1:208. (B.P.)

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