Hartman, Johann Adolph
Hartman, Johann Adolph a learned German divine, was born at Munster in 1680. After being several years a Jesuit, he became a Protestant at Cassel in 1715, and was soon after made professor of philosophy and poetry. In 1722 he was appointed professor of history and rhetoric at Marpurg, and died there in 1744. His most esteemed works are, Hist. Hassaica: — Vitea Pontificum Romanorum Victoris II, Urbani II, Pascalis II, Gelasii II, Callisti II, Honorii II. See Chalmers, Biog. Dict. s.v.