Keil, Johann Carl Friedrich, Phd, Dd

Keil, Johann Carl Friedrich, Ph.D., D.D.

a Lutheran theologian, was born at Oelnitz, Saxony, February 26, 1807. He studied at Dorpat, 1827-30; at Berlin, 183133; became privat-docent at Dorpat in 1833; professor extraordinary in 1838; ordinary professor in 1839; and from 1859 was professor emeritus, residing at Leipzig, aild engaged in literary work until his death, in 1889. His principal works are, Der Tempel Salomo's (1839): — Commentaries on nearly all of the Old Testament, and on Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Peter, and Jude.

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