Milon, Johann Nicolaus
Milon, Johann Nicolaus a German theologian, was born at Hamburg November 2, 1738; was educated at the Johanneum, and later at the gymnasium of his native city. In 1760 he entered the University of Gittingen, where he studied ancient languages and Church history. He returned in 1764 to Hamburg, and was appointed in 1765 professor of philosophy at Kiel; in 1769 he was appointed minister at Luneburg, and in 1770 at Wandsbeck, where he died, June 10,1795. Some of his important works are, Diss. de scribarum erroribus in textu Hebraico V.T. impresso (Kilouii, 1764, 4to): — Observationes criticae in aliquot Veteris Foederis loca (ibid. 1765, 4to): —Kritische Anmerkungen ber einige Stellen des Alten Testaments (Kiel, 1768, 8vo): — Etwas uber 1 Mos. xlix, 10 und Matthew 5:31, 32 (Hamburg, 1788, 8vo).