Mone, Franz Joseph

Mone, Franz Joseph a Roman Catholic writer of Germany, was born May 12, 1796, at Mingolsheim, near Bruchsal. He studied at Heidelberg, commenced his academical career there in 1817, was professor in 1819, and from 1826 also first librarian of the university. In 1827 he accepted a call to Louvain, but returned to Heidelberg in 1831. Mane died at Karlsruhe, March 12, 1871, leaving, Geschichte des Heidenthums im nodlichen Europa. (Heidelberg, 1822-23, 2 volumes): — Lateinische Hymnen des Mittelalters (Karlsruhe, 1855-57, 3 volumes): — Lateinische und griechische Messen aus dem 2. bis 6. Jahrhundert (1850), See Winer, Handbunch der theol. Lit. 1:514. (B.P.)

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