Oppenheimer, Eberhard Carl Friedrich

Oppenheimer, Eberhard Carl Friedrich of Vienna, a convert to Christianity, an enthusiast and chiliast, flourished at Leipsic as tutor of the Hebrew language, and there he probably died after 1750. He wrote, Hodegus Ebraeo-rabbinicus, a manual of the Hebrew and Rabbinic language (Leipsic, 1731): — Lied aller Lieder, an exposition of the Song of Songs (ibid. 1745 and 1750, but under the title Das Mohelied Salomonis, oder der allerheiligste Lobgesansg). See Jocher, A hqemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, 3:1085, and supplement by Rotermund, v. 1148 (Bremen, 1816); Acta histor. ecclesiast. 14:777 sq.; Müller, בית הספר, or catalogue of Hebrew works (Amsterdam, 1868), No. 4251. (B. P.)

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