Pott, David Julius, Dd
Pott, David Julius, D.D.
a German theologian, was born at Eimbeckhansen, in Hanover, in 1760. In 1787 he was appointed professor of theology at Helmsthidt, from which place he removed to occupy the same chair at Götting Genesis While professor at the former place he, with Ruperti, edited the Sylloge Commentatiom Theologicmarum (8 vols. 1800-7), and afterwards at Göttingen undertook, as joint continuator with Heinrich, an edition of Koppe's Testarmentum Novum, a commentary on the Catholic epistles (1810-16). He died about 1820. See Illgen, Zeitschrift für historische Theologie, 1868, p. 568.