Roszfeld (in Latin, Rosinus), Johann

Roszfeld (In Latin, Rosinus), Johann, a German antiquary, was born at Eisenach in 1551. He studied at Jena, and in 1579 became sub-director of the gymnasium at Ratisbon, but after a few years he gave up this position to enter the evangelical ministry, and preached at Naumburg, in Saxony, until his death by the plague, Oct. 5, 1626. His principal works are: Antiquitatum Romanarum Corpus Absolutissimum (Basle, 1583; Lyons, 1585): — Exempla Pietatis Illustris (Jena, 1602).

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