Rudelbach, Andreas

Rudelbach, Andreas, a Danish theologian, was born at Copenhagen in 1792. He became superintendent at Glauchau, Saxony, in 1829, and died in 1862. He published a number of dogmatic works, in which he advocates the orthodox Lutheran creed. Rudenture, the molding, in form like a rope or staff, filling the flutings of columns, usually one third of the height. It is sometimes plain, sometimes ornamental.

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