Schwartze, Moritz Gotthilf

Schwartze, Moritz Gotthilf,

a German theologian, was born in 1802 at Weissenfels. He studied the Oriental languages, and was appointed professor of the Coptic language and literature at the University of Berlin. His death occurred in 1848. He published, Prolegomena in Religionem Veterum Aegyptorum (Berl. 1832): — Das alte Aegypten (Leips. 1843): — Psalterium in Dialetum Copticoe Linguoe Memphiticam, etc. (ibid. 1843): — Quatuor Evangelia in Dialecto Linguoe Copticoe Memphiticam Perscripta, etc. (pars 1, vol. 1, Evangelia Matthoei et Marci continens [ibid. 1846]): — Koptische Grammatik (ed. by H. Steinthal [Berl. 1850]): — Pistis Sophia (Coptic, with a Latin transl., ed. by Petermann [ibid. 1851]). See the Regensburger Real-Encyklop. s.v. (B.P.)

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