Tromm (Van Der Trommen, Lat Trommius), Abraham

Tromm (Van Der Trommen, Lat. Trommius), Abraham a learned Protestant divine of Holland, was born at Groningen, Aug. 23, 1633, and studied the classics, philosophy, and theology in that university. He traveled through Germany. Switzerland, France, and England, and on his return was appointed curate at Haren. In 1671 he was invited to the pastorate of Groningen, and continued there until his death, May 29, 1719. John Martinius, of Danutzic, having begun a Concordance of the Old Testament in Flemish, Tromm completed it (Amsterd. 1685-92, 2 vols. fol.). He also published a Greek Concordance of the Septuagint (Utr. 1718, 2 vols. fol.), which has remained a standard work.

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