Vrimoet, Emo Lucius

Vrimoet, Emo Lucius a Dutch philologist, was born in 1699 at Emden. In 1722: he was admitted to the ministry, and served successively in Loeneli and Harlingen. In 1730 he was called to Franeker as professor of Oriental languages, to which he joined, in 1731, the chair of Hebrew antiquities. He was also rector of that school, and died there June 15, 1760. He published, Dissertatio de Terrae Filiis (עמי האר) apud Hebraeos (Utrecht, 1719): — Diss. de Schiloh (ibid. 1722): — Oratio Inauguralis de Variis Gentilium Ipsorumque Christianotrum Quorundam Erioribus, etc. (Franeker, 1731): —

Antiquitatum Israeliticarum Theses Controversee (ibid. 1732-39, 2 vols.): — Diss. de Sitibus in Junejurando a Veteribus Hebraeis Maxime et Graecis Observatis (Utrecht, 1735): — Diss. de Aulmeo Adyti Tabecnaacui Levitici, ejusque Rutione Littterali ac Mysterio (Fraieker, 1745): — Diss. Selecta Veteris Testamenti preocipue ex Decalogo (ibid. 1753): — Ad Dicta Classica Theologice Dogmaticae V.T. Selecta, etc. (ibid. 1743-57, 3 vols.). See Bibl. Jude 1:3,25 sq.; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Literatur, 1, 30; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé, s.v. (B, P.)

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