Walther (Walthincrus or Gualterus)
Walther (Walthincrus Or Gualterus)
a German Lutheran divine, was born at Allendorf, in Thuringia, in the latter part of the 16th century. He studied divinity at Jena and gave special attention to classical and Oriental languages. He became professor of Greek and Hebrew at Jena, and afterwards was appointed superintendent of the Lutheran Church in the auchy of Saxe-Gotha and in the duchy of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel. He died. Nov. 15, 1640. He was the author of several theological and linguistic works. See Zeumerus, Vitae Professorum Jenensium.