Weller, Jakob

Weller, Jakob a Protestant divine of Germany, was born December 5, 1602, at Neukirchen. In 1635 he was appointed professor of Oriental languages at Wittenberg; in 1640 superintendent at Brunswick; and in 1646 first court preacher and church councillor at Dresden, where he died, July 6, 1664. He wrote, Adnotationes in Epist. Pauli ad Romanos . . . Collectae a J. Schindlero (Brunswick, 1654): — לקט הקציר, Spicilegium Questionum Ebraeo-Syrarum (Wittenberg, 1673): — De Linguae Hebraicae Ambiquitate contra Huntleum (ibid. 1631): — Disputatio an Puncta Hebr. Literis Coaeva? (ibid.). See Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:165, 255; Furst, Bibl. Jud. 3:504; Steinschneider, Bibliog. Handbuch, s.v. (B.P.)

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