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...Neeb, Johann Naumann, Christian Nikolaus Mencke, Johann Burkhardt Christian Nikolaus Naumann was born on 6 December 1720 in Bautzen and died in Görlitz on 15 February 1797. The son of a civil servant, he enrolled at the University...
...Karl Renatus Hausen was born in Leipzig in 1740. His father, who had died in 1743, was a professor of mathematics at the University of Leipzig. Between 1752 and 1758, the sponsorship of a wealthy Saxonian family enabled Hausen to receive...
...The publicist Ernst August Anton von Göchhausen was born in Weimar on 15 July 1740 and died in Eisenach on 15 July 1824. His family came from poor aristocrats. Göchhausen could not attend a university, probably due to his family’s loss...
...Johann Valentin Embser, classical philologist and teacher, was born on 14 February 1749 in Brückmühl/Wörth in Alsace and died on 25 November 1783 in the (former) Pfalz-Bavarian town of Zweibrücken. Embser went to school in Bergzabern, Metz...
...Ernst Brandes was born on 3 October 1758 in Hanover and died there on 13 May 1810. His father was Georg Friedrich Brandes (1709–91), who was the curator of the University of Göttingen. From 1775 to 1778 Brandes studied law in Göttingen...
...August Ferdinand Lueder (or Lüder) was born in Bielefeld in October 1760. After studying at the University of Göttingen he began his academic career as professor of history in the Carolinum in Brunswick during 1786. As editor of two...
...Charles de Villers was born in Boulay (Lorraine) in 1765 and died in Göttingen in 1815, not yet fifty years old. He was educated first by the Benedictines in Metz, then was admitted to the Royal Artillery Corps. During his service...
...Stephens, Alexander Hamilton Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Governor of Georgia, and Vice President of the Confederate States of America, Alexander Hamilton Stephens was a powerful force in American politics before, during...
...Jacob August Franckenstein was born in Leipzig on 27 December 1689 and died on 10 May 1733. In 1705, he was enrolled at the University of Leipzig, where he finished his studies with a master’s degree in philosophy in 1713. In 1719, he...
...Anton Raphael Mengs was born in Aussig in Bohemia (today Usti nad Labem in the Czech Republic) on 22 March 1728 and died in Rome on 29 June 1779. Taught to draw from early childhood by his father, a Dresden miniaturist, he subsequently also...