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Biblia Hebraica, Leipzig 1839

תורה נביאים וכתובים

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  • Lot Number 54201
  • Title (English) Biblia Hebraica
  • Title (Hebrew) תורה נביאים וכתובים
  • Note Bible
  • City Leipzig
  • Publisher Caroli Tauchnitii
  • Publication Date 1839
  • Estimated Price - Low 200
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  • Item # 2557409
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Description

Physical Description

[2], 1392, [4] pp., quarto, 215:128 mm., wide margins, light age and damp staining, lacking Latin intro and finals. A good copy bound in contemporary leather over boards, rubbed.

 

Detail Description

The text with cantillation and pronunciation symbols, edited by August Hahn (1792 –1863) a German Protestant theologian. Hahn was born at Großosterhausen (now part of Eisleben). He studied there, and then studied theology at the University of Leipzig and at Wittenberg. In 1819, he was nominated professor extraordinarius of theology and pastor at the Altstädtische Kirche in Königsberg in Prussia; and in 1820, he received a superintendency in that city. In 1822, he became professor ordinarius. In 1826, he became professor ordinarius of theology at Leipzig, where, hitherto distinguished only as editor of Bardesanes, Marcion (Marcions Evangelium in seiner ursprünglichen Gestalt, 1823), and Ephraem Syrus, and the joint editor of a Syrische Chrestomathie (1824), he came into great prominence as the author of the treatise De rationalismi qui dicitur vera indole et qua cum naturalismo contineatur ratione (1827), and also of an Offene Erklärung an die Evangelische Kirche zunächst in Sachsen und Preussen (1827), in which, as a member of the school of E. W. Hengstenberg, he endeavoured to convince the rationalists that it was their duty voluntarily and at once to secede from the Protestant churches.

In 1833, Hahn's pamphlet against K. G. Bretschneider (Über die Lage des Christenthums in unserer Zeit, 1832) having attracted the notice of Frederick William III, he was called to Breslau as theological professor and consistorial councillor at the Breslau Consistory, and in 1843 became general superintendent of the ecclesiastical province of Silesia. In 1845 as general superintendent he made it obligatory again that pastors in the Silesian ecclesiastical province had to declare their allegiance to the Augsburg Confession on their ordination, easing the conflict among Silesian Lutherans who fought the Prussian Union of churches of Lutheran and Reformed confession since 1817. However, this did not prevent anymore the royal recognition of the seceded Old Lutheran Evangelical Lutheran Church in Prussia in 1845, seated in Breslau. He died at Breslau

Latin Title: Biblia Hebraica... Addidit Augustus Hahn. Editio stereotypa. Quartum recognita et emendata.

 

Hebrew Description

התנ"ך וההוספות שבסופו ד"ס של 1832

 

Reference

Vinograd, Leipzig 76; Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000305238; Wikipedia; Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Hahn, August". Encyclopædia Britannica. 12 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 818–819.