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I Kristi sär jag somnar in

Author (attributed to): Paul Eber

Eber, Paul, son of Johannes Eber, master tailor at Kitzingen, Bavaria, was born at Kitzingen, Nov. 8, 1511. He was sent in 1523 to the Gymnasium at Ansbach, but being forced by illness to return home, was on his way thrown from horseback and dragged more than a mile, remaining as a consequence deformed ever after. In 1525 he entered the St. Lorentz school at Nürnberg, under Joachim Camerarius, and in 1532 went to the University of Wittenberg, where he graduated 1536, and thereafter became tutor in the Philosophical Faculty. He was appointed Professor of Latin in 1544, then in 1557 Professor of Hebrew and Castle preacher, and in 1558 Town preacher and General Superintendent of the Electorate, receiving in 1559 the degree D.D. from the Unive… Go to person page >

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First Line: I Kristi sär jag somnar in
German Title: In Christi Wunden schlaff ich ein
Author (attributed to): Paul Eber
Source: Swedish trans. Manuale, 1687
Language: Swedish
Copyright: Public Domain

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Svenska Psalm-Boken af År 1819 #480

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