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Worauf ist doch der Heiden tun gestellt

Worauf ist doch der Heiden tun gestellt

Author: Ambrosius Lobwasser
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Ambrosius Lobwasser

Lobwasser, Ambrosius, son of Fabian Lobwasser, inspector of mines at Schneeberg, Saxony, was born at Schneeberg, April 4, 1515. After studying law at Leipzig (M.A. 1535) he remained there as University tutor until 1550. After acting as travelling tutor, he was appointed in 1557 Rath and Chancellor at Meissen, and in 1562 made a tour in Italy, and received the degree of LL.D. from the University of Bologna. He was finally appointed in 1563 by Duke Albrecht of Prussia as professor of law and assessor at the High Court of Justice at Königsberg. He died at Königsberg Nov. 27, 1585 (Koch, ii. 394-401, &c). His principal poetical work was his version of the Psalter. One has passed into English in recent times, viz: Ihr Knecht des Herren all… Go to person page >

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First Line: Worauf ist doch der Heiden tun gestellt
Author: Ambrosius Lobwasser
Language: German
Copyright: Public Domain

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