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us: Alzog, Johannes, 1808-1878



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    • us: Alzog, John, 1808-1878
    • us: Alzog, Jean, 1808-1878
    • us: Alzog, Giovanni, 1808-1878
    • us: Alzog, Johann, 1808-1878
    • us: Alzog, Johann Baptist, 1808-1878
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    • found: His Manual of universal church history, 1874-8: t.p. (Rev. Dr. John Alzog, professor of theology at the University of Frieburg)
    • found: MWA/NAIP files (hdg.: Alzog, Johannes, 1808-1878; usage: Johannes Alzog; John Alzog; Jean Alzog; Giovanni Alzog; variant: Johann Alzog; note: German historian; Roman Catholic priest; professor)
    • found: NUC pre-1956 (Alzog, Johannes Baptist, 1808-1878)
    • found: New Catholic encyclopedia, 2003, via WWW, May 19, 2014 (Johann Baptist Alzog; German theologian, historian, and patrologist; born Jun. 29, 1808 in Ohlau, Silesia; died Mar. 1, 1878 in Freiburg, Germany)
    • found: A religious ecyclopaedia: or dictionary of biblical, historical, doctrinal, and practical theology: based on the Real-encyklopädie of Herzog, Plitt, and Hauck, vol. 1, 1891, via WWW, May 19, 2014 (Alzog, Johann Baptist; Roman-Catholic church historian. Education: studied at Brieg, Breslau, and Bonn from 1830-33; ordained as priest at Cologne in 1834; received his doctorate in theology from the Münster Academy in 1835 with his thesis on the principles of Roman-Catholic exegesis. Teaching: professor of church history and exegesis in the Theological Seminary in Posen until 1844 and then held a similar position at Hildesheim (1844-1853); professor at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau, from 1853 until his death)
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