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Bachmann, Andreas, 1600-1656

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    • A. B., 1600-1656
    • Bachman, Andreas, 1600-1656
    • Bachman, Andress, 1600-1656
    • Bachmann, An., 1600-1656
    • Bachmannus, Andreas, 1600-1656
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) [1600,1601-10-17]
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1656-04-04
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    • found: Syntagma variarum dissertationum rariorum, 1701:page [6], preliminary pages (name not given)
    • found: Deutscher biog. Index:(Rivinus, Andreas, b. 1600 or, per other authorities, 1601, d. 1656; real name Bachmann; physician, philosopher)
    • found: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek online, Mar. 29, 2014(access point: Rivinus, Andreas; other access points: Bachmann, Andreas (real name); Bachmannus, Andreas; Bachman, Andreas; Bachmann, An.; Bachman, Andress; A. B.; born 1601 Halle (Saale), died 1656 Leipzig; physician, philosopher, philologist; German physician and philologist; studied in Leipzig and Jena, 1624 master, 1627 rector of the gymnasium Nordhausen; 1630 assessor of the philosophical faculty in Leipzig, 1635 professor of poetry, 1644 M.D., 1655 professor of physiology, medical faculty Leipzig, 1639 and 1645 rector in Leipzig)
    • found: German Wikipedia, Mar. 29, 2014:"Andreas Rivinus" (Andreas Rivinus; also: Bachmann; born Oct. 17, 1601 Halle (Saale); died Apr. 4, 1656 Leipzig; German philosopher, neo-Latin poet, philologist and physician; son of the counselor Andreas Bachmann (circa 1570-1642) and Dorothea Krebs; after graduating from the Leipzig gymnasium he attended U. Leipzig, switching to U. Jena and pursuing both philosophical and medical studies; his parents subsidized educational travels through Holland, England and France; returning to Leipzig, he obtained the bachelor's degree 1624, the master's 1625, habilitation in 1627, becoming rector of the Nordhausen gymnasium; 1630 assessor of the philosophical faculty Leipzig and 1635 the professorship of poetry; interested also in theology, he became 1636 colleague of the F├╝rstenkollegium; 1638 licentiat of the medical faculty and graduated M.D. 1644; 1645 decemvir of the University, 1655 professorship of physiologie; also involved with administrative matters: 4 times dean of the philosophical faculty, twice procancellor, summer semesters 1639 and 1645 rector of the university; buried Apr. 9, 1656 in the Paulinerkirche Leipzig)
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    • 2014-05-09: new
    • 2014-05-10: revised
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