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Schneidewein, Johannes, 1519-1568

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Personal name headingSchneidewein, Johannes, 1519-1568
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Variant(s)Schneidewein, Johannes, 1519-1568 or 1569
Schneidevvein, Iohannes, 1519-1568
Schneidewin, Johann, 1519-1568
Schneidewind, Johannes, 1519-1568
Oinotomus, Ioannes, 1519-1568
Schneidewinus, Ioannes, 1519-1568
Schneidewinus, Johannes, 1519-1568
Schneidewein, Johannes, 1519-1568 or 9
Other standard no.8320934
Associated countryGermany
LocatedWittenberg (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany)
Birth date1519-12-20
Death date1568-12-04
Place of birthStolberg am Harz (Germany)
Place of deathZerbst (Germany)
Profession or occupationLawyers
Found inWerner, A. Oratio de vita Galeni, 1570: p. [30] (... D. Iohannis Schneidevvein)
Allg. Deutsche biog. (Schneidewein, Johannes, of the Schneidewind family: 1519-1568/69)
JoĢˆcher, C.G. Allg. gelehrten-lex. Arzte, 1750-51 (Schneidewein, Johann, 1519-1568)
Adams (Schneidewin, Johann)
Ioannis Oinotomi iurisconsulti In quatuor Institutionum Imperialium Iustiniani Imp. libros, commentarij, [1673]: title page (Ioannes Oinotomus)
Wikipedia, viewed Feb. 15, 2022: (Johann Schneidewein; born 20. December 1519 in Stolberg (Harz); died 4. December 1568 in Zerbst; German jurist; student of Martin Luther; Chancellor of Schwarzburg, professor of law and then rector of the University of Wittenberg and representative of the Elector of Saxony at the Imperial Chamber Court in Speyer; marticulated at the University of Wittenberg in in 1529 and later studied law; his best known work, the commentary on the Institutiones was first published posthumously in 1571; co-author of the Electoral Saxon Constitutions of 1572)
Adam, Melchior: Vitae Germanorum iureconsultorum et politicorum, qui superiori seculo et quod excurrit floruerunt, 1620: p. 179 (Ioannes Schneidevvinus born on the vigil of S. Thomas in 1519 at Stolberg; died 4 December 1568) p. 182 (buried at Wittenberg)
Not found inHirsch; Kestner; World who's who science; Biog. univ.; Biog. gen.
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