RÜCKERSFELDER, ABRAHAM FRIEDRICH, d. 1799.
Dissertatio theologico-philologica Prima, ad Canticum Hiskiae regis, Jesaiae XXXVIII : 9-20, 1757.
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION NUMBER 229
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CITATION: Abraham Friedrich Rückersfelder Dissertatio theologico-philologica Prima ad Canticum Hiskiae regis Jesaiae XXXVIII : 9-20, MSS 229, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
Abraham Friedrich Rückersfelder is listed as the defender of the
dissertation and Anthon à Veenhuizen as the respondent. Nothing
further is known concerning either the defender or respondent. It
is unknown who composed the transcript.
This piece is a handwritten transcript of the dissertation in Latin
published in Daventriae (Deventer), the Netherlands by Marini de Vries.
It consists of thirty-six pages and concerns Hezekiah, the King of Judah,
who appears in the Old Testament Book of Isaiah.