He studied at Basel and Berlin, and eventually (1854) settled at Erlangen as professor of church history.
His most noteworthy achievement was the publication of the Real-Encyklopädie für protestantische Theologie und Kirche (1853-1868, 22 vols.), of which he undertook a new edition with GL Plitt (1836-1880) around 1877, and after Plitt’s death with Albert Hauck (b. 1845). Hauck began the publication of the third edition in 1896 (completed in 22 vols., 1909).
His other works include Joh. Calvin (1843), Leben Oekolampadius (i 843), Die romanischen Waldenser (1853), Abriß der gesamten Kirchengeschichte (3 vols, 1876-1882, 2nd ed., G Koffmane, Leipzig, 1890-1892).
This article incorporates text from the public domain 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Categories: 1911 Britannica | 1805 births | 1882 deaths
JohannJakob ENGELHORN (Johann Thomas, JohannJakob, Johann Georg, Johann (Hans) Georg, Marx (Markus II), Marx (Markus)) was born 28 Nov 1756 in Leimen, Heidelberg, Baden, Germany and was christened 28 Nov 1756 in Leimen.
Johann Marx ENGELHORN was born 12 Aug 1785 in Neulussheim and was christened 13 Aug 1785 in Neulussheim.
Johann Ludwig ENGELHORN was born 20 Dec 1799 in Neulussheim and was christened 20 Dec 1799 in Neulussheim.
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