Adolf Deissmann

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Adolf Deissmann (1866-1937) studied at Tuebingen and Berlin. In 1897 he was appointed to a
professorship at Heidelberg where he taught until 1908, when he was called to succeed Bernhard Weiss at Berlin. Deissmann made important contributions to biblical philology and sociology. His research into the papyri remains important for Biblical scholarship today.

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