Georg Heinrich Ewald


Georg Heinrich von Ewald (1803-1875) was Professor of Old Testament and then Oriental languages at the University of Gottingen. After protesting the repeal of the constitution by King Ernst August, Ewald was dismissed. After visiting England, he was appointed Professor of Philosophy and then Theology at the University of Tubingen before being invited back to Gottingen. He was subsequently removed from his position again when he refused to sign an oath of allegiance to the Prussian king. He published grammatical works on Hebrew, Arabic, and Sanskrit, as well as commentaries and exegetical studies on both Old and New Testament books and biblical theology.

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