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JOHANN BENEDIKT CARPZOV (1607-1657)

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Originally appearing in Volume V05, Page 399 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JOHANN BENEDIKT CARPZOV (1607-1657), fourth son of the first Benedikt, was born at Rochlitz in 1607. He became professor of theology at Leipzig in 1643, made himself chiefly known by his Isagoge in Libros Ecclesiarum Lutheranarum Symbolicos (published in 1665), and died at Leipzig on the 22nd of October 1657, leaving five sons, all of whom attained some literary eminence.
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