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Johannes Jakob Buxtorf

Basel 1645 - 1705


He succeeded his father as chair of Hebrew in Basel (1664). In 1665, he left the city and travelled around Europe. He returned to Basel in 1669, and he resumed his teaching activity and worked as a librarian. After his death, the precious library – which includes works bought by Johannes I, Johannes II, and Johannes Jakob – was sold for 1,000 thalers to the public library of Basel.

Bibliography: Johann Jakob Buxtorf, in Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL); R. Smend, Vier Epitaphe - Die Basler Hebraistenfamilie Buxtorf (Litterae et Theologia 1), Berlin, de Gruyter 2010.



Catalogus librorum Hebraicorum aliorumque orientalium et philologicorum Bibliothecæ Buxtorfianæ, Basileæ 1704.

Location:
Biblioteca Angelica, Roma.

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Catalogus librorum venalium theologicorum et miscellaneorum Bibliothecæ Buxtorfianæ, Basileæ 1705.

Location:
Biblioteca Angelica, Roma.

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