Rudolf Capell

Rudolf Capell (born 24 January 1635 in Hamburg, died 24 April 1684 in Hamburg) was a German historian, linguist and pedagogue. He was renowned internationally as one of the great learned men of his time.

He was the son of Hamburg pastor Jodocus Capell, and attended the University of Wittenberg, the University of Giessen earned the degree of Magister in 1656 and became Professor of Rhetoric at the Akademisches Gymnasium of Hamburg in 1660. In 1675, he became Professor of History and Greek language. He published 97 works on historical and philological topics.

He was married to Anna Berenberg (1639–1669). His daughter Christina Adelheid Capell (1663–1730) was married to Hamburg and Lisbon merchant Paul Amsinck (1649–1706). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Le Bleu, Jacob
Published 1654
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Published 1667
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by Capell Rudolf
Published 1672
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Published 1676
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by Capell Rudolf
Published 1678
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by Capell, Rudolf [Hrsg.]
Published 1682
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by Capell Rudolf
Published 1684
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