Heinrich Ewald

Heinrich Ewald Georg Heinrich August Ewald (16 November 1803 – 4 May 1875) was a German orientalist, Protestant theologian, and Biblical exegete. He studied at the University of Göttingen. In 1827 he became extraordinary professor there, in 1831 ordinary professor of theology, and in 1835 professor of oriental languages. In 1837, as a member of the Göttingen Seven, he lost his position at Göttingen on account of his protest against King Ernst August's abrogation of the liberal constitution, and became professor of theology at the University of Tübingen. In 1848, he returned to his old position at Göttingen. When Hanover was annexed by Prussia in 1866, Ewald became a defender of the rights of the ex-king. Among his chief works are: ''Complete Course on the Hebrew Language'' (), ''The Poetical Books of the Old Testament'' (), ''History of the People of Israel'' (), and ''Antiquities of the People of Israel'' (). Ewald represented the city of Hanover as a member of the Guelph faction in the North German and German Diets. Provided by Wikipedia
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