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Hartlib, Samuel

Record IDcnp00942397
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp00942397
Gendermale
Biographical Data1600 - 1670
Place of BirthElbing
Place of DeathLondon
Last Edit2019-09-25

General Note

Dt. Philantrop, pietistischer Schriftsteller, gehörte zum Kreis der mystisch-spiritualistischen Weltverbesserer, Studium in Königsberg, ab 1628 in England, nach 1662 in Oxford oder London gestorben
Dt. Pädagoge u. Agrarexperte, ab 1628 in England
PND-Grundbestand

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Further Biographical Data1600-1670. Lebensdaten ca., Sterbejahr lt. LCAuth: 1662
-1662
d. 1662
1600-1662. - Geburtsjahr ca.
ca. 1599-ca. 1670
ActivityPersonen zu Landwirtschaft, Garten (32.10p) (sswd)
Personen zu Bildungswesen (6.4p) (sswd)
Dt. Pädagoge u. Agrarexperte, ab 1628 in England
CountryDeutschland
Geographic NoteDE (iso3166)

Place of Activity

Place of BirthElbing
Geburtsort
Place of DeathLondon
Sterbeort

Names

HeadingHartlib, Samuel
used in: Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany); Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Variant NameHartlib, Samuell
Hartlibius, Samuel
Hartlieb, Samuel

Sources

Found inEnc. Brit. (1960). — LCAuth, NDB. — GK55. — DNB=d. 1670?. — NUC. — Enc. Brit. (1960). — LCAuth, NDB. — Wikipedia: Stand: 20.03.2019: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Hartlib
Imprint SourcesHartlib, Samuel: A description of the famous kingdome of Macaria. - 1641
Hartlib, Samuel: A discoverie for division. - 1653
Hartlib, Samuel: A faithfull and seasonable advice. - 1643
Hartlib, Samuel: A further discoverie of the office of publick addresse. - 1648
Hartlib, Samuel: Clavis Apocalyptica, or, the Relation. - 1651
Hartlib, Samuel: Clavis apocalyptica. - 1651
Hartlib, Samuel: Cornucopia. - [1652?]
Hartlib, Samuel: Londons charity inlarged, stilling the orphans cry .... - 1969
Hartlib, Samuel: Samuel Hartlib his legacie. - 1652
Hartlib, Samuel: Samuel Hartlib his legacie. - 1655
Panegyricus Carolo Gustavo magno Suecorum, Gothoru... / [By Johannes Amos Comenius], 1656
t132549: his A treatise concerning the husbandry and natural history of England, 1742 tp=by Mr. Sam. Hartlib

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