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Heinrich Eberhard Gottlob Paulus (1761–1851)

Paulus, Heinrich Eberhard Gottlob (pou’lus). A German theologian and Orientalist; born in Leonberg, Würtemberg, Sept. 1, 1761; died at Heidelberg, Aug. 10, 1851. He was professor of Oriental languages at Jena (1789) and Heidelberg (1811). He was the author of a ‘Philological, Critical, and Historical Commentary on the New Testament’ (4 vols., 1800–4); ‘Exegetic Manual on the First Three Gospels’ (1830–33 and 1841–42); and similar works.