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Heinrich Ewald (1803–1875)

Ewald, Georg Heinrich August (ā’vält). A German Biblical scholar and interpreter of Hebrew literature; born in Göttingen, Nov. 16, 1803; died there, May 4, 1875. His works include: ‘The Metres of Arab Songs’ (1825); ‘Critical Grammar of the Hebrew Language’ (1827); ‘Hebrew Manual for Beginners’ (1842); and ‘Critical Grammar of the Arabic Tongue’ (1831–33). His fame, however, rests upon his ‘History of the People of Israel.’