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Thomas Christian Tychsen (1758–1834)

Tychsen, Thomas Christian. A German Orientalist; born at Horsbyll, Silesia, May 8, 1758; died on Oct. 23, 1834, at Göttingen, where he was professor of theology. He wrote: ‘Principles of Hebrew Archæology’ (1789); ‘Grammar of Literary Arabic’ (1823); and several essays on ‘Numismatics,’ ‘Palæography,’ ‘The Poetry of the Arabs,’ etc.