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Bardenhewer, Bertram Otto

BARDENHEWER, BERTRAM OTTO: German Roman Catholic; b. at München-Gladbach (16 m. w. of Düsseldorf) Mar. 16, 1851. He was educated at the universities of Bonn (Ph.D., 1873) and Würzburg, and in 1879 became privat-docent of theology at the University of Munich. In 1884 he accepted a call to Münster as professor of New Testament exegesis and Biblical hermeneutics, and two years later returned in the same capacity to Munich, where he still remains. He has been a member of the Deutsche morgenländische Gesellschaft since 1873, and of the papal Bible Committee since 1903. He was rector of the university in 1906, and has written Hermetis Trismegisti qui apud Arabes fertur de castigatione animæ libellus (Bonn, 1873); Des heiligen Hippolytus von Rom Kommentar zum Buche Daniel (Freiburg, 1877); Polychronius, Bruder Theodors von Mopsuestia and Bischof von Apamea (1879); Die pseudo-aristotelische Schrift über die reine Gute, bekannt unter dem Namen Liber de causis (1882); Patrologie (1894); and Geschichte der altkirchlichen Literatur (2 vols., 1902-03). Since 1895 he has edited Biblische Studien at Freiburg.

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