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HARDT, HERMANN VON DER:

German Protestant theologian and philologist; born at Melle, Westphalia, Nov. 15, 1660; died Feb. 28, 1746. He studied at Osnabrück, Jena, and Hamburg, and became professor of Oriental languages at the University of Helmstädt (1690). He was a prolific author. Among his works dealing with Hebrew literature are: "Dissertatio de Fructu, Quem ex Librorum Judaicorum Lectione Percipiunt Christiani" (Jena, 1683); "De Accentuatione Hebræorum" (Leipsic, 1692); "Programma Quo ad Philologicam Hoseæ et Commentatorum Rabbinicorum Publicam Enarrationem," etc. (Helmstädt, 1704); "Ænigmata Judæorum Religiosissima" (ib. 1705); "Programma in Aben Esram Publice Recensendum, Jeremia Recensito et Jobo Exspectato" (ib. 1712); "Programma in Rashium, Publice Recensendum" (ib. n.d.); "Hoseas Historiæ et Antiquitati Redditus" (ib. n.d.); "Versio Latina Tract. Mischnici Taanit" (ib. 1712); "Commentarius in Pirke Abot" (ib. 1728).

Bibliography:
  • Jöcher, Allgemeines Gelehrtenlexikon, ii. 141;
  • McClintock and Strong, Cyc. iv. 204;
  • Fürst, Bibl. Jud. i. 362;
  • Steinschneider, Cat. Bodl. No. 5190;
  • idem, Bibliographisches Handbuch, No. 805.
J. M. Sc.
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