Jakob Balde (January 4, 1604 – August 9, 1668), a German Latinist, was born at Ensisheim in Alsace. Driven from Alsace by the marauding bands of Count Mansfeld, he fled to Ingolstadt where he began to study law. A love disappointment, however, turned his thoughts to the church, and in 1624 he entered the Society of Jesus. Continuing his study of the humanities, he became in 1628 professor of rhetoric at Innsbruck, and in 1635 at Ingolstadt, whither he had been transferred by his superiors in order to study theology. In 1633 he was ordained a priest.

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  • Jakob Balde (January 4, 1604 – August 9, 1668), a German Latinist, was born at Ensisheim in Alsace. Driven from Alsace by the marauding bands of Count Mansfeld, he fled to Ingolstadt where he began to study law. A love disappointment, however, turned his thoughts to the church, and in 1624 he entered the Society of Jesus. Continuing his study of the humanities, he became in 1628 professor of rhetoric at Innsbruck, and in 1635 at Ingolstadt, whither he had been transferred by his superiors in order to study theology. In 1633 he was ordained a priest. His lectures and poems had now made him famous, and he was summoned to Munich where, in 1638, he became court chaplain to the elector Maximilian I. He remained in Munich till 1650, when he went to live at Landshut and afterwards at Amberg. In 1654 he was transferred to Neuburg on the Danube, as court preacher and confessor to the count palatine. He remained at Neuburg for the rest of his life. A collected edition of Balde's works in 4 vols was published at Cologne in 1660; a more complete edition in 8 vols at Munich, 1729; also a good selection by L. Spach (Paris and Strasbourg, 1871). An edition of his Latin lyrics appeared at Regensburg in 1884. There are translations into German of some of his odes by Johann Gottfried Herder (1795), and J. Schrott and M. Schleich (Munich, 1870). See G. Westermayer, Jacobus Balde, sein Leben und seine Werke (1868); J. Bach, Jakob Balde (Freiburg, 1904). Various odes have been translated into English by Karl Maurer. (en)
  • Johann Jacob Balde S.J. (* 3. Januar 1604 in Ensisheim im Elsass; † 9. August 1668 in Neuburg an der Donau) war ein deutscher Jesuit und neulateinischer Dichter. (de)
  • Johann Jacob Balde (Jacques Baldé en français), né le 3 janvier 1604 à Ensisheim (Alsace) et mort le 9 août 1668 à Neubourg-sur-le-Danube, est un jésuite et poète allemand de langue néo-latine. Alsacien de naissance, chassé par la Guerre de Trente Ans, il a passé la plus grande partie de sa vie en Bavière. (fr)
  • Juan Jacobo Balde, también conocido como Jacques Baldé o Jakob Balde, (Ensisheim, Alsacia, 3 de enero de 1604-Neuburg an der Donau, 9 de agosto de 1688) fue un poeta jesuita alemán. Por su estilo barroco Sigmund von Birken le puso el nombre de Horacio alemán. Estudió en la escuela de los jesuitas de Ensisheim y más tarde filosofía y derecho en Ingolstadt, Baviera cuando la Guerra de los treinta años. Fue profesor de retórica en las universidades de Munich e Innsbruck y de 1638 a 1640 fue prosélito de la corte bávara de Maximiliano I, duque y elector de Baviera en Munich, más tarde decidió emigrar, primero a Landshut, luego a Amberg y en 1654 a Neuburg an der Donau. (es)
  • Jakob Balde ou Juan Jacobo Balde ou Jacques Baldé, Ensisheim, Alsácia, 3 de janeiro de 1604 — Neuburg an der Donau, 9 de agosto de 1688) foi um sacerdote católico, da ordem dos jesuítas e poeta alemão do período barroco. Pelo seu estilo barroco Sigmund von Birken apelidou-o de o Horácio alemão. Estudou na escola dos jesuítas de Ensisheim e mais tarde filosofia e direito em Ingolstadt, Baviera por ocasião da Guerra dos trinta anos. Foi professor de retórica nas universidades de Munique e Innsbruck e de 1638 a 1640 foi prosélito da corte bávara de Maximiliano I, duque e eleitor da Baviera em Munique, mais tarde decidiu emigrar, primeiro para Landshut, depois para Amberg e em 1654 para Neuburg an der Donau. (pt)
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  • Johann Jacob Balde S.J. (* 3. Januar 1604 in Ensisheim im Elsass; † 9. August 1668 in Neuburg an der Donau) war ein deutscher Jesuit und neulateinischer Dichter. (de)
  • Johann Jacob Balde (Jacques Baldé en français), né le 3 janvier 1604 à Ensisheim (Alsace) et mort le 9 août 1668 à Neubourg-sur-le-Danube, est un jésuite et poète allemand de langue néo-latine. Alsacien de naissance, chassé par la Guerre de Trente Ans, il a passé la plus grande partie de sa vie en Bavière. (fr)
  • Jakob Balde (January 4, 1604 – August 9, 1668), a German Latinist, was born at Ensisheim in Alsace. Driven from Alsace by the marauding bands of Count Mansfeld, he fled to Ingolstadt where he began to study law. A love disappointment, however, turned his thoughts to the church, and in 1624 he entered the Society of Jesus. Continuing his study of the humanities, he became in 1628 professor of rhetoric at Innsbruck, and in 1635 at Ingolstadt, whither he had been transferred by his superiors in order to study theology. In 1633 he was ordained a priest. (en)
  • Juan Jacobo Balde, también conocido como Jacques Baldé o Jakob Balde, (Ensisheim, Alsacia, 3 de enero de 1604-Neuburg an der Donau, 9 de agosto de 1688) fue un poeta jesuita alemán. Por su estilo barroco Sigmund von Birken le puso el nombre de Horacio alemán. (es)
  • Jakob Balde ou Juan Jacobo Balde ou Jacques Baldé, Ensisheim, Alsácia, 3 de janeiro de 1604 — Neuburg an der Donau, 9 de agosto de 1688) foi um sacerdote católico, da ordem dos jesuítas e poeta alemão do período barroco. Pelo seu estilo barroco Sigmund von Birken apelidou-o de o Horácio alemão. (pt)
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