Johann Christoph Wichmannshausen (1663–1727) was a 17th-century German philologist. He received his magister's degree (the highest degree of the Faculty of Philosophy, equal to the doctorates) from the University of Leipzig in 1685. His dissertation, titled Disputationem Moralem De Divortiis Secundum Jus Naturae (Moral Disputation on Divorce according to the Law of Nature), was written under the direction of his father in law and advisor Otto Mencke. He was from 1692 until the time of his death a professor of Near Eastern languages and university librarian at the University of Wittenberg, and gave courses there in Philosophy and Hebrew.

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  • Johann Christoph Wichmannshausen (* 3. Oktober 1663 in Ilsenburg; † 17. Januar 1727 in Wittenberg) war ein deutscher Orientalist. (de)
  • Johann Christoph Wichmannshausen (1663–1727) was a 17th-century German philologist. He received his magister's degree (the highest degree of the Faculty of Philosophy, equal to the doctorates) from the University of Leipzig in 1685. His dissertation, titled Disputationem Moralem De Divortiis Secundum Jus Naturae (Moral Disputation on Divorce according to the Law of Nature), was written under the direction of his father in law and advisor Otto Mencke. He was from 1692 until the time of his death a professor of Near Eastern languages and university librarian at the University of Wittenberg, and gave courses there in Philosophy and Hebrew. Among the books he published are De extinctione ordinis Templariorum (The extinction of the Templars), 1687 and many short works on aspects of the Old Testament. Today, Wichmannshausen is best known as part of a line of scientific genealogy stretching from Mencke to Gauss and to many other mathematicians. As of 2015, the Mathematics Genealogy Project lists 88523 of his academic descendants. (en)
  • Johann Christoph Wichmannshausen (Ilsenburg, 3 de outubro de 1663 — Wittenberg, 17 de janeiro de 1727) foi um filologista alemão. Obteve o mestrado (o maior grau existente na época) na Universidade de Leipzig, em 1685. Sua tese, com o título Disputationem Moralem De Divortiis Secundum Jus Naturae, foi orientada por seu padrasto Otto Mencke. De 1692 até morrer foi professor de linguagens do Oriente Próximo e bibliotecário universitário na Universidade de Halle-Wittenberg, onde deu cursos de filosofia e língua hebraica. Dentre os livros que publicou estão De extinctione ordinis Templariorum (A extinçao da Ordem dos Templários) em 1685 e diversos trabalhos curtos sobre aspectos do Antigo Testamento. Atualmente, Wichmannshausen é melhor conhecido como parte de uma linhagem de genealogia acadêmica indo de Mencke a Gauss e muitos outros matemáticos. Em 2012 o Mathematics Genealogy Project lista 66085 de seus descendentes acadêmicos. (pt)
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  • Johann Christoph Wichmannshausen (* 3. Oktober 1663 in Ilsenburg; † 17. Januar 1727 in Wittenberg) war ein deutscher Orientalist. (de)
  • Johann Christoph Wichmannshausen (1663–1727) was a 17th-century German philologist. He received his magister's degree (the highest degree of the Faculty of Philosophy, equal to the doctorates) from the University of Leipzig in 1685. His dissertation, titled Disputationem Moralem De Divortiis Secundum Jus Naturae (Moral Disputation on Divorce according to the Law of Nature), was written under the direction of his father in law and advisor Otto Mencke. He was from 1692 until the time of his death a professor of Near Eastern languages and university librarian at the University of Wittenberg, and gave courses there in Philosophy and Hebrew. (en)
  • Johann Christoph Wichmannshausen (Ilsenburg, 3 de outubro de 1663 — Wittenberg, 17 de janeiro de 1727) foi um filologista alemão. Obteve o mestrado (o maior grau existente na época) na Universidade de Leipzig, em 1685. Sua tese, com o título Disputationem Moralem De Divortiis Secundum Jus Naturae, foi orientada por seu padrasto Otto Mencke. De 1692 até morrer foi professor de linguagens do Oriente Próximo e bibliotecário universitário na Universidade de Halle-Wittenberg, onde deu cursos de filosofia e língua hebraica. (pt)
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