Bibliander (Buchmann), Theodor°
BIBLIANDER (Buchmann), THEODOR°
BIBLIANDER (Buchmann), THEODOR° (1504–1564), Swiss Hebraist and theologian. In 1531, Bibliander succeeded Zwingli as lecturer in Septuagintal studies, but his denial of absolute predestination cost him his post. His publications include a Hebrew grammar (1535), a commentary on the Hebrew text of Nahum (1534), and a treatise interpreting Ezra with reference to Roman history (1553?). Bibliander left Basle with a projected translation of the Koran (of which he published an interpretation, 1543) when the enterprise encountered local difficulties; he was also a collaborator of Leo Juda in his Latin version of the Bible (1543).
J.J. Christinger, Theodor Bibliander (Ger., 1867); Dictionnaire historique et biographique de la Suisse (1921–34); J. Prijs, Die Basler hebraeischen Drucke, 1492–1866 (1964), 102, 128.
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