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HELLER, SELIGMANN – Austrian poet and journalist; born at Raudnitz, Bohemia, July 8, 1831; died in Vienna Jan. 8, 1890. After completing his course at the University of Vienna, where he studied philology and law, he engaged in business with his...
HENGSTENBERG, ERNST WILHELM – German Bible exegete; born Oct. 20, 1802, at Fröndenberg, Westphalia; died at Berlin May 28, 1869; studied theology and Oriental languages at the University of Bonn.He was the author of: "Christologie des Alten Testaments,"...
HENIKSTEIN, ALFRED, FREIHERR VON – Austrian general; born Aug. 11, 1810, at Ober-Döbling; died Jan. 29, 1882, in Vienna. He was the son of the banker Joseph von Henikstein. After being baptized he joined (1828) a regiment of engineers, becoming major in 1848. The...
HENLE, FRIEDRICH GUSTAV JACOB – Genealogical Tree of the Hendricks Family. German anatomist; born at Fürth, Bavaria, July 19, 1809; died at Göttingen May 13, 1885. He received his education at his native town, where he and his parents were baptized. In 1827 he...
HENOCH, EDUARD HEINRICH – German physician; born at Berlin June 16, 1820. After taking the degree of M.D. there (1843), he began to practise as a specialist in diseases of children. Until 1850 he was assistant at the children's dispensary of the...
HEPNER, ADOLF – German-American journalist; born at Schmiegel, Posen, Nov. 24, 1846; educated at the gymnasium at Lissa, the rabbinical seminary at Breslau, and the universities of Breslau and Berlin.He became a socialist in 1868, and two years...
HERODIAN DYNASTY, PEDIGREE OF – On page 361 is a genealogical tree of the family of Herod, which succeeded the Hasmoneans. The family was of Idumean origin, its most distinguished representative being Herod the Great. Antipater and his direct descendants are...
HERRMANN, LEO – French painter; born in Paris July 12, 1853. He was a student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts at Paris, and exhibited his first picture, "A Bout d'Argument," in the Paris Salon of 1875. It was followed in 1876 by "La Bonne...
HERZ, JACOB – German physician; born at Bayreuth Feb. 2, 1816; died at Erlangen Sept. 27, 1871; educated at the gymnasium of Bayreuth and the University of Erlangen (M.D. 1839). Establishing himself as physician in Erlangen, he became in 1841...
HERZ, MARKUS – German physician and lecturer on philosophy; born June 17, 1747, at Berlin; died there Jan. 19, 1803. The son of very poor parents, he was destined for a mercantile career, and in 1762 went to Königsberg, East Prussia. He soon...
HERZFELD, ADOLF – German actor; born April 9, 1800, at Hamburg; died at Vienna March 24, 1874; son of Jacob Herzfeld. He made his début in Hamburg in 1821, where he played until 1829, when he was engaged for the Burgtheater, Vienna. There he...
HERZFELD, ALBRECHT – Austrian actor; born June 7, 1840, at Vienna; son of Adolf Herzfeld. He received his education at the gymnasium of his native town, and entered a wholesale business house there as an apprentice. But, like his father, he soon...
HERZFELD, JACOB – German chemist; born at Mülheim, near Cologne, June 17, 1859; educated at the gymnasium and technical high school of Charlottenburg, and the University of Berlin (Ph.D. 1886). In 1885 he became director of the dyeing department...
HERZL, SIEGMUND – Austrian merchant and novelist; born at Vienna May 26, 1830; died there Feb. 9, 1889. He wrote: "Liederbuch eines Dorfpoeten," 1853; "Lieder eines Gefangenen," 1874; "Prager Elegien," 1880. He translated Petöfi's poems. Herzl...
HERZOG, JAKOB – Austrian writer; born at Misslitz, Moravia, June 17, 1842. He was educated at Brönn, Vienna, and Graz. When only seventeen years of age he wrote for Kuranda's "Ostdeutsche Post." For nearly two years he was secretary of the...
HEYMANN, PAUL – German laryngoscopist; born at Pankow, near Berlin, 1849; studied medicine at Berlin and Heidelberg (M.D., Berlin, 1874). After taking a postgraduate course at Heidelberg, Vienna, Prague, and Tübingen, he in 1878 established...
HILLER, EDUARD – German philologist; nephew of Ferdinand Hiller; born at Frankfort-on-the-Main April 14, 1844; died at Halle March 7, 1891. Educated at the universities of Bonn and Göttingen (Ph.D. 1865), he became a teacher at the Kortegarn...
HIRSCH, AUGUST – German physician and medico-historical writer; born at Danzig Oct. 4, 1817; died at Berlin Jan. 28, 1894. After having followed commerce for a few years, he began the study of medicine at the University of Leipsic in 1839, and...
HIRSCHBERG, ERNST – German statistician; born March 8, 1859, at Königsberg, East Prussia. He was educated in his native town, graduating in 1882. Soon afterward he was employed in the statistical office of the city of Berlin, where he at first...
HIRSCHBERG, JULIUS – German ophthalmologist; born at Potsdam Sept. 18, 1843. He received his education at the gymnasium of his native town and at the University of Berlin, graduating as doctor of medicine in 1867. In the same year he became...
HIRSCHEL, LEVI ELIAS – German physician; born Oct. 8, 1741, at Berlin; died there Dec. 17, 1772; educated at the Joachimsthalsche Gymnasium in his native town and at the University of Halle (M.D. 1763). He practised medicine for two years in Berlin,...
HIRSCHFELD, LUDWIK MAURYCY – Polish anatomist; born at Nadarzyn, government of Warsaw, 1816; died at Warsaw 1876. Hirschfeld received a Talmudical education at home, but, not being studiously inclined, at the age of seventeen he went to Berlin, where he...
HIRSCHFELDER, JOSEPH OAKLAND – American physician; born at Oakland, Cal., Sept. 8, 1854. He received his education at San Francisco, Cal., and at the universities at Würzburg, Berlin, Vienna, and Leipsic (M.D. 1876). Returning to America, he settled in San...
HIRSCHFELDT, HERMANN – German physician; born at Neustettin July 30, 1825; died at Colberg June 17, 1885; M.D. Greifswald, 1852. During the two following years he practised in Greifenberg, Pomerania, and in 1854 removed to Colberg, where he continued...
HOFMANN, ISAAK LÖW, EDLER VON HOFMANNSTHAL – Austrian merchant; born June 10, 1759, at Prostiebor, near Kladrau, in the district of Pilsen, Bohemia; died at Vienna Dec. 12, 1849. During the famine in Ansbach in the middle of the eighteenth century, Hofmann's parents had...