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Theophilus Aenetius
AENETIUS, Theophilus.

AENETIUS, Theophilus.
(1574 - 1631)

(Born: Königsfeld near Meissen, Germany, 1574; Died: Jena, Germany, 15 September 1631) German physicist & educator.

Aenetius was professor of physics at the University of Jena.

Biographical references: Poggendorff: 1, col. 14.

1. Latin, 1619 [Dissertation].
Disputatio Physica, | De | Mineralibus | Seu | Corporibus Sub- | terraneis. | Quam | Ξωί Θεώ | Sub Præsidio | Viri Clarissimi & Excellentissimi | Dn. M. Theophili Ænetii, | Philos. Nat. in Illustri Salana Prof. P. & celeberr. | Dn. Præceptoris ac Promotoris sui æter- | num honorandi, | ad examinandam proponit, | Johannes Agricola Geanus. | Ad diem      Julij. | Job. 28.5.6. | Efl terne aliquæ ex quæ egrediturpanis, & sub ea est, vertitur in quendami | veluti ignem. Locus Sappbiri Lapides ejus, & pulveres | auri sunt ei. | Athenis Salanis | E Molybdographeâ Weidnerianâ, | Anno χζισσεήας | PoLI, saLI, terræq Ve DoMIno sIt honor æVIternVs.

4°: A-B4; 8l.; [16] p.

Contents: [2 pgs], TP, verso blank.; [14 pgs], Text.

Extremely rare. Dissertation at the University of Jena, 1619. A second part appeared in 1622 with the title, "De Metallis."

Bibliographical references: BL [no copy listed]. CBN [no copy listed]. Gatterer, Mineralogischen Literatur, 1798-9: 1, 24. LKG: III 44. NUC [no copy listed]. VD17: 32:625162H.

2. Latin, 1622 [Disseration].
Εξετασfισf Physica | De | Metallis. | Quam | [GREEK WORDS] | Exconsensu & autoritate Amplissimæ | facultatis Philosophicæ in incluta. | Salana, | Præside, | Viro Clarißimo & Excellentißimo | Dn. M. Theophilo Ænetio | Physic. Prof. Publ. Præceptore & Pro- | motore suo omni observantiæcultu | profequendo. | Publicæ subjscit ventilationi | Casparus Sagittarius | Osterburgo-Marchicus. | Ad diem 24. Julij, boris locoq solitis. | [ornament] | Jenæ | Typis Johannis Weidneri. | [rule] | Anno M. DC. XXII.

4°: A-B4 C2; 10l.; [20] p.

Contents: [1 pg], Title page. [1 pg], Dedication.; [18 pgs], Text.

Rare. Disseration with Caspar Sagittarius the respondent. It was defened on the 24 July 1622 at the University of Jena.

Bibliographical references: VD17: 39:139914U.

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