Reuchlin

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Reuchlin

(German ˈrɔyçliːn)
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(Biography) Johann (joˈhan). 1455–1522, German humanist, who promoted the study of Greek and Hebrew
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Johann Reuchlin (1455-1522): A Theological Biography
did the editing, translating, and annotating, and wrote commentary and introductions--sharing his passion for the writings of the extraordinarily witty and wise Eobanus Hessus (1488-1540), who was hailed as "King of Poets" by Johann Reuchlin in 1514.
Reading Hebrew and admiring the Israelites were all well and good, but did they lead scholars like Johann Reuchlin and William Whiston to have any sympathy with the actual, living Jews of their time?