Theodor Friedrieh Dethlef Kliefoth

Theodor Friedrieh Dethlef Kliefoth, a German theologian, born at Korchow, Mecklenburg, Jan. 18, 1810. He has been for the last 25 years the principal ecclesiastical dignitary at Schwerin, and is a leader of the Old Lutherans. His principal works are: Die ursprungliche Gottesdienstordnung in der deiitschen Kirche latherischen Bekenntnisses (Rostock, 1847); Liturgische Abhandlungen (4 vols., 1854-'8); Das Buch Ezechiel (2 vols., Wismar, 1864-'5); and Das Buch Daniel (Schwerin, 1868).

Theodor Goldstucker

Theodor Goldstucker, a German orientalist, born in Konigsberg about 1822, died in London, March 11, 1872. He studied in Bonn under Wilhelm von Sehlegel and Christian Lassen, and in Paris under Burnouf, after which he became private tutor at the university of Berlin, and a friend of Humboldt, who often refers to him in the "Cosmos." In 1849 he removed to London, at the suggestion of Prof. Wilson, whom he assisted in the preparation of a Sanskrit-English dictionary. He became professor of Sanskrit in University college, London, president of the philological society, and member of the Asiatic society; and in 1866 founded the Sanskrit society. He wrote for periodicals and cyclopaedias, and among his works are a German translation of a Hindoo drama (1842) and a number of English translations of Hindoo poems, some of them with the original texts. He left unfinished a Sanskrit-English dictionary and grammar, and an edition of the Mimansa.

Theodor Horschelt

Theodor Horschelt, a German painter, born in Munich, March 16, 1829, died there, April 3, 1871. He travelled in 1853 in Spain and Algeria, and was from 1858 to 1863 in the Caucasus with the Russian army. He was especially distinguished for his pictures of battles and of life in the Caucasus.

Theodor Kaufmann

Theodor Kaufmann, an American painter, born at Uelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814. He served for several years as a mercantile apprentice, and studied painting in Hamburg, and under Hess in Munich. Implicated in the revolutionary movement of 1847-9, he left Germany, and in 1850 settled in the United States. He served in the army during the civil war, and afterward resided in Boston. His works include "General Sherman near the Watch-tire," "On to Liberty," and "A Pacific Railway Train attacked by Indians." His " American Painting Book" was published at Boston in 1871.

Theodor Keim

Theodor Keim, a German theologian, born in Stuttgart, Dec. 17, 1825. He studied at Tubingen, and was connected with that university from 1851 to 1855, after having spent a year in Bonn. In 1857 he became deacon at Esslingen, in 1859 archdeacon, and in 1860 professor of theology at Zurich. He is prominent among liberal Protestant theologians. Among his works are several relating to the history of the reformation, and Der geschiclit-liche Christus (3d ed., Zurich, 1866).

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