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Liebner, Karl Theodor Albert
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(Mar 3, 1806, Schkölen near Naumburg – Jun 24, 1871, Meran). After studying classical philology and theology (from 1823), gaining his doctorate (1827), studying at the Wittenberg theological seminary (1828–1832), and after a pastorate in Kreisfeld near Eisleben (1832–1835), he became assistant professor and university chaplain in Göttingen in 1835. In 1844, he moved to Kiel and in 1851 to Leipzig. In 1855, he succeeded G.C.A. v. Harleß as chief court chaplain and vice-president of the consistory in Dresden. He shaped the life of the Saxon church…

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Schröder, Bernd, “Liebner, Karl Theodor Albert”, in: Religion Past and Present. Consulted online on 23 April 2021 <>
First published online: 2011
First print edition: ISBN: 9789004146662, 2006-2013

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