Fleming, Paul (16091640)

Fleming, Paul, a celebrated German poet, born at Hartenstein, Vogtland; received a medical training at Leipzig, and was engaged in embassies in Russia and Persia; settled in Hamburg in 1639, but died the following year; as a lyrist he stood in the front rank of German poets (16091640).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Fleischer, Heinrich Leberecht * Flemish School
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Flavel, John
Flaxman, John
Flechier
Fleet Marriages
Fleet Prison
Fleetwood, Charles
Flegel
Fleischer, Heinrich Leberecht
Fleming, Paul
Flemish School
Fleshly School
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Fletcher, Andrew
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Fletcher, John
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