Reuchlin, Johann (14551522)

Reuchlin, Johann, a learned German humanist, born in the Black Forest, devoted himself to the study of Greek and Hebrew, and did much to promote the study of both in Germany, and wrote “Rudiments of the Hebrew Language”; though he did not attach himself to the Reformers, he contributed by his works and labours to advance the cause of the Reformation; his special enemies were the Dominicans, but he was backed up against them by all the scholars of Germany (14551522).

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

Retzch, Moritz * Reunion
Ressaidar
Restoration, The
Restorationists
Resurrectionist
Retford, East
Retina
Retributive Justice
Retz, Cardinal de
Retz, Gilles de
Retzch, Moritz
Reuchlin, Johann
Reunion
Reuss
Reuter, Fritz
Reuter, Baron Paul Julius
Reutlingen
Revel
Revelation
Revelation, Book of
Revels, Master of the
Reverberatory Furnace