Spanheim, Friedrich (16321701)

Spanheim, Friedrich, a theological professor at Geneva (1631), and afterwards at Leyden (1641); author of the work on “Universal Grace” (1600-1648). His son, Ezechiel Spanheim (1629-1710) became professor of Eloquence in his native town, Geneva, and after acting as tutor to the sons of the Elector Palatine was employed on several important diplomatic missions to Italy, England, and France; meanwhile devoted his leisure to ancient law and numismatics, publishing learned works on these subjects. Friedrich Spanheim, brother of preceding, was a learned Calvinistic professor of Theology at Heidelberg (1685), and afterwards at Leyden (16321701).

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

Spandau * Spanish Main
Sowerby Bridge
Soy
Soyer, Alexis
Spa
Spahi
Spain
Spalato
Spalding
Spallanzani, Lazaro
Spandau
Spanheim, Friedrich
Spanish Main
Sparks, James
Sparta
Spartacus
Spasmodic School
Specific Gravity
Spectrum
Spectrum Analysis
Speculative, The
Spedding, James