Keller, Jacob

Keller, Jacob
Keller, Jacob
Controversialist, born at Sackingen, Baden, Germany, in 1568; died at Munich, Bavaria, 23 February, 1631

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  • Keller — is the German word for cellar . It is a very rare first name but a somewhat common surname in several languages.Place namesKeller is the name of several places in the United States of America:*Keller, Georgia *Keller, Texas *Keller, Virginia… …   Wikipedia

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  • Jacob Keller — (1568–23 February 1631) was a German theologian, author, and religious instructor. He was born in Säckingen, Baden, Germany. He died in Munich, Bavaria. External links* [ Catholic Encyclopedia article] …   Wikipedia

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  • Jacob Henle — Jakob Henle Friedrich Gustav Jacob Henle (* 19. Juli 1809 in Fürth; † 13. Mai 1885 in Göttingen) war ein deutscher Anatom, Pathologe und Arzt. Er ist der Entdecker der später nach ihm benannten Henleschen Schleife in der Niere. Leben …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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