Matter


Matter

Matter, Jacques, geb. 1791 zu Alteckendorf im Elsaß, wurde 1819 Professor der Geschichte in Strasburg, 1821 Gymnasialdirector u. Professor der Geschichte an der dortigen protestantischen Akademie, 1831 Inspector der Akademie u. 1832 Generalinspector der Universität in Paris; er schr.: Essai hist. sur l'école d'Alexandrie, Par. 1817, 2. Aufl. 1844; Histoire du christianisme, 2. Aufl. ebd. 1838, 4 Bde.; Histoire du gnosticisme, ebd. 1828, 3 Bde., 2. A. ebd. 1843 f. (deutsch von Dörner, Heilbr. 1833); De l'influence des moeurs sur les lois etc., Par. 1832 (Preisschrift, deutsch von Buß, Freib. 1833); Hist. des doctrines moral. et polit. des trois derniers siècles, Par. 1837, 3 Bde.; Le visiteur des écoles, 2. Aufl. ebd. 1838; L'instituteur primaire, ebd. 1832; Manuel de l'hist. grécque, ebd. 1839; Manuel des écoles primaires, moyennes et normales, ebd. 1833; De l'état moral, politique et littéraire de l'Allemagne, ebd. 1847, 2 Bde. (deutsch Lpz. 1848).


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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