Adrian Beier the Elder
Adrian Beier was the son of Christian Beier (born October 21, 1539 in Bad Berka ; † March 16, 1610 in Glauchau / Schulhalter in Weimar), he studied in Jena , among other places, and took his bachelor's degree here in 1619 . In 1622 the master's degree followed, and in 1630 he completed his habilitation at the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Jena . As early as 1626 Adrian Beier worked in the theological office as a deacon at the city church of St. Michael in Jena, and in 1635 he was appointed archdeacon .
In addition to his professional career, he made a great contribution as a city chronicler and historian for the city of Jena. He left behind a large number of handwritten writings and printed works.
- Syllabus rectorum et professorum Jenæ, 1659 (A list of Jena professors)
- Geographus Jenensis, 1665
- Chronologus Jenensis see Annales Germano-Thuringo-Jenenses. According to Beer's handwriting for the first time ed. by Herbert Koch (= Jehnische Chronika. Zeit- und Jahrbuch), Vopelius: Jena 1914
- Jena annals. 1523-1599. According to his handwriting with a handwriting sample and 11 family tables, Vopelius: Jena 1928
- Architectus Jenensis, 1672: Architectus Jenensis by Mag. Adrian Beier. New ed. by Herbert Koch, Vopelius: Jena 1936
- Traugott Keßler: Art. Beier, Adrian , in: Rüdiger Stutz , Matias Mieth (Hrsg.): Jena - Lexicon for city history. , Tümmel-Verlag: Berching 2018, p. 69. ISBN 978-3-9819706-0-9
- Adrian Beier: Architectus Jenensis - illustration of the Yenish buildings. , published by Samuel Adolph Müller, 1681.
|SURNAME||Beier, Adrian the Elder|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Theologian, archdeacon and historian in Jena|
|DATE OF BIRTH||August 9, 1600|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Glauchau|
|DATE OF DEATH||April 23, 1678|
|Place of death||Jena|