Franz Winter (historian)
Winter was the eldest son of a hereditary judge and feudal judge . From 1848 to 1853 he attended high school in Wittenberg . He then studied theology and philology in Halle an der Saale . In 1856 Winter passed his first theological exam. In the same year he joined the pedagogy of the monastery “Our Dear Women” (UL Fr.) in Magdeburg . He taught there until 1862 when he moved to Schönebeck on the Elbe as a deacon . From 1875 he worked as a pastor in Altenweddingen until his death.
An incomplete selection of his works, u. a .:
The Cistercians of Northeastern Germany - A Contribution to the Church and Cultural History of the German Middle Ages , Perthes, Gotha 1868–1871.
- Part I: The Cistercians of northeastern Germany up to the appearance of the mendicant orders . Gotha 1868 ( full text ).
- Part II: From the appearance of the mendicant orders up to the end of the 13th century , Gotha 1871 ( full text )
- Part III: From 1300 to the Reformation , Gotha 1871 ( full text )
- The Premonstratensians of the Twelfth Century and Their Significance for Northeastern Germany. A contribution to the Christianization and Germanization of the Wendenland . Berlin 1865 ( digitized version of the Bavarian State Library).
- Gustav Hertel : Winter, Franz . In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB). Volume 44, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1898, p. 539 f.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Winter, August Franz (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German Lutheran theologian and historian|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 2, 1833|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Stolzenhain near Jüterbog|
|DATE OF DEATH||December 22, 1878|
|Place of death||Altenweddingen|