Georg Emmerich (physician)
Emmerich came from a Silesian patrician family that was initially active in Görlitz. His father Georg (1609-May 1672) comes from Friedberg and was active in Königsberg. His mother's name was Barbara Grünberger and was the widow of the church minister in Kneiphof David Stagnetus. Emmerich had attended school in Königsberg's old town and in 1683 began studying medicine at the University of Königsberg . On December 12, 1692 he received his doctorate in medicine from the University of Leiden .
Returned to Königsberg in 1693, he became an associate professor at the medical faculty. In 1710 he was promoted to fourth full professor, in 1711 third professor and in 1713 second full professor. In this capacity he also took part in the organizational tasks of the Königsberg University and was rector of the Alma Mater in the winter semesters 1715/16, 1719/20 and 1723/24 . In addition, as a city councilor in Löben, he was not involved in the municipal tasks of the city. He became mayor of Löbenicht and in 1724 the third mayor of Königsberg's old town.
From his marriage in November 1695 to Dorothea Pöpping, Georg Raakmann's widow, children come. We know of these
- Anna Regina married November 26, 1715 with the court judge Johann Boltz
- Barbara Dorothea († 1707, 12th years old)
- Katharina Sophia (born October 29, 1700; † 1703)
- Dissertatio Medica, De Phlebotomia, An scilicet Causam morbi tollat? Koenigsberg 1693.
- Dissertatio Medica De Ratione Et Experientia Medica. Koenigsberg 1693.
- Dissertatio Medica Sistens Theelogiam Eiusque Infusum. Koenigsberg 1698.
- Dissertatio Medica: Qua Thesium Medicarum Pentas Et totidem Paradoxorum, Sub Umbone Numinis Altissimi Consensu Amplissimi Medicorum Ordinis In Academia Albertina. Koenigsberg 1698.
- Dissertatio Medica De Morbo Marino Navigantibus Prima Inprimis Vice Familiari. Koenigsberg 1700.
- Dissertatio physico-medica de frigore correptis. Koenigsberg 1701.
- Exercitatio physico-medica, de duumviratu Helmontiano. Koenigsberg 1702.
- Disputatio Medica Proponens Concionatorum Diætam Seu Sanitatis Conservationem. Königsberg 1704 ( online )
- Dissertatio medica, de febre virginum amatoria ex amore. Koenigsberg 1708.
- Dissertationum medicarum de connubio Astraeae cum Apolline, circa medicinam forensem, prima de inspectione cadaveris in genere, Von der Obduction. Koenigsberg 1710.
- Dissertationum medicarum de connubio Astraeae cum Apolline circa medicinam forensem, secunda, de vulnere lethali in genere, From a fatal wound. Koenigsberg 1711.
- Dissertatio medica de usu et abusu medicinae. Koenigsberg 1713.
- Dissertationum medicarum de connubio Astraeae cum Apolline circa medicinam forensem tertia. De vulneribus lethalibus, in specie, Von Födlichen Wunden. Koenigsberg 1713, 1715.
- Writings that appear in the literature, however, cannot be traced.
- De concionatorum diaeta
- De inspiratione
- De febre virginum, amatoria,
- De frigore correptis,
- Daniel Heinrich Arnoldt : Detailed and documented history of the Königsberg University. Part 2, Johann Heinrich Hartung, Königsberg in Prussia 1746, pp. 312, 316, 318, 329, FZ 14.
- Christian Gottlieb Jöcher : General Scholar Lexicon, Darinne the scholars of all classes, both male and female, who lived from the beginning of the world to the present day, and made themselves known to the learned world, After their birth, life, remarkable stories, Withdrawals and writings from the most credible scribes are described in alphabetical order. Volume 2, Verlag Johann Friedrich Gleditsch, Leipzig 1750, Sp. 338.
- J. Gallandi: Königsberg city families. In: Rudolf Reinicke, Ernst Wichert: Old Prussian monthly new series. Ferdinand Beyer, Königsberg in Pr. 1882, p. 178.
- Georg Christoph Pisanski: Draft of a Prussian literary history in four books. Hartung Verlag, Königsberg 1886, p. 622.
- August Hirsch, E. Gurlt: Biographical lexicon of outstanding doctors of all times and peoples. Volume 2, Urban & Schwarzenberg, Vienna / Leipzig 1885, p. 281.
- Klaus Bürger : Old Prussian biography . Volume 5, Part 1, Verlag Elwert, Marburg / Lahn 2000, ISBN 3-7708-0502-X , p. 164.
- different dates of birth and death; * May 5, 1672; † May 10, 1727.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German medic|
|DATE OF BIRTH||July 13, 1665|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Königsberg (Prussia)|
|DATE OF DEATH||May 11, 1727|
|Place of death||Königsberg (Prussia)|