Johann Carl Aichbühel

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Johann Carl Aichbühel (* 1598 ; † January 12, 1658 ) was rector of the University of Vienna .


Aichbühel was initially secretary of the court chamber. In 1649 he became professor of poetics and eloquence at the University of Vienna and its rector. In 1652 he was made a knight of Aichbühel. Between 1654 and 1657 he was regimental councilor.

Aichbühel was a member of the Lower Austrian land nobility; his family died out around 1770. Aichbühel is attested as the owner of the Hacking estate around 1654 . He also owned a house at Riemergasse 14 and probably the Aichbühelhof in Grinzing .

In 1961 the Aichbühelgasse in Vienna - Hietzing was named after him.