Matthäus Aurogallus (1490 – November 10, 1543), also known as Matthäus Goldhahn, was a German linguist.
Born in Komotau, Bohemia, he served as Professor of Hebrew at the University of Wittenberg and was a colleague of Philipp Melanchthon and Martin Luther. He assisted Luther in the revision of the reformer's translation of the Old Testament.
He died at Wittenberg.
- Hebräisch und chaldäisch Grammatik (1523-25, 1531)
- Chronik der Herzöge uund Könige von Böhmen
- Hebräisch historisch-geographisches Reallexicon (1526–1539)
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