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Salomo Liscow (1640, Niemitsch – 1689) was a German clergyman and hymn writer. After extensive schooling in Leipzig and Wittenberg, he was sent to Otterwisch as a pastor. He was later pastor at Bad Lausick in 1644, then diakonus at Wurzen in 1685.
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