Ericus Schroderus

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Not to be confused with Ericus Benedicti Schroderus (translator, c. 1570s – 1647).

Ericus Johannis Schroderus (ca. 1608 – 1639, Upsaliensis) was a Swedish philologist and historian, living in Uppsala.

He compiled the first dictionary which included Finnish as an entry language. Lexicon Latino-Sondicum ("Latin-Scandinavian Dictionary") was published in 1637. Its other entries are in Latin, Swedish and German.

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