Johan Baazius the younger
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|The Most Reverend
Johannes Baazius den yngre
|Archbishop of Uppsala
Primate of Sweden
|Church||Church of Sweden|
|Consecration||19 March 1668
by Lars Stigzelius
July 13, 1626|
|Died||May 12, 1681
|Parents||Joannes Baazius the older|
|Previous post||Bishop of Växjö (1667–1673)
Bishop of Skara (1673–1677)
|Alma mater||Uppsala University|
Johan Baazius the younger was born in Jönköping July 17, 1626 as the a son of a knowledgeable theologian and bishop of Växjö. He was Archbishop of Uppsala in the Church of Sweden from 1677 to his death on May 12, 1681.
He was himself known as knowledgeable already at a young age. After further studies in Uppsala University, Königsberg University (Królewiec University) and some other universities, mainly in Germany, he was appointed teacher for the nephew of the Lord High Chancellor Peter Brahe. In 1653 he was also made court chaplain by Queen Christina. After this he held various offices, for instance as bishop of Växjö from 1667, bishop of Skara 1673, and finally archbishop of Uppsala 1677. He died suddenly in his sleep after returning from a visit to Stockholm.
Besides being knowledgeable, he was also known as a pious man who was serious about his duties.
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