Mihály Salbeck

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Salbeck Mihály (May 9, 1709 in Petris Iaşi Moldavia, (today Romania) – February 25, 1758 in Gyulafehérvár, Transylvania (today Alba Iulia Romania)) was a doctor of philosophy, priest of the Society of Jesus, teacher, brother of Ferenc Salbeck and Károly Salbeck.

Life[edit]

He was the son of Máté Salbeck salt trader. He got a membership at the Society of Jesus in 1726 and taught human, real and teological studies in Kolozsvár and Gyulafehérvár (Cluj Napoca and Alba Iulia respectively.

Works[edit]

  • Septi-collis Dacia in octavo colle beata, gesti Haller de Hallerkő devoto. Honoribus... Neo-baccalaureorum... 1735. Claudiopoli.
  • Príma quinque Saecula Regni Mariani Apostolici ethice adumbrata... Claudiopoli, 1746.
  • Vera apostolicorum virorum idea. Dicata honoribus spectabilium... dominorum dum in... S. J. academia Claudiopolitana suprema aa. ll. & philosophiae laurea insignirentur... anno 1746. Claudiopoli.

Sources[edit]

  • Szinnyei, József (2000), Magyar írók élete és munkái [Life and Works of Hungarian Writers] (in Hungarian), Budapest: Arcanum, ISBN 978-9638602992