Paul Daniel Longolius

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Paul Daniel Longolius (November 1, 1704 – February 24, 1779) was the main editor of volumes 3 through 18 of Johann Heinrich Zedler's Grosses vollständiges Universal-Lexicon (an early encyclopedia) from 1733 to 1739, replacing Jacob August Franckenstein, who had edited the first two volumes. His successor was Carl Günther Ludovici.

He was born in Dresden and died in Hof.