99 In Memoriam Prof. Dr Joseph Engels Unexpectedly for his friends Prof. Dr Joseph Engels passed away on December igth, 1975. From the very beginning Prof. Engels has been a stimulating member of the Editorial Board, so that we have lost in him not only an energetic editor, but one of the founders of our journal as well. Joseph Engels was born on December 27th, 19°9 in Rotterdam. From 1930 to 1932 he studied philosophy in the Benedictine Abbies of Amay (B.) and Bonne-Esperance (B.) and, after leaving monastic life, from 1934 to 1938 Romance languages at the University of Leiden. He finished his studies in 1945 cum laude with a doctoral thesis entitled Etudes sur l'Ovide moralisé. During the years 1945 and 1946 Engels stayed in Paris and studied at the Sorbonne, in the Ecole pratique des Hautes etudes and the #colt de phonetique de l'Universite de Paris. After that period he devoted himself for several years to secondary-school education and the training of secondary-school teachers, doing so in addition to his scholarly work. In 1958 he was appointed reader (lector) in Vulgar and Mediaeval Latin at the State University of Utrecht and in 1963 full professor
Vivarium – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1975
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