Fleming, Paul (1609–1640)

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Paul Fleming (1609 – 1640), also spelt Flemming, was a German physician and poet. As well as writing notable verse and hymns, he spent several years accompanying the Duke of Holstein’s embassies to Russia and Persia. He also lived for a year at Reval on the coast of Estonia, where he wrote many love-songs. Wikipedia


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