Johann Ernst Immanuel Walch
Walch studied Semitic languages , science and mathematics in Jena. 1750 he was an associate professor of theology in 1754 full professor of logic and metaphysics, 1759 Rhetoric and Poetics.
In the summer semester 1760 he was rector of the University of Jena.
Walch was editor of the magazine The naturalist (1774-1778) and 1749-1756 co-editor of the newspapers of learned things.
Already in 1771 led Walch a trilobite in the name of his geological writings, but these could only generally interspersed in science at the beginning of the 19th century. ( Walch, JEI 1771st The natural history of the fossils to explain the Knorrischen collection of curiosities of nature. Nuremberg). His geological and fossil collection is preserved as part of the Geological Collection of the Friedrich Schiller University Jena
- Introduction to the harmony of the Gospels
- Diatribe de ortu et progressu artis criticae apud veteres romanos ( 1747 )
- Dissertationes in Acta Apostolorum (1756-1761)
- De arte critica veterum Romanorum (1757 )
- The natural history of the fossils to explain the Knorrischen collection of curiosities of nature. Nuremberg 1771
- Antiquitales symbolicae ( 1772)
- Observationes in Matthaeum ex Graecis inscriptionibus (1779 ).