Johann Christian Siebenkees (1753–1841) was a German jurist, poet, and writer. He was a cousin of the philosopher Johann Philipp Siebenkees.
|Name||Siebenkees, Johann Christian|
|Date of birth||1753|
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|Date of death||1841|
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