HOLY FATHERS: Gregory the Great, Gregory Nazianzen, Hesychius, Hippolytus, Theodoret.
REFORMED: Brandmüller, Calvin, Cocceius, Junius, Lavater, Œcolampadius, Polanus, Strigelius, Szegedinus. English: William Greenhill.
HEBREWS: מראית אלהים of Moshe Alschish, מרכבת יחזקאל of Rabbi Joseph Geatilia, מרכבת of Rabbi Chanok.
Let the Interpreters of the Books of the Old Testament be added.
 William Greenhill (1591-1671) was one of the English Independents at the Westminster Assembly. His lectures on Ezekiel are preserved in five volumes. Templum Ezechielis, sive in IX postrema prophetæ capita commentarius. Matthias Hefenreffer (1561-1619) was a German Lutheran theologian, serving as Professor of Theology at Tubingen (1592-1619).  Johann Pappus (1549-1610) was a German Lutheran theologian. He served as Professor of Hebrews (1568-1578), and then Professor of Theology (1578-1610), at Strassburg. Pappus commented on all the Prophets.  Jerome Prado (1547-1595) was a Spanish Jesuit, serving as Professor of Divinity at Cordova. He worked on his commentary on Ezekiel for sixteen year until his death; it was finished by Villalpando.  Girolamo Savonarola (1452-1498) was an Italian Dominican and popular preacher in Renaissance Florence. He is most remembered for his eschatological thought, and predictions of imminent civic glory. During a time of unrest, he was the de facto ruler of Florence, as it sought to establish a popular republic. Although Savonarola’s efforts proved abortive, resulting in his imprisonment and execution, his followers kept his dream of republican freedom alive well after his death. Savonarola preached a series of sermons from Ezekiel.  John Baptist Villalpando (1552-1608) was a Spanish Jesuit. He is noteworthy for his interest in architecture and fascination with Ezekiel’s Temple vision.