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After being briefly active in Hebrew philology and interpreting the Old Testament Fagius died from plague in 1549, and was buried in St Margaret's Church, Cambridge. Under Queen [[Mary I of England|Mary's]] Catholic restoration, his remains were exhumed and burnt (as were Bucer's); in 1560 a memorial was again set up to him.
 
===Works===
 
====Latin translations from Hebrew====
*Pirḳe Abot (1541)
*Levita's "Tishbi" (1541)
*David Ḳimḥi's commentary on Psalms, ch. i.-x. (1544)
 
====Editions====
*[[Targum Onḳelos]] (1546)
 
====Original Works====
*Exegesis of the first four chapters of Genesis (1542)
*Elementary Hebrew grammar (1543)