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Kultus Minister of Denmark

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Kultus Minister of Denmark

The Kultus Minister of Denmark (Danish: Kultusminister) was a Danish minister office. The responsibilities of the minister was the church, culture and education. The word kultus is Latin for adoration, from which the words culture and cult are derived.

In 1916 the office was split up into an Education Minister and a Church Minister. The new Church Minister had responsibility for culture, a task transferred to the Minister for Cultural Affairs in 1961.

List of Kultus Ministers

There may or may not have been Kultus Ministers before Denmark became a constitutional monarchy in 1848
Name Birth—Death Held Position
Ditlev Gothard Monrad 1811–1887 22 March 1848 – 15 November 1848
Johan Nicolai Madvig 1804–1886 16 November 1848 – 7 December 1851
Peter Georg Bang 1797–1861 7 December 1851 – 3 June 1852
Carl Frederik Simony 1806–1872 3 June 1852 – 21 April 1853
Anders Sandøe Ørsted 1778–1860 21 April 1853 – 12 December 1854
Carl Christian Hall 1812–1888 12 December 1854 – 6 May 1859
Ditlev Gothard Monrad 1811–1887 6 May 1859 – 2 December 1859
Vilhem August Borgen 1801–1884 2 December 1859 – 24 February 1860
Ditlev Gothard Monrad 1811–1887 24 February 1860 – 31 December 1863
Christian Thorning Engelstoft 1805–1889 31 December 1863 – 11 July 1864
Eugenius Sophus Ernst Heltzen 1818–1898 11 July 1864 – 30 March 1865
Georg Joachim Quaade 1813–1889 30 March 1865 – 7 April 1865
Cosmus Bræstrup 1789–1870 7 April 1865 – 6 November 1865
Christian Peter Theodor Rosenørn–Teilmann 1817–1879 6 November 1865 - 4 September 1867
Peter Christian Kjerkegaard 1805–1888 4 September 1867 – 6 March 1868
Christian Andreas Fonnesbech 1817–1880 6 March 1868 – 15 March 1868
Aleth Sophus Hansen 1817–1889 15 March 1868 – 22 September 1869
Ernst Emil Rosenørn 1810–1894 22 September 1869 – 28 May 1870
Carl Christian Hall 1812–1888 28 May 1870 – 14 July 1874
Jens Jacob Asmussen Worsaae 1821–1885 14 July 1874 – 11 June 1875
Johan Christian Henrik Fischer 1814–1885 11 June 1875 – 24 August 1880
Jacob Frederik Scavenius 1833–1915 24 August 1880 – 6 July 1891
Johannes Magnus Valdemar Nellemann 1831–1906 6 July 1891 – 10 July 1891
August Hermann Ferdinand Carl Goos 1835–1917 10 July 1891 – 7 August 1894
Vilhelm Bardenfleth 1850–1933 7 August 1894 – 23 May 1897
Hans Valdemar Sthyr 1838–1905 23 May 1897 – 27 April 1900
Jens Jacobsen Kokholm Bjerre 1847–1901 27 April 1900 – 24 July 1901
Jens Christian Christensen 1856–1930 24 July 1901 – 14 January 1905
Enevold Frederik Adolf Sørensen 1850–1920 14 January 1905 – 28 October 1909
Michael Cosmus Bornemann Nielsen 1847–1930 28 October 1909 – 5 July 1910
Jacob Christian Lindberg Appel 1866–1931 5 July 1910 – 21 June 1913
Søren Keiser-Nielsen 1856–1926 21 June 1913 – 30 March 1920

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