Ernest Gottlieb Sihler
Ernest Gottlieb Sihler (1853–1942) was a Professor of Classics at [New York University]. Born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, he was the son of Lutheran missionary Wilhelm Sihler and great-uncle to And...
Jozef IJsewijn
Jozef A. M. K. IJsewijn (Zwijndrecht, 30 December 1932 — Leuven, 27 November 1998) was a Belgian Latinist. He studied classical philology at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, where he became a profe...
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Ludvig Vibe
Frederik Ludvig Vibe (26 September 1803 – 21 June 1881) was a Norwegian classical philologist and educator. He was Professor of Greek language at the Royal Frederick University from 1838.He was born i...
Louis Marie Quicherat
Louis-Marie Quicherat (1799–1884) was a French Latinist best known for his Latin Dictionary. He is referenced in the short story "Funes the Memorious" by Jorge Luis Borges.
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Nicolae Iorga
Nicolae Iorga ([nikoˈla.e ˈjorɡa]; sometimes Neculai Iorga, Nicolas Jorga, Nicolai Jorga or Nicola Jorga, born Nicu N. Iorga; January 17, 1871 – November 27, 1940) was a Romanian historian, politician...
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Hans Ørberg
Hans Henning Ørberg (April 21, 1920 – February 17, 2010) was born in Denmark and received a master's degree in English, French and Latin at the University of Copenhagen. He dedicated a great part of h...
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Ciriaco de' Pizzicolli
Ciriaco de' Pizzicolli or Cyriacus of Ancona (31 July 1391 — 1453/55) was a restlessly itinerant Italian humanist and antiquarian who came from a prominent family of merchants in Ancona. Sometimes he...
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Herbert Bloch
Herbert Bloch (18 August 1911 – 6 September 2006) was professor emeritus of Classics at Harvard and a renowned authority on Greek historiography, Roman epigraphy and archaeology, medieval monasticism,...
Ruben of Dairinis
Rubin of Dairinis (died 725) was an Irish scholar. He was, along with Cú Chuimne of Iona, responsible for the great compendium known as Collectio canonum Hibernensis (Irish collection of Canon law).
Juan de Iriarte
Juan de Iriarte (15 December 1701 - 23 August 1771) was a Spanish writer, French and English translator in the Royal Chancery, Hellenist and latinist.
Born at Puerto de la Orotava, now Puerto de l...
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Harold Whetstone Johnston
Harold Whetstone Johnston (1859-1912) was a classical historian and Professor of Latin at Indiana University who is most famous for writing The Private Life of the Romans.
Jules Marouzeau
Jules Marouzeau (1878–1964) was a French philologist.
Peter Luder
Peter Luder (1415–1472), a professor of Latin at the University of Heidelberg from 1456, was the first to introduce humanist ideas in the university.
Eric Otto Winstedt
Eric Otto Winstedt (1880, Oxford – January 29, 1955), or more commonly E. O. Winstedt, was a Latinist and gypsiologist. He translated Latin works to English, e. g. Marcus Tullius Cicero's letters to A...
Jakob Balde
Jakob Balde (January 4, 1604 – August 9, 1668), a German Latinist, was born at Ensisheim in Alsace.Driven from Alsace by the marauding bands of Count Mansfeld, he fled to Ingolstadt where he began ...
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Joseph Scottus
Joseph or Josephus Scottus (died between 791 and 804), called the Deacon, was an Irish scholar, diplomat, poet, and ecclesiastic, a minor figure in the Carolingian Renaissance. He has been cited as an...
Knut Bergsland
Knut Bergsland (7 March 1914 – 9 July 1998) was a Norwegian linguist. Working as a professor at the University of Oslo from 1947 to 1981, he did groundbreaking research in Uralic (especially Sami) and...
Ludvig Cæsar Martin Aubert
Ludvig Cæsar Martin Aubert (1807 – 1887) was a Norwegian philologist.He was born in Christianssand as a son of Benoni Aubert and Jakobine Henriette Thaulow and a second cousin of Latin philologist Lud...
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Reginald Foster (Latinist)
Reginald Foster O.C.D. (born November 14, 1939 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is an American Catholic priest and friar of the Order of Discalced Carmelites. He formerly worked in the "Latin Letters" section...
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Emil Schreiner
Emil Theodor Schreiner (26 November 1831 – 15 November 1910) was a Norwegian philologist and educator.
Schreiner was born in Christiania (now called Oslo) in 1831. He was the son of merchant Peter...
Antonio de Nebrija
Antonio de Nebrija (1441 – 5 July 1522), also known as Antonio de Lebrija, Elio Antonio de Lebrija, Antonius Nebrissensis, and Antonio of Lebrixa, was a Spanish Renaissance scholar. He was a teacher, ...
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Johan Peter Weisse
Johan Peter Weisse (13 August 1832 – 7 March 1886) was a Norwegian philologist.
He was born in Fluberg as a son of physician Joachim Frederik Weisse and his wife Grethe Fleischer. His grandfather ...
George Martin Lane
George Martin Lane (December 24, 1823–June 30, 1897), American scholar, was born at Charlestown, Massachusetts.He graduated in 1846 at Harvard, and in 1847-1851 studied at the universities of Be...
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Frederik Moltke Bugge
Frederik Moltke Bugge (23 September 1806 – 9 July 1853) was a Norwegian philologist and educator.
He was born in Trondhjem as a son of bishop Peter Olivarius Bugge (1764–1849) and Cathrine Magdale...
Martin Bauzer
Martin Bauzer (11 November 1595 – 23 December 1668), also known as Martin Bavčer (other spellings: Martin Baučer, Martin Bavčar), was a historian from Gorizia who wrote in Latin.Ba...
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Giorgio Valla
Giorgio Valla (1447–1500) was an Italian academic, mathematician, philologist and translator.
Charles Brink
Charles Oscar Brink FBA (born Karl Oskar Levy, 13 March 1907 - 2 March 1994) was a German academic, Kennedy Professor of Latin at Cambridge University and fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambri...
Wilhelm Henzen
Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Henzen (January 24, 1816 – January 27, 1887) was a German philologist and epigraphist born in Bremen.He studied philology at the Universities of Bonn and Berlin, afterwar...
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