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Jebb, Richard Claverhouse

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Author(s): Wenzel, Antonia
British classical philologist. Born Dundee 27. 8. 1841; died Cambridge 9. 12. 1905. Attended Charterhouse School in London; from 1858, student at Trinity College, Cambridge. 1862 Senior Classic; 1865 MA; 1865–1875 assistant tutor, from 1872 tutor. 1875–1889 prof. of Greek at Glasgow; 1889–1905 Regius Prof. of Greek at Cambridge; from 1892 also working at other univs. (Baltimore, Oxford). Member of various commissions, numerous honours from British and North American univs. (Harvard, Wales, Oxford, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow). Knighted 1900; Order of Merit 1905. Career J., born…

Heiberg, Johan Ludvig

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Author(s): Wenzel, Antonia
Danish classical philologist and historian of mathematics. Born Aalborg 27. 11. 1854, died 4. 1. 1928. Studied classical philology at Copenhagen from 1871, doctorate there 1879. From 1883, member of the Danish Academy of Sciences, 1902–1913 its secretary. 1884–1895 headmaster of the Borgerdydskole in Østerbro; 1896–1924 ¶ prof. of classical philology and ancient history at Copenhagen, univ. rector 1915/16. Work and influence H., son of the physicist Laege H., owed his acquaintance with the work of Søren Kierkegaard to his mother; he published Kierkegaard’s…

Vallauri, Tommaso

(425 words)

Author(s): Wenzel, Antonia
Italian classical philologist. Born Chiusa Pesio (Piedmont) 23. 1. 1805, died Rome 2. 9. 1897. Initial tuition in Italian literature and religion from his father; 1815–1817 school in Mondovì, then private tuition. 1817–1820 seminary; from 1820 studied law, then literature¶ at Turin. Graduated 1823. 1823/24 prof. of rhetoric in Alba; 1824–1825 schoolteacher in Mondovì, 1825–1830 in Fossano, 1830–1835 Latin teacher in Vercelli. 1836 prof. of Latin at Univ. of Turin; from 1838 deputy prof. of rhetoric at Univ. of Turin; from 1843 prof. o…

Grimal, Pierre

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Author(s): Wenzel, Antonia
French classical philologist. Born Paris 21. 11. 1912, died there 11. 10. 1996. 1933–1935 studied at the École normale supérieure, graduating with teaching degree in classical languages ( agrégation); 1935–1937 member of the École française de Rome; 1937–1941 Latin teacher at Lycée de Rennes. 1941–1945 prof. of Latin philology at Univ. of Caen; 1946–1952 prof. of Latin philology at Univ. of Bordeaux; from 1952 prof. of Latin philology and Roman culture at the Sorbonne, Paris. 1964 chevalier de la Légion d’honneur; from 1975 member of the Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres. Wo…

Vallauri, Tommaso

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Author(s): Wenzel, Antonia
Ital. Klass. Philologe. Geb. am 23. 1. 1805 in Chiusa Pesio (Piemont), gest. am 2. 9. 1897 in Rom. Zunächst vom Vater in ital. Literatur und in Religion unterrichtet; 1815–1817 Schulbesuch in Mondovì, dann Privatunterricht; 1817–1820 Seminarschule; ab 1820 Jura-, dann Literaturstudium in Turin; 1823 Examen. 1823/24 Rhetorikprof. in Alba; 1824–1825 Gymnasialprof. in Mondovì, 1825–1830 in Fossano, 1830–1835 für lat. Sprache in Vercelli. 1836 Prof. für lat. Sprache an der Univ. Turin; ab 1838 Vertr…

Jebb, Richard Claverhouse

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Author(s): Wenzel, Antonia
Brit. Klass. Philologe. Geb. am 27. 8. 1841 in Dundee; gest. am 9. 12. 1905 in Cambridge. Schüler u. a. der Charterhouse School in London; ab 1858 Student am Trinity College in Cambridge; 1862 Senior Classic; 1865 M. A.; 1865–1875 Assistant Tutor, ab 1872 Tutor. 1875–1889 Prof. für Gräzistik in Glasgow; 1889–1905 Regius Prof. of Greek in Cambridge; ab 1892 auch Tätigkeiten an anderen Univ. (Baltimore, Oxford). Mitglied verschiedener Kommissionen, zahlreiche Ehrenwürden von brit. und nordamerikan…

Heiberg, Johan Ludvig

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Author(s): Wenzel, Antonia
Dän. Klass. Philologe und Mathematikhistoriker. Geb. am 27. 11. 1854 in Aalborg, gest. am 4. 1. 1928. Ab 1871 Studium der Klass. Phil. in Kopenhagen, 1879 Prom. ebda. Ab 1883 Mitglied der Dän. Akad. der Wiss., 1902–1913 deren Redakteur. 1884–1895 Direktor des Gymnasiums Borgerdydskole in Østerbro; 1896–1924 Prof. der Klass. Phil. und Alten Gesch. in Kopenhagen, 1915/16 Univ.-Rektor. Werk und Wirkung H., Sohn des Physikers Laege H., verdankte seiner Mutter die Beschäftigung mit Søren Kierkegaard, dessen Werke er 1901 mit ehemaligen Studienfreunden hera…

Grimal, Pierre

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Author(s): Wenzel, Antonia
Franz. Klass. Philologe. Geb. am 21. 11. 1912 in Paris, gest. am 11. 10. 1996 ebda. 1933–1935 Studium an der École normale supérieure, Abschluss mit dem Examen als Lehrer für die Klass. Sprachen (Agrégation); 1935–1937 Mitglied der École française in Rom; 1937–1941 Lateinlehrer am Lycée de Rennes. 1941–1945 Prof. für lat. Phil. an der Univ. Caen; 1946–1952 Prof. für lat. Phil. an der Univ. Bordeaux; ab 1952 Prof. für lat. Phil. und röm. Kultur an der Pariser Sorbonne. Ab 1964 Ritter der Ehrenlegion; ab 1975 Mitglied der Acad. des inscriptions et belles-lettres. Werk und Wirkung Nach s…