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Nägelsbach, Karl Friedrich

A German classical scholar, born near Nuremberg in 1806. He became Professor in the University of Erlangen in 1842; and died in 1859. He wrote Die homerische Theologie (1861); Die nachhomerische Theologie (1857); and edited the Agamemnon of Aeschylus (ed. by List, 1863); but is best known by his elaborate treatise, Lateinische Stilistik (1846; last ed. by I. Müller, 1890).

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