Karl Bartsch

Karl Bartsch Karl Friedrich Adolf Konrad Bartsch (25 February 1832, in Sprottau – 19 February 1888, in Heidelberg) was a German medievalist.

He studied philology at the universities of Breslau (from 1848) and Berlin (1851/52), where he was a pupil of Wilhelm Grimm. In 1853 he received his doctorate from the University of Halle, and in 1855 began work as caretaker at the German National Museum in Nuremberg. In 1858 he was appointed professor of German and Romance philology at the University of Rostock, where he founded the first seminar for German philology. In 1871 he succeeded Adolf Holtzmann at the University of Heidelberg, where he taught till his death, shortly before what would have been his fifty-sixth birthday. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1971
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1966
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1893
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1882
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1877
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1868
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1880
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1904
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1879
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1883
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1872
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by Bartsch, Karl, 1832-1888.
Published 1861
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