Johann Georg Graevius

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Johann Georg Graevius
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  2435
First nameFirst name(s) of the person. Johann Georg
Last nameLast name of the person. Graevius
Also known asAlternative names. Greffe, Grava
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Birth dateBirth date: day - month - year. January 29, 1632
Birth placePlace of birth of the person Namburg 51° 9' 9.22" N, 11° 48' 35.71" E
Death dateDeath date: day - month - year. January 11, 1703
Death placePlace of death of the person Utrecht 52° 4' 51.56" N, 5° 7' 39.65" E
KeywordKeywords for the person philologist, jurist, professor
LinkLink to external information, e.g. Wikpedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann Georg Graevius
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Primary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
Graevius 16971697monographThesaurus græcarum antiquitatum. Volumen Primum
Graevius 16991699monographThesaurus græcarum antiquitatum. Volumen Octavum
Graevius - Burman 17231723monographThesaurus Antiquitatum et Historiarum Siciliae, quo continentur rarissimi et optimi quique scriptores qui nobilissimarum insularum Siciliae, Sardiniae, Corsicae et adjacentium Situm, Res gestas, Antiquitates et Imperiorum vicissitudines memoriae prodiderunt, VI-VIII
Secondary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
Perizonius 16851685monographAnimadversiones historicae
Waquet 19891989journalCollections et érudition au XVIIe siècle. L’exemple de Charles Patin
Gallo 20072007journalIl 'Thesaurus Antiquitatum et Historiarum Italiae, Neapolis, Siciliae, Sardiniae, Corsicae, Melitae” di Johan Georg Graevius