Richard Sharp was once described as being possibly the most popular man living in Regency London. He rose from the ranks of being a humble hatter to becoming a prosperous merchant, poet, critic and a ‘force for change’. He achieved dizzying success in numerous areas of his life and counted among his personal friends most ..
1777 – Born on October 11th in Lyon, France. 1793 – Entered the École des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris and began to study at the newly created École Centrale des Travaux Publics which had opened that year. 1796 – He graduated from was admitted to the Corps des Ponts et Chaussées. ..
1786 – Born on February 24th in Hanau, Germany. German folklorist, noted for "Grimm’s Fairy Tales". 1806 – He began studying in Marburg. 1812 – Wilhelm Grimm, Jacob Grimm and Gorres published Children’s and Household Tales, where Snow White and the Seven Dwarves and Hansel and Gretel first appeared. 1814 – He was named Secretary ..
1829 – Born on January 3rd in Germany. 1859 – Worked as a teacher and later become the Director of the Archigynasium in Soest. 1861 – Married to Adeline Jakob. 1869 – Was the Gynasium director in Schleiz. 1876 – Was the director of the Royal Gynasium in Hersfeld. 1911 – Died on August 11th ..
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1505 – Lodovico Castelvetro was born near Modena, Duchy of Modena. A dominant literary critic of the Italian Renaissance, particularly noted for his translation of and independently rendered conclusions from Aristotle’s Poetics. 1560 – A quarrel with the poet Annibale Caro, initiated by Castelvetro’s criticism of one of Caro’s canzoni, erupted into a major literary ..
1849 – Born on March 16th. in Wiesbaden, Nassau, Germany. German linguist who gained a position of preeminence in comparative Indo-European linguistics during the late 19th and early 20th centuries as a result of his comprehensive and still-authoritative research in this field. 1876 – His own contribution to establishing the ascendancy of the Neogrammarian position ..
1791 – He was born on the 14th of September in Mainz, archbishopric of Mainz (Germany.) 1816 – Bopp’s first important work, Über das Conjugationssystem der Sanskritsprache (On the System of Conjugation in Sanskrit), foreshadowed his major achievement. 1820 – He extended the study to include the other grammatical parts. 1821 – Professor of Oriental ..
1855 – Bloomfield was born on 23rd of February in Bielitz, Austrian Silesia (Poland). American Sanskrit scholar. 1867 – He went to the United States, and ten years later graduated from Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina. – Studied Sanskrit at Yale, under W. D. Whitney, and at Johns Hopkins University. 1881 – Worked ..