Hermann Möller

Hermann Möller (13 January 1850 in Hjerpsted, Denmark – 5 October 1923 in Copenhagen) was a Danish linguist noted for his work in favor of a genetic relationship between the Indo-European and Semitic language families and his version of the laryngeal theory.

Möller grew up in North Frisia after its conquest by Germany in the German–Danish War of 1864 and attended German universities (Pulsiano and Treharne 2001:447). He began teaching Germanic philology at the University of Copenhagen in 1883 and continued to do so for over thirty-five years (ib.). Also in 1883, he published ''Das altenglische Volksepos in der ursprünglichen strophischen Form'', 'The Old English Folk Epic in the Original Strophic Form', in which he argued, among other things, that ''Beowulf'' had been composed in a fixed meter which was corrupted by later poets (ib.). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Gisenius, Johannes 1577-1658
Published 1617
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by Möller, Hermann 1625-1632?
Published 1632
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by Moller, Hermann
Published 1658
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by Möller Hermann
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by Möller, Hermann
Published 1875
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by Möller, Hermann 1850-1923
Published 1875
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by Möller, Hermann
Published 1880
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by Möller, Hermann
Published 1883
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by Möller Hermann
Published 1883
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by Möller, Hermann
Published 1883
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by Möller, Hermann
Published 1883
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by Möller, Hermann
Published 1883
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by Möller, Hermann 1850-1923
Published 1883
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by Möller, Hermann
Published 1883
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by Möller, Hermann
Published 1883
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by Möller, Hermann
Published 1883
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by Breymann, Hermann
Published 1884
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Published 1885
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by Breymann, Hermann
Published 1886
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Published 1887
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