Robert Priebsch

Robert Priebsch (1866-1935) was a German professor and philologist.

From 1898 to 1931 he was a professor at University College London. With one of his students, W. E. Collinson, he published ''The German Language'' (1934). His two-volume ''Deutsche Handschriften in England'' (Erlangen 1896-1901) is a standard in the field.

His extensive collection of books and manuscripts was left to his daughter Hannah and his son-in-law August Closs; augmented significantly by Closs, the collection included 2300 volumes of 17th to 19th-century books which now comprise the Priebsch-Closs collection of the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies in London.

His correspondence with Elias von Steinmeyer was edited and published by Closs. Provided by Wikipedia
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