Hermann von RohdenHermann von Rohden (21 February 1852, Barmen – 21 February 1916, Haguenau) was a German educator and classical archaeologist known for his analyses of ancient Roman terracotta artifacts.
He studied classical philology, art history and archaeology at the Universities of Bonn (1871/72) and Leipzig (1873/74). As a student, he was influenced by archaeologist Reinhard Kekulé von Stradonitz, philologists Franz Bücheler and Hermann Usener and art historian Anton Springer. Following graduation, with a travel grant from the German Archaeological Institute, he embarked on a study trip to Italy and Greece. After his return to Germany, he worked as a schoolteacher in Hagenau, where in 1899 he attained the title of ''Gymnasialprofessor''. Provided by Wikipedia