Eduard Sievers

Eduard Sievers. Eduard Sievers (25 November 1850, Lippoldsberg – 30 March 1932, Leipzig) was a philologist of the classical and Germanic languages. Sievers was one of the ''Junggrammatiker'' of the so-called "Leipzig School". He was one of the most influential historical linguists of the late nineteenth century. He is known for his recovery of the poetic traditions of Germanic languages such as Anglo-Saxon and Old Saxon, as well as for his discovery of Sievers' law. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Sievers, Eduard Wilhelm
Published 1847
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by Sievers, Eduard Wilhelm
Published 1851
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by Sievers, Eduard Wilhelm
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by Shakespeare, William 1564-1616
Published 1851
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by Sievers, Eduard Wilhelm
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by Shakespeare, William
Published 1853
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by Shakespeare, William
Published 1855
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by Sievers, Eduard Wilhelm
Published 1866
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by Sievers, Eduard Wilhelm
Published 1866
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by Sievers, Eduard
Published 1870
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by Sievers, Eduard
Published 1870
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by Thomsen, Vilhelm, 1842-1927.
Published 1870
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by Thomsen, Vilhelm
Published 1870
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by Sievers, Eduard
Published 1870
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by Sievers, Eduard 1850-1932
Published 1870
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by Thomsen, Wilhelm
Published 1870
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by Sievers, Eduard 1850-1932
Published 1870
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