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Abraham Gotthelf Kaestner (1719–1800)

Kaestner, Abraham Gotthelf (kest’ner). A German poet; born at Leipsic, Sept. 27, 1719; died at Göttingen, June 20, 1800. Though a learned mathematician, he is best known by his witty and caustic ‘Epigrams’ (1781; 2 vols., 1800).