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August Wilhelm Zumpt (1815–1877)

Zumpt, August Wilhelm (tsömpt). A German classical philologist, nephew of Karl; born at Königsberg, Dec. 4, 1815; died at Berlin, April 22, 1877. His studies had to do mainly with Roman epigraphy in its relation to history. His principal works are: ‘The Ancyran Monument’ (1845); ‘Epigraphical Notes’ (2 vols., 1850–54); ‘Roman Studies’ (1859); ‘Criminal Law under the Roman Republic’ (4 vols., 1865–69); ‘The Birth-Year of Christ’ (1869); ‘Criminal Trials under the Roman Republic.’