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Ernst Curtius (1814–1896)

Curtius, Ernst (kör’tsē-ös). A distinguished German archæologist and historian; born at Lübeck, Sept. 2, 1814; died at Berlin, July 11, 1896. Among his studies in Grecian antiquity are: ‘Peloponnesus’ (2 vols., 1851); ‘Greek History’; ‘Olympia’; ‘The Ionians before the Ionian Migration’ (1855); ‘Attic Studies’ (1863). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).