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Ernst Julius August Zacher (1816–1887)

Zacher, Ernst Julius August (tsä’ċher). A German antiquary; born at Obernigk, Feb. 15, 1816; died on March 23, 1887, at Halle where he was professor of German philology. His principal works are: ‘Ulfilas’s Gothic Alphabet and the Runic Alphabet’ (1855); ‘German Proverbs’ (1852); ‘History of the Palgravine Genoveva’ (1860); ‘Pseudo-Calisthenes’ (1867), dealing with the Alexander myth.