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Franz von Miklosich (1813–1891)

Miklosich, Franz von (mik’lō-ziċh). The founder of Slavic philology; born near Luttenberg, Styria, Nov. 20, 1813; died at Vienna, March 7, 1891. He was member of the Reichstag (1848); professor of Slavic philology at Vienna (1850–86); life member of the Reichstag (1862). He published: ‘Comparative Grammar of the Slavic Languages’ (1852–74); ‘Dialects and Wanderings of the Gipsies of Europe’ (1872–77); ‘Etymological Dictionary of the Slavic Languages’ (1886); etc.