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Georg Voigt (1827–1891)

Voigt, Georg (föt). A German historian; born at Königsberg, April 5, 1827; died at Leipsic, where he was professor of history, Aug. 18, 1891. His chief works are: ‘The Renaissance of Classic Antiquity; or, The First Century of Humanism’ (1859); ‘Enea Silvio de’ Piccolomini as Pope Pius II., and his Times’ (3 vols., 1856–63); ‘Memorabilia of Giordano de Giano the Minorite’ (1870); ‘Historiography of the Expedition of Charles V. against Tunis, 1535’ (1872); ‘Maurice of Saxony, 1541–47’ (1876).