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Heinrich Baron von Zeissberg (1839–1899)

Zeissberg, Heinrich, Baron von (zīs’bãrG). An Austrian writer of history; born at Vienna, July 8, 1839; died on May 27, 1899. He was appointed professor of history in the University of Vienna, 1873. His principal writings are: ‘Arno, First Archbishop of Salzburg’ (1863); ‘Polish Historiography in the Middle Ages’ (1873); ‘Minor Sources of Polish History in the Middle Ages’ (1877); ‘Belgium under the General Statthaltership of the Archduke Karl’ (1893).