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Johann Kaspar Zeuss (1806–1856)

Zeuss, Johann Kaspar (tsois). A German philologist and writer of history; born at Vogtendorf in Upper Franconia, July 22, 1806; died there, Nov. 10, 1856. Among his works are: ‘The Germans and the Neighbor Stocks’ (1837); ‘The Descent of the Bavarians from the Marcomanni’ (1839); ‘Witzenburg Traditions and Possessions’ (1842); ‘The Free Imperial City of Spires from its Destruction’ (1843); ‘Celtic Grammar’ (two vols., 1853), his greatest work.