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Josef Dobrovský (1753–1829)

Dobrovský, Josef (dō-brov’skē). An eminent Bohemian critic, literary historian, and philologist; born in Gyermet, Hungary, Aug. 17, 1753; died in Brünn, Jan. 6, 1829. His ‘History of the Bohemian Language and Literature’ (1792); ‘Principles of the Old Slavic Dialect’ (1822); ‘Grammar of the Bohemian Language’; and similar works, are all characterized by accuracy and sound judgment.