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Karl Weinhold (1823–1901)

Weinhold, Karl (vīn’hōlt). A German antiquarian; born at Reichenbach, Silesia, Oct. 26, 1823; died at Bad, Manheim, Germany, Aug. 15, 1901. He held the chair of German philology in various universities, and wrote: ‘Christmas Plays and Carols of Southern Germany and Silesia’ (1853); ‘Researches in German Dialects’ (1853); ‘Ancient Norse Life’ (1856); ‘The Giants of German Myth’ (1858); ‘Heathen Burial in Germany’ (1859); ‘German Womankind in the Middle Ages’ (2 vols., 2d ed. 1882).