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Wilhelm Sigismund Teuffel (1820–1878)

Teuffel, Wilhelm Sigismund (toi’fel). A German philologist; born at Ludwigsburg, Sept. 27, 1820; died at Tübingen, where he was professor in the university, March 8, 1878. His greatest work is the ‘History of Roman Literature’ (1870). He wrote also: ‘Exercises in Latin Style’ (1887); ‘Studies in Greek and Roman, and also in German Literary History’ (1871); and edited with notes several Greek and Roman classics.