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Wilhelm Wattenbach (1819–1897)

Wattenbach, Wilhelm (vät’ten-baċh). A German historian and palæographist; born at Ranzau, Sept. 22, 1819; died at Frankfort, Sept. 20, 1897; became professor of history at Heidelberg, 1862, and 1873 in Berlin University. He was author of ‘Contributions to the History of the Christian Church in Bohemia’ and Moravia’ (1849); ‘Introduction to Greek Palæography’ (1867); ‘Introduction to Latin Palæography’ (1869); ‘Writing in the Middle Age’s’ (1871); ‘Vacation Travels in Spain and Portugal’ (1869); ‘The Transylvanian Saxons’ (1870); ‘The Inquisition against the Waldenses in Pomerania and in the Mark of Brandenburg’ (1886); ‘The Sect of the Brethren of the Free Spirit’ (1887); ‘History of the Roman Papacy’ (1876).