Friedrich Wilhelm Ritschl

Friedrich Wilhelm Ritschl Friedrich Wilhelm Ritschl (6 April 1806 – 9 November 1876) was a German scholar best known for his studies of Plautus. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Bonnae, Litteris C. Georgii, 1854.
    15 p.
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    Vratislaviae, 1838.
    28 p. illus.
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    Halis Saxonum, Typis expressum Gebaueriis, 1829.
    44 p.
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    Bonnae, Formis C. Georgii, 1840.
    [1]-55 p.
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    Bonnae, Litteris C. Georgii, 1853.
    30 p. illus.
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    Bonn, Druck von C. Georgi, 1864.
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    Bonnae, Formis C. Georgi, 1857.
    [III]-IX p.
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    Berolini, Apud G. Travtwein (I. Guttentag), 1852.
    38 p. illus.
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    Vratislaviae, Typis Universitatis, 1838.
    12 p. illus.

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