Brunck (17291803)

Brunck, an able French Hellenist, classical scholar, and critic, born at Strassburg; edited several classical works, played a perilous part in the French Revolution; was imprisoned, and, on his release, had to sell his library in order to live (17291803).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Brummell, Beau * Brune, G. Marie
Brucin
Brückenau
Brucker
Brueys, David Augustin de
Bruges
Brugsch, Heinrich Karl
Brühl, Heinrich, Count von
Bruin
Brumaire
Brummell, Beau
Brunck
Brune, G. Marie
Brunel, Sir Isambard
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom
Brunelleschi
Brunetière
Brunetto-Latini
Brunhilda
Bruni, Leonardo
Brünn
Brunnow, Count von

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