Heyne, Christian Gottlob (17291812)

Heyne, Christian Gottlob, a German classical scholar, born at Chemnitz, son of a poor weaver, and reared all along almost on the verge of destitution; became eminent by his heroic devotion to scholarship, both as a translator and editor of classical works, his edition of “Virgil” the chief in the latter department; Carlyle almost ranks him among his heroes, and ascribes superlative merit to his book on Virgil (17291812).

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

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Heyne, Christian Gottlob
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