Lachmann, Karl

Lachmann, Karl, a German philologist and classical scholar, born at Brunswick, professor at Berlin; besides sundry of the Latin classics, in particular Lucretius, he edited the Nibelungen Lied, and the Greek New Testament, as well as contributed important critical essays on the composition of the “Iliad,” which he regarded as a collection of lays from various independent sources (1783-1851). See Iliad.

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

Lachesis * Lachryma Christi
Labourdonnais, Maré de
Labrador
La Bruyère, Jean de
Labuan
Labyrinth
Lac
Laccadives, The
Lacépède, Comte de
Lachaise, François de
Lachesis
Lachmann, Karl
Lachryma Christi
Laconia
Lacordaire, Jean Baptiste Henry
Lacratelle
La Crosse
Lactantius
Ladislaus
Ladoga
Ladrones
Lady Chapel