Max Müller, Friedrich (b. 1823)

Max Müller, Friedrich, philologist, born at Dessau, son of a German poet, Wilhelm Müller; educated at Leipzig; studied at Paris, and came to England in 1846; was appointed Taylorian Professor at Oxford in 1854, and in 1868 professor of Comparative Philology there, a science to which he has made large contributions; besides editing the “Rig-Veda,” he has published “Lectures on the Science of Language” and “Chips from a German Workshop,” dealing therein not merely with the origin of languages, but that of the early religious and social systems of the East; (b. 1823).

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

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