Ritschl, Friedrich Wilhelm (18061876)

Ritschl, Friedrich Wilhelm, German philologist, born near Erfurt; became professor of Philology successively at Breslau, Bonn, and Leipzig; his influence on philological study was great, and his greatest work was an edition of Plautus (18061876).

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

Ritschl, Albrecht * Ritson, Joseph
Riom
Rip Van Winkle
Ripley
Ripley, George
Ripon, Frederick John Robinson, Earl of
Ripon, George Frederick Samuel Robinson, Marquis of
Rishanger, William
Rishis
Ristori, Adelaide
Ritschl, Albrecht
Ritschl, Friedrich Wilhelm
Ritson, Joseph
Ritter, Heinrich
Ritter, Karl
Ritualism
Rivarol
Rive-de-Gier
Rivers, Richard Woodville, Earl
Riviera
Rivière, Briton
Rivoli