Philipp Karl Buttmann (5 December 1764 – June 21, 1829), was a German philologist of French Huguenot ancestry (original family name "Boudemont"), born in Frankfurt am Main. He was educated in his native town and at the University of Göttingen, where he was a student of Christian Gottlob Heyne. In 1789 he obtained an appointment in the Royal Library of Berlin, and for a period of time, edited Spener's Journal. In 1800 he became a professor at the Joachimsthal Gymnasium in Berlin, a post he held for eight years. In 1806 he was admitted to the Academy of Sciences as a member of its historical-philological section. In 1811 he became first librarian at the Royal Library.

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  • Philipp Karl Buttmann (5 December 1764 – June 21, 1829), was a German philologist of French Huguenot ancestry (original family name "Boudemont"), born in Frankfurt am Main. He was educated in his native town and at the University of Göttingen, where he was a student of Christian Gottlob Heyne. In 1789 he obtained an appointment in the Royal Library of Berlin, and for a period of time, edited Spener's Journal. In 1800 he became a professor at the Joachimsthal Gymnasium in Berlin, a post he held for eight years. In 1806 he was admitted to the Academy of Sciences as a member of its historical-philological section. In 1811 he became first librarian at the Royal Library. (en)
  • Philipp Karl Buttmann Philippe Charles Buttmann (1764-Berlin, 1829), philologue allemand, né de la famille huguenote française Boudemont à Francfort-sur-le-Main. (fr)
  • Philipp Karl Buttmann (* 5. Dezember 1764 in Frankfurt am Main; † 21. Juni 1829 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Bibliothekar, Pädagoge, Altphilologe und Mitglied der Berliner Aufklärung. Er gilt als Bindeglied zwischen der „alten“ Philologie Christian Gottlob Heynes und der „neuen“ Philologie Friedrich August Wolfs und August Boeckhs. (de)
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  • Philipp Karl Buttmann (5 December 1764 – June 21, 1829), was a German philologist of French Huguenot ancestry (original family name "Boudemont"), born in Frankfurt am Main. He was educated in his native town and at the University of Göttingen, where he was a student of Christian Gottlob Heyne. In 1789 he obtained an appointment in the Royal Library of Berlin, and for a period of time, edited Spener's Journal. In 1800 he became a professor at the Joachimsthal Gymnasium in Berlin, a post he held for eight years. In 1806 he was admitted to the Academy of Sciences as a member of its historical-philological section. In 1811 he became first librarian at the Royal Library. (en)
  • Philipp Karl Buttmann Philippe Charles Buttmann (1764-Berlin, 1829), philologue allemand, né de la famille huguenote française Boudemont à Francfort-sur-le-Main. (fr)
  • Philipp Karl Buttmann (* 5. Dezember 1764 in Frankfurt am Main; † 21. Juni 1829 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Bibliothekar, Pädagoge, Altphilologe und Mitglied der Berliner Aufklärung. Er gilt als Bindeglied zwischen der „alten“ Philologie Christian Gottlob Heynes und der „neuen“ Philologie Friedrich August Wolfs und August Boeckhs. (de)
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