Wilhelm Fröhner or Guillaume Frœhner (17 August 1834 – 22 May 1925) was a curator at the Musée du Louvre, an archaeological researcher and collector of antiquities in Paris. As a historian, he publicly rejected Gustave Flaubert's depiction of infanticide in Punic culture, described in Salammbô. Among his private purchases was the Nazareth Inscription, an imperial Roman inscription in Greek that was sent to him from Nazareth.Unfortunately, part of his working library was lost in the fire at the Duchess Anna Amalia Library in 2004.

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  • Christian Eduard Ludwig Wilhelm Fröhner (meist Wilhelm Froehner, * 17. August 1834 in Karlsruhe; † 22. Mai 1925 in Paris) war ein deutscher Klassischer Archäologe, der in Frankreich wirkte. (de)
  • Christian Eduard Ludwig Wilhelm Froehner (Karlsruhe, 17 août 1834-Paris, 22 mai 1925) est un archéologue et numismate français, d'origine badoise. (fr)
  • Вильгельм Фрёнер (1834—1925) — французский археолог немецкого происхождения. С 1862 года работал в Лувре, сначала в качестве научного сотрудника, затем — куратора. В сотрудничестве с ним Наполеон III написал «Histoire de Jules César». Член-корреспондент СПб. АН c 02.12.1877 по историко-филологическому отделению (разряд классической филологии и археологии). (ru)
  • Wilhelm Fröhner or Guillaume Frœhner (17 August 1834 – 22 May 1925) was a curator at the Musée du Louvre, an archaeological researcher and collector of antiquities in Paris. As a historian, he publicly rejected Gustave Flaubert's depiction of infanticide in Punic culture, described in Salammbô. Among his private purchases was the Nazareth Inscription, an imperial Roman inscription in Greek that was sent to him from Nazareth.Unfortunately, part of his working library was lost in the fire at the Duchess Anna Amalia Library in 2004. (en)
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  • 1834-8-17
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  • 1925-5-21
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  • French art historian (en)
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  • Christian Eduard Ludwig Wilhelm Fröhner (meist Wilhelm Froehner, * 17. August 1834 in Karlsruhe; † 22. Mai 1925 in Paris) war ein deutscher Klassischer Archäologe, der in Frankreich wirkte. (de)
  • Christian Eduard Ludwig Wilhelm Froehner (Karlsruhe, 17 août 1834-Paris, 22 mai 1925) est un archéologue et numismate français, d'origine badoise. (fr)
  • Вильгельм Фрёнер (1834—1925) — французский археолог немецкого происхождения. С 1862 года работал в Лувре, сначала в качестве научного сотрудника, затем — куратора. В сотрудничестве с ним Наполеон III написал «Histoire de Jules César». Член-корреспондент СПб. АН c 02.12.1877 по историко-филологическому отделению (разряд классической филологии и археологии). (ru)
  • Wilhelm Fröhner or Guillaume Frœhner (17 August 1834 – 22 May 1925) was a curator at the Musée du Louvre, an archaeological researcher and collector of antiquities in Paris. As a historian, he publicly rejected Gustave Flaubert's depiction of infanticide in Punic culture, described in Salammbô. Among his private purchases was the Nazareth Inscription, an imperial Roman inscription in Greek that was sent to him from Nazareth.Unfortunately, part of his working library was lost in the fire at the Duchess Anna Amalia Library in 2004. (en)
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  • Фрёнер, Вильгельм (ru)
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