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Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs (October 6, 1764 – March 30, 1847) a German classical scholar, was born at Gotha. After studying philology and theology at Jena and Göttingen, in 1785, Friedrich Jacobs (as he is known), became a teacher in the gymnasium of his native town, and in 1802 was appointed to an office in the public library. In 1807 he became classical tutor in the lyceum of Munich, but, disgusted at the attacks made upon him by the old Bavarian Catholic party, who resented the introduction of north German teachers, he returned to Gotha in 1810 to take charge of the library and the numismatic cabinet. He remained in Gotha till his death on 30 March 1847.

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  • Friedrich Christian Wilhelm Jacobs (* 6. Oktober 1764 in Gotha; † 30. März 1847 ebenda) war ein deutscher klassischer Philologe, Numismatiker und Schriftsteller. (de)
  • Friedrich JACOBS (naskiĝinta la 6-an de oktobro 1764 en Gotha, mortinta samloke la 30-an de marto 1847) estis germana filologo klasika. (eo)
  • Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs (October 6, 1764 – March 30, 1847) a German classical scholar, was born at Gotha. After studying philology and theology at Jena and Göttingen, in 1785, Friedrich Jacobs (as he is known), became a teacher in the gymnasium of his native town, and in 1802 was appointed to an office in the public library. In 1807 he became classical tutor in the lyceum of Munich, but, disgusted at the attacks made upon him by the old Bavarian Catholic party, who resented the introduction of north German teachers, he returned to Gotha in 1810 to take charge of the library and the numismatic cabinet. He remained in Gotha till his death on 30 March 1847. Jacobs was an extremely successful teacher; he took great interest in the affairs of his country, and was a publicist of no mean order. But his great work was a huge critical commentary to the Greek Anthology in 13 volumes (1798–1814), followed by the first modern edition based on the Codex Palatinus (1814–1817). He published also notes on Stobaeus, Euripides, Athenaeus and the Iliaca of John Tzetzes; translations of Aelian (History of Animals); many of the Greek romances (Philostratus); poetical versions of much of the Greek Anthology; miscellaneous essays on classical subjects; and some very successful school books. His translation of the political speeches of Demosthenes was undertaken with the express purpose of rousing his country against Napoleon, whom he regarded as a second Philip of Macedon. In 1809 he became correspondent of the Royal Institute of the Netherlands. Four years later, in 1813, he became associated member. Friedrich Jacobs was the great great great grandfather of the philosopher Ruth Anna Putnam (wife of Hilary Putnam). (en)
  • Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs (Gotha, 1764 – 1847 è stato un filologo classico tedesco. (it)
  • Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs (né le 6 octobre 1764 à Gotha, mort le 30 mars 1847 dans la même ville) est un philologue classique, numismate et écrivain allemand. (fr)
  • Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs, född 6 oktober 1764 i Gotha, död där 30 mars 1847, var en tysk klassisk filolog. Han var far till Paul Emil Jacobs. Jacobs var gymnasielärare 1785-1810 och var därefter överbibliotekarie i Gotha. Han utgav utmärkta upplagor av Akilles Tatios (2 band, 1821 och Anthologica græca (13 band, 1794-1814, därutöver översättningar av bland annat Heliodoros från Emesa (3 band, 1837 samt läroböcker. Jacobs Vermischte Schriften utkom i 8 band 1823-44. (sv)
  • Христиан Фридрих Вильгельм Якобс (нем. Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs; 1764—1847) — немецкий филолог; почётный иностранный член Санкт-Петербургской академии наук. Отец художника Пауля Якобса (1803—1866). (ru)
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  • Friedrich Christian Wilhelm Jacobs (* 6. Oktober 1764 in Gotha; † 30. März 1847 ebenda) war ein deutscher klassischer Philologe, Numismatiker und Schriftsteller. (de)
  • Friedrich JACOBS (naskiĝinta la 6-an de oktobro 1764 en Gotha, mortinta samloke la 30-an de marto 1847) estis germana filologo klasika. (eo)
  • Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs (Gotha, 1764 – 1847 è stato un filologo classico tedesco. (it)
  • Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs (né le 6 octobre 1764 à Gotha, mort le 30 mars 1847 dans la même ville) est un philologue classique, numismate et écrivain allemand. (fr)
  • Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs, född 6 oktober 1764 i Gotha, död där 30 mars 1847, var en tysk klassisk filolog. Han var far till Paul Emil Jacobs. Jacobs var gymnasielärare 1785-1810 och var därefter överbibliotekarie i Gotha. Han utgav utmärkta upplagor av Akilles Tatios (2 band, 1821 och Anthologica græca (13 band, 1794-1814, därutöver översättningar av bland annat Heliodoros från Emesa (3 band, 1837 samt läroböcker. Jacobs Vermischte Schriften utkom i 8 band 1823-44. (sv)
  • Христиан Фридрих Вильгельм Якобс (нем. Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs; 1764—1847) — немецкий филолог; почётный иностранный член Санкт-Петербургской академии наук. Отец художника Пауля Якобса (1803—1866). (ru)
  • Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs (October 6, 1764 – March 30, 1847) a German classical scholar, was born at Gotha. After studying philology and theology at Jena and Göttingen, in 1785, Friedrich Jacobs (as he is known), became a teacher in the gymnasium of his native town, and in 1802 was appointed to an office in the public library. In 1807 he became classical tutor in the lyceum of Munich, but, disgusted at the attacks made upon him by the old Bavarian Catholic party, who resented the introduction of north German teachers, he returned to Gotha in 1810 to take charge of the library and the numismatic cabinet. He remained in Gotha till his death on 30 March 1847. (en)
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  • Friedrich Jacobs (Philologe) (de)
  • Friedrich Jacobs (eo)
  • Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Jacobs (en)
  • Friedrich Jacobs (fr)
  • Friedrich Jacobs (it)
  • Якобс, Христиан Фридрих Вильгельм (ru)
  • Friedrich Jacobs (sv)
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