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Burkhard Gotthelf Struve

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Burkhard Gotthelf Struve (26 May 1671 - 25 May 1738) was a scholarly German librarian who became a polymath-historian based, for most of his academic career, at the University of Jena. [1]

7 relations: Decennalia, Decurio, Gotthelf, Johann Georg Meusel, List of early-modern journals, Mohammed Ben Ali Abgali, Ulrich Hugwald.

Decennalia

Decennalia (or decennia, from Latin decennium - "tenth anniversary"; decem, "ten" + annus, "year") were Ancient Roman festivals celebrated with games every ten years by the Roman emperors.

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Decurio

Decurio was an official title in Ancient Rome, used in various connections.

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Gotthelf

Gotthelf is a given name and a surname.

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Johann Georg Meusel

Johann Georg Meusel (17 March 1743, in Eyrichshof – 19.September 1820, in Erlangen) was a German bibliographer, lexicographer and historian.

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List of early-modern journals

The list of early-modern journals gives an overview of periodicals (newspapers are excluded) for the period from the first printed books to 1800.

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Mohammed Ben Ali Abgali

Mohammed Ben Ali Abgali FRS was a Moroccan Ambassador to Britain, from 14 August 1725 to February 1727.

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Ulrich Hugwald

Ulrich Hugwald (Udalricus Hugualdus, Huldaricus Mutius Hugwaldus, 1496–1571) was a Swiss humanist scholar and Reformer.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burkhard_Gotthelf_Struve

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