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FRIEDRICH GOTTLIEB WELKER, Werk und Wirkung. Vortrge, gehalten auf der Welcker-Tagung in der Werner-Reimers-Stiftung in Bad Homburg vom 5.-7. November 1984 (I) und zur Erffnung der Ausstellung Friedrich Gottlieb Welcker (1784-1868): Philologe, Archologe und Oberbibliothekar in Bonn in der Universittsbibliothek Bonn am 5. November 1984 (II) herausgegeben von William M. Calder III, Adolf Khnken, Wolfgang Kullmann, Gnther Pflugg. (Hermes. Zeitschrif fr klassische Philologie, Einzelschriften, Heft 49). Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag 1986, VIII + 293 pp.+illustrations. Paper DM 58,-.

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