HEYMANN, Wilhelm

HEYMANN, Wilhelm. Bremen 12.7.1847 — 19??. German Indologist and Linguist (English). Teacher in Bremen. Ph.D. 1873 Göttingen. According to D.L.K. he was Gymnasium teacher in Bremen in 1890 and 1900, in 1906 he is mentioned without a title, in 1914 no longer (dead?). His dissertation was rather important in comparative linguistics and also contained much Sanskrit material.

Publications: diss. Das “l” der indogermanischen Sprachen gehört der idg. Grundsprache an. 49 p. Weimar 1873, whole work of 76 p. Göttingen 1873.

– “Ueber Bharata’s Nāṭyaçāstram”, NGGW 1874, 86-107; review of Hillebrandt’s Über die Göttin Aditi. Breslau 1876, GGA 1876, 567-575.

– edited: The Life and Exploits of Robin Hood. 6+86 p. Lp. 1887 (a selection as text-book); Forbes: My Experiences in the war between France and Germany, Auswahl. 1895.

– Das bremische Plattdeutsch: eine grammatische Darstellung auf sprachgeschichtliche Grundlage. 176 p. Bremen 1909.

Sources: D.L.K. 1890, 1900, 1906; no vita in diss.

image_print

Kommentare sind geschlossen.