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Paul Wendland

(Johann Theodor) Paul Wendland (August 17, 1864 – September 10, 1915) was a German classical philologist.

Born in Hohenstein, Province of Prussia, he taught as a professor at the Kiel University (from 1902), Breslau University (from 1906), Göttingen University (from 1909).

He was co-author of an edition on Philo of Alexandria, "Philonis Alexandrini opera quae supersunt" (6 volumes, 1896-1915).[1] With Otto Kern, he published "Beiträge zur Geschichte der griechischen Philosophie und Religion" (1895).[2]

He died in Göttingen.

Literary works

  • Philosophische Schrift über die Vorsehung, 1892.
  • Beiträge zur Geschichte der grieschischen Philosophie, 1895 (with Otto Kern).
  • Anaximenes von Lampsakos, 1905.
  • Die hellenistisch-römische Kultur in ihren Beziehungen zu Judentum und Christentum, 1907.
  • Die urchristlichen Literaturformen, 1912.
  • Die griechische Prosa und die römisch-christliche Literatur, 1912.
  • Philonis Alexandrini opera quae supersunt, 6 vols., with Leopold Cohn, 1896-1915.


  1. ^ WorldCat Title Philonis Alexandrini opera quae supersunt
  2. ^ WorldCat Title Beiträge zur Geschichte der griechischen Philosophie und Religion

External links

  • WorldCat Identities Most widely held works by Paul Wendland.
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