Henri Weil, né le 27 août 1818 à Francfort-sur-le-Main (Allemagne) et mort le 5 novembre 1909 à Paris, est un philologue et helléniste français, d'origine allemande.

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  • Henri Weil, né le 27 août 1818 à Francfort-sur-le-Main (Allemagne) et mort le 5 novembre 1909 à Paris, est un philologue et helléniste français, d'origine allemande.
  • Henri Weil (Francoforte sul Meno, 1818 – Parigi, 1909) è stato un filologo tedesco.Nel 1846 giunse in Francia, ove insegnò dapprima a Strasburgo (1846-1849) e poi a Besançon (1849-1876). Ebbe una lunghissima carriera di docente alla Sorbona di Parigi (1876-1909). Tra le sue opere sono da ricordare De l'Ordre des Mots dans les Langues Anciennes Comparées aux Langues Modernes (Paris, 1844; 3d ed. 1879); De Tragædiarum Græcarum cum Rebus Publicis Conjunctione (with L. Beuloew, Paris and Berlin, 1845); Théorie Générale de l'Accentuation Latine (ib. 1855); and Etudes sur le Drame Antique (ib. 1897).
  • Henri Weil (August 27, 1818, Frankfort-on-the-Main - November 5, 1909) was a German-born French Jewish philologist.He was educated at the universities of Bonn, Berlin, and Leipzig. He went to France, and continued his studies at Paris, graduating as "docteur ès lettres" in 1845, and becoming "agrégé" in 1848. Appointed professor of ancient literature at the University of Besançon, he was in 1872 elected dean of the faculty. In 1876 he was called to Paris to fill a vacancy as instructor in the normal high school and to assume charge of the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, both of which positions he resigned in 1891. In 1866 he was elected corresponding member of the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, becoming full member in 1882 as the successor of Edouard Dulaurier. In 1887 he received the cross of the Legion of Honor.Weil edited the poems of Aeschylus, eight tragedies of Euripides, and the orations of Demosthenes. Among his works may be mentioned: De l'Ordre des Mots dans les Langues Anciennes Comparées aux Langues Modernes (Paris, 1844; 3d ed. 1879); De Tragædiarum Græcarum cum Rebus Publicis Conjunctione (with L. Beuloew, Paris and Berlin, 1845); Théorie Générale de l'Accentuation Latine (ib. 1855); and Etudes sur le Drame Antique (ib. 1897).
  • Henri Weil, geboren als Heinrich Weil (* 27. August 1818 in Frankfurt am Main; † 5. November 1909 in Paris) war ein deutsch-französischer Altphilologe und Literaturwissenschaftler jüdischer Abstammung.
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  • Henri Weil, né le 27 août 1818 à Francfort-sur-le-Main (Allemagne) et mort le 5 novembre 1909 à Paris, est un philologue et helléniste français, d'origine allemande.
  • Henri Weil, geboren als Heinrich Weil (* 27. August 1818 in Frankfurt am Main; † 5. November 1909 in Paris) war ein deutsch-französischer Altphilologe und Literaturwissenschaftler jüdischer Abstammung.
  • Henri Weil (Francoforte sul Meno, 1818 – Parigi, 1909) è stato un filologo tedesco.Nel 1846 giunse in Francia, ove insegnò dapprima a Strasburgo (1846-1849) e poi a Besançon (1849-1876). Ebbe una lunghissima carriera di docente alla Sorbona di Parigi (1876-1909). Tra le sue opere sono da ricordare De l'Ordre des Mots dans les Langues Anciennes Comparées aux Langues Modernes (Paris, 1844; 3d ed. 1879); De Tragædiarum Græcarum cum Rebus Publicis Conjunctione (with L.
  • Henri Weil (August 27, 1818, Frankfort-on-the-Main - November 5, 1909) was a German-born French Jewish philologist.He was educated at the universities of Bonn, Berlin, and Leipzig. He went to France, and continued his studies at Paris, graduating as "docteur ès lettres" in 1845, and becoming "agrégé" in 1848. Appointed professor of ancient literature at the University of Besançon, he was in 1872 elected dean of the faculty.
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  • Henri Weil
  • Вейль, Анри
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