Ernst Götzinger

Ernst Götzinger Ernst Götzinger (23 September 1837, in Schaffhausen – 10 August 1896, in St. Gallen) was a Swiss Germanist and historian. He was the son of philologist Maximilian Wilhelm Götzinger (1799–1856).

He studied philology at the University of Basel as a pupil of Wilhelm Wackernagel, then furthered his education at the universities of Bonn and Göttingen, where his influences included Wilhelm Müller and Leo Meyer. In 1860 he received his doctorate from Göttingen with a dissertation on the Anglo-Saxon poet Cædmon, titled ''Ueber die Dichtungen des Angelsachsen Caedmon und deren Verfasser''. From 1860 up until his death, he taught classes in German language and literature at the cantonal school in St. Gallen. He was a member of the Historischer Verein des Kantons St.Gallen. Provided by Wikipedia
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Ein Hand- und Nachschlagebuch der Kulturgeschichte der deutschen Volkes
Involved: Götzinger, Ernst
Year: 1885
Publisher: Urban (Leipzig)
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