The New International Encyclopædia/Kohler, Ulrich

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The New International Encyclopædia
Kohler, Ulrich
Edition of 1905. See also Ulrich Köhler on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

KOHLER, kō'lẽr, Ulrich (1838—). A German archæologist, appointed professor of Greek history at the University of Berlin in 1886. He was born at Klein-Neuhausen in the Grand Duchy of Weimar, and after studying at Jena and Göttingen was secretary of the German Archæological Institute at Athens (1875-86). His publications, which are regarded as standard works on Attic inscriptions, include: Urkunden und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte des delisch-attischen Bundes (1870); and the second volume of the Corpus Inscriptionum Atticarum (1877-88), containing the inscriptions from the Archon Euclides to Augustus.