The New International Encyclopædia/Müller, David Heinrich

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The New International Encyclopædia
Müller, David Heinrich
Edition of 1905. See also David Heinrich Müller on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

MÜLLER, mụ'lẽr, David Heinrich (1846—). An Austrian Orientalist, born at Buczacz, in Galicia. He was educated in Vienna, Leipzig, Strassburg, and Berlin; became professor of Semitic philology at Vienna in 1881, and was an editor of the Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes. His very valuable works include: Himjaritische Inschriften (1875); Südarabische Studien (1877); Die Burgen und Schlösser Südarabiens (1879-81); Sabäische Denkmäler (with Mordtmann, 1883); Epigraphische Denkmäler aus Arabien (1889); Die altsemitischen Inschriften von Sendschirli (1893); Epigraphische Denkmäler aus Abessinien (1894); Ezechielstudien (1895); Die Propheten in ihrer ursprünglichen Form (1896); Südarabische Alterthümer (1899); Die Mahri- und Sokatri-Sprache (1901); and editions of Kitab al Farq (1876); of Hāmdāni, Geography of the Arabian Peninsula (1884-91); and of part of Tabarî, Annales (1888).