The New International Encyclopædia/Schulz, Albert

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SCHULZ, shụlts, Albert (1802-93). A German writer on mediæval literature, especially the Arthurian legends. He was born at Schwedt, studied law, and entered the judicial service at Magdeburg. His valuable studies in his special field, published under the pseudonym San Marte, include a version of the “Parzival” in Leben und Dichten Wolframs von Eschenbach (1836-41), Die Arthursage (1842), Nennius und Gildas (1844). Beiträge zur bretonischen und keltisch-germanischen Heldensage (1847), and Rückblicke auf Dichtungen und Sagen des deutschen Mittelalters (1872).