Author:Philipp Karl Buttmann

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Philipp Karl Buttmann
(1764–1829)
German philologist, father of Alexander Buttmann also a philologist
Philipp Karl Buttmann

Works[edit]

  • Griechische Grammatik (1792) later editions revised by Alexander Buttmann
    • 6th ed. translated as Greek Grammar for the Use of Schools by Everett (1822) (IA) (IA)
    • 13 ed. (1829) translated as A Greek Grammar for the Use of High Schools and Universities by Robinson (1833) (IA)
    • 13th ed. (1829) translated as Intermediate or Larger Greek Grammar by Supf (1848) (IA)
  • Lexilogus; a Critical Examination of the Meaning of numerous Greek Words, chiefly in Homer and Hesiod translated by John Roles Fishlake (1836)
  • A catalogue of irregular Greek verbs : with all the tenses extant, their formation, meaning, and usage translated by John Roles Fishlake (1837)

Works about Buttmann[edit]

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