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Ewald, Paul, 1851-1887

LC control no.n 88645102
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Personal name headingEwald, Paul, 1851-1887
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Variant(s)Ewald, Paulus, 1851-1887
Ewald, P. (Paul), 1851-1887
Other standard no.116612894
Associated countryGermany
Associated placeBonn (Germany) Berlin (Germany)
Birth date1851-12-07
Death date1887-10-14
Place of birthBerlin (Germany)
Place of deathBerlin (Germany)
AffiliationMonumenta Germaniae Historica (Deutsches Institut für Erforschung des Mittelalters)
Profession or occupationMedievalists Philologists
Special noteDo not confuse with the theologian Paul Ewald, who lived from 1857 to 1911 (see NAR n 88071180)
Found inCatholic Church. Pope. Regesta pontificum Romanorum. Tomus secundus, 1888: title page (P. Ewald) page v (Paulum Ewald; Paul Ewald, who contributed so much to this work, died before its second volume could be published)
nuc88-76608: Gregory I, Pope. Gregorii I Papae Registrum epistolarum, 1957 (hdg. on MCW rept.: Ewald, Paul, 1851-1887; usage: Paulus Ewald)
NUC pre-1956 (Ewald, Paul, 1851-1887)
Gregory I, Pope. Gregorii I Papae Registrum epistolarum. Tomus 1, 1891: title page (Paulus Ewald) page iii (worked on source documents for the history of Medieval Germany and on the Registrum of Gregory I; dead at a young age)
German Wikipedia, viewed May 11, 2022 (Paul Ewald (Historiker); Paul Ewald; born December 7, 1851; died October 14, 1887, in Berlin; German historian and philologist; born into a German Jewish family that had converted to Protestantism; obtained his doctorate at Bonn in 1874; he joined the staff of the research project Monumenta Germaniae Historica in 1876)
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek online catalog, viewed May 11, 2022 (authorized access point: Ewald, Paul; other data in authority record: Dr. phil.; German historian; born 1851 in Berlin; died 1887 in Berlin)
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