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Abel, Otto, 1824-1854

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Personal name headingAbel, Otto, 1824-1854
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Variant(s)Abel, Ottonius, 1824-1854
Abel, O. (Otto), 1824-1854
Abela, O., 1824-1854
Abel, Heinrich Friedrich Otto, 1824-1854
Abel, Heinrich Friedrich, 1824-1854
Abel, Heinrich F., 1824-1854
Abel, H. F. Otto (Heinrich Friedrich Otto), 1824-1854
Birth date18240122
Death date18541028
Place of birthReichenbach (Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
Place of deathLeonberg (Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
Field of activityHistory
Profession or occupationHistorians
Found inDie Chronik Fredegars und der Frankenkönige ... 1888: t.p. (Dr. Otto Abel)
OCLC, 4/4/96 (hdg.: Abel, Otto, 1824-1854)
His Die deutschen Personen-Namen, 1889: title page (H. F. Otto Abel)
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek online, June 26, 2014 (access point: Abel, Otto; other access points: Abel, Ottonius; Abel, O.; Abela, O.; Abel, Heinrich Friedrich Otto (full name); Abel, Heinrich Friedrich; Abel Heinrich F.; Abel, H. F. Otto; dates 1824-1854, born in Klosterreichenbach; historian)
German Wikipedia, June 26, 2014: "Otto Abel (Historiker)" (Heinrich Friedrich Otto Abel; born Jan. 22, 1824 in Klosterreichenbach [named Reichenbach in 1824; renamed Klosterreichenbach in 1897; part of the community of Baiersbronn, 1974]; died Oct. 28, 1854 in Leonberg; German historian; studied at U. Tübingen, Jena, Heidelberg, Bonn and Berlin in history; enthusiastic about the revolution of 1848, but disappointed by the outcome; entered Prussian diplomatic service, but resigned in 1850; settled in Berlin and became a participant with the Monumenta Germaniae Historica; habilitation 1851 as a docent in Bonn; died in Leonberg of Brustleiden (pulmonary or chest affection))