J.E. Sandys, A History of Classical Scholarship Vol. III – Lucian Müller “As a child, he [Lucian Müller] had lost the sight of one of his eyes, and was very short-sighted; as a boy, he repeatedly read through Zumpt’s larger Latin Grammar and made himself the best Latinist in his school. During his brief experience as […]

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