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Christian Ludwig Ideler
Christian Ludwig Ideler (21 September 1766 – 10 August 1846) was a German people, German chronologist and astronomer. Life He was born in Gross-Brese near Perleberg. His earliest work was the editing in 1794 of an astronomical almanac for the Prussian government. He taught mathematics and mechanics in the school of woods and forests, and also in the military school. In 1821, he became professor at the Humboldt University of Berlin, University of Berlin, and in 1829 became a foreign member of the Institute of France. From 1816 to 1822 he was tutor to the young princes William Frederick and Charles. He died in Berlin on 10 August 1846. This source reports Ideler becoming a member of the French Institute 18 years after becoming a professor in Berlin. Works He devoted his life chiefly to the examination of ancient systems of chronology. In 1825–1826 he published his great work, ''Handbuch der mathematischen und technischen Chronologie'' (“Handbook of mathematical and technical ...
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Christian Ludwig Ideler
Christian Ludwig Ideler (21 September 1766 – 10 August 1846) was a German people, German chronologist and astronomer. Life He was born in Gross-Brese near Perleberg. His earliest work was the editing in 1794 of an astronomical almanac for the Prussian government. He taught mathematics and mechanics in the school of woods and forests, and also in the military school. In 1821, he became professor at the Humboldt University of Berlin, University of Berlin, and in 1829 became a foreign member of the Institute of France. From 1816 to 1822 he was tutor to the young princes William Frederick and Charles. He died in Berlin on 10 August 1846. This source reports Ideler becoming a member of the French Institute 18 years after becoming a professor in Berlin. Works He devoted his life chiefly to the examination of ancient systems of chronology. In 1825–1826 he published his great work, ''Handbuch der mathematischen und technischen Chronologie'' (“Handbook of mathematical and technical ...
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Humboldt University Of Berlin Faculty
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18th-century German Astronomers
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1846 Deaths
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1766 Births
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Julius Ludwig Ideler
Julius Ludwig Ideler (3 September 1809, in Berlin – 17 July 1842, in Berlin) was a German philologist and naturalist. He was the son of astronomer Christian Ludwig Ideler. From 1828 he studied medicine, mathematics and natural sciences at the University of Berlin, where in 1834 he obtained his habilitation for language research. He died on 17 July 1842 in Berlin, age 32.ADB:Ideler, Julius Ludwig
In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB). Band 13, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1881, S. 745 f.
He was the author of books on ancient and modern languages and literature as well as on works involving natural sciences, being especially known for his studies of classical Greek and Roman meteorology.


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* ''Handbuch der französischen sprache und literatur'' (4 volumes, 1826–3 ...
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