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August Wilhelm Zumpt (December 4, 1815 – April 22, 1877) was a German classical scholar, known chiefly in connection with Latin epigraphy. He was a nephew of Karl Gottlob Zumpt.
Königsberg, Zumpt studied in Berlin, and in 1851 became professor in the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Gymnasium.
His papers on epigraphy (collected in
Commentationes epigraphicae, i vols., 1850–54) brought him into conflict with Theodor Mommsen in connexion with the preparation of the a scheme for which, drawn up by Mommsen, was approved in 1847. Zumpt died in Berlin. Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum,
Rutilius Claudius Namatianus (1840)
De Augustalibus et Seviris Augustalibus commentatio epigraphica (1846)
Monumentum Ancyranum (with Franck, 1847) Studio, Romana (1859)
Das Kriminalrecht der röm. Republik (1865-1869) Editions of
Cicero's (1859) and Pro Murena (1861) De lege agraria
De monumento Ancyrano supplendo (1869)
Der Kriminalprozess der röm. Republik (1871)
Wilhelm Ihne incorporated materials left by him in the seventh and eighth volumes of his Römische Geschichte (1840).
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