Ernst Windisch

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Ernst Wilhelm Oskar Windisch (4 September 1844, Dresden – 30 October 1918, Dresden) was a German scholar and celticist.

He is known as an Indo-Europeanist. He was also a friend of the young Friedrich Nietzsche.

Works[edit]

  • Compendium of Irish Grammar (1883 English translation)
  • Zwölf Hymnen des Rigveda, mit Sayana's commentar (1883)
  • Irische Texte, 4 vols. (1880-1909) with Whitley Stokes
  • Iti-Vuttaka, editor
  • Festschrift (1914)
  • Kleine Schriften (2001) edited by Karin Steiner and Jörg Gengnagel

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