Hans Sachs (disambiguation)
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Hans Sachs (1494–1576) was a German poet, the inspiration for the character in Lortzing's opera and in Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.
Hans Sachs may also refer to:
- Hans Sachs (serologist) (1877–1945), German serologist
- Hans Sachs (poster collector) (1881–1974), German poster collector
- Hanns Sachs (1881–1947), psychoanalyst; friend of Freud and author of The Creative Unconscious
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