Johann Heinrich Hübschmann

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Johann Heinrich Hübschmann.

Johann Heinrich Hübschmann (1848–1908) was a German philologist, born at Erfurt.

Life[edit]

He studied Oriental philology at Jena, Tübingen, Leipzig, and Munich; in 1876 became professor of Iranian languages at Leipzig, and in 1877 professor of comparative philology at Strassburg.

Armenian language[edit]

He was the first to put the Armenian language in right relation to the Indo-European languages.

Plays[edit]

He wrote:

  • Armenische Studien (1883)
  • Das indogermanische Vokalsystem (1885)
  • Etymologie und Lautlehre der ossetischen Sprache (1887)
  • Persische Studien (1895)
  • Armenische Grammatik (1895)
  • Altarmenische Ortsnamen (1904)