Peider Lansel (August 15, 1863 - December 8, 1943) was a Swiss Romansh lyric poet. He is most known for having revived Rhaeto-Romansh as a literary language. His family was from Sent, Switzerland, (although he was born in Pisa) and worked as a merchant, as well as being a poet.
- Peider Lansel - BAINVEGNI at www.peiderlansel.ch
- Publications by and about Peider Lansel in the catalogue Helveticat of the Swiss National Library
- Literary estate of Peider Lansel in the archive database HelveticArchives of the Swiss National Library
- The Districts of Obstana, Untertasna and Remüs from a personal website hosted on mindspring.com; no idea of further source.
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