Anton Edler von Gapp

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Anton Edler von Gapp
Born (1778-03-24)March 24, 1778
Lambach, Habsburg Empire
Died April 1, 1862(1862-04-01) (aged 84)
Linz, Austrian Empire
Nationality Austrian
Scientific career
Fields law
Institutions University of Olomouc
University of Vienna

Anton Edler von Gapp (March 24, 1778 – April 1, 1862) was an Austrian lawyer, professor of law and in 1821 the Rector of Olomouc Lyceum.

After finishing his law studies in 1806 von Gapp went to teach as a substitute at (standard) Lyceum in Linz. He became professor at the lyceum in 1810. In 1816 he moved to Olomouc, where he became professor of Roman and canonical law at the Faculty of Law of (academic) Lyceum. He was the director of the faculty between the years 1826-34, and in 1821 he was the rector of the Olomouc Lyceum. In years 1835-1848 he was teaching Roman law at the Faculty of Law of University of Vienna.

His son was Wesener Gapp.