Wolfgang Schadewaldt (15 March 1900 in Berlin – 10 November 1974 in Tübingen) was a German classical philologist working mostly in the field of Greek philology and a translator. He also was a professor of University of Tübingen and University of Freiburg.
Decorations and awards
- 1934: Member of the Leipzig Academy of Sciences
- 1934: Member of the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina
- 1942: Member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences
- 1946 German Academy of Sciences at Berlin
- 1958: Member of the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences
- 1962: Pour le Mérite for Sciences and Arts
- 1963: Reuchlin Prize
- 1964: Grand Merit Cross with Star of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
- 1965: Translation Prize of the German Academy for Language and Poetry
- 1972: Austrian Decoration for Science and Art
- Plato's unwritten doctrines, for Schadewaldt's students and the Tübingen School of Plato interpretation
- Thomas Alexander Szlezak (Ed.) Wolfgang Schadewaldt und die Gräzistik des 20. Jahrhunderts, Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim, Zürich 2005, ISBN 3-487-12815-2.
- Dieter Bremer. Wolfgang Schadewaldt (1900–1974). In: Eikasmós 4, 1993, pp. 321–322.
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