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LEVI, LIONELLO – Italian philologist; born at Triest June 22, 1869; educated at the gymnasium of Triest and the universities of Pisa, Rome (Ph. D. 1891), and Berlin. He has been teacher of literature, later of classical philology, at the...
LEVI, MOSE GIUSEPPE – Italian physician; born at Guastalla 1796; died at Venice Dec. 27, 1859. He graduated as doctor of medicine from the University of Padua in 1817 and settled in Venice, where he practised until his death.Levi was the author of:...
LEVI, MOSE RAFFAELE – Italian physician; born at Triest Aug. 9, 1840; died at Florence March 10, 1886. After graduating from the University of Padua (1862) he became assistant at the General Hospital in Venice. In 1868 he was one of the founders of...
LEVIN, LEWIS CHARLES – American politician and writer; born at Charleston, S. C., Nov. 10, 1808; died in Philadelphia March 14, 1860. When still a youth he went to Woodville, Miss., where he became a school-teacher and studied law. After having been...
LEVIN (ROBERT), RAHEL ANTONIE FRIEDERIKE – German writer; born at Berlin June 19, 1771; died there March 7, 1833. Her home life was uncongenial, her father, a wealthy jeweler, being a strong-willed man and ruling his family despotically. She was very intimate with...
LÉVY, ALBERT – French sculptor; born at Paris May 4, 1864. A pupil of Etienne Leroux, he exhibited for the first time in 1886, his work being a portrait medallion.Lévy's sculptures include: "Rêverie," 1887; "La Prière" and "Fillette," 1888;...
LÉVY, ARMAND (ABRAHAM) – French mathematician and mineralogist; born at Paris 1794; died there June 26, 1841. He was a graduate of the Ecole Normale, where he became teacher of mathematics (1814-15). He went to England, where he lived till 1828, and...
LEVY, EMIL – German philologist; born at Hamburg Oct. 23, 1855; educated at the universities of Heidelberg and Berlin (Ph.D. 1880). The following two years he spent in Paris and Montpellier; he became privat-docent at the University of...
LÉVY, ÉMILE – French rabbi; born at Marmoutier, Alsace, Jan. 28, 1848. Educated at the lyceum at Strasburg and the seminary at Paris, he became rabbi of Verdun in 1876, which position he held until 1892; in that year he became chief rabbi of...
LEVY, ERNST – German physician; born at Lauterburg, Alsace, March 5, 1864; educated at the universities of Strasburg, Heidelberg, and Paris (M.D.1887). Settling in Strasburg, he became privatdocent in hygiene at the university there in 1891...
LÉVY, MICHEL – French physician; born at Strasburg Sept. 28, 1809; died at Paris March 13, 1872; educated at the University of Montpellier (M.D. 1834). In 1836 he became professor of hygiene at the Val-de-Grâce in Paris; in 1845 he was...
LEVY, MORITZ ABRAHAM – German Orientalist; born at Altona March 11, 1817; died at Breslau Feb. 22, 1872. Having received a rabbinical education, he became teacher in the Synagogen-Gemeinde of Breslau, where he was active for nearly thirty years. For...
LEWI, JOSEPH – American physician; born at Radnitz, Bohemia, Aug. 17, 1820; died at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1897; educated at the universities of Prague and Vienna. After graduating from the latter university (M.D. 1846) he was appointed...
LEWIN, GEORG RICHARD – German dermatologist; born at Sondershausen April 25, 1820; died at Berlin Nov. 1, 1896. He was educated at the universities of Halle and Berlin, graduating as doctor of medicine in 1845. After a postgraduate course at the...
LEWIN, LOUIS – German pharmacologist and toxicologist; born at Tuchel, West Prussia, Nov. 9, 1850. He received his education at the gymnasium and the University of Berlin (M.D. 1876). The two years following his graduation he spent at Munich,...
LICHTHEIM, LUDWIG – German physician; born Dec. 7, 1845, at Breslau, where he was educated at the gymnasium. He then studied medicine at the universities of Berlin, Zurich, and Breslau, graduating in 1868. From 1869 to 1872 he was assistant in the...
LIEBEN, ADOLF – Austrian chemist; born at Vienna Dec. 3, 1836. He studied at the universities of Vienna, Heidelberg (Ph.D. 1856), and Paris, and subsequently held the positions of privat-docent at the University of Vienna (1861), and professor...
LIEBERMANN, MAX – German painter; born at Berlin July 29, 1849. After studying law at Berlin University for a year, he abandoned it and took up the study of painting at Weimar in 1869 under Thumann and Pawels. In 1872 he went to Paris, and during...
LIEBRECHT, FELIX – German folklorist; born at Namslau, Silesia, March 13, 1812; died at St. Hubert Aug. 3, 1890. He studied philology at the universities of Breslau, Munich, and Berlin, and in 1849 became professor of the German language at the...
LIEBREICH, OSKAR MATTHIAS EUGEN – German physician and pharmacologist; born at Königsberg, East Prussia, Feb. 14, 1839;younger brother of Richard Liebreich. He studied first chemistry in Wiesbaden and Berlin and then, after nearly two years in Africa, medicine...
LIEBREICH, RICHARD – English ophthalmologist; born at Königsberg, East Prussia, June 30, 1830; brother of Oskar Liebreich. He received his education at the universities of Königsberg, Berlin, and Halle (M.D. 1853). After a postgraduate course at...
LIPINER, SIEGFRIED – Austrian poet; born at Yaroslav, Galicia, Oct. 24, 1856; educated at the gymnasia in Tarnow and Vienna and at the universities of Leipsic and Strasburg. In 1881 he was appointed librarian to the Austrian Reichsrath, which post...
LIPPMANN, EDOUARD – French engineer; born at Verdun Feb. 22, 1833. Educated at his native town, the lycée at Metz, and the Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures at Paris, he graduated as engineer in 1856. Joining the firm of Degousé & Laurent,...
LIPPMANN, EDUARD – Austrian chemist; born at Prague Sept. 23, 1842; educated at the gymnasium of Vienna and the universities of Leipsic and Heidelberg (Ph.D. 1864). He took a post-graduate course at Paris, and in 1868 became privatdocent at the...
LIPPMANN, GABRIEL – French physicist; born at Hollerich, Luxemburg, in 1845. After being educated at the Ecole Normale and in Germany, he went to Paris, taking the degree of D.Sc. in 1875. During his stay in Germany he had given special attention...