De satirae Romanae auctore eiusque inventore. Scripsit Dr. Petermann Open Access Deposited
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Pages extracted from a program from a gymnasium in Hirschberg 1846
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Program by which the spring exam of the Gymnasium of Hirschberg 1846 respectfully invites Dr. Carl Linge, Royal Director and Principal of the Gymnasium.
1. About the inventor of Roman Satire by Dr. Petermann (pp. 1-26).
2. School news from Easter 1845 to Easter 1846, by the Director (pp. 27-34).
Programmschrift on the occasion of the Spring Exam at the Gymnasium of Hirschberg in 1846 on the inventor of the Roman satire, Gaius Lucilius, by Dr. Friedrich Heinrich August Petermann.
Course schedule from Easter 1845 to Eastern 1846 by the Director.
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