Some articles on german, poet, german poet:
... and King of Poland Michael Andreas Barclay de Tolly – Russian Field Marshal from Baltic German family of Scottish descent Ludwig van Beethoven – German composer from ... Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff – poet Erasmus of Rotterdam – Dutch humanist Ernst I – Duke of Saxe-Gotha and Saxe-Altenburg during the Thirty Years' War Jan van Eyck – Flemish painter Karl ... Erwin von Steinbach – German architect of the Straßburger Münster ...
... Ikeya, Japanese amateur astronomer* 9052 Uhland 1991 UJ4 Ludwig Uhland, German scholar* 9053 Hamamelis 1991 VW5 the witch-hazel, genus Hamamelis* 9054 Hippocastanum 1991 YO the common horse-chestnut. 15th-century Austrian mathematician, astronomer, poet, early humanist and teacher of Regiomontanus † 9121 Stefanovalentini 1998 DJ11 Stefano Valentini, Italian amateur astronomer † 9122 ... Prussian astronomer* 9134 Encke 4822 P-L Johann Franz Encke, German astronomer* 9135 Lacaille 7609 P-L Nicolas Louis de Lacaille, French astronomer* 9136 Lalande 4886 T-1 Jérôme Lalande, French astronomer* 9137 ...
... Sheema Kalbasi (born 1972), Iranian poet, producer, critic, blogger and human rights advocate ... Julie Kane (born 1952), American poet, scholar and editor Louisiana Poet Laureate 2011–2013 ... Anna Louisa Karsch (1722–1791), German poet and letter writer ...
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