Karl Wilhelm Ludwig Müller

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Karl Wilhelm Ludwig Müller (Latin: Carolus Müllerus; 13 February 1813 in Clausthal – 1894 in Göttingen) is best known for his still-useful Didot editions of fragmentary Greek authors, especially the monumental five-volume Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (1841–1870), which is not yet completely superseded by the series Die Fragmente der griechischen Historiker begun by Felix Jacoby.



  • Conrad Bursian, Geschichte der classischen Philologie in Deutschland, vol. 2, Munich 1883, pp. 898–899.

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