Bruno Sauer

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Bruno Sauer

Bruno Sauer (born January 19, 1861 in Leipzig , † May 10, 1919 in Kiel ) was a German classical archaeologist .

Bruno Sauer began studying architecture at the Technical University of Braunschweig after attending secondary school in Leipzig and graduating in 1879 . 1882–84 studies at the universities in Munich , Berlin and Leipzig followed . With the dissertation The Beginnings of the Statuary Group he received his doctorate in 1887, received a travel grant from the German Archaeological Institute in 1889 and finally completed his habilitation in Gießen in 1892 on Old Naxian marble art . He then taught as a private lecturer in 1892 and in 1898 became director of the Art History Institute and the Art, Coin and Antiquities Cabinet at the University of Gießen, from which he formed the Archaeological Institute and thus de facto founded it. In 1909 he accepted a call as full professor of classical archeology and at the same time director of the Kiel Collection of Antiquities in Kiel , where he stayed until his death. In 1917 he was appointed a secret councilor.

Fonts (selection)

  • The beginnings of the statuary group. A contribution to the history of Greek sculpture. Seemann, Leipzig 1887 (at the same time: Leipzig, university, dissertation, 1887; digitized version ).
  • Old Naxian marble art. In: Communications from the Imperial German Archaeological Institute. Athenian division. Vol. 17, 1892, ISSN  0342-1295 , pp. 37-79 , (as a special print: Perris, Athens 1892, (Giessen, University, habilitation paper, 1892), digitized version ).
  • The Belvedere torso. Ricker, Giessen 1894.
  • The dead Amazon of the Neapler Museum. In: Communications from the Imperial German Archaeological Institute. Roman division. Vol. 9, 1894, ISSN  1105-1116 , pp. 246-248, digitized .
  • The marginal reliefs on Filarete's bronze door of St. Peter. In: Repertory for Art History. Vol. 20, 1897, ISSN  0259-7063 , pp. 1-22, digitized .
  • The so-called Theseion and its plastic jewelry. Giesecke & Devrient, Leipzig 1899, digitized .
  • The Weber-Laborde'sche head and the gable groups of the Parthenon (= Program Sr. Royal Highness dedicated to the Grand Duke of Hesse and near Rhine by the Rector and Senate of the State University. 1903, ZDB -ID 1057402-5 ). Reimer, Berlin 1903, digitized .
  • A statue of Apollo by Paionios. In: Yearbook of the Imperial German Archaeological Institute. Vol. 21, 1906, ISSN  0931-7007 , pp. 163-176, digitized .
  • as editor with Hermann Haupt: Ludoviciana. Festival newspaper for the third centenary of the University of Giessen. No. 1-6. von Münchow, Giessen 1907, ZDB -ID 983049-2 .
  • Marsyas group of the Myron. In: Yearbook of the Imperial German Archaeological Institute. Vol. 23, 1908, pp. 125-162, digitized .
  • History of archeology. In: Heinrich Bulle (Hrsg.): Handbuch der Archäologie (= handbook of classical antiquity. 6). Volume 1, delivery 1. CH Beck, Munich 1913, pp. 80-141.


Web links

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