Wilhelm Adolf Becker (1796 – September 30, 1846) was a German classical scholar.
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... The works by which Becker is most widely known are the Gallus, oder, römische Scenen aus der Zeit Augusts zur genaueren Kenntniss des römischen Privatlebens (1838, new ed ... Alterthümer (1843–1868), completed after Becker's death by Marquardt and Mommsen ... Becker's other treatises include De Comicis Romanorum Fabulis, a treatise on Roman dramatic poetry (1837) De Romae Veteris Muris atque Portis (1842) Die römische Topographie in Röm ...
... of Liechtenstein 1858 ... Ferdinand, Prince of Lobkowicz 1868 ... Adolf, Prince of Schwarzenberg 1888 ... Karl Egon, Prince of Fürstenberg 1854 ... Frederick, Prince of Oettingen-Wallerstein 1793 1842 ... Count of Brzezie-Lanckoronski 1863 ... Ferdinand, Prince of Trauttmansdorff 1856 ... Karl Wilhelm, Prince of Auersperg 1853 ... Franz, Count ...
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