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Born in Berlin , Bekker completed his classical education at the University of Halle under Friedrich August Wolf , who considered him as his most promising pupil. In he was appointed professor of philosophy in the University of Berlin. For several years, between and , he travelled in France, Italy , England and parts of Germany, examining classical manuscripts and gathering materials for his great editorial labours.
Some of the fruits of his researches were published in the Anecdota Graeca 3 vols, — ,  but the major results are to be found in the enormous array of classical authors edited by him. Anything like a complete list of his works would occupy too much space, but it may be said that his industry extended to nearly the whole of Greek literature with the exception of the tragedians and lyric poets.
His best known editions are those of Plato — , Oratores Attici — , Aristotle — , Aristophanes , and twenty-five volumes of the Corpus Scriptorum Historiae Byzantinae. The only Latin authors edited by him were Livy — and Tacitus Bekker confined himself entirely to manuscript investigations and textual criticism; he contributed little to the extension of other types of scholarship. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lexica Segueriana e. Apollonii Alexandrini de coniunctionibus p.
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Aristotelis Opera by Bekker
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August Immanuel Bekker