Titus Tobler

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Tobler in 1875
Born(1806-07-25)25 July 1806
Stein, Appenzell, Switzerland
Died21 January 1877(1877-01-21) (aged 70)
Munich, Germany

Titus Tobler (25 July 1806 – 21 January 1877) was a Swiss Oriental scholar.

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Biography

Tobler was born on 25 July 1806 in Stein, Appenzell, Switzerland. He studied and practised medicine. He travelled to Palestine and, after taking part in the political affairs of Switzerland, settled in 1871 in Munich, Germany. He died on 21 January 1877 in Munich.

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His principal works are:

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