Max Leopold Wagner

Max Leopold Wagner (17 September 1880, Munich – 9July 1962, Washington, D.C.) was a German philologist and ethnologist, particularly known for his studies on the Sardinian language. He also carried out pioneering research on the Spanish language in Hispanic America. In a posthumous review of his three-volume ''Dizionario etimologico sardo'', Ernst Pulgram wrote: ''It can only be hoped that ... there will arise ... men like Wagner: original thinkers, deep specialists, and great synthesizers of knowledge all at the same time.'' Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Wagner, Max Leopold, 1880-1962
    Published 1949