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JAN BAKE (1787-1864)

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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 227 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JAN BAKE (1787-1864), Dutch philologist and critic, was born at Leiden on the 1st of September 1787, and from 1817 to 1854 he was professor of Greek and Roman literature at the university. He died on the 26th of March 1864. His principal works are:—Posidonii Rhodii Reliquiae Doctrinae (181o); Cleomedis Circularis Doctrina de Sublimitate (1820) ; Bibliotheca £ritica Nova (1825-1831) and Scholica Hypomnemata (1837-1862), a collection of essays dealing mainly with Cicero and the Attic orators; Cicero, De Legibus (1842) and De Oral ore (1863); the Rhetorica of Apsines and Longinus (1849). His biography was written (in Dutch) by his pupil Bakhuizen van der Brink (1865); for an appreciation of his services to classical literature see L. Muller, Geschichte der klassischen Philologie in den Niederlanden (1869).
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