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  1. Johan Christian Claussen Dahl (24 February 1788 – 14 October 1857), often known as J. C. Dahl or I. C. Dahl, was a Danish- Norwegian artist who is considered the first great romantic painter in Norway, the founder of the "golden age" of Norwegian painting, and, by some, one of the greatest European artists of all time. [1]

  2. Johann Caspar von Orelli (Latin Iohannes Caspar Orellius; 13 February 1787 – 6 January 1849), was a Swiss classical scholar. Life. He was born at Zürich of a distinguished Italian family which had taken refuge in Switzerland at the time of the Protestant Reformation.

  3. ORELLI, JOHANN CASPAR VON (1787–1849), Swiss classical scholar, was born at Zürich on the 13th of February 1787. He belonged to a distinguished Italian family, which had taken refuge in Switzerland at the time of the Reformation.

  4. 2 Johann Christoph "Friedrich" von Schiller [1.2] geb. 10 Nov 1759 gest. 9 Mai 1805 Luise Antoniette "Charlotte" von Lengefeld geb. 24 Nov 1766 gest. 9 Jul 1826. 3 Karl Friedrich Ludwig Freiherr von Schiller [1.2.1] geb. 1793 gest. 1857 + Luise Locher geb. 1804 gest. 1889

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  7. Only in 1807 (Schiller died in 1805), Prussia abolished serfdom. Parents. Schiller's biography begins in Württembergduke of Marbach-on-Neckar, where he was born on 10.11.1759 in the family of an officer, regimental assistant doctor Johann Caspar Schiller. The mother of the future poet was from the family of pharmacists and innkeepers.