Synonyms for zeitgenossen or Related words with zeitgenossen

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Examples of "zeitgenossen"
Wagner, R. "Sömmerings Leben und Verkehr mit Zeitgenossen" (Leipzig 1844).
The Korngolds, their Era and Contemporaries/ Die Korngolds, ihre Zeit und Zeitgenossen. (ed. Eva Drlíková)
2005. “Die Ursprünge der Negation,” Thomas Bedorf and Andreas Cremonini, eds, "Verfehlte Begegnung: Levinas und Sartre als philosophische Zeitgenossen", Munich, Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 61–81.
The Schoenhof Verlag in Cambridge, MA published Kaléko's third book "Verse für Zeitgenossen" in 1945 (German edition in 1958 by Rowohlt Verlag).
He was among the most active contributors to Robert Schumann's "Neue Zeitschrift für Musik". Other journals he contributed to were "Caecilia" (edited by Gottfried Weber), "Eufonia", "Tageblatt", and "Zeitgenossen".
He also published together with " Album de Zeitgenossen" (Album of Contemporary Figures), a collection of portraits of current celebrities, each accompanied by a capsule biography. The work was republished in 1975
He is best remembered as author of an acclaimed history on Rome's transition from a Republic to an Empire, "Geschichte Roms in seinem Uebergange von der republikanischen zur monarchischen Verfassung, oder: Pompeius, Caesar, Cicero und ihre Zeitgenossen"; published in 1834–44 (6 volumes). His other noted works include:
In addition to the works mentioned above, Benjamin published "Jawan Mezula, Schilderung des Polnisch-Kosakischen Krieges und der Leiden der Juden in Poland Während der Jahre 1648-53, Bericht eines Zeitgenossen nach einer von. L. Lelewel Durchgesehenen Französischen Uebersetzung, Herausgegeben von J. J. Benjamin II.", Hanover, 1863, a German edition of Rabbi Nathan Nata Hanover's work on the insurrection of the Cossacks in the seventeenth century, with a preface by Kayserling.
Other works which may be mentioned are "Zeitgenossen, Biografien und Charakteristichen" (Berlin, 1862); "Bibliografia dei lavori pubblicati in Germania sulla storia d'Italia" (Berlin, 1863); "Biographische Denkblätter nach personlichen Erinnerungen" (Biographical memorials from personal memories, Leipzig, 1878); and "Saggi di storia e letteratura" (Florence, 1880). Reumont's other important work, one which he was peculiarly fitted to write, was his "Aus Friedrich Wilhelms IV. gesunden und kranken Tagen" (From Frederick William IV's healthy and sick days, Leipzig, 1885).
Under the title "Zeitgenossen" he published a series of biographical sketches (1871–72), and afterwards the monograph "Martin Schongauer" (1881), a "Geschichte der holländischen Malerei" (History of Dutch painting, 1885), besides biographies of Dutch and Flemish painters in Dohme's "Kunst und Künstler" (Art and artists, 1876). He also edited dictionaries of artist biographies, and compiled "Rembrandt-Galerie" (1885), and translated Houbraken's "The Great Theatre of Dutch Painters" (original Dutch edition 1718).
His writings are very numerous: the most important are some contributions to a periodical work—the "Library of Criminal Law", published by MM. Feuerbach and Grollmann, on the "Origin of War and its Influence of Civilization", 1788; on the "Progress and Decay of the Sciences", 1789; on the "Rights and Constitution of the Germanic Diet" during the vacancy of the imperial throne, 1792; a philosophical essay on the "Penal Laws of the French Republic"; the "Past, Present, and Future Condition of Germany" considered politically. His works are enumerated, and a very elaborate account of him is to be found in Hasse's "Zeitgenossen", 3rd series, vol. i. bd. v.
The latter two works subsequently appeared as "Geschichte der deutschen Literatur von Leibniz bis auf unsere Zeit" (History of German literature from Leibniz until modern times; 4 vols., 1886–1896). Schmidt also wrote a "Geschichte der französischen Literatur seit der Revolution" (History of French literature since the Revolution; 1857), "Uebersicht der englischen Litteratur im 19. Jahrhundert" (Outline of English literature of the 19th century; 1859); "Schiller und seine Zeitgenossen" (Schiller and his contemporaries; 1859); the collections of essays "Bilder aus dem geistigen Leben unserer Zeit" (Snapshots from the intellectual life of our time; 1870–74), and "Porträts aus dem 19. Jahrhundert" (Portraits from the nineteenth century; 1878)
Born in Bad Nauheim, Hentschel from 1979 to 1985 studied physics, philosophy, science, history and musicology at the University of Hamburg. He completed his studies in philosophy in 1985 with the master's examination, and a study in physics in 1987. After some studies in the United States, among others in Boston on a DAAD, he in 1989 received his PhD at the University of Hamburg. His thesis was entitled "Interpretationen und Fehlinterpretationen der speziellen und der allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie durch Zeitgenossen Albert Einsteins" (Interpretations and misinterpretations of the special and general relativity theory by Albert Einstein's contemporaries).
His son, Karl Wilhelm Böttiger (August 15, 1790 - November 26, 1862; not to be confused with the Swedish writer Carl Wilhelm Böttiger), was a historian and biographer of his father. He wrote "Karl August Böttiger. Eine biographische Skizze", a biographical sketch (Leipzig, 1837). From his father's papers, he edited the posthumous work "Litterarische Zustände und Zeitgenossen" (Literary circumstances and contemporaries, 2 vols., Leipzig, 1838). Karl Wilhelm Böttiger contributed the history of Saxony to Heeren and Ukert's "Europäische Staatengeschichte", and his "Allgemeine Geschichte für Schule und Haus" (Universal history for school and home) and "Deutsche Geschichte für Schule und Haus" (German history for school and home) passed through many editions. From 1821 until his death he was professor of history in Erlangen.
In Wieland's later novels, such as the "Geheime Geschichte des Philosophen Peregrinus Proteus" (1791) and "Aristipp und einige seiner Zeitgenossen" (1800–1802), a didactic and philosophic tendency obscures the small literary interest they possess. He also translated Horace's "Satires" (1786), Lucian's "Works" (1788–1789), Cicero's "Letters" (1808 ff.), and from 1796 to 1803 he edited the "Attisches Museum" which did valuable service in popularizing Greek studies. Wieland was also strongly influenced by the French fairy-tale vogue of the 18th century, he published a collection of tales entitled "Dschinnistan" (1786–1789), which included three original tales, 'Der Stein der Weisen' ('The Philosopher's Stone'), 'Timander und Melissa', and 'Der Druide oder die Salamanderin und die Bildsäule' ('The Druid or the Salamander and the Painted Pillar'). Wieland had a strong influence on the German literature of his time.