[ mˈɒmsɛn], [ mˈɒmsɛn], [ m_ˈɒ_m_s_ɛ_n]
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Karl Friedrich Lorenz mommsen (; German: [Ã‹Ë†mommsÃ‰â„¢n]; 26 January 1793 - 2 January 1873) was a German jurist, historian and classical scholar. He is considered as one of the fathers of German legal history. He was also a renowned literary critic, prolific writer, and editor of historical texts.
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