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Vatroslav Jagi 6 July 1838 5 August 1923 was a prominent Croatian scholar of Slavic studies in the second half of the 19th century.Jagi was born in Vara din then known by its German name of Warasdin , where he attended the elementary school and is the place where he started his secondary school education He finished that level of education at the Gymnasium in Zagreb Having a particular interest in philology, he moved to Vienna, where he was lectured in Slavic studies under the guidance of Franc Miklo i He continued his studies and defended his doctoral dissertation Das Leben der Wurzel d in Croatischen Sprachen in Leipzig Germany in 1871.Upon finishing his studies, Jagi returned to Zagreb, where from 1860 to 1870 he held the position of professor at a Croatian high school.In 1869, Jagi was elected a full member of the Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts now named the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts , and a correspondent member of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg Next year, 1871, he became a professor of Slavic studies at Odessa University Novorossiysk University and worked also in Berlin, where he moved in 1874 to become the very first professor of Slavic studies at the prestigious Friedrich Wilhelm University of Berlin Jagi held this post until 1880, when he moved again and became teacher at the University of St Petersburg.In 1886, he returned to Vienna, where his studies started to be a replacement for retiring former lecturer Miklo i at the University of Vienna Here he taught, did research, and published until his own retirement in 1908.Jagi died in Vienna but was laid to rest in his native Vara din.
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- Ein Unedierter Griechischer Psalmenkommentar (Classic Reprint)
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