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H. M. Ayres, ed.  The Reader’s Dictionary of Authors.  1917.
 
Bernard Jacques Joseph Maximilien de Ring (1799–1873)
 
Ring, Bernard Jacques Joseph Maximilien de (rang). A French archæologist; born at Bonn, Rhenish Prussia, May 27, 1799; died at Bischleim, Alsace, in 1873. He devoted himself from his sixteenth year to the study of archæology, and published ‘Picturesque Views of the Old Castles of Baden’ (1829); ‘Celtic Settlement in Southern Germany’ (1842); ‘Roman Settlement of the Rhine to the Danube’ (1852–53), crowned by the French Academy; and ‘History of the Opiques People: Their Legislation, Customs, and Language’ (1859).
 
 
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