Johann Georg Graevius
Graevius, Johann Georg (yōˈhän gāˈôrk grāˈvēŏs) [key], 1632–1703, German antiquary. His German name was Gräve or Greffe. He was historiographer to William III of England and is remembered for his vast catalogs of Roman and Italian antiquities.
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