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Emil Theodor Schreiner

Birthdate: (78)
Birthplace: Domkirken sogn, Oslo, Akershus, Norway
Death: November 15, 1910 (78)
Oslo, Oslo, Norway
Place of Burial: Vår Frelsers gravlund, felt 009, Oslo, Oslo, Norway
Immediate Family:

Son of Peter Heinrich Schreiner and Andrea Wiborg Schreiner
Husband of Gunhild Heiberg Schreiner
Father of Emil Schreiner; Johanna Schreiner; Andrea Schreiner; Sophus Bugge Schreiner; Elisabeth Brendstrup and 4 others
Brother of Benedicta Sophie Schreiner; Peter Andreas Schreiner; Simonine Alvilde Schreiner; Karen Sophie Schreiner; Simon Wiborg Schreiner and 1 other

Occupation: Rektor
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About Emil Theodor Schreiner

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emil_Schreiner

Emil Theodor Schreiner (26 November 1831 – 15 November 1910) was a Norwegian philologist and educator.

Schreiner was born in Christiania (now called Oslo) in 1831. He was the son of merchant Peter Heinrich Schreiner (1794–1880) and Andrea Wiborg (1801–1882). His father migrated to Norway from Flensburg.

Schreiner took his examen artium at Christiania Cathedral School in 1849, and graduated from the Royal Frederick University with the cand.philol. degree in 1855. He studied in Berlin for one year and also worked as a teacher of the secondary school Nissens Latin- og Realskole.

Schneiner started his own school in 1859, but sold it in 1862 to work for a year as a research fellow at the university. He wrote his only academic paper, Om Forholdet mellom rythmus og metrum, but it was not published until 1866, when Schreiner had returned to the school system. He worked at Christiania Cathedral School from 1863 to 1872. From 1870 he was acting principal while Frederik Ludvig Vibe was ill.

In 1872 Schreiner was made the principal at Skien Latinskole a post he held until 1876. He was at Drammen Latinskole from 1877 to 1893 and Kristiania Cathedral School (the school had changed spelling) from 1894 to 1907.

Schreiner wrote several textbooks for the school system. Latinsk Sproglære til Skolebrug was released in 1871, and issued in the third edition in 1885. It faced competition in its time from Johan Peter Weisse's grammar Latinsk Grammatik til Skolebrug, also released in 1871, but Weisse's book was considered too difficult for school students, and was outsold by Schreiner's book.[3] Schreiner's Latinsk Vocabularium til Skolebrug was released in 1880, and issued in the sixth edition in 1936. Kortfattet latinsk Ordføiningslære til Brug i Middelskolen only came in one edition, in 1881. In 1887 he published the Latin-Norwegian dictionary Latinsk Ordbog together with Jan Johanssen and Marius Nygaard, a book which is still in use—it has been updated and reissued, last in 1998.

Schreiner was a Commander, Second Class of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav. Despite having only worked one year at a university, as research fellow, Schreiner was also made a member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters from 1887. He was also invited to sit on the assessment committee for professor candidates at the university. In December 1875 he was a part of the majority of the committee which appointed Johan Peter Weisse as professor, in preference to Jan Johanssen.

Schreiner married his cousin Gunhild Heiberg Wiborg (1848–1932) in November 1872, and he was the brother-in-law of Sophus Bugge. Another of his cousins was the father of Kristian Schreiner. Emil Schreiner died in November 1910 in Kristiania.



Rektor (Principal, Headmaster) i Kristiania, Norway


Om Emil Theodor Schreiner (Norsk)

Gravsted på Vår Frelsers gravlund, Oslo


https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emil_Schreiner

Emil Theodor Schreiner (født 26. november 1831 i Christiania, død 15. november 1910) var en norsk klasisk filolog og pedagog.

Schreiner ble student i 1849 og cand. philol. i 1855. Etter noen år som lærer ved forskjellige privatskoler i Christiania og som universitetsstipendiat i klassisk filologi, ble han i 1863 adjunkt og i 1864 overlærer ved Christiania katedralskole. I 1872 ble han utnevnt til rektor i Skien, i 1877 til rektor i Drammen og i 1894 til rektor ved katedralskolen i Christiania. Han tok avskjed fra denne stillingen i 1907.

Schreiner var høyt ansett som lærer, særlig i latin, og var medlem av undervisningsrådet og av kommisjonen som var nedsatt i 1890 og utarbeidet et utkast til loven av 1896 om høyere skoler. Hans litterære virksomhet innskrenket seg til en mye brukt Latinsk Sproglære til Skolebrug (1871) og til en Latinsk ordbog, utgitt sammen med Jan Christian Johanssen og Marius Nygaard. Denne ordboken er senere kommet i flere nye opplag.

About Emil Theodor Schreiner (svenska)

https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emil_Schreiner

Emil Theodor Schreiner, född den 26 november 1831 i Kristiania, död där den 15 november 1910, var en norsk skolman.

Schreiner var rektor 1872-77 i Skien, 1877-94 i Drammen och 1894-1907 vid Kristiania katedralskola. Han var ledamot av den kungliga kommittén angående de högre läroverken, vilken 1890-93 förberedde skollagen av den 27 juli 1896.

Hans Latinsk sproglære til skolebrug (1871) avlöste J.N. Madvigs och blev allenarådande i Norges läroverk, tills latinet som obligatorium genom ovannämnda skollag avskaffades. Tillsammans med Jan Christian Johanssen och Marius Nygaard utarbetade han Latinsk ordbog (1887).

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Emil Theodor Schreiner's Timeline

1831
November 26, 1831
Domkirken sogn, Oslo, Akershus, Norway
December 25, 1831
Oslo, Akershus, Norway (Hjemmedøpt. Stadfestet 3. juni 1832 i Domkirken.)
1873
November 14, 1873
Age 41
Skien
1875
January 3, 1875
Age 43
Skien
1876
October 4, 1876
Age 44
Skien
1878
October 12, 1878
Age 46
Drammen
1880
January 25, 1880
Age 48
Drammen
1881
September 11, 1881
Age 49
Drammen
1882
September 5, 1882
Age 50
Drammen, Drammen, Buskerud, Norway