Anton Wilhelm Ertl
He studied law at Ingolstadt, and from around 1680, worked as a lawyer in the Munich court. He also served as a judge in the jurisdictions of various monasteries in Bavaria (from 1682). In 1705 he received the title of imperial counsellor and was a lawyer of the imperial equestrian order in Suebia.
He was the author of:
- Austriana Regina Arabiae (1688): A novel Ertl dedicated to Prince Joseph I (1678–1711).
- Chur-bayerischer Atlas (1687): An atlas with descriptions of Bavarian places of interest of which a short story accompanies engravings of the pertinent locations (engravings by Johann Ulrich Kraus).
- Relationes Curiosae Bavaricae (1685): A collection of anecdotes and character portrayals derived from Bavarian history.
- Leitschuh, Max: Die Matrikeln der Oberklassen des Wilhelmsgymnasiums in München, 4 Bde., München 1970-1976; Bd. 1, S. 197
- Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Upsaliensis: Proceedings of the Fourteenth edited by Astrid Steiner-Weber
- Google Books Austriana Regina Arabiae
- Google Books Relationes Curiosae Bavaricae
- WorldCat Identities Most widely held works by Anton Wilhelm Ertl
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