Anton Wilhelm Ertl

Anton Wilhelm Ertl (10 September 1654, Munich – c.1715) was a German lawyer and geographer.

Copperplate of the Monastery Ramsau by Johann Ulrich Kraus from the "Churbaierischen Atlas" of Anton Wilhelm Ertl, (1687).

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.[1]

He was the author of:


  1. 1 2 Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Upsaliensis: Proceedings of the Fourteenth edited by Astrid Steiner-Weber
  2. Google Books Austriana Regina Arabiae
  3. Google Books Relationes Curiosae Bavaricae

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