• Johann Georg Repsold

    Johann Georg Repsold (September 19, 1770 – January 14, 1830) was a German astronomer.

  • Johann Georg Fischer

    Johann Georg Fischer

    Johann Georg Fischer (25 October 1816 – 4 May 1897) was a German poet and playwright.

  • Johann Georg Wagler

    Johann Georg Wagler (28 March 1800 – 23 August 1832) was a German herpetologist and ornithologist.

  • Johann Georg Schwarz

    Johann Georg Schwarz (Иван Григорьевич Шварц; 1751–1784) was a philosophy professor at Moscow University who headed the Russian branch of the Rosicrucian Society.

  • Johann Georg Sturm

    Johann Georg Sturm (1742–1793) was a German natural history illustrator noted for the plates in Joseph Gaertner's De Fructibus et Seminibus Plantarum , and for co-authoring Deutschlands Flora in Abbildungen. He was the father of Jacob Sturm (1771–1848), a noted entomologist, who engraved the illustrations for the supplement to De Fructibus et Seminibus Plantarum.

  • Johann Georg Bodmer

    Johann Georg Bodmer

    Johann Georg Bodmer (December 6, 1786 – May 29, 1864) was a prolific Swiss inventor, making contributions to areas ranging from weaponry to steam engines, textile manufacture (machinery for wool spinning), and railroad construction.

  • Johann Georg Jacobi

    Johann Georg Jacobi

    Johann Georg Jacobi (September 2, 1740 – January 4, 1814) was a German poet.

  • Johann Georg Graevius

    Johann Georg Graevius (originally Grava or Greffe; 29 January 1632 – 11 January 1703) was a German classical scholar and critic. He was born in Naumburg, in the Electorate of Saxony.

  • Johann Georg Gmelin

    Johann Georg Gmelin

    Johann Georg Gmelin (8 August 1709 – 20 May 1755) was a German naturalist, botanist and geographer.

  • Johann Georg von Soldner

    Johann Georg von Soldner

    Johann Georg von Soldner (16 July 1776 in Feuchtwangen, Ansbach – 13 May 1833 in Bogenhausen, Munich ) was a German physicist, mathematician and astronomer, first in Berlin and later in 1808 in Munich.

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