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The classical philologist Dr. Rainer Nickel, born in Korbach in 1940, worked since 1965 as a teacher for German and philosophy in Berlin, Kiel, Hermannsburg and Göttingen, among other places. He received his doctorate from the FU Berlin in 1970 with a dissertation on the history of philosophy. From 1985 to 2005 he was principal at a grammar school in Göttingen. Thereupon he had held a teaching position at the University of Göttingen until his retirement. Since 2008 Dr. Nickel has been a lecturer at the Marburg Seminar for Classical Philology and, since 2014, at the also at the University of Basel. He has published numerous specialized didactic works, textbooks, teaching materials, lexicons, translations, and bilingual text editions (Tusculum and Reclam), works on the journal "Der altsprachliche Unterricht" and is co-editor of the series "Nova Classica" and "Ars Didactica." His main research interests include the theory of translation and the question of the presence of antiquity in our time.