HOERNES Moritz, prehistory and early history researcher (January 29, 1852 Vienna, Austria - July 10, 1917 Vienna)
Hoernes studied 1870-73 in Vienna, 1874/75 in Berlin, 1875-77 again in Vienna, where he received his doctorate in 1878 in the subjects of classical archeology and philology. In 1878 he took part in the occupation campaign in Bosnia as a lieutenant. As the first representative of prehistory at a German university, he became an unpaid associate professor in 1899, a salaried associate professor in 1907 and a full professor in 1911.
His poetry appeared pseudonymously; for Hugo Wolf he created the opera text Manuel Venegas.