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Paul Maas(Frankfurt am Main, 1880 – Oxford, 1964) was a philologist and a founding father of stemmatology.   Maas studied at the universities of Berlin and Munich. After gaining his PhD (1902) in classical philology he taught in Berlin and Königsberg. As a Jew, he was persecuted by the Nazis and emigrated to the United Kingdom (1939), where he continued his career in Oxford.