Right back to the time of Niels Henrik Abel, getting a stipend for further studies abroad was something that the most promising young Norwegian men of science could almost count on. And now, when the country’s great mathematician, Sophus Lie, was in a prestigious position abroad, Lie and Leipzig were a natural travel destinations for the coming generation of Norwegian mathematicians. At the very least, Lie could certainly give the best advice as to where it was most advantageous to go. The first out was Axel Thue.
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