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  • BABBITT, Irving

    BABBITT, Irving. Dayton, Ohio 2.8.1865 — 15.7.1933. U.S. Romance Philologist interested in Pāli. Parents Edwin Dwight B. and Augusta Darling. Educated at Harvard (A.B. 1889, A.M. 1993, including Sanskrit), also studies in Paris ...

  • BABINGTON, Benjamin Guy

    BABINGTON, Benjamin Guy. London 5.3.1794 — London 5/8.4.1865. British Physician interested in Tamil Language and Literature. Son of a London physician, ...

  • BACHHOFER, Ludwig

    BACHHOFER, Ludwig. München 30.6.1894 — Carmel CA 1976. German Art Historian in the U.S.A. Professor in Chicago. Studies at Munich, Ph.D. 1921, PD ...

  • BACOT, Jacques

    BACOT, Jacques. St.-Germain-en-Laye (Indre) 4.7.1877 — Paris 25.6.1965. French Traveller and Tibetologist. Born in a family of cloth merchants, with father ...

  • BADEN POWELL, Baden Henry

    BADEN POWELL, Baden Henry (Baden Henry Powell). 1841 — 2.1.1901. British Colonian Servant in India. Son of an Oxford Professor Rev. Baden Powell ...

  • BADER, Clarisse

    BADER, Clarisse. Strasbourg 28.12.1840 — Paris 5/14.2.1902. Mlle. French Journalist and Pioneer of Women’s Study, also interested in India. Daughter of Alsatian army ...

  • BAER, Emil

    BAER, Emil. Rifferswil in Loo, Canton Zürich 23.12.1884 — 19??. Swiss Priest and Student of Indology. Son of the factory owner Theodor B. ...

  • BAIER —> BAYER

    BAIER —> BAYER.

  • BAILEY, Benjamin

    BAILEY, Benjamin. Dewsbury, Yorkshire ?.11.1791 — Shelton, Shropshire 3.4.1871. Rev. British Missionary and Pioneer of Malayālam Lexicography. Son of Joseph and Martha B. ...

  • BAILEY, Harold Walter

    BAILEY, Harold Walter. Devizes, Wiltshire 16.12.1899 — 11.1.1996. Sir (1960). British Indo-Iranian Scholar, Famous Specialist of the Khotan Saka. Professor in ...

  • BAILEY, Thomas Grahame

    BAILEY, Thomas Grahame. 1872 — 1942. Rev. British (Scots) Priest and Indologist, a ...

  • BAILLY, Jean-Sylvain

    BAILLY, Jean-Sylvain. Paris 15.9.1736 — Paris 10.11.1793. French Mathematician, Astronomist and Historian of Astronomy. Also a politician, participated in early revolution, but was ...

  • BAINBRIDGE, R. B.

    BAINBRIDGE, R. B. 18?? — 19??. British Ethnologist concentrating on the Saoria tribe (also known as Pahariya) of Bihar. No further ...

  • BAINES, Jervoise Athelstan

    BAINES, Jervoise Athelstan. Bluntisham, Hunts 17.10.1847 — 26.11.1925. Sir. British Civil Servant in India and an Ethnologist. Son of ...

  • BAKE, Arnold Adriaan

    BAKE, Arnold Adriaan. Hilversum 19.5.1899 — 8.10.1963. Dutch Indologist in India and in the U.K. School at Hilversum and in 1912-18 ...

  • BAKTAY, Ervin

    BAKTAY, Ervin (Erwin, to 1925 Baktay-Gottesmann). Dunaharaszti 24.6.1890 — Budapest 7.5.1963 (when 73). Hungarian Art Historian. Originally intended to ...

  • BAL’MONT, Konstantin Dmitrievič

    BAL’MONT, Konstantin Dmitrievič. Gumnišči, Vladimir g. 15(3).6.1867 — Noisy-le-Grand near Paris 24.12.1942 (not 1943). Russian Poet, Critic, Essayist, Novelist, and Playwright, interested in ...

  • BALBI, Gasparo

    BALBI, Gasparo. 15?? — after 1590. Italian Merchant and Traveller, in the East 1579-86. He was from Venice and dealt in jewels, and ...

  • BALDAEUS (Baelde), Philippus

    BALDAEUS (Baelde), Philippus. Delft bapt. 24.10.1632 — Geervliet 1671. Dutch Traveller. Son of Jan Baelde and Maria Junius, of Flemish origin. After Latin ...

  • BALFOUR, Edward Green

    BALFOUR, Edward Green. Angus, Montrose 6.9.1813 — London 8.12.1889. British (Scots) Physician in India. Son of Captain George B. Educated at Montrose and ...

  • BALFOUR, Francis

    BALFOUR, Francis. 17?? — 18??. British (Scots) Physician in India. Probably born in Edinburgh, Dr.Med. there in 1767. From 1769 or soon after ...

  • BALINT-ILLYÉS, Gabor Szentkátolnai

    BALINT-ILLYÉS, Gabor Szentkátolnai. Szentkátolna 13.3.1844 — 1913. Hungarian Altaic Scholar, Polyglott and Linguist, also interested in Dravidian. Professor in ...

  • BALL, Valentine

    BALL, Valentine. Dublin 14.7.1843 — Dublin 15.6.1895. Irish Scientist in India. Son of the naturalist Robert B. (1802–57), educated at Trinity College (B.A. ...

  • BALLANTYNE, James Robert

    BALLANTYNE, James Robert. Kelso, Teriotdale 13.12.1813 — London 18.2.1864. British (Scots) Indologist in India. A nephew (sister’s son) of —> J. ...

  • BALLHATCHET, Kenneth

    BALLHATCHET, Kenneth A. Bristol 29.11.1922 — 13.3.1995. British Historian of South Asia. Professor in London. Educated at Clifton College in Bristol and from ...

  • BALLIN, L

    BALLIN, L. 18?? — 1???. Frenchman apparently knowing Sanskrit. Doctor. “Ancien sous-inspecteur des forêts”, in 1897 living in Autun. Continued Fauche’s Mahabharata translation. ...

  • BALLINI, Ambrogio

    BALLINI, Ambrogio. Asola (near Mantua) 19.7.1879 — 20.3.1950. Italian Indologist, especially Jaina Scholar. Professor in Padua, Milano and Rome. Studied at ...

  • BALLY, Charles-Louis

    BALLY, Charles-Louis. Genève 4.2.1865 — Genève 10.4.1947. Swiss Linguist and Greek scholar. Son of a teacher, lost early his father (1870). From 1883 ...

  • BĂNĂŢEANU, Vlad

    BĂNĂŢEANU, Vlad. Timişoara 22.7.1900 — 1963. Romanian IE and Classical Scholar, Armenologist and Indologist. Professor in Bucureşti. First studies of law ...

  • BANG KAUP, Willy

    BANG KAUP, Willy (Willi, Wilhelm Max Julius Bang Kaup). Wesel 8/9.8.1869 — Darmstadt 8.10.1934. German Linguist, Turcic and Iranian Scholar. Professor at Louvain ...

  • BANHA, Manuel

    BANHA, Manuel. 1??? — 1???. Franciscan Missionary in India, probably in the 17th century, author of an unpublished Konkani dictionary, ms. disappeared.

  • BANNERTH, Ernst

    BANNERTH, Ernst. Eilenburg, Sachsen 13.10.1895 — Cairo 29.4.1976. German Urdu and Islamic Scholar and Catholic priest. Educated in Leipzig, 1913 became professional officer ...

  • BAPTISTA, Manuel

    BAPTISTA, Manuel. 1??? — 1???. Franciscan Missionary in India in the 17th century, author of a Konkani catechism. Apparently also an architect and ...

  • BARADIJN, Badzar Baradinevič

    BARADIJN, Badzar Baradinevič. v Mogojtuj Aginsk. ajmaka 16.6.(28.6.)1878 — 24.8.1937. Russian (Buryat) Buddhist, Tibetan and Mongol scholar. Born in a herder family. Graduated ...

  • BARANNIKOV, Aleksej Petrovič

    BARANNIKOV, Aleksej Petrovič. Zolotonoša, Poltavskaja obl. 25.2. (9.3.)1890 — 4.9.1952. Russian (Ukrainian) Indologist. Son of a worker, graduated 1914 at Kiev ...

  • BARATTI, Giuseppina

    BARATTI, Giuseppina. 18?? — 19??. Italian, probably student of Kerbaker.

    Publications: translated: ...

  • BARBORKA, Geoffrey Avery

    BARBORKA, Geoffrey Avery. 1897 — 1983. U.S. Theosophist.

    Publications: Pearl of the Orient: Bhagavad-Gita for Western ...

  • BARBOSA, Duarte

    BARBOSA, Duarte. Lisbon c. 1480? — Cebu, Philippines 1.5.1521. Portuguese Traveller in the East. Son of Diogo B. He came to India as ...

  • BARDELLI, Giuseppe

    BARDELLI, Giuseppe. Branciolino 1816 (or 1815) — Firenze 2.10.1865. Abbate. Italian Indologist and Orientalist (Sinologist and Coptic Scholar). Professor at Pisa, ...

  • BARDÓN Y GÓMEZ, Lázaro

    BARDÓN Y GÓMEZ, Lázaro. Inicio 8.6.1810 — Madrid 9.6.1897. Spanish Priest and Classical Scholar interested in Sanskrit. Born in the province of Léon. ...

  • BAREAU, André

    BAREAU, André. Saint Maudé (Seine) 31.12.1921 — 2.3.1993. French Buddho­logist. Professor in Paris. Son of an accountant. Studied at Paris (under ...

  • BARIĆ, Henrik

    BARIĆ, Henrik. Dubrovnik 28.1.1888 — Beograd 3.4.1959. Yugoslavian (Croatian?) Linguist. Studies at Graz and Vienna. Ph.D. 1912 Vienna. From 1920 PD, then Professor ...

  • BARNETT, Lionel David

    BARNETT, Lionel David. Liverpool 21.10.1871 — 28.1.1960. British Indologist. Son of a banker. Educated at University College in Liverpool and at ...

  • BARR, Kaj

    BARR, Kaj. Copenhagen 26.6.1896 — 4.1.1970. Danish Iranian Scholar. Professor in Copenhagen. Son of a mechanic, matriculated in Copenhagen 1917. Studied ...

  • BARRETO, Júlio Francisco Antönio Adeodato

    BARRETO, Júlio Francisco Antönio Adeodato. Margão 3.12.1905 — 6.8.1937. Portuguese (Luso-Goan) author and journalist. Son of Vicente Mariano B., ...

  • BARRETT, LeRoy Carr

    BARRETT, LeRoy Carr. Cape Girardeau, Missouri 11.3.1877 — 16.7.1960. U.S. Classical Scholar and Indologist. Studies at Washington and Lee (A.B. 1897) ...

  • BARSTOW, A. E

    BARSTOW, A. E. 18?? — 19??. British. Colonial Officer. Major. Served in the Punjab in the early years of the 20th century.

  • BARTH, Marie-Étienne-Auguste

    BARTH, Marie-Étienne-Auguste. Strasbourg 22.3.1834 — Paris 15.4.1916. French Indologist. Born in Strasbourg as the son of catholic ...

  • BARTHÉLEMY-SAINT-HILAIRE, Jules

    BARTHÉLEMY-SAINT-HILAIRE, Jules. Paris 19.8.1805 — 24.11.1895. French Philosopher, Classical Scholar and Politician, also interested in Indology and Indian Thought. Born as ...

  • BARTHÉLEMY, Adrien Léon Nicolas

    BARTHÉLEMY, Adrien Léon Nicolas. Paris 24.8.1859 — Emancé (Rambouillet) 18.12.1949. French Iranist and Arabist. Studied ...

  • BARTHOLD, W.

    BARTHOLD, W. —> BARTOL’D, V. V.

  • BARTHOLOMAE, Friedrich Christian Leonhard

    BARTHOLOMAE, Friedrich Christian Leonhard. Forsthaus in Forstleithen bei Limmersdorf, Land­kreis Kulmbach 21.1.1855 — ...

  • BARTHOUX (Couyat-Barthoux), Jules-J

    BARTHOUX (Couyat-Barthoux), Jules-J. 1881 — 1965. French Geologist and Archaeologist. Born as Jules Couyat. Worked as geologist in Maroc, Egypt and Arabia, collaborated ...

  • BARTOL’D, Vasilij Vladimirovič (Wilhelm Barthold)

    BARTOL’D, Vasilij Vladimirovič (Wilhelm Barthold). St.Petersburg 3(15).11.1869 — Leningrad 19.8.1930. Russian Scholar of Central Asian History and Geography, one of the most famous ...

  • BARTOLI, Emilio

    BARTOLI, Emilio. 2.10.1861 — 19??. Italian Indologist and Translator of Sanskrit Literature. Student of Kerbaker. In the 1910s teacher (“professor”) of ...

  • BARTOLI, Matteo Giulio

    BARTOLI, Matteo Giulio. Albona (now Labin in Croatia), Istria 22.11.1873 — Torino 23.1.1946. Italian Lin­guist. Ph.D. Vienna. Also studied in Paris. After a ...

  • BARTUS, Theodor

    BARTUS, Theodor. Lassan 30.1.1858 — Berlin 28.1.1941. German, Assistant to the Berlin Ethnological Museum, participated in all four Prussian Turfan expeditions 1902–14. Son ...

  • BARUCH, Willy

    BARUCH, Willy. Herford 1900 — ?.3.1954. German (Jew) Indologist, Sinologist, Buddhist and Central Asian Scholar. Studies at Berlin and Leipzig, student ...

  • BASHAM, Arthur Llewellyn

    BASHAM, Arthur Llewellyn. Loughton, Essex 24.5.1914 — Calcutta 27.1. 1986. British Indologist in Australia. Professor in London and Canberra. Son of ...

  • BASSOLS DE CLIMENT, Mariano

    BASSOLS DE CLIMENT, Mariano. Figueras 12.12.1903 — Barcelona 20.10.1973. Spanish Classical Scholar, Professor of Latin in Barcelona, where he also taught Sanskrit. Studies ...

  • BASTIAN, Adolf

    BASTIAN, Adolf. Bremen 26.6.1826 — Port-of-Spain, Trinidad 2.2.1905. Catholic German Anthropo­logist, Psychologist, and Traveller, a pioneer of South-east Asian studies. Born in a ...

  • BASTON, Albert

    BASTON, Albert. 18?? — 19??. French Indologist. Probably a student of S. Lévi. Agrégé de l’université (1914). Still active in 1925.

  • BATE, John Drew

    BATE, John Drew. Plymouth 1836 — 26.1.1924. British Missionary, Priest, and Hindi Scholar. Member of the Baptist Mission in India 1865-97. After a short time ...

  • BAUDOUIN DE COURTENAY, Jan Ignacy Niecisław

    BAUDOUIN DE COURTENAY, Jan Ignacy Niecisław (Jean, in Russian Ivan Aleksandrovič Boduèn-de-Kurtenè). Radzymin near Warsaw 13.3.1845 — Warsaw 3.11.1929. Famous Polish Linguist. Son ...

  • BAUDRY, Frédéric

    BAUDRY, Frédéric. Rouen 25.7.1818 — Paris 2.1.1885. French IE Scholar. Librarian in Paris. Son of a book printer. Studied law (barrister 1841) and ...

  • BAUER, Hubert

    BAUER, Hubert. 18?? — 19??. Austrian (?) Student of Iranian. Ph.D. 1920 Wien.

    Publications:

  • BAULEZ, M. J

    BAULEZ, M. J. 18?? — 19??. French Missionary in Pondichéry, South India.

    Publications: transl. from Tamil: Le Panchatantra. 1878.

    – Vingt ans dans l’lnde. 18+198 p. P. 1886

    – Methode de tamoul vulgaire. 258 p. Pondichéry 19

  • BAUMGARTNER, Alexander

    BAUMGARTNER, Alexander. Sankt Gallen 27.6.1841 — Luxembourg 5.9. 1910. S.J. Swiss Jesuit Scholar and Indologist. Son of an influential politician, Gallus ...

  • BAUNACK, Johannes Fürchtegott

    BAUNACK, Johannes Fürchtegott. Trebsen (east of Leipzig) 22.12.1854 — 1928. German Philologist. Son of school inspector Gottlob Franz B., brother of —> Th. ...

  • BAUNACK, Paul Theodor

    BAUNACK, Paul Theodor. Leipzig 21.2.1861 — 1932. German Philologist and Indo-Iranian Scholar. Brother ...

  • BAUSANI, Alessandro

    BAUSANI, Alessandro. Rome 29.5.1921 — Rome 11.3.1988. Italian Orientalist (Persian Scholar). Studies in Rome, graduated 1943. Ph.D. From 1944 incaricato di lingua e ...

  • BAYER, Theophil (Gottlieb) Siegfrid

    BAYER, Theophil (Gottlieb) Siegfrid. Königsberg 6.1.1694 — St. Petersburg 10.2.1738. German Orientalist and Historian, from Königsberg, was elected to the Imperial ...

  • BAYLEY, Edward Clive

    BAYLEY, Edward Clive. St.Petersburg 17.10.1821 — Keymer, Sussex 30.4.1884. Sir. British Civil Servant in India, interested in Antiquarian Studies. Only son ...

  • BAYNES, Herbert

    BAYNES, Herbert. 18?? — 19??. British Scholar of Indian Religions, a Theosophist. He was a member of the R.A.S. from 1885, ...

  • BAZIN-FOUCHER, Eugénie

    BAZIN-FOUCHER, Eugénie. 1889 — 30.1.1952. French Art-Historian. Originally studied English, then Indology under S. Lévi. In 1919 in Ceylon she married —> A. ...

  • BEAL, Samuel

    BEAL, Samuel. Devonport 27.11.1825 — Greens Norton 20.8.1889. British Priest, Sinologist and Buddhist Scholar. Although a priest, he was no missionary like most Sinologists of ...

  • BEAMAN, George Burnham

    BEAMAN, George Burnham. Cincinnati, Ohio 1.4.1870 — 12.2.1942. U.S. Student of Indology in Germany. Son of the rev. Edmund B., a Swedenborgian minister, and Sarah ...

  • BEAMES, John

    BEAMES, John. Greenwich 21.6.1837 — Clevedon, Somerset 24.5.1902. British Civil servant and Indologist in India, a Pioneer of Comparative NIA Studies. ...

  • BECCARINI-CRESCENZI, Elena

    BECCARINI-CRESCENZI, Elena. 18?? — 19??. Italian Poet and Translator interested in Sanskrit. Born of (or married to) an old noble family of Siena. Probably student of Pavolini, the lived in Frascati.

    Publications: ...

  • BECHTEL, Fritz (Friedrich)

    BECHTEL, Fritz (Friedrich). Durlach 2.2.1855 — Halle 9.3.1924. German IE Scholar. Professor in Göttingen and Halle. Son of a deacon. After a brief ...

  • BECKER, Christophorus Edmund

    BECKER, Christophorus Edmund. Würzburg 28.10.1875 (or Eisoff near Frankfurt 22.10.) — 21.4.1937 (or 30.3.. S.D.S. German Catholic Missionary in India and Scholar of Missiology and ...

  • BECKH, Christoph Eugen Hermann

    BECKH, Christoph Eugen Hermann. Nürnberg 4.5.1875 — Stuttgart 1.3.1937. German Indologist and Tibetan ...

  • BEER, Eduard Friedrich Ferdinand

    BEER, Eduard Friedrich Ferdinand. Bautzen 15.6.1805 — Leipzig 5.4.1841. German Epigraphist and Semitic Scholar, a Pioneer of Cuneiform Studies. Son of a master ...

  • BEGLAR, Joseph David

    BEGLAR, Joseph David(itch) Melik. 18?? — 1???. Armenian Archaeologist in India. Son of David Fridomitch B. of Chinsura, trained at Calcutta Civil Engineering ...

  • BELIGATTI, Giovanni

    BELIGATTI, Giovanni —> CASSIANO DA MACERATA

  • BELL, Charles Alfred

    BELL, Charles Alfred. Sir. Calcutta 31.10.1870 — Oak Bay, Victoria, B.C. 8.3.1945. British Tibetan Scholar, Traveller, and Civil Servant in India. ...

  • BELL, Harry Charles Purvis

    BELL, Harry Charles Purvis. India ...

  • BELLASIS, Augustus Fortunatus

    BELLASIS, Augustus Fortunatus. India 1822 — 1872. British Civil Servant in India (Bombay Presidemcy) from 1842, served as Collector and Magistrate of Hyderabad ...

  • BELLEW, Henry Walter

    BELLEW, Henry Walter. Nusserabad 30.8.1834 — Farnham Royal, Buckinghamshire 26.7.1892. British Physician and Orientalist (Pashto Scholar) in India. Son of Captain ...

  • BELLIN, Antoine-Gaspard

    BELLIN, Antoine-Gaspard. Lyon 15.6.1815 — Lyon 3.4.1891. French Literate interested in Oriental Studies. Studies at Lyon, Dr.iuris 1839. Served ...

  • BELLONI-FILIPPI, Ferdinando

    BELLONI-FILIPPI, Ferdinando. Buti near Pisa 7/17.7.1877 — Firenze 24.1. 1960. Italian Indologist. Professor in Firenze and Pisa. A student of Pullé ...

  • BELTRAMI, Arnaldo

    BELTRAMI, Arnaldo. 1.9.1862 — 19??. Italian Classical Scholar interested in Indology. Ph.D. 1885. He was a schoolteacher (Professor) of Latin and Greek at R. Liceo ...

  • BENARY, Franz Simon Ferdinand

    BENARY, Franz Simon Ferdinand. Kassel 22.3.1805 — Berlin 7.2.1880. German Indologist and Orientalist. ...

  • BENARY, Karl Albert Agathon

    BENARY, Karl Albert Agathon. Kassel 17.1.1807 — Berlin 6.12.1860. German Classical and IE ...

  • BENDALL, Cecil

    BENDALL, Cecil. London 1.7.1856 — Liverpool 14.3.1906. British Indologist, a Specialist of Buddhist Mahāyāna Literature in Sanskrit. Professor in Cambridge. Son ...

  • BENDER, Ernest

    BENDER, Ernest. Buenos Aires 2.1.1919 — Philadelphia 18.4.1996. U.S. Indo­logist. Professor in Philadelphia. Born in Argentina as U.S. citizen, came to ...

  • BENDER, Harold Herman

    BENDER, Harold Herman. Martinsburg, W.Va. 20.4.1882 — 15.8.1951. U.S. IE, Indo-Iranian, and Lithuanian Scholar. Professor in Princeton. Born in an old ...

  • BENFEY, Theodor

    BENFEY, Theodor. Nörten bei Göttingen 28.1.1809 — Göttingen 26.6.1881. German Indologist and IE Scholar. Professor in Göttingen. Born in a Jewish ...

  • BENIGNY, Gyula (Julius)

    BENIGNY, Gyula (Julius). 1890 — 1966. Hungarian IE Linguist. Ph.D. In the 1930s eo. Professor of IE Linguistics at Debrecen University.

  • BÉNISTI (Monié-Bénisti, née Sarfati)

    BÉNISTI (Monié-Bénisti, née Sarfati), Mireille. Algier 10.10.1909 — 11.12. 1993. French Art Historian ...

  • BENNETT, A. A. G

    BENNETT, A. A. G. 1??? — 1???. Mrs. In Maha Bodhi Society, active in 1956/66.

    Publications: ...

  • BENNETT, C. H. A.

    BENNETT, Charles Henry Allan (Ananda Metteyya Thera). London 8.12.1872 — 9.3.1923. British Bauddha. Son of an engineer, studied science (analytical chemistry). Interested in Buddhism in 1890 after reading Arnold’s The Light of Asia. ...

  • BENNETT, Charles Henry Allan (Ananda Metteyya Thera)

    BENNETT, Charles Henry Allan (Ananda Metteyya Thera). London 8.12.1872 — 9.3.1923. British Bauddha. Son of an engineer, studied science (analytical chemistry). Interested in Buddhism in 1890 after reading Arnold’s The Light of Asia. ...

  • BENTLEY, John

    BENTLEY, John. 1756? — Calcutta 4.3.1823 (when 67). British Mathematician and Astronomer. Spent long time in India. While severely criticizing the supposed high antiquity of ...

  • BENVENISTE, Émile

    BENVENISTE, Émile. Aleppo, Syria 25.2. or 27.4.1902 — Paris 3.10.1976. French Iranian scholar and Linguist. Professor in Paris. Son of Professor ...

  • BEREZOVSKIJ, Mihail Mihailovič

    BEREZOVSKIJ, Mihail Mihailovič. 1848 — 1912. Russian Traveller in Central Asia. rom 1976 repeatedly with Potanin in Mongolia, starting as zoologist and botanist, ...

  • BERG, Cornelis Christian

    BERG, Cornelis Christian. Rotterdam-West 18.12.1900 — 25.6.1990. Dutch South-East Asian Scholar. Professor in Leiden. ...

  • BERGAIGNE, Abel-Henri-Joseph

    BERGAIGNE, Abel-Henri-Joseph. Vimy (Pas-de-Calais) 31.8.1838 — La Grave (Hautes Alpes) 6.8.1888. French Indologist. Professor in Paris. Educated in Amiens. He abandoned ...

  • BERGH VAN EYSINGA, Gustaaf Adolf van den

    BERGH VAN EYSINGA, Gustaaf Adolf van den. ’s-Gravenhage 27.6.1874 — Bloemendaal 26.5.1957. Dutch Protestant Theologian ...

  • BERGMANN, Benjamin Fürchtegott Balthasar von

    BERGMANN, Benjamin Fürchtegott Balthasar von. Arrasch, Livonia 17.11.1772 — Blussen b. Wenden 16.8.1856. German (Livonian) Priest and Traveller, a Pioneer of Lamaist Studies. ...

  • BERGMANN, Frédéric-Guillaume (Friedrich Wilhelm)

    BERGMANN, Frédéric-Guillaume (Friedrich Wilhelm). Strasbourg 9.2.1812 — Stras­bourg 13.11.1887. French (Alsatian) Linguist and Philologist. Professor in Strasbourg. Studies of theology at Paris, of ...

  • BERGNY, A. V

    BERGNY, A. V. 18?? — 19??. British? Ph.D.

    Publications: “Notes on some ...

  • BERGSTEDT, Carl Fredrik

    BERGSTEDT, Carl Fredrik. Lillkyrka, Örebro län 24.7.1817 — Skrukarp, Kristberg socken 26.1.1890. Swedish Literate interested in Sanskrit. Son of a farmer, ...

  • BERLINZOLA, Marcella

    BERLINZOLA, Marcella. 1??? — . Italian Indologist. In the 1930s studied seven years Sanskrit under Formichi. In 1943 collaborated with Pettazzoni.

    Publications: “Attendibilita del commento di Nīlakaṇṭha al Mahābhārata”, RSO ...

  • BERNARD, Theos Casimir

    BERNARD, Theos Casimir. L.A. 10.12.1908 — Kosar, Pakistan 1947. U.S. Bauddha. Graduated at the University of Arizona Law School (L.L.B. 1931) and Columbia ...

  • BERNEKER, Erich

    BERNEKER, Erich. Königsberg 3.2.1874 — Munich 15/20.3.1937. German Linguist, mainly Slavic, but also IE Scholar. Studies of Germanic at Freiburg i.Br. and of ...

  • BERNER, Vil’gel’m Mihajlovič

    BERNER, Vil’gel’m Mihajlovič. v Baranovič, Minskoj gub. (now Byelo-Russia) 1903 — Leningrad 1958. Russian Indologist. After school from 1917 apprenticed in NW railway, ...

  • BERNET KEMPERS, August Johan

    BERNET KEMPERS, August Johan. ’s-Hertogenbosch 7.10.1906 — 2.5.1992. Dutch Art Historian and South-East Asian Scholar, long time in Indonesia. Studies at Leiden, Ph.D. ...

  • BERNHARD, Franz

    BERNHARD, Franz. Schweidnitz/Schlesien 31.5.1931 — Mustang/Nepal 5.9. 1971. German Indologist. Professor in Hamburg. Son of a butcher from Silesia. Studied at ...

  • BERNHEIMER, Carlo

    BERNHEIMER, Carlo. Livorno 1877 — 1966. Italian (Jewish) Indologist and Palaeographist. From Leghorn, taught from 1906 as Docent of Sanskrit at ...

  • BERNIER, François

    BERNIER, François. Joué-Etiau (Maine-et-Loire) 26.9.1620 — Dauphine 22.9.1688. French Physician and Traveller in India. Spent twelve years (1656-68) in India, and was 8 years physician ...

  • BERNINI DA GARGHANO, Giuseppe Maria

    BERNINI DA GARGHANO, Giuseppe Maria —> GIUSEPPE MARIA DA GARGHANO (Bernardino Bernini)

  • BERNOULLI, Jean (Johann)

    BERNOULLI, Jean (Johann). Basel 4.11.1744 — Berlin-Köpemick 13.7.1807. Swiss Scholar interested in India. Born in the family of famous ...

  • BERNŠTAM, Aleksandr Natanovič

    BERNŠTAM, Aleksandr Natanovič. v Kerči 1.(14.)10.1910 — 10.12.1956 (when 47). Russian Central Asian Archaeologist. Graduated 1931 from Leningrad Inst. of History, Philology and Linguistics. Kand. ...

  • BERNSTEIN, Georg Heinrich

    BERNSTEIN, Georg Heinrich. Kospeda near Jena 12.1.1787 —Lauban, Silesia 5.4.1860. German Orientalist, mainly a Syriac Scholar, but also interested in Sanskrit. Professor in ...

  • BERTHELOT, Pierre-Eugène-Marcellin

    BERTHELOT, Pierre-Eugène-Marcellin. Paris 25.10.1827 — Paris 18.3.1907. French Chemist, famous for his work on Organic Chemistry. Also a Scholar of the ...

  • BERTHOLET, Alfred Robert Felix

    BERTHOLET, Alfred Robert Felix. Basel 9.11.1868 — Münsterlingen 24.8.1951. Swiss Scholar of Comparative Religion and reformed theologian in Germany. Professor in Göttingen and ...

  • BERTRAND, François-Marie, l’abbé

    BERTRAND, François-Marie, l’abbé. Fontainebleau (Seine-et-Marne) 26.10. 1807 — Versailles 30.1.1881. French Indologist (Hindi) ...

  • BESANT, Annie (née Wood)

    BESANT, Annie (née Wood). London 1.10.1847 — Adyar (Madras) 19.9.1933. British Theosophist. Daughter of William Page Wood and Emily Morris, educated privately in England, ...

  • BESCHI, Constantino Gioseffo Eusebio (Constanzo B., Constantinus Beschius, Vîra-mâmunivar)

    BESCHI, Constantino Gioseffo Eusebio (Constanzo B., Constantinus Beschius, Vîra-mâmunivar). Castiglione delle Stiviere near Mantua 8.11.1680 — Ambalakat near Cranganore 4.2.1747. S.J. ...

  • BESKROVNYJ, Vasilij Matveevič

    BESKROVNYJ, Vasilij Matveevič. v Šejkovke, Harkovskaja obl. 24.5. (6.6.)1908 — 1978. Russian (Ukrainian?) Indologist, specialist in Hindi/Urdu. Studies in Leningrad: graduated ...

  • BETH, Ali

    BETH, Ali. Almelo 1911 — 1989. Ms. Dutch Indologist. Studied classics and Sanskrit at Utrecht. Wrote her dissertation there on ...

  • BETTEI, Vittorio

    BETTEI, Vittorio. Padova 15.9.1859 (or 1860?) — 19??. Italian Indologist and Classical Scholar. Teacher (“professor”) of Latin and Greek Avellino (1895), ...

  • BEVERIDGE, Annette Susannah (née Akroyd)

    BEVERIDGE, Annette Susannah (née Akroyd). Stourbridhe, Worcestershire 13.12.1842 — London 27.3.1929. British Oriental (Persian and Eastern Turkish) Scholar. Wife of —> Henry B. ...

  • BEVERIDGE, Henry

    BEVERIDGE, Henry. 1799 — 1863. The Elder. British Lawyer and Historian of Colonial India. Father of —> Henry B. the younger. Advocate.

    Publications: Comprehensive history of India, civil, militia and social; from the first landing of ...

  • BEVERIDGE, Henry

    BEVERIDGE, Henry. Scotland 9.2.1837 — London 8.11.1929. British Historian of Mughal and Colonial India. Son of the elder —> Henry B., husband of ...

  • BEYER, Kurt

    BEYER, Kurt. 18?? — 19??. German Student of Indology. Ph.D. Bonn 1923.

    Publications:BEYTHAN, Hermann

    BEYTHAN, Hermann. Teichel bei Rudolstadt, Thüringen 29.5.1875 — 1945?. German Missionary and Indologist (Tamil Scholar). Son of a farmer. After Mission ...

  • BEZZENBERGER, Adalbert

    BEZZENBERGER, Adalbert. Kassel 14.4.1851 — Königsberg 31.10.1922. German IE scholar. Professor in Königsberg. Son of the Germanist scholar Heinrich Ernst B. (1814-1892, later ...

  • BHARATI, Agehananda (Leopold Fischer), Swami

    BHARATI, Agehananda (Leopold Fischer), Swami. Wien 20.4.1923 — New York 14.5.1991. Austrian born Indologist, Tantric Scholar and Anthropologist, for a long ...

  • BIANCHI, Ugo

    BIANCHI, Ugo. Cavriglia, Arezzo 13.10.1922 — Firenzuola 14.4.1995. Italian Scholar of Iranian Religion. Studies in Rome under Pettazzoni. From 1954 PD ...

  • BICKEL, Gustav Wilhelm Hugo

    BICKEL, Gustav Wilhelm Hugo. Kassel 7.7.1838 — Wien 25.1.1906. German Orientalist (Semitic Scholar) in Austria. Son of Johann Wilhelm B., Professor ...

  • BIČURIN, Iakinf (Hyacinth, originally Nikita Jakovlevič B.)

    BIČURIN, Iakinf (Hyacinth, originally Nikita Jakovlevič B.). Akulevo, Tsivil’skij district, Kazan Province 29.8.1777 — St.Petersburg 11.5.1853. Russian (Čuvaš) Monk, Orthodox Priest, Sinologist and ...

  • BIDDULPH, Charles Hubert

    BIDDULPH, Charles Hubert. Abu, Rajasthan 28.7.1898 — 11.10.1966. British Engineer and Numismatist in India. Educated at Philander Smith College in Nainital ...

  • BIDDULPH, John

    BIDDULPH, John. Ledbury 25.7.1840 — Gray Court, London 31.17.1921. British Colonial Officer and Anthropologist in India. Son of Robert B., educated ...

  • BIESE, Yrjö Moses Jalmari

    BIESE, Yrjö Moses Jalmari. Helsinki 4.1.1903 — 7.11.1983. Finnish Indologist and Linguist (Classical ...

  • BIGANDET, Paul-Ambroise

    BIGANDET, Paul-Ambroise. Malans (Doubs) 13.8.1813 — Rangoon 19.4.1894. French Catholic Missionary and Buddhist Scholar. Fifty years in Burma. Educated in Besancon and at ...

  • BINGLEY, Alfred Horsford

    BINGLEY, Alfred Horsford. 1865 — 1944. Sir. British Colonial Officer. Son of Peregrine Taylor B., educayed at Kensington School and Sandhurst. Served in ...

  • BINYON, Laurence Robert

    BINYON, Laurence Robert. Lancaster 10.8.1869 — Reading, Berkshire 10.3.1943. British Art Historian, Dramatist and Poet. Son of Frederick B. and Mary Dockray. Rducated ...

  • BIOT, Jean Baptiste

    BIOT, Jean Baptiste. Paris 21.4.1774 — Paris 3.2.1862. French Historian of Science, especially Astronomy. Son of an treasury official, Joseph B., joined the ...

  • BIRD, James

    BIRD, James. 1797 — Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire 10.7.1864. British Physician in India interested in Archaeology. Educated from 1810 at King’s College, ...

  • BIRDWOOD, George Christopher Molesworth

    BIRDWOOD, George Christopher Molesworth. Belgaum, India 8.12.1834 — 28.6.1917. British Colonial Physician in India interested in Science and in Colonial History. Son of ...

  • BLAKISTON, John Francis

    BLAKISTON, John Francis. 21.3.1882 — 8.1.1965. British Archaeologist. Son of John Rochfort Bl. and Georgina Helen Cubbitt, educated at ...

  • BLAND, Nathaniel

    BLAND, Nathaniel. Liverpool 3.2.1803 — Homburg-les-Bains 10.8.1865. British Orientalist (Persian Scholar). Son of Nath. Bland, who was of Irish origin, but had changed ...

  • BLANFORD, William Thomas

    BLANFORD, William Thomas. London 7.10.1832 — London 23.6.1905. British Geologist and Zoologist in India. Son of William Bl. and Elizabeth Simpson, educated at ...

  • BLAQUIERE, William Coates

    BLAQUIERE, William Coates. 1759 — Calcutta 14.8.1853. In India. Son of Jacques/Jacob Bl. Came to India with his merchant father in 1777. He ...

  • BLATT, Gustaw

    BLATT, Gustaw. Jarosław 15.2.1858 — 17.9.1916. Polish Linguist (IE and Slavic). Studies of classical and Slavic philology at Cracow, sudent of Lucjan Malinowski. ...

  • BLATT, Heinrich

    BLATT, Heinrich. 10.3.1894 — 19??. German Indologist. Librarian in Würzburg. Studies of classical philology. Ph.D. 1923 Erlangen. From 1927 he was ...

  • BLATTER, Edelbert (or Ethelbert)

    BLATTER, Edelbert (or Ethelbert). Romanshorn, Appenzell 15.12.1874 — Pune 26.5.1934. S.J. Swiss Missionary Scholar in India. School in Schwyz. Joined S.J. 1896, studied ...

  • BLAU, August

    BLAU, August. 1858? — 11.7.1926. German Indologist. Librarian in Berlin. “Mediohusanus.” Studies at Jena, 1883 Ph.D. ib. in classical philology. In ...

  • BLAU, Ernst Otto Friedrich August (or Hermann)

    BLAU, Ernst Otto Friedrich August (or Hermann). Nordhausen 21.4.1828 — Odessa 26.2.1879. German Diplomat and Oriental Scholar. Son of ...

  • BLAVATSKY, Helena Petrovna (née Hahn, Russian Jelena Petrovna Blavatskaja, née Gan)

    BLAVATSKY, Helena Petrovna (née Hahn, Russian Jelena Petrovna Blavatskaja, née Gan). Ekaterinoslav 12.8.1831 — London 9.5. 1891. Russian Founder of the Theosophical Society. ...

  • BLEECK, Arthur Henry

    BLEECK, Arthur Henry. 1827? — Kensington 27.1.1877. British Orientalist. known of his remarkable linguistic talent (but translating Spiegel’s German Avesta is not so ...

  • BLEEKER, Claas Jouco

    BLEEKER, Claas Jouco. Beneden Knijpe, Schoterland, Friesland 12.9.1898 — Amsterdam 5.5.1983. Dutch Historian of ...

  • BLEICHSTEINER, Robert

    BLEICHSTEINER, Robert. Vienna 6.1.1891 — Vienna 10.4.1954. Austrian Linguist, Scholar of Iranian and Caucasian Languages and Ethnology. School and studies in Vienna. Ph.D. ...

  • BLOCH, Alfred

    BLOCH, Alfred. Basel 18.4.1915 — Basel 11.7.1983. Swiss Indologist, IE and Semitic Scholar. Professor in Basel. Born in Jewish family, son ...

  • BLOCH, Ernst Theodor

    BLOCH, Ernst Theodor. Christiansfeld, Schleswig 8.5.1867 — 20.10.1909. German Indologist. Born as a ...

  • BLOCH, Jules

    BLOCH, Jules. Paris 1.5.1880 — Sèvres (Seine-et-Oise) 9.11.1953. French Indologist and Linguist. Professor in Paris. Son of a Jewish merchant, Salomon ...

  • BLOCHET, Gabriel Joseph Edgar

    BLOCHET, Gabriel Joseph Edgar. Bourges 12.12.1870 — 5.9.1937. French Oriental (Arabic and Iranian) Scholar and Historian of Religions. After ...

  • BLOCHMANN, Henry (Heinrich) Ferdinand

    BLOCHMANN, Henry (Heinrich) Ferdinand. Dresden 8.1.1838 — Calcutta 13.7.1878. German Oriental Scholar in India, Specialist of Arabic, Persian, and Urdu. Son of a printer, Ernest ...

  • BLOMBERG, Carl Johan

    BLOMBERG, Carl Johan. Ljusdal 29.5.1838 — Härnösand 15.3.1890. Swedish School-Teacher interested in Sanskrit. Teacher in Härnösand. Son of a mayor. From 1855 studies at Uppsala, ...

  • BLONAY, Godefroy Jean Henry Louis de, baron

    BLONAY, Godefroy Jean Henry Louis de, baron. Niederschoenthal, Füllingsdorf 25.7.1869 — Biskra, Algeria ...

  • BLOOMFIELD, Leonard

    BLOOMFIELD, Leonard. Chicago 1.4.1887 — New Haven CT 18.4.1949. U.S. Linguist. Professor in Columbus, Chicago, and New Haven. Son of Sigmund ...

  • BLOOMFIELD, Maurice

    BLOOMFIELD, Maurice (born Blumenfeld). Bielitz, Austrian Silesia (now in Poland) 23.2.1855 — San Francisco CA 13.6.1928. U.S. (German Jewish Origin) Indologist. ...

  • BLUMHARDT, James Fuller

    BLUMHARDT, James Fuller. 18?? — 10.12.1922. British Indologist (NIA Scholar). M.A. Served long time in British Museum in the Dept. of Oriental Manuscripts ...

  • BLUNT, James Tillyer.

    BLUNT, James Tillyer. 1765 — 1834. British Officer in India, visited Delhi. Cadet 1782, arrived in Bengal 1783. Served in Bengal Engineers as ...

  • BOAKE, William John Slade

    BOAKE, William John Slade. Colombo 1844 — London 2.6.1889. Irish Civil Servant in Ceylon. Son ...

  • BOBRINSKOY, George Vladimir

    BOBRINSKOY, George Vladimir (Russian Georgij Vladimirovič Bobrinskij). Tula, Russia 23.1.1901 — Franklin Mass. 15/17.11.1985. U.S. (Russian born) Indologist. Professor in Chicago. ...

  • BOCHINGER, Jean-Jacques

    BOCHINGER, Jean-Jacques (Johann Jacob B.). Strasbourg 28.11.1802 — 1831. Alsatian Protestant Theologian. Of humble origin, studies at Protestant Seminary and Theological Faculty of ...

  • BODDING, Paul Olaf

    BODDING, Paul Olaf. Gjøvik 2.11.1865 — Odense 25.9.1938. Rev. Norwegian Missionary and Munda Scholar in India, lived long time among the Santals. Son of bookseller ...

  • BODE, Mabel Kate Haynes

    BODE, Mabel Kate Haynes (née Haynes). 28.10.1864 — Shaftesbury, Dorset 20.1.1922. British Indologist (Pāli scholar). Daughter of lawyer Robert William Haynes. ...

  • BODEN, Joseph

    BODEN, Joseph. 17?? — Lisbon 21.11.1811. British Colonial Officer. Founder of the famous Boden chair of Sanskrit at Oxford University. Entered the Bombay ...

  • BOEHLING, Georg

    BOEHLING, Georg. 18?? — 1???. German Student of IE Linguistics. From Rodenberg, Kreis Rinteln. Ph.D. 1882 Marburg. Is he same G. B., who later ...

  • BOGDAN-DUICA, Gheorghe

    BOGDAN-DUICA, Gheorghe. Braşov (then Hungary) 2.1.1866 — Braşov 21.9.1931. Romanian Literate interested in Indian Literature. Son of a poor merchant. Fter studies worked ...

  • BOGLE, George

    BOGLE, George. Daldowie on Clyde 26.11.1746 — Calcutta 3.4.1781. British (Scots) Traveller and Diplomat. Youngest son of George B., an important Glasgow merchant, ...

  • BOGORODICKIJ, Vasilij Alekseevič

    BOGORODICKIJ, Vasilij Alekseevič. Carevokokšajsk (now Joškar-Ola) 7(19).4.1857 — Kazan 23.12.1941. Russian IE and Slavic Linguist. Professor in Kazan. School at Carevokokšajsk and Kazan. ...

  • BOGOSLOVSKIJ, Vasilij Alekseevič

    BOGOSLOVSKIJ, Vasilij Alekseevič. Moscow 20.1.1932 — 25.4.1986. Russian Tibetologist. Son of a public servant. Studies at the Hist. Faculty of Moscow University, graduated 1954. Kand. ist. ...

  • BOHLEN, Peter von

    BOHLEN, Peter von. Wüppels, Jeverland 13.3.1796 — Halle 6.2.1840. German Indologist and Orientalist. Professor in Königsberg. Son of a poor farmer ...

  • BÖHM, Annie Karoline

    BÖHM, Annie Karoline. Mährisch Ostrava (now Czech) 17.8.1893 — Haifa, Israel 11.9.1985. Austrian Student of IE Linguistics. Daughter of Max and Adele Böhm. ...

  • BOHNENBERGER, Karl

    BOHNENBERGER, Karl. Riedbach 26.8.1863 — Tübingen 29.10.1951. German Linguist (Germanist) interested in Indology. Librarian and Professor in Tübingen. Son of Heinrich B. (a ...

  • BÖHTLINGK, Otto Nikolaus von

    BÖHTLINGK, Otto Nikolaus von (Russian Otto Nikolaevič Betlingk). St.Petersburg 11.6.(30.5.)1815 — Leipzig 1.4.1904. ...

  • BOISACQ, Émile

    BOISACQ, Émile. Namur 26.11.1865 — Ixelles 2.6.1945. Belgian Linguist and Classical Scholar. Dr. philol. class. Bruxelles 1889, diss. on Dorian dialects 1891, further ...

  • BOISEN, Lars Nannestad

    BOISEN, Lars Nannestad. Vesterborg 8.2.1803 — Ibid. 22.4.1875. Danish Priest and Theologian interested in Sanskrit and Oriental Studies. Bishop of Vesterborg-Birket. Son of ...

  • BOISSEROLLE-BOISVILLIERS, Aurèle-Jean de

    BOISSEROLLE-BOISVILLIERS, Aurèle-Jean de. Paris 3.9.1764 — Sumène, Gard 1.2.1829. French General, apparently interested in Sanskrit. Son of a civil servant, Count de B., ...

  • BOISSEVAIN, Jan Wilhelm

    BOISSEVAIN, Jan Wilhelm. Amsterdam 27.9.1874 — Velp. Theden, Gelderland 24.3.1959. Dutch Indologist and Theosophist. Son of Gideon Maria B. and Louise Caroline ...

  • BOLLENSEN, Friedrich

    BOLLENSEN, Friedrich. Rossdorf, Kreis Göttingen 12.1.1809 — Wiesbaden 29.2.1896. German Indologist in Russia. Son of a farmer, attended the Gymnasium in ...

  • BOLLER, Johann Anton

    BOLLER, Johann Anton. Krems 2.1.1811 — Vienna 19.1.1869. Austrian Linguist interested in Sanskrit. ...

  • BOLLING, Friederic

    BOLLING, Friederic. 16?? — 1???. Norwegian or Danish Traveller in India. Born in Norway, son of Anders B. Student in Copenhagen, went to Amsterdam and ...

  • BOLLING, George Melville

    BOLLING, George Melville. Baltimore 13.4.1871 — Princeton N.J. 1963. U.S. Indologist. Professor of Classical Philology in Columbus. Son of William Nicholls ...

  • BOLTZ, August

    BOLTZ, August. Breslau 26.9.1819 — Darmstadt 1.5.1907. German Literate, Language Teacher and Translator interested in Sanskrit. Gymnasium in Breslau. As tutor of an ...

  • BOMPAS, Cecil Henry

    BOMPAS, Cecil Henry. London 31.5.1868 — 19??. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Henry Mason B. (barrister, d. 1909) and Rachel Henrietta ...

  • BONARDI, Mario

    BONARDI, Mario. Rome 29.5.1914 — 14.6.1954. Italian Indologist (Buddhist scholar). Studied in Rome and graduated as a teacher of Greek and ...

  • BONER, Alice

    BONER, Alice. Legnano, Lombardy 22.7.1889 — Zürich 13.4.1981. Swiss Artist (Sculptor) and Art Historian of India. Born in Italy of Swiss-English ...

  • BONN, Gisela

    BONN, Gisela (nom-de-plume of Gisela Döhrn). Elberfeld 22.9.1909 — Stuttgart 11.10.1996. German Journalist. Daughter of a teacher. From 1929 studied Musicology, Theatre, ...

  • BONSEN, Fritz

    BONSEN, Fritz, pseudonym for —> A. HILLEBRANDT.

  • BOPP, Franz

    BOPP, Franz. Mainz 14.9.1791 — Berlin 23.10.1867. German Indologist and Lin­guist. Professor in Berlin. Born in a Roman Catholic family, grew ...

  • BORÉ, Eugène

    BORÉ, Eugène. Angers 15.8.1809 — Paris 3.5.1878. French Orientalist, especially Armenian Scholar. Rducated in Angers and Paris, studied languages. In 1837 he headed ...

  • BORECKÝ, Jaromír

    BORECKÝ, Jaromír. Budweis (České Budějovice) 6.8.1869 — Praha 8.5.1951. Czech Poet, Translator and Librarian, listed as an Oriental scholar by Heyne and apparently knew some ...

  • BORECKÝ, Miloš

    BORECKÝ, Miloš. Prague 28.12.1904 — Washington DC, U.S.A. 18.3.1954. Czech Oriental (Iranian) Scholar in the U.S.A. Sin of —> J.B. In 1922-30 studies of Indo-Iranian ...

  • BORGSTRØM, Carl Hjalmar

    BORGSTRØM, Carl Hjalmar. Oslo 14.9.1909 — Oslo 14.9.1986. Norwegian Celtic and IE Linguist. Professor in Oslo. From 1928 studies of Celtic and comparative ...

  • BORK, Ferdinand A.

    BORK, Ferdinand A. Forsthaus bei Königsbruch/Kr. Tuchel 26.11.1871 — Benhausen 28.2. 1962. German Scholar of Ancient Near East, also interested in Indo-Iranian. Parents ...

  • BORKOWSKI, Aleksander (Leszek) Dunin

    BORKOWSKI, Aleksander (Leszek) Dunin (Dunin B., Al.). Gródek 11.1.1811 — Lemberg (Lwów) 30.11.1896. Count. Polish Politician, Poet and Author, who translated Bhartṛhari’s poems ...

  • BORSANI SCALABRINO, Giuseppina

    BORSANI SCALABRINO, Giuseppina. Milano 9.5.1910 — 22.2.1991. Italian Indologist. Professor in Milano. Studied Sanskrit at Catholic University of Milano under A. Ballini, graduated in 1933. ...

  • BORTOLAZZI, Bortolo Maria

    BORTOLAZZI, Bortolo Maria. Bassano (Veneto) 1807 — 8.1.1879. Italian interested in Sanskrit. Of a Venetian noble family living in Bassano. No biography is ...

  • BOSCH I GIMPERA, Pere

    BOSCH I GIMPERA, Pere. Barcelona 22.3.1891 — Ciudad de México 9.10.1974. Spanish Archaeologist and IE Scholar in Mexico. Studies at Barcelona, lic. degree ...

  • BOSCH, Frederik David Kan

    BOSCH, Frederik David Kan. Potchefstroom, ...

  • BÖTTICHER, P.

    BÖTTICHER, P. —> LAGARDE, Paul de.

  • BOUDA, Karl

    BOUDA, Karl. Hamburg 1901 — Erlangen1979. German linguist and Caucasologist. From 1942 (ord. 1950) Professor at Erlangen. Worked on Caucasian, Basque and North-East ...

  • BOULNOIS, Jean Raymond Paul

    BOULNOIS, Jean Raymond Paul. 1904 — 19??. French Physician interested in India. Dr.Med. 1928 Bordeaux. In 1932-35 served as colonial physician at French ...

  • BOURGUIGNON D’ANVILLE, Jean-Baptiste

    BOURGUIGNON D’ANVILLE, Jean-Baptiste. Paris 11.7.1697 — 28.1.1782. French Cartographer, Geographer and Historian of Geography. Son of Hubert Bourguignon and Charlotte Vaugon, student of abbé de ...

  • BOURQUIN, Auguste Ali

    BOURQUIN, Auguste Ali. 18?? — 192?. French (or more probably Swiss) Protestant Priest and Indologist. In 1882 he was member of ...

  • BOWDEN, Ernest Monnington

    BOWDEN, Ernest Monnington. Bapt. Rochford, Herefordshire 17.7.1859 — 3.4.1904. British Author and Inventor (Wikipedia calls ...

  • BOWER, Hamilton

    BOWER, Hamilton. 1.9.1858 — 5.3.1940. Sir. British (Scots) Colonial Officer and Traveller in Central Asia. Educated in Edinburgh and at Royal Naval School. ...

  • BOWER, Henry

    BOWER, Henry. Madras 1812 — Palayankottah 1885. Rev. Anglo-Indian Missionary in South India. D.D. After Vepery Seminary worked as Catechist of Wesleyan Missionary ...

  • BOWREY (Bowry), Thomas

    BOWREY (Bowry), Thomas. 1650? — 1713. British Sea Captain in the East. In India and South-East Asia in 1669-88 as sailing master, then ...

  • BOWRING, Lewin Bentham

    BOWRING, Lewin Bentham. Hackney, London 15.7.1824 — 14.1.1910. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Sir John B. (1792–1872), linguist, traveller, politician, diplomat, ...

  • BOXBERGER, Robert

    BOXBERGER, Robert. Gotha 28.5.1836 — Stadtsulza 30.3.(30.4.?)1890. German Literate interested in Sanskrit. Son of a fireplace-maker, school in Erfurt, then studied 1855-58 philology at Jena. ...

  • BOXWELL, John

    BOXWELL, John. 18?? — 1891. British Civil Servant in India. In 1888 in Bengal Civil Service, some time

  • BOYD, Palmer

    BOYD, Palmer. Simla, India 29.9.1840 — 1???. British Indologist. Son of the lieutenant-general Mossom Boyd of Bengal Army, joined himself first ...

  • BOYER, Augustin-M

    BOYER, Augustin-M. Vannes 20.11.1850 — 2.1.1938. Abbé, S.J. French Indologist and Epigraphist, a Catholic Priest. Educated at the Collège diocésain de ...

  • BRACHET, Benjamin

    BRACHET, Benjamin. 18?? — 1???. French Linguist. In 1871 he was a repetiteur at the É.P.H.É.

    Publications: Prières antèhistoriques. Œuvres de Koutsa et Hirayastoupa. Trad. du sanscrit védique en vers fr. et accompagnées de notes sur ...

  • BRADKE, Peter von

    BRADKE, Peter von. St.Petersburg 27.6.1853 — Giessen 7.3.1897. German (Estonian) Indologist. Son of Georg v. B. (1796-1862), wirkl. Geheimrat and senator ...

  • BRADLEY, W. H.

    BRADLEY, W. H. 18?? — 1???. British Physician in India. Dr.med. Assistant Surgeon (1837, 1846 in Ellichpoor) and Surgeon of Bombay Army (1853)

  • BRANDENSTEIN, Wilhelm

    BRANDENSTEIN, Wilhelm. Salzburg 23.10.1898 — Graz 1.12.1967. Austrian Indo-Iranian and Indoeuropean Scholar. Professor in Graz. Son of an official, educated in ...

  • BRANDES, Carl Edvard Cohen

    BRANDES, Carl Edvard Cohen. Copenhagen 21.10.1847 — Copenhagen 20.12.1931. Danish Journalist and Politician, started as an Indologist. Son of ...

  • BRANDI, Mario

    BRANDI, Mario. 1??? — 19??. Italian, probably a Theosophist, authored several mystic books, two in collaboration with Emma Tedeschi, both still active in ...

  • BRANDRETH, Joseph Edward Lyall

    BRANDRETH, Joseph Edward Lyall. Liverpool 4.2.1823 — 10.12.1907. British Civil Servant and a ...

  • BRANFILL, Brydges Robinson

    BRANFILL, Brydges Robinson. Upminster, Essex 22.11.1834 — Billericay, Essex 26.5.1905. British Colonial Officer in India. From 1854 in Bengal ...

  • BRASSAI, Sámuel

    BRASSAI, Sámuel. Torockó or Torockószentgyörgy 15.6.1797 or 13.2.1800 — Kolozsvár 27.6. 1897. Hungarian Philosopher and Polyhistor, who translated a specimen of the Hitopadeśa in 1884. ...

  • BRAY, Denys de Saumarez

    BRAY, Denys de Saumarez. Aberdeen 29.11.1875 — Winchester 19.11.1951. British Civil Servant in India, a Scholar of Baluchistan and ...

  • BRÉAL, Michel-Jules-Alfred

    BRÉAL, Michel-Jules-Alfred. Landau (Pfalz) 26.3.1832 — Paris 25.11.1915. French IE scholar. Professor in Paris. Educated in Wissembourg, Metz and Paris (Lycée Louis-le-Grand), then ...

  • BREEKS, James Wilkinson

    BREEKS, James Wilkinson. Warcop, Westmoreland 5.3.1830 — Ootacamund 7.6.1872. British Civil Servant and Ethnologist in India. Son of Richard Breeks, educated at Haileybury. ...

  • BREEKS, Susan Maria

    BREEKS, Susan Maria (née Denison). Woolwitch, Kent 1842 — 19??. Britishwoman in India, wife of —> J. W. Breeks. Daughter of Colonel Sir William ...

  • BRELOER, Bernhard

    BRELOER, Bernhard. Herne, Westfalen 8.11.1894 — Tbilisi 20.4.1947. German Indologist. Professor in Berlin. Son of a mill owner. Participated in the ...

  • BRENNAND, William

    BRENNAND, William. 18?? — 1???. British. Served long as teacher in India, Principal of Dacca College (1856), in 1896 had already been 23 ...

  • BREWSTER, Earl Henry

    BREWSTER, Earl Henry. Chagris Falls Ohio 1878 — Almora 1957. U.S. Artist (Painter) and Author. Educated at N.Y. School of Art. In 1910 ...

  • BRIESS, Erwin

    BRIESS, Erwin. 18?? — 19??. Austrian Student of Indology. Ph.D. Wien 1912. In 1913 listed as Greek scholar living in Zürich (Swiss, born ...

  • BRIGEL, Johann Jakob

    BRIGEL, Johann Jakob. 18?? — 1???. Rev. German Missionary in India, belonged to Basel Mission in Mangalore. Retired in 1875 and became minister ...

  • BRIGGS, George Weston

    BRIGGS, George Weston. North Branch, Michigan 21.9.1874 — Madison, N.J. 18.4.1966. U.S. Missionary and Indologist. Educated at Northwestern University (B.S. 1902, ...

  • BRIGGS, Henry George

    BRIGGS, Henry George. Bombay 20.10.1824 — Bombay 4.7.1872. British Merchant, Traveller, and Orientalist. Son of Henry B. In 1843 travelled in South Africa, ...

  • BRIGGS, John

    BRIGGS, John. Madras 18.9.1785 — Burgess Hill, Sussex 27.4.1875. British Colonial Officer and Orientalist. 1801-35 in India. Son of physician James ...

  • BROADLEY, Alexander Meyrick

    BROADLEY, Alexander Meyrick. 18?? — 1???. British Civil Servant in India. Collector in Patna dt., Bihar (1872). His collection ...

  • BROCKHAUS, Hermann

    BROCKHAUS, Hermann. Amsterdam 28.1.1806 — Leipzig 5.1.1877. German Indologist and Iranian Scholar. Professor in Leipzig. Born in Amsterdam in a German ...

  • BRODOV, Vasilij Vasil’evič

    BRODOV, Vasilij Vasil’evič. Moscow 28.2.(13.3.)1912 — 4.3.1996. Russian Indologist, interested in philosophy. Son of a worker. In 1935-42 taught at Moscow Conservatory. Graduated ...

  • BRONSON, Miles

    BRONSON, Miles. Norway, N.Y. 20.7.1812 — Eaton Rapids, Mich. 9.11.1883. U.S. Baptist Missionary in India. Educated at Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution (future ...

  • BROUGH, John

    BROUGH, John. Dundee 31.8.1917 — Bishop’s Stortford, near Cambridge 9.1. 1984. British (Scots) Indologist. Professor in London and Cambridge. After Dundee ...

  • BROUGHTON, Thomas Duer

    BROUGHTON, Thomas Duer. 1778 — London 16.11.1835. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of Rev. Thomas Br. (Rector of St.Peter’s in Bristol), educated at ...

  • BROWN, Cecil Jermyn

    BROWN, Cecil Jermyn. 1886 — 20.10.1945. British Teacher of English Language and Numis­matist in India. Son of Jermyn Br. ...

  • BROWN, Charles Philip

    BROWN, Charles Philip. Calcutta, India 10.11.1798 — London 12.12.1884. British Civil Servant in India (1817-55) and an Indologist, specialist of Telugu ...

  • BROWN, George William

    BROWN, George William. 25.10.1870 — 4.12.1932. U.S. Missionary and Indologist. Missionary in Central India in 1900–1917, with intervals at home, where ...

  • BROWN, Percy

    BROWN, Percy. Birmingham 1872 — 22.3.1955. British Art Historian in India. Educated at King Edward VI Grammar School in Birmingham and Royal College ...

  • BROWN, Thomas Richard

    BROWN, Thomas Richard. Whatton, Nottinghamshire 1791 — Southwick 1.9.1875. British Priest and a Self-Made Scholar. Son of Richard Brown of Cambridge. Educated at ...

  • BROWN, Truesdell Sparhawk

    BROWN, Truesdell Sparhawk. Philadelphia, PA 21.3.1906 — Houston, TX 13.1.1992. U.S. Classical Philologist and Historian, wrote studies on the historians of Alexander and ...

  • BROWN, William

    BROWN, William. 1757/67? — 1837. Britishman in India. Senior merchant in Madras in the 1810s. Completed his dictionary, with the help of Telugu pandits, in ...

  • BROWN, William

    BROWN, William. 1??? — 18??. Britishman in India. Captain, of the Revenue Survey.

    Publications: ...

  • BROWN, William Norman

    BROWN, William Norman. Baltimore, Md. 24.6.1892 — 4.12.1975. U.S. Indologist. Son of —> ...

  • BROWNE, Edward Granville.

    BROWNE, Edward Granville. Uley near Dursley, Gloucestershire 7.2.1862 — Cambridge 5.1.1926. British Oriental Scholar (mainly Persian, Turkish and Arabic, also Hindi-Urdu). Professor in ...

  • BROWNE, James

    BROWNE, James. 1744 — 1792. British Colonial Officer in India. Major. Joined Indian army in 1765, 1772 aide-de-camp of W. Hastings. “Collector of ...

  • BROŽOVÁ, Marie

    BROŽOVÁ, Marie. Prague 1.8.1897 — 19??. Czechoslovakian Student of IE Linguistics. Studies at Prague under Zubat¥, Ph.D. there 1920/21.

  • BRUCE, Charles

    BRUCE, Charles. India 1836 — Edinburgh 13.12.1920. Sir. British (Scots) Indologist, then a Colonial Officer. Son of Thomas Br., of E.I.C. ...

  • BRUGMANN, Karl Friedrich Christian

    BRUGMANN, Karl Friedrich Christian. Wiesbaden 16.3.1849 — Leipzig 29.6.1919. German Indo-Europaean Scholar. Professor in Leipzig. In his early years wrote his name as ...

  • BRUINING, Albertus

    BRUINING, Albertus. Pietersbierum, Friesland 2.7.1846 — ’s-Gravenhage 20.11.1919. Dutch Theologian, began as an Indologist. Son of Johannes Br., a minister, and Wiepkjen Peters. Studied Theology ...

  • BRUNE, Johannes H.

    BRUNE, Johannes H. Bochum 28.12.1883 — 19??. German Student of Indology. Catholic. Matriculated in 1903 from Bochum’s Gymnasium. From 1903 studies of philology ...

  • BRUNNHOFER, Hermann

    BRUNNHOFER, Hermann. Aarau 21.3.1841 — München 28.10.1916. Swiss Indo-Iranian Scholar. Son of Gottlieb Br., a knifesmith. After Gymnasium in Aarau, studies ...

  • BUCHANAN-HAMILTON, Francis

    BUCHANAN-HAMILTON, Francis (till 1815 Francis Buchanan). Branziet, Callander, Pertshire 15.2.1762 — 15.6.1829. British (Scots) Physician in India, Traveller, Naturalist, a Pioneer of Burmese ...

  • BUCHANAN, Claudius

    BUCHANAN, Claudius. Cambuslang near Glasgow 12.3.1766 — Broxbourne, Hertford­shire 9.2.1815. Rev. Scots Reverend in India. Son of Alexander B., a ...

  • BÜCHLER, Pál

    BÜCHLER, Pál. Bácstótváros 25.1.1877 — Marosvásárhely 7.7.1946. Hungarian (of Transylvania) Philolog and Translator interested in Sanskrit. Ph.D. 1907 Budapest (diss. on Homer). In 1916/18 Oberlehrer ...

  • BUCK, Carl Darling

    BUCK, Carl Darling. Orland Me. 2.10.1866 — Chicago Ill. 8.2.1955. U.S. Linguist (IE and Classical Scholar). Professor in Chicago. Son of Edward B. ...

  • BUDMANI, Petar

    BUDMANI, Petar (Pero). Dubrovnik 27.10.1835 — Castel Ferretti near Ancona 27.12.1914. Croatian Slavic Linguist. Studied Sanskrit and several other subjects at Vienna University ...

  • BUGGE, Elseus Sophus

    BUGGE, Elseus Sophus. Larvik 5.1.1833 — Tønset 8.7.1907. Norwegian Linguist, mainly Scandinavian, but also IE, Anatolian and Etruscan Scholar. Professor in ...

  • BÜHLER, Johann Georg

    BÜHLER, Johann Georg. Borstel bei Nienburg (Hannover) 19.7.1837 — Bodensee 8.4. 1898. German ...

  • BÜHLER, Johann Michael

    BÜHLER, Johann Michael. 18?? — India 7.6.1854. German Indologist and Missionary in South ...

  • BUISKOOL, Herman Eldert

    BUISKOOL, Herman Eldert. Weerdinge 12.1.1884 — Leiden 11.8.1963. Dutch Indologist. 1898-1902 teacher training in Nijmegen and Arnhem. Was “at first a school-teacher and later a civil servant who was mostly engaged in committee work relating ...

  • BUITENEN, Johannes (Hans) Adrianus Bernardus van

    BUITENEN, Johannes (Hans) Adrianus

  • BULCKE, Camille

    BULCKE, Camille. Ramskapelle, West Flanders 1909 — Delhi 17.8.1982. S.J. Belgian Missionary and Indologist (Hindi Scholar) in India (from 1935). Studied ...

  • BULIČ, Sergej Konstantinovič

    BULIČ, Sergej Konstantinovič. St.Petersburg 27.8.(8.9.)1859 — Petrograd 1921. Russian Linguist. Professor in St.Petersburg. Born in a noble family originating from Kazan Government. Orthodox. ...

  • BUNSEN, Christian Karl Josias

    BUNSEN, Christian Karl Josias (then Karl, Freiherr von Bunsen). Korbach/Waldeck 25.8.1791 — Bonn 28.11.1860. Freiherr von 1858. German Diplomat and Scholar. Son of a Dutch officer (N.D.B., but Wikipedia says German soldier), who ...

  • BURCH, George Bosworth

    BURCH, George Bosworth. Hartford, Conn. 12.7.1902 — 4.6.1973. U.S. Philosopher interested in Indian Thought. Son of George Washington B. and Mary Bosworth, educated ...

  • BURCHARDI, Gustav

    BURCHARDI, Gustav. 1866 — 1???. German Student of Indology. Ph.D. Halle 1892. In 1913-24 corresponded with Streitberg.

  • BURG, Fritz

    BURG, Fritz. Berlin 27.3.1860 — 16.11.1928. German (Jew) Philologist. Ph.D. 1885 Berlin (?). Worked in Hamburg Stadtbibliothek: 1892 Hilfsarbeiter, 1894 Sekretar, 1907 Bibliothekar, ...

  • BURGESS, Ebeneser

    BURGESS, Ebeneser. Grafton, Vermont 26.6.1805 — Newton Centre, Mass. 1.1.1870. U.S. Missionary in India, a Scholar of Marathi, Sanskrit, and of ...

  • BURGESS, James

    BURGESS, James. Kirkmahoe, Dumfriesshire 14.8.1832 — Edinburgh 3.10.1916. British (Scots) Indologist and Archaeologist in India. School at Dumfries, studies at Glasgow ...

  • BURGESS, May S

    BURGESS, May S. 18?? — 19??. Miss. Perhaps a daughter of —> James B.

    Publications: translated W. Schubring’s Kalpasutra from German to English for IA 39, 1910.

  • BURGHART, Richard

    BURGHART, Richard. U.S.A. 1944 — Heidelberg 1.1.1994. U.S. Anthropologist. B.A. 1966 Wil­liams College, Mass., also studied in Ibadan. Nigeria. M.Phil. 1969 S.O.A.S. in ...

  • BÜRK, Albert

    BÜRK, Albert. 18?? — 19??. German or Austrian Indologist. No Indological diss. in Janert. One AB wrote on Germanistics in 1905.

  • BURKHARD, Karl Friedrich

    BURKHARD, Karl Friedrich. Leipheim bei Ulm/Bayern 2.9.1824 — 19.2. 1893. German School-Teacher and Indologist in Austria. Son of the Protestant minister ...

  • BURLA, Vasile M

    BURLA, Vasile M. Opăiţeni (then Hungary) 6.2.1840 — Iaşi 8.1.1905. Romanian Classical and IE Scholar. Studied Latin, Greek, and Sanskrit in Vienna and ...

  • BURLINGAME, Eugene Watson

    BURLINGAME, Eugene Watson. Albany, N.Y. 5.8.1876 — 3.8.1932. U.S. Indologist (Pāli Scholar). Educated at Yale (B.A. 1898) and University of Penn­sylvania ...

  • BURN, Richard

    BURN, Richard. Liverpool 1.2.1871 — 26.7.1947 (when 76). British Civil Servant in India, Historian of Islamic and Colonial India, Numismatist. School in Liverpool, ...

  • BURNELL, Arthur Coke

    BURNELL, Arthur Coke. St.Briavels, Gloucestershire 11.7.1840 — London 12. or 16.10.1882. British Civil Servant and Indologist in India. Son of Arthur ...

  • BURNES, Alexander

    BURNES, Alexander. Montrose 16.5.1805 — Kabul 2.11.1841. Sir. British (Scots) Colonial Officer (Lieutenant-Colonel) and Traveller in India, Afghanistan and Central Asia. Son of ...

  • BURNES, James

    BURNES, James. 12.2.1801 — 19.9.1862. British (Scots) Physician in India. Son of James B., brother of —> A. B. Educated at Edinburgh University and ...

  • BURNEY, Henry

    BURNEY, Henry. 27.2.1792 — at sea 4.3.1845. British Colonial Officer (Captain, 1834 Lieutenant-Colonel) in South-East Asia (Burma). Son of Richard Thomas and Jane ...

  • BURNOUF, Émile-Louis

    BURNOUF, Émile-Louis. Valognes 26.8.1821 — Paris 1.7. or 16.1.1907. French Indologist and Classical scholar. Nephew of —> E. Burnouf. From 1841 ...

  • BURNOUF, Eugène

    BURNOUF, Eugène. Paris 8.4. (or 12.8.?) 1801 — Paris 28.5.1852. French Indologist. Professor in Paris. Son of —> J.-L. Burnouf and ...

  • BURNOUF, Jean-Louis

    BURNOUF, Jean-Louis. Urville near Valognes 14.9.1775 — 8.5.1844. French Classical Scholar interested in Sanskrit. Professor in Paris. Father of —> E. Burnouf. One ...

  • BURRITT, Elihu

    BURRITT, Elihu. New Britain, Conn. 8.12.1810 — 6.3.1879. “The Learned Blacksmith”. U.S. Literate interested in Sanskrit. Son of an eccentric shoemaker-farmer. He was trained a ...

  • BURROW, Reuben

    BURROW, Reuben. 30.12.1747 — Baxar 7.6.1792. British Mathematician in India. “Son of a farmer, educated at Leeds. Became a clerk, usher, ...

  • BURROW, Thomas

    BURROW, Thomas. Westmoreland, Leck, North Lancashire 29.6.1909 — Kidlington, Oxfordshire 8.6.1986. British Indologist. Professor in Oxford. Studies at Cambridge (Christ’s College) ...

  • BURROWS, Lionel Burton

    BURROWS, Lionel Burton. Deposit, N.Y. 12.3.1883 — U.K. 13.10.1970. British (or U.S. in British Service) Civil Servant in India. Son of Charles Benjamin ...

  • BURT, Thomas Seymour

    BURT, Thomas Seymour. 1805 — Cotmandene, Dorking 8/9.3.1890. British Colonial Officer in India. Educated in 1821-23 at Addiscombe. From 1824 served as lieutenant ...

  • BURTON, Richard Francis

    BURTON, Richard Francis. Barnham House, Hertshire 19.3.1821— Trieste 20.10.1890. Sir. British (of Irish origin) Orientalist, Traveller and Diplomat. Son of colonel Joseph Netterville ...

  • BURY, John Bagnell

    BURY, John Bagnell. Monaghan 16.10.1861 — Rome 1.6.1927. British (Irish) Classical Scholar and Historian. Professor in Cambridge. Son of Rev. E. J. B., canon of ...

  • BUSCHARDT, Leo Maxim

    BUSCHARDT, Leo Maxim. Copenhagen 24.8.1906 — Copenhagen 11.3.1966. Danish Indologist. Librarian in Copenhagen. Son of Christian B., a mason and musician, ...

  • BUSHELL, Stephen Wootton

    BUSHELL, Stephen Wootton. Ash-next-Sandwich, Kent 28.7.1844 — Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex 19.9.1908. British Physician in China, a Sinologist and early Specialist of ...

  • BUSSAGLI, Mario

    BUSSAGLI, Mario. Siena 23.9.1917 — 1988. Italian Art Historian. Prof. di Storia dell’ Arte dell’ India e dell’ Asia Centrale 1957-87 at Università degli Studi, Rome (1957 straordinario with same title).

    Publications: ...

  • BUTTERWORTH, Allan

    BUTTERWORTH, Allan. Southport, Lancashire 1864 — 25.5.1937. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Henry B. and Mary Jane Schofield. Educated at Elizabeth ...

  • GIUSEPPE MARIA DA GARGHANO (Bernardino Bernini)

    GIUSEPPE MARIA DA GARGHANO (Bernardino Bernini)

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