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  • FABRI, Charles Louis

    FABRI, Charles Louis (Károly Lajos Fábri). Budapest 18.11.1899 — Delhi 7.7.1968. Hungarian Archaeologist and Art Historian in India. Born in a ...

  • FABRICIUS, Johann Philip

    FABRICIUS, Johann Philip. Kleeberg/Hessen 22.1.1711 — Madras 23.1. 1791. German Missionary and Tamil Scholar. In India from 1740 until his death. ...

  • FADDEGON, Barend

    FADDEGON, Barend. Amsterdam 9.7.1874 — Rheden 28.6.1955. Dutch Indologist. Professor in Amsterdam. Studies of Dutch at Amsterdam (Uhlenbeck), then Indology at ...

  • FAIANI, Antonio

    FAIANI, Antonio. 17.8.1859 — 19??. Italian School-Teacher interested in Indology. Director of R. Liceo-Ginnasio Massimo d’Azeglio in Turin. Perhaps lived into an advanced age.

    Publications: “Due capitoli che agevolano la lettura del ...

  • FAIRBANKS, Gordon Hubert

    FAIRBANKS, Gordon Hubert. Calgary, Alberta 1913 — 13.7.1985. Canadian Linguist, NIA, IE, Russian and Armenian Scholar in the U.S.A. Citizen of the U.S.A. Professor in Ithaca and Hawaii. Educated at University of Alberta ...

  • FAIRSERVIS, Walter Ashlin, Jr

    FAIRSERVIS, Walter Ashlin, Jr. Brooklyn, N.Y. 17.2.1924 — 12.7.1994. U.S. Archaeologist. Museum Curator and Professor in New York. He ...

  • FALCONER, Hugh

    FALCONER, Hugh. 29.2.1808 — London 31.1.1865. British (Scots) Physician, Botanist, Geographer and Traveller in India. Son of David Falconer, educated at Forres and ...

  • FALK, Maryla

    FALK, Maryla. Lwów (now L’viv) 26.4.1906 — Chamonix 13.6.1980. Polish Indologist. Born in the the Austrian Lemberg (now Ukraina). It remains unknown, whether she actually ...

  • FALLON, Samuel William

    FALLON, Samuel William. Calcutta 1817 — 3.10.1880. British Teacher in India. “Entered the Bengal Education Department in his 20th year, was inspector of ...

  • FANSHAWE, Herbert Charles

    FANSHAWE, Herbert Charles. 28.3.1852 — 26.3.1923. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Rev. John Faithful F. and Elizabeth Upton. Joined I.C.S. 1873, served mainly in the Punjab, retired 1901. Married 1906 Harriet ...

  • FARIA, João de

    FARIA, João de. 1539 — 1581. S.J. Father. Portuguese Missionary in India. Joined the S.J. in 1563, left for Goa in 1572, came ...

  • FARQUHAR, John Nicol

    FARQUHAR, John Nicol. Aberdeen 6.4.1861 — Manchester 17.7.1929. British (Scots) Missionary in India, ...

  • FATONE, Vicente

    FATONE, Vicente. Buenos Aires 1903 — 1962. Argentinian Philosopher of Religion. Graduated 1926 in Buenos Aires, in philosophy. In 1937-38 studies of Indian ...

  • FAUCHE, Hippolyte

    FAUCHE, Hippolyte. 23.5.1795 — Juilly (Seine-et-Marne) 28.2.1869. French Author and Translator of Sanskrit Classics. Born in Juilly or Auxerre, spent most ...

  • FAURIEL, Claude

    FAURIEL, Claude. Saint-Étienne (Loire) 21.10.1772 — Paris 14/15.7.1844. French Linguist interested in Sanskrit. Professor in Paris. Son of Joseph F., a carpenter, studied ...

  • FAUSBØLL, Michael Viggo

    FAUSBØLL, Michael Viggo. Hove near Lemvig 22.9.1821 — Charlottenlund 3.6.1908. Danish Indologist. Professor ...

  • FAUST, Adolf

    FAUST, Adolf. 18?? — 1???. German Student of IE Linguistics. Ph.D. 1877 Strassburg. Probably same AF, who in 1915 was school-teacher (Professor) in ...

  • FAVRE, Pierre Étienne Lazare

    FAVRE, Pierre Étienne Lazare. Janville (Eure-et-Loir) 12.2.1812 — Paris 17.3.1887. Abbé. French Missionary and South-East Asian (Malay) Scholar. Ordained 1836 in Orléans, 1842 ...

  • FAWCETT, Charles Gordon Hill

    FAWCETT, Charles Gordon Hill. 28.6.1869 — 7.3.1952. Sir. British Historian of Colonial India. Educated at Harrow and Pembroke College, Cambridge. In 1890 joined ...

  • FAWCETT, Frederick

    FAWCETT, Frederick. 18?? — 19??. British Civil Servant in India. Retired before 1911 as Deputy Inspector General of Police in Madras. An amateur ...

  • FAY, Edwin Whitfield

    FAY, Edwin Whitfield. Minden, Louisiana 1.1.1865 — Pittsburgh, PA 17.2.1920. U.S. Indologist and Linguist. Professor in Texas. Son of Edwin Hedge Fay, a known educator, and Sarah Elizabeth Shields, attended with a few ...

  • FAZY, Robert

    FAZY, Robert. Foëcy, Cher (France) 28.6.1872 — Lausanne 2.3.1956. Swiss Judge interested in Oriental Studies. Son of an engineer and economist in ancient ...

  • FEDERICI, Cesare de

    FEDERICI, Cesare de (Fedrici). Erbanno c. 1530 — 1600/03. Italian (Venetian) Merchant and Traveller in India. Left Venice in 1567, travelled via Aleppo ...

  • FÉER, Henri Léon

    FÉER, Henri Léon. Rouen 22.11.1830 — Paris 10.3.1902. French Indologist and Buddhist Scholar. ...

  • FELBER, Erwin

    FELBER, Erwin. 1885 — 1929. Austrian Musicologist. Ph.D. 1911 Wien. In 1926 he was Verlags­buchhändler in Berlin.

  • FELIX, Father

    FELIX, Father —> Felix FINCK

  • FENICIO, Jacobo

    FENICIO, Jacobo. Capua 1558 — 1632. Father, S.J. Italian Missionary, in India 1583-1632, working in Malabar Mission. He wrote an interesting account of ...

  • FENIGER, Siegmund

    FENIGER, Siegmund (Nyānaponika Mahāthera). Hanau 29.7.1901 — Forest Hermitage, Kandy 19.10.1994. German Bauddha and Buddhist scholar. Born in Hessen in a ...

  • FERGUSON (or Fergusson), John

    FERGUSON (or Fergusson), John. 17?? — 1???. British Officer in India. Captain. The author of the first English Hindustani dictionary in 1773.

    Publications: A dictionary of the Hindostan Language. 1. English and ...

  • FERGUSON, Charles Albert

    FERGUSON, Charles Albert. Philadelphia 6.7.1921 — 2.9.1998. U.S. Indologist (Bengali Scholar) and Linguist. Professor in Stanford. Studies at University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia: B.A. ...

  • FERGUSON, Donald William

    FERGUSON, Donald William. Colombo 8.10.1853 — Croydon 29.6.1910. British Journalist and Scholar of Sri Lankan History (especially of Colonial Period). Son of A. M. F. ...

  • FERGUSSON, James

    FERGUSSON, James. Ayr 22.1.1808 — London 9.1.1886. British (Scots) Architect and Historian of Indian architecture. Son of Dr. William F., educated ...

  • FERNÁNDEZ Y GONZÁLEZ, Francisco

    FERNÁNDEZ Y GONZÁLEZ, Francisco. Albacete 26.9.1833 — Madrid 1917. Spanish Linguist and Polyglot, also knew Sanskrit, Arabic and Persian. Son of a cavalry ...

  • FERRAND, Paul Joseph Gabriel

    FERRAND, Paul Joseph Gabriel. Marseille 22.1.1864 — Paris 31.1.1935. French Diplomat, Orientalist (esp. Arabic Scholar) and a Specialist of ...

  • FERRARIO, Benigno

    FERRARIO, Benigno. 1887? — 1956?. Uruguayan Scholar (of Italian origin) interested in India. In the 1950s Profesor de Lenguas Clásicas y Filosofia at ...

  • FERRERO DE GUBERNATIS, Onorio

    FERRERO DE GUBERNATIS, Onorio. Turin 1908 — Lima 1989. Italian Oriental Scholar in Peru, interested in Indian Religion. Moved to Peru in 1942. from 1952 taught ...

  • FERTIG, Michael

    FERTIG, Michael. 1??? — 1???. German. Probably the Bavarian schoolteacher, who then published studies about classical philology in Landshut and Passau. From 1834 ...

  • FESTUGIÈRE, André-Jean

    FESTUGIÈRE, André-Jean. Paris 15.3.1898 — Saint-Dizier (Haute-Marne) 13.8.1982. French Dominican Father and Scholar of Classical and Comparative Religion. Education and studies in Paris. ...

  • FICHTNER, Horst

    FICHTNER, Horst. 1893 — 19??. German Student of History of Medicine, apparently without any linguistic knowledge. Dr. med. 1924 Leipzig.

    Publications: diss. an excerpt of 16 p. of the work publ. as Die Medizin im Avesta ...

  • FICK, Friedrich Conrad August

    FICK, Friedrich Conrad August. Petershagen bei Minden 5.5.1833 — Hildesheim (or Breslau?) 24.3.1916. German Linguist (IE scholar). Professor in ...

  • FICK, Richard Friedrich

    FICK, Richard Friedrich. Schwartau near Lübeck 7.2.1867 — Göttingen 18.12. 1944. German Indologist. Son of Adolf Fick, a merchant, went to ...

  • FIELD, Dorothy

    FIELD, Dorothy. 18?? — 19??. Lady. Apparently a Britishwoman in India, but no details are founf about her.

    Publications: The Religion of the Sikhs. 114 p. Wisdom of the East Series. 1901.

  • FIERLINGER, Julius Josef Claudius von

    FIERLINGER, Julius Josef Claudius von. Vienna 15.1.1862 — Baden bei Wien 22.8.1884. Austrian Linguist. He must be the younger ...

  • FIGULLA, Hugo Heinrich

    FIGULLA, Hugo Heinrich. Loslau, Kr. Rybnik, Oberschlesies 27.12.1885 — London 6.2.1969. German Assyriologist and Hittite Scholar also interested in Dravidian. After gymnasium in ...

  • FILCHNER, Wilhelm

    FILCHNER, Wilhelm. München (or Bayreuth?) 13.9.1877 — Zürich 7.5.1957. German Geodesist and Explorer. Son of Eduard F. (Lazarettverwaltungsinspektor in Bayreuth, 1836-1882) and Rosine ...

  • FILLIOZAT, Jean

    FILLIOZAT, Jean. Paris 4.11.1906 — Paris 27.10.1982. French Indologist. Professor in Paris. Son of a physician. After studies of medicine in ...

  • FILON, Louise Charlette

    FILON, Louise Charlette. 1832 — 1902. See under her nom-de-plume —> SUMMERS, Mary.

  • FINCH, William

    FINCH, William. 15?? — Baghdad ?.8.1613. British Merchant and Traveller in India. From London. He came to Surat with Hawkins in 1608 and ...

  • FINCK, Felix

    FINCK, Felix. Antwerpen 1868 — Maryabad 29.3.1932. Father. Belgian Capuchin (OFM) Missionary, Historian and Tibetan Scholar in India. From Antwerpen, worked in Maryabad in Western Punjab. In 1912 living in Calcutta.

    Publications: ...

  • FINCK, Franz Nikolaus

    FINCK, Franz Nikolaus. Krefeld 26.2.(26.6.?)1867 — Berlin-Südende 3./4.5.1910. German Linguist (Indo-Europaean and Gipsy). Professor in Berlin. Son of the factory-owner Jakob F. and ...

  • FINOT, Louis

    FINOT, Louis. Bar-sur-Aube 20.7.1864 — Toulon (Var) 16.5.1935. French Indologist and South-East Asian Scholar. Son of Bernardin-Florentin F., a notary, and ...

  • FIÓK, Károly

    FIÓK, Károly. Nagy Karolyi 29.4.1857 — Debrecen 21.5.1915. Hungarian School-teacher and Translator of Sanskrit Literature. Studies of IE, Persian and Sanskrit ...

  • FIRTH, John Rupert

    FIRTH, John Rupert. Keighley, Yorkshire 17.6.1890 — Linfield, Sussex 14.12. 1960. British Linguist and Phonetician. Professor in London. From Yorkshire. Studied ...

  • FISCHER, Klaus

    FISCHER, Klaus. Zittau (Sachsen) 23.11.1919 — Bonn 25.3.1993. German Archaeologist and Art Historian of South Asia. Professor in Bonn. Studied archaeology ...

  • FISCHER, Kurt

    FISCHER, Kurt. Berlin 2.3.1892 — Berlin 25.8.1942. German Bauddha. Adopted Buddhism in 1916. Secretary and successor of Dahlke as the leader of Buddhistische ...

  • FISCHER, Leopold

    FISCHER, Leopold —> Bharati, Agehananda

  • FITCH, Ralph

    FITCH, Ralph. 1550? — 1611. English Merchant and Traveller in India. In February 1583 left London with other merchants (i.a. John Newberry) of ...

  • FITZCLARENCE, George Augustus Frederick

    FITZCLARENCE, George Augustus Frederick, First Earl of Munster. 29.1.1794 — London 20.3.1842. British Officer and Traveller. Illegitimate son of William IV and Dorothea Bland ...

  • FLECHIA, Giovanni

    FLECHIA, Giovanni. Piverone (Piemonte) 6.11.1811 — Piverone 3.7.1892. Italian Indologist. Professor in Turin. Son of Carlo F., a physician, and Teresa ...

  • FLEET, John Faithfull

    FLEET, John Faithfull. Royston (Chiswick) 1.5.1847 — 21.2.1917. British Indologist (Epigraphist and Historian). ...

  • FLENSBURG, Nils Olof Mathias

    FLENSBURG, Nils Olof Mathias. Lund 22.4.1855 — 7.4.1926. Swedish Indologist. Professor in Lund. Son of a priest (future bishop) Wilhelm Fl., ...

  • FLORENZ, Carl Adolf

    FLORENZ, Carl Adolf. Erfurt 10.1.1865 — Hamburg 1.4.1939. German Indologist and Japanologist. Professor in Tokyo and Hamburg. Ph.D. 1888 Leipzig. Son of a ...

  • FLORSCHÜTZ, Josip

    FLORSCHÜTZ, Josip (Josef). Agram (Zagreb) 8.3.1864 — Ibid. 22.9.1916. Croatian (Austrian) Linguist. From 1882 studies of Slavic, German and IE at Vienna, Ph.D. ...

  • FOHALLE, René François Joseph

    FOHALLE, René François Joseph. Verviers 12.5.1899 — 198?. Belgian Linguist. Professor in Liège. Obtained classical education at Athénée royal de Verviers in 1910-17, ...

  • FOKKER, Abraham Anthony

    FOKKER, Abraham Anthony. Karmat / Batavia 27.9.1862 — the Hague 1.1.1927. Dutch Indonesian Scholar. Born in Indonesia, son of Abraham Marinus F. and ...

  • FOLEY, C. A.

    FOLEY, C. A. —> RHYS DAVIDS, C. A. F.

  • FOLEY, Mary Cecilia

    FOLEY, Mary Cecilia. Wadhurst, Sussex 8.10.1859 — London 22.10.1925. Britishwoman interested in Pāli. Daughter of Rev. John F. and Caroline Elizabeth Windham, sister ...

  • FOLKERT, Kendall W.

    FOLKERT, Kendall W. 5.3.1942 — India 29.10.1985. U.S. Scholar of Indian Religion. Son of Wallace F. Studies at Western Michigan University and Harvard. Professor ...

  • FONSECA, José Nicolau da

    FONSECA, José Nicolau da. (1837–1886; Historian of Portuguese India, himself from Goa). See Who Was Who among Indian Indologists. ...

  • FONTANE, Marius Étienne

    FONTANE, Marius Étienne. Marseille 4.9.1838 — Berck (Pas-de-Calais) 1914. French Literate. In the age of 17 he joined a commercial house, in whose ...

  • FOOTE, Robert Bruce

    FOOTE, Robert Bruce. 22.9.1834 — Calcutta 29.12.1912. British Geologist in South India, a Pioneer of Indian Prehistoric Archaeology. Joined the Geological Survey of ...

  • FORBES, Alexander Kinloch

    FORBES, Alexander Kinloch. 7.7.1821 — 13.8.1865. British (Scots) Civil Servant in India and Pioneer of Gujarātī Studies. Son of John F.-Mitchell (1781–1822) and ...

  • FORBES, Charles James Forbes Smith

    FORBES, Charles James Forbes Smith- (C. J. F. Smith). 18?? — ...

  • FORBES, Duncan

    FORBES, Duncan. Pertshire 28.4.1798 — 17.8.1868. British (Scots) Orientalist (Persian and Urdu scholar). Born in a poor family, in 1801 remained ...

  • FORBES, James

    FORBES, James. London 1749 — Aix-la-Chapelle 1.8.1819. British (Scots) Civil Servant in India. In 1765 came to Bombay as a writer, 1775 private ...

  • FORCHHAMMER, Emmanuel

    FORCHHAMMER, Emmanuel. St.Antönien 12.3.1851 — Myingyan 26.4.1890. Swiss Indologist (Pāli Scholar) in Burma. He was born in Switzerland as son of ...

  • FORKE, Ernst Conrad Alfred

    FORKE, Ernst Conrad Alfred. Schöningen/Kr. Helmstedt (Braunschweig) 12.1.1867 — Hamburg 9.7.1944. German Sinologist. Professor in Hamburg. Son of Wilhelm ...

  • FORLONG, James George Roche

    FORLONG, James George Roche. Springhall, Lanarkshire 11.1824 — Edinburgh 29.3.1904. British (Scots) Military Engineer and a Scholar of Religion in India. Major-General. Son ...

  • FORMICHI, Carlo

    FORMICHI, Carlo. Naples 14.2.1871 — Rome 13.12.1943. Italian Indologist. Professor in Rome. Studied at Naples law and letters (Indology under Kerbaker), ...

  • FORREST, George William

    FORREST, George William. Nusserabad 8.1.1846 — 28.1.1921 (or 1926?). Sir. British Historian of the Colonial Period. Son of Captain George F., educated privately ...

  • FORSTER, George

    FORSTER, George. 17?? — Nagpur 1792. British Civil Servant and Traveller in India. Served in Madras. In 1782 he travelled from India through ...

  • FORSTER, Henry Pitts

    FORSTER, Henry Pitts. 1766? — 10.9.1815. British Civil Servant in India and a Pioneer of Indology. In 1783 joined the Bengal ...

  • FORSTER, Johann Georg Adam

    FORSTER, Johann Georg Adam. Nassenhuben near Danzig 27.11.1754 — Paris 10.1.1794. German Scientist, Author and Traveller interested in India. Son of —> J. R. F. ...

  • FORSTER, Johann Reinhold

    FORSTER, Johann Reinhold. Dirschau (now Tczew), West Prussia 22.10.1729 — Halle 9.12.1798. German Scientist. Son of a mayor, of an originally Scottish family ...

  • FORTUNATOV, Filip Fedorovič

    FORTUNATOV, Filip Fedorovič. Vologda 14(2).1.1848 — Petrozavodsk 3.10.(20.9.)1914. Russian Indologist and Linguist. Studies in Moscow under Petrov and others, graduated in ...

  • FOSTER, William

    FOSTER, William. 19.11.1863 — 11.5.1951. Sir. British Historian of Indian Colonial Period. Son of William F., educated at Cooper’s Grammar School and London ...

  • FOUCAUX, Philip-Édouard

    FOUCAUX, Philip-Édouard. Angers 15.9.1811 — Paris 19.5.1894. French Indologist and Tibetan scholar. Professor in Paris. Son of a wealthy merchant from ...

  • FOUCHER, Alfred Charles Auguste

    FOUCHER, Alfred Charles Auguste. Lorient (Morbihan, Bretagne) 21.11.1865 — Sceaux 30.10. 1952. French Indologist, Art Historian and Archaeologist. Professor in Paris. ...

  • FOULKES, Thomas

    FOULKES, Thomas. Wales 1826 — 1901. Rev. British (Welsh) Priest and Indologist in India. Educated in Islington, ordained deacon 1848 and ...

  • FOWLER, Alexander Murray

    FOWLER, Alexander Murray. Cape Town, South Africa 23.3.1905 — 1996 (1999?). U.S. Indologist ...

  • FOX-STRANGWAYS, Arthur Henry

    FOX-STRANGWAYS, Arthur Henry. Norwich 14.9.1859 — Dinton, Wiltshire 2.5.1948. British Musicologist. Son of an offices, Walter Aston F.S., and Harriet Elizabeth Bullier. Educated ...

  • FOY, Willy

    FOY, Willy (Karl Max Emil). Leipzig 27.11.1873 — 1.3.1929. German Indologist and Ethnologist. Professor in Cologne. After school in Leipzig studied ...

  • FRACHTENBERG, Leo Joachim

    FRACHTENBERG, Leo Joachim. Czernowitz (now in Ukraina) 24.2.1883 — Waterloo, Iowa 26.11.1930. U.S. (Austrian born) Linguist and Anthropologist. Son of Abraham Fr. and ...

  • FRAENKEL, Ernst Eduard Samuel

    FRAENKEL, Ernst Eduard Samuel. Berlin 16.10.1881 — Hamburg 2.10.1957. German IE, Greek, and Balto-Slavic Linguist. Son of Albert Fr. (1848–1916), a specialist of ...

  • FRANCKE, August Hermann

    FRANCKE, August Hermann. Gnadenfrei/Schlesien 5.11.1870 — Berlin 16.2.1930. German Missionary (in Ladakh) and Tibetologist. Professor in Berlin. Son of A.H.Fr., a ...

  • FRANCKLIN, William

    FRANCKLIN, William. 1763 — India 12.4.1839. British Colonial Officer and Historian in India. Son of Thomas Fr., educated at Westminster and Trinity College, ...

  • FRANK, Othmar (orig. Johann Georg Frank)

    FRANK, Othmar (orig. Johann Georg Frank). Bamberg 8.5.1770 — Vienna 16.9.1840. German Pioneer of Indology. Professor in Munich. After school he ...

  • FRANKE, Alwin Wilhelm Otto

    FRANKE, Alwin Wilhelm Otto. Gernrode/Harz 27.9.1863 — Berlin 5.8.1946. German Sinologist (started with Indology). Son of the Burgermeister Friedrich ...

  • FRANKE, Rudolf Otto

    FRANKE, Rudolf Otto. Wickerode/Harz 24.6.1862 — Königsberg 5.2.1928. German Indologist. Professor in Königsberg. ...

  • FRANKFURTER, Oskar

    FRANKFURTER, Oskar. Hamburg 23.2.1851 — Hamburg 1.10.1922. German South-East Asian and Pāli Scholar. After Johanneum in Hamburg studied i.al. Indology at ...

  • FRANZÓ, Gregorio

    FRANZÓ, Gregorio. 23.6.1879 — 19??. Italian School-Teacher interested in Indian Thought. Teacher (Professor) of “materie letterarie” at R. Ginnasio superiore in Grosseto. Still active with Greek in 1926.

    Publications: Sulle relazioni delle ...

  • FRASER, James

    FRASER, James. 1713 — 21.1.1754. British (Scots) Factor in India, Historian and Manuscript Collector. Son of Alexander F. of Reelick near Inverness. Residing ...

  • FRASER, James Nelson

    FRASER, James Nelson. 1869 — 1918. British Civil Servant in India. In Educational Department, Principal of the Training College in Bombay for Teachers ...

  • FRAUWALLNER, Erich

    FRAUWALLNER, Erich. Wien-Währing 28.12.1898 — Vienna 5.7.1974. Austrian Indologist and Tibetan Scholar. Professor in Vienna. Son of the financial secretary (later ...

  • FRAZER, Robert Watson

    FRAZER, Robert Watson. 1854 — 30.11.1921. Irish Indologist and Dravidian Scholar in British Service in India. Lecturer in London. Educated at ...

  • FREI, Henri

    FREI, Henri. Baar (ZG) 5.6.1899 — 14.11.1980. Swiss Linguist. Professor in Genève. Son of an industrialist. Studies of linguistics at Genève and Paris ...

  • FREJMAN, Aleksandr Arnol’dovič

    FREJMAN, Aleksandr Arnol’dovič. Warsaw 23.8.1879 — 19.1.1968. Russian Iranist, specialist in Middle Iranian. Professor in Leningrad. Son of an official. After ...

  • FREMKIAN, Aram

    FREMKIAN, Aram. Constanţa 1898 — 1968. Romanian Classical (Greek) Scholar interested in Indology. Studies of Greek, linguistics and Sanskrit in Paris ...

  • FRERE, Henry Bartle Edward

    FRERE, Henry Bartle Edward. Clydach, Monmouthshire 29.3.1815 — London 29.5.1884. Sir, Bart. British Civil Servant in India. Son of ...

  • FREUDENBERG, Johann Philipp

    FREUDENBERG, Johann Philipp. Raubacher Hütte bei Dierdorf 18.2.1843 — Colombo 2.2.1911. German Merchant in Sri Lanka. Son of an ...

  • FRIEDLÄNDER, Walter

    FRIEDLÄNDER, Walter. Glogau, Niederschlesien (now Glogow in Poland) 10.3.1873 — New York 8.9. 1966. German Student of Indology, then Art Historian, later in ...

  • FRIEDMAN, David Lazar

    FRIEDMAN, David Lazar. Amsterdam 26.2.1903 — 11.4.1984. Dutch Buddhist Scholar and Art Historian in the U.K. Born in a Jewish family ...

  • FRIEDRICH, Adolf

    FRIEDRICH, Adolf. Hofheim, Taunus 22.4.1914 — Rawalpindi 25.4.1956. German Anthropologist. Professor in Mainz. Son of the Reichsbahnoberinspector Ernst Fr. and Wilhelmine Rauber. Ph.D. ...

  • FRIŠ, Oldřich

    FRIŠ, Oldřich. Boskovice (Moravia) 7.5.1903 — Prague 14.1.1955. Czech Indologist. Professor in Prague. Born in a poor family as one of ...

  • FRISK, Jöns Ivar Hjalmar

    FRISK, Jöns Ivar Hjalmar. Göteborg 4.8.1900 — Göteborg 1.8.1984. Swedish Linguist and Classical ...

  • FRITZE, Ludwig

    FRITZE, Ludwig. Brandenburg 9.9.(or 4.12.?)1833 — 11.9.1922. German Schoolteacher and Translator of Sanskrit Literature. Taught at elementary schools, later in a ...

  • FRITZSCHE, Richard

    FRITZSCHE, Richard. 1851 — 19??. German Indologist. Schoolteacher and Principal in Schneeberg. Studies at Leipzig, i.al. Indology under Brockhaus. Teacher at ...

  • FROHNMEYER, Ludwig Johannes

    FROHNMEYER, Ludwig Johannes. Ludwigsburg (Württemberg) 12.12. 1850 — Basel 16.3.1921. German Missionary and ...

  • FRY, J. P.

    FRY, J. P. 1??? — 1???. British Colonial Officer in India. In 1858 Lieutenant in charge of the Agency in the Hill Tracts of Orissa.

  • FRY, Morton Allan Harrison

    FRY, Morton Allan Harrison. London 13.2.1910 — ????. U.S. Indologist. Son of Morton Harrison Fry (1888–1971), a banker, and Julia Gladys Angell. Studies in the U.S.A., at Princeton (A.B. 1932, A.M. 1933, Ph.D. 1935). In ...

  • FRYER, George Edward

    FRYER, George Edward. 25.11.1832 — 1891. British Officer and Pāli Scholar in India and Burma. Son of colonel George Fryer, of Madras army. School at ...

  • FRYER, John

    FRYER, John. 1650? — 31.3.1733. British Physician and Traveller in India. Son of William Fryer, of London. Studies of medicine at Cambridge, first ...

  • FUCHS, Rudolf

    FUCHS, Rudolf. Heidelberg 19.1.1877 — 1941. German Student of Indology. Son of Lazarus F., a Professor of Mathematics (1833–1902; originally jew from Posen, ...

  • FUGLSANG, Niels Studsgaard

    FUGLSANG, Niels Studsgaard. Holeby, Laaland 19.11.1759 — 29.12.1832. Danish Priest in India. Son of Herman F., a vicar, and Lucie Abelone Studsgaard. After ...

  • FÜHRER, Alois Anton

    FÜHRER, Alois Anton. Limburg an der Lahn 26.11.1853 — Binningen 5.11.1930. German Indologist and Archaeologist in India. Studies of Catholic Theology ...

  • FUMI, Fausto Gherardo

    FUMI, Fausto Gherardo. Montepulciano (Toscana) 17.10.1840 — Genua 1915. Italian Linguist interested in Sanskrit Literature. Studies at Pisa (under Bardelli), Firenze ...

  • FÜRER-HAIMENDORF, Christoph von

    FÜRER-HAIMENDORF, Christoph von. Vienna 27.6.1909 — London 11.6.1995. Austrian Anthropologist in the U.K. Professor in London. Son of Rudolf Fürer von ...

  • FURNIKA, Vitalij Petrovič

    FURNIKA, Vitalij Petrovič. Dovžanka near Ternopil, western Ukraina 14.10.1940 — 16.4.1993. Russian (Ukrainian) Indologist (Tamil Scholar). Son of a farmer. Studies in Leningrad ...

  • FÜRST, Alfons

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