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  • (IMBAULT-)HUART, Marie Clément

    (IMBAULT-)HUART, Marie Clément. Paris 15.2.1854 — Paris 30.12.1926. French Orientalist. Son of an advocate. Started Arabic in the age of ...

  • HAACK, August

    HAACK, August. 18?? — 1???. Autrrian or German Translator of Sanskrit Classics. Minister in Ratibor, Upper Silesia (now Racibórz, Poland).

    Publications: Someśvaradeva: Kîrtikaumudî oder die Lotusblume des Ruhmes. 107 p. Ratibor 1892.

    – Vikramâṅkadevacarita; oder, Das Leben ...

  • HAAFNER (Haffner), Jacob Godfried

    HAAFNER (Haffner), Jacob Godfried. Halle 1755 — 3.9.1809. Dutch (German born) traveller and precursor of Indology. His father, originally from Alsace, ...

  • HAAG, Friedrich

    HAAG, Friedrich. Diessenhofen/Thurgau (Hüttwilen?) 14.1.1846 — Bern 3.11.1914. Swiss Classical Philologist and Indologist. Son of Ulrich H. and Barbara Zimmermann. Studies ...

  • HAARH, Erik

    HAARH, Erik. Frederiksberg 20.9.1929 — 1.12.1993. Danish Scholar of Tibetan and Comparative Religion. Professor in Aarhus. Son of an engineer, matriculated ...

  • HAAS, Ernst Anton Max

    HAAS, Ernst Anton Max. Coburg 1835 — 1882. German Indologist in London. After school in Coburg studies of Germanic and Romance ...

  • HAAS, George Christian Otto

    HAAS, George Christian Otto. New York 28.3.1883 — 1964. U.S. Indologist and Sectarian. ...

  • HAAS, Hans

    HAAS, Hans. Dumdorf near Bayreuth 3.12.1868 — Leipzig 10.9.1934. German Priest and Scholar of Comparative Religion, Japanese and Buddhism. Professor in ...

  • HABERLANDT, Michael

    HABERLANDT, Michael. Altenburg (now Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary) 29.9. 1860 — Vienna 14.6.1940. Austrian Anthropologist and Indologist. Son of Agronomist Friedrich H. Studies ...

  • HABSBURG, Josef Karl Ludwig

    HABSBURG, Josef Karl Ludwig, Erzherzog von Österreich (nom-de-plume József Főherczec ). Bratislava 2.3.1833 — Fiume (now Rijeka) 13.6.1905. Austro-Hungarian Nobleman, Officer, and ...

  • HACKER, Paul

    HACKER, Paul. Seelscheid/Bergisches Land (Kreis Sieg) 6.1.1913 — Münster/ Westfalen 18.3.1979. German Indologist. Professor in Bonn and Münster. After matriculation from ...

  • HACKIN, J. Ria

    HACKIN, J. Ria (Marie, née Parmentier). Rombas, Moselle (then German) 7.9.1905 — on sea 24.2. 1941. Wife and Secretary of —> ...

  • HACKIN, Joseph Gaspard

    HACKIN, Joseph Gaspard. Boevange-sur-Attert (Luxembourg) 1885 — on sea 24.2.1941. French (Luxemburgian) Officer and Archaeologist of Afghanistan, also interested in Tibet. ...

  • HACKMANN, Heinrich

    HACKMANN, Heinrich. Gaste near Osnabrück 31.8.1865 — Hildesheim 13.7.1935. German Sinologist, Lutheran Theologian and Scholar of Comparative Religion in the Netherlands. Professor in ...

  • HADLEY, George

    HADLEY, George. 174? — London 10.9.1798. British Colonial Officer in India, Author of the first English Hindustani Grammar. He joined the E.I.C.’s Bengal ...

  • HADLEY, James

    HADLEY, James. Fairfield NY 30.3.1821 — New Haven CT 14.11.1872. U.S. Classical (Greek) Scholar also interested in Sanskrit and IE. Professor in New ...

  • HAEBERLIN (Häberlen), Johannes

    HAEBERLIN (Häberlen), Johannes. Tuttlingen/Württemberg 19.8.1808 — Hooghly near Calcutta 12.11.1849. German Missionary and Indologist, in India 1832-37 and 1839-49. Son of ...

  • HAEKEL, Joseph

    HAEKEL, Joseph. Vienna 17.6.1907 — Vienna 2.11.1973. Austrian Ethnologist. Son of a court official. From 1931 studied ethnology at Wien. Ph.D. 1935 Wien, ...

  • HAGEMANN, Gottfried

    HAGEMANN, Gottfried. Hannover 17?? — Rome 1809. German pioneer of Indology. In Paris lived as a lodger in the house of ...

  • HAGREN, Klas

    HAGREN, Klas. Uddevalla 12.2.1953 — Uppsala 26.8.2000. Swedish Indologist. Matric­ul­ated from Uddevalla 1973. Studies of Indology at Stockholm and Uppsala. in 1988-2000 adjunkt teaching Sanskrit, ...

  • HAHLWEG, Klaus

    HAHLWEG, Klaus. 1921 — 1995. German Buddhist Scholar. During the war student of von Glasenapp at Königsberg. Ph.D. München 1954 ...

  • HAHN, Emma Adelaide

    HAHN, Emma Adelaide. New York 1.4.1893 — New York 8.7.1967. U.S. Classical and IE Scholar. Daughter of Otto Hahn, ...

  • HAHN, Karl Heinrich Philipp Ferdinand

    HAHN, Karl Heinrich Philipp Ferdinand. Ketzin bei Berlin 1845 — Himalaya ...

  • HAIG, Thomas Wolseley

    HAIG, Thomas Wolseley. Sir. 7.8.1865 — 23.4./4.5.1938. British Colonial Officer and Historian of India. Lieutenant Colonel. Son of Major ...

  • HALBFASS, Wilhelm

    HALBFASS, Wilhelm. Northeim/Niedersachsen 11.5.1940 — 25.5.2000. German Indologist and Philosopher in the U.S.A. After 20 years in the U.S.A. still German ...

  • HALÉVY, Joseph

    HALÉVY, Joseph. Adrianople (now Edirne) 15.12.1827 — Paris 21.1.1917. French (originally Turkish Jew) Epigraphist, Semitist and Traveller. Professor in Paris, naturalized Frenchman. Taught ...

  • HALHED, Nathaniel Brassey

    HALHED, Nathaniel Brassey. Westminster 25.5.1751 — London 18.2.1830. British Precursor of Indology. Son of William H., a bank director, educated at ...

  • HALL, Fitzedward

    HALL, Fitzedward. Troy, N.Y. 21.3.1825 — Marlesford, Suffolk 1.2.1901. U.S. Indologist, in India 1846-62 and the U.K. Son of an old ...

  • HALLADE, Madeleine

    HALLADE, Madeleine. Colombes 18.5.1891 — 30.9.1968. Mlle. French Art Historian. In 1919-20 studied at École de Beaux-Arts, worked herself as painter. In 1931-39 studies ...

  • HALLETT, Holt Samuel

    HALLETT, Holt Samuel. 18?? — 11.11.1915. British Railway Engineer in India. “Son of T. P. L. Hallett, LL.D., of Dorset, educated at Kensington School and ...

  • HALOUN, Gustav

    HALOUN, Gustav. Pirnitz (now Brtnice in Moravia) 12.1.1898 — Cambridge 24.12.1951. Czech/German Sinologist. Professor in Cambridge. Studies of Sinology at Wien (von Rosthorn) ...

  • HAMAKER, Hendrik Arent

    HAMAKER, Hendrik Arent. Amsterdam 25.2.1789 — Neerlangbroek 7.10.1835. Dutch Orientalist interested in Sanskrit. Professor in Leiden. Studies of classical philology, then of Oriental ...

  • HAMBIS, Louis

    HAMBIS, Louis. Ligugé (Vienne) 18.12.1906 — Paris 10.10.1978. French Central Asian Scholar. Professor in Paris. Son of an industrialist. Student of Pelliot, diplome ...

  • HAMILTON, Alexander

    HAMILTON, Alexander. 1762 — Liverpool 30.12.1824. British (Scots) Pioneer of Indology. Born in Scotland, parents unknown, brother Walter Hamilton, who also ...

  • HAMILTON, Charles

    HAMILTON, Charles. Belfast 1753? — Hampstead 14.3.1792. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of Charles H., a merchant (d. 1767), “went to India ...

  • HAMILTON, Clarence Herbert

    HAMILTON, Clarence Herbert. Des Moines, Iowa 8.1.1886 — 1986. U.S. Buddhist Scholar. Missionary-Professor in China 1914-27. Educated at University of Chicago: A.B. 1910, ...

  • HAMILTON, Franci

    HAMILTON, Francis —> Francis BUCHANAN-HAMILTON

  • HAMILTON, J. H. F.

    HAMILTON, J. H. F. 18?? — 1894. British Civil Servant in Ceylon. Entered C.C.S. in 1879 and retired 12 years later as District Judge of Ratnapura.

    Publications: Three Weeks in India: A ...

  • HAMM, Frank-Richard

    HAMM, Frank-Richard. Königsberg 8.10.1920 — Bonn 11.11.1973. German Indologist and Tibetan Scholar. Professor in Bonn. Son of Lieutenant Richard and Hedwig ...

  • HAMMERICH, Louis Leonor

    HAMMERICH, Louis Leonor. København 31.7.1892 — Hørsholm/Hillerød 1.11.1975. Danish Linguist (Germanist). Matriculated 1910 in Roskilde. Studies in Copenhagen, Magister i Germ. filologi 1915, ...

  • HAMMERICH, Martin Johannes

    HAMMERICH, Martin Johannes. Copenhagen 4.12.1811 — Iselingen 20.9.1881. Danish Scholar of Literature and Educator interested in Indology. Son of merchant Johannes H. and ...

  • HANDT, Werner

    HANDT, Werner. 18?? — 19??. German student of Indology. Ph.D. 1900 Tübingen (apparently student of Garbe).

    Publications: diss. Die atomistische Grundlage der Vaiśeṣika-Philosophie nach den Quellen dargestellt. MS. Tübingen, publ. 64 p. Rostock & Leipzig 1900 ...

  • HANNAH, Herbert Bruce

    HANNAH, Herbert Bruce. 18?? — 19??. British Lawyer in India. Many years before 1912 studied Tibetan in Darjeeling under Kazi Dawa Samdup. In the 1910/25 living in Calcutta.

    Publications: A Grammar of ...

  • HANNAY, Simon Fraser

    HANNAY, Simon Fraser. 12.11.1801 — Assam 30.1.1861. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of Henry H. and Helen Fraser. ...

  • HANSEN, Olaf

    HANSEN, Olaf. St.Petersburg 11.4.1902 — Kiel 10.1.1969. German Indo-Iranian, especially Middle Iranian Scholar. Professor in Berlin (West). Son of G. O. ...

  • HANUSZ, Jan

    HANUSZ, Jan. Kołodziejówka near Stanislawów (then Austrian Galicia) 13.7.1858 — Paris 26.7.1887. Polish (Austrian) Indo-Iranian, Slavic, Armenian and Gipsy Scholar. Born ...

  • HANXLEDEN, Johannes Ernst

    HANXLEDEN, Johannes Ernst (Arnos Pathiri = Ernst Padre). Osterkappeln bei Osnabrück 1681 — “Pashur” (= Palayur, or Pazhur?), Kerala ...

  • HARDING, H. O. D

    HARDING, H. O. D. 18?? — 22.2.1916. British Civil Servant in India. I,C.S. In 1913-16 District Judge in Tiruccirappalli. Married, one son born ...

  • HARDY, Edmund Georg Nicolaus

    HARDY, Edmund Georg Nicolaus. Mainz 9.7.1852 — Würzburg (or Bonn?) 10.10.1904. German Catholic Priest and Indologist. Son of pharmacist Edmund H. ...

  • HARDY, Robert Spence

    HARDY, Robert Spence. Preston 1.7.1803 — Headingley near Leeds 16.4.1868. Rev. British Methodist ...

  • HARE, Edward Miles

    HARE, Edward Miles. Norfolk 4.3.1893 — 26.10.1955. British Pāli Scholar in Sri Lanka. ...

  • HARES, Walter Pullin

    HARES, Walter Pullin. 12.4.1877 — 21.1.1962. British Missionary in India. Educated at King’s Lynn and Durham University (B.A.). In 1906-11 missionary in charge ...

  • HARGREAVES, Harold

    HARGREAVES, Harold. 29.5.1876 — 19??. British Archaeologist in India. For a while served as headmaster of the Government High School in Amritsar. Worked ...

  • HARINGTON, John Herbert

    HARINGTON, John Herbert. 1764 — London 9.4.1828. British Civil Servant and Oriental Scholar in India. In India 1780-1819 & 1822-28. Came to India ...

  • HARLEZ DE DEULIN, Charles-Joseph, chevalier de

    HARLEZ DE DEULIN, Charles-Joseph, chevalier de. Huy/Liège 21.8.1832 — Louvain 14.7.1899. Belgian Orientalist, especially Iranian scholar. Professor in Louvain. Born in Liège in local nobility, concluded law studies at Liège 1858. In 1858-62 he worked ...

  • HARPER, William Rainey

    HARPER, William Rainey. New Concord, Ohio 24.7.1856 — Chicago 10.1.1906. U.S. Linguist. Born in an Irish-Scottish family, son of Samuel H. and Elizabeth Rainey. A child prodigy who learned ...

  • HARRINGTON, John Peabody

    HARRINGTON, John Peabody. Waltham MA 29.4.1884 — San Diego CAL 21.10.1961. U.S. Linguist and Anthropologist. Moved to California as child. Studied anthropology and ...

  • HARRIS, Charles

    HARRIS, Charles. Albion, Illinois 19.11.1859 — 1943. U.S. Student of Indology. In 1875-79 studies at University of Indiana and from 1881 at Leipzig ...

  • HARRIS, E. B.

    HARRIS, E. B. 1??? — 1???. British Railway Engineer in India. During the railway construction in 1862 in Bihar discovered the Sultanganj bronze ...

  • HARRISON, Hugh

    HARRISON, Hugh. 18?? — 19??. British Colonial Officer in India. Lieutenant-colonel. In the 1930s Lecturer in Hindi and Marathi at Caius College in ...

  • HARRISON, Max Hunter

    HARRISON, Max Hunter. Victoria, Illinois 24.12.1893 — 1986. U.S. Missionary in India. Son of Jacob H. H. and Ellen Wilmetta Levalley. Studied ...

  • HARRY, Joseph Edward

    HARRY, Joseph Edward. Harford Co., MD 1.10.1863 — New York 12.8.1949. U.S. Classical (Greek) Scholar also interested in Modern Languages and Sanskrit. Professor ...

  • HART, Eric George

    HART, Eric George. Mangalore 6.2.1878 — 8.10.1946. British Officer in India. Professor in Dublin. Son of Henry H., M.B.E. Educated at Victoria College ...

  • HARTING, Peter

    HARTING, Peter (Pieter Nicolaus Ubbo). Batavia 15.1.1892 — Amsterdam 11.8.1970. Dutch Indologist and Linguist (English). After Gymnasium in Amersfoort studied at ...

  • HARTMAN, Sven Samuel

    HARTMAN, Sven Samuel. Högbo, Gävleborgs län 22.6.1917 — 1988/89. Swedish Scholar of Comparative Religion. Professor at Åbo (Turku) and Lund. Matriculation ...

  • HARTMANN, Felix

    HARTMANN, Felix. Berlin 7.1.1857 — 19??. German Germanist, Classical, and IE Scholar. In 1884-1920 Oberlehrer at Kad.korp. Also studies IE at Göttingen under ...

  • HARTMANN, Peter

    HARTMANN, Peter. Berlin-Schöneberg 16.4.1923 — Münster 9.3.1984. German Linguist. Professor in Münster and Konstanz. Son of Hubert H., an officer and grandson ...

  • HAŞDEU, Bogdan Petriceicu

    HAŞDEU, Bogdan Petriceicu (born Tadeu Hâjdeu). Cristineştii, Hotin, Bessarabia (now Kerstentsi in Ukraina) 26.2.1838 — Cîmpína 25.8.1907. Romanian Historian, Linguist and ...

  • HASE, Carl Benedict / Charles-Benoît

    HASE, Carl Benedict / Charles-Benoît. Sulza, Thüringen 11.5.1780 — Paris 21.3.1864. German Linguist in France. Professor in Paris. Son of Christian-Gottfried H., a ...

  • HASKELL, Willabe

    HASKELL, Willabe (Willoughby). Freeport, Cumberland, Maine 19.8.1839 — New Haven 7.5.1913. U.S. Scholar and Journalist. Ph.D. 1863 Yale (under Whitney). Librarian in Yale University Reading Room in New Haven, two daughters.

    Publications: ...

  • HASTINGS, Warren

    HASTINGS, Warren. Churchill, Oxfordshire 6.12.1732 — Daylesford, Gloucestershire 22.8.1818. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of Pynaston H., lost soon his mother. Educated ...

  • HATCH, Emily Gilchriest

    HATCH, Emily Gilchriest. 1897 — 19??. U.S. Student of Indology. Ph.D. 1935 Cornell University, Ithaca N.Y. She was married with Duane Specer ...

  • HATFIELD, James Taft

    HATFIELD, James Taft. Brooklyn, N.Y. 15.6.1862 — Cook county, Illinois 3.10.1945. U.S. Linguist (Germanic and IE) and Indologist. Professor in Evanstown. ...

  • HATZIDAKIS, Georgios Nikolaou

    HATZIDAKIS, Georgios Nikolaou (Γεώργιος Νικολάου Χατζιδάκις). Myrthios, Hagios Basileios dt., Crete 11./23.11.1848 — Athens 26.6.1941. Greek Linguist, Founder of Modern Greek Linguistics. Professor ...

  • HAUER, Jakob Wilhelm

    HAUER, Jakob Wilhelm. Ditzingen/Kr. Leonberg, Württemberg 4.4.1881 — Tübingen 18.2.1962. German Indologist. Professor in Tübingen. Son of a master plasterer in ...

  • HAUG, Martin

    HAUG, Martin. Ostdorf bei Balingen, Württemberg 30.1.1827 — Ragaz, Switzerland 3.6.1876. German Indo-Iranian Scholar. Son of a farmer, who only reluctantly allowed his talented son ...

  • HAUGHTON, Graves Champney

    HAUGHTON, Graves Champney. Dublin 1788 — St.Cloud near Paris 28.8. 1849. Sir. British Colonial Officer and Indologist. Son of the physician ...

  • HAUSCHILD, Richard

    HAUSCHILD, Richard. Roschütz/Kr. Gera 2.12.1901 — Jena 15.2.1972. German (East) Indologist. Professor in Jena. Son of a farmer, matriculated from the ...

  • HAUSHEER, Jakob

    HAUSHEER, Jakob. Eollishofen bei Zürich 11.10.1865 — Zürich 7.5.1943. Swiss Orientalist. Son of Johann Kaspar H., a poor farmer, and Anna Barbara Weiss. ...

  • HAUSSIG, Hans Wilhelm

    HAUSSIG, Hans Wilhelm. 1916 — 1994. German Historian of Antiquity, Byzantium and Central Asia. Taught Byzantine history at F.U.Berlin, from 1969 also Near ...

  • HAUTESRAYES

    HAUTESRAYES —> LE ROUX DESHAUTESRAY

  • HAUVETTE-BESNAULT, Eugène-Louis

    HAUVETTE-BESNAULT, Eugène-Louis. Malesherbes (Loiret) 15.2. 1820 — Malesherbes 28.6.1890. French Indologist. Professor in Paris. Studies at Séminaire de Saint-Nicolas, after matriculation tutor for the son ...

  • HAVELL, Ernest Binfield

    HAVELL, Ernest Binfield. Readeng 16.9.1861 — Oxford 20.12.1935 (Wiki 31.12.1834). British Art Historian of India. In 1885-1906 in Indian Educational Service. Son of ...

  • HAVELOCK, Henry

    HAVELOCK, Henry. Bishopwearmouth, Durham 5.4.1795 — Dilkusha 25.11.1857. Sir. British Colonial Officer in India. Major-General. Son of William H., a wealthy shipbuilder, and ...

  • HAVERS, Wilhelm Maria Hubert

    HAVERS, Wilhelm Maria Hubert. Aachen 5.1.1879 — Vienna 2.3.1961. German IE Linguist in Austria. Son of school-teacher Johann Josef H. and Maria Agnes ...

  • HAWKINS, William

    HAWKINS, William (Hawkyns). 15?? — 1613. British Traveller. Of unknown origin, probably not the same as W.H., the nephew of Sir John H., ...

  • HAWKINS, William (Hawkyns)

    HAWKINS, William (Hawkyns). 15?? — 1613. British Traveller. Of unknown origin, probably not the same as W.H., the nephew of Sir John H., ...

  • HAY, John

    HAY, John. near Aberdeen 23.4.1812 — 1891. Rev. British (Scots) Missionary in India. Son of Patrick Hay, educated at Aberdeen University, M.A. 1833. ...

  • HEARN, Gordon Risley

    HEARN, Gordon Risley. 7.9.1871 — 7.6.1953. Sir. British Colonial Officer in India. Colonel. Served in Royal Engineers,, for 30 years constructed railways in ...

  • HEBER, Reginald

    HEBER, Reginald. Malpas, Cheshire 21.4.1783 — Trichinopoly (Tiruchirappalli) 3.4.1826. Right Rev. British Bishop and Traveller in India. Son of Rev. Reginald Heber, educated ...

  • HECQUET

    HECQUET, ?. 18?? — 1???. French Colonial Officer in South India. In 1878 he was a former mator of Pondichéry, who was supposed soon to ...

  • HEDIN, Sven Anders

    HEDIN, Sven Anders. Stockholm 19.2.1865 — Stockholm 26.11.1952. Swedish Explorer and Central Asian Scholar. Made several journeys of exploration to Iran, Central Asia ...

  • HEDSTRÖM, Oskar Frithiof

    HEDSTRÖM, Oskar Frithiof. Tingstäde, Gotland 10.7.1846 — 1904?. Swedish Schoolteacher and Student of Philology. Son of Captain Clas H. and Emilie Grubb. Matriculated ...

  • HEEREN, Arnold Hermann Ludwig

    HEEREN, Arnold Hermann Ludwig. Arbergen near Bremen 25.10.1760 — Göttingen 6.3.1842. German Historian and Classical Scholar. Professor in Göttingen. Son of ...

  • HEGEL, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich

    HEGEL, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich. Stuttgart 27.8.1770 — Berlin 14.11.1831. Famous German Philosopher. Professor in Berlin. After studies of philosophy ...

  • HEILER, Friedrich

    HEILER, Friedrich. Munich 30.1.1892 — Munich 28.4.1967. German Scholar of Comparative Religion. Professor in Marburg. Born in a Catholic family. From ...

  • HEILMAN, Luigi

    HEILMAN, Luigi. Portalbera 21.8.1911 — Bologna 9.10.1988. Italian Indologist and Linguist. Professor in Bologna. Studies at Padova (Suali). In 1934-37 Assistant at Catholic ...

  • HEIMANN, Betty

    HEIMANN, Betty. Wandsbeck bei Hamburg 29.3.1888 — Sirmione at the Lake Garda 19.5.1961. German Indologist in Sri Lanka. Daughter of a ...

  • HEINE-GELDERN, Robert, Freiherr von

    HEINE-GELDERN, Robert, Freiherr von (born Robert Heine). Grub, Niederösterreich 16.7.1885 — Vienna 25.5.1968. ...

  • HELD, Gerrit Jan

    HELD, Gerrit Jan. Kampen 1.7.1906 — Jakarta 28.9.1955. Dutch Anthropologist. After gymnasium in Kampen, from 1926 studied Sanskrit, Old Javanese and Ethnology at Leiden. Ph.D. 1935 ...

  • HELLER, Ludwig

    HELLER, Ludwig. Travemünde 18.8.1866 — Greifswald 21.8.1945. German Indologist. Professor in Greifswald. Son of Ludwig H., a minister, historian Johannes H. ...

  • HENDERSON, Vincent Carlile

    HENDERSON, Vincent Carlile. 187? — Shanghai 9.1.1910. British (Irish) in China. For a while in London and Vancouver. Joined the Imperial ...

  • HENDLEY, Thomas Holbein

    HENDLEY, Thomas Holbein. 21.4.1847 — London 2.2.1917. British Physician in India. Colonel. Educated privately and at St.Bartholomew’s Hospital. Joined Indian Medical ...

  • HENDRIKSEN, Hans Frederik

    HENDRIKSEN, Hans Frederik. Jutland 6.6.1913 — 1989. Danish Indologist. Professor in Copenhagen. Son of an official, matriculated from Østre Borgerdydskole in ...

  • HENNING, Walter Bruno

    HENNING, Walter Bruno. Ragnit/Ostpreussen (now Neman in Russia) 26.8.1908 — Berkeley, Calif. 8.1.1967. German Iranian Scholar in the U.K. and U.S.A. ...

  • HENRIQUEZ, Henrique

    HENRIQUEZ, Henrique (Anrique Anriquez, Aṇṭiṟīkku Aṭikaḷār). Vila Viçosa, Evora 1520 — Punnaikkayal 6.2.1600. S.J. Portuguese (of Jewish origin) Priest and Missionary, ...

  • HENRY, Victor

    HENRY, Victor. Colmar, Alsace 17.8.1850 — Paris 6.2.1907. French Indologist. Professor in Paris. Son of a teacher, studied law at Strasbourg ...

  • HENSELER, Éric de

    HENSELER, Éric de. 19?? — 19??. Swiss Student of Indian Religion. Of a Swiss family originating from Aarau, but living in Fribourg. Ph.D. 1928 Fribourg. Still ...

  • HENZI, Samuel Gottlieb Rudolf

    HENZI, Samuel Gottlieb Rudolf. Bern 7.9.1794 — Dorpat? 1.2.1829. Swiss Oriental Scholar and Theologian in Estonia. Professir in Tartu. Apparently passed cand.theol. in Switzerland (but not ...

  • HERAS, Henry

    HERAS, Henry (Enrique/Enric Heras de Sicars). Barcelona 11.9.1888 — Bombay 14.12.1955. S. J. Spanish Historian in India. Professor in Bombay. Son ...

  • HERBERICH, Gustav

    HERBERICH, Gustav. 18?? — 1???. German Student of Indology. A student of Jolly at Würzburg, Ph.D. there 1893. He was then Realschulassistent in ...

  • HERBERT, Jean Daniel Fernand

    HERBERT, Jean Daniel Fernand. Paris 27.6.1897 — Geneva 21.8.1980. French Scholar of Religion. Between world wars worked in various international organizations, in ...

  • HERBERT, Thomas

    HERBERT, Thomas. York 1606 — York 1.3.1682. Sir, First Baronet. British Traveller in Persia and India. Son of Christopher H., a merchant, and ...

  • HERBIG, Gustav

    HERBIG, Gustav. Kaiserslauben 3.6.1868 — Munich 1.10.1925. German IE Linguist and Etruscologist. Professor in Rostock and Munich. Son of Johann Heinrich H., a ...

  • HERDER, Johann Gottfried

    HERDER, Johann Gottfried. Mohrungen, Ostpreussen 25.8.1744 — Weimar 18.12.1803. German Author, Philosopher and Scholar. Son of a precentor and teacher, studied theology at ...

  • HERKLOTS, Gerhard Andreas

    HERKLOTS, Gerhard Andreas. Chinsura 1790 — Waladabad 1834. Dutch Physician in British Service in India. Born in the Dutch colony of ...

  • HERMANN, Eduard

    HERMANN, Eduard. Coburg 19.12.1869 — Göttingen 14.2.1950. German IE scholar. Professor in Göttingen. Son of Ernst H., a Rentkommissar, studied classical philology and ...

  • HERMANNS, Matthias

    HERMANNS, Matthias. 1899 — 1972. Father, SVD. German Missionary, Ethnologist and Tibetan Scholar. A Roman Catholic priest. Ph.D. 1948 Fribourg. Worked as missionary ...

  • HÉROLD, André-Jules-Ferdinand

    HÉROLD, André-Jules-Ferdinand. Paris 24.2.1865 — Lapras (St.Basile, Ardèche) 23.10.1949. French Poet interested in ...

  • HEROLD, Erich

    HEROLD, Erich. Prague 3.1.1928 — Prague 7.12.1988. Czechoslovakian Ethnologist and Indologist. Museum Director in Prague. Studies of Indology ...

  • HERRMANN, Albert Ludwig

    HERRMANN, Albert Ludwig. Hannover 20.1.1886 — Pilsen (Plzen) 19.4.1945. German Scholar of Historical Geography. In Berlin. Son of school director Konrad H. and ...

  • HERTEL, Johannes

    HERTEL, Johannes. Zwickau 13.3.1872 — Leipzig 27.10.1955. German Indologist. Professor in Leipzig. From 1891 Studies at Leipzig, of classics, German, English, ...

  • HERTZ, Henry Felix

    HERTZ, Henry Felix. 14.5.1863 — Burma 6.11.1932. British Civil Servant in Burma. Son of A. W. T. Hertz, grandson of Bishop Hertz of ...

  • HERVÉ, Camille

    HERVÉ, Camille. 18?? — Paris 30.8.1878. Frenchman. As “indianiste à Paris” participated in the first Conference of Orientalists in 1873. From 1867 member of Société de linguistique.

    Sources: death noted in BSL ...

  • HERZFELD, Ernst Emil

    HERZFELD, Ernst Emil. Celle 23.7.1879 — Basel 21.1.1948. German Archaeologist, later in the U.S.A. Professor in Berlin and Princeton. Son of ...

  • HESSLER, Franz

    HESSLER, Franz. Krombach/Bayern 15.10.1799 — 17.6.1890. German Physician and Indologist. Physician in Bavaria. Son of a farmer, educated in Würzburg. In ...

  • HETAGUROV, Lev Aleksandrovič

    HETAGUROV, Lev Aleksandrovič. Cmi Terskoj obl., Sev.-Oset. A.S.S.R. 2.(15.)12. 1901 — 12.3.1942. Russian Iranian Scholar. Son of a physician. Graduated 1930 from Faculty ...

  • HEUMAN, Ernst Otto August

    HEUMAN, Ernst Otto August. Halmstad 9.7.1858 — Trichinopoly (Tiruchirappalli) 25.8.1926. Swedish Missionary and Scholar of Religion and Languages in India. Son of alderman ...

  • HEVESY, Vilmos

    HEVESY, Vilmos (Wilhelm von Hevesy, orig. V. Bischitz). 1877 — 1945. Hungarian Engineer interested in Linguistics. Son of Ludwig (Lajos) David Bischitz (1851-1920), ...

  • HEWITT, James Francis

    HEWITT, James Francis. 183? — 14.3.1908. British Civil Servant in India, a Scholar ...

  • HEYDE, August Wilhelm

    HEYDE, August Wilhelm. 1825 — Herrnhut 27.8.1907. German Missionary. Spent 50 years in Ladakh as Moravian Missionary, in 1853-1903, ...

  • HEYMANN, Wilhelm

    HEYMANN, Wilhelm. Bremen 12.7.1847 — 19??. German Indologist and Linguist (English). Teacher in Bremen. Ph.D. 1873 Göttingen. According to D.L.K. he was Gymnasium teacher in Bremen in 1890 and 1900, in 1906 he is mentioned ...

  • HIERSCHE, Rolf

    HIERSCHE, Rolf. Sömmerda 28.7.1924 — Giessen 24.7.1996. German Indologist and IE Linguist. Professor in Giessen. Studies of classical philology, Indology and IE linguistics at ...

  • HIGGINS, Ellen C.

    HIGGINS, Ellen C. 18?? — 19??. Miss. Britishwoman interested in Pāli or Buddhism. In 1913-18 wrote letters to Rhys Davids couple, apparently their ...

  • HILFERDING, A. F.

    HILFERDING, A. F. —> GIL’FERDING, A. F.

  • HILGENBERG, Luise

    HILGENBERG, Luise. Essen 2.1.1886 — 1942?. German Physician and Indologist. Dr.med. 1922 Bonn, Dr. phil. 1933 Bonn (under Kirfel). Practising physician ...

  • HILL, Samuel Charles

    HILL, Samuel Charles. Berhampore 16.7.1857 — 6.5.1926. British Historian of India. Son of Rev. Samuel John Hill, L.M.S. missionary in India (also his ...

  • HILL, William Douglas Penneck

    HILL, William Douglas Penneck. 1??? — 19??.

    Publications: transl. from Sanskrit: The Bhagavadgītā. 12+303 p. L 1953 (1st ed. L. 1928).

    – transl. The Holy Lake of the Acts of Rama. New ed. Bombay, O.U.P. 1971 (1st ...

  • HILLEBRANDT, Alfred

    HILLEBRANDT, Alfred. Großnädlitz bei Breslau (now Nadolice Wielkie) 15.3.1853 — Deutsch-Lissa bei Breslau (now Wrocław-Leśnica) 18.10.1927. German Indologist. Professor at Breslau. ...

  • HILMARSSON, Jörundur Garðar

    HILMARSSON, Jörundur Garðar. Reykjavík 15.3.1946 — Reykjavík 13.8. 1992. Icelandic IE Linguist and Tocharian Scholar. Studies of Linguistics from 1966, M.A. ...

  • HILPERT, Nelly

    HILPERT, Nelly. Mrs. 18?? — 19??. German, in 1924/26 lists living in Breslau, in 1929 left the society.

    Publications: “Die Parivrājikā in Kālidāsa’s Mālavikāgnimitra”, ZII 3, 1925, 140-145.

    Sources: Not in the N.D.B.; D.M.G. member lists in ...

  • HINCKS, Edward

    HINCKS, Edward. Cork 19.8.1792 — Killyleagh, County Down 3.12.1866. Irish Priest and Orientalist. Son of the Presbyterian divine Thomas Dix H. (1767–1857), whose ...

  • HINLOOPEN LABBERTON, Dirk van

    HINLOOPEN LABBERTON, Dirk van. Duesburg 24.9.1874 — Ojai, Calif. 3.9.1961. Dutch Theosophist interested in Sanskrit, lived a long time in Indonesia. Son of ...

  • HINZ, Walther

    HINZ, Walther. Stuttgart 19.11.1906 — Göttingen 12.4.1992. German Oriental and Iranian Scholar. Professor in Göttingen. Son of a merchant, lost early ...

  • HIRSZBANT (Hirschband), B. Abraham

    HIRSZBANT (Hirschband), B. Abraham. 18?? — 19??. Hungarian (?) Student of Indology. Ph.D. 1887 Wien.

    Publications:

  • HIRT, Herman(n) Alfred

    HIRT, Herman(n) Alfred. Magdeburg 19.12.1865 — Giessen 12.9.1936. German IE scholar. Professor in Giessen. Son of a master carpenter, educated in Magdeburg. Studies ...

  • HIRTH, Friedrich

    HIRTH, Friedrich. Gräfentonna (Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha) 16.4.1845 — Munich 9.1.1927. German Sinologist in the U.S.A. Spent 25 years in China, then Professor in New York. ...

  • HIRZEL, Bernhard

    HIRZEL, Bernhard. Enge near Zürich 12.8.1807 — Paris 6.6.1847. Swiss Indologist, Priest and Politician. Priest and Docent in Zürich. Grandfather of ...

  • HISLOP, Stephen

    HISLOP, Stephen. Duns, Berwickshire 8.9.1817 — Bori River, Takalghat 4.9.1863. British (Scots) Missionary in India. “Son of Stephen Hislop, a mason, ...

  • HITZ, Luise

    HITZ, Luise. Munich 13.1.1835 — Munich 1.5.1906. German Schoolteacher and Poet interested in Sanskrit Literature. Daughter of a painter, family originally from Switzerland. ...

  • HJELMSLEV, Louis

    HJELMSLEV, Louis. Copenhagen 3.10.1899 — Copenhagen 30.5.1965. Danish Linguist (Germanist and General Linguist). Studies at Copenhagen, Prague and Paris. PD of Sammenlignende Sprogvidenskab ...

  • HJELT, Frans Wilhelm Gustaf

    HJELT, Frans Wilhelm Gustaf. Turku 22.5.1819 — Turku 26.9.1889. Finnish Priest and Classical Scholar. Son of the printing manager and publisher Christian Ludvig ...

  • HOCART, Arthur Maurice

    HOCART, Arthur Maurice. Etterbeek, Belgium 26.4.1883 — Cairo 9.3.1939 (when 55). British scholar of Sri Lankan Archaeology and Ethnology. Son of ...

  • HODGES, William

    HODGES, William. London 26.10.1744 — 6.3.1797. British Artist in India. “Son of a smith, learnt to draw, exhibited at the Society of Artists, ...

  • HODGSON, Brian Houghton

    HODGSON, Brian Houghton. Lower Beech near Macclesfield 1.2.1800 (or 1801?) — London 23.5.1894. British Civil Servant, Diplomat and Indologist in India ...

  • HODSON, Thomas

    HODSON, Thomas. North Scarle, Lincolnshire 9.2.1804 — 9.9.1882. British Wesleyan Missionary in India and a noted Kannaḍa Scholar. Came to India in 1829 ...

  • HODSON, Thomas Callan

    HODSON, Thomas Callan. 12.12.1871 — 25.1.1953. British Anthropologist. Professor in Cambridge. Son of Arthur H., of Royal Navy, educated at Christ’s Hospital. In ...

  • HOEFER, Karl Gustav Albert

    HOEFER, Karl Gustav Albert. Greifswald 2.10.1812 — Greifswald 9.1.1883. German Indologist. Professor in ...

  • HOEGELSBERGER, Karl

    HOEGELSBERGER, Karl. 18?? — 19??. Austrian Student of Iranian (?). Ph.D. 1908 Vienna.

    Publications: diss. Sprachvergleichende Studien aus dem Persischen. Wien 1908.

    Sources: Nothing found.

  • HOERNLE, Augustus Frederick Rudolf

    HOERNLE, Augustus Frederick Rudolf. Sikandra ...

  • HOEY, William

    HOEY, William. 1849 — 1919. British Civil Servant in India. Magistrate in Lucknow.

    Publications: A Monograph on Trade and Manufactures in Northern India. 1880.

    – translated Oldenberg’s Buddha: His Life, His Doctrine, His Order. 477 p. L. ...

  • HOFFMANN-KUTSCHKE, Arthur

    HOFFMANN-KUTSCHKE, Arthur (also Artur). Hansdorf, Kreis Sagan 24.6.1882 — after 1947. German Iranian Scholar. Son of railway officer. Studies of classics, history and ...

  • HOFFMANN, Andreas Gottlieb

    HOFFMANN, Andreas Gottlieb. Welpsleben/Grafschaft Mansfeld 13.4.1796 — Jena 16.3.1864. German Orientalist and Theologian (a specialist of Syriac) interested in Sanskrit. Professor in Jena. Son ...

  • HOFFMANN, Ernst Lothar

    HOFFMANN, Ernst Lothar (Lama Anagarika Govinda). Waldheim, Sachsen 14.1.1898 — Mill Valley, California 14.1.1985. German Bauddha. Son of a German father, the owner ...

  • HOFFMANN, Helmut

    HOFFMANN, Helmut. Flensburg 24.8.1912 — 8.10.1992. German Indologist and Tibetologist in the U.S.A. Professor in Munich and Bloomington. Studies of Indology, Iranian and Central ...

  • HOFFMANN, Johann Christian

    HOFFMANN, Johann Christian. Bischhausen bei Eschwege, Hessen 1651 — Heckershausen bei Kassel 1682. German Traveller in India. In his voyage visited Cape Colony, ...

  • HOFFMANN, John

    HOFFMANN, John (Johann Baptist). Wallendorf 21.6.1857 — 19.11.1928. S.J. German Missionary in Chota Nagpur, India. Born in Germany, educated in Echternach and Luxembourg. ...

  • HOFFMANN, Karl

    HOFFMANN, Karl. Hof am Regen, Bavaria 26.2.1915 — Erlangen 21.5.1996. German Indologist and IE Linguist. Professor in Erlangen. Son of a ...

  • HOFFMANN, Otto

    HOFFMANN, Otto. Hannover 9.2.1865 — Münster 6.6.1940. German IE and Greek Linguist. Professor in Münster. Son of Otto Heinrich Karl H., a Prussian ...

  • HOFINGER, Marcel François Joseph Julien

    HOFINGER, Marcel François Joseph Julien. Liège-Angleur 29.12.1913 — 19??. Abbé. Belgian Indologist, Buddhist and Classical Scholar. Professor in Louvain-la-Neuve. In 1931-37 ...

  • HOFMANN, Erich

    HOFMANN, Erich. Mühlhausen, Thüringen 4.3.1895 — Kiel 7.11.1982. German IE Linguist. Professor in Kiel. PD 1926 Göttingen, PD there 1926. In 1933 joined ...

  • HOGARTH, Edward Lucas

    HOGARTH, Edward Lucas. 1841 — 19??. British Teacher and Scholar in India. Studied from 1859 at Brasenose College (B.A. 1862, M.A. 1868). Assisted ...

  • HOHENBERGER, Adam

    HOHENBERGER, Adam. Grubenberg/Oberfranken 4.7.1888 — 1966. German Indologist. Priest in Bavaria. Educated in Leipzig, in 1913-18 studies at Leipzig, of Protestant ...

  • HOISINGTON, Henry Richard

    HOISINGTON, Henry Richard. Vergennes, Vermont 23.8.1801 — Centerbrook CT 6.5.1858. U.S. Missionary and Tamil Scholar in South Asia. Studies at Williams College and ...

  • HOLBROOKE, George Otis

    HOLBROOKE, George Otis. 20.8.1850 — 19??. U.S. Methodist Missionary in South India. Educated in Boston. Worked in machinery, but after an accident taking ...

  • HOLDICH, Thomas Hungerford

    HOLDICH, Thomas Hungerford. Dingley, Northamptonshire 13.2.1843 — Merrow, Surrey 1929. Sir. British Colonial Officer and Geographer in India. Son of Rev. Thomas Peach ...

  • HOLMBOE, Christopher Andreas

    HOLMBOE, Christopher Andreas. Vang/Valdres 19.3.1796 — Christiania 2.4.1882. Norwegian Orientalist and Numismatician. Professor in Christiania (Oslo). Son of a minister, matriculated from Cathedral ...

  • HOLTZMANN, Adolf (junior)

    HOLTZMANN, Adolf (d. j.). Karlsruhe 20.12.1838 — Freiburg i. B. 17.2.1914. German Indologist. Professor in Freiburg i. Br. Nephew of —> ...

  • HOLTZMANN, Adolf H. (senior)

    HOLTZMANN, Adolf H. (der ältere). Karlsruhe 2.5.1810 — Heidelberg 3.7.1870. German Indologist and Germanist. Professor in Heidelberg. Uncle of —> A. H. ...

  • HOLWELL, John Zephaniah

    HOLWELL, John Zephaniah. Dublin 17.9.1711 — Pinner 5.11.1798. British Physician in India. Son of Zephaniah H., a timber merchant, educated at Richmond and ...

  • HOME, Robert

    HOME, Robert. Hull 1752 — Calcutta (or Kanpur?) 1834. British Painter in India. “Son of Robert Boyne Home, from 1770 exhibited portraits at ...

  • HOMJAKOV, Aleksej Stepanovič

    HOMJAKOV, Aleksej Stepanovič. Moscow 13./1.5.1804 — Moscow (or Rjazan?) 5.10./23.9.1860. Russian Slavophil author interested in Sanskrit. Studied mathematics at Moscow, then concentrated on ...

  • HONIGBERGER, Johann Martin

    HONIGBERGER, Johann Martin. Kronstadt (now Braşov) 10.3.1795 — Kronstadt (Braşov) 18.12.1869. Transylvanian Traveller and Self-Made Physician in India. Born ...

  • HOOGT, Jacobus Marinus van der

    HOOGT, Jacobus Marinus van der. Amsterdam 1874? — . Dutch. Ph.D. c. 1929 Amsterdam (under Faddegon).

    Publications: diss. The Vedic Chant Studied in its Textual and Melodic form. 15+ 123 p. Wageningen 1929.

    Sources: Nothing beyond the ...

  • HOOKER, Joseph Dalton

    HOOKER, Joseph Dalton. Halesworth, Suffolk 30.6.1817 — Sunningdale, Berkshire 10.12.1911. Sir. British Physician and Botanist in India. Son of Sir William Jackson H., ...

  • HOOLE, Elijah

    HOOLE, Elijah. Manchester 1798 — 17.6.1872. British Missionary in India. Son of Holland Hoole, a shoemaker, educated at Manchester. In 1820 he went ...

  • HOOYKAAS, Christiaan

    HOOYKAAS, Christiaan. Amersfoort 26.12.1902 — ’s-Gravenhage 13.8.1979. Dutch Sanskrit and Indonesian Scholar. Son of a vicar, Isaäc H. and Eva Maria ...

  • HOPKINS, Edward Washburn

    HOPKINS, Edward Washburn. Northampton MA 8.9.1857 — Madison, CT 16.7.1932. U.S. Indologist. Professor in New Haven. Born in an old New ...

  • HOPPE, Max (Anagārika Dharmapāla)

    HOPPE, Max (Anagārika Dharmapāla). 24.4.1907 — 1992. German Bauddha. Son of a post master. Interrupted studies of theology, wished by his parents, tried his luck in ...

  • HORN, Paul

    HORN, Paul. Halle 14.1.1863 — Strassburg 11.11.1908. German Iranian Scholar. Professor in Strassburg. Son of a railway officer, educated in Halle. ...

  • HORNE, Charles

    HORNE, Charles. Nainital 6.6.1823 — Croydon, Kent 28.5.1872. British Civil Servant in India. Son of James H. and Mary Ann Driver. In Bengal ...

  • HORNER, Isaline Blew

    HORNER, Isaline Blew. Walthamstow, Essex 30.3.1896 — London 25.4.1981. British Bauddha and Buddhologist. ...

  • HOROVITZ, Josef

    HOROVITZ, Josef. Lauenburg/Pommern 26.7.1874 — Frankfurt 5.2.1931. German Orientalist (Arabic Scholar). Born in a Jewish family, son of the orthodox Rabbi and historian ...

  • HORRWITZ, Ernest Philip

    HORRWITZ, Ernest Philip. 1866 (or 1886?) — 19??. U.S. (or British) Indologist. According to his own statement, e was Sanskrit Instructor at the ...

  • HORSCH, Paul

    HORSCH, Paul. Oberegg/Appenzell 9.9.1925 — Mahabalipuram/India 27.12.1971. Swiss Indologist. Professor in Zürich. Son of Otto H., a chemist, educated 1932-42 at ...

  • HORST, Christopher Henry

    HORST, Christopher Henry (Christoph Heinrich). Willenburg near Schwerin 24.5.1761 — Tanjavur 10.7.1810. German Lutheran Missionary in India. Son of Anton Wilhelm H., lost ...

  • HORTON-SMITH, Lionel

    HORTON-SMITH, Lionel. 18?? — 1???. U.S. Linguist.

    Publications: articles on IE in ...

  • HOSTEN, Henri

    HOSTEN, Henri. Ramscapelle, West Flanders 26.3.1873 — Brussels 16.4.1935. S.J. Father. Belgian Missionary Scholar in India. Joined the Jesuit Order in 1891 and, suspected of ...

  • HOUGHTON, Herbert Pierrepont

    HOUGHTON, Herbert Pierrepont. Brooklyn NY 22.1.1880 — 1964. U.S. Classical Scholar interested in Sanskrit and Linguistics. Son of Joseph Goodhue H. and Sarah Pierrepont. B.A. 1901 ...

  • HOUSEHOLDER, Fred Walter (Jr.)

    HOUSEHOLDER, Fred Walter (Jr.). Wichita Falls Texas 1.2.1918 — Bloomington 4.1.1994. U.S. Linguist. Professor in Bloomington. Son of Fred W. H. Sr. ...

  • HOUTMAN, Cornelis de

    HOUTMAN, Cornelis de. Gouda 2.4.1565 — before Acheh 1.9.1599. Dutch Traveller in India. Son of a brewer and elder brother of —> Fr. ...

  • HOUTMAN, Frederick de

    HOUTMAN, Frederick de. Gouda 1571 — Alkmaar 21.10.1627. Dutch Traveller. Brother of —> C. de H. and his companion in Lisbon and in ...

  • HOVELACQUE, Alexandre Abel

    HOVELACQUE, Alexandre Abel. Paris 14.11.1843 — Paris 22.2.1896. French Iranian Scholar, Linguist and ...

  • HROMOV, Al’bert Leonidovič

    HROMOV, Al’bert Leonidovič. Novgorod 28.8.1930 — 20.4.1992. Russian Iranian Scholar. Son of a military official. Graduated from Moscow University in 1954. Kand. filol. ...

  • HROZNÝ, Bedřich

    HROZNÝ, Bedřich (Friedrich Hr.). Lissa (now Lysá) 6.5.1879 — Prague 12.12.1952. Czech Orientalist (Assyriologist and Hittite Scholar), attempted at Decipherment of Indus Script. ...

  • HÛ, Fernand

    HÛ, Fernand. 18?? — 19??. French Indologist (in preface he calls French “notre langue” and France “notre pays”). Apparently a student ...

  • HUART, Clément

    HUART, Clément —> IMBAULT-HUART, Clément.

  • HUBER, Edouard

    HUBER, Edouard. Großwangen 12.8.1879 — Vinh Long, Vietnam 6.1.1914 (when 35). Swiss Sinologist and South-east Asian Scholar, also interested in Buddhism. ...

  • HUBERT, Henri

    HUBERT, Henri. Paris 23.6.1872 — Chatou, Yvelines 25.5.1927. French Anthropologist. Educated from 1892 at École normale supérieure, then studied religion and Semitic languages. ...

  • HÜBSCHMANN, Johann Heinrich

    HÜBSCHMANN, Johann Heinrich. Erfurt 1.7.1848 — Strassburg 20.1.1908. German Indo-Iranist. Professor in Strassburg. ...

  • HUC, Evariste-Régis

    HUC, Evariste-Régis. Caylus, Tarn-et-Garonne 1.8.1813 — Paris 31.3.1860. French Lazarist Missionary in China. When 24 joined the Vincentian order (C.M.) in Paris, 1838 ...

  • HÜGEL, Carl Alexander Anselm, Freiherr von

    HÜGEL, Carl Alexander Anselm, Freiherr von. Regensburg 25.4.1796 — Brussels 2.6.1870. Austrian Diplomat, Traveller and Naturalist. In 1811 joined ...

  • HUIZINGA, Johan

    HUIZINGA, Johan. Groningen 7.12.1872 — De Steeg, Gelderland 1.2.1945. Dutch Student of Indology, then Famous Historian. Professor in Leiden. Son of Dirk H., a Professor ...

  • HUJER, Oldřich

    HUJER, Oldřich. Paceřice 25.11.1880 — Prague 4.6.4.6.1942. Czechoslovakian IE and Slavic Linguist. Professor in Prague. Ph.D. 1910. Student of Zubatý, 1911 PD, 1919 ...

  • HULBERT, Katherine W

    HULBERT, Katherine W. 19.11.1911 — ?.!!.1989. U.S Anthropologist of South India. B.A., M.A. Ph.D. 1969 University of Colorado in Boulder. Teacher, retired. From 1966 fieldwork in ...

  • HULTZSCH, Eugen Julius Theodor

    HULTZSCH, Eugen Julius Theodor. Dresden 29.3.1857 — Halle 16.1.1927. German Indologist and Epigraphist. 20 years in India, then Professor in Halle. ...

  • HUMBOLDT, Alexander von

    HUMBOLDT, Alexander von. 14.9.1769 — 6.5.1859. German Geographer and Explorer. Younger brother of —> W. von H. Started his career as a law ...

  • HUMBOLDT, Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Carl Ferdinand, Freiherr von

    HUMBOLDT, Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Carl Ferdinand, Freiherr von. Potsdam 22.6.1767 — Tegel bei Berlin 8.4.1835. German Diplomat and Linguist interested in Sanskrit. Son of the Prussian Kammerherr and Major Alexander Georg von H. (1720-79, his ...

  • HUME, Robert Ernest

    HUME, Robert Ernest. Ahmednagar, India 20.3.1877 — New York 4.1.1948. U.S. Missionary and Scholar of Religion. Professor in New York. Born ...

  • HUMMEL, Karl

    HUMMEL, Karl. Weiler 25.4.1902 — Weiler 26.12.1987. German Pharmacist, Botanist and Student of Indology. Son of Max H., a pharmacist, and Philomena Wachter. ...

  • HUMPHREYS, Christmas

    HUMPHREYS, Christmas. London 15.2.1901 — 13.4.1983. British Lawyer and Bauddha. Son of a lawyer, Travers H. Studied at Cambridge, then himself in the Bar, and became ...

  • HUNFALVY, Pál

    HUNFALVY, Pál (born Paul Hundsdorfer). Nagyszalók (now Velký Slavkov in Slovakia) 12.3.1810 — Budapest 30.11.1891. Hungarian Linguist. Librarian in ...

  • HUNGERLEIDER, Fritz

    HUNGERLEIDER, Fritz. Vienna 1920 — Vienna 1997. Austrian Bauddha. In 1938 went to exile and came to Ceylon, then spent nine years 1938-47 in Shanghai. In ...

  • HUNT, Mabel

    HUNT, Mabel. 18?? — 19??. Miss. British Indologist (Pāli Scholar). Apparently among the students of Rhys Davids. At the time of ...

  • HUNTER, Robert

    HUNTER, Robert. Newburgh, Fife 3.9.1823 — Loughton, Essex 25.2.1897. British (Scots) Missionary in India. Son of John Mackenzie H. and Agnes Strickland, educated at ...

  • HUNTER, William

    HUNTER, William. 1755 — Java ?.12.1812. British Physician in India. Educated at Marischal College and Aberdeen University. Joined the E.I.C.’S medical service in ...

  • HUNTER, William Wilson

    HUNTER, William Wilson. Glasgow 15.7.1840 — Oaken Holt 7.2.1900. Sir. British (Scots) Civil Servant, Ethnologist and Linguist in India. Son of Andrew Galloway ...

  • HURVITZ, Leon

    HURVITZ, Leon. 4.8.1923 — 28.9.1992. U.S. Sinologist and Buddhist Scholar. After the WW II interpreter in Japan. Professor at University of Washington in ...

  • HUS Rasinjanin, Juraj

    HUS Rasinjanin, Juraj. Rasinja 14??/1510? — Požun 1566 (or later?). Croatian Traveller. He was forcibly enlistened by Turks in ...

  • HÜSING, Georg

    HÜSING, Georg. Liegnitz (Legnica) 4.6.1869 — Vienna 1.9.1930. German Scholar of Near Eastern and Iranian history. Studies in Breslau, Berlin and Königsberg. Ph.D. ...

  • HUTCHISON, John

    HUTCHISON, John. 1848 — 1936 (when 88). British (Scots) Missionary in India. Studied medicine in Edinburgh. Medical missionary of the Church of Scotland in the Punjab. Married, two daughters.

    Publications: with J.-Ph. ...

  • HUTH, Georg

    HUTH, Georg. Krotoschin/Posen (now Krotoszyn) 25.2.1867 — Berlin 1.6.1906. German Indologist and Tibetologist. Born in a Jewish family in the then ...

  • HUTH, Otto

    HUTH, Otto. 1906 — 1998. German Theologian, Ethnologist and Archeologist. Professor in Tübingen. Son of a neuropathologist in Bonn. Ph.D. 1932 Bonn. Joined the NSDAP in ...

  • HÜTTEMANN, Wilhelm Ferdinand

    HÜTTEMANN, Wilhelm Ferdinand. Brannsberg/Ostpreussen 27.3.1871 — 19??. German Student of Indology. Son of a school-teacher (Oberlehrer), educated at Lyceums of Metz and Strassburg ...

  • HUTTEN, Kurt

    HUTTEN, Kurt. Langenburg 6.3.1901 — Ludwigsburg 17.8.1979. German Theologian (ev.). Studies at seminaries of Maulbronn and Blaubeuren and at Tübingen. Ph.D. 1930 Tübingen, under Hauer. From ...

  • HUTTON, John Henry

    HUTTON, John Henry. West Heslerton, Malton, Yorkshire 27.6.1885 — New Radnor, Radnorshire 23.5.1968. British Civil Servant and Anthropologist in India. Son of a ...

  • HYACINTH, Father

    HYACINTH, Father —> BIČURIN, Iakinf.

  • HYDE, Thomas

    HYDE, Thomas. Billingsley near Bridgnorth, Shropshire 29.6.1636 — Oxford 18.2.1703. English Orientalist (Arabic and Persian Scholar), a Pioneer of Zoroastrian Studies. Professor in Oxford. Son ...

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