MONTOLIÚ Y TOGORES, Francisco de

MONTOLIÚ Y TOGORES, Francisco de. Tarragona 9.2.1861 — 10.5.1892. Spanish Professor at the School of Agricultural Engineering in Madrid, but also a Theosophist, the founder of the Spanish Theosophical Society (1889/91). Born in an aristocratic family of Barcelona.

Publications: Under nom-de-plume Nemo published a translation of the Khandogya Upanishad. 1891; Theosophical translations.

Sources: Alvarez 52f. (Alvarez-Pedrosa Núñez, J. A. “La lingüística indoeuropea en España hasta 1930” in www.sel.edu.es/pdf/ene-jun-94/24-1-Alvarez.pdf); http://rondabarcelona.com/evento/francisco-de-montoliu-y-togores-fundador-de-la-sociedad-teosofica-en-espana/.

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