• AA, Jean Baptiste van der

    AA, Jean Baptiste van der. 1843 — 19??. S.J. Flemish Jesuit Father, Missionary in Sri Lanka. In 1895 he went to Sri Lanka and worked as teacher at the Papal Seminarium in Kandy.

  • AALTO, Pentti

    AALTO, Pentti. Pori 22.7.1917 — Helsinki 30.11.1998. Finnish Classical Scholar, Linguist, Altaist and Indologist. Son of ...

  • AARNE, Antti Amatus

    AARNE, Antti Amathus (born Limnell). Pori 5.12.1867 — Helsinki 5.2.1925. Finnish Folklorist. Son of ...

  • ABAEV, Vasilij (Vaso) Ivanovič
    ABAEV, Vasilij (Vaso) Ivanovič (Oss. Abajty). Kobi, rajon Kazbeg, Georgia 15(28).12.1900 — Moscow 18.3.2001. Russian Iranian and Caucasian Scholar, himself of Ossetian Origin. Born in a village, in 1910-18 school in Tbilisi, ...
  • ABBOTT, James

    ABBOTT, James. Calcutta 12.3.1807 — Ellerslie, Ryde, Isle of Wight 6.10.1896. British Colonial Officer, Poet and Indologist. General. In India 1823-67. Son of merchant Henry Alexius A. and Margaret Welsh, brother of ...

  • ABBOTT, Justin Edwards

    ABBOTT, Justin Edwards. Portsmouth NH 25.12.1853 — Summit NJ 19.6. or 16.9.1932. Rev. U.S. Missionary and Indologist (Marathi Scholar). B.A. Son of missionary parents, Rev. Amos A. and Anstice Wilson, ...

  • ABEGG, Emil

    ABEGG, Emil. Küsnacht near Zürich 11.1.1885 — Zürich 12.2.1962. Swiss Indo­logist. Professor in Zürich. Son of merchant Emil A. and Fanny ...

  • ABEL-RÉMUSAT, Jean-Pierre

    ABEL-RÉMUSAT, Jean-Pierre. Paris 5.9.1788 — Paris 4.6.1832 (or 2.6.). French Sino­logist and Buddhist Scholar. Son of a physician. As ...

  • ABEL, Iwarus (Ivar)

    ABEL, Iwarus (Ivar). Ejstrup Mølle, Asferg Sogn near Randers 1720 — Fredensborg 1788. Danish Linguist. Son of Jens ...

  • ABERCROMBY (-bie), Robert

    ABERCROMBY (-bie), Robert. 21.10.1740 — Airthrey 3.11.1827. British (Scottish) General. Son of George A. and Mary Dundas. Served as ...

  • ABERIGH-MACKAY, George Robert

    ABERIGH-MACKAY, George Robert. 25.7.1848 — Indore 12.1.1881. British Teacher in India. Son of Rev. Dr. James A.-M. and Lucia Livingston Reed, educated privately in Scotland. Studies at Oxford (Magdalen College School) ...

  • ABRAMJAN (Abramian), Ruben Tadesovič

    ABRAMJAN (Abramian), Ruben Tadesovič. Gnišik, Turkish Armenia 9.(21.)2.1881 — 26.10.1951. Armenian Iranian and Armenian Scholar. Son of a civil servant. In 1911 graduated ...

  • ABRAMJAN, Rafik (Ajrik) Ašotovič

    ABRAMJAN, Rafik (Ajrik) Ašotovič. Kušči 12.11.1929 — 1998. Armenian Historian. Son of Ašot A., an Armenian scholar. Graduated 1952 at Erevan, taught there from 1958. Kand. ist. nauk 1963, dr. ist. ...

  • ABS, Josef Maria

    ABS, Josef Maria. Öspel/Saarland 20.1.1889 — 19??. German Catholic Priest, Indologist and Scholar of Religion. Son ...

  • ACOSTA, Cristóvão da (Cristóbal d’Acosta), Africanus

    ACOSTA, Cristóvão da (Cristóbal d’Acosta, Christophorus Acosta Africanus. 1515/1525/1538? — Burgos 1592 or Huelva 1594?. Portuguese Physician, stayed ...

  • ACQUAVIVA, Rodolfo

    ACQUAVIVA, Rodolfo. Atri, Abruzzi 2.10.1550 — Cocalin (Cuncolim), Goa 15.7.1583. S.J. Italian Missionary in India. Of high birth: ...

  • ADAM, Leonhard

    ADAM, Leonhard. Berlin 16.12.1891 — Bonn 9.9.1960. German Ethnologist in Australia (naturalized 1956). Son of Meinhardt Michael Adam and Katharina Clare Rosa Schmidt. Gymnasium in Berlin. Studied law, economics, ethnology and ...

  • ADAM, Matthew Thomson

    ADAM, Matthew Thomson. 17?? — 18??. Rev. British Priest in India and Author of Books on Hindi/Urdu. Ordained ...

  • ADELUNG, Friedrich Georg von

    ADELUNG, Friedrich Georg von. Stettin 25.2.1768 — St.Petersburg (or Berlin?) 30.1.1843. German (in Russia) Historian and ...

  • ADICEAM, Marguerite E

    ADICEAM, Marguerite E. (née Prost). Bourg 22.7.1911 — Pondicherry 21.10.1989. Mme. French Indologist. Studied classics at ...

  • ADRICHEM, Dirk van

    ADRICHEM, Dirk van. 16?? — 1665?. Dutch Colonial Agent in India. He was the chief of the Dutch factory in Surat 1662-65, and ...

  • ADWAITA, nom-de-plume of

    ADWAITA, nom-de-plume of —> MOUW, J. colA. der.

  • AGANINA, Ljudmila Aleksandrovna

    AGANINA, Ljudmila Aleksandrovna. Moscow 23.1.1926 — Moscow 25.12.2000. Russian Linguist (Uigur and Nepali). Daughter of an official. Studies in Moscow, graduated 1950. Kand. filol. n. 1954, in 1954-58 in the redaction ...

  • AGERSCHOU, Agnes Margrethe

    AGERSCHOU, Agnes Margrethe. Rudkøbing 8.5.1912 — 12.8.1968. Danish Assistant of the C.P.D. Daughter of the ...

  • AGRELL, Per Sigurd

    AGRELL, Per Sigurd. Rämmen/Värmland 16.1.1881 — Lund 19.4.1937. Swedish Slavist and IE ...

  • AHVLEDIANI, Georgij Saridanovič

    AHVLEDIANI, Georgij Saridanovič. Leykumi, Kutaisskij rajon 1.(13.)4.1887 — 9.7.1973. Georgian Indo-Iranian Scholar and Linguist. Son of a farm owner. Graduated 1914 ...

  • AICHELE, Walter

    AICHELE, Walter Gustav Paul. Höhefeld 27.1.1889 — 1.5.1971. German Indonesian and Gipsy Scholar. Ph.D. 1915 Heidelberg, later Indonesian studies under Otto Dempwolff at ...

  • AINSLIE, Whitelaw

    AINSLIE, Whitelaw. Duns, Berwickshire 17.2.1767 — London 29.4.1836. British Physician in India. Son of Robert A. and Catharine Whitelaw. Joined the E.I.C. medical service in 1788 as Assistant Surgeon, and served in Madras. Surgeon ...

  • AITKEN, Edward Hamilton

    AITKEN, Edward Hamilton. Satara, India 16.8.1851 — Edinburgh 11.4.1909. British (Scottish) Civil Servant in India. Son of Rev. James A., a missionary of Free Church of Scotland, educated in Bombay. Studies ...

  • AL-GEORGE, Sergiu

    AL-GEORGE, Sergiu. Tărgu Mureş 13.9.1922 — Bucharest 10.11.1981. Romanian Indologist. Born in Transylvania, son of Vasile A.-G. and Antonina Donos. Studied ...

  • ALABASTER, Henry

    ALABASTER, Henry. Hastings 22.5.1836 — Bangkok 8.8.1884. British Diplomat in South-East Asia interested in Buddhism. Son of James ...

  • ALBRIGHT, Ruth Norton (née Ruth Norton)

    ALBRIGHT, Ruth Norton (née Ruth Norton). ...

  • ALEKSANDROV, Aleksandr Ivanovič

    ALEKSANDROV, Aleksandr Ivanovič. Kazan 16.4.1861 — 1917. Russian Slavist and IE Scholar. Son of a priest. Studies at ...

  • ALEKSANDROV, F. G.

    ALEKSANDROV, F. G. 18?? — 19??. Russian (Ukrainian?) Indologist or IE Scholar? He worked at Odessa University, but ...

  • ALEMANY Y BOLUFER, José

    ALEMANY Y BOLUFER, José. Cullera near Valencia 1.7.1866 — Madrid 26.10.1934. Spanish Linguist, translator of Sanskrit Texts. Born ...

  • ALEXANDER, James Edward

    ALEXANDER, James Edward. Stirling 16.10.1803 — Ryde, Isle of Wight 2.4.1885. Sir. British (Scottish) Colonial Officer in India. Educated at Edinburgh, Glasgow and Sandhurst. In 1821 joined Madras ...

  • ALLAN, John

    ALLAN, John. Longniddry or Bolton (both in East Lothian) 8.8.1884 — Edinburgh 26.8.1955. British (Scottish) Numismatician and Indologist. ...

  • ALLARD, Jean François

    ALLARD, Jean François. St.Tropez 8.3.1785 — Peshawar 23.1.1839. French General in North-West India. From 1803 in ...

  • ALLEN, Albert Henry

    ALLEN, Albert Henry. 18?? — 19??, in 1900 in San Francisco. U.S. Indologist? Probably the same A.H.A. whom University of California Graduates 1864–1905 ...

  • ALLEN, David Olivier

    ALLEN, David Olivier. Barre MA 14.9.1799 — Lowell MA 19.7.1863. U.S. Missionary in ...

  • ALMEIDA, Miguel de

    ALMEIDA, Miguel de. Govea, Beira 1607 — Salsette 17.9.1683 / Rachol 17.9.1687. S.J. Portuguese Missionary in India. Came to Goa and joined the ...

  • ALMKVIST, Herman Napoleon

    ALMKVIST, Herman Napoleon. Stockholm 28.4.1839 — Uppsala 30.9.1904. Swedish Oriental Scholar. Professor in Uppsala. Son of city cashier ...

  • ALPER, Harvey Paul

    ALPER, Harvey Paul. 1945 — 4.4.1987. U.S. Indologist and Scholar of Comparative Religion. Studied at University ...

  • ALSDORF, Ludwig Wilhelm

    ALSDORF, Ludwig Wilhelm. Laufersweiler near Kirchberg in Hunsrück 8.8.1904 — Buchholz-Sprötze 25.3.1978. German Indologist. ...

  • ALTER, Franz Karl

    ALTER, Franz Karl. Engelberg 27.1.1749 — Vienna 29.5.1804. S.J. Austrian (Silesian) Orientalist. Born in what is now Czech ...

  • ALTHEIM, Franz

    ALTHEIM, Franz. Frankfurt a.M. 6.10.1898 — Münster 17.10.1976. German historian of Classical World and Ancient Asia. Although mainly ...

  • ALTUCHOW, Nicolás (Mikołaj Ałtuchow)

    ALTUCHOW, Nicolás (Mikołaj Ałtuchow). Kiev 12.9.1912 — Montevideo 3.5.1983. Polish Indo­logist in South America. Born in Ukraina, son of engineer Wladimir ...

  • ALVAREZ, Simão

    ÁLVAREZ, Simão. 16?? — 17??. Father. S.J. Portuguese Clergyman in India. He was Provincial in Goa (1639), and thus the work ...

  • AMADUZZI, Giovanni Cristofano (Johannes Christophorus Amadutius)

    AMADUZZI, Giovanni Cristofano (Johannes Christophorus Amadutius). Savignano di Romagna 18.8.1740 — Rome 21.1.1792. Italian Classical and Oriental Scholar. Educated at the Episcopal Seminary in Rimini. ...

  • AMBROSI, Felice Alessandro

    AMBROSI, Felice Alessandro. 21.11.1841 — 19??. Italian Latin Scholar and Schoolteacher interested in Indology. In Florence, then Professor of Classics at Ginnasio Superiore ...

  • AMELUNG, Arthur Julius Heinrich.

    AMELUNG, Arthur Julius Heinrich. Catharina, Livonia (now Võisiku, Estonia) 15.7./27.7.1840 — Montreux 6.4.1874. (Baltic) German Linguist (Germanic and ...

  • AMMANN, Hermann

    AMMANN, Hermann. Bruchsal/Baden 10.8.1885 — Innsbruck 12.9.1956. German IE Linguist in Austria. Son of school director Jakob A. (d. 1895), educated in Bruchsal ...

  • AMMANN, Joseph

    AMMANN, Joseph. Kempern 23.3.1804 — 4.1.1854. German Schoolteacher interested in Indology. Student of O. Frank at Munich. From ...

  • AMMER, Karl

    AMMER, Karl. Vienna 25.10.1911 — Halle 16.1.1970. Austrian Indologist and Linguist in East Germany. Of modest ...

  • AMPÈRE, Jean-Jacques-Antoine

    AMPÈRE, Jean-Jacques-Antoine. Lyon 12.8.1800 — Pau 26/27.3.1864. French Scholar of History and Literature interested in India. Son of the famous scientist André Marie ...

  • AMUNDSEN, Edward

    AMUNDSEN, Edward (Norwegian Edvard A.). Kirkeholmen, Vestre Kragerø 27.1.1873 — Larvik 21.11.1928. Norwegian Missionary and Tibetan Scholar. Born ...

  • ANANDA METTEYYA THERA

    ANANDA METTEYYA THERA, Buddhist monastic name of —> BENNETT, C. H. A.

  • ANATRIELLO, Pasquale

    ANATRIELLO, Pasquale. 1912 — 1986. Father. Italian Missionary of P.I.M.E. and Burmese Scholar. Ph.D. Rome 1969. In 1951-60 parish priest of Loikaw in Karen area.

    Publications: “‘Vipassana ’ un metodo di meditazione buddista”, Rivista di ...

  • ANDERSEN, Dines

    ANDERSEN, Dines. Ullerslev, Fyn 26.12.1861 — Copenhagen 28.3.1940. Danish Indologist (Pāli Scholar). Son of mill builder ...

  • ANDERSON, Charles William

    ANDERSON, Charles William. 18?? — 19??. British (Scottish) Engineer in India. ...

  • ANDERSON, James

    ANDERSON, James. 1757 — 3.10.1833. British (Scottish) Colonial Officer in India. ...

  • ANDERSON, James Drummond

    ANDERSON, James Drummond. Fort William, Calcutta 11.11.1852 — Cambridge 24.11.1920. British Civil Servant in India, Bengali Scholar. Son ...

  • ANDERSON, John

    ANDERSON, John. Edinburgh 4.10.1833 — Buxton, Derbyshire 15.8.1900. British (Scottish) Zoologist In India. Son of Thomas A., Secretary of National Bank of Scotland, and Jane Cleghorn. School and medical studies in ...

  • ANDERSON, Nikolai Karl Adolf

    ANDERSON, Nikolai Karl Adolf (Russian Nikolaj Ivanovič Anderson). Kullina-Mühle (now Kulina, Estonia) 24.9.(6.10.)1845 — ...

  • ANDERSON, Philip

    ANDERSON, Philip. 1816 — Malabar Hill, Bombay 13.12.1857. Rev. British Priest in India interested in Sanskrit and History. ...

  • ANDERSON, Robert

    ANDERSON, Robert. 17?? — March 1843. British Civil Servant and Tamil Scholar in India, Madras Presidency. Learned Sanskrit, Persian and Bengali at East ...

  • ANDERSON, William

    ANDERSON, William. 1804 — Albury Hall, Ware, Hertsfordshire 22.9.1869 (when 64). British Colonial Officer. C.B. 1842. Served as ...

  • ANDERSSON, Anders Hilding

    ANDERSSON, Anders Hilding. Växjö 22.3.1853 — ...

  • ANDRADE, António d’
    ANDRADE, António d’. Oleiros (Olivios), Beira Alta 1580 — Goa 19.3.1634. S.J. Portuguese Priest and Jesuit Missionary in India and Tibet (Ladakh). Joined ...
  • ANDREAS, Friedrich Carl

    ANDREAS, Friedrich Carl. Batavia 14.4.1846 — Göttingen 3.10.1930. German Iranian Scholar. Professor in Göttingen. Born in ...

  • ANDREEV, Mihail Stepanovič.

    ANDREEV, Mihail Stepanovič. Taškent 11(23).9.1873 — 10.11.1948. Russian Iranian Scholar. Son of an official. Graduated from the Turkmenian Teachers’ College in 1893. In ...

  • ANDREEV, Nikolaj Dmitrievič

    ANDREEV, Nikolaj Dmitrievič. Petrograd 16.2.1920 — 15.11.1997. Russian IE Linguist. Son of a soldier, himself participated in war against Finland in 1939-40 and in WW II 1941-45. Graduated 1952 Leningrad. Kand. ...

  • ANDREW, William

    ANDREW, William. 1??? — 1???. Apparently an Englishman who had been in India. His both grammars ...

  • ANDREWS, A

    ANDREWS, A. 18?? — 1???. His work is a scanty collection of word lists arranged according to part of speech and ...

  • ANGELUS FRANCISCUS A SANCTA THERESIA

    ANGELUS FRANCISCUS A SANCTA THERESIA. Mondovi 16.9.1650 — Verapoly 17.10.1712. Italian Carmelite Missionary in India. Joined the order in Mondovi in 1666, started ...

  • ANKER, Peter

    ANKER, Peter. Fredrikshald 31.7.1744 — Øraker near Kristiania 17.4.1832. Norwegian Colonial Officer in Danish service in India. Son ...

  • ANQUETIL-DUPERRON, Abraham Hyacinthe

    ANQUETIL-DUPERRON, Abraham Hyacinthe. Paris 7.12.1731 — Paris 18.1.1805. French Orientalist, Pioneer of Iranian and Indian Studies. ...

  • ANTOINE, Robert

    ANTOINE, Robert. Dolhain, Limbourg 11.8.1914 — Calcutta 17.10.1981. S.J. Belgian Missionary, Indologist and Scholar of Comparative ...

  • ANTON, Konrad Gottlob

    ANTON, Konrad Gottlob. Lauban 29.11.1745 — Dresden 4.7.1814. German Oriental Scholar and Lin­guist. Professor at Wittenberg. In one ...

  • ANTONESCU, Teohari

    ANTONESCU, Teohari. Bucharest 1.9.1866 — Iaşi 11.1.1910. Romanian Historian and Classical Scholar interested in Indology. Son of Petru ...

  • ANVILLE, J. B. B. d’

    ANVILLE, J. B. B. d’ —> BOURGUIGNON D’ANVILLE, J. B.

  • APUDY
    APUDY. Pseudonyme for —> CHÉZY, A. L. de.
  • AQUAVIVA, Rodolfo
    AQUAVIVA, Rodolfo —> ACQUAVIVA, Rodolfo.
  • ARANY, János

    ARANY, János. Nagyszalonta 2.3.1817 — Budapest 22.10.1882. Hungarian Poet. After a chequered early life he was teacher at a gymnasium in Nagykőrös from ...

  • ARBMAN, Ernst Gottfrid

    ARBMAN, Ernst Gottfrid. Sundsvall 12.4.1891 — Stockholm 16.11.1959. Swedish Scholar of Indology and Comparative ...

  • ARBUTHNOT, Alexander John

    ARBUTHNOT, Alexander John. Killaloe, Ireland 11.10.1822 — 10.6.1907. Sir. British (Irish) Civil Servant in India. Son of Alexander A. (1768–1828), Bishop of Killaloe, and Margaret Phoebe Bingham. Educated at Rugby and ...

  • ARBUTHNOT, Forster Fitzgerald

    ARBUTHNOT, Forster Fitzgerald. Belgaum, Bombay Presidency 21.5.1833 — London 25.5.1901. British Civil Servant and Oriental Scholar in India. Son of Sir Robert Keith ...

  • ARCHER, John Clark

    ARCHER, John Clark. Wilma, Maryland 23.12.1881 — Hamden, Conn. 7.7.1957. U.S. Missionary and Scholar of Comparative Religion. Son of John A. and Virginia ...

  • ARCHER, William George

    ARCHER, William George. 11.2.1907 — 6.3.1979. British Ethnologist and Art Historian of India. In India 1931-48, then at the Victoria and ...

  • ARDEN, Albert Henry

    ARDEN, Albert Henry. Longcroft, Staffordshire 5.5.1841 — on ...

  • ARENDT, Carl

    ARENDT, Carl. Berlin 1.12.1838 — Berlin 29./30.1.1902. German Sinologist, a Student of Bopp. Son of a schoolteacher, himself educated at Joachimsthalsche Gymnasium in ...

  • ARENSKIJ, Pavel Antonovič

    ARENSKIJ, Pavel Antonovič. Livny, Orlov gub. 1887 — 25.12.1941. Russian Indologist (Hindi Scholar)

  • ARIEL, Édouard-Simon

    ARIEL, Édouard-Simon. Nantes 5.10.1818 — Pondichéry 23.4.1854. French Marine Officer and Indologist (Tamil scholar) ...

  • ARIS, Michael Vaillancourt

    ARIS, Michael Vaillancourt. Havana, Cuba 7.3.1946 — Oxford 27.3.1999. British Tibetan Scholar, Specialist of Bhutan. Son of English father (John A.) and Canadian ...

  • ARNOLD, Edward Vernon

    ARNOLD, Edward Vernon. South Norwood 18.7.1857 — 19.9.1926. British Indologist and Classical Scholar. Son of Rev. Charles Maddock A., educated at ...

  • ARNOLD, Edwin

    ARNOLD, Edwin. Gravesend, Kent 10.6.1832 — London 24.3.1904. Sir. British Poet and Journalist interested in Sanskrit ...

  • ARNOLD, Fr.

    ARNOLD, Fr. 18?? — 1???. German IE Student. Ph.D. 1890 Würzburg.

    Publications: ...

  • ARNOLD, J. R.

    ARNOLD, J. R. pseudonyme of Arunachala Sadasivam PILLAI, a Sri Lankan Christian Tamil scholar.

  • ARNONE, Alfonso

    ARNONE, Alfonso. Cosenza 21.12.1893 — Rome 29.9.1917. Italian Indologist. He was a talented student of Formichi, who planned specializing in Buddhist texts com­paring Indian and Chinese sources, but died too early.

  • ARNOT, Sandford

    ARNOT, Sandford. 1797? — London 1834. British (Scottish) Indologist (Hindi/Urdu Scholar). From 1821 (then already in ...

  • ARNTZ, Jacobus

    ARNTZ, Jacobus. Milligen, near Nijmegen 15.12.1816 — Kuilenburg 10.6.1887. S.J. Dutch Jesuit Scholar interested in Sanskrit Literature. In 1843-47 he taught philosophy at ...

  • ARRIËNS, Pieter

    ARRIËNS, Pieter. Herwijnen, Gelderland 7.1.1791 — the Hague 17.5.1860. Dutch Naval OfficerARROWSMITH, Robert

    ARROWSMITH, Robert. Brooklyn N.Y. 23.11.1860 — 1.6.1928. U.S. Linguist and Classical Scholar interested in Sanskrit. Son of Milton A. and Phebe Wood. Sudies ...

  • ARVON, Henri

    ARVON, Henri (né Heinz Aptekmann). Bayreuth 9.3.1914 — Antony (Haut-de-Seone) 2.12.1992. French (born German Jew) Historian. Matriculated 1933 from Bayreuth, but could no longer begin studies in Germany. He moved to France ...

  • ASBOE, Walter

    ASBOE, Walter. 1895 — 1965. Rev. In the 1930s in Kyelang, dt. Kangra. From 1921 (or 1925?) Moravian missionary in Kyelang (Lahul), then in Ladakh from 1939 to 1947, director of ...

  • ASCOLI, Graziadio Isaia

    ASCOLI, Graziadio Isaia. Gorizia 16.7.1829 — Milano 21.1.1907. Italian (Jewish) Linguist. Professor in Milano. Born in a ...

  • ASMUSSEN, Jes Peter

    ASMUSSEN, Jes Peter. Aabenraa 2.11.1928 — Copenhagen 5.8.2002. Danish Iranian Scholar, Specialist of Judeo-Persian Literature. Son of engineer Asmus Heinrich A. (d. 1959) and Eline Petersen (d. 1960). Matriculated ...

  • ASSIER DE POMPIGNAN, Raoul-Henri

    ASSIER DE POMPIGNAN, Raoul-Henri. Maisons-Laffitte 2.6.1862 — Paris 11.12.1947. French Naval Officer interested in Indology. Son of Adrien AdeP and Marie ...

  • ASSUMPÇAM, Manoel da (Assunpção)

    ASSUMPÇAM, Manoel da (Assunpção). Évora 16?? — 17??. Portuguese Priest, Augustinian Monk, and Missionary in India, author of a Bengali grammar and dictionary, ...

  • ASTI VERA, Armando

    ASTI VERA, Armando. Buenos Aires 25.6.1914 — Ibid. 3.2.1972. Argentinian scholar of Religion. Ph.D. Founder (in the late 1960s) and director of the Centro de Estudios de Religiones y Filosofías ...

  • ATANACKOVIĆ, Platon

    ATANACKOVIĆ, Platon. Sombor in Vojvodina 10.7.1788 — Novi Sad 21.4.1867. Serbian Orthodox Bishop interested in Linguistics. Born in ...

  • ATKINS, Samuel De Coster

    ATKINS, Samuel De Coster. Madison N.J. 25.10.1910 — Pomona Calif. 20.3.2002. U.S. Indologist and IE Scholar. Professor at Princeton University. Studies at Princeton: A.B. 1931, A.M. 1932, Ph.D. 1935. ...

  • ATKINSON, James

    ATKINSON, James. Darlington, co. Durham 17.3.1780 — London 7.8.1852.British Physician in India, Scholar of Persian and Urdū. Son of a woolcomber. Medical studies at Edinburgh and London, joined Indian Medical Service ...

  • ATKINSON, Robert

    ATKINSON, Robert. Gateshead, Yorkshire 6.4.1839 — Rathmines near Dublin 10.1.1908. British Linguist (IE, Celtic and Sanskrit ...

  • ATTENHOFER, Adolf

    ATTENHOFER, Adolf. Zürich 14.5.1879 — Chur 24.12.1950. Swiss Poet and Educator interested in German and Indian Philology. Catholic. Son of a baker. After ...

  • AUBOYER, Jeannine

    AUBOYER, Jeannine. Paris 6.9.1912 — Sèvres 6.2.1990. French Indologist (Art Historian). Conservator and Professor in Paris. ...

  • AUDOUIN, Édouard-M

    AUDOUIN, Édouard-M. Candé (Maine-et-Loire) 1864 — 1933. French Classical Philologist, Linguist and Historian. Agrégé 1887, Ph.D. 1898 Paris. From the 1890s Professor at Faculté ...

  • AUFRECHT, Theodor

    AUFRECHT, Simon Theodor. Leschnitz, Schlesien (now Leśnica, Poland)AUSTEN, H. H. G.—> GODWIN-AUSTEN, H. H.

  • AUSTERLITZ, Robert Paul

    AUSTERLITZ, Robert Paul. Bucharest, Romania 13.12.1923 — N.Y. 9.9.1994. U.S. (born in Romania) Linguist and Uralic Scholar in U.S.A., wrote on Dravidian in ...

  • AUTRAN, Charles

    AUTRAN, Charles. 29.10.1879 — 1952. French Oriental Scholar. After studies in France (?) and at Institute d’archéologie orientale in Cairo he became ...

  • AVALON, Arthur

    AVALON, Arthur. Pseudonyme for —> WOODROFFE, J.

  • AVERY, John

    AVERY, John. Conway, Mass. 18.9.1837 — North Bridgetown, Maine 1.9.1887. U.S. Indologist, Linguist and Ethnologist. Professor ...

  • AVITABILE, Paolo

    AVITABILE, Paolo Crescenzo Martino. Agerola near Naples 25.10.1791 — Agerola 28.3.1850. Neapolitan Officer and Traveller in India. From 1807 served in Neapolitan militia ...

  • AYMONIER, Étienne-François

    AYMONIER, Étienne-François. Le Châtelard (Savoie) 26.2.1844 — Paris 21.1.1929. French Colonial Officer and South-East Asian Scholar (the first ...

  • AYRTON, Edward Russell

    AYRTON, Edward Russell. Wuhu, China 17.12.1882 — Tissamaharama 18.5.1914. British Archaeologist in Sri Lanka. Son of ...

  • AYTON, James Alexander

    AYTON, James Alexander. Calcutta 1791? — near Budge Budge (now in Kolkata Metropolitan area) 10.8.1832, when 41.

  • AZEVEDO, Francisco de

    AZEVEDO, Francisco de. Lisbon 1578 — Goa 12.8.1660. S.J. Portuguese Missionary in India and Tibet. Came to India as a boy and never ...