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  • CABATON, Antoine

    CABATON, Antoine. Nérondes (Cher) 11.12.1863 — Vannes 25.11.1942. French Physician and a Scholar of South-East Asia ...

  • CABRAL, João

    CABRAL, João. Cerolico/Guarda 1599/1601 — Goa 4.7.1669. S.J. Portuguese Missionary in India and Ladakh. From Celorico (Beira). Jesuit ...

  • CABRAL, Pedro Álvarez

    CABRAL, Pedro Álvarez. Belmonte, Portugal 1467/68 — Santarém? 1520. Portuguese Sailor. Son of a nobleman, Fernão C., himself in high positions at the ...

  • CACELLA, Estevão

    CACELLA, Estevão. Aviz/Evora 1585 — Shigatse 6.3.1630. S.J. Portuguese Missionary in India and Ladakh. Joined the S.J. in ...

  • CADELL, Sir Patrick

    CADELL, Patrick Robert. 6.5.1871 — Frilford Heath, Abingdon 22.11.1961 (when 90). Sir. British Historian of Colonial India. Son ...

  • CAIN, John

    CAIN, John. 184? — 17.3.1917. Rev. British Missionary in India. Arrived in India in 1869, from 1874 in ...

  • CAIX DE SAINT-AYMOUR, Amédée, vicomte de

    CAIX DE SAINT-AYMOUR, Amédée, vicomte de. Senlis, Oise 26.4.1843 — Paris ?.12.1921. ...

  • CALAND, Willem

    CALAND, Willem. Brielle (Den Briel), Zuid Holland 27.8.1859 — Utrecht 23.3. 1932. Dutch Indologist. Professor in ...

  • CALDWELL, Robert

    CALDWELL, Robert. Clady co. Antrim, Ireland 7.5.1814 — Kodaikanal, India 28.8.1891. Rev. British (Scottish) Missionary and ...

  • CALLAWAY, John

    CALLAWAY, John. 17?? — 18??. Rev. British Wesleyan Missionary in Sri Lanka. Arrived in 1815 and worked there ...

  • CALLE, Pedro Urbano de la

    CALLE, Pedro Urbano de la —> GONZÁLES DE LA CALLE, P. U.

  • CALMBERG, Ernst Philipp Ludwig

    CALMBERG, Ernst Philipp Ludwig. Wasungen/Sachsen-Meiningen 12.4.1794 ...

  • CALMETTE, Jean

    CALMETTE, Jean. Rodez, Aveyron 5.5.1692 (not 93) — Chickballapur, Karnataka ?.2.1740 (hardly 1739). S.J. French Missionary ...

  • CAMERON, George Glenn

    CAMERON, George Glenn. Washington PA 30.7.1905 — Ann Arbor 14.9.1979. U.S. Historian of ancient Iran. Professor in Ann ...

  • CAMÕES, Luís Vaz de

    CAMÕES, Luís Vaz de. Coimbra 1524/25 — Lisbon 10.6.1580. Portuguese Poet. Born in a poor noble family, son ...

  • CAMPBELL, Alexander Duncan

    CAMPBELL, Alexander Duncan. 6.1.1786 (hardly 1789) — 4.4.1857. British (Scottish) Civil Servant in India, interested in Telugu. Served ...

  • CAMPBELL, Andrew

    CAMPBELL, Andrew. Boltan, Lancashire 1845 — Pokharia 8.7.1919. Rev. British (Scottish) Missionary in Chota Nagpur, a Santali Scholar. ...

  • CAMPBELL, Archibald

    CAMPBELL, Archibald. Islay 20.4.1805 (not 1804) — Slough 5.11.1874. British (Scottish) Physician in India. His first name was Archibald, ...

  • CAMPBELL, Archibald

    CAMPBELL, Archibald. Kilberry 18.1.1877 – London 24.4.1963. British (Scottish) Civil Servant in India. Son of John C. M.A. ...

  • CAMPBELL, C. J.

    CAMPBELL, C. J. 1??? — 1???. C.E. In the 1860s in Delhi. One CJC was in 1856 Assistant ...

  • CAMPBELL, George

    CAMPBELL, George. 22.3.1824 — Cairo 18.2.1892. Sir. British (Scottish) Civil Servant in India, interested in Ethnology. Son of ...

  • CAMPBELL, James Macnabb

    CAMPBELL, James Macnabb. Partick, Lanarkshire 4.10.1846 — Rosneath, Dumbartonshire 26.5.1903. Sir. British (Scottish) Civil Servant in India, interested ...

  • CAMPBELL, William Howard

    CAMPBELL, William Howard. Derry, Ireland 20.9.1859 — Bourdighera, Italy 18.2.1910. Rev. British (Irish/Scottish) Missionary in India. Son of ...

  • CAMPUZANO y GONZÁLEZ, Ramón

    CAMPUZANO y GONZÁLEZ, Ramón. 18?? — 1???. Spanish Historian, Lexicographer and Publisher. ...

  • CANALEJAS, Francisco de Paula

    CANALEJAS, Francisco de Paula. Lucena 2.4.1834 — Madrid 4.5.1883. Spanish Scholar of Literature interested in Indo-European. Studies at ...

  • CANDY, Edward Townshend

    CANDY, Edward Townshend. India 15.4.1845 — ?.4.1913. Sir (1904). British Civil Servant in India. Son of —> Thomas Candy. Educated in ...

  • CANDY, Thomas

    CANDY, Thomas. East Knoyle, Wiltshire 13.12.1804 — Mahabaleswar 26.2.1877. British Colonial Officer, Teacher and Marathi Scholar in India. ...

  • CANNING, Hugh

    CANNING, Hugh. 18?? — 23.12.1927. Irishman? M.A. From 1914 Professor of Sanskrit and Comparative Philology at Trinity College ...

  • CANNIZZARO, Francesco Adolfo

    CANNIZZARO, Francesco Adolfo. Messina 13.7.1867 — Rome 24.4.1914. Italian Lawyer and autodidact Iranian Scholar. From 1887 studied law ...

  • CAPPELLER, Carl Johann Wilhelm

    CAPPELLER, Carl Johann Wilhelm. Alexkehmen, Ostpreussen 22.3.1840 — Jena 17.7.1925. German Indologist. Professor in Jena. Son of an estate owner from ...

  • CAPPIERI, Mario

    CAPPIERI, Mario. 1894 — 1979. Italian Anthropologist. Professor of Anthropology in Rome (in the 1950s Assistant).

    Publications: L’India preistorica. 233 p. 32 pl. Firenze 1960.

    – “Ist die Indus-Kultur und ihre Bevolkerung wirklich verschwunden?”, Anthropos 60, 1965, ...

  • CAPUS, Guillaume

    CAPUS, Guillaume. Esch-sur-Alzette 25.8.1857 — Boulogne-sur-Seine 27.4.1931. Luxemburgian Scientist and Explorer in France (naturalized 1882). Worked in Musée ...

  • CARDOSO, Joaquim Lúcio, Filho

    CARDOSO Filho, Joaquim Lúcio. Curvelo, Est. de Minas Gerais 13.8.1913 ...

  • CAREY, Eustace

    CAREY, Eustace. Paulerspury, Northamptonshire 22.3.1791 — London 19.7.1855. British Missionary in India. Son of Thomas C., nephew of ...

  • CAREY, Felix

    CAREY, Felix. 1786 (acc. to geni.com Moulton 20.10.1785) — Serampur 10.11.1822. British Missionary. Eldest son of —> W. ...

  • CAREY, William

    CAREY, William. Paulerspury, Northamptonshire 17.8.1761 — Serampur 9.6.1834. British Missionary and Pioneer of Indology, in India ...

  • CARL, Jean

    CARL, Jean. 1900 — London 3.4.1941. French Architect and Archeologist. In the 1920s he was in ...

  • CARLLEYLE, Archibald Campbell L.

    CARLLEYLE, Archibald Campbell L. (himself wrote Carleyle; some have Carlyle) 1831 — 1897. British Archaeologist. Came to India ...

  • CARNOY, Albert Joseph

    CARNOY, Albert Joseph. Louvain (Leuven) 7.11.1878 — Louvain 12.1.1961. Belgian Linguist. Professor in Louvain. Son of ...

  • CAROE, Olaf Kirkpatrick

    CAROE, Olaf Kirkpatrick. London 15.11.1892 — Steyning, Sussex 29.11.1981. Sir. British Civil Servant in India. Son of the ...

  • CARPANI, Enrico Gerardo

    CÀRPANI, Enrico Gerardo. 1912 — 1963. Italian Scholar of Religion. In Bologna. Ph.D. In 1946-47 he ...

  • CARPENTER, John N

    CARPENTER, John N. 18?? — 19??. British Missionary in India. M.A. Worked for Church Missionary Society in Gorakhpur ...

  • CARPENTER, Joseph Estlin

    CARPENTER, Joseph Estlin. Ripley, Survey 5.10.1844 ...

  • CARR, Mark William

    CARR, Mark William. 12.2.1833 — on Malabar coast 15.1.1871. British Colonial Officer in South India. From Northhumberland, son ...

  • CARRÉ, Barthélémy

    CARRÉ, Barthélémy. c. 1636 — after 1699. Abbé. French Traveller. Of Blois, educated by Jesuits, took religious career ...

  • CARSTAIRS, George Morrison

    CARSTAIRS, George Morrison (Morris). Mussoorie 18.6.1916 — Edinburgh 17.4.1991. Scottish Psychiatrist and ...

  • CARTELLIERI, Wilhelm

    CARTELLIERI, Wilhelm. Eger (in Bohemia, now Cheb) 23.6.1860 — Innsbruck 29.5.1908. Austrian Indologist. Professor in Innsbruck. ...

  • CARTER, Charles Henry

    CARTER, Charles Henry. Leicestershire 29.10.1828 — Auckland 6.7.1914. Rev. Baptist Missionary in Ceylon. Son of Thomas Carter, a ...

  • CARUS, Paul

    CARUS, Paul. Ilsenburg am Harz 18.7.1852 — La Salle, Ill. 11.2.1919. German Philosopher and Scholar of Comparative Religion ...

  • CARVALHO, Jorge

    CARVALHO, Jorge. fl. 1554. Indian living in Lisbon.

    Publications: Translated a small Catechism from ...

  • CASAL, Jean-Marie

    CASAL, Jean-Marie. Troyes 30.6.1905 — Antibes 12.12.1977. French Archaeologist. Husband of Geneviève Casal (née Bell, 1910?–2002). ...

  • CASARTELLI, Louis Charles

    CASARTELLI, Louis Charles. Manchester 14.11.1852 — Salford 18.1.1925. Right Rev. British (of Italian origin) Iranian Scholar ...

  • CASSIANO BELIGATTI

    CASSIANO BELIGATTI, hybrid for —> CASSIANO DA MACERATA (Giovanni Beligatti).

  • CASSIANO DA MACERATA (Giovanni Beligatti)

    CASSIANO DA MACERATA (lay Giovanni Beligatti). ...

  • CASTANHEDA, Fernão Lopes de

    CASTANHEDA, Fernão Lopes de. Santarem c. 1500 — Coimbra 23.3. or 6.6.1559. Portuguese Historian of Colonial India. Illegitimate ...

  • CAUSSIN DE PERCEVAL, Armand Pierre

    CAUSSIN DE PERCEVAL, Armand Pierre. Paris 11.1.1795 — Paris 15.1.1871. French Oriental (Arabic) Scholar. Son of Jean-Jacques-Antoine C. de P. ...

  • CAUTLEY, Proby Thomas

    CAUTLEY, Proby Thomas. Suffolk 3.1.1802 — Sydenham, Kent 25.1.1871. Sir. British Officer in India. Son of the rev. ...

  • CELLARIUS, Johan Adam

    CELLARIUS, Johan Adam. Ulm 1740 — Cochin 15.6.1796. Dutch (Germann-born) Colonial Servant in India. Entered in 1762 the ...

  • CHALMERS, Robert

    CHALMERS, Robert (1919 first baron of Chalmers of Northiam). London 18.8.1858 — Oxford 17.11.1938. Lord. British ...

  • CHAMBERS, Robert

    CHAMBERS, Robert. Newcastle-upon-Tyne 14.1.1737 — Paris 9.5.1803. Sir. British Colonial Official and a Pioneer of Indology. Son of Robert Ch., an ...

  • CHAMBERS, William

    CHAMBERS, William. 1748 — 1793. British Colonial Official and a ...

  • CHANDLER, John Scudder

    CHANDLER, John Scudder. Madura, South India 12.4.1849 — Kodaikanal, South India 19.6.1934. U.S. Missionary and Tamil ...

  • CHANNING, Eva

    CHANNING, Eva. 18?? — 1???. U.S. Student of Indology. Born in a wealthy Boston family, studied at Boston University, graduated 1877. ...

  • CHAPMAN, Charles

    CHAPMAN, Charles. Bathwick 23.11.1752 — 19.3.1809. British Civil Servant in IndiaCHAPMAN, Francis Robert Henry

    CHAPMAN, Francis Robert Henry. Sholapur, Maharashtra 22.10.1858 — 13.3.1942. British Colonial Officer in ...

  • CHAPMAN, Isham J

    CHAPMAN, Isham J. 1??? — 1???. British Colonial Officer in Ceylon. Captain of Royal Artillery. Relatives in I.C.S. (see Buckland). One Captain Isham ...

  • CHARDIN, Jean-Baptiste (Sir John Chardin)

    CHARDIN, Jean-Baptiste (Sir John Chardin). Paris 16.11.1643 (Julian 6.11.) — Chiswick, London 5.1.1713 (25.12.1712). French Huguenot Jeweller and ...

  • CHARENCEY, Charles-Félix-Hyacinthe, comte de

    CHARENCEY, Charles-Félix-Hyacinthe Gouhier, comte de. Paris 8.11.1832 — Saint-Maurice-lès-Charencey ...

  • CHARPENTIER, Jarl Hellen Robert Toussaint

    CHARPENTIER, Jarl Hellen Robert Toussaint. Nya Varvet near Gothenburg 17.12.1884 — Uppsala 5.7.1935. Swedish Indologist. Professor ...

  • CHAVANNES, Emanuel-Édouard

    CHAVANNES, Emanuel-Édouard. Lyon 5.10.1865 — Paris ...

  • CHAVÉE, Honoré-Joseph

    CHAVÉE, Honoré-Joseph. Namur 3.6.1815 — Paris 15.7.1877. Belgian Linguist in Paris, also interested in Sanskrit and IE. Originally ...

  • CHENOT, F

    CHENOT, F. 1??? — 1???. Frenchman in India (?), according to Vinson interpreter ...

  • CHEVALIER, Jean-Baptiste

    CHEVALIER, Jean-Baptiste. Blois 23.4.1729 — Blois 30.4.1789. French Traveller in India and Tibet. Son of Jean-Bapt. Ch., a ...

  • CHÉZY, Antoine Léonard de

    CHÉZY, Antoine Léonard de. Neuilly 15.1.1773 — Paris 3.9. (or 31.8.) 1832. French Pioneer of Indology, ...

  • CHIEFALÀ, Nicol

    CHIEFALÀ, Nicola —> KEPHALA, Nikolaos.

  • CHILDE, Vere Gordon

    CHILDE, Vere Gordon. Sydney 14.4.1892 — Blackheath, NSW, Australia 19.10.1957. Australian Archaeologist ...

  • CHILDERS, Robert Cesar

    CHILDERS, Robert Cesar. Nice 1838 — London 25.7.1876. British Indologist (Pāli scholar). Born in southern France ...

  • CHOUNAVEL, Constant

    CHOUNAVEL, Constant. Socourt, Saint-Dié, Vosges 9.4.1825 — Borella, Sri Lanka 23.8.1923. O.M.I. French Catholic Missionary in Sri Lanka. ...

  • CHRISTENSEN, Arthur Emanuel

    CHRISTENSEN, Arthur Emanuel. Copenhagen 9.1.1875 — Copenhagen 31.3.1945. Danish Iranian Scholar. Professor in Copenhagen. Son of a post ...

  • CHRISTIAN, John

    CHRISTIAN, John. 18?? — 1???. Britishman (?) in India. In 1847 JC Esq. was in Monghyr, 1854 indigo ...

  • CHRISTOPHER, Willmott

    CHRISTOPHER, Willmott. 1??? — Multan, buried 9.10.1848. British Officer in India. Lieutenant, in 1834-35 participated the British Admiralty ...

  • CIARDI-DUPRÉ, Giuseppe

    CIARDI-DUPRÉ, Giuseppe. Firenze 13.9.1875 — 1953. Italian Linguist. Docent of IE comparative grammar at the R. Istituto di Studi Superiori in ...

  • CIMMINO, Francesco

    CIMMINO, Francesco. Naples 6.1.1862 — Naples 2.3.1939. Italian Indologist and Poet. Studies at Naples under Kerbaker, ...

  • CINNOMA, Leonardo

    CINNOMA, Leonardo. 1??? — 1644. Father. Catholic Missionary in India.

  • CIOFFI, Salvatore (U Lokanatha Thera)

    CIOFFI, Salvatore (U Lokanatha Thera). Cervinara 26.12.1897 — Maymyo (Pyin Oo Lwin) 25.5.1966. Italian-American Bauddha, lived as Buddhist ...

  • CLARK, Edward Winter

    CLARK, Edward Winter. Northeast, Dutchess County NY 25.2.1830 — (St. Augustine, Florida 13.5.1913 or rather) Dutchess County 24.6.1913. ...

  • CLARK, Thomas Welbourne

    CLARK, Thomas Welbourne. Ilkeston, Derbyshire 2.1.1904 — 22.12.1969. British Indologist, a Specialist of Bengali and NIA ...

  • CLARK, Walter Eugene

    CLARK, Walter Eugene. Digby, Nova Scotia 8.9.1881 — Vista, Calif. 30.9. 1960. U.S. Indologist. Professor at ...

  • CLARKE, Annie Barber

    CLARKE, Annie Barber (born Annie Leland Barber). Deerfield MA 9.6.1861 —19.11.1956. U.S. Student of Indology. Daughter of Henry ...

  • CLARKSON, William

    CLARKSON, William. Salisbury 1817 — 1897?. Rev. Missionary of London Missionary Society in Gujarat in 1839-48. Returned to ...

  • CLAUSON, Gerard Leslie Makins

    CLAUSON, Gerard Leslie Makins. 28.4.1891 — ...

  • CLAWITER, Walter

    CLAWITER, Walter. 1923 — 23.11.1970. German Indologist. Ph.D. Göttingen 1958 (?) under Waldschmidt. Edited Turfan texts ...

  • CLAYTON, Albert Charles

    CLAYTON, Albert Charles. 1859 — 19??. Rev. British (?) Missionary in South India, a Tamil Scholar. In 1934 ...

  • CLEMENS A IESU

    CLEMENS A IESU (Clemente di Gesù, lay Giovanni Jacobo Peano di Penni, often called with hybrid name Clemente Peani or Clemens Peanus). Alessandria ...

  • CLEMENS, ?

    CLEMENS, ?. 18?? — 191?. German Iranian Scholar specializing in Avesta. Died young in the WW I.

  • CLEMENTS, Ernest S

    CLEMENTS, Ernest S. 1873 — 19??. Sir. British Civil Servant and Musicologist in ...

  • CLINT, Leonidas

    CLINT, Leonidas. St.Anns Soho, Middlesex 1812 — Dewsbury, Yorkshire 21.7.1897. British Missionary in India. Graduated M.A. from Trinity ...

  • CLOSS, Alois

    CLOSS, Alois. Neumarkt in Steiermark 27.10.1893 — 10.1.1984. Austrian Iranian Scholar. Librarian in Graz. Son of Alois Closs, a court official, ...

  • CLOUGH, Benjamin

    CLOUGH, Benjamin. Bradford, Yorkshire 1791 — Southwark, Kent 1853. British Methodist Missionary and Pāli Scholar in ...

  • COCK, Jan Kornelis de

    COCK, Jan Kornelis de. Vierhuizen, Ulrum 23.10.1867 — Davos, Switzerland 6.4.1941. Dutch Indologist. Son of an industrialist. After ...

  • COCKBURN, John

    COCKBURN, John. 18?? — 1???. British Civil Servant in India, interested in Prehistory. Served in Opium Department (1879/83). ...

  • CODRINGTON, Humphrey William

    CODRINGTON, Humphrey William. Hambleden, Buckinghamshire 25.9.1879 —London 7.11.1942. British Scholar of Sri Lankan History and Ethnography. Son of ...

  • CODRINGTON, Kenneth de Burgh

    CODRINGTON, Kenneth de Burgh. Murree, Punjab 5.6.1899 — 1.1.1986. British Archaeologist and ...

  • CODRINGTON, Oliver

    CODRINGTON, Oliver. Wroughton, Wiltshire 5.5.1837 — Brentford, Middlesex 1921 (not 1931). British Physician and

  • CŒDÈS, Georges

    CŒDÈS, Georges. Paris 10.8.1886 — Neuilly-sur-Seine 2.10.1969. French South-East Asian Scholar (Historian and Epigraphist). Descended from a family ...

  • COEMANS, Émile M.

    COEMANS, Émile M. 18?? — 1???. Belgian Scholar. At Ghent University, the author of a Manuel de langue égyptienne.

  • CŒURDOUX, Gaston-Laurent

    CŒURDOUX, Gaston-Laurent. Bourges 18.10.1691 (or 18.12.?) — Pondichéry 15.6.1779. S.J. French Missionary Priest and Pioneer of Indology ...

  • COGNI, Giulio

    COGNI, Giulio. Siena 10.1.1908 — 15.11.1984. Italian Author and Composer interested in religions, parapsychology and like. Living in Siena. In the 1930s he was a ...

  • COHEN, Sulman Samuel

    COHEN, Sulman Samuel. Iraq 1895 — Sri Ramanasramam, Tiruvannamalai 1980. U.S. Pupil of Ramana Maharshi. Lived in India with his guru in 1936-55.

  • COHN-WIENER, Ernst

    COHN-WIENER, Ernst (until 1907 Ernst Cohn). Tilsit (now Sovetsk) 25.12.1882 — New York 13.4.1941.

  • COLE, Frederick Thomas

    COLE, Frederick Thomas. 18?? — 19??. Rev. British Missionary in India. In Agra, from 1873 in Santal Mission of Church Missionary ...

  • COLE, Henry

    COLE, Henry. Bath 15.7.1808 — London 18.4.1882. Sir. English Civil Servant, Designer and Inventor. Son of Captain Henry Robert Cole and Lætitia Dormer. Educated in ...

  • COLE, Henry Hardy

    COLE, Henry Hardy. Kensington ?.8.1843 — Oxford 23.12.1916. British architect and engineer officer in India. Son of —> ...

  • COLE, Robert Andrews

    COLE, Robert Andrews. Madras 1835 — 1907. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of Major Robert Wynne Cole, an army doctor. ...

  • COLEBROOKE SUTHERLAND, James Charles

    COLEBROOKE SUTHERLAND, James Charles —> SUTHERLAND, James Charles Colebrooke

  • COLEBROOKE, Henry Thomas

    COLEBROOKE, Henry Thomas. London 15.6.1765 — London 10.12.(or 10.3. or 18.3. or 10.4.)1837. British Pioneer of ...

  • COLEBROOKE, Thomas Edward

    COLEBROOKE, Thomas Edward. Calcutta 19.8.1813 — London 11.1.1890. Sir (4th Bart.). British ...

  • COLES, Stephen

    COLES, Stephen. 18?? — 13.9.1901. Rev. British Missionary, member of Church Mission Society in Ceylon. After Highbury Training College arrived at Ceylon as early as 1861 and until his death. Married 1860 Elizabeth ...

  • COLINET, Philémon

    COLINET, Philémon. Alost (Aalst) 2.3.1853 — Sleydingen 3.12.1917. Belgian Indologist, Linguist and Scholar of Religion. Professor in Louvain. Son of Felix ...

  • COLLET, Charles

    COLLET, Charles. 18?? — 1???. British Civil Servant in India. Sub-Collector in Malabar ...

  • COLLIN, August Zacharias

    COLLIN, August Zacharias. Glimåkra, Skåne 23.8.1833 — Göteborg 23.7.1886. Swedish School Teacher interested in Sanskrit. Son ...

  • COLLINS, Georges

    COLLINS, Georges François Guillaume Jean Jacques. Lyon 2.2.1825 — Vichy 17.6.1882. French Protestant Priest and Scholar of History ...

  • COLLINS, Mark

    COLLINS, Mark. Brighton 28.12.1866 — 193?. British Indologist in India. Educated at Brighton Grammar School. In 1881-86 in business, then teacher ...

  • COLLINS, Richard

    COLLINS, Richard. Bicker, Lincolnshire 20.10.1828 — Kirkburton, Yorkshire 30.10.1900. Rev. British Missionary of Church Missionary Society

  • COLLITZ, Herman

    COLLITZ, Hermann. Bleckede near Hannover 4.2.1855 — Baltimore 13.5.1935. German Linguist (IE and Germanic) in the U.S.A. Professor ...

  • COMBAZ, Gisbert-Corneille-Henri-Paul

    COMBAZ, Gisbert-Corneille-Henri-Paul. Anvers 23.9.1869 — Saint-Gilles (Bruxelles) 18.1.1941. Belgian Painter, Art Historian and Archaeologist. Also himself ...

  • CONGER, George Perrigo

    CONGER, George Perrigo. Genoa, N.Y. 18.5.1884 — Minneapolis 14.8.1960. U.S. Scholar of Indian Philosophy. Professor in Minneapolis. Son of Willis Nathaniel C. and Estelle Perrigo. Educated at ...

  • CONGREVE, Harry

    CONGREVE, Harry. 18?? — 1???. British Officer in India. Lieutenant-Colonel, of Madras Artillery (no longer in service in ...

  • CONIO, Caterina

    CONIO, Caterina. Santo Stefano al Mare (Liguria) 1929 — Milano 1996. Italian Indologist. Daughter of a bank director, grew up in Florence. Graduated ...

  • CONOLLY, Edward Barry

    CONOLLY, Edward Barry. London? 1808 — Kohat, Afghanistan ?.10.1840. British Colonial Officer in ...

  • CONRADY, August

    CONRADY, August. Wiesbaden 28.4.1864 — Leipzig 3/4.6.1925. German Indologist and Sinologist. Professor in Leipzig. Son of ...

  • CONTI, Niccolò

    CONTI, Niccolò (De’ C., Niccolò di Giovanni Conti di Chioggia). Chioggia near Venice c. 1395 — Chioggia (?) ...

  • CONZE, Edward

    CONZE, Edward (Eberhard Julius Dietrich Conze). Forest Hill (London) 18.3.1904 — Yeovil, Somerset 24.9.1979. British (German-born) Indologist and Buddhist Scholar. Son of Ernst C. and Adelaide Louise ...

  • COOMARASWAMY, Ananda Kentish

    COOMARASWAMY, Ananda Kentish (Kumārasvāmi). Colombo 22.8.1877 — Needham Mass. 9.9.1947. Srilankan/British Art Historian and Indologist in the U.S.A. Son of Sir Mutu Coomaraswamy (1834–1879, Sri Lankan Tamil ...

  • ČOP, Bojan

    ČOP, Bojan. Ljubljana 23.5.1923 — Ljubljana 3.8.1994. Yugoslavian/Slovenian IE Linguist and Scholar of Tocharian. Son of Josip Čop and Ursula Potočnik, educated in Ljubljana. In ...

  • COPE, Henry

    COPE, Henry. 18?? — 187?. Journalist in India. In 1847 he resided in Delhi and was the secretary ...

  • COPLESTON, Reginald Stephen

    COPLESTON, Reginald Stephen. Barnes, London 26.12.1845 — 19.4.1925. Most Rev. British Priest in Ceylon and India. Son of ...

  • CORAL-REMUSAT, Gilberte de

    CORAL-RÉMUSAT, Gilberte de. 1903 — Lausanne 18.10.1943. Mme. French Art Historian of South and South-East Asia. Grandniece of ...

  • CORBIN, Henry

    CORBIN, Henry. Paris 14.4.1903 — Paris 7.10.1978. French Philosopher, Theologian and Scholar of Iranian Religion and Islam. Son ...

  • CORDIER, Henri

    CORDIER, Henri. New Orleans 8.8.1849 — Cairo, Egypt 16.3.1925. French Scholar of Asian History. Son of Erneste-Eugène C., a Savoyan working ...

  • CORDIER, Palmyr Uldéric Alexis

    CORDIER, Palmyr Uldéric Alexis. Amancey (Doubs) 18.2.1871 — Besançon 5.9.1914. French Physician and Indologist, an early specialist of the Āyurveda. Born ...

  • CORDINER, James

    CORDINER, James. 1775 — 1836. Rev. British (Scottish) Priest in Sri Lanka. In 1799-1804 second chaplain to the garrison ...

  • CORREIA, Gaspar

    CORREIA, Gaspar. 1492? — Malacca or Goa 1563?. Portuguese Historian of Colonial India. In the age of 16 ...

  • CORSALI, Andrea

    CORSALI, Andrea. Florence 29.6.1487 — 15??. Italian Traveller. ...

  • CORYAT, Thomas (Coriate, Tom)

    CORYAT, Thomas (Tom Coriate). Odcombe (Crewkerne), Somersetshire 1577? — Surat ?.12.1617. British Traveller in India. Son of the ...

  • COSQUIN, Emmanuel

    COSQUIN, Emmanuel. Vitry-le-François (Marne) 25.6.1841 — ibid. 18.4.1919. French Folklorist

  • COSTA DE MACEDO, José Joaquim da

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