HARRIS, Mary Belle

HARRIS, Mary Belle. Factoryville PA 19.8.1874 — Lewisburg PA 22.2.1957. U.S. Student of Sanskrit. Daughter of John Howard, a Baptist minister (then long tome President of Bucknell University), and Mary Elizabeth (Mace) Harris, lost her mother when six. Educated at Keystone Academy, then studies at Bucknell University (A.B. in Music…

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MORICI, Giuseppe

MORICI, Giuseppe. 13.9.1855 — 19??. Italian interested in Sanskrit. “R. Provveditore agli Studi a Macerata”. Publications: “Kālidāsa. Ritusanhāra. Traduzione in versi con note”, Orlando furioso. Rivista di lettere, scienze ed arti 2, Livorno 1886, 81-84, 92-96, 98-101; Kālidāsa. La nube messaggera. Poema tradotto. 79 p. Roma 1891 (and SFII 1-3,…

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MAROZZI, Eli Raphael

MAROZZI, Eli Raphael. 1913 — 1999. U.S. (Italian born) Artist (sculptor and ceramist) and Practiser of Vedānta. Studies at University of Hawaii (M.A.), 1950 also in India (Indian art and Vedānta). In the early 1960s teaching Vedānta and Yoga in Honolulu. Publications: articles on Vedānta. Sources: xx.

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MŽIK, Hans von

MŽIK, Hans von. Rzeszów, Galicia 24.7.1876 — Vienna 4.3.1961. Austrian Historian of Geography. PD 1917 Wien “für historische Geographie des Orients”. Ao. Professor 1929, from 1935 also taught Armenian. Also head of the map collection of Austrian National Library. Publications: Die Reise des Arabers Ibn Baṭūṭa durch Indien und China…

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MURRAY, Donald Shipley

MURRAY, Donald Shipley. 1916 — 1990. U.S. Statistician apparently interested in South Asia. Studied economics: B.S., 1937; A.M., 1944; Ph. D., 1944. Professor of Statistics at University of Pennsylvania, emeritus 1980. In 1977-80 Assistant Chairman Department of South Asia Regional Studies. Publications: ??? Sources: Not in the Dir. Am. Sch.…

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MOZAC (Mosac), Antoine

MOZAC (Mosac), Antoine. Clermont 17.12.1704 — Pondichéry 4.12.1779. S.J. French Missionary in India. Entered S.J. in 1720, came to India 1735. First in south, from 1742 and still 1764 Superior of Bengal Mission in Chandernagor, then in 1775-77 Superior of Pondichéry Mission. In 1756 met Anquetil-Duperron. Besse (referring to *Sommervogel…

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MOSKALEV, Vladimir Sergeevič

MOSKALEV, Vladimir Sergeevič. Lugansk (Vorošilovgrad) 15/28.7.1906 — 14.7.1982. Russian Indologist, specialist of Urdu. Son of an official, graduated 1934 from Oriental Institute in Moscow. Kand. filo. nauk 1953, Docent 1955. In 1937-39 Head of Near Eastern section at Oriental Institute, in 1940-53 in Red Army, in 1953-56 deputy Director of…

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MORRO, Felice

MORRO, Felice. 18?? — 1???. Italian. interested in Sanskrit, fl. in the 1870s. Publications: Vālmīki. Tre capitoli dell’ Araṇyakāṇḍa on e 3o libro del Rāmāyaṇa, tradotti. 30 p. Schenone (Genova) 1874. Sources: Title only in Gli studi orientali in Italia 1861–1911; nothing in Internet.

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MORRIS, Richard

MORRIS, Richard. Bermondsey 8.9.1833 — Harold Wood, Essex 12.5.1894. British Philologist, Scholar of Early English and Pāli. Born in a family of Welsh origin, attended Battersea Training College. He never studied in a university and was mainly self-taught. In 1871 obtained a curacy in Southwark. From 1875 1o 1888 Headmaster…

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MORRIS, Henry

MORRIS, Henry. 22.4.1829 — 1912. British Civil Servant and Historian in India. Son of —> John Carnac M. “Educated at Rugby and Haileybury, 1846-48. In India, 1848-75, in the Madras C.S., rose to be Judge of Godavery. Was for years Inspector of Schools. Publications: The history of India. 1856, 14th…

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