CANEDO GRILLE, José

CANEDO GRILLE, José. Tordoia, Galicia 22.2.1902 — Lens 29.12.1945. Spanish Linguist. Studies at seminary of Santiago de Compostela and at University of Granada, then 7 years IE, Indology and classics at Berlin. In the Spanish civil war he took Franco’s side. From 1943 taught Spanish at Heidelberg University. Publications: Zur Wort- und…

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PÉREZ-REMÓN, Joaquín

PÉREZ-REMÓN, Joaquín.1922 — 1985. S.J. Spanish Buddhist Scholar. Jesuit missionary in India. Then taught Oriental philosophy at Universidad Jesuita de Deustro in Bilbao. In his 1980 book he tried to show anatta being a late concept in the Nikāyas. Publications: “Comments upon the Brahmajālasutta”, Bol. As. Esp. Or. 14, 1978, 61-96; “The simile of the…

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PARDO DE TAVERA Y GORRICHO, Trinidad Hermengildo

PARDO DE TAVERA Y GORRICHO, Trinidad Hermengildo José Maria Juan Francisco. 13.4.1857 — 26.3.1925. Spanish-Philippinese Physician, Antiquarian and Linguist. Son of Felix P. de T. (d. 1864), a lawyer and high official, and Juliana Gorricho, a wealthy Philippinese Spanish family. Grew up in Intramuros, Manila. Studies at Colegio de San Juan de Letran (B.A. 1873),…

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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 Madrid, graduated in humanities 1856, in law 1857, Ph.D. 1858. In 1860-62 Professor of Literature at Valladolid, then eo. Professor at Madrid. Also worked as advocate. Attended Garcia Ayuso’s Sanskrit classes in…

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CAMPUZANO y GONZÁLEZ, Ramón

CAMPUZANO y GONZÁLEZ, Ramón. 18?? — 1???. Spanish Historian, Lexicographer and Publisher. Still active in 1878. Publications: Orijen, usos y costumbres de los Jitanos, y diccionario de su dialecto. 29+199 p. Madrid 1848 (short introduction and the dictionary), 2nd ed. 1851. – Novisimo diccionario de la lengua castellana. 1-2. 1857;…

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BERRIZ DO SEIXO, Aureliano Julio

BERRIZ DO SEIXO, Aureliano Julio. 18?? — 19??. Spanish Scholar. Dr. of Civil and Canonic Law 1881 Madrid. Assistant Professor of Sanskrit at Madrid 1881-83 (before Gelabert y Gordiola). Still active in 1900. Publications: Diss. Idea de la libertad en los pueblos antiguos, en la Edad Media y en los tiempos…

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TRAVESET, José Ventura

TRAVESET, José Ventura (or J. Ventura Traveset). Granada 1862 — 1941. Spanish Scholar. Ph.D. Student of Garcia Ayuso, taught Sanskrit courses at the University of Granadain 1887-89, from 1889 Professor of Humanities there. After a brief period in Santiago de Compostela, from 1901 Professor at Valencia. Apparently no longer much interested…

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ROVIRALTA BORREL, José

ROVIRALTA BORREL, José. 1856 — 1926. Spanish Physician and Theosophist. In 1889 he was one of the founders of Sociedade Teosófica da Espanha. Publications: Translated: El Bhagavad Gita (Canto del Señor): Diálogos entre Krishna y Arjuna, Príncipe de la India. Barcelona 1896 (not from original); Goethe: Fausto, and other classics…

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ROCA LÓPEZ, Pedro.

ROCA Y LÓPEZ, Pedro.Tarancón (Cuenca) 9.10.1856 — Madrid 21.1.1903. Spanish Scholar. Dr. In Sanskrit student of Gelabert y Gordiola, as librarian of Barcelona University gave first Sanskrit teaching there. Later in Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid Publications: Review of Gelabert y Gordiola’s Manual de lengua sanscrita in La Unión católica 24. &…

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RIVERO GODOY, Francisco María

RIVERO GODOY, Francisco María (also R. y Godoy). 18?? — 1???. Spanish Diplomat and Sanskrit Scholar. Son of Nicolás María Rivero, a politician and diplomat. Grew up in Málaga, studied at Madrid. Ph.D. 1866 (diss. on Demosthenes). From 1877 the first Professor of Sanskrit at Madrid, but after few years resigned…

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