PAPINIU, Eugen

PAPINIU, Eugen. 18?? — 19??. Romanian. In 1918 in London. One E.P. was Ambassador in 1941. Bănăţeanu (Vi-BhQ 27, 1961, 258) calls him “Indianist”. Publications: Translated directly from Sanskrit: Kālidāsa, Śakuntalā, dramă sanscrită, în româneşte de Eusebiu Camilar după traducerea din original a lui E.P. p. 122. Bucureşti 1964. Sources:…

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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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NORONHA E FARO, Annibal Mello de

NORONHA E FARO, Annibal Mello de. 1??? — ??. Brazilian Author. One Annibal Mello was born in 1893 in Curitiba, but the São Paulo university’s alphabetical list gives our author under N (uspdigital.usp.br/apolo/apoObterAtividade?cod_oferecimentoatv=22423). Publications: Mahabharata. Reconstrução da epopéia feita sôbre or originais scritos com prolegômenos, comentários e anotações. 55+347 p.…

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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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MORLEY, William Hook

MORLEY, William Hook. 1815 — London 21.5.1860. British Oriental Scholar. Son of George M., a lawyer. “Educated for the legal profession, called to the bar in 1840. A notable Oriental scholar, well versed in Arabic and Persian literature. Member of the R.A.S. from 1847, Librarian to the Society from 1859.”…

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MOORE, Osbert (Ñānamoli Thera)

MOORE, Osbert John S. (Ñānamoli Thera). Cambridge 25.6.1905 — Veheragama near Mahawa 8.3.1960. British Bauddha and Buddhist Scholar. Lived in Sri Lanka 1949–60. Son of John Edmund Sharrock Moore, a biologist, and Heloise Salvin. Studies at Exeter College, Oxford. During the war served as officer in Italy, read Evola’s Dottrina…

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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;…

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MILTNER, Vladimír

MILTNER, Vladimír. Plzeň 6.7.1933 — Mathura 13.1.1997. Czech Indologist (Sanskrit and Hindi Scholar). After gymnasium in Karlovy Vary studies in Prague. Ph.D. From 1967 worked as research scholar of the Czech Academy, first three years in Paris, with a long break for political reasons from the early 1970s to the…

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MICHEL, Charles

MICHEL, Charles. 24.7.1853 — Madeleine near Lille 21.12.1929. Belgian Classical Scholar interested in Sanskrit. Studies of Classics and Sanskrit at Louvain (Nève), and Paris (Bergaigne). Dr. en philosophie et lettres 1876 Louvain. Docent at Liège until 1885, in 1885-1892 Professor at Gand (Ghent, ord. 1888) and from 1892 at Liège.…

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MICHALSKI-IWIEŃSKI, Stanisław Franciszek

MICHALSKI-IWIEŃSKI, Stanisław Franciszek. Tarnogród 29.1.1881 — Łodz 8.8.1961. Polish Indologist. Professor in Łodz. Studies at Warsaw, then Indology at Vienna (L. v. Schroeder and P. Kretschmer) and Göttingen (Oldenberg & Wackernagel). Ph.D. 1911/12 Vienna. Durin WW I in Switzerland. In the 1920s and 1930s living in Warsaw, where he worked in 1930-39…

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