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  • EASTMAN, Alvan Clark

    EASTMAN, Alvan Clark. München 10.1.1894 — 9.9.1959. U.S. Art Historian. From 1923 Assistant in Oriental Division in Museum of Fine Art in Boston. ...

  • EASTON, Morton William

    EASTON, Morton William. Hartford, Conn. 18.8.1841 — 21.8.1917. U.S. Linguist. Professor in Philadelphia. Son of Oliver Hastings E. and Emeline Maria Brace. Educated ...

  • EASTWICK, Edward Backhouse

    EASTWICK, Edward Backhouse. Warfield, Berkshire 13.3.1814 — Ventnor, Isle of Wight 16.7.1883. British Colonial Officer, Diplomat, Indologist and Orientalist (Urdu and ...

  • EATON, Adoniram Judson

    EATON, Adoniram Judson. Annapolis, Nova Scotia 16.10.1850 — Quebec 1928. Canadian Indologist and Classical Scholar. Son of Thomas Woodworth E. and ...

  • EBEL, Hermann Wilhelm

    EBEL, Hermann Wilhelm. Berlin 10.5.1820 — Misdroy 19.8.1874. German Linguist (IE and Celtic). Professor in Berlin. Studies of classical philology and history at ...

  • ECHAURI MARTÍNEZ, Eustaquio

    ECHAURI MARTÍNEZ, Eustaquio. Azcona 1873 — Madrid 1953. Spanish Classical Philologist and Philosopher. Studied at seminary of Pamplona, but ...

  • ECKE, Emil-Wilhelm-Gustav

    ECKE, Emil-Wilhelm-Gustav. Bonn 1896 — Honolulu 18.12.1971. German Art Historian in China and U.S.A. Son of Gustav Ecke, ...

  • ECKSTEIN, Ferdinand d’

    ECKSTEIN, Ferdinand d’. Copenhagen 1790 — 1862 (when 71). Baron. French Historian of Danish Origin. Details of his origin are unclear, the title ...

  • EDELBERG, Johan Lorentz Lennart Fraas

    EDELBERG, Johan Lorentz Lennart Fraas. Copenhagen 19.5.1915 — Ribe 11.11.1981. Danish Biologist and Ethnologist, ...

  • EDGAR, James Huston

    EDGAR, James Huston. 1872 — 1936. Rev. British Missionary in China, wrote studies on Chinese and Tibetan Ethnology. Working for China Inland Mission ...

  • EDGERTON, Eleanor

    EDGERTON, Eleanor (née Hill). 1??? — 19??. Second wife (from 195?) of —> Franklin E. Collaborated with him in the Meghadūta translation. Survived ...

  • EDGERTON, Franklin

    EDGERTON, Franklin. Le Mars, Iowa 24.7.1885 — Laramie, Wyoming 7.12. 1963. U.S. Indologist. Professor in New Haven. Son of a civil ...

  • EDGREN, August Hjalmar

    EDGREN, August Hjalmar. Karlskoga 18.10.1840 — Djursholm 9.12.1903. Swedish Indologist and Linguist, partly ...

  • EDWARDES, Stephen Meredyth

    EDWARDES, Stephen Meredyth. 1873 — 1.1.1927. British Civil Servant and Historian in India, from 1923 editor of the Indian ...

  • EDWARDS, James Fairbrother

    EDWARDS, James Fairbrother. Bolton, Lancastershire 25.3.1875 — Auburndale, Polk County, Florida 5.12.1951. Rev. British Missionary and Indologist, especially a Marathi Scholar. ...

  • EELSINGH, Herman Frederik

    EELSINGH, Herman Frederik. Tienhoven (Zuid-Holland) 18?? — Utrecht 1909. Dutch Indologist. Student of Caland at Utrecht, Ph.D. there 1908. Died young.

  • EGGELING, Julius

    EGGELING, Julius. Hecklingen bei Staßfurt (Hartz) 12.7.1842 — Witten 13.3. 1918. German Indologist. Professor in Edinburgh. After Gymnasium in Bernburg, studies ...

  • EGGER, Josef

    EGGER, Josef. 18?? — 1???. Austrian Student of IE Linguistics. Ph.D. 1880 Wien. He was probably teacher first in Graz, then in the 1880s in Vienna. He must not be confused (as was ...

  • EGGERMONT, Pierre Herman Leonard

    EGGERMONT, Pierre Herman Leonard. Menado, ...

  • EGGERS, Alexander

    EGGERS, Alexander. Reval (Tallinn) 3.4.1864 — Karlshorst 13.6.1937. German (of Estonia) Schoolteacher, a former Student of Indology. Son of businessman Alexander E. (1828–1877) ...

  • EGGERS, Wilhelm

    EGGERS, Wilhelm. Magdeburg 23.4.1888 — 19??. German Student of Indology. Son of a contractor (then geh. Baurat). Gymnasium 1898-1908 in Aschersleben, stopped at Unterprima without ...

  • EGUILAZ Y YANGUAZ, Leopoldo

    EGUILAZ Y YANGUAZ, Leopoldo. Mazzarrón (prov. Murcia) 29.9.1829 — Granada 1906. Spanish Literate interested in Sanskrit. Professor in Granada. Dr.iuris Madrid. From 1864 ...

  • EHNI, Jacques David

    EHNI, Jacques David. Stuttgart 25.11.1827 — Nyon 19.7.1903. German Indologist, Scholar of Religion and Valdesian Theologian in Switzeland. In 1841-45 (?) ...

  • EHRENFELS, Umar Rolf, Baron von

    EHRENFELS, Umar Rolf, Baron von (born as Rolf Werner Leopold von E.). Prague 28.4.1901 — Neckargemünd 7.2.1980. Austrian (Czech) Anthropologist in India and ...

  • EHRLICH, Hugo

    EHRLICH, Hugo. Hannover 30.10.1878 — Masuria 1914. German IE Linguist. Educated in Hannover, studied IE and classical philology at Jena and Leipzig (mainly ...

  • EICHHOFF, Frédéric-Gustave

    EICHHOFF, Frédéric-Gustave. Le Havre 17.8.1799 — Paris 11.5.1875. French (of German origin) Linguist. Born as the son of a Hamburg merchant ...

  • EICKSTEDT, Egon Rudolf Ernst Adolf Hans Dubslaff, Freiherr von

    EICKSTEDT, Egon Rudolf Ernst Adolf Hans Dubslaff, Freiherr von. Jersitz, Kreis Posen-Ost 10.4.1892 — Mainz 20.12.1965. German Ethnologist. Professor ...

  • EIDLITZ, Walther

    EIDLITZ, Walther. Vienna 28.8.1892 — Vaxholm 28.8.1978. Austrian Author interested in Indian Religion. Studies at Technische Hochschule, Vienna, graduated as building engineer. Participated ...

  • EILERS, Wilhelm M. J.

    EILERS, Wilhelm M. J. Leipzig 27.9.1906 — Würzburg 3.7.1989. German Oriental (Semitic) and Iranian Scholar. Professor in Würzburg. Son of a ...

  • EITEL, Ernst Johann

    EITEL, Ernst Johann. 13.2.1838 — 10.11.1908. German Missionary in China, Sinologist and Buddhist Scholar. Studies at Schönthal Seminary and Tübingen University (Ph.D. 1871). ...

  • EKELUND, Jakob

    EKELUND, Jakob. Valla (Bohuslän) 17.12.1790 — 6.12.1840. Swedish Teacher and Historian interested in India. Son on Johannes E., an assistant minister, and Anna ...

  • EKENSTAM, Fabian Wilhelm af

    EKENSTAM, Fabian Wilhelm af (until 1810 Ekenman). Sålla (Sjögestad, Östergötland) 10.10.1786 — Stora Tona (Västerås stift) 7.2.1868. Swedish Priest interested in Sanskrit. Son ...

  • EKLUND, Johan Alfred

    EKLUND, Johan Alfred. Ryda, Skaraborgs län 7.1.1863 — Brunskog, Värmland 23.8.1945. Swedish Priest and Scholar of Religion. Son of ...

  • EKVALL, Robert Brainerd

    EKVALL, Robert Brainerd. Minhsien, Kansu 18.2.1898 — 1978. U.S. Missionary and Tibetan Scholar. Born in China as a son of a ...

  • ÈL’MANOVIČ, S. D

    ÈL’MANOVIČ, S. D. 18?? — 19??. Russian. His Manu translation was made directly from Sanskrit, but was found somewhat defective in many details. ...

  • ELIADE, Mircea

    ELIADE, Mircea. Bucharest 9.3.1907 (his own, others say rather 13.3., Old Era 28.2.) — Chicago 22.4.1986. Romanian Scholar of Comparative Religion ...

  • ELIAS, Ney

    ELIAS, Ney. Widmore, Kent 10.2.1844 — London 31.5.1897. British Diplomat and Explorer. Son of Ney Elias, educated in London, Paris and Dresden. “Went ...

  • ELLIOT, Henry Miers

    ELLIOT, Henry Miers. Westminster 1.3.1808 — Cape Colony 20.12.1853. British Civil Servant in India and a Historian of Muhammadan India. Son ...

  • ELLIOT, Walter

    ELLIOT, Walter. Edinburgh 16.1.1803 — Wolfelee, Roxburghshire 1.3.1887. British (Scots) Civil Servant, Indologist, Epigraphist and naturalist in India. Son of James ...

  • ELLIOTT, Charles

    ELLIOTT, Charles. 10.12.1776 — 4.5.1856. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Charles E., a cabinet-maker, Sarah Ann Sherman. He “voluntarily passed through ...

  • ELLIS, Francis Whyte

    ELLIS, Francis Whyte. 1777? — Ramnad 10.3.1819. British Civil Servant in India and a Pioneer of Indology. From 1796 at Madras ...

  • ELMORE, Wilber Theodore

    ELMORE, Wilber Theodore. 1871 — 1935. U.S. (?) Baptist Missionary in India. Ph.D. 1915 University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Worked in Rampatnam, South India ...

  • ELPHINSTONE, Mountstuart

    ELPHINSTONE, Mountstuart. Dumbarton 6.10.1779 — Hookwood, Surrey 20.11.1859. British (Scots) Civil Servant in India. Son of the 11th Baron E., educated in Edinburgh ...

  • ELWELL, Levi Henry

    ELWELL, Levi Henry. Northampton, Mass. 22.3.1854 — Ibid. 27.12.1916. U.S. Indologist and Classical scholar. Son of Levi Henry E. and Harriet ...

  • ELWIN, H. Verrier

    ELWIN, H. Verrier. Dover 29.8.1902 — Delhi 22.2.1964. British Anthropologist in India. Son of the Right Rev. Bishop Elwin of Sierra Leone, educated ...

  • EMELEN, Arthur van

    EMELEN, Arthur van. 18?? — 19??. S.J. Rev. Belgian Missionary in Chota Nagpur, India, in the 1920s.

  • EMINESCU, Mihai

    EMINESCU, Mihai. Botoşani 15.1.1850 — Bucharest 15.6.1889. Romanian Poet interested in India. One of Romania’s most notable poets. Of somewhat unclear origin, son ...

  • ENDLE, Sidney

    ENDLE, Sidney. 1840? — 1907. Rev. Worked 43 years as missionary and chaplain in Assam, among Kachari Baras (Bodos).

  • ENGELSMANN, Gabriel

    ENGELSMANN, Gabriel. 18?? — 1???. Student of Indology in Austria. Ph.D. 1885 Wien. Perhaps from a learned Jewish family in what is now ...

  • ENTHOVEN, Reginald Edward

    ENTHOVEN, Reginald Edward. Hastings 23.11.1869 — Boars Hill U.K. 21.5.1952 (when 82). British ...

  • ENTWISTLE, Alan W

    ENTWISTLE, Alan W. Weymouth 10.3.1949 — 28.3.1996. British Indologist in the U.S.A. Professor in Seattle. Studies at University of Southampton (B.A. ...

  • ERDMAN, Axel

    ERDMAN, Axel. Stockholm 6.2.1843 — Uppsala 8.11.1926. Swedish Linguist. Professor of English in Uppsala. Son of the mineralogist Axel J. E. ...

  • ERDMANN, Franz von

    ERDMANN, Franz von (Fëdor Ivanovič Èrdman). Ludwigslust/Mecklenburg 1793 (or 1795) — Kazan 2/14.2.1862. German Historian of Asia in Russia. Son of Johann Enrst ...

  • ERGARDT, Jan

    ERGARDT, Jan. 1936 — 23.12.1992. Swedish Scholar of Comparative Religion, especially Buddhism. He taught at Lund University and died after long illness. He applied his knowledge of modern psychology to interpretation of Buddhism.

  • ERNOUT, Alfred Georges

    ERNOUT, Alfred Georges. Lille 30.10.1879 — Paris 16.6.1973. French IE and Classical Linguist, mainly Latin Scholar. Son of Léon E., tradesman in Lille, ...

  • ERNŠTEDT (Jernstedt), Petr Viktorovič

    ERNŠTEDT (Jernstedt), Petr Viktorovič. Gačina (Hačina) 9.(21.)6.1890 — 25.12.1966. Russian Egyptologist. Son of a scholar. Graduated 1913 ...

  • ERSKINE, William

    ERSKINE, William. 8.11.1773 — Edinburgh 20.5.1852. British (Scots) Civil Servant and Lawyer. 1804-23 in India. Son of David E. and Jean Melvin, educated ...

  • ESCHMANN, Anncharlott

    ESCHMANN, Anncharlott. Munich 24.9.1941 — Delhi 6.4.1977. German Indologist. Daughter of Professor Ernst E. Grew up in Ticino, Switzerland. From 1961 ...

  • ESNOUL, Anne-Marie

    ESNOUL, Anne-Marie. Saint-Malo 1908 — Saint-Malo 1996. French Indologist. After school in Saint-Malo and licence de philosophie in Paris, studied from ...

  • ESSER, Alexander Albert Maria

    ESSER, Alexander Albert Maria. Düsseldorf 25.1.1885 — 1972. German Physician interested in Sanskrit. Son of Wilhelm E., owner of ...

  • ESSERS, Bénard

    ESSERS, Bénard. Den Helder ?.8.1919 — Beekbergen 23.6.1960. Dutch Theologian interested in Indology. Studies at Amsterdam (Faddegon and Lohuizen-De Leeuw). Th.D. 1952 Groningen (under T. C. Vriezen). Married 1951 Jansje Dieuwke ten Berge.

  • ESTELLER Y MELIÀ, Adolfo

    ESTELLER Y MELIÀ, Adolfo. Alcanar (Montsià) near Valencia 10.1.1899 — 18.3.1984. S.J. Spanish ...

  • ESTÊVÃO, Tomás

    ESTÊVÃO, Tomás —> Stephens, Thomas.

  • ETTINGHAUSEN, Maurice Leon

    ETTINGHAUSEN, Maurice Leon. Paris 25.1.1883 — Oxford 14.11.1974. French (Jewish) student of Indology. Son of Herman Lionel E. and Henriette M. Oppenheimer. Ph.D. ...

  • EVANS-WENTZ, Walter Yeeling

    EVANS-WENTZ, Walter Yeeling (born Wentz, added his mother’s surname c. 1910). Trento N.J ...

  • EVEREST, George

    EVEREST, George. Gwerndale (Brecon) 4.6.1790 — London 1.12.1866. Sir. British (Welsh) Colonial Officer and Geographer in India. Eponymous for Mount Everest. Son of ...

  • EVERETT, Charles Carroll

    EVERETT, Charles Carroll. Brundwick, Maine 19.6.1829 — Cambridge MA 16.10.1900. U.S. Theologian interested in Indian Philosophy. Professor in Harvard. Graduated at Bowdoin College ...

  • EVOLA, Giulio (Julius) Cesare Andrea

    EVOLA, Giulio (Julius) Cesare Andrea. Rome 19.5.1889 — Rome 11.6.1974. Italian Lawyer, Poet, Painter, Author, and Rightist Politician and Philosopher interested in Asian ...

  • EWALD, Georg Heinrich August (von)

    EWALD, Georg Heinrich August (von). Göttingen 16.11.1803 — Göttingen 4.5.1875. German Orientalist, specially ...

  • EWING, Arthur Henry

    EWING, Arthur Henry. Saltsburg, Pa. 18.10.1864 — 13.9.1912. U.S. Missionary and Indologist in India. Son of the farmer James Henry E. ...

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