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  • GAÁL, László

    GAÁL, László. Karcag 22.1.1891 — Karcag 13.6.1964. Hungarian Classical and Iranian Scholar. Professor in Debrecen. Studies ...

  • GAASTRA, Dieuke

    GAASTRA, Dieuke. Dordrecht 18?? — 19??. Mrs. Dutch Indologist. Student of Caland. Ph.D. 1906 Utrecht. One ...

  • GABAIN, Annemarie von

    GABAIN, Annemarie von. Mörchingen 4.7.1901 — Berlin 15.1.1993. German Central Asian (Turcic) Scholar. Professor in Hamburg. Daughter of an officer with ...

  • GABELENTZ-LINSINGEN, Hans Albert von der

    GABELENTZ-LINSINGEN, Hans Albert von der. Altenburg 14.11.1834 — Weimar 5.3.1892. German Naturalist ...

  • GABELENTZ, Hans Conon von der

    GABELENTZ, Hans Conon von der. Altenburg (Thüringen) 13.10.1807 — Lemnitz bei Triptis (Thüringen) 3.9.1874. German Linguist. Son of ...

  • GABELENTZ, Hans Georg Conon von der

    GABELENTZ, Hans Georg Conon von der. ...

  • GABET, Joseph

    GABET, Joseph. Nevy-sur-Seille (Jura) 4.12.1808 — Rio de Janeiro 3.3.1853. French Lazarist Missionary in China. Son of a ...

  • GACHET, Benjamin

    GACHET, Benjamin. Lille 1839 — 1???. French Linguist. In 1871 he was a repetiteur at the É.P.H.É. In ...

  • GAEDICKE, Carl

    GAEDICKE, Carl. 18?? — 1880?. German Indologist. A student of Delbrück. Ph.D. 1877 Jena, but died soon after finishing his study ...

  • GAIT, Edward Albert

    GAIT, Edward Albert. 16.8.1863 — Ealing, London 14.3.1950. Sir. British Civil Servant and Assamese Scholar in India. Son ...

  • GALANOS, Demetrios (Δημήτριος Γαλανός)

    GALANOS, Demetrios (Δημήτριος Γαλανός). Athens 1760 — Varanasi 3.5.1833. Greek Indologist in India. Son of Pantaleon ...

  • GALLÉE, Johan Hendrik

    GALLÉE, Johan Hendrik. Vorden, Bronckhorst 9.9.1847 — Utrecht 3.2.1908. Dutch Linguist. Professor of IE Philology at Utrecht. Son ...

  • GALLETTI DI CADILHAC, Arthur Mario Collier

    GALLETTI DI CADILHAC, Arthur Mario Collier. London 1877 — 1967. British (with Italian background) Civil Servant in India. Son of Count ...

  • GALLOIS-MONTBRUN, Joseph Armand

    GALLOIS-MONTBRUN, Joseph Armand. Monaco 19.3.1793 — Nice 21.12.1875.

  • GALVÃO, Antonio

    GALVÃO, António (A. Galvano). Lisbon 1490? — Lisbon 11.3.1557. Portuguese Historian of Colonial India. Son of the chronicler ...

  • GAMPERT, Vilem (Wilhelm)

    GAMPERT, Vilém (Wilhelm). Prague 29.6.1902 — Prague 14.3.1987. Czech Indologist. Studied Indology at German University of ...

  • GANANDER, Christfried

    GANANDER, Christfried. Haapajärvi 21.11.1741 — Rantsila 17.2.1790. Finnish Clergyman, Folklorist and Lexicographer. Son of Rev. Thomas G. (d. ...

  • GANGULI, Milada

    GANGULI, Milada. Přerov 10.7.1913 — 2000. Czechwoman in India. Educated in Prague and London, in London met the ...

  • GARBE, Richard Karl (von)

    GARBE, Richard Karl (von). Bredow bei Stettin 9.3.1857 — Tübingen 22.9. 1927. German Indologist. Professor in ...

  • GARCIA AYUSO, Francisco

    GARCIA AYUSO, Francisco. Valverde del Camino (V. del Majano) near Segovia 1835 — Madrid 1897. Spanish ...

  • GARÇIN DE TASSY, Joseph-Héliodore-Sagesse-Vertu

    GARCIN DE TASSY, Joseph-Héliodore-Sagesse-Vertu. Marseille 20.1.1794 — Paris 2.9.1878. French Indologist (Hindi-Urdu Scholar) and Orientalist. Professor ...

  • GARDNER, Percy

    GARDNER, Percy. Hackney, Middlesex 24.11.1846 — Oxford 17.7.1937. British Classical Archaeologist and Historian. Professor in Oxford. Son of Thomas G., a stockbroker, and ...

  • GARIBAY KINTANA, Angel María

    GARIBAY KINTANA, Angel María. Toluca, México 18.6.1892 — Ciudad de México 19.10.1967. Mexican Linguist (Nahuatl Scholar) also interested ...

  • GARNIER-MOEWES, Katharine von (née Moewes)

    GARNIER-MOEWES, Katharine von (née Moewes). Berlin 28.4.1863 — Bad Kösen a. d. ...

  • GARRETT, Herbert Leonard Offley

    GARRETT, Herbert Leonard Offley. Cambridge 16.6.1881 ...

  • GARRETT, John

    GARRETT, John. 8.11.1815 — 20.6.1893. British Methodist Missionary and Clergyman in India. Originally a printer. Came ...

  • GARREZ, Pierre-Gustave

    GARREZ, Pierre-Gustave. Rome 20.4.1834 — Paris 3.12.1888. French Indologist. Born in Rome, where ...

  • GARRICK, Henry Baily Wade

    GARRICK, Henry Baily Wade. 18?? — 1???. British Archaeologist and Literate in India. Attended South Kensington School of ...

  • GARRITSEN, F.

    GARRITSEN, F. 19?? — 1974. Dutch Indologist. Studies at Utrecht under Gonda, whose Assistant he was from 1971 until his premature death. Therefore he could not finish his dissertation.

    Publications: apparently published ...

  • GÄRTCHEN, Adolf Friedrich Hermann Paul

    GÄRTCHEN, Adolf Friedrich Hermann Paul. Herrnstadt, Kr. Guhrau, Silesia (now Wąsosz in ...

  • GARTHWAITE, James Grant Liston

    GARTHWAITE, James Grant Liston. 1833 — Glenelg, ...

  • GĄSIOR, Pawel.

    GĄSIOR, Pawel. 19?? — 199?. Polish Indologist (Hindī). ...

  • GATELLIER, Marie

    GATELLIER, Marie. 4.4.1940 — 9.5.1993. French Art Historian of Burma and Sri Lanka

  • GATTI, Riccardo

    GATTI, Riccardo. 18?? — 19??. Italian Linguist. A ...

  • GATTI, Stanislao

    GATTI, Stanislao. Naples 1820 — Benevento 4.2.1870. Italian Philosopher – one of the Napoletan Hegelians – also interested ...

  • GAUTHIOT, Robert

    GAUTHIOT, Robert. Paris 13.6.1872 — Val-de-Grâce 11.9.1916. French Linguist, specialist in Iranian and Uralic, a Pioneer ...

  • GAWROŃSKA, Antonina

    GAWROŃSKA, Antonina (née Miłkowskaja). 1864? — 1944?. Polish Teacher and Translator. Mother of —> Andrzej G. Married with ...

  • GAWROŃSKI, Andrzej

    GAWROŃSKI, Andrzej. Geneva 20.6.1885 — Warsaw (or Jósefów?) 11.1.1927. Polish Indologist. Professor in Lwów. For parents ...

  • GEBAUER, Jan

    GEBAUER, Jan. Úbislavice (Auslauf) near Nová Paka 8.10.1838 — Prague 25.5.1907. Czech Slavic and IE Linguist. Professor of ...

  • GEDEN, Alfred Shenington

    GEDEN, Alfred Shenington. Didsbury, Manchester 26.11.1857 — Bromley, London 3.8.1936. British Scholar of Religion. Son of John Dury ...

  • GEDNEY, William John

    GEDNEY, William John. Orchards, Wash. 4.4.1915 — 1999. U.S. Linguist, interested in Sanskrit, Pāli and especially Thai. Professor ...

  • GEHMAN, Henry Snyder

    GEHMAN, Henry Snyder. Ephrata, Lancaster Co., Pa. 1.6.1888 — Princeton NJ 13.5.1981. U.S. Classical scholar, Semitist ...

  • GEHRTS, Heino

    GEHRTS, Heino. Hamburg 9.6.1913 — Alt Mölln, Lauenburg 10.10.1998. German Folklore Scholar. Educated in Hamburg, from 1933 studies of chemistry at ...

  • GEIGER, Bernhard

    GEIGER, Bernhard. Bielitz-Biala (Polish Bielsko, then in Austrian Silesia) 30.4.1881 — New York 5.7.1964. Austrian Indo-Iranian ...

  • GEIGER, Magdalene

    GEIGER, Magdalene (née Grobe). Calbe (an der Saale) 19.6.1877 — 25.1. 1960. German Indologist. Wife of ...

  • GEIGER, Wilhelm Ludwig

    GEIGER, Wilhelm Ludwig. Nürnberg 21.7.1856 — Neubiberg near Munich 2.9. 1943. German Iranian Scholar and Indologist. ...

  • GEISLER, Carl

    GEISLER, Carl. 18?? — 1???. Austrian Student of IE Linguistics. Ph.D. 1873 Wien.

    Publications:

  • GELABERT Y GORDIOLA, Juan

    GELABERT Y GORDIOLA, Juan. Palma de Mallorca or Sóller 1843 — Madrid 1894. Spanish Linguist and ...

  • GELDER, Jeannette Maria van

    GELDER, Jeannette Maria van. Leiden 2.8.1894 ...

  • GELDNER, Karl Friedrich

    GELDNER, Karl Friedrich. Saalfeld (Sachsen-Meiningen) 17.12.1852 — Marburg/Lahn 5.2.1929. German Indologist and Iranian Scholar. Professor in ...

  • GELPKE, Fritz Ludwig

    GELPKE, Fritz Ludwig. Pekalongen (Java) 1896 — 1945. German Indologist. Son of Karl Otto G. and ...

  • GEMELLI CARRERI, Giovanni Francesco

    GEMELLI CARERI (G. CARRERI), Giovanni Francesco. Radicena, Terranova 1651 (1661?) — Naples ...

  • GEMINIANUS A SANCTA OCTAVIA

    GEMINIANUS A SANCTA OCTAVIA (wrongly Gemignanus a Sancto Octavio, Gemignano Da Sant’ Ottavio). Modena 1702? — on sea near Corfu, January 1763. Italian ...

  • GENTIL, Jean Baptiste Joseph

    GENTIL, Jean Baptiste Joseph. Bagnols 25.6.1726 — Bagnols 15.2.1799. French Officer in India. Born in a noble family, ...

  • GEORGAKAS, Demetrios Ioannes

    GEORGAKAS, Demetrios Ioannes (Δημήτριος Ιωάννης Γεωργακάς; Demetrius John ...

  • GEORGE, Dieter

    GEORGE, Dieter. Frankurt a.M. 12.12.1935 — 8.9.1985. German Indologist. Son of Diplomvolkswirt Walter G. and Renate Robertson. In 1938 the family ...

  • GEORGIAN, Constantin D

    GEORGIAN, Constantin D. Bucharest 2.1.1850 — 26.11.1904. Romanian Indologist, the First Schooled Oriental Scholar of his Country. Son of a shopkeeper, matriculated in ...

  • GEORGIEV, Vladimir Ivanov

    GEORGIEV, Vladimir Ivanov. Gabare near Byala Slatina 3. or 6.2.1908 — Sofia 14.7.1986. Bulgarian IE Linguist and Specialist ...

  • GERARD, Alexander

    GERARD, Alexander. Aberdeen 17.2.1792 — Aberdeen 15.12.1839. British (Scottish) Colonial Officer and Explorer in India. Son of Gilbert ...

  • GERARD, James Gilbert

    GERARD, James Gilbert. 1795 — Sabathu 31.3.1835. British (Scottish) Military Physician and Explorer in India. Son of Gilbert ...

  • GERARD, Patrick

    GERARD, Patrick. 11.6.1794 — Simla 4.10.1848. British Officer and Scientist in India. Son of Gilbert G., D.D., and Helen Duncan, brother of —> Alexander ...

  • GERINI, Gerolamo Emilio

    GERINI, Gerolamo Emilio. Cisano sul Neva (Albenga) 10.3.1860 — Turin 11.10.1913. Italian Officer and South-East Asian Scholar in ...

  • GETTY, Alice

    GETTY, Alice. Muskegon Mich. 1865 — New York 12.6.1946. U.S. Art Historian. Daughter of ...

  • GEYLER, Alexius

    GEYLER, Alexius. 18?? — 1???. German Student. Ph.D. 1875 Jena. One Dr. AG was vicar in Frankenthal in ...

  • GHEYN, Joseph-Marie-Martin van den

    GHEYN, Joseph-Marie-Martin van den. Gand 25.5.1854 ...

  • GHICA, Elena (nom-de-plume Dora D’Istria), princess (in marriage Duchess Koltsova-Massalskaja)

    GHICA, Elena (nom-de-plume Dora D’Istria), princess (in marriage Duchess Koltsova-Massalskaja). Bucharest 3.2.1828 ...

  • GHILAINE, Antoine

    GHILAIN, Antoine. Petit-Rœulx-les-Braine, Hainaut 25.1.1901 — Arguennes, Hainaut 1.4.1947. Abbé. Belgian Catholic Priest and Schoolteacher, Iranian ...

  • GHIRSHMAN, Roman (Roman Mihajlovič Giršman)

    GHIRSHMAN, Roman (Roman Mihajlovič Giršman). Harkiv 3.10.1895 — Budapest 5.9.1979. Russian Archaeologist of Iran in France. ...

  • GHIRSHMAN, Tania (Antoinette Levienne)

    GHIRSHMAN, Tania (born Antoinette Levienne). Constantinople 1900 — 1984. The wife and competent helper of —> Roman Gh., ...

  • GIACOMINO, Claudio.

    GIACOMINO, Claudio. Turin 17.6.1848 — 1923. Italian Linguist. Ph.D. Professor ord. of “lettere latine e greche” at R. ...

  • GIBBS, James

    GIBBS, James. Walbrook, Middlesex 1825 — Bombay (?) 30.10.1886. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Right Hon. ...

  • GIEDDE, Ove

    GIEDDE, Ove. Tommerup, Skåne 17.12.1594 — Copenhagen 19.12.1660. Danish Admiral. Son of Brostrup Giedde (d. 1614) and Dorthe Ulfeldt (d. 1622). In 1609-12 at a ...

  • GIL’FERDING (Hilferding), Aleksandr Fedorovič

    GIL’FERDING, Aleksandr Fedorovič (Alexander Hilferding). Warsaw 2.7.1831 — Kargopol 20.7. 1872. Russian Historian, Slavic Linguist and Folklorist interested ...

  • GILBERTSON, George Waters

    GILBERTSON, George Waters. 1860 — 23.6.1941. British Colonial Officer in India. Apparently served in north-western border regions. Retired as ...

  • GILCHRIST, John Borthwick

    GILCHRIST, John Borthwick (born John Hay G.). Edinburgh 19.6.1759 — Paris 9.1.1841. British (Scottish) Indologist, a ...

  • GILDEMEISTER, Johannes Gustav

    GILDEMEISTER, Johannes Gustav. Klein-Siemen/Mecklenburg 20.7.1812 — Bonn 11.3.1890. German Indologist and Orientalist. Professor in Marburg and ...

  • GILES, Herbert Allen

    GILES, Herbert Allen. Oxford 8.12.1845 — Cambridge 13.2.1935. British Sinologist. Professor in Cambridge. Son of John Allen G., ...

  • GILES, Peter

    GILES, Peter. Strichen, Buchan dt., Aberdeenshire 20.10.1860 — Cambridge 17.9.1935. British (Scottish) Linguist and Classical Philologist. Reader in ...

  • GILL, Robert

    GILL, Robert. Hackney, London 26.9.1804 — on route from Ajanta to Bhusawal 10.4.1879. British Officer (Major), Artist and ...

  • GINNEKEN, Jacques (Jacobus Johannes Antonius) van

    GINNEKEN, Jacques (Jacobus Johannes Antonius) van. Oudenbosch 21.4.1877 — Nijmegen 20.10.1945. S.J. ...

  • GINZEL, Friedrich Karl

    GINZEL, Friedrich Karl. Reichenberg (Liberec) 23.2.1850 — Berlin 29.6.1926. Austrian (Bohemian) Astronomer in Berlin. Son of Friedrich G. ...

  • GIORDANO, Ferruccio Ducrey, conte

    GIORDANO, Ferruccio Ducrey, conte. Turin 3.10.1928 — 8.7.1976. Italian Art Historian interested in Indology. Born of a Piemontese ...

  • GIORGI, Antonio Agostino

    GIORGI, Antonio Agostino (Augustinus Antonius Georgius; baptized Francesco Maria Giorgi). Santo Mauro di Romagna (near Rimini) 10.5.1711 — ...

  • GIRARD DE RIALLE, Julien

    GIRARD DE RIALLE, Julien. Paris 27.9.1841 — Santiago (Chile) 23.11.1904. French Civil Servant and Diplomat interested ...

  • GIRARD, A

    GIRARD, A. 18?? — Liège 1887. Abbé. Belgian ...

  • GIRAUDEAU, Pierre-Philippe

    GIRAUDEAU, Pierre-Philippe. Saint-Mars-de-Coutais (Loire-Intérieure) 17.3.1850 — Kangding (Dajianlu), Tibet 13.11.1941. French Catholic Missionary in Tibet. Served in Franco-German ...

  • GIUSEPPE MARIA DA GARGHANO (Bernardino Bernini)

    GIUSEPPE MARIA DA GARGNANO (Iosephus Maria a Gargnano; lay Bernardino Bernini). Gargnano ...

  • GIUSEPPE MARIA DA GARGNANO (Iosephus Maria a Gargnano; lay Bernardino Bernini)

    GIUSEPPE MARIA DA GARGNANO (Iosephus Maria a Gargnano; lay Bernardino Bernini). Gargnano near Brescia (then Venetian Republic) 2.9.1709 (hardly ...

  • GIUSSANI, Carlo

    GIUSSANI, Carlo. Milano 6.11.1840 — Milano 21.4.1900. Italian Indologist and Classical Scholar. Teacher in Milano. Son of Giovanni G. and Angela ...

  • GLADWIN, Francis

    GLADWIN, Francis. 1745? — 1812/13. British Colonial Officer and Orientalist (Persian Scholar) in India. Served in the Bengal ...

  • GLASENAPP, Otto Georg Bogislav von

    GLASENAPP, Otto Georg Bogislav von. Schivelbein/Hinterpommern 30.9.1853 — Berlin 3.3.1928. German Lawyer ...

  • GLASENAPP, Otto Max Helmuth von

    GLASENAPP, Otto Max Helmuth von. Berlin ...

  • GLASER, Karel (Karol Glazer)

    GLASER, Karel (Karol Glazer). Kötsch bei Marburg (now Hočen n. Maribor, in Slovenia) 3.2.1845 — ibid. ...

  • GLEHN, Edmund Theophil de (von)

    GLEHN, Edmund Theophil de (von). Reval (Tallinn) 3.1.1800 — Ibid. 20.1.1884. Baltic German Physician interested in India. Son ...

  • GLEIG, George Robert

    GLEIG, George Robert. Stirling 20.4.1796 — Stratfield Turgis near Winchfield 9.7.1888. Rev. British (Scottish) Priest and Historian of ...

  • GLEYE, Arthur

    GLEYE, Arthur. Riga 21.10.1867 — Riga 5.2.1937. German (Livonian) Student of IE Linguistics. Born in a middle class family, studied in 1888-91 comparative ...

  • GOBINEAU, Joseph Arthur, “comte” de

    GOBINEAU, Joseph Arthur, “comte” de. Ville d’Avray near Paris 14.7.1816 — Turin 13.10.1882. French Diplomat, Iranian Scholar and ...

  • GÖBL, Robert

    GÖBL, Robert. Vienna 4.8.1919 — Vienna 8.12.1997. Austrian Numismatist. Professor in Vienna. After gymnasium joined Wehrmacht ...

  • GOBLET D’ALVIELLA, Eugène, comte

    GOBLET D’ALVIELLA, Eugène Félicien Albert, comte. Ixelles (Brussels) 10.8.1846 — Ibid. 9.9.1925. ...

  • GODARD, André

    GODARD, André. Chaumont 21.1.1881 — Paris 31.7./2.8.1965. French Architect and Archaeologist of the Near East, Afghanistan and Iran. ...

  • GODARD, Yedda (née Reuilly)

    GODARD, Yedda (née Reuilly). 1889 — Paris 4.8.1976. French Artist, the Wife and Assistant of —> ...

  • GODINHO DE ERÉDIA, Manuel

    GODINHO DE ERÉDIA, Manuel. Malacca 16.7.1563 — 1623. Malay-Portuguese Author and Cartographer. Son of João de Erédia Aquaviva, an officer of Aragonese-Italian background and Dona Elena Vessiva ...

  • GODINHO, Manuel

    GODINHO, Manuel. Montalvão 1630 (1632?) — Loures 1712. S.J. Portuguese Priest and Missionary in India. Became novice of ...

  • GODWIN-AUSTEN, Henry Haversham

    GODWIN-AUSTEN, Henry Haversham (until 1854 H. H. Austen). Teignmouth, Devon 6.7.1834 — Godalming, Surrey 2.12.1923. British Colonial Officer ...

  • GOETZ, Hermann

    GOETZ, Hermann. Karlsruhe 17.7.1898 — Heidelberg 8.7.1976. German Art Historian, long time in India. Son of ...

  • GOGERLY, Daniel John

    GOGERLY, Daniel John. London 25.8.1792 — buried Colombo 6.9.1862. British Methodist Missionary in Ceylon. Son of ...

  • GOIDANICH (Gojdanić), Pier Gabriele

    GOIDANICH (Gojdanić), Pier Gabriele. Volosca di Lussimpiccolo (now Volosko in Croatia) 30.6.1868 ...

  • GOIDSENHOVEN, Jacques P. van

    GOIDSENHOVEN, Jacques P. van. 4.7.1932 (?) — 23.11.1971. Belgian Art Historian. But birth year seems to be wrong, ...

  • GÓIS, Bento de (Benedictus Goes)

    GÓIS, Bento de (Benedictus Goes). Vila-Franca-do-Campo, Ilha de S. Miguel (Azores) 1562 — Suzhou, Gansu, China 11.4.1607. S.J. ...

  • GOL’DBERG, Nikolaj Maksimovič

    GOL’DBERG, Nikolaj Maksimovič. Moscow 23.4.1891 — Moscow 29.10.1961. Russian Historian of Modern India

  • GOLDINGHAM, John

    GOLDINGHAM, John. London 1767 — Worcester ?.7.1849. British Astronomer in India, also an Architect and Surveyor. Son of ...

  • GOLDSACK, William

    GOLDSACK, William. 1871 — 1957. Australian Baptist Missionary in India. Worked in eastern Bengal (now Bangladesh) from 1899, stationed ...

  • GOLDSCHMIDT, Paul

    GOLDSCHMIDT, Paul. Danzig 19.12.1850 — Galle 7.5.1877. German Indologist. Son of a Kommerzienrat, perhaps somehow (but ...

  • GOLDSCHMIDT, Siegfried

    GOLDSCHMIDT, Siegfried. Kassel 29.10.1844 — Strassburg 31.1.1884. German Indologist. Professor in Strassburg. Born in a Jewish ...

  • GOLDSMID, Frederic John

    GOLDSMID, Frederic John. Milano 19.5.1818 — Brook Green, Hammersmith 12.1.1908. Sir. British Officer in India.

  • GOLDSTREAM, William

    GOLDSTREAM, William. 1841 — 1929?. British Officer in India. Son of John G. and Margaret Dryburgh Menzies. Served in North India. Married 1866 Fanny Caroline ...

  • GOLDSTÜCKER, Theodor

    GOLDSTÜCKER, Theodor. Königsberg 18.1.1821 — London 6.3.1872. German Indologist in the U.K. Professor in London. Born ...

  • GOLDZIHER, Ignász

    GOLDZIHER, Ignász (Ignác, Ignaz G. Yitzhak Yehuda G.). Székesfehérvár 22.6.1850 — Budapest 13.11.1921. Hungarian Oriental (Hebrew and Arabic) ...

  • GOLOUBEW, Victor

    GOLOUBEW, Victor (Viktor Viktorovič Golubev). St.Petersburg 12.2.1878 — Hanoi 19.4.1945. Russian Art Historian in France. Born ...

  • GONÇALVEZ, Diogo

    GONÇALVEZ, Diogo. Vila Real 1561 — Quilon (Kollam) 1640. S.J. Portuguese Jesuit Missionary in India. Joined the S.I. in 1583. Arrived ...

  • GONDA, Jan

    GONDA, Jan. Gouda 14.4.1905 — Utrecht 28.7.1991. Dutch Indologist. Professor in Utrecht. Son of Jan Gonda ...

  • GONZÁLEZ DE LA CALLE, Pedro Urbano

    GONZÁLEZ DE LA CALLE, Pedro Urbano. Madrid 12.11.1879 — México 1966. Spanish Linguist interested in Sanskrit. Son of ...

  • GOOR, Maria E. Lulius van

    GOOR, Maria E. Lulius van —> LULIUS VAN GOOR, M. E.

  • GOOSSENS, Roger

    GOOSSENS, Roger. Brussels 22.12.1903 — Brussels 6.3.1954, when 51. Belgian Philologist. As a student of Boisacq ...

  • GORDON, Antoinette K.

    GORDON, Antoinette K. 1892 — ?.3.1975. U.S. Anthropologist, Specialist of Tibetan Religious Art

  • GORDON, Charles A

    GORDON, Charles A. 1820 — London 30.9.1899. British Surgeon-General in India. Studies at Edinburgh and St.Andrews (M.D. 1849). From 1841 Assistant Surgeon in ...

  • GORDON, Charles Alexander

    GORDON, Charles Alexander. 1820 — London 30.9.1899. Sir. British Surgeon-General in India. Son of an officer. Studies at Edinburgh and St.Andrews ...

  • GORDON, Douglas Hamilton

    GORDON, Douglas Hamilton. 1895 — Hingham, Norfolk 16.2.1961. British Officer and Archaeologist. Colonel. Long military career in India. Married. His large collection ...

  • GORDON, Thomas Edward

    GORDON, Thomas Edward. Aberdeen 12.1.1832 — Kensington 23.3.1914. Sir. British (Scottish) Colonial Officer in India. Son of captain ...

  • GORÉ, Francois Louis Noël

    GORÉ, Francis Louis Noël. Saint-James (Coutances) 25.12.1883 — Voiron 14.10.1954. French Missionary. Joined Franciscan order and attended the seminary of ...

  • GORER, Geoffrey

    GORER, Geoffrey Edgar Solomon. London 26.3.1905 — Sussex 24.5.1985. British Anthropologist, noted for his application of psycho­analytic techniques to anthropology. ...

  • GORRESIO, Carlo Guido Gaspare

    GORRESIO, Carlo Guido Gaspare. Bagnasco (Como) ...

  • GOŞBUC, George

    GOŞBUC, George. Hordou 1866 — Bucharest 1918. Romanian Poet and Translator of Sanskrit literature. However, he never learnt Sanskrit, and his ...

  • GÖSSEL, Heinrich

    GÖSSEL, Heinrich. Leipzig 11.1.1887 — 19??. German Student of Indology. Studied under Windisch in Leipzig before the WW ...

  • GOSSELLIN, Pascal-François-Joseph

    GOSSELLIN, Pascal-François-Joseph. Lille 6.12.1751 — Paris 8.2.1830. French Merchant, Geographer and Historian of Geography. Born in a family ...

  • GOTHEIN, Marie-Louise

    GOTHEIN, Marie-Louise (née Schröter). Passenheim, Ostpreussen (now Pasym in Poland) 12.9.1863 — Heidelberg 24.12.1931. German Author interested in ...

  • GÖTZE, Albrecht

    GÖTZE, Albrecht Ernst Rudolf. Leipzig 11.1.1897 — Garmisch-Partenkirchen 15.8.1971. German Semitic and IE Scholar in the U.S.A. Born ...

  • GOUGH, Eleanor Kathleen

    GOUGH, Eleanor Kathleen. Hunsingore near Wetherby, Yorkshire 16.8.1925 — Vancouver 8.9.1990.

  • GOUGH, Richard

    GOUGH, Richard. London 21.10.1735 — Enfield, Middlesex 20.2.1809. British Antiquarian. Son of Harry G. (d. 1751), M.P. and ...

  • GOVER, Charles Edward

    GOVER, Charles Edward. Poplar, Middlesex 1835 — Madras (Chennai) 18.9.1872 (not 20.9.). British Indologist and Folklorist in India. ...

  • GOVINDA, Lama Anagarika

    GOVINDA, Lama Anagarika —> HOFFMANN, E. L.

  • GOWEN, Herbert Henry

    GOWEN, Herbert Henry. Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 29.5.1864 — 1960. British Priest and Oriental Scholar in the U.S.A. Professor ...

  • GRACIAS, Bernardino João Salvador

    GRACIAS, Bernardino João Salvador. Nova Goa (Panaji) 1.4.1889 — Lisbon 17.9.1966. Portuguese Linguist and Indologist. Born ...

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    GRACIAS, Caetano Francisco Xavier. Loutulim, Salcete, India 27.6.1865 — ibid. 15.10.1944. Portuguese Physician, Botanist, and Historian. ...

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    GRAEFE, Walter. Leipzig-Lindenau 30.7.1900 — Bangalore 16.11.1955. German Lutheran Missionary in India. Son of a merchant, school and ...

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    GRAETER, Albert. Boston 26.9.1835 — Basel 1909. Rev. U.S. Missionary in India. Son ...

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    GRAFFUNDER, Alfred. 1801? — 187?. German Teacher. Educational Inspector (Regierungs-Schulrat, 1835). The Romani book was based on a ...

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    GRAHAM, John Anderson. De Beauvoir near London 8.9.1861 — Kalimpong 1942. Very Rev. British (Scottish) Missionary in Sikkim. ...

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    GRAMMONT, Maurice. Damprichard (Doubs) 15.4.1866 — Montpellier 17.10.1946. French IE and General Linguist, Psycholinguist and Phonetician. Studies at ...

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    GRANT-DUFF, James Cunningham (James Grant). Banff, Aberdeenshire 8.7.1789 — Fife 23.9.1858. British (Scots) Colonial Officer and Historian in India. Son of John Grant ...

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    GRANT, Charles (Gaelic Teàrlach Grannd). Aldourie, Inverness-shire 16.4.1746 — London 31.10.1823. British (Scottish) Politician interested in ...

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    GRANT, Charles. Bombay 22.2.1836 — London 12.4.1903. Sir. British Civil Servant in India. Son of —> Robert Grant, ...

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    GRANT, James. 1750 — near Esher 22.10.1808. British (Scottish) Civil Servant in India. Came to India as private ...

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    GRANT, Robert. Bengal, India 1779 — Dapuri, India 9.7.1838. Sir. British (Scottish) Civil Servant in India. Son of —> Charles Grant, ...

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    GRASBERGER, Lorenz (Laurentius). Hartpennig, Upper Bavaria 9.6.1830 — Würzburg 23.1.1903. German ...

  • GRASSMANN, Hermann Günther

    GRASSMANN, Hermann Günther. Stettin 15.4.1809 — Stettin 26.9.1877. German Indologist and Mathematician. Schoolteacher in Stettin. Son ...

  • GRAUL, Karl Friedrich Leberecht

    GRAUL, Karl Friedrich Leberecht. Wörlitz bei Dessau 6.2.1814 — Erlangen 10.11.1864. German Indologist (Tamil Scholar) and ...

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    GRAY, Albert. Perth, Scotland 10.10.1850 — Chelsea 27.2.1928. Sir. British (Scottish) Lawyer interested in Sri Lanka and in ...

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    GRAY, Basil. London 21.7.1904 — Oxford 10.6.1989. British Art Historian specialized in Indian, Iranian, and Chinese Art. Son ...

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    GRAY, James. 1849 — 1905. British Indologist (Pāli Scholar) in Burma. From 1872 teacher at Akyab ...

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    GRAY, Louis Herbert. Newark, N.J. 10.4.1875 — New York 18.8.1955. U.S. Indologist, Iranian Scholar and Linguist. ...

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    GREAVES, Edwin. 18?? — 19??. British Missionary in India. Educated in Islington and Western College. Served London Missionary ...

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    GREEN, Alexander. 1888 — 19??. U.S. Linguist. Grew up in Hungary, cane to the U.S.A. in 1903. Studies, ...

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    GREEN, Arthur Octavius. 1847 — Camberley 1924. British Engineer Officer. In 1882 participated as engineer in military expedition ...

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    GREEN, Henry. 1??? — 1???. British (?) Teacher in India. Headmaster of English school in Surat (1841). He ...

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    GREENOUGH, James Bradstreet. Portland, Maine 4.5.1833 — Cambridge MA 11.10.1901. U.S. Classical Scholar and Linguist interested in Sanskrit. ...

  • GREFE, Fedor Bogdanovič

    GREFE, Fedor Bogdanovič —> GRAEFE, Ch.-Friedrich

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    GRÉGOIRE, Antoine. Louvain 26.6.1871 — Uccle 2.5.1955. Belgian Iranian Scholar, Linguist and Phonetician. Professor in Liège. Educated in ...

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    GRELLMANN, Heinrich Moritz Gottlieb. Jena 7.12.1756 — Moscow 13.10.1804. German Cultural Historian, Statistician and Pioneer of Gipsy Studies. ...

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    GRENARD, Joseph-Fernand. Paris 4.7.1866 — Paris 1.4.1945. French Traveller. Companion of Dutreuil ...

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    GREY, William George. Wellington, New Zealand 12.10.1866 — 6.4.1953. British Colonial Officer in India. Son on Major William Robert Grey and Amy Hare. ...

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    GRIBBLE, James Dunning Baker Newport, Devonshire 1841 — 1906. British Civil Servant in India. In Madras ...

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    GRIERSON, George Abraham. Glenageary near Dublin 7.1.1851 — Camberley, Surrey 7.3.1941. British (Irish) Indologist. Son of ...

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    GRIERSON, Mrs. (née Lucy Elizabeth Sean Collins). 1854 — Camberley, Surrey 19.2.1943. British (Irish) Woman in India, wife ...

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    GRIEVE, Lucia Catherine Graeme. Dublin 1862 — 1946. Irish-born Scholar in the U.S.A. “Student, teacher, lecturer, farmer, poet and homemaker; born ...

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    GRIFFIN, Lepel Henry. Walford, Hertfordshire 20.7.1840 — London 9.3.1908. Sir. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Henry ...

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    GRIFFITH, Ralph Thomas Hotchkin. Corsley, Wiltshire 25.5.1826 — Kotagiri 7.11.1906. British Teacher and Translator of Sanskrit ...

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    GRIFFITHS, John. Llanfair Coereinion, Mont. 29.11.1837 — Norton, Sherborne 1.12.1918. British (Welsh) Artist in India. Son of Evan ...

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    GRIGNARD, André. 1865? — 1935?. S.J. Rev. Belgian Missionary in India. From the late 19th century worked in ...

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    GRILL, Julius Friedrich Ludwig (1903 von Grill). Gaildorf am Kocher, Württemberg 10.7.1840 — ...

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    GRIMBLOT, Anne (née Jean Baptiste (sic!) Anne Sophie Toulouzan). ...

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    GRIMBLOT, Jean Paul Auguste. Marseille 28.6.1817 — Florence 23.5.1870

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    GRIMM, Georg. Rollhofen bei Nürnberg 28.2.1868 — Utting am Ammersee (Oberbayern) 26.8.1945. German Bauddha. Son of a smith, ...

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    GRINDLAY, Robert Melville. St.Marylebone 1786 — 1877. British Colonial Officer and Artist in India, then Businessman in London. Son ...

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    GRISWOLD, Hervey DeWitt. Dryden NY 24.5.1860 — 15.5.1945. U.S. Missionary interested in Indian Religion. Son of Benjamin Gr. and Laura Eliza ...

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