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  • L’HERNAULT, Françoise

    L’HERNAULT, Françoise. Rouen 1937 — Chennai 30.1.1999. French Scholar of South Indian Art and Archaeology. Studied history, art and archaeology in ...

  • LA LANE, Pierre de

    LA LANE, Pierre de (Lalane, Lalanne). Toulouse 6.8.1669 — Pondichéry 1746. S.J. French missionary in South India. Entered Jesuit order in 1685, in ...

  • LA TERZA (LATERZA), Ermengildo

    LA TERZA (LATERZA), Ermenegildo. Putignano (Bari) 2.3.1866 — 1939. Italian Indologist. Graduated at Naples as student of Kerbaker. In 1895-1911 schoolteacher ...

  • LA VALLÉE POUSSIN, Louis Étienne Marie de

    LA VALLÉE POUSSIN, Louis Étienne Marie de. Liège 1.1.1869 — Bruxelles 18.2.1938. Belgian ...

  • LABER, Julius

    LABER, Julius. Köln 11.5.1884 — 1944?. German Student of Indology. Son of a bookseller from Cologne, where he attended school and Gymnasium. From ...

  • LACÔTE, Félix

    LACÔTE, Félix. Moulins (Allier) 3.9.1873 — 20.3.1925. French Indologist. Professor in Lyon. Studies of philology, graduated a teacher in 1896. During ...

  • LACROIX, Alphonse François

    LACROIX, Alphonse François. Neuchâtel 10.5.1799 — Calcutta 3.7.1859. Swiss Missionary and Bengali Scholar in India. Became agent of the Netherlands Missionary Society at ...

  • LACROZE, M. V. de

    LACROZE, M. V. de —> VEYSSIÈRE DE LACROZE, Mathurin.

  • LACZAK, Józef

    LĄCZAK, Józef. Książnica (near Mielec) 5.12.1926 — 21.8.1989. Polish Linguist, began as an Indologist, but moved into the Finno-Ugrian studies. School at Mielec, ...

  • LADNER, Max

    LADNER, Max. Brixen, Alto Adighe 11.12.1890 — Zürich 23.10.1963. Austrian Bauddha in Switzerland. Building engineer by profession, he moved to Switzerland before the ...

  • LADONNE

    LADONNE, ?. 18?? — 1???. French self-taught Sanskritist in Bordeaux, where he gave a “cours libre de sanskrit” at Faculté de Lettres in 1886–89.

    Sources: Briefly mentioned in Bongard-Levin, Vigasin & Lardinois ...

  • LAET, Joannes de (Latin: Ioannes Latius)

    LAET, Joannes de (Latin: Ioannes Latius). 1581 or 1593 — buried 15.12.1649. Flemish Geographer, Philologist and Naturalist, who wrote from secondary sources a well known book on India. Son of a cloth merchant from Antwerpen, ...

  • LAGARDE, Paul Anton de

    LAGARDE, Paul Anton de (until 1854 Paul Bötticher). Berlin 2.11.1827 — Göttingen 22.12.1891. German Orientalist, ...

  • LAIDLAY, John Watson

    LAIDLAY, John Watson. Glasgow 27.3.1808 — 1884?. British Archaeologist and Numismatist in India. Studied chemistry under Faraday, then, for India, Hindustani in London ...

  • LALOU, Marcelle

    LALOU, Marcelle. Meudon 23.8.1890 — Paris 15.12.1967. French Tibetan Scholar. Daughter of G.L., an advocate. Conforming to the demands then put ...

  • LAMAIRESSE, Pierre Eugène

    LAMAIRESSE, Pierre Eugène. Châlons-sur-Marne 1817 — Marengo 17.4.1898. French Engineer interested in India. ...

  • LAMBRICK, Hugh Trevor

    LAMBRICK, Hugh Trevor. 1904 — 1982. British Civil Servant and Historian in India. Born in a family with long traditions in colonial service and especially ...

  • LAMOTTE, Étienne

    LAMOTTE, Étienne. Dinant 21.2.1903 — Brussels 5.5.1983. Monseigneur. Belgian Indologist and Catholic Priest. Professor in Louvain. Born in a big family ...

  • LANCZKOWSKI, Günter

    LANCZKOWSKI, Günter. Kassel 18.5.1917 — Heidelberg 1.8.1993. German Scholar of Religion. Ph.D. Marburg 1947. In 1960-67 Docent and 1967-86 Professor of Religions­geschichte at ...

  • LANDSBERG, Georg

    LANDSBERG, Georg. 18?? — 19??. In P.T.S. report for 1922 he is called Dr. G.L. of Breslau. There are in the Rhys Davids ...

  • LANE-POOLE, Stanley Edward

    LANE-POOLE, Stanley Edward. London 18.17.1854 — 29.12.1931. British Historian, Archaeologist and Oriental (Arabic) Scholar. Son of Edward Stanley Poole (1830–1867, also an Arabic scholar), grand-nephew ...

  • LANE, George Sherman

    LANE, George Sherman. Clio, Iowa 28.9.1902 — Chapel Hill, NC 18.9.1981. U.S. Linguist, Scholar of Germanic, IE, Celtic and Tocharian. Professor ...

  • LANG, Emmanuel

    LANG, Emmanuel. 1878? — 1911 (when 33). French (?) Indologist. Studies of Sanskrit and Hindi at É.L.O.V. in Paris, and social ...

  • LANGENHOVE, George Charles van

    LANGENHOVE, George Charles van. 1892 — 1943 (when 51). Belgian Linguist. Ord. Professor of General, IE and Germanic Linguistics and of Sanskrit at Gent Universty (1935 there).

    Publications: Wrote on linguistics, e.g. ...

  • LANGLÈS, Louis-Mathieu

    LANGLÈS, Louis-Mathieu. Perenne (Welles-Pérennes) near St.Didier (Mont­didier/Oise) 23.8.1763 — Paris 28.5.(28.1.?)1824. French Orientalist (Persian Scholar). Son of a farmer, according to ...

  • LANGLOIS, Simon-Alexandre

    LANGLOIS, Simon-Alexandre. Nogent-sur-Marne (?) 4.8.1788 — Nogent-sur-Marne 11.8.1854. French Indologist. Schoolteacher and Member of Academy in Paris. Studies of Sanskrit under ...

  • LANJUINAIS, Jean Denis, comte de

    LANJUINAIS, Jean Denis, comte de. Rennes 12.3.1753 — Paris 13.1.1827. French Politician, Lawyer, Journalist, and Pioneer of Indology. From 1775 Professor ...

  • LANMAN, Charles Rockwell

    LANMAN, Charles Rockwell. Norwich, Conn. 8.7.1850 — Belmont, Mass. 20.2. 1941. U.S. Indologist. Professor in Cambridge, Mass. Son of Peter Lanman, ...

  • LARIN, Boris Aleksandrovič

    LARIN, Boris Aleksandrovič. Poltava 12.1.1893 — Leningrad 26.3.1964. Russian (Ukrainian) Linguist, Specialist of Balto-Slavonian also interested in Sanskrit. Professor in Leningrad. Son of ...

  • LASSEN, Christian

    LASSEN, Christian. Bergen 22.10.1800 — Bonn 8.5.1876. Norwegian Indologist in Germany. Professor in Bonn. Son of Nicolai Christian Vendelboe L. (1748–1818) ...

  • LATHAM, Robert Gordon

    LATHAM, Robert Gordon. Billingborough, Lincolnshire 24.3.1812 — 9.3.1888. British Ethnologist and Linguist. Son of Thomas L., a vicar, educated at Eton and Cambridge ...

  • LAUENSTEIN, Diether

    LAUENSTEIN, Diether. Herford 8.4.1914 — Windhoek, Namibia 28.12.1990. German Student of Indology. In 1934-38 studied Theology at Tübingen, also Sanskrit under ...

  • LAUFER, Berthold

    LAUFER, Berthold. Köln 11.10.1874 — Chicago 13.9.1934. German Sinologist and Anthropologist in the U.S.A. Son of Max L. and Eugenie Schlesinger. ...

  • LAWTON, Swaminathan Kanakaratnam

    LAWTON, S. K. = LAWTON, Swaminathan Kanakaratnam, a Tamil photographer and archaeologist in Sri Lanka (fl. 1871).

  • LE BERRE, Marc

    LE BERRE, Marc. 19?? — 1978. French Archaeologist. He had already collaborated with Schlumberger at Syrian excavations in 1936 and 1938 and in ...

  • LE BON, Gustave

    LE BON, Gustave. Nogent-le-Rotrou (Eure-et-Loir) 7.12.1842 — Paris 13.12.1931. French Sociologist and Anthropologist. Although he was no Indologist, he conducted during two or three years ...

  • LE COQ, Albert von

    LE COQ, Albert von. Dahlem, Berlin 8.9.1860 — Berlin 21.4.1930. German Archaeologist and Central Asian Scholar. Born in a huguenot family ...

  • LE GENTIL DE LA GALAISSIÈRE, Guillaume-Joseph-Hyacinthe-Jean-Baptiste

    LE GENTIL DE LA GALAISSIÈRE, Guillaume-Joseph-Hyacinthe-Jean-Baptiste. Coutances 12.9.1725 — Paris 22.10.1792. ...

  • LE MESURIER, Cecil John Reginald

    LE MESURIER, Cecil John Reginald. Cephalonia, Ionian Islands 7.2.1855? — 11.2.1932. British Colonial Civil Servant in Ceylon. Son of ...

  • LE ROUX DESHAUTESRAYES, Michel-Ange-André

    LE ROUX DESHAUTESRAYES, Michel-Ange-André (des Hautesrayes). Conflans-Sainte-Honorine near Pontoise 10.9.1724 — Rueil near Paris 9.2.1795. French Orientalist and Sinologist, a Pioneer of Buddhist ...

  • LEBEDEV, Gerasim Stepanovič

    LEBEDEV, Gerasim Stepanovič (Herasim Lebedeff). Jaroslavl 1746 (1749?) — 15.7.1817. Russian Traveller in India and Pioneer of Indology. Son of a ...

  • LECOUTERE, Charles Franciscus Petrus

    LECOUTERE, Charles Franciscus Petrus. Antwerpen 11.12.1865 — Knokke 19.9.1921. Belgian Linguist. Professor at Leuven. Student of de Harlez at Leuven, but concentrated more ...

  • LEE-WARNER, William

    LEE-WARNER, William. Little Walsingham, Norfolk 18.4.1846 — Norwich 18.6.1914. Sir. British Historian in India. Son of Canon James L.-W., of Thorpland Hall, Norfolk, ...

  • LEE, Lionel Frederic

    LEE, Lionel Frederic. Colombo 4.12.1845 — Colombo 4.12.1899. Hon. British Civil Servant in Ceylon. Son of George Lee, Postmaster-General of Ceylon, and Martha ...

  • LEECH, Robert

    LEECH, Robert. 7.12.1813 — Ambala 2.9.1845. British Colonial Officer in India. Engineer Major, in 1836 still as Lieutenant Assistant of Burnes, served in ...

  • LEES, William Nassau

    LEES, William Nassau. London 26.2.1825 — London 9.3.1889. British Colonial Officer and Oriental Scholar in India, Specialist of Arabic, ...

  • LEFMANN, Salomon

    LEFMANN, Salomon. Telgte near Münster 25.12.1831 — Heidelberg 14.1. 1912. German (Jewish) Indologist. Professor in Heidelberg. Son of a merchant and ...

  • LEGGE, James

    LEGGE, James. Huntly, Aberdeenshire 20.12.1815 — Oxford 29.11.1897. British (Scots) Missionary and Sinologist. Professor in Oxford. Graduated from King’s College, Aberdeen and after ...

  • LEGGETT, Trevor Pryce

    LEGGETT, Trevor Pryce. London 22.8.1914 — London 2.8.2000. British. L.I.B. King’s College, London. Son of a violinist. For 18 years Yoga ...

  • LEHMANN, Erich Arno

    LEHMANN, Erich Arno. Dresden 23.5.1901 — Halle 21.4.1984. German Missionary and Indologist (Tamil ...

  • LEHMANN, Johannes Edvard

    LEHMANN, Johannes Edvard. Copenhagen 19.8.1862 — Copenhagen 23.3.1930. Danish Scholar of Comparative and Iranian Religion. Professor in Lund (Sweden). ...

  • LEHOT, Maurice

    LEHOT, Maurice. 18?? — 5.3.1931. French Indologist. Studied at Lyon, among other things Indology under Lacôte. He worked as schoolteacher (Professor) ...

  • LEIDECKER, Kurt Friedrich

    LEIDECKER, Kurt Friedrich. Gera 11.9.1902 — 1991. U.S. (of German origin) Scholar of Comparative Religion. U.S. Citizen. ...

  • LEIST, Burkard Wilhelm

    LEIST, Burkard Wilhelm. Westen/Aller 12.2.1819 — Jena 31.12.1906. German Historian of Law. After school in Brauschweig studied law at Göttingen, Heidelberg and Berlin, ...

  • LEITNER, Gottlieb Wilhelm

    LEITNER, Gottlieb Wilhelm. Pest 14(17?).10.1840 — Bonn 22.3.1899. Austro-Hungarian Indologist and Anthropologist in ...

  • LELIKOV, Leonid Arkad’evič

    LELIKOV, Leonid Arkad’evič. Tomsk 3.1.1934 — 12.5.1988. Russian Historian of Iran. Son of a Civil Servant. Graduated 1958 from Moscow International Pedagogical Institute. ...

  • LELOUP DE CHEROY, François-Etienne

    LELOUP DE CHEROY, François-Etienne (nom-de-plume Louis Leupol).

  • LENTZ, Otto Hellmut Wolfgang

    LENTZ, Otto Helmut Wolfgang. Hameln 23.2.1900 — Marburg 8.12.1986. German Iranian Scholar. Professor ...

  • LENZ, Robert

    LENZ, Robert (Robert Hristianovič Lenc). Dorpat (Tartu) 23.1.1808 — St. Petersburg 30.7.1836. Russian (German from Estonia) Indologist. Son of Christian L., ...

  • LEONARD, G. S.

    LEONARD, G. S. 1??? — 1???. British Civil servant? In 1878 in Saidpur. Connected with Leonard Theological College, a Methodist Institution in Jabalpur? But he ...

  • LEPSIUS, Karl Richard

    LEPSIUS, Karl Richard. Naumburg (Saale) 23.12.1810 — Berlin 10.7.1884. German Egyptologist and Linguist. Professor in Berlin. Son of C. P. Lepsius (1775-1853), ...

  • LEROY, Maurice

    LEROY, Maurice. Ath 23.1.1909 — 3.3.1990. Belgian Linguist. Professor in Brussels. Studies of classical philology, Docteur en Philosophie et Lettres 1931 Bruxelles. In ...

  • LESKIEN, August

    LESKIEN, August. Kiel 8.7.1840 — Leipzig 20.9.1916. German IE and Slavic Linguist. Professor in Leipzig. Son of a master carpenter, he was able of entering ...

  • LESNÝ, Vincenz

    LESNÝ, Vincenc. Komárovice (Morava) 3.4.1882 — Prague 9.4.1953. Czechoslovakian Indologist. Professor in Prague. Born in a poor family. Studies at Prague, ...

  • LESSING, Ferdinand Dietrich

    LESSING, Ferdinand Dietrich. Essen 26.2.1882 — Berkeley 31.12.1961. German Sinologist and Central Asian Scholar in the U.S.A. Professor in Berkeley. From ...

  • LETHBRIDGE, Roper

    LETHBRIDGE, Roper. 23.12.1840 — 15.2.1919. Sir. British Civil Servant in India. Son of E. L., educated at Plymouth, Mannamead College and Exeter College in ...

  • LEUMANN, Ernst

    LEUMANN, Ernst. Berg, Thurgau 11.4.1859 — Freiburg i.B. 24.4.1931. Swiss Indologist and Pioneer of Khotan Saka Studies in Germany. Professor in ...

  • LEUMANN, Julius

    LEUMANN, Julius. 1.9.1867 — 1945. Swiss Schoolteacher and Linguist interested in Sanskrit, brother of —> Ernst L. Son of Konrad L. ...

  • LEUMANN, Manu

    LEUMANN, Manu. Strassburg 6.10.1889 — Zürich 15.7.1977. Swiss Indo-Iranian Linguist and Classical Philologist. Son of —> Ernst L. Matriculated from Protestant ...

  • LEUPOL, Louis

    LEUPOL, Louis —> LELOUP DE CHEROY, François

  • LEVERTOV, Denise

    LEVERTOV, Denise. Ilford, London 24.10.1923 — Seattle 20.12.1997. British-born poetess in the U.S.A. Daughter of a Russian Hashidic Jew, who took Christianity, moved ...

  • LÉVI, Sylvain

    LÉVI, Sylvain. Paris 28.3.1863 — Paris 30.10.1935. French Indologist. Professor in Paris. Son of Louis-Philippe L., a Jewish cloth merchant, family ...

  • LEWIS, Frederick

    LEWIS, Frederick. 1857 — 1930 (Australian National Library Catalogue). Britishman in Sri Lanka. Among stray sources in Internet, one claims he was born ...

  • LEWIS, James

    LEWIS, James (pseudonym Charles Masson). Aldermanbury (Middlesex) 16.2.1800 — ...

  • LEWIS, John Perry

    LEWIS, John Perry. 1854 — 1923. British Civil Servant in Ceylon. After school in Middlesex, studies at Queen’s University, Ireland (B.A. 1876, M.A. ...

  • LEWY, Ernst

    LEWY, Ernst. Breslau 19.2.1881 — Dublin 25.9.1966. German Jewish Linguist in Ireland. Irish citizen. Son of Jakob L., a merchant, and Julie Bielschowsky. ...

  • LEYDEN, John

    LEYDEN, John. Denholm, near Hawick 8.9.1775 — Batavia 10.9.1811. British (Scots) Physician and Orientalist, a Pioneer of South-East Asian Studies. Son of John ...

  • LEYDEN, Rudolf von

    LEYDEN, Rudolf von. Berlin 8.8.1908 — Vienna 25.3.1983. German Geologist. Son of Victor von L., a lawyer. As a geologist travelled in India ...

  • LEYEN, Friedrich von der

    LEYEN, Friedrich von der. Bremen 19.8.1873 — Kirchseeon bei München 8.6.1966. German Germanist and Scholar of Folk Literature and Narrative Traditions. Son of ...

  • LIBÁŃSKÝ, Jaroslav

    LIBÁŃSKÝ, Jaroslav. 1??? — 1???. Czech.

    Publications: Translated: Nal a Damajanti. Báje Indická. 106 p. Olomouc 1875.

    Sources: Neither in Biogr. Lex. z. Gesch. der böhm. Länder nor Ö.B.L.; Google knows only the book.

  • LICHTERBECK, Karl

    LICHTERBECK, Karl. 18?? — 1???. German Student of Indo-Iranian. From Roxel (Westfalen). Ph.D. 1893 Münster.

    Publications:

  • LIDÉN, Bror Per Evald

    LIDÉN, Bror Per Evald. Skandared, Sandhult, Älvsborg län 3.10.1862 — Gothenburg 11.10.1939. Swedish ...

  • LIEBENTHAL, Walter

    LIEBENTHAL, Walter. Königsberg 12.6.1886 — Tübingen 15.11.1982. German Indologist, Sinologist and Buddhist Scholar. Professor in Peking and Santiniketan. Son of Robert ...

  • LIEBERT, Karl Gösta

    LIEBERT, Karl Gösta. Torsby, Göteborgs & Bohus län 11.3.1916 — Sävsjö 17.11.1998. Swedish ...

  • LIEBICH, Bruno Arthur Franz Karl

    LIEBICH, Bruno Arthur Franz Karl. Altwasser, Silesia 7.1.1862 — Breslau 4.7.1939. German Indologist. Professor in Heidelberg and Breslau. Son of a ...

  • LIEBRECHT, Felix

    LIEBRECHT, Felix. Namslau, Preussisch-Schlesien 13.3.1812 — St.Hubert, Belgian Luxemburg 3.8.1890. German Scholar of Classical Philology and Narrative Literature in Belgium. Professor in Liège. ...

  • LIÉTARD, Gustave Alexandre

    LIÉTARD, Gustave Alexandre. Domrémy-la-Pucelle (Vosges, Lorraine) 4.4. 1833 — Plombières-les-Bains 8.2.1904. French Physician and Indologist. Son of a viticulturist, he was ...

  • LIGETI, Lajos (Louis)

    LIGETI, Lajos (Louis). Balassagyarmat/Nógrád 28.10.1902 — Budapest 24.5.1987. Hungarian Mongolian and Central Asian Scholar. Professor in Budapest. Studies of classical philology and of ...

  • LIGNANA, Giacomo

    LIGNANA, Giacomo. Tronzano, Vercellese 19.12.1827 (hardly 1830) — Rome 10.2.1891 (or 10.1. or 10.12.). Italian Linguist and Indologist. Professor in Naples ...

  • LILLEY, Mary E

    LILLEY, Mary E. 18?? — 14.3.1940. Miss. British Pāli and Buddhist Scholar. Active as early as 1911, in 1917 Mrs. Rhys ...

  • LILLIE, Arthur

    LILLIE, Arthur. 18?? — 1???. British Colonial Officer in India and a Lay Scholar. Served in the Regiment of Lucknow. In the early 1880s living ...

  • LIMBURG BROUWER, Petrus Abraham Samuel van

    LIMBURG BROUWER, Petrus Abraham Samuel van. Luik (Liège) 15.11.1829 — the Hague 13.2.1873. Dutch Author, Politician and Translator of Sanskrit Literature. ...

  • LINDACH, Hans

    LINDACH, Hans, nom-de-plume of —> WELLER, Hermann.

  • LINDENAU, Max

    LINDENAU, Max. Sagan/Schlesien 9.12.1885 — Kiefersfelden 6.12.1980. German Indologist. From 1906 studies at Munich, Greifswald and Leipzig. Ph.D. 1913 Leipzig (under ...

  • LINDNER, Martin Traugott Bruno

    LINDNER, Martin Traugott Bruno. Leipzig 25.10.1853 — Dresden 20.5.1930. German Indologist. Professor in ...

  • LINDQUIST, Carl Sigurd

    LINDQUIST, Carl Sigurd. Ugglum, Skaraborgs län 12.6.1895 — 11.8.1943. Swedish Indologist and Scholar ...

  • LINDSAY, Thomas Bond

    LINDSAY, Thomas Bond. New York 28.4.1853 — Glenview KY 22.7.1909. U.S. Linguist. Professor in Boston. Son of W.L. Studies in 1865-68 at Genessee ...

  • LING, Trevor Oswald

    LING, Trevor Oswald. London 17.2.1920 — 24.3.1995. British Scholar of Comparative Religion and Buddhism. Started to study for Baprist ministry, but ...

  • LINGAT, Robert

    LINGAT, Robert. Charleville Charleville 1892 — 7.5.1972. French Lawyer, Indologist and South-East Asian Scholar, long time in South-East Asia. After school ...

  • LINOSSIER, Raymonde

    LINOSSIER, Raymonde. 1897 — 1.2.1930. French Art Historian and Indologist. Lawyer at Paris Cour d’appel. Studied Indology under Lévi. Worked as ...

  • LINSCHOTEN, Jan Huyghen van

    LINSCHOTEN, Jan Huyghen van. Haarlem 1563 — Enkhuizen 8.2.1611. Dutch Traveller. Born in a Roman Catholic family (son of a public notary), grew ...

  • LINWOOD, William

    LINWOOD, William. Birmingham 1817 — ?.10.1878. Rev. British Classical Scholar. Son of Willim L., a merchant, and Mary Iliffe. Studied Classics and Sanskrit at Oxford ...

  • LIPPE-BIESTERFELD, Ernst Aschwin Georg Carol Heinrich Ignatz, Prinz zu

    LIPPE-BIESTERFELD, Ernst Aschwin Georg Carol Heinrich Ignatz, Prinz zu (1916 Graf von Biesterfeld, Durchlaucht). Jena 13.6.1914 — the Hague 14.5.1988. German Art Historian of India and China. Son of Prinz Bernhard (1872–1934) and Armgard von ...

  • LITMAN, Aleksej Davydovič

    LITMAN, Aleksej Davydovič. v. m. Staraja Sinjava, Podol’sk. gub. 27.12.1923 — 21.8.1992. Russian Marxist Philosopher specializing in India. Son of a civil servant. In 1941-45 in ...

  • LITTRÉ, Michel-François

    LITTRÉ, Michel-François. Avranches 25.5.1765 — 20.12.1827. French Pioneer of Indology. Son of a goldsmith. Served in French navy and ...

  • LJAPUNOV, Boris Mihajlovič

    LJAPUNOV, Boris Mihajlovič. Bolobonovo 6.8.1862 — Leningrad 22.2.1942. Russian Linguist. Graduated 1885 St.Petersburg. Also student of Fortunatov. After a brief time as Lecturer ...

  • LÖBBECKE, Otto Emil Rudolf

    LÖBBECKE, Otto Emil Rudolf. Braunschweig 6.8.1884 — 1946?. German Student of Indology. Son of a banker, in 1893-1903 at Gymnasium in ...

  • LOBEDANZ, Edmund Adolf Johannes

    LOBEDANZ, Edmund Adolf Johannes. Schleswig 10.12.1820 — Copenhagen 21.10.1882. German Author and Translator in Denmark. Originally a pharmacist, from 1844 studied at Philosophical ...

  • LÓCZY, Lajos

    LÓCZY, Lajos. Pozsony (Bratislava) 2.11.1849 — Balatonarács/Balatonfüred 13.5.1920. Hungarian Geologist, Geographer and Traveller in Central Asia and China. In the 1870s participated (like ...

  • LOGAN, William

    LOGAN, William. 1841 — 1914. British (Scots) Civil Servant in India. Magistrate and Judge and in the end of the 1870s Collector in ...

  • LOHMANN, Johannes Friedrich

    LOHMANN, Johannes Friedrich. Diensthoop, Kr. Verden, Niedersachsen 9.7.1895 — Freiburg i. Br. 3.5.1989. German IE Linguist. Professor in Freiburg. Son of a farmer. ...

  • LOHUIZEN-DE LEEUW, Johanna Engelberta van

    LOHUIZEN-DE LEEUW, Johanna Engelberta van (née de Leeuw, Joan). Amsterdam 1919 — 8?.12.1983. Dutch Indologist and Art Historian. Professor in Amsterdam. ...

  • LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS, Auguste-Louis-Armand

    LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS, Auguste-Louis-Armand (L. des Longchamps). Paris 14.8.1805 — Paris 10.1.1840. French Indologist. Son of the noted physician and botanist J.-L.-A. L. ...

  • LOMAN, Johannes Reinoud Abraham

    LOMAN, Johannes Reinoud Abraham. Amsterdam 1908 — 1976. Dutch Indologist. Studied history at Amsterdam and worked as teacher of history. After ...

  • LOMMEL, Ferdinand

    LOMMEL, Ferdinand. 18?? — 19??. German Student of Indo-Iranian. Ph.D. 1920 Bonn. No close relative (such as brother) of Hermann L.

    Publications: diss. Der Mithramythus. MS. of 77 p. 1920, specimen of ...

  • LOMMEL, Hermann

    LOMMEL, Hermann. Erlangen 7.7.1885 — Prien am Chiemsee 5.10.1968. German Indo-Iranian Scholar. Professor in Frankfurt. Born in an academic family, son ...

  • LONG, James

    LONG, James. Bandon, Cork 1814 — 23.3.1887. Rev. British (Irish) Missionary in India. While earlier sources claim that of his background little is ...

  • LONGHENA, Mario

    LONGHENA, Mario. Parma 24.5.1876 — Bologna 25.2.1967. Italian Politician interested in Indology. Studies at Bologna. Son of Paolo L., a Garibaldian. Teacher (professor) ...

  • LONGHURST, Albert Henry

    LONGHURST, Albert Henry. 1876 — 1955. British Archaeologist and Art Historian in India and Sri Lanka. Employed in A.S.I., in 1910-11 ...

  • LOPES, David Mello

    LOPES, David Mello. ?.4.1867 — 19??. Portuguese Historian of India. “Son of Jose Amaro Lopes, educated at Lisbon (Curso Superior de Letras) and ...

  • LORD, Henry

    LORD, Henry. Oxfordshire 1553 — 16??. British Clergyman in India. Matriculated from Magdalen Hall, Oxford, in 1580, apparently never graduated. Served as curate. ...

  • LORENTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm Oloff Johannes

    LORENTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm Oloff Johannes. Güstrow 28.12.1870 — Sopot near Gdansk 27.4.1937. German Slavist. Studied IE and Slavonic linguistics at Leipzig, Ph.D. 1894. ...

  • LORIMER, David Lockhart Robertson

    LORIMER, David Lockhart Robertson. Dundee ...

  • LORIMER, Emily

    LORIMER, Emily (née Overend). 1881 — 1949. British (Scots) Journalist, wife of —> D. L. R. Lorimer, participated in his travels and studies. She ...

  • LORIMER, John Gordon

    LORIMER, John Gordon. Glasgow 1870 — Bushire, Persia 8.2.1914. British (Scots) Civil Servant in India. Brother of —> D.L.R.L. Educated at Edinburgh University ...

  • LORINSER, Carl Maria Franz

    LORINSER, Carl Maria Franz. Berlin 12.3.1821 — Breslau 12.11.1893. German Catholic Theologian interested in Sanskrit. Son of a physician ...

  • LORRAIN, J. Herbert

    LORRAIN, J. Herbert. 6.2.1870 — London 8.1.1944. British (Scots) Baptist Missionary in Assam. Grew up on South London where his father was postmaster. ...

  • LOSCH, Hans

    LOSCH, Hans. Camphausen near Saarbrücken 16.9.1902 — 1995. German Indologist. Professor in Bonn. Son of a mine owner, educated at St.Avold ...

  • LOTSPEICH, Claude Meek

    LOTSPEICH, Claude Meek. Knoxville Tenn. 28.6.1880 — Cincinnati Ohio 13.4.1966. U.S. Linguist. Studies at Leipzig. For 45 years he was Professor of Comparative and English Philology at University of Cincinnati. Married 1907 Helen ...

  • LOTTNER, Carl

    LOTTNER, Carl. Berlin 20.6.1834 — Dublin 5.4.1873. German Celtic and IE Linguist in Ireland. Professor in Dublin. After school and Gymnasium in Berlin ...

  • LOVARINI, Emilio

    LOVARINI, Emilio. Vicenza 7.4.1866 — Lovadina 31.1.1955. Italian Philologist interested in Indology. Graduated from Padova 1889. Schoolteacher in Ragusa, Catanzaro, Taranto and Cesena, from 1900 ...

  • LOVE, Martha Lile

    LOVE, Martha Lile. 1950? — 1979. Canadian (?) Student of Indology. In 1977/78 at Toronto University, then further studies in Pune. ...

  • LOVEJOY, Arthur Oncken

    LOVEJOY, Arthur Oncken. Berlin 10.10.1873 — Baltimore 30.12.1962. U.S. Philosopher. Son of a physician. Studied philosophy at Berkeley and Harvard (William James). Taught ...

  • LUBAC, Henri de

    LUBAC, Henri de. Cambrai 20.2.1896 — Paris 4.9.1991 (when 95). S.J. French Catholic Theologian and Scholar of Comparative Religion. Cardinal of the Roman ...

  • LUBER, Alois

    LUBER, Alois. 18?? — 1???. Austrian (?) Teacher and Classical Scholar. Ph.D. Gymnasium Professor in Salzburg and from c. 1874 in Görz, teaching ...

  • LUBOCKAJA, Natalija Julianovna

    LUBOCKAJA, Natalija Julianovna. Moscow 24.2.1933 — 4.1.1985. Russian Indologist. Daughter of an official. Graduated 1955 from Moscow National Pedagogical Institute, 1958 ...

  • LÜDERS, Else

    LÜDERS, Else (née Peipers). Göttingen 20.10.1880 — Berlin 13.3.1945. German Indologist. Wife of —> Heinrich L. Daughter of David Peipers, Professor ...

  • LÜDERS, Heinrich

    LÜDERS, Heinrich. Lübeck 25.6.1869 — Badenweiler 7.5.1943. German Indologist. Professor in Berlin. Husband of —> Else Lüders. Son of a factory ...

  • LUDLOW, John Malcolm

    LUDLOW, John Malcolm Forbes. Nimach, India 8.3.1821 — 17.10.1911. British Lawyer and Historian. Son of colonel John L. of I.C.S., educated at Merchant ...

  • LUDWIG, Alfred

    LUDWIG, Alfred. Vienna 9.10.1832 — Prague 12.6.1912. Austrian Indologist. Professor in Prague. From 1852 studies of classical philology, IE linguistics and ...

  • LUKONIN, Vladimir Grigor’evič

    LUKONIN, Vladimir Grigor’evič. Leningrad 21.1.1932 — 10.9.1984. Russian Art Historian of Iran (Sasanid Period). Son of official, graduated in 1955 from Leningrad University ...

  • LULIUS VAN GOOR, Maria Elisabeth

    LULIUS VAN GOOR, Maria Elisabeth. Gouda 5.9.1866 — Leiden 2.7.1929. Dutch Indologist (Pāli Scholar). Daughter of a publisher, who supported women’s ...

  • LUMSDEN, Matthew

    LUMSDEN, Matthew. 1777 — Cheltenham, Gloucester (B) or Tooting Common, Surrey (Lee & W) 18.3. or 31.3.1835. British (Scots) Orientalist in India. Professor ...

  • LUPTON, Walter

    LUPTON, Walter. 1871 — 1955. British Civil Servant in India. I.C.S., served in United Provinces in 1895-1920. Later Secretary of the Oxfordshire Division Medical War Committee 1939-47. Papers in British Library.

    Publications: ...

  • LUQUIENS, Jules

    LUQUIENS, Jules. Lausanne 24.1.1845 — Salem, Ohio 23.8.1899. Swiss Linguist, Romance and Iranian Scholar in the U.S.A. Professor in New Haven. After school ...

  • LUZZATO, Philosenno

    LUZZATO, Philosenno. 10.7.1829 — Padua 25.1.1854. Italian/Austrian (Jewish) Orientalist. Born in Trieste or in Padua, son of the famous Jewish scholar Samuel David ...

  • LYALL, Charles James

    LYALL, Charles James. London 9.3.1845 — London 1.9.1920. Sir. British Civil Servant and Oriental (Arabic and Urdu) Scholar. Son of Charles L., a ...

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