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  • SABBATHIER, Paul

    SABBATHIER, Paul. 18?? — 15.5.1909. French Indologist. In Paris. Vedic scholar, a student of Bergaigne. In 1899 living in Chantegrillet (Drôme). ...

  • SACHAU, Eduard

    SACHAU, Eduard. Neumünster/Holstein 20.7.1845 — Berlin 17.9.1930. German Oriental (Arabic) Scholar. Professor in Berlin. Son of Claus Jacob S. Studies of Oriental, especially ...

  • SADOUS, Alfred de

    SADOUS, Alfred de. Paris 1815 — 1???. French Classical Scholar interested in Sanskrit. Probably Burnouf’s student. Agrégé de lettres 1840, dr.-ès-lettres 1847 Paris. ...

  • SAFAREWICZ, Jan

    SAFAREWICZ, Jan. Daugavpils (Latvia) 8.2.1904 — Krakow 9.4.1992. Polish IE Linguist. Professor at Krakow. Son of tax official, lost early his parentsa and grew up with his uncle, a ...

  • SAGI, Alexander

    SAGI, Alexander. Kispet (now Budapest XIX) 16.5.1929 — Grenzach 22.7.1993. Hungarian Student of Religion in Austria and Germany. Son of Stefan S., a ...

  • ŞĂINEANU (Sainéan), Lazar

    ŞĂINEANU, Lazar (Lazare Sainéan, Eliezer Schein). Ploieşti 23.4.1859 — Paris 11.5.1934. Rumanian Romance Linguist, also interested in IE and Sanskrit. Born in a ...

  • SAINT-MARTIN, Antoine-Jean

    SAINT-MARTIN, Antoine-Jean. Paris 17.1.1791 — Paris 17.7.1832. French Oriental (mainly Armenian) Scholar. Son of a tradesman and student of ...

  • SALDANHA, Antonio de

    SALDANHA, Antonio de. Mazagão (El Jadida in Morocco) 1598 — Rachol 15.12.1663. S.J. Portuguese Missionary in India. Son of Portuguese father and Italian ...

  • SALDANHA, Mariano José

    SALDANHA, Mariano Jose Luis de Gonzaga. Ucassaim, Bardez, Goa 21.6.1878 — 1975. Portuguese (Goan?) Indologist. Professor in Lisbon. Educated at Lyceum ...

  • SALEMANN, Carl G. (Karl Germanovič Zaleman)

    SALEMANN, Carl Hermann. (Karl Germanovič Zaleman). Reval (Tallinn) 28.12.1849 (9.1.1850) — Petrograd 30.11.(13.2.)1916. ...

  • SALISBURY, Edward Elbridge

    SALISBURY, Edward Elbridge. Boston, Mass. 6.4.1814 — New Haven, Conn. 5.2.1901. U.S. Indologist and Oriental Scholar. Professor in New Haven. Born ...

  • SALOMONS (Prooije-S.), Henriette Johanna Wilhelmina

    SALOMONS (Prooije-S.), Henriette Johanna Wilhelmina. Rotterdam 20.5.1882 — the Hague 23.8.1959. Dutch Indologist. ...

  • SALVIONI, Carlo

    SALVIONI, Carlo. Bellinzona 3.3.1858— Milano 20.10.1920. Swiss Linguist in Italy. Professor in Milano. Educated in Lugano. Studies at Basel, sonn changed medicine into ...

  • SALYS, Antanas

    SALYS, Antanas. Reketé 21.7.1902— Philadelphia 31.7.1972. Lithuanian IE and Baltic Linguist, later in the U.S.A. Studies at Kaunas and Leipzig (Trautmann). Ph.D. 1929. ...

  • SAMPSON, John

    SAMPSON, John. Schull, County Cork 1862 — 9.11.1931. British (Irish) Gipsy Scholar. Son of James S., a mining engineer from Cornwall, and Sarah ...

  • SAMUELLS, Edward Alexander.

    SAMUELLS, Edward Alexander. Bapt. Westmoreland, Jamaica 28.12.1814 — 23.12.1860. British Colonial Official in India. Son of Paul Stevens S. Member of Bengal Civil ...

  • SAMUELLS, William Leycester

    SAMUELLS, William Leycester. Patna 14.7.1841 — 1899. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of —> E.A.S. From 1857 served in Bengal. As captain, ...

  • SANCTO BARTHOLOMAEO
    SANCTO BARTHOLOMAEO, Paulinus a —> PAULINUS A SANCTO BARTHOLOMAEO.
  • SANDBERG, Graham

    SANDBERG, Graham. Oughtibridge, Yorkshire 9.12.1851 — Bournemouth 2.3.1905. British Priest and Tibetan Scholar. Son of Paul Louis S., a vicar and former (1843-49) ...

  • SANDERSON, Daniel.

    SANDERSON, Daniel. 1810 — 1???. Rev. British Missionary in India. Methodist missionary in Mysore State (Bangalore) in 1842-67. Married, children.

    SANDFORD, W.

    SANDFORD, W. 18?? — 1???. Britishman in India?

    Publications: “Account of Excavations ...

  • SANGERMANO, Vincentius.

    SANGERMANO, Vincentius. Arpino 1758 — Livorno (?) 1819. Father. Italian Barnabite Missionary in Burma, a Scholar of Pāli and Burmese. Sent to Burma ...

  • SANTA ANNA (Santana), Francisco Xavier de

    SANTA ANNA (Santana), Francisco Xavier de (lay Raffaello Pescetto). 17?? — Verapoly (?) 7.12.1844. Italian Carmelitan Missionary and Konkani Scholar in India. Finally ...

  • SANTA RITA E SOUSA, Jose

    SANTA RITA E SOUSA, Jose. 1??? — 19??. Apparently an Indian from Konkan, a Catholic Priest. Professor of Konkani at Esc. Superior Colonial ...

  • SANTANA RODRIGUES, António Aleixo de.

    SANTANA RODRIGUES, António Aleixo de. Salsete 1887 — Lisbon 1966. Portuguese (probably Goan) Physician and Author. Made Tagore known in Portugal.

  • SÃO MIGUEL, Gaspar de

    SÃO MIGUEL, Gaspar de. 1595? — 1647. Born in Portugal. Franciscan priest and missionary in India.

    SASSETTI, Filippo

    SASSETTI, Filippo. Florence 1540 — Goa 1588. Italian Traveller. Son of a merchant, he studied at Pisa 1568-73 and thus knew Latin well. ...

  • SAUER, W

    SAUER, Wilhelm. Münster 21.6.1843 — Düsseldorf 4.4. or 9.4.1902, when 58. German Historian. Worked as archivist in Münster, Düsseldorf, Hannover, aurich, Idstein, Wiesbaden ...

  • SAUNDERS, Arthur Leslie

    SAUNDERS, Arthur Leslie. 7.3.1862 — 31.10.1935. British Civil Servant in India, interested in Indian Religions. Served in I.C.S. in Central Provinces and United ...

  • SAUNDERS, Kenneth J.

    SAUNDERS, Kenneth James. Cape Town 10.1.1882 — 1937. British (?) Missionary in India. Studies at Cambridge: B.A. 1905, M.A. 1912. In ...

  • SAUNDERS, Virginia

    SAUNDERS, Virginia. 18?? — 19??. U.S. Indologist. Living in New York City.

    Publications: “Portrait ...

  • SAUSSURE, Ferdinand de

    SAUSSURE, Ferdinand de. Genève 26.9.1857 — Vufflens, Genève 22.2. 1913. Swiss Linguist. Professor in Genève. Son of Henri Louis Frédéric de ...

  • SAVIDGE, Frederick William

    SAVIDGE, Frederick William. Stretham, Cambridgeshire 1862 — London 20.9.1936. British Baptist Missionary in North-East India. Worked as schoolteacher in London. Arrived at India ...

  • SCALABRINO BORSANI, Giuseppina
    SCALABRINO BORSANI, Giuseppina —> G. BORSANI SCALABRINO
  • SCALIGERO, Massimo

    SCALIGERO, Massimo (nom-de-plume of Antonio Massimo Sgabelloni). Veroli 17.9.1906 — Rome 26.1.1980. Italian Esoterist (Follower of Evola) and Steinerian. Journalist in Rome, no ...

  • ŠČERBATSKOJ, Fëdor Ippolitovič (Theodor Scherbatskoy) Keltse

    ŠČERBATSKOJ, Fëdor Ippolitovič (Theodor Scherbatskoy) Keltse, Poland 19.9.(1.10.)1866 — Borovoe, Kazakhstan 18.3.1942. Russian Indologist, specialist of Buddhism. Name is somewhat problematic, ...

  • SCERBO, Francesco

    SCERBO, Francesco. Marcellinara (Catanzaro) 7.10.1849 — 13.10.Rome 1927. Italian Linguist and Oriental (Hebrew & Sanskrit) Scholar. Professor in Florence. Dottore in ...

  • SCHACHT, Hans

    SCHACHT, Hans. Gränichen, Aargau 21.3.1863 — 19??. Swiss Teacher interested in Sanskrit. Educated at Collège classique de Sion and Gymn. classique de Lausanne. ...

  • SCHACK, Adolf Friedrich, Graf von

    SCHACK, Adolf Friedrich, Graf von. Brüsewitz near Schwerin 2,8,1815 — Rome 14.4.1894. German Poet and Translator of Oriental Classics. Born in a well ...

  • SCHAEDER, Hans Heinrich

    SCHAEDER, Hans Heinrich. Göttingen 31.1.1896 — Göttingen 13.3.1957. German Iranian and Semitic Scholar. Professor in Berlin and Göttingen. Son of Erich ...

  • SCHAFER, R.

    SCHAFER, R. —> SHAFER, Robert L.

  • SCHÄFFER, Philipp.

    SCHÄFFER, Philipp. Königsberg 16.11.1894 — Berlin-Plötzensee 16.5.1943. German Student of Indology, then Sinologist and Activist against Nazism. Son of an officer, grew up ...

  • SCHARPÉ, Adriaan Alberik Maria

    SCHARPÉ, Adriaan Alberik Maria. Leuven 29.10.1913 — 1986. Belgian Indologist. Studies at Utrecht, ...

  • SCHAUFFELBERGER, Daniel Franz.

    SCHAUFFELBERGER, Daniel Franz. Paris 1819 — 1???. Swiss Student of Classical Philology and Indology. Son of Daniel Franz Sch. of Neuchâtel and Eleonora ...

  • SCHAYER, Stanisław

    SCHAYER, Stanisław. Sędziszów 8.5.1899 — Otwock 1.12.1941. Polish Indologist. Professor in Warsaw. From 1916 studies at Warsaw, then soon philosophy and ...

  • SCHEFTELOWITZ, Isidor

    SCHEFTELOWITZ, Isidor Isaac. Sandersleben/Anhalt 1.5.1875 — Oxford 17.12. 1934. German (Jewish) Indo-Iranian Scholar. Professor and Rabbi in Cologne. Ph.D. 1901 Königsberg. ...

  • SCHELLER, Meinrad

    SCHELLER, Meinrad. Zürich 17.5.1921 — 24.4.1991. Swiss Sanskrit and IE Scholar. Professor in Zürich. Studies at Zürich under M. Leumann, Pokorny ...

  • SCHENKL, Karl

    SCHENKL, Karl. Brno 11.12.1826 — Graz 20.9.1900. Austrian Classical Scholar interested in Sanskrit. Son of a schoolteacher and classical philologist. Studies in 1845-49 ...

  • SCHERER, Anton

    SCHERER, Anton. Munich 31.8.1901 — Heidelberg 7.5.1981. German IE Scholar. Professor in Heidelberg. Son of an artisan, educated at Maxgymnasium in Munich. Studied IE, Greek, ...

  • SCHERMAN, Christine

    SCHERMAN, Christine (née Reindl) 2.12.1865 — Hanson Mass. 17.3.1940. German Anthropologist, specialist of Burma. Wife of —> L. S., often participated in his work, ...

  • SCHERMAN, Lucian

    SCHERMAN, Lucian. Posen 10.10.1864 — Hanson, Mass. 29.5.1946. German Indologist and Anthropologist. Professor in Munich. Husband of —> Chr. S. Son of ...

  • SCHERZL, Robert (Robert Ivanovič Šercl)

    SCHERZL, Robert (Robert Ivanovič Šercl’). 18?? — 1???. Czech IE Scholar in Ukraina. Younger brother of —> V. I. Scherzl. Docent at Harkov (Harkiv) ...

  • SCHERZL, Vincenz (Vikentij Ivanovič Šercl)

    SCHERZL, Vincenz (Vikentij Ivanovič Šercl, Čeněk Šercl). Beroun, Bohemia (Czech) 28.9.1843 — Ljubljana 4.12.1906. Czech Indologist and IE Scholar in Ukraina ...

  • SCHIEFNER, Franz Anton (A. A. Šifner)

    SCHIEFNER, Franz Anton (Anton Antonovič Šifner). Reval (Tallinn) 6.(18.)7.1817 — St. Petersburg 4.(16.)11.1879. ...

  • SCHIERLITZ, Ernst

    SCHIERLITZ, Ernst. Schleissheim near Munich 13.1.1902 — München 11.2.1940. German Indologist and Sinologist in China. Son of Josef S., a post ...

  • SCHIERN, Frederik Eginhard Amadeus

    SCHIERN, Frederik Eginhard Amadeus Høst. Copenhagen 22.11.1816 — 16.12.1882. Danish Historian and Classical Scholar. Son of Jens Kragh Høst (1772–1844), an author, and ...

  • SCHILLING VON CANSTADT, Paul, Freiherr (Pavel Lvovič, Baron)

    SCHILLING VON CANSTADT, Paul Ludwig, Freiherr (Pavel Lvovič Šilling fon Kanštadt, Baron). Reval 5.(16.)4.1786 — St.Petersburg 25.7.(6.8.)1837. Russian (German ...

  • SCHINDLER, Jochem

    SCHINDLER, Jochem. Amstetten 8.11.1944 — Prague 24.12.1994. Austrian IE Linguist. Ph.D. 1972. In 1972-74 Assistant at Vienna. In 1974-76 Assistant Professor, 1976-78 Associate ...

  • SCHIRMEISEN, K.

    SCHIRMEISEN, Karl. Žamberk (Bohemia) 13.12.1868 — Ahrweiler (Germany) 11.8.1958. German (of Czech) Scientist (Mineralogist) interested in history and archaeology. Dr. Living in Brno, ...

  • SCHLAGINTWEIT-SAKÜNLÜSKI, Hermann von

    SCHLAGINTWEIT-SAKÜNLÜSKI, Hermann von. Munich 13.5.1826 — Munich 19.1. 1882. German Traveller in India and Central Asia. Brother of —> Adolf, Emil and Robert S. Studied ...

  • SCHLAGINTWEIT, Adolf

    SCHLAGINTWEIT, Adolf. Munich 9.1.1829 — Kashgar 27.8.1857. German Traveller in India and Central Asia. Brother of —> Emil, Hermann and Robert S. Studied ...

  • SCHLAGINTWEIT, Emil

    SCHLAGINTWEIT, Emil. Munich 7.7.1835 — 20.10.1904. German Indologist and Tibetan Scholar. Younger brother of —> Adolf, Hermann, and Robert S. A ...

  • SCHLAGINTWEIT, Robert von

    SCHLAGINTWEIT, Robert von. Munich 27.10.1833 — Giessen 6.6.1885. German Traveller in India and Central Asia. Brother of —> Adolf, Emil and Hermann S. Studied science. ...

  • SCHLEGEL, August Wilhelm von

    SCHLEGEL, August Wilhelm von. Hannover 5.9.1767 — Bonn 12.5.1845. German Indologist, Classical Scholar and Art Historian. Professor in Bonn. Son of ...

  • SCHLEGEL, Karl Wilhelm Friedrich

    SCHLEGEL, Karl Wilhelm Friedrich (von). Hannover 10.3.1772 — Dresden 12.1. 1829. German Literate ...

  • SCHLEICHER, August

    SCHLEICHER, August. Meiningen/Thüringen 1821 — Jena 6.12.1868. German Indologist and IE Scholar. Professor in Prague and Jena. Son of a physician, ...

  • SCHLUMBERGER, Daniel.

    SCHLUMBERGER, Daniel Théodore. Mulhouse (Alsace, then German Elsaß) 19.12.1904 — Princeton NJ 21.10.1972. French (Alsatian) Archaeologist of Afghanistan. Son of a ...

  • SCHMIDT, Erich Friedrich

    SCHMIDT, Erich Friedrich. Baden-Baden 13.9.1897 — Santa Barbara CAL 3.10.1964. German Archaeologist in the U.S.A. Lost early his father, he had military education ...

  • SCHMIDT, Gernot

    SCHMID, Toni (Antonia Elisabeth Magdalena). 25.9.1897 — Uppsala 16.12.1972. Austrian Scholar of Religious History and Tibetan Iconography in Sweden. Daughter of a wealthy ...

  • SCHMIDT, Gernot

    SCHMIDT, Gernot. 29.7.1931 — 4.7.1991. German IE Scholar. Professor in Bonn. Ph.D. Professor of IE Linguistics at Bonn (1987).

  • SCHMIDT, Heinrich Wilhelm Arnold

    SCHMIDT, Heinrich Wilhelm Arnold. Hörde near Dortmund 16.2.1868 — Fribourg 10.2.1953. Father. Famous German Anthropologist and Linguist in Austria ...

  • SCHMIDT, Isaak Jakob

    SCHMIDT, Isaak Jakob (Jakov Ivanovič Šmidt). Amsterdam 14.10.1779 — St.Petersburg 27.8.(8.9.)1847. German Central Asian Scholar in Russia. Academician in St. Petersburg. ...

  • SCHMIDT, Johannes Friedrich Heinrich

    SCHMIDT, Johannes Friedrich Heinrich. Prenzlau 29.7.1843 — Berlin 4.7.1901. German IE Scholar. Professor in Berlin. Orphaned (mother died 1844, father 1852) he grew ...

  • SCHMIDT, József

    SCHMIDT, József. Vác 24.12.1868 — Budapest 1.10.1933. Hungarian Indologist. Professor in Budapest. Son of a house-painter, studied at Budapest under Mayr. ...

  • SCHMIDT, Kurt

    SCHMIDT, Kurt. Berlin 1879 — Berlin 1975. German Bauddha. Dr. iuris 1901 Rostock. Worked as journalist in Munich, Dresden and Leipzig, and Westfalen, ...

  • SCHMIDT, Richard

    SCHMIDT, Richard. Aschersleben 29.1.1866 — Münster/Westfalen 15.11.1939. German Indologist. Professor in Münster. Son of a teacher. After school in Eisleben studied ...

  • SCHMIDTS, Peter

    SCHMIDTS, Peter (Pēteris Šmits, Russian Pëtr Petrovič Šmidt). Rauna, Latvia 25.12.1869 — Riga 5.6.1938. Latvian Linguist. Professor of IE Antiquity and Baltic Philology at Riga. Studied Russian, Chinese and ...

  • SCHMITT, Alfred

    SCHMITT, Alfred. Rixdorf (Berlin) 1.4.1888 — Munich 1.1.1976. German IE Linguist. Born in a Herrnhutian (Moravian) family, educated in Niesky and Liegnitz. Studied ...

  • SCHMÖLDERS, Franz August

    SCHMÖLDERS, Franz August. Rhede bei Bocholt (Westfalen) 28.11.1809 — Breslau 21.2. 1880. German Oriental (Arabic) Scholar interested in Sanskrit. ...

  • SCHNEIDER, Ulrich

    SCHNEIDER, Ulrich. Peres, Kr. Borna (Sachsen) 2.4.1922 — 30.5.1992. German Indologist. Professor in Freiburg and Münster. In 1940 began studies of ...

  • SCHOEBEL, Charles (Karl)

    SCHOEBEL, Charles (Karl). Ludwigslust/Mecklemburg 1813 — 8.12.1888. German Indologist, Ethnograph and Linguist in France. Studies of Indology (under Burnouf) and other ...

  • SCHOFF, Wilfred Harvey

    SCHOFF, Wilfred Harvey. Newtonville, Mass. 27.11.1874 — Lower Merion PA 14.9.1932. U.S. Historian of Commerce and Economy. Son of Frederic S. and Hannah ...

  • SCHÖHL, Hermann

    SCHÖHL, Hermann. Rufach/Oberelsass 28.4.1882 — 19??. German Student of Indology. Son of the director of an agricultural school. After gymnasium in Colmar (Alsace) ...

  • SCHOLBERG, Henry Caesar

    SCHOLBERG, Henry Caesar. Rushford, Minnesota 11.10.1879 — Daytona Beach, Florida 2.10.1969. U.S. Methodist Missionary and Hindi Scholar. Born in a modest family of ...

  • SCHOMERUS, Hilko Wiardo

    SCHOMERUS, Hilko Wiardo. Marienkate/Ostfriesland 7.1.1879 — Halle 13.11.1945. German Missionary and Indologist (Tamil Scholar). In India 1902-12, Professor in Halle. Son ...

  • SCHÖNBERG, Ignaz

    SCHÖNBERG, Ignaz. 1856 — Vienna 29.1.1886. Austrian (or German) Indologist. Son of Markus Schönberg and Johanna Chaja Katalin. Student of Bühler ...

  • SCHÖNFELD, Karl

    SCHÖNFELD, Karl. Schaffhausen 1878 — Locarno 10.7.19??. Swiss Student of Indology. Ph.D. 1909/10 Zürich. After school and gymnasium in Winterthur studied in 1897-98 ...

  • SCHÖNWERTH, Sigurd.

    SCHÖNWERTH, Sigurd. Munich 9.10.1908 — 24.1.1994. German Bauddha. A Physician. Son of Alfred Schönwerth (1865–1941), a chirurgian. Studied medicine in Munich, degrees 1932 ...

  • SCHOR, R. I.

    SCHOR, R. I. —> ŠOR, R. I.

  • SCHOTERMAN, Jan Anthony

    SCHOTERMAN, Jan Anthony. Amersfoort 27.3.1948 — Amersfoort 29.6.1989. Dutch Indologist. Educated in Amersfoort. In 1968-73 studies of Indo-Iranian and Dravidian at ...

  • SCHOTSMAN-WOLFERS, Janine

    SCHOTSMAN-WOLFERS, Janine. 19?? — 17.3.1991. Belgian Art Historian, She was the Head of “India and S.E. Asia department of Royal Museums of Art ...

  • SCHOTT, Wilhelm

    SCHOTT, Wilhelm Christian. Mainz 3.9.1807 — Berlin 21.1.1889. German Fenno-Ugric and Central Asian Scholar, and Sinologist. Son of a merchant. Started as Theologian ...

  • SCHRADER, Friedrich

    SCHRADER, Friedrich. Wolmirstedt, Prussia 19.11.1865 — Berlin 28.8.1922. German Oriental Scholar, Art Historian and Journalist. Educated in Magdeburg, studies at Halle (also art ...

  • SCHRADER, Friedrich Otto

    SCHRADER, Friedrich Otto. Hamburg 19.3.1876 — Kiel 3.11.1961. German Indologist. Professor in Kiel. Son of a judge, educated in Hamburg. Following ...

  • SCHRADER, Otto

    SCHRADER, Otto. Weimar 28.3.1855 — Breslau 21.3.1919. German IE Scholar. Professor in Breslau. Son of a civil servant, educated in Weimar, ...

  • SCHRAM, Robert

    SCHRAM, Robert. 1850 — 1923. Austrian Astronomer and Geodecist. At Vienna University. Dr.

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  • SCHRIJNEN, Joseph Charles François Hubert

    SCHRIJNEN, Joseph Charles François Hubert. Venlo 3.5.1869 — Nijmegen 26.1.1938. Dutch IE Scholar. Professor in Nijmegen. Son of a chemist, educated in Roermond. ...

  • SCHRÖDER, Dominik

    SCHRÖDER, Dominik. Eiweiler, Saarland 4.9.1910 — Ibid. 25.12.1974. German Catholic Missionary and Anthropologist in China. Worked in North-West China in 1938-49, mainly among ...

  • SCHRÖDER, Leopold Alexander von

    SCHRÖDER, Leopold Alexander von. Dorpat (Tartu) 12.(24.)12.1851 — Vienna 8.2.1920. German (of Estonia) Indologist in Austria. Professor ...

  • SCHRÖTER, Friedrich Christian Gotthelf

    SCHRÖTER, Friedrich Christian Gotthelf. 1786 — ?.7.1820. German Missionary in Bengal. Born in Saxony, was educated as a missionary by Johann Jaenicke in ...

  • SCHRÖTER, Julius Erich

    SCHRÖTER, Julius Erich. 18?? — 19??. German Student of Indology. Ph.D. 1900 Leipzig.

  • SCHUBERT, Johannes

    SCHUBERT, Johannes. Annaberg/Sächs. Erzgebirge 7.9.1896 — Leipzig 2.8.1976. German (East) Tibetan and Mongolian Scholar. Professor in Leipzig. Educated in Plauen, participated ...

  • SCHUBRING, Walter

    SCHUBRING, Julius Hermann Walther (Walter). Lübeck 10.12.1881 — Hamburg 13.4.1969. German Indologist. Professor ...

  • SCHULEMANN, Günther

    SCHULEMANN, Günther. Neisse/Schlesien (now Nysa in Poland) 26.8.1889 — Dresden 15.6.1964. German Philosopher and Buddhist Scholar. Professor in Breslau. Brother of ...

  • SCHULEMANN, Werner

    SCHULEMANN, Werner. Neisse/Schlesien (now Nysa in Poland) 4.5.1888 — Bonn 20.6.1975. German Pharmacologist interested in Lamaism. Brother of —> Günther S. Studies at Freiburg ...

  • SCHULTZE, Benjamin

    SCHULTZE, Benjamin. Sonnenburg (now Słonsk in Poland) 1689 — 25.11.1760. German Missionary and Precursor of Indology. In India 1719-43. From Sonnenburg in Neumark. ...

  • SCHULTZE, Theodor

    SCHULTZE, Theodor. 1824 — 1898 (when 74). German Lay Philosopher interested in Buddhism. Ober-presidialrat. In Danish service, after Danish-Prussian war living in Berlin.

  • SCHULZ, Friedrich Eduard

    SCHULZ, Friedrich Eduard. Darmstadt 12.7.1799 — Kurdistan, near Başkale fall 1829. German Oriental Scholar and Asian traveller. Studies at Giessen and Göttingen. In ...

  • SCHULZE, Wilhelm

    SCHULZE, Wilhelm. Burgsteinfurt, Westfalen 15.12.1863 — Neu-Babelsberg (Berlin) 15.1.1935. German IE Scholar, founder of the Berlin School. Professor in Berlin. Son of a ...

  • SCHURHAMMER, Georg

    SCHURHAMMER, Georg. Unterglottertal/Südschwarzwald 25.9.1882 — Rome 2.11.1971. S.J. Father. German Historian of Catholic Missions in Asia, especially of Francisco Xavier. After theological studies ...

  • SCHÜTZ, Carl

    SCHÜTZ, Carl. Bückeburg 14.4.1805 — Bielefeld 14.9.1892. German Indologist. Ph.D. Studied at Berlin under Bopp, then worked as teacher at Gymnasium ...

  • SCHUYLER, Montgomery

    SCHUYLER, Montgomery. Stamford, Conn. 2.9.1877 — New York 1.11.1955. U.S. Diplomat and Indologist. Son of Montgomery S. (1843–1914), a fanous journalist, ...

  • SCHWAB, Julius

    SCHWAB, Julius. 17.4.1852 — 19??. German Librarian and Student of Indology. Studies at München under E. Kuhn. Ph.D. 1882 München. From ...

  • SCHWAB, Raymond.

    SCHWAB, Raymond. Nancy 23.2.1884 — Paris 2.6.1956. French Author and Historian of Oriental Studies. Son of Alexandre S. and Léontine Lévy. Licence-es-lettres 1906. ...

  • SCHWANBECK, Erwin Alexis

    SCHWANBECK, Erwin Alexis. Falkenberg/Pommern (now Jastrzębniki in Poland)) 13.11.1821 — Köln 8.1.1850. German Classical Scholar and Indologist. Studied classical ...

  • SCHWARTZ, Ben

    SCHWARTZ, Ben (Benjamin). 19?? — 26.12.1981. U.S. IE Linguist and Anatolian Scholar. A.B. M.A. Ph.D. 193?. In 1956-75 Associate Professor of Classics at ...

  • SCHWARTZ, Christian Friedrich

    SCHWARTZ (Swartz), Christian Friedrich. Sonnenburg/Prussia (now Slońsk in Poland) 22.10.1726 — Tanjore (Tañcāvūr) 13.2.1798. German Missionary in India. Son of Georg S., a ...

  • SCHWEIZER-SIDLER, Heinrich

    SCHWEIZER-SIDLER, Heinrich (originally H. Schweizer). Elgg, canton Zürich 12.9. 1815 — Zürich 30.3.1894. Swiss IE Scholar. Professor in Zürich. Son of the minister ...

  • SCHWENTNER, Ernst

    SCHWENTNER, Ernst. Schwerin 28.6.1890 — 196?/7?. German Indo-Iranian, Tocharian and IE Scholar. Gymnasium in Schwerin. Ph.D. 1915 Münster (diss. on Germanistics). ...

  • SCHWYZER, Eduard

    SCHWYZER, Eduard. Zürich 15.2.1874 — Berlin 3.5.1943. Swiss IE Scholar in Germany. Professor in Zürich, Bonn and Berlin. Grandnephew of —> ...

  • SCOTT, Hugh Robert

    SCOTT, Hugh Robert. 1859 — 1929. Rev. Irish Presbyterian Missionary in India interested in Numismatics. M.A. Dr. Worked as missionary in Rajkot (1883-97) ...

  • SCOTT, Jonathan

    SCOTT, Jonathan. Shrewsbury 1754 — Shrewsbury 11.2.1829. British Colonial Officer and Oriental (Arabic and Persian) Scholar in India. Son of Jonathan Scott, brother ...

  • SCRIBA, Karl

    SCRIBA, Karl. 18?? — 19??. German Student of Indology. Ph.D. 1902 Würzburg (under Jolly).

    Publications:ŠEBESTOVÁ, Anna

    ŠEBESTOVÁ, Anna. Turnov 8.2.1892 — 19??. Czech Student of Indology. Studied at Charles University in Prague under Zubatý, Ph.D. there 1918/19.

  • SEDDON, Charles Norman

    SEDDON, Charles Norman. 18.12.1870 — 27.3.1950. British Oriental (Marathi and Persian) Scholar. Educated in Liverpool and in 1889-91 at ...

  • SEDGWICK, L. J.

    SEDGWICK, Leonard John. 1883 — 1925. British Civil Servant in India, Interedtes in Botany and Religion. B.A. Cambridge. Worked in Gujarat. ...

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    SEELY, John Benjamin. 17?? — 18??. British Officer in India. Captain in Bombay Native Infantry. He gave the first detailed account ...

  • SEGERSTEDT, Torgny

    SEGERSTEDT, Torgny. Karlstad 1.11.1876 — Göteborg 31.3.1945. Swedish Journalist and Historian of Religion. Son of Albrekt S., teacher and ...

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    SEIDENSTÜCKER, Karl Bernhard (Girimānanda, Bruno Freydank). Gerbstedt 23.3.1876 — Leipzig 29.10.1936. German Bauddha and Buddhist Scholar. Son of a ...

  • SELIGMANN, Brenda Zara

    SELIGMANN, Brenda Zara (née Salaman). 1883 — 1965. British Anthropologist. Daughter of Myer and Sarah Salaman, studied pre-medical biology at Bedford ...

  • SELIGMANN, Charles Gabriel

    SELIGMANN, Charles Gabriel. London 24.12.1873 — 19.1.1940. British Anthropologist. Originally a physician, soon ...

  • SELLE, Götz von

    SELLE, Götz von. Torgau 28.1.1893 — Göttingen 6.10.1956. German Historian and Iranian scholar. Born as a son of an officer (later colonel). After ...

  • SEMENCOV, Vsevolod Sergeevič

    SEMENCOV, Vsevolod Sergeevič. v sele Rudne-Grabovke Žitomurskoj oblasti 2.7.1941 — 12.1.1986. Russian Indologist. Son of a forest engineer. Studied first music, from 1963 ...

  • SEMIČOV, Boris Vladimirovič

    SEMIČOV, Boris Vladimirovič. St.Petersburg 26.10.(8.11.)1900 — 17.2. 1984. Russian Indologist and Tibetan Scholar. Son of an official. Graduated 1929 from Leningrad ...

  • SENART, Émile Charles Marie

    SENART, Émile Charles Marie. Reims 26.3.1847 — Paris 21.2.1928. French Indologist. Private Scholar in Paris. Born in a rich merchant family ...

  • SENN, Alfred

    SENN, Alfred. Blotzheim, Alsace (then Germany) 19.3.1899 — Ashford CT 9.2.1978. Swiss Linguist of Baltic, German and IE in Lithuania and the U.S.A. ...

  • ŠERCL, Vikentij Ivanovič
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    SEREBRJAKOV, Igor’ Dmitrievič. Sartana, Mariupolsk, gub. Ekaterinoslav (obl. Doneck) 14.(27.)11.1917 — Ibid. 20.9.1998. Russian Indologist. Son of a worker. Graduated 1940 ...

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    SEWELL, Robert Beresford Seymour. 4.6.1845 — London 30.12.1925. British Civil Servant, Historian, and Indologist in India. Son of Robert Burleigh S., ...

  • SHAFER, Robert Lloyd

    SHAFER, Robert Lloyd. 1893 — 1969. U.S. Linguist and Sino-Tibetan scholar. At Berkeley. Famous, but rather much criticised for his brave ...

  • SHAKESPEAR, John

    SHAKESPEAR, John. Indore 1.9.1861 — 1942. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of Colonel Sir Richmond Campbell Sh. (1812–61, ...

  • SHAKESPEAR, John. Lount, Staunton-Herald

    SHAKESPEAR, John. Lount, Staunton-Herald, Leicestershire ?.8.1774 — 14.6.1858. British Oriental (Hindi/Urdu, Arabic and Persian) Scholar. Professor in Addiscombe. Son of a ...

  • SHARPE, Phoebe Elizabeth

    SHARPE, Phoebe Elizabeth (née Lavnder). Bangalore 1888 — 1941. Miss. British Authoress interested ...

  • SHAW, Robert Barkley

    SHAW, Robert Barkley. London 12.7.1839 — Mandalay, Burma 15.6.1879. British Traveller in Central Asia, then Civil Servant in Burma. ...

  • SHAW, William

    SHEA, David. 1777 — 1836. British (Irish?) Persian Scholar. Professor at Haileybury. Studied Classics at Dublin. Never visited Asia, but learned Arabic and Persian in Malta, then teaching at ...

  • SHERRING, Matthew Atmore

    SHERRING, Matthew Atmore. 26.9.1826 — Benares 10.8.1880. Rev. British Missionary and Ethnologist in India. Educated at Coward ...

  • SHIRT, George

    SHIRT, George. Cawthorne, Yorkshire 1843 — Quetta 16.6.1886. Rev. British Missionary in India. Educated in London and Cambridge (B.A. 1864). Left for India in 1866 ...

  • SHORE, John

    SHORE, John (1798 first baron Teignmouth). London 5. or 8.10.1751 — London 14.2.1834. British Colonial Officer. Son of Thomas Shore, educated at Harrow. ...

  • SIAUVE, Suzanne

    SIAUVE, Suzanne. Lille 27.12.1919 — 12.8.1975. French Indologist. Daughter of a gynaecological surgeon, went to school in Lille. From 1939 studied ...

  • SICÉ, François Eugène

    SICÉ, François Eugène. 1??? — 1???. French Colonial Officer in India, interested in Indian law. Sous-commissaire de la marine, ...

  • SIDDONS, George Richard

    SIDDONS, George Richard. Fort Marlborough, Bengkulu, Sumatra 1.12.1809 — at sea ?.7.1857. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of ...

  • SIECKE, Ernst Ludwig Albert Karl

    SIECKE, Ernst Ludwig Albert Karl. Spandau 19.1.1846 — 1935. German Indologist and IE Scholar. Schoolteacher in Berlin. After school and gymnasium ...

  • SIEGFRIED, Rudolf Thomas

    SIEGFRIED, Rudolf Thomas. 1830 — 10.1.1863. German IE and Celtic Scholar in Ireland. Professor in Dublin. From Dessau. Studied at Berlin ...

  • SIEGLING, Wilhelm

    SIEGLING, Wilhelm. Erfurt 14.1.1880 — 22.1.1946. German Indologist and Tocharian Scholar. Research Scholar in Berlin. Educated in Erfurt and Eisleben. Studies ...

  • SIERKSMA, Fokke

    SIERKSMA, Fokke. Dantumawoude near Dokkum 30.5.1917 — Leiden 22.8.1977. Dutch Scholar of Comparative Religion and Tibetan. Born in a religious family, ...

  • SIEVERS, Eduard

    SIEVERS, Eduard. Lippoldsberg an der Weser, Hessen 25.11.1850 — Leipzig 30.3.1932. German Phonetician, Germanic and IE Linguist. Professor in Leipzig. Educated in Kassel. ...

  • SIIGER, Halfdan

    SIIGER, Halfdan (Hans Christian Julius Johannes Sophus Halfdan Siiger). Copenhagen 28.7.1911 — Copenhagen 15.12.1999. Danish Ethnologist, Scholar of Religion and Tibetan. ...

  • SILBURN, Lilian

    SILBURN, Lilian. Le Vésinet 19.2.1908 — Le Vésinet 19.3.1993. Mademoiselle. French Indologist. Born of English parents living in France, studied philosophy, ...

  • SILVERSTONE, Marilyn

    SILVERSTONE, Marilyn (Bhikshuni Ngawang Chödrön). London 9.3.1929 — near Kathmandu 28.9.1999. U.S. Photojournalist and Buddhist Nun. Daughter of Murray Silverstone, a film director ...

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    SILVESTRE DE SACY, Antoine Isaac (baron). Paris 21.9.1758 — Paris 21.2.1838. French Oriental (Arabic and Persian) Scholar. Professor in Paris. Son of a ...

  • SIMENSCHY, Theofil

    SIMENSCHY, Theofil. Iaşi 27.1.1892 — Iaşi 15.12.1968. Romanian Indologist and Linguist. Professor in Iaşi (Jassy). After lyceum in Iaşi studied classical ...

  • SIMON, Ernst Julius Walter

    SIMON, Ernst Julius Walter (Ximen Xuade). Berlin 10.6.1893 — London 22.2.1981. German Sinologist ...

  • SIMON, Richard

    SIMON, Richard. Hamburg 10.9.1865 — Berlin 14. or 17.8.1934. German Indologist. Born in a family of Jewish origin, educated in Hamburg. ...

  • SIMONSSON, Nils

    SIMONSSON, Nils. Offerdal, Jämtland 12.11.1920 — Uppsala 22.5.1994. Swedish Indologist. Professor in Oslo and Uppsala. Son of a farmer, Simon S., ...

  • SIMPSON, William

    SIMPSON, William. Glasgow 28.10.1823 — London 17.8.1899. British (Scots) Artist. Of modest origin, became famous as newspaper illustrator. He ...

  • SINGER, Milton Borah

    SINGER, Milton Borah. Poland 15.7.1912 — N.Y. 5.12.1994, when 82. U.S. Anthropologist of India. Born in a Jewish family in Poland, ...

  • ŠIRJAEV, M. A.

    ŠIRJAEV, Mihail Alekseevič. 1887 — 1952. Russian Indologist. Student of Ščerbackoj and Barannikov, specialised first in Hindustani, the also in Sanskrit. In the ...

  • SITTIG, Ernst

    SITTIG, Ernst. Berlin 1.2.1887 — Tübingen 25.12.1955. German Linguist and Classical Scholar. Professor in Tübingen. Educated in Berlin, studies at Jena, Berlin and Halle. Ph.D. 1911 Halle. In WW ...

  • SKEEN, W.

    SKEEN, William. London 1822 — Sri Lanka 1872. British Printer in Ceylon, the first officially appointed Government Printer for ...

  • SKÖLD, Johannes (Hannes) Evelinus

    SKÖLD, Johannes (Hannes) Evelinus. Västerlövsta, Västmanland 20.9.1886 — ...

  • SKREFSRUD, Laurentius (Lars) Olav

    SKREFSRUD, Laurentius (Lars) Olsen. Fåberg in Oppland 4.2.1840 — Benagaria (now in Jharkand) 11.12.1910. Norwegian Missionary in India. in his troubled youth he ...

  • SKRINE, Francis Henry Bennett

    SKRINE, Francis Henry Bennett. 1847 — 1933. British Civil Servant in India. “Son of Captain Clarmont Skrine retired officer in Wimbledon], educated at ...

  • SKURZAK, Ludwik

    SKURZAK, Ludwik. Cieszanowo near Rzeszow 18.11.1900 — Wrocław 26.2.1979. Polish Indologist. Born in a farmer family. Studied at the Jan Kazimir ...

  • SLÁDEČEK, Bohumil

    SLÁDEČEK, Bohumil. Dobrovice 29.11.1883 — Prague 30.12.1965. Czechoslovakian Student of IE Linguistics. Studied at Charles University in Prague under Zubatý, Ph.D. there 1917/18. ...

  • SLEEMAN, William Henry

    SLEEMAN, William Henry. Stratton, Cornwall 18.8.1788 — at sea 10/25.2.1856. Sir. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of Philip Sl., lost his father ...

  • SLIJEPČEVIĆ, Pero

    SLIJEPČEVIĆ, Pero. Samobor near Gacka in Herzegovina 12.6.1888 — Beograd 13.12.1964. Yugoslavian (Serbian) Author and Linguist. Educated in Mostar. ...

  • SLOTTY, Friedrich

    SLOTTY, Friedrich. Brieg (Bez. Breslau, now Brzeg in Poland) 19.10.1881 — Jena 23.12.1963. German (East) IE Scholar. Studies of Classics and Comparative Linguistics ...

  • SŁUSZKIEWICZ, Eugeniusz

    SŁUSZKIEWICZ, Eugeniusz Leonard. Jarosław 6.11.1901 — Warsaw 28.8.1981. Polish Indologist and Armenologist. Professor in Warsaw. Studied from 1919 at Cracow classical ...

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    SMÉKAL, Odolen. Olomouc 18.8.1928 — Prague 17.6.1998. Czech Indologist (Hindi Scholar). Son of Vaclav Martin Smékal and Anežka Smičková. Studies at ...

  • ŠMELHAUS, Stanislav

    ŠMELHAUS, Stanislav. Karlín 17.11.1887 — 19??. Czechoslovakian Student of Indology. Studied at Charles University in Prague under Zubatý, Ph.D. there 1924/25.

  • SMET, Richard V. de

    SMET, Richard V. de. Montignies-sur-Sambre near Charleroi 16.4.1916 — Brussels 2.3.1997. S.J. Belgian Missionary and Indologist. Came to India in 1946 ...

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    ŚMIESZEK, Anton. 22.5.1881 — 1943. Polish Oriental Scholar. Professor of Ancient Oriental Languages and Sanskrit in Poznań. He was mainly a scholar of ...

  • SMIRNOV, Boris Leonidovič

    SMIRNOV, Boris Leonidovič. Černigov gub. (now Černigiv, Ukraina) 1891 — 1967. Russian (Ukrainian?) Physician interested in Indology. Professor of Medicine and ...

  • SMIRNOV, Jurij Andreevič

    SMIRNOV, Jurij Andreevič. Vladikavkaz 12.3.1923 — 17.2.1984. Russian Indologist, specialist of Pañjabi. Son of a worker. In 1941-58 served in army (in 1941-45 ...

  • SMIRNOV, Vasilij Ivanovič

    SMIRNOV, Vasilij Ivanovič. Tver gub. 1898 — 19??. Russian Indologist, specialist of Bengali. Son of a farmer. Graduated from ...

  • SMIRNOVA, Ol’ga Ivanovna

    SMIRNOVA, Ol’ga Ivanovna. Petergof (Petrodvorec) 14.(27.)6.1910 — 13.1. 1982. Russian Central Asian (Sogdian) Scholar and Historian. Daughter of an officer. Graduated ...

  • SMITH, Edmund William

    SMITH, Edmund William. 25.3.1858 — 21.11.1901. British Archaelogical Photographer in India. In 1886 joined A.S.I. as Assistant Archaeological Surveyor for North-West Provinces and ...

  • SMITH, George

    SMITH, George. Leith 28.4.1833 — Edinburgh 24.12.1919. British (Scots) Teacher in India. “Son of Adam Smith, educated at the ...

  • SMITH, Helmer

    SMITH, Helmer. Boo, Stockholms län 26.4.1882 — 9.1.1956. Swedish Indologist. Professor in ...

  • SMITH, May

    SMITH, May. 18?? — 19??. Britishwoman interested in Pāli. Doomed to remain ...

  • SMITH, Ray Caldwell

    SMITH, Ray Caldwell. 20.7.1872 ...

  • SMITH, Ronald Morton

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    SMITH, Vincent Arthur. Dublin 3.6.1848 — Oxford 6.2.1920. Irish Indologist, Historian and ...

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    SMYTH, Herbert Weir. Wilmington, DE 8.8.1857 — Bar Harbor, ME 16.7.1937. U.S. Classical (Greek) ...

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    SNESAREV, Andrej Evgen’evič. Staraja Kalitva, Ostrogožskij uezd (now Rossoš), gub. Voronež 1.(13.)12.1865 — Moscow ...

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  • SOLMSEN, Felix

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    SOMS (Y) CASTELÍN, Enrique. 1860 — 1913. Spanish Linguist. Professor of Greek at Salamanca, from 1891 at Madrid. After Gelabert y Gordiola’s

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    SONNE, Wilhelm Günther Heinrich. Ilfeld/Harz 22.2.1820 — Wismar 3.5.1873. German IE Scholar. Schoolteacher in ...

  • SONNERAT, Pierre

    SONNERAT, Pierre. Lyon 18.8.1748 — Paris 31.3.1814. ...

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    SONTHEIMER, Günther-Dietz. Ulm 21.4.1934 — Dossenheim bei Heidelberg 2.6.1992. German Indologist, Specialist ...

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    SOPER, Alexander Coburn, III. Chicago 18.2.ŠOR, Rozalija Osipovna

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    SØRENSEN, Søren. Danstrup 23.11.1849 — 8.12.1902. Danish Indologist. Professor in Copenhagen. Son ...

  • SØRENSEN, Theodor August Christian

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  • SORLEY, Herbert Tower

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    SOROKIN, Sergej Sergeevič. Orël 10.(23.)6.1913 — 20.7.1984. Russian Central Asian Scholar (History and Archaeology). ...

  • SOTNIKOV, Mihail Nikolaevič

    SOTNIKOV, Mihail Nikolaevič. 1??? — 19??. Russian Indologist, Specialist of Hindi Grammar. In the ...

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    SOWA, Rudolf von. Lemberg (now Lviv, Ukraina) 30.1.1853 — Brünn 29.9.1900. Austrian (of Poland) ...

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    SPEAR, Percival. Bath, Somerset 2.11.1901 — Cambridge 16.12.1982. British Historian of India. Educated at ...

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    SPECHT, Edouard Prosper Emmanuel. 1843 — Paris 2.3.1906. French ...

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    SPENCER, Harold

    SPENCER, Harold. 18?? — 19??. Rev. Wesleyan Missionary in India. B.A. In in 1909 ...

  • SPEYER, Jacob Samuel

    SPEYER, Jacob Samuel. Amsterdam 20.12.1849 — Leiden 1.11.1913. Dutch Indologist. Professor in ...

  • SPIEGEL, Ludwig Friedrich Ernst von

    SPIEGEL, Ludwig Friedrich ...

  • SPIEKER, Edward Henry

    SPIEKER, Edward Henry. Baltimore 18.4.1859 — 2.2.1918. U.S. Classical Scholar interested in Sanskrit. Professor in Baltimore. Educated at Baltimore ...

  • SPIES, Otto

    SPIES, Otto. Bad Kreuznach 5.4.1901 — Bonn ...

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    SPITZER, Moritz (Moshe Shpitzer). Boskowitz, Moravia (then Austria, now ...

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    SPOONER, David Brainerd. Vermon, Vermont 7.2.1879 — Agra 30.1.1925. U.S. Indologist and ...

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    SPOONER, Elizabeth Colton (née Elizabeth Swester Colton). 18?? — ...

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    SPOTTISWOODE, William. London 11.2.1825 — London 27.6.1883. ...

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  • SPRENGEL, Mattias Christian

    SPRENGEL, Matthias Christian. Rostock 24.8.1746 — Halle 7.1.1803. German Historian. Professor at Halle. Son ...

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  • STACKELBERG, Reinhold Otto Georg, Baron von

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    STAPLETON, Henry Ernest. Boroughbridge, Yorkshire (?) 3.5.1878 ...

  • STASIAK, Stefan

    STASIAK, Stefan. Warsaw 22.2.1884 — London 9.2.1962. Polish Indologist. Professor in Lwów. ...

  • STCHOUKINE, Ivan

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  • STEDE, William Friedrich

    STEDE, William F. (Wilhelm Friedrich Stede). 9.6.1882 — 5.7.1958. German Indologist in ...

  • STEELE, Thomas

    STEELE, Thomas. Walton near Brampton, Cumberland 27.5.1834 ...

  • STEGMANN VON PRITZWALD, Kurt

    STEGMANN VON PRITZWALD, Kurt. Wenden/Livland (now Cēsis in Latvia) 12.6.1901 — Rottenburg/Neckar 21.12.1962. German ...

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    STEIN, Mark Aurel.

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    STEIN, Otto. Saaz/Bohemia (now Žatec in Czech) 21.10.1893 — Łódz Ghetto ?.4.1942. ...

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    STEIN, Rolf Alfred. Schwetz (now Świecie, Poland) 13.6.1911 — Paris 9.10.1999. French ...

  • STEINER, Margarethe

    STEINER, Margaret(he). 1??? — 19??. German Student of Indology. Ph.D. 1926 Tübingen under Garbe. ...

  • STEINGASS, Franz Joseph (Francis Joseph)

    STEINGASS, Franz Joseph (Francis Joseph). Frankfurt/Main 16.3.1825 — ?.1.1903. German Oriental (Arabic, Persian and ...

  • STEINKE, Martin (Tao Chuen)

    STEINKE, Martin (Tao Chuen / Tao Chün / Dao Jun Zhi Ming). Potsdam 23.1.

  • STEINSCHNEIDER, Moritz

    STEINSCHNEIDER, Moritz. Prossnitz, Moravia (now Prostějov in Czech) 30.3.1816 — Berlin 24.1.1907. Moravian Jewish Rabbi and Semitic Scholar. Son of ...

  • STEINTHAL, Paul

    STEINTHAL, Paul. 18?? — 19??. German Indologist. Ph.D in 1881 Leipzig.

  • STEMPEL, Guido Herman

    STEMPEL, Guido Herman. ?.5.1868 — 1955. U.S. ...

  • STENZLER, Adolf Friedrich

    STENZLER, Adolf Friedrich. Wolgast/Pommern 9.7.1807 — Breslau 27.2.1887. German Indologist. Professor in ...

  • STEPANOV, Gurij (Aleksej Ivanovič St.)

    STEPANOV, Gurij (Aleksej Ivanovič St.). Čeboksary 3.10.1880 — Gorkij 1.11.1937. Russian Ecclesiastic, Mongolian and Tibetan Scholar. Archimandrit, then Archbishop of Russian Orthodox Church. After Kazan Seminary studied 1902-06 at ...

  • STEPHANUS A SANCTO PETRO ET PAULO (Antonio Buffi)

    STEPHANUS A SANCTO PETRO ET PAULO (lay Antonio Buffi)STEPHENS (Stevens), Thomas (Thomaz/Tomás Estevão)

    STEPHENS (Stevens), Thomas (Thomaz/Tomás Estevão/Esteves, also known as Padre Busten/Buston)STEPHENSON, John

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  • STERNBACH, Ludwik

    STERNBACH, Ludwik. Cracow 12.12.1910 — Paris 25.3.1981. Polish Indologist. Studied law at ...

  • STEVENSON, Alice Margaret

    STEVENSON, Alice Margaret ...

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    STEVENSON, John. Alton Campsie, Stirlingshire 3.11.1798 — 11.8.1858. Rev. British (Scots) Missionary ...

  • STEVENSON, John Sinclair.

    STEVENSON, John Sinclair. 4.2.1868 — 8.5.1930. Irish Missionary in India, husband of —> M. S. ...

  • STEWART, Caroline Taylor

    STEWART, Caroline Taylor. Miss. Memphis Tenn. 18?? — 19??. U.S. Linguist. Studies at Kansas ...

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    STILL, John. Lambeth 1880 — Port Arthur, ...

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    STIRLING, Andrew. 1793? — Calcutta 23.5.1830. British Civil Servant in India. “Son of Admiral ...

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    STOCKS, Cheridah de Beauvoir (née Cheridah Annie Ernst). Mrs.STOHR, Paolo

    STOHR, Paolo. 1907? — 1940? (when 33). Italian Indologist (Sanskrit Scholar).

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    STOKES, Whitley. Dublin 28.2.1830 — London 13.4.1909. ...

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    STONEHOUSE, John. 17?? — 1???. British Civil Servant in India. In 1780 Assistant to Collector in Shawabad, in 1795 Collector ...

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    STÖNNER, Albert Heinrich.

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    STOROST, Wilhelmas (Vilius Storasta; pseudonym Vydünas, Vîdûnas).STOTHERT, Richard

    STOTHERT, Richard. Edinburgh 1834 (?) — 11.10.1898. Rev. British Missionary in India. Studies at Glasgow and Edinburgh Universities (M.A.). After ...

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    STRACHAN, John. Brae near Keith, Banffshire 31.1.1862 ...

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    STRANGE, Thomas Andrew Lumsden. London (?) 30.11.1756 — London 16.7.1841. Sir. British Civil Servant ...

  • STRANGE, Thomas Lumsden

    STRANGE, Thomas Lumsden. Madras 4.1.1808 — Norwood 4.9.1884. British Civil Servant and Lawyer in ...

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    STRANGWAYS, Arthur Henry Fox. Norwich 14.9.1859 — Dinton, Wiltshire 2.5.1948. British Musicologist. Son of ...

  • STRATTON, Alfred William

    STRATTON, Alfred William. Toronto 1866 — Gulmarg, Kashmir 23.8.1902 (when 38). Canadian ...

  • STRAUSS, Otto

    STRAUSS, Otto. Berlin 18.10.1881 — Bloemendaal, Netherlands 20.10.1940. German Indologist. Professor in ...

  • STREHLY, Georges

    STREHLY, Georges. Alkirch, Alsace 1851 — 1906. French Indologist, Translator of Sanskrit ...

  • STREITBERG, Wilhelm

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