KIRSTE, Johann Otto Ferdinand

KIRSTE, Johann Otto Ferdinand. Graz 1.10.1851 — Graz 2.5.1920. Austrian Indologist. Professor in Graz. Son of a ropemaker master Johann Martin K. in a Calvinist family originally coming from Posen, and Antoinette Hieronymus. In 1870-72 studies of classical philology and a little Sanskrit at Graz (under Schenkl). After brief periods…

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HOEGELSBERGER, Karl

HOEGELSBERGER, Karl. 18?? — 19??. Austrian Student of Iranian (?). Ph.D. 1908 Vienna. Publications: Diss. Sprachvergleichende Studien aus dem Persischen. Vienna 1908. Sources: Nothing found.

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HETAGUROV, Lev Aleksandrovič

HETAGUROV, Lev Aleksandrovič. Cmi Terskoj obl., Severnaja-Osetija (North Ossetia) 2.(15.)12. 1901 — Saratov 12.3.1942. Russian Iranian Scholar. Son of a physician. Graduated 1930 from Faculty of Languages and Material Culture in Leningrad. Kand. filol. nauk 1936, Docent 1938. Taught at Leningrad University in 1936-42. Doktorant 1938-40, naučyj sotrudnik at Inst. Vostokovedenija…

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IVANOV, Vladimir Alekseevič

IVANOV, Vladimir Alekseevič (W. Ivanow). St.Petersburg 3.11.1886 — Tehran 19.6.1970. Russian Iranian (Persian) Scholar in India and Iran. Son of an army surgeon. Studies at St.Petersburg (Arabic under von Rosen, Persian under Žukovskij), graduated 1907 (1911?9. In 1910-14 worked in Russian Bank’s subsidiary in Tehran, 1912-13 fieldwork in Khorasan. Studied…

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INOSTRANCEV, Konstantin Aleksandrovič

INOSTRANCEV, Konstantin Aleksandrovič. St.Petersburg 5(17).4.1876 — Leningrad end of December 1941. Russian Historian of Iran. Born in a noble family. Student of V. von Rosen. Graduated from St.Petersburg Oriental Faculty in 1899. Dr. istorii Vostoka 1908. Conservator of Ethnographic section of Russian Museum from 1902, from 1921 taught at Petrograd/Leningrad…

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(IMBAULT-)HUART, Clément

(IMBAULT-)HUART, Marie Clément. Paris 15.2.1854 — Paris 30.12.1926. French Oriental Scholar. Son of an advocate. Started Arabic in the age of 14, then studied at É.P.H.É. and É.L.O.V. After a period as interpreter student in Damascus he served nearly 20 years in Constantinople, in the end as General Consul. In…

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D’JAKONOVA, Natal’ja Vasil’evna

D’JAKONOVA, Natal’ja Vasil’evna. St.Petersburg 28.11.(11.12.)1907 — 1996. Russian Iranian scholar. Daughter of an official. Graduated 1930 from Leningrad. Kand. filol. nauk 1946. In 1931 naučnyj sotrudnik in Ukrainian Oriental Institute (?) in Harkov, in 1932-35 and 1942-45 at Oriental Institute of Soviet Academy, in 1935-42 and 1945-54 at Hermitage. Apparently…

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