JUSTI, Ferdinand

JUSTI, Ferdinand Wilhelm Jakob. Marburg 2.6.1837 — Marburg 17.2.1907. German Iranian and IE Scholar. Professor in Marburg. Son of a minister, Wilhelm J., and Friederike Ruppersberg, grandson of Karl Wilhelm J. (1767-1846), Professor of Philosophy and Theology at Marburg. In 1856-59 studies at Marburg (under Gildemeister), then 1859-60 at Göttingen…

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JUNKER, Heinrich

JUNKER, Heinrich Franz Joseph. Offenbach am Main 26.3.1889 — Berlin 3.4.1970. German (East) Linguist and Iranian Scholar. Professor in Leipzig and Berlin. Studies at Giessen, Strassburg and Heidelberg. Ph.D. 1911 Heidelberg (under Bartholomae). From 1912 PD at Giessen. In summer 1913 he went together with Gauthiot to Yaghnob Valley. In…

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HARLEZ, Charles-Joseph, chevalier de

HARLEZ DE DEULIN, Charles-Joseph, chevalier de. Huy/Liège 21.8.1832 — Louvain (Leuven) 14.7.1899. Belgian Oriental, especially Iranian scholar. Professor in Louvain. Son of Conrad-Lambert de H. and Marie-Antoinette de Reul de Bonneville, of local nobility of Liège. Concluded law studies at Liège in 1858. Also attended a seminary and became priest…

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HANSEN, Olaf

HANSEN, Olaf. St.Petersburg 11.4.1902 — Kiel 10.1.1969. German Indo-Iranian, especially Middle Iranian Scholar. Professor in Berlin (West). Son of G.O.A.H., librarian of Imperial Academy, and Marie Rödder. In 1917 the family escaped to Baltic states and 1919 to Hamburg. Studied at Hamburg. Ph.D. there 1927 under Reichelt. In 1933-34 in…

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DRESDEN, Mark J.

DRESDEN, Mark Jan. Amsterdam 26.4.1911 — Philadelphia 16.8.1986. Dutch Indologist and Iranian scholar in the U.S.A. Citizen of the U.S.A., Professor in Philadelphia. Son of the composer Sem Dr. and Jacoba Dhont, educated in Amsterdam. Studies of classical and especially Indo-Iranian philology at Amsterdam, B.A. 1933, M.A. 1937 (under Faddegon).…

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