• WAAG, Anatol

    WAAG, Anatol. Elec, Russia 24.11.1906 — Zagreb 19??. Russian (German) Linguist and Iranian Scholar. From 1926 studies in Germany, never returned to Soviet ...

  • WAALS, Henrik Gerardus van der

    WAALS, Henrik Gerardus van der. Leiden 29.11.18?? — Laren 1.8.1931. Dutch Schoolteacher interested in Indology, Translator of Indian classics into Dutch. ...

  • WACKERNAGEL, Jacob

    WACKERNAGEL, Jacob. Basel 11.12.1853 — Basel 22.5.1938. Swiss IE Linguist, Greek and Sanskrit Scholar. Professor in Göttingen and Basel. Son of Wilhelm W. (1806–1868), a ...

  • WADDELL, Lawrence Austine

    WADDELL, Lawrence Austine. Cumbernauld, Dumbartonshire 29.5.1854 — 20.9.1938. British (Scottish) Physician and Tibetan ...

  • WADE, John Peter

    WADE, John Peter. 1762 — Calcutta 14.10.1802. British (Scottish) Physician in India. From 1784 Assistant Medical Surgeon in E.I.C.’s service, first in Benares, then in Chunar. In 1792-94 in Assam. Married ...

  • WAGENER, Auguste

    WAGENER, Auguste. Roermund (Netherlands) 8.6.1829 — Gand (Ghent) 14.5.1896. Belgian Classical Philologist. Professor in Ghent. Born in the Netherlands, son of Jan-Baptist W., ...

  • WAGNER, Paul

    WAGNER, Paul. 1868 — 1951. Rev. German Missionary in India. Worked in Chota Nagpur. WW I forced him back to Germany. Married 1897 Marie Hahn, son-in-law of —> Ferdinand Hahn, children.

    Publications: “Some Kolarian Riddles ...

  • WAGNER, Reinhard

    WAGNER, Reinhard. 1??? — 19??. German Specialist of Bengali. Dr. Schoolteacher (Studienrat). As Docent taught Bengali at Seminar für Orientalische Sprachen in Berlin ...

  • WAIT, William Henry

    WAIT, William Henry. McConnell, Illinois 1854? — Ann Arbor 28.2.1939. U.S. Linguist and Germanist. Son of Nelson W. and Mary Catherine Root. Graduated B.A. 1879 ...

  • WALDE, Alois

    WALDE, Alois. Innsbruck 30.11.1869 — Innsbruck (Prabook: Königsberg) 3.10.1924. Austrian IE and Classical Scholar. Studies Classics and IE at Innsbruck, Ph.D. there 1894. ...

  • WALDSCHMIDT, Ernst

    WALDSCHMIDT, Ernst. Lünen/Westfalen 15.7.1897 — Göttingen 25.2.1985. German Indologist and Buddhist Scholar. Professor in Göttingen. Son of Ernst W., a bookbinder ...

  • WALDSCHMIDT, Rose Leonore

    WALDSCHMIDT, Rose Leonore  (geb. Ohrlich). 1895 — 1988. German Indologist. She was a textile designer and then specialized on the history of South Asian handicrafts. From 1927 wife of —> Ernst W., ...

  • WALHOUSE, Moreton John

    WALHOUSE, Moreton John. Leamington, Warwickshire 19.4.1821 — London 11.1.1913. British Civil Servant in India, interested in Archaeology and Folklore. ...

  • WÄLIKANGAS, Eino

    WÄLIKANGAS, Eino (until 1906 Buddén). Savonlinna 11.10.1889 — Helsinki 4.3.1960. Finnish Student of Indology and Diplomatist. Son of Emil Johannes Buddén, a teacher, ...

  • WALL, George

    WALL, George. North Shields, Northumberland 22.12.1820 — London 16.12.1894. British Merchant, Coffee Planter, Politician, amateur Astronomer, Botanist and Humanitarian in Sri Lanka. Son of George Wall, a Methodist Minister, and Ann Lytham, educated ...

  • WALLENIUS, Ivar Ulrik

    WALLENIUS, Ivar Ulrik. Akaa 30.1.1793 — Helsinki 23.5.1874. Finnish Orientalist (originally Arabic Scholar). Son of Rev. Johan W. and Anna Lovisa Favorin (d. ...

  • WALLESER, Max Gebhard Lebrecht

    WALLESER, Max Gebhard Lebrecht. Mannheim 18.6.1874 — Wiesloch (Baden) 15.4.1954. German Indologist, specialist of Buddhism. Professor in Heidelberg. Son of a ...

  • WALLICH, Nathanael

    WALLICH, Nathanael (born as Nathan ben Wulff W.). Copenhagen 28.1.1786 — London 28.4.1854. Danish Physician and Botanist in India. Son of Wulff ben ...

  • WALLIS, Henry White

    WALLIS, Henry White. Stockwell near London 10.7.1861 — Cambridge 18.7.1887. British Indologist. Son of Rev. Joseph W. and Albina Elworthy, educated ...

  • WALSH, Ernest Herbert Cooper

    WALSH, Ernest Herbert Cooper. Derbyshire ...

  • WALSHE, Maurice O’Connell

    WALSHE, Maurice O’Connell. London 22.12.1911 — 18.4.1998. British Germanist and Bauddha. Studied German at University College, London (M.A.), and at the ...

  • WALTER, Hermann

    WALTER, Hermann. 1863 (?) — 1???. German (?) Student of Indology. Ph.D. 1893 Munich (E. Kuhn). For his dissertation studied manuscripts in England. ...

  • WALTER, Otto

    WALTER, Otto. Goseck 28.12.1868 — 19??. German Indologist. Son of a Lutheran minister, educated at Naumburg Gymnasium. From 1888 studied Indology, ...

  • WALTHER, Christoph Theodosius

    WALTHER, Christoph Theodosius. Schildberg in Neumark (now Golenice in Poland) 20.12.1699 — Dresden 29.4.1741. German Missionary and Precursor of Indology in ...

  • WARD, George Ernest

    WARD, George Ernest. Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire 20.9.1827 — Southsea, Hampshire 31.1.1915. British Civil Servant in India. Son of John Ward and Ann Merriman. M.A. Married Agnes Finch, three daughters.

    Publications: Nazir ...

  • WARD, Susan R.

    WARD, Susan R. (formerly Benjamin, née Stone). Belcherton MA 5.2.1822 — Calcutta 27.4.1884. American Baptist Missionary in Assam. Married 1848 Rev. Judson Benjamin (1819–1855) and came with him to Burma. They had ...

  • WARD, William

    WARD, William. Derby 20.10.1769 — Serampur 7.3.1823. Rev. British Baptist Missionary in India and Precursor of Indology. Son of John W., ...

  • WARDLAW-RAMSAY —> RAMSAY
    WARDLAW-RAMSAY —> RAMSAY
  • WARE, James Roland

    WARE, James Roland. 1901 — 19??. U.S. Buddhist Scholar. Teacher of Latin. Studies of Indology (and probably Classics) at University of ...

  • WARNER, Langdon

    WARNER, Langdon. Cambridge, Mass. 1.8.1881 — ibid. 9.7.1955. U.S. Art Historian and Central Asian Explorer. Son of Joseph B. W. and Margret W. Storer. ...

  • WARREN, Henry Clarke

    WARREN, Henry Clarke. Boston MA 18.11.1854 — Cambridge MA 2/3.1.1899. U.S. Indologist (Buddhist Scholar). Son of Samuel Denis W., a paper ...

  • WARREN, Herbert

    WARREN, Herbert. 1866 — 1954. British Promoter of Jainism. Studied under Virchand Gandhi (1864–1901) and adopted Jainism, his books are based on Gandhi’s ...

  • WARREN, John (Jean Baptiste François Joseph de Warren)

    WARREN, John (Jean Baptiste François Joseph de Warren). Leghorn 21.9.1769 — Pondicherry 9.2.1830. British-French Colonial Officer in India. Lieutenant-Colonel. In 1793 moved to London and soon went to Calcutta. After a failed ...

  • WARREN, Sybrandus Johannes

    WARREN, Sybrandus (Sieb) Johannes. Dokkum 19.8.1847 — 3.1.1910. Dutch Indologist and Classical Philologist. Son of school director Johannes Henricus W. (d. ...

  • WARREN, William Fairfield

    WARREN, William Fairfield. Williamsburg MA 13.3.1833 — Brookline MA 7.12.1929. U.S. Theologian and Scholar of Religion. Episcopal priest. Studies at Wesleyan University in ...

  • WASSILIEFF

    WASSILIEFF —> VASIL’EV, Vasilij Pavlovič.

  • WASSON, Robert Gordon

    WASSON, Robert Gordon. Great Falls, Montana 22.9.1898 — Danbury CT 26.12.1986. U.S. Ethnomycologist. From 1928 worked in banks. For ...

  • WATERFIELD, William W.

    WATERFIELD, William W. 14.8.1832 — Teignbridge, Devon 24.1.1907. British Civil Servant and Poet in India. Bengal Civil Service. Educated at Haileybury. Arrived in India in 1852, 1857 he was in Revenue Survey ...

  • WATERHOUSE, James

    WATERHOUSE, James. London 24.7.1842 — Eltham 28.9.1922. British Colonial Officer and Photographer in India. Son of James William W., a solicitor. Educated at ...

  • WATHEN, William Henry

    WATHEN, William Henry. 1795? — Cape Town 28.6.1866, when 71. British Civil Servant in India. In Bombay as early as 1810. In the ...

  • WATSON, John Whaley

    WATSON, John Whaley. 1838 — 1889. British Colonial Officer in India, interested in Archaeology and History. Served in Bombay Staff Corps. In the ...

  • WATT, George

    WATT, George. Old Meldrum, Aberdeenshire 24.4.1851 — Lockerbie 2.4.1930. Sir. British (Scottish) Physician and Scientist in India. Son of John W., educated at ...

  • WATTERS, Thomas

    WATTERS, Thomas. Newtownards, County Down, Ireland 9.2.1840 — Ealing (London) 10.1.1901. British Sinologist. Son of a Presbyterian minister, Rev. Thomas W., educayed at ...

  • WAYLAND, Edward James

    WAYLAND, Edward James. London 23.1.1888 — Ramsgate, Kent 11.7.1966. British Geologist and Civil Servant in Ceylon. Son of Edward W. and Emily Street, ...

  • WEBB, William Wilfred

    WEBB, William Wilfred. 1858 — 18.11.1911. British (Scottish?) Physician in India. Studies at Aberdeen. Joined Indian Medical Service in 1882. Surgeon-Captain of Bengal army, served in Rajasthan. Retired 1894 for health ...

  • WEBER, Albrecht

    WEBER, Albrecht Friedrich. Breslau 17.2.1825 — Berlin 30.11.1901. German Indologist. Professor in Berlin. Son of Benedikt Weber, a Professor of Economics. ...

  • WEBSTER, William Frederick

    WEBSTER, William Frederick. London 15.7.1855 — London 10.3.1929. British Lawyer and Indologist. Son of William Thomas W. Attended the City School ...

  • WECKER, Otto

    WECKER, Otto. 1 Neuler/Rottenburg 31.8.1882 — Göttingen 4.9.1965. German Indologist and Classical Scholar. Studies of philology at Berlin and Münster,then student ...

  • WECKERLING, Adolf

    WECKERLING, Adolf. Friedberg, Hessen 22.5.1882 — 19??. German Physician and Poet. Dr.med. 1907 Giessen. Ph.D. 1929 Giessen. In 1934 living in Darmstadt.

  • WEIBGEN, Günther

    WEIBGEN, Günther. 190? — 194?. German Indologist. Studied at Berlin (1921 already there) under Lüders. He was too early employed in ...

  • WEIDERT, Alfons Klaus

    WEIDERT, Alfons Klaus. 21.3.1943 — Bangkok (?) 24.7.1988. German Tibeto-Burman Linguist. Ph.D. In 1981-84 Chief-Supervisor of the German-Nepalese Linguistic Survey of Nepal field-project.

  • WEIGLE, Gottfried Hartmann

    WEIGLE, Gottfried Hartmann. Esslingen-Zell ?.7.1816 — Mangalore 7.1.1855. German Missionary in India, member of Basel Mission. Characterized as a linguist. Son of a ...

  • WEIHRICH, Franz

    WEIHRICH, Franz. 26.7.1845 — Vienna 20.6.1910. German Schoolman and former Student of IE Linguistics. Ph.D. 1869 Giessen (Vullers). Tutor of the childrn of Erzherzog ...

  • WEILER, Royal W

    WEILER, Royal W. Allentown 1928? — Philadelphia County ?.1.1987 (when 59). U.S. Indologist. Professor in Philadelphia. Son of Fred W. Sr. ...

  • WEINFURTER, Karel

    WEINFURTER, Karel. Jičin 27.5.1867 — Prague 14.3.1942. Czech Author and Translator. A Christian mystic interested in Yoga, Theosophy, astrology, etc. Apparently his Indian ...

  • WEINRICH, Friedrich

    WEINRICH, Friedrich. 1905 — 1960. German Scholar of Religion. Ph.D. 1928 Göttingen (or Marburg, under R. Otto?). Then at Jena Theological faculty, from 1939 as PD and 1943 as apl. Professor ...

  • WEISGERBER, Johann Leo

    WEISGERBER, Johann Leo. Metz 25.2.1899 — Bonn 8.8.1985. German (of Lorraine) Linguist and Celtologist. Son of a village teacher, ...

  • WEISSBACH, Franz Heinrich

    WEISSBACH, Franz Heinrich. Chemnitz 25.11.1865 — Markkleeberg 20.2.1944. German Assyriologist. Librarian in Leipzig. Son of Franz Robert W., a hat maker, ...

  • WELDEN, Ellwood Austin

    WELDEN, Ellwood Austin. 1883 — 19??. U.S. Diplomat, former Student of Indology. Studies of comparative philology (with Sanskrit), Classics and Romance ...

  • WELLER, Friedrich

    WELLER, Friedrich. Markneukirchen 22.7.1889 — Leipzig 19.11.1980. German Indologist. Professor in Leipzig. The only child of Friedrich Wilhelm W. (1854-1944), a ...

  • WELLER, Hermann

    WELLER, Hermann (nom-de-plume Hans Lindach). Schwäbisch-Gmünd 4.2.1878 — Tübingen 9.12.1956. German Indologist and Poet. Born in a Catholic family, son of ...

  • WELLESZ, Emmy

    WELLESZ, Emmy (née Emilia Franziska Stross) .Vienna 8.1.1889 — Vienna 13.6.1987. Austrian Art Historian. Daughter of Ludwig Stross, a cloth dealer, and Vilma Propper, a Jewish family. From 1907 studied art history ...

  • WELLSTED, Thomas Arthur

    WELLSTED, Thomas Arthur. 1904 — 1989. Britishman in India. Manager of mine in Central India (Madhya Pradesh). In 1933 surveyed the remains of ...

  • WENDEL, François-Xavier

    WENDEL, François-Xavier. 1732? — Lakhnau 20.3.1803. Father. German Jesuit Missionary in India. Very little is known of his life. He arrived in India ...

  • WENGER, John

    WENGER, John. Schwarzeneck near Bern 31.8.1811 — Calcutta 20.8.1880. Rev. Swiss Missionary in India. Son of Christian W. (d. 1816) and his wife, ...

  • WENNERBERG, Claes

    WENNERBERG, Claes. 1939 — ?.7.1996, when 57. Swedish Indologist. Son of Gunnar W. and Torborg “Bojan” Broden. Studies in Gothenburg under ...

  • WENZEL, Heinrich Christian Ferdinand

    WENZEL, Heinrich Christian Ferdinand. Mainz 7.6.1855 — London 16.6. 1893. German Indologist and Tibetan Scholar in England. Son of Karl August ...

  • WEÖRES, Sándor

    WEÖRES, Sándor. Szombathely 22.6.1913 — 22.1.1989. Hungarian Poet and Translator. Son of elder S.W. and Mária Blaskovich. Published his ...

  • WESDIN, Ph.

    WESDIN, Ph. —> PAULINUS A SANCTO BARTHOLOMAEO.

  • WESENDONK, Otto-Günther von

    WESENDONK, Otto-Günther von. Berlin 3.10.1885 — Berlin (Wikip. St. Margarethen/Schleswig-Holstein) 11.7.1933. German Diplomat and Iranian Scholar. His father, Karl W., was ...

  • WESSELSKI, Albert

    WESSELSKI, Albert. Vienna 3.9.1871 — Prague 2.2.1939. Austrian Journalist and Folklorist in Czechoslovakia. son of gymnasium professor Franz W. and Franziska ...

  • WEST, Arthur A.

    WEST, Arthur Anderson. London 1827 — Theydon Bois, Essex 1913. Britishman, younger brother of —> E. W. West, whom he assisted in his epigraphical ...

  • WEST, Edward William

    WEST, Edward William. London 2.5.1824 — Watford 4.5.1905. British Indologist and Iranian Scholar in India. Born in a family of architects ...

  • WEST, Hans

    WEST, Hans. Messinge, Fyn 6.7.1758 — Kassel 6.7.1811. Danish Scholar interested in India. Son of a minister, Hans Zacharias Danchel West (d. 1771) ...

  • WEST, Michael Philip

    WEST, Michael Philip. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire 26.9.1888 — Painswick Glos 19.3.1973. British Teacher in India. Son of Rev. George Herbert West, a Headmaster, and Florence Mary Middlemore-Whithard. After Marlborough College studies at Christ ...

  • WEST, Raymond

    WEST, Raymond. Ballyloughrane, co. Kerry 18.9.1832 — 8.9.1912. Sir. Irish (of English background) Civil Servant in India. Son of Frederick West,a journalist, and Frances ...

  • WESTERGAARD, Niels Ludvig

    WESTERGAARD, Niels Ludvig. Copenhagen 27.10.1815 — Copenhagen 9.9.1878. Danish Indologist and Iranian Scholar. Professor in Copenhagen. Son of a master carpenter, ...

  • WESTMACOTT, Edward Vesey

    WESTMACOTT, Edward Vesey. Chastleton, Oxford 1839 — 1911. BritishCivil Servant in India. B.A. Oxford. Served in Bengal. Married 1874 ...

  • WESTMACOTT, George Edward

    WESTMACOTT, George Edward. London 1807 — near Kabul 23.11.1841, when 35. British Colonial Officer in India. Son of George W. and his wife ...

  • WESTPHAL-HELLBUSCH, Sigrid

    WESTPHAL-HELLBUSCH, Sigrid. Rendsburg 10.6.1915 — Oldenburg 1.2.1984. German Anthropologist. Professor in Berlin. Grew up in Berlin. From 1935 studied Anthropology, Geography and Psychology ...

  • WESTPHAL, Rudolf

    WESTPHAL, Rudolf  Georg Hermann. Obernkirchen in Schaumburg 3.7.1826 — Stadthagen 10.7.1892. German Philologist. Gymnasium in Bückeburg and Rinteln. From 1845 studied theology and classical philology at Marburg, also learned Arabic and ...

  • WEYRAUCH, August Heinrich von

    WEYRAUCH, August Heinrich von. Riga 30.4.1788 — Dresden 8.3.1865. German (of Livonia) Poet (nom-de-plume Heinrich von der Myrrhen) and ...

  • WHALLEY, Paul

    WHALLEY, Paul. Haulbowline, Cork 19.1.1839 — 1920. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Captain George Briscoe Wh. and Elizabeth Parker. From 1857 studies at Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A. 1864. From ...

  • WHATMOUGH, Joshua

    WHATMOUGH, Joshua. Rochdale, Lancashire 30.6.1897 — Winchester, MA 25.4.1964. British IE Linguist in the ...

  • WHEELER, Benjamin Ide

    WHEELER, Benjamin Ide. Randolph, Mass. 15.7.1854 — Vienna, Austria 3.5.1927. U.S. Classical and IE ...

  • WHEELER, James Talboys

    WHEELER, James Talboys. Oxford ...

  • WHEELER, Sir Mortimer

    WHEELER, Mortimer (Robert Eric Mortimer; “Ric”). Glasgow 10.9.1890 — Surrey 22.7.1976. British ...

  • WHISH, Charles M.

    WHISH, Charles Matthew. London 9.1.1795 — Cuddapah (Kadapa) 14.4.1833. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Martin Whish, a Commissioner of Excise, and Harriet Tysson. After studies at Haileybury served in ...

  • WHITE, Herbert

    WHITE, Herbert. 18?? — 19??. Civil Servant in Sri Lanka. Acting District Judge of Ratnapura (1884). Also mentioned as Government Agent in Badulla and as the Acting Mayor and Chairman of ...

  • WHITEHEAD, George

    WHITEHEAD, George. 1862 — 19??. Rev. British Anglican Missionary. B.A. 1884 University of London. ...

  • WHITEHEAD, Henry

    WHITEHEAD, Henry. Brighton 19.12.1853 — Reading 14.4.1947. British Missionary Scholar. Sin of Rev. Alfred ...

  • WHITEHEAD, Richard Bertram

    WHITEHEAD, Richard Bertram. Liverpool 6.11.1879 — Cambridge 4.3. 1967. British Numismatist. Son ...

  • WHITLEY, Jabez Cornelius

    WHITLEY, Jabez Cornelius. London 20.1.1837 — Darjeeling 13/18.10.1904. Right Rev. British Missionary in India. ...

  • WHITNEY, William Dwight

    WHITNEY, William Dwight. Nothampton, Mass. 9.2.1827 — New Haven, Conn. 7/8.6. 1894. ...

  • WIDENGREN, Geo

    WIDENGREN, Geo. Stockholm 24.4.1907 — Stockholm 28.1.1996. Swedish Scholar of Comparative Religion ...

  • WIEDEMANN, Oskar

    WIEDEMANN, Oskar. Kaunas (Kowno) 3.12.1860 — 1917. German (Baltic) Linguist. In 1879-83 studies of ...

  • WIJK, Nicolaus van

    WIJK, Nicolaas van. Delden 4.10.1880 — Leiden 25.3.1941. Dutch Slavic, German and IE Linguist. ...

  • WIJK, Walter Emile van

    WIJK, Walter Emile van. Amsterdam 23.1.1887 — Arnhem 14.11.1961. ...

  • WIKANDER, Oscar Stig

    WIKANDER, Oscar Stig.

  • WILFORD, Francis

    WILFORD, Francis. 1771 (1761?) — Benares 1822. British (of German Origin) Colonial ...

  • WILHELM, Eugen

    WILHELM, Eugen. Neustadt 5.6.1842 — 1923. German Iranian Scholar. Professor in Jena. ...

  • WILKEN, Friedrich

    WILKEN, Friedrich. Ratzeburg 23.5.1777 — Berlin 24.12.1840. German Historian and Orientalist. Professor in Heidelberg ...

  • WILKINS, Charles

    WILKINS, Charles. Frome, Somerset bapt. 21.6.1749 (not 1750!) — London 13.5.1833. Sir. ...

  • WILKINS, Gordon Smedley.

    WILKINS, Gordon Smedley. 18?? — 19??. Rev. British Baptist Missionary in India. Worked in ...

  • WILKINS, William Joseph

    WILKINS, William Joseph. 1843 — 1902. British Missionary in India. In service of London ...

  • WILKINSON, Lancelot

    WILKINSON, Lancelot. Cornhil 1805? — Sehore 13.11.1841. British Scholar of Astronomy in ...

  • WILKS, Mark

    WILKS, Mark. Isle of Man 1759 — Berwickshire 19.9.1831. British Colonial Officer in India. ...

  • WILLIAM OF RUBRUK (Guglielmus de Rubruquis, Ruysbroeck, Risbroucke)

    WILLIAM OF RUBRUK (Guglielmus de Rubruquis, Ruysbroeck, Risbroucke). 1215/20 — after 1255. Flemish Traveller, ...

  • WILLIAMS, Alfred

    WILLIAMS, Alfred Owen. South Marston near Swindon, Wiltshire 7.2.1877 — Ibid. 10.4.1930. “The Hammerman ...

  • WILLIAMS, Robert Hamilton Blair

    WILLIAMS, Robert Hamilton Blair. Buckland, East Tilbury, Essex 21.8.1915 — 1975. British ...

  • WILLMAN-GRABOWSKA, Helena

    WILLMAN-GRABOWSKA, Helena Antonina Maria. Warsaw 4.1.1870 — Krakow 31.10.1957. Polish Indologist. Professor ...

  • WILSON, Charles Robert

    WILSON, Charles Robert. Old Charlton, Kent 27.3.1863 — Clapham 24.7.1904. British Civil Servant (Teacher) ...

  • WILSON, Horace Hayman

    WILSON, Horace Hayman. London 26.9.1784/86 — London 8.5.1860. British Indologist. In India ...

  • WILSON, John

    WILSON, John. Lauder, Berwickshire 11.12.1804 — near Bombay 1.12.1875. Rev. British (Scots) ...

  • WIMMER, Ludvig Frands Adalbert

    WIMMER, Ludvig Frands Adalbert. Ringkøbing 7.2.1839 — Copenhagen 29.4.1920. Danish Linguist. Son of a ...

  • WINANS, Samuel Ross

    WINANS, Samuel Ross. Lyons Farms NJ 1.3.1855 — Princeton NJ 25.7.1910. U.S. Classical Philologist ...

  • WINDEKENS, Albert Joris van

    WINDEKENS, Albert Joris

  • WINDISCH, Ernst Wilhelm Oskar

    WINDISCH, Ernst Wilhelm Oskar. Dresden 4.9.1844 — Dresden 30.10. 1918. German Indologist ...

  • WINDISCHMANN, Friedrich Heinrich Hugo

    WINDISCHMANN, Friedrich Heinrich Hugo. Aschaffenburg 13.12.1811 — Munich 23.8.1861. German Indo-Iranian Scholar ...

  • WINDISCHMANN, Karl Joseph Hieronymus

    WINDISCHMANN, Karl Joseph Hieronymus. Mainz 24.8.1775 — Bonn 23.4.1839. German Philosopher. Father of —> ...

  • WINFIELD, Walter Warren

    WINFIELD, Walter Warren. 18?? — 1970?. Rev. British Missionary in India. The Vocabulary was ...

  • WINSLOW, Miron

    WINSLOW, Miron. Williston, Vermont 11.12.1789 — Cape Town 22.10.1864. Rev. U.S. Missionary and Tamil ...

  • WINSTEDT, Richard Olaf

    WINSTEDT, Richard Olaf. Oxford 2.8.1878 — 2.6.1966. Sir. British South-East Asian (Malay) Scholar. Educated ...

  • WINTER, August

    WINTER, August. 1866 — 1???. German Student of Indology. Apparently studied first under Jacobi ...

  • WINTERNITZ, Moriz

    WINTERNITZ, Moriz. Horn/Nieder-Österreich 23.12.1863 — Prague 9.1. 1937. Austrian Indologist in Czechoslovakia. ...

  • WIRTZ, Johannes (Hans) Friedrich Alb

    WIRTZ, Johannes (Hans) Friedrich Alb.WISE, Thomas Alexander

    WISE, Thomas Alexander. 1801 — 1889. British (Scots) Physician in India. Graduated in medicine, ...

  • WISER, William Hen(d)ricks

    WISER, William Hen(d)ricks. Pennsylvania 1890 — 1961. U. S. Presbyter Missionary and Anthropologist. Graduated ...

  • WISSMANN, Wilhelm

    WISSMANN, Wilhelm. Berlin 27.2.1899 — Munich 21.12.1966. German IE Linguist. Son of a bank ...

  • WLISLOCKI, Heinrich Adalbert von

    WLISLOCKI, Heinrich Adalbert von. ...

  • WOEPCKE (Woepke), Franz

    WOEPCKE (Woepke), Franz. Dessau 6.5.1826 — Paris 25.3.1864. German Orientalist (Arabic Scholar) and Historian ...

  • WOHLGEMUTH, Else

    WOHLGEMUTH, Else. Berlin 16.7.1882 — 19??. German Student of Indology and Sinology. Matriculated in ...

  • WOLFENDEN, Stuart N

    WOLFENDEN, Stuart N. 1889 — 28.12.1938 (when 47). U.S. Tibeto-Burman Linguist. At University of ...

  • WOLFF, Fritz

    WOLFF, Fritz. Berlin 11.11.1880 — Auschwitz after 31.3.1943. German Iranian Scholar. Son ...

  • WOLFF, Joseph

    WOLFF, Joseph. Weilersbach near Bamberg 1795 — Isle Brewers, Somerset 2.5.1862. Rev. German Priest, ...

  • WOLLHEIM DA FONSECA, Anton Eduard

    WOLLHEIM DA FONSECA, Anton Eduard

  • WOOD, Francis Asbury

    WOOD, Francis Asbury. Point Bluff, Wis. 17.1.1859 — La Jolla, Calif. 19.6.1948. U.S. IE ...

  • WOOD, John

    WOOD, John. Perth, Scotland 1811/12 — 13.11.1871. British (Scots) Naval Officer in India and ...

  • WOOD, Mark

    WOOD, Mark. Perth, Scotland 1747 — London 6.2.1829. Sir (Bart.). British (Scots) Military Engineer ...

  • WOODROFFE, John George

    WOODROFFE, John George (ps. Arthur Avalon). Calcutta 13.2./15.12. 1865 — Beausoleil, France 16/18.1.1936. Sir. British Lawyer and Indologist in India. Son of of James Tisdall Woodroffe, Advocate-General of Bengal, and ...

  • WOODS, James Haughton

    WOODS, James Haughton. Boston 27.11.1864 — 14.1.1935. U.S. Indologist. Professor in Cambridge ...

  • WOODWARD, Frank Lee

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