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  • XAVIER, Francisco

    XAVIER, Francisco (Franciscus Xaverius, Francis Xavier, Francisco Javier). Javier, Navarra 7.4.1506 — Shangchuan Island, China 3.12.1552. S.J. Spanish (Basque?) Missionary in India. Member ...

  • XAVIER, Jerónimo

    XAVIER, Jerónimo (J. Javier, Hieronymus Xaverius, Jerónimo de Ezpeleta y Goñi). Buro, Diocese of Pamplona, Navarra 1549 — Goa 27.6.1617. S.J. Spanish Missionary ...


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  • YATES, William

    YATES, William. Loughborough, Leicestershire 15.12.1792 — on sea 3.7.1845. Rev. British Missionary ...

  • YOUNG, Alex Henderson

    YOUNG, Alex Henderson. 18?? — 1916. Rev.  British (Scottish) Baptist Missionary in India. M.A. After five years as Pastor of Baptist Church came to Orissa in 1882. Headmaster of the English ...

  • YOUNG, Robert (1822–1888)

    YOUNG, Robert. Edinburgh 10.9.1822 — Edinburgh 14.10.1888. British (Scottish) Missionary Printer in India, also a Hebrew Scholar. Son of John Young, a book-binder (Wikipedia) or of George Young, manager of a ...

  • YOUNG, Robert (d. 1823)

    YOUNG, Robert. 17?? — 2.7.1823. British Colonial Officer in India. Captain, in 1821-22 Surveyor in the Nizam’s dominions. Married 1819 in Vellore Mary Hazlewood. Buried in Masulipatam. In 1848 the daughter ...

  • YOUNGHUSBAND, Francis Edward

    YOUNGHUSBAND, Francis Edward. Murree, Rawalpindi dt. 31.5.1863 — Lytchett Minster, Dorset 31.7.1942. Sir. British ...

  • YOUNGSON, John

    YOUNGSON, John  Forbes White. Pitsligo, Aberdeenshire 6.3.1852 — India 27.6.1920. British (Scottish) Missionary in India. Son of Alexander Y. and Helen Chapman, educated at Pitsligo and Skene Schools. Studies at Aberdeen: ...

  • YULE, Henry.

    YULE, Henry. Inveresk near Edinbourgh 1.5.1820 — London 30.12.1889. British (Scottish) Historian ...


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  • ZACHARIAE, Theodor

    ZACHARIAE, Theodor Victor Hugo. Großkmehlen bei Liebenwerda 3.2.1851 — Halle 5.5. 1934. ...

  • ZAEHNER, Robin Charles

    ZAEHNER, Robert Charles.ZAJADACZ-HASTENRATH, Salome  (née Hastenrath). Budapest 1932 — 4.6.1998. Hungarian (German) Art Historian. Daughter of German parents living in Hungary, grew up as bilingual, lost her father in 1944. The family returned ...

  • ZAKO, Anton (Zako-Çajupi)

    ZAKO, Anton (Zako-Çajupi). Sheper in South Albania 27.3.1866 — Cairo 11.6.1930. Albanian Poet and ...

  • ZALEMAN, K. G.

    ZALEMAN, K. G. —> SALEMANN, C. G.

  • ZARUBIN, Ivan Ivanovič

    ZARUBIN, Ivan Ivanovič. St.Petersburg 27.9.(9.10.)1887 — Leningrad 3.2.1964. Russian Iranian Scholar. Son of a physician. Graduated 1912 from Historical-Philological ...

  • ZEHETMAYR, Sebastian

    ZEHETMAYR, Sebastian. Beiharting 7.6.1815 — 20.10.1895. German IE Scholar. Studied theology, ordained priest, but ...

  • ZEJMAL’, Evgenij Vladislavovič

    ZEJMAL’, Evgenij Vladislavovič. Moscow 3.10.1932 — 6.5.1998. Russian Scholar of Kushan History and Archaeology. Son of an official, Vladislav Janovič Z. and Nehama Iosifovna Ioffe. Graduated 1955 from Leningrad in history. Kand. ist. ...

  • ZENKER, Julius Theodor

    ZENKER, Julius Theodor. Ehrenfriedersdorf in Erzgebirge, Sachsen 1811 — Thurn 28.6.1884. German Oriental Scholar. Son of Rev. Friedrich Christlieb Z. Studies of Oriental languages at Leipzig, Göttingen and Berlin, then also in Paris. ...

  • ZETTERSTÉEN, Karl Wilhelm

    ZETTERSTÉEN, Karl Vilhelm. Orsa, Dalarne 18.8.1866 — Uppsala 1.6.1953. Swedish Oriental Scholar. Professor in Uppsala. Son of Captain Alexander ...

  • ZEUNER, Frederick Everard (Friedrich Eberhard)

    ZEUNER, Frederick Everard (Friedrich Eberhard) .Berlin 8.3.1905 — London 5.11.1963. German Archaeologist in the U.K. Studies of Geology and Paleontology at Berlin, Tübingen and Breslau. Ph.D. 1928 Breslau, worked there as ...

  • ZIEGENBALG, Bartholomäus

    ZIEGENBALG, Bartholomäus. Pulsnitz, Saxony 14.6.1683 (1682?) — Tranquebar, India 23.2.1719. German Missionary ...

  • ZIEGLER, Friedrich

    ZIEGLER, Jakob Friedrich. 1832? — 1906?. Rev. German Missionary in South India. From 1862 worked for Basel Mission in ...

  • ZIEMER, Hermann

    ZIEMER, Hermann. Neustettin, Hinterpommern (now Szczecinek, Poland) 11.5.1845 — Kolberg, Hinterpommern (now Kołobrzeg, Poland) 10.2.1908. German Linguist. Ph.D. From 1873 teacher at gymnasium in Kolberg, from 1893 as Gymnasialprofessor. Married 1875 ...

  • ZIESENISS, Wilhelm Alexander

    ZIESENISS, Wilhelm Alexander.

  • ZIGMUND-CERBU, Anton

    ZIGMUND-CERBU, Anton. 1923 — 10.3.1964. Romanian Buddhist and South-East Asian Scholar in France and the U.S.A. Left Romania in 1947, first to Paris. Studies at É.P.H.É. and E.L.O.V. Worked in C.N.R.S. From 1960 ...

  • ZILBERMAN, David B. (David Beniaminovič Zil’berman)

    ZILBERMAN, David B. (David Beniaminovič Zil’berman). Odessa (now Ukraina) 25.5.1938 — Boston 25.6.1977. Russian Philosopher and Sociologist in the U.S.A. Son of Benjamin Z., an engineer-economist, and Riva Timaner, a physician. ...

  • ZIMIN, Aleksandr Semënovič

    ZIMIN, Aleksandr Semënovič. Krasnoe Selo near St. Petersburg 11.(23.)8.1880 — Leningrad early 1942. Russian Indologist. Born in a peasant family, educated in St.Petersburg. After military medical school worked in 1897-1908 in hospitals ...

  • ZIMMER, Heinrich Friedrich

    ZIMMER, Heinrich Friedrich. Kastellaun near Koblenz 11.12.1851 — Berlin 29.7.1910. German Indologist and Celtic Scholar. Professor in Greifswald and Berlin. Studied classics and Indology at Strassburg (Goldschmidt) and Tübingen (Roth), also Germanistics ...

  • ZIMMER, Heinrich Robert

    ZIMMER, Heinrich Robert. Greifswald 6.12.1890 — New Rochelle, N.Y. 20.3.1943. German Indologist in ...

  • ZIMMERMANN, Friedrich (Subhadra Bhiksu)

    ZIMMERMANN, Friedrich Albert Oswald (Subhadra Bhiksu/Bhikkhu). Degerloch near Stuttgart 8.4.1851 — Stuttgart 30.6.1917. ...

  • ZIMMERMANN, Karl-Heinz

    ZIMMERMANN, Karl-Heinz.ZIMMERMANN, Robert. S.J. Döttingen, Aargau 24.10.1874 — Feldkirch, Austria 8.2.1931. S.J. Swiss ...

  • ZINKGRÄF, Willy

    ZINKGRÄF, Willy. Ludwigshafen am Rhein 23.10.1903 — 19??. German Student of Indology. Son of Friedrich Z. and Elisabeth Beinder. Gymnasium in Mannheim. Student of Walleser at Heidelberg as early as 1922, ...

  • ZISTL, Karl G.

    ZISTL, Karl G. 18?? — 195?. German. In Munich (1916 and still in the 1950s), 1928 mentioned as wiss. Hilfsarbeiter in the university library.

    Publications: Bibliography of E. Kuhn (Fs. 1916, ...

  • ZOETE, Beryl Drusilla de

    ZOETE, Beryl  Drusilla de. London 1879 — 4.3.1962. British Dance Teacher, Dance Critic and Dance Researcher, also a Translator. Born in a family of Dutch descent, daughter of Edward Frank de Z. ...

  • ZOGRAF, Georgij Aleksandrovič

    ZOGRAF, Georgij Aleksandrovič. Leningrad 15.4.1928 — 26.4.1993. Russian Indologist (Hindi-Urdu). Son of Aleksandr Nikolaevič ...

  • ZUBATÝ, Josef

    ZUBATÝ, Josef. Prague 20.4.1851 — Prague 21.3.1931. Czechoslovakian Indologist and Slavic Scholar. Professor in Prague. Studied classical philology, Czech, ...

  • ŽUKOVSKIJ, Vasilij Andreevič

    ŽUKOVSKIJ, Vasilij Andreevič. Tula province 19.1.(9.2.)1783 — Baden-Baden 12.(24.)4.1852. Russian poet. He was “illegitimate son of a landowner and ...

  • ZUPITZA, Ernst

    ZUPITZA, Ernst. Oppeln in Schlesien (now Opole in Poland) 17.3.1874 — Greifswald 13.10.1917 (when 43). German IE Scholar. Professor ...