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us: Temple, Richard Carnac, Sir, 1850-1931

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    • us: Temple, R. C. (Richard Carnac), Sir, 1850-1931
    • us: Temple, Richard Carnác, Sir, bart., 1850-1931
    • us: Ṭimpal, Ār. Sī., Sir, 1850-1931
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        (naf) Allahabad (India)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Territet (Switzerland)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) England
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        (naf) India
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        (naf) Afghanistan
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Burma
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        (lcsh) Armed Forces
          (lcsh) Literature
            (lcsh) Colonies--Adminsitration
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              (lcsh) Armies--Officers
                (lcsh) Asianists
                  (lcsh) Colonial administrators
                    (lcsh) Editors
                • Earlier Established Forms

                    Temple, Richard Carnác, Sir, bart., 1850-1931Temple, Richard Carnác,Sir, bart.,1850-1931
                • Sources

                  • found: His The Indian antiquary.
                  • found: His Ḥikāyāt-i Panjāb, 1990-: v. 1, t.p. (Ār. Sī. Ṭimpal)
                  • found: The black pamphlet, 1875: page 5 (Sir Richard Temple)
                  • found: Oxford dictionary of national biography online, viewed May 20, 2015 (Temple, Sir Richard Carnac, second baronet (1850-1931), army officer and oriental scholar, was born at Allahabad, India, on 15 October 1850; He died at Hôtel Bonward, Territet, Vaud, Switzerland, on 3 March 1931; took part in the Second Anglo-Afghan War (1878-9); selected in 1879 for the post of cantonment magistrate in the Punjab); promoted in 1891 to be president of the municipality and port-commissioner of Rangoon; from 1921 until his death ... he continued his literary activities, including the editorship of the Indian Antiquary, of which he had been sole editor since 1892. He had an exceptional range of oriental knowledge and interests)
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                  • 1980-07-09: new
                  • 2015-05-23: revised
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