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us: Böhtlingk, Otto von, 1815-1904


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    • us: Böhtlingk, Otto, 1815-1904
    • us: Boehtlink, Otto, 1815-1904
    • us: Von Böhtlingk, Otto, 1815-1904
    • us: Boehtlingk, Otto, 1815-1904
    • us: Bëtlingk, O. N., 1815-1904
    • us: Bëtlingk, Otton Nikolaevich, 1815-1904
    • us: Bëtlingk, Otto Nikolaevich, 1815-1904
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        18150530
    • Death Date

        19040401
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Saint Petersburg (Russia)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Leipzig (Germany)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Russia
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Germany
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Imperatorskai͡a akademīi͡a nauk (Russia)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        ger
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Oriental philology
      • Occupation

          (lcsh) Indologists
      • Sources

        • found: Kazem-Bek, A. Allgemeine Grammatik der türkisch-tatarischen Sprache, 1981: t.p. (Otto Böhtlingk) p. 289 (Otto (von) Böhtlingk)
        • found: LC data base, 2-2-84 (hdg.: Böhtlingk, Otto von, 1815-1904; usage: Otto Boehtlink; Otto von Böhtlingk)
        • found: O.N. Bëtlingk i ego trud "O i͡azyke i͡akutov", 1973.
        • found: Biobibliograf. slovarʹ otechestv. ti͡urkologov, 1974: p. 127 (Bëtlingk, Otton Nikolaevich)
        • found: His O i͡azyke i͡akutov, 1989: t.p. (O.N. Bëtlingk) colophon (Bëtlingk Otto Nikolaevich)
        • found: Wikipedia, viewed 25 Mar. 2015 (Otto von Böhtlingk (May 30, 1815-April 1, 1904) was a German Indologist and Sanskrit scholar. He was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Having studied (1833-1835) Oriental languages, particularly Arabic, Persian and Sanskrit, at the University of Saint Petersburg, he continued his studies in Germany, first in Berlin and then (1839-1842) in Bonn. Returning to Saint Petersburg in 1842, he was attached to the Royal Academy of Sciences, and was elected an ordinary member of that society in 1855. In 1860 he was made Russian state councillor, and later privy councillor with a title of nobility. In 1868 he settled at Jena, and in 1885 moved to Leipzig, where he resided until his death.)
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        • 2015-03-26: revised
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