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Ruete, Emilie, 1844-1924

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  • Fuller Name

    • Said-Ruete
  • Variants

    • Said-Ruete, Emily, 1844-1924
    • Ruete, Emily, 1844-1924
    • Ruete, E. (Emilie), 1844-1924
    • Ruete, Frau (Emilie), 1844-1924
    • Salme bint Said, 1844-1924
    • Bint Said, Salme, 1844-1924
    • Salamah bint Saïd, 1844-1924
    • Bint Saïd, Salamah, 1844-1924
    • Salme, Sayyida, 1844-1924
    • Sālimah bint Saʻīd ibn Sulṭān, 1844-1924
    • سليمة بنت السيد سعيد بن سلطان
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    • found: Memoirs of an Arabian princess, c1981:t.p. (Emily Said-Ruete, Princess Salme bint Said ibn Sultan al-Bu Saidi of Oman and Zanzibar) p. vii, etc. (b. 1844 in Zanzibar; d. 2-29-1924 in Jena; Salme bint Said, daughter of Sayyid Said, ruler of Oman and Zanzibar; Salme bint Said bin Sultan; Sayyida Salme; Emily Ruete; baptized in English Church at Aden with the name Emily and married Heinrich Ruete on 5-30-1867; thereafter lived in Germany; wrote her only work, anonymously, in German, 1886)
    • found: LC manual cat.(hdg.: Ruete, Emilie, 1844-1924; usage: Emily Ruete; variants: Ruete, Frau E. geb. Princessin von Zanzibar; Seyyidah Salme (Emily); Salme bint Said; Salamah bint Saïd)
    • found: Holzmann, M. Deut. Anonymen-Lex.,v. 5, 1851-1908: p. 205, under Memoiren einer arabischen Prinzessin (Ruete, Fr.)
    • found: An Arabian princess between two worlds, 1992:CIP t.p. (Sayyida Salme/Emily Ruete)
    • found: Mudhakkirāt amīrah ʻArabīyah, 1980:t.p. (al-Sayyidah Sālimah bint al-Sayyid Saʻīd ibn Sulṭān, sulạ̄n Masḳaṭ wa-Zanjibār)
    • found: Wikipedia, German, via WWW, January 22, 2014(Emily Ruete; born August 30, 1844 in the house Beit el Mtoni near Zanzibar City as Sayyida Salme, princess of Oman and Zanzibar; died February 29, 1924 in Jena; author and teacher; lived after her marriage in Germany with her German husband Rudolph Heinrich Ruete)
    • notfound: Kosch, W. Deut. Lit.-Lex., 1949-1958;Kürsch. Lit. Kal. Nekrolog, 1901-1935.
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    • 1983-10-13: new
    • 2014-01-31: revised
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