Verhandlungen des fünften Internationalen Orientalisten-Congresses, gehalten zu Berlin im September 1881: Bericht über die Verhandlungen

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Weidmann (A. Asher), 1881
 

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الصفحة 124 - ... 2.* The Turanian Epoch of the Romans, as also of the Greeks, Germans and Anglo-Saxons, in relation to the early history of the World, by Hyde Clarke. London 1879. 8. 10. Von James Burgess in Edinburgh. * Memorandum on the Collection and Publication of Indian historical Inscriptions. 20th Aug. 1881. Fol. 7 SS. 11. Von FW Eastlake. * Lecture delivered in the City Hall, Hong-Kong, China, November 15th 1880 by FW Eastlake on the Cuneiform Inscriptions (gedruckt in vier langen Streifen). 12. Von Leonello...
الصفحة 86 - Krishnavarmaii (Oxford), begleitet von modulirter Recitation der betreffenden vedischen Texte. Hierauf hielt Herr Cecil B endall (Cambridge) seinen Vortrag über die: European collections of Sanskrit Mss. from Nepal, their antiquity and bearing on chronology history and literature. „Commencing with a brief tribute to the labours of Mr. BH Hodgson, Mr. Bendall devoted the first and chief part of his remarks to showing that a fairly complete chronology of Nepal for 9 centuries is deducible from the...
الصفحة 87 - Sanskrit abounds in exceptions and irregular forms is a palpable proof of its being spoken generally by the common people at one time. The second part of the paper showed briefly how Sanskrit is regarded in India at the present day. It was stated that in spite of all the exaggerated difficulties of its grammar, the educated classes of India can and do use Sanskrit as a medium of intercommunication of every description and that it, being a kind of 'lingua franca' among learned men through out that...
الصفحة 85 - ... Standing here, therefore, as I do this day, before the Members of this great International Congress as a Delegate of the Government of India, I must be allowed to say that it redounds greatly to the honour of that Government that in its desire to support the cultivation of Oriental studies in...
الصفحة 133 - Caricaturnamen Christi unter Juden und Heiden. Ein Sendschreiben an Frederic W. Farrar DD. Berlin 1875. 8. 2. Esmun. Eine archäologische Untersuchung aus der Geschichte Phöniziens und Kanaans. 2. Ausg. Berlin. 47. Von Prof. Dr. H. Strack in Berlin. Firkowitsch und seine Entdeckungen. Leipz. 1876. 8. In vielen Exemplaren. 48. Von Herrn Leopold AF Arends in Berlin. LAF Arends, über den Sprachgesang der Vorzeit und die Herstellbarkeit der althebräischen Vokalmusik. Mit Musikbeilagen. Berlin 1867....
الصفحة 119 - The five principal Musicians of the Hindus, or a brief exposition of the essential elements of Hindu Music as set forth by the five celestial Musicians of India.
الصفحة 94 - Series are no doubt doing excellent and highly useful work, thanks to the englihtened support of the Indian Government and the labours of native and European scholars; but is it not also desirable that a little more encouragement should be given to scholars at home for making accessible to our science the magnificent MS. treasures bestowed on their country by a Colebrooke, a Wilson, and a Wilkins? Some time ago Dr. WW Hunter, in a couple of lectures, set forth, in an attractive manner, "what England...
الصفحة 130 - De HARLEZ, Manuel du pehlevi des livres religieux et historiques de la Perse. Grammaire, anthologie, lexique, avec notes, etc.
الصفحة 130 - Ealidasa en siete actos, version directa del Sanscrit por D. Fr. Garcia Ayuso. Madrid 1875. kl. 8. geh. b)* Vikramorvasi, drama del poeta Indio Kalidasa en cinco actos, version directa del Sanscrit por D. Fr. Garcia Ayuso. Madrid 1874. kl. 8. geh. 3. Gramätica ärabe, segun el metodo de Ollendorf, por DF Garcia Ayuso. Madrid 1871. 8. geh. 4.
الصفحة 94 - India;" but I am sure Dr. Hunter would be the last man in the world to deny the obligations of the British nation towards India, and the duties and interest of the British Government in regard to Indian research. Nor can I help thinking that many enlightened Indian princes and gentlemen would willingly lend their name and support to an undertaking so eminently calculated to add to our knowledge of the history and institutions of their country. Every scholar who has any experience in editing Oriental...

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