Gubernatis, Angelo de (b. 1840)

Gubernatis, Angelo de, a distinguished Italian scholar, born at Turin; in 1863 he was appointed professor of Sanskrit at Florence; was for a time smitten with the anarchist ideas of Bakunin, whose daughter he married, and resigned his chair, but soon returned to his professional labours; in 1891 he became professor of Sanskrit at Rome; his numerous writings witness to his unceasing industry and versatility, and deal with Orientalism, mythology, archæology, and general literature; his work “Zoological Mythology,” published in English by Mr. Trübner, is not unknown to scholars among us; (b. 1840).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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