Sprenger, Aloys (b. 1813)

Sprenger, Aloys, eminent Orientalist, born in the Tyrol; studied in Vienna; went to India in 1843, where he diligently occupied his mind in study, and on his return in 1857 was appointed professor of Oriental Languages at Bern, from which he was translated to Heidelberg; edited Persian and Arabic works, and wrote the “Life and Doctrine of Mohammed”; (b. 1813).

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

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Spitzbergen
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Spohr, Ludwig
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Spontini, Gasparo
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Spottiswoode, John
Spottiswoode, William
Spree
Sprengel, Carl
Sprenger, Aloys
Springfield
Spurgeon, Charles Haddon
Spurzheim, Johann Caspar
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Staal, Jean
Stabat Mater
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Stadtholder
Staël, Madame de
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