Halévy, Joseph (b. 1827)

Halévy, Joseph, French Orientalist and traveller, born at Adrianople; his most notable work was done in Yemen, which he crossed during 1869-70 in search of Sabæan inscriptions, no European having traversed that land since A.D. 24; the result was a most valuable collection of 800 inscriptions, &c.; his works are numerous, and deal with various branches of Oriental study; (b. 1827).

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

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