See also:born at
See also:Colmar in
See also:Alsace . Having held appointments at
See also:Douai and
See also:Lille, he was appointed profe.or of
See also:Sanskrit and
See also:comparative grammar in the university of
See also:Paris . A prolific and versatile writer, he is probably best known by the
See also:translations of his Precis de Grammaire comparee de l'anglais et de l'allemand and Precis . . . du Grec et du Latin . Important
See also:works by him on India and
See also:languages are:
See also:Manuel pour etudier le Sanscrit vedique (with A . Bergaigne, 1890); Elements de Sanscrit classique (1902); Precis de grammaire Pdlie (1904);
See also:Les Litteratures de l'Inde: Sanscrit,
See also:Pali, Prdcrit (1904); La Magie dans l'Inde
See also:antique (1904); Le Parsisme (1905); L'
See also:Agni,ftoma (1906) . Obscure languages (such as Innok,
See also:Greenland) and
See also:local dialects (Lexique €tymologique du Breton
See also:modern; Le Diaiecte Alaman de Colmar) also claimed his
See also:attention . Le Langage Martien is a curious
See also:book . It contains a discussion of some 40 phrases (amounting to about Soo words), which a certain Mademoiselle Helene
See also:Smith (a well-known spiritualist
See also:medium of
See also:Geneva), while on a hypnotic visit to the
See also:Mars, learnt and repeated and even wrote down during her trance as specimens of a language spoken there, explained to her by a disembodied interpreter .
ROBERT HENRY (1718-1790)
WILLIAM HENRY (1795-1836)
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