People classified with "Philologist"

Total Cataloged: 6

John Lemprière
John Lemprière
John Lemprière achieved renown for his Bibliotheca Classica or Classical Dictionary containing a full Account of all the Proper Names mentioned in Ancient Authors, which, edited by various later scholars, long remained a reference book in mythology and classical history.

Occupation(s): Lexicographer, Historian, Philologist
Specialty(ies): Dictionary of Classical Names
Contributions catalogued: 1
Berthold Laufer
Berthold Laufer
Berthold Laufer was an anthropologist and historical geographer with an expertise in East Asian languages. The American Museum of Natural History calls him, "one of the most distinguished sinologists of his generation."

Occupation(s): Anthropologist, Philologist, Sinologist
Specialty(ies): East Asian Cultures
Contributions catalogued: 1
William Hallo
William Wolfgang Hallo
William Wolfgang Hallo was professor of Assyriology and Babylonian Literature and curator of the Babylonian collection at Yale University. He was born in Kassel, Germany.

Occupation(s): Educator, Historian, Philologist
Specialty(ies): Assyrian, Babylonian, Mesopotamian
Contributions catalogued: 6
Flinders Petrie
Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie
Petrie is one of the most famous Egyptologists of all time. He is considered by many to be the founder of modern Egyptology. Known as the "Father of Pot Shards", he learned to extract considerable amounts of information from what...

Occupation(s): Egyptologist, Anthropologist, Historian, Independent Researcher, Philologist
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Language, Egyptian Literature, Egyptian Art
Contributions catalogued: 3
Wallis Budge
Wallis Budge
Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge was an English Egyptologist, Orientalist, and philologist who worked for the British Museum and published numerous works on the ancient Near East.

Occupation(s): Egyptologist, Historian, Philologist
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Language, Egyptian Art
Contributions catalogued: 24