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REHATSEK, EDWARD

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Author(s): Bruce, Gregory Maxwell
REHATSEK, EDWARD (b. Ilok, 3 July 1819; d. Bombay, 11 December 1891), Hungarian-born Orientalist and translator of a number of Persian and Arabic works.i. Life Edward Rehatsek, the son of a forest inspector, was born in Ilok (now in Croatia). As a child, he was sent to study Magyar in Pécs (Hungary), where he also studied Slavic and German and privately learned French and design. He eventually attended the university in Budapest (now the Budapest University of Technology), where he trained as an engineer and a surveyor…
Date: 2021-06-17

RAFʿAT (REFʿAT)

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Author(s): Gregory Maxwell Bruce
(d. 1819), pen name of ḠOLĀM JILĀNI, scholar of Arabic and Persian literature, teacher at Rampur, and author of Dorr-e ma nẓum. RAFʿAT (REFʿAT), pen name ( taḵalloṣ) of ḠOLĀM JILĀNI (d. 27 Ḏu’l-ḥejja 1234/17 October 1819), scholar of Arabic and Persian literature, teacher at Rampur, and author of a versified Persian “battlelogue” ( jang-nāma ) titled Dorr-e manẓum. Estimations of Ḡolām Jilāni’s date of birth range from ca. 1720 (Aḥmad-ʿAli Šawq, p. 284) to ca. 1742 (Mināʾi, p. 152). Qodrat-Allāh Šawq (p. 502), writing around 1774, describes him as a youth ( javān) and novice ( naw-mašq). Th…
Date: 2017-04-10

ḠIĀṮ-AL-DIN RĀMPURI

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Author(s): Gregory Maxwell Bruce
(1785-1852), MOḤAMMAD, Persian lexicographer, literary scholar, philologist, poet, and teacher. ḠIĀṮ-AL-DIN ʿEZZAT RĀMPURI, MOḤAMMAD, Persian lexicographer, literary scholar, philologist, poet, and teacher (b. ca. 1199/1785; d. Rampur, 22 Ḏu’l-ḥejja 1268/7 October 1852). Life. Ḡiāṯ-al-Din was born in Rampur to a family of scholars. His education began at home with his father, Jalāl-al-Din (pen-name Jalāl; b. ca. 1739; d. 1808), a learned scholar, respected teacher, and Persian poet (Mināʾi, pp. 104-5). Ḡiāṯ-al-Din also studied…
Date: 2017-04-12