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  • Darmesteter — Family name Darmesteter is a surname and may refer to: Agnes Mary Frances Duclaux (once Darmesteter) (1857 1944), English writer and scholar Arsène Darmesteter (1846 1888), French philologist James Darmesteter (1849 1894), French antiquarian …   Wikipedia

  • Darmesteter — ist der Name folgender Personen: Arsène Darmesteter (1846–1888), französischer Romanist James Darmesteter (1849–1894), französischer Orientalist Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demse …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Darmesteter — Darmesteter, 1) Arsène, franz. Philolog, geb. 5. Jan. 1846 in Château Salins, gest. 16. Nov. 1888 in Paris, lehrte anfangs an der Pariser Ecole des hautes études, dann (seit 1883) an der Sorbonne. Seine durch philosophischen Tiefblick… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Darmesteter — Darmesteter, Arsène, Romanist, geb. 5. Jan. 1846 zu Château Salins, Prof. an der Sorbonne, gest. 16. Nov. 1888; verdient um die Wortbildungslehre; schrieb: »La vie des mots« (4. Aufl. 1893), »Cours de grammaire historique« (3 Tle., 1892 94) u.a.… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Darmesteter —   [darm(ɛ)ste tɛːr],    1) Arsène, französischer Romanist, * Château Salins (bei Nancy) 5. 6. 1846, ✝ Paris 16. 11. 1888, Bruder von 2); seit 1881 Professor an der Sorbonne in Paris, wurde besonders durch Arbeiten zur französischen Sprache… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • DARMESTETER, ARSÈNE — (1846–1888), French philologist and authority in Romance languages. Darmesteter, who was born at Château Salins (Lorraine), was appointed lecturer in Romance languages at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes in Paris in 1872. In 1877 he was appointed… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Darmesteter, Arsène — ▪ French scholar born , Jan. 5, 1846, Château Salins, Fr. died Nov. 16, 1888, Paris       language scholar who advanced knowledge of the history of French, particularly through his elucidation of Old French.       Prior to becoming professor of… …   Universalium

  • Darmesteter, James — ▪ French orientalist born , March 28, 1849, Château Salins, Fr. died Oct. 19, 1894, Maisons Laffitte       French scholar noted for ancient Iranian language studies, especially his English and French translations of the Avesta, the sacred… …   Universalium

  • Darmesteter, Arsene — (1846 88)    French philol ogist, brother of James Darmesteter. He was born at Chateau Salins. He was appointed lecturer in French language and literature at the Sorbonne in 1877 and also taught at the Ecole Rabbinique. He was a founder of the… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Darmesteter, James — (1849 94)    French orientalist, brother of Arsene Darmesteter. He was born at Chateau Salins. He became professor at the College de France. He translated the sacred books of the Zoroastrian religion into French and English and published material …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

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