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Dr. Augustus Rudolf Hoernle ( 1841 – 1918 ) was an English Orientalist.
* Dr. C G Uragoda Chest Physician Orientalist Folklorist and Author ; President Royal Asiatic Society Sri Lanka Branch

Orientalist and .
Russell Kirkland goes further to argue that these versions are based on Western Orientalist fantasies, and represent the colonial appropriation of Chinese culture.
The longest single English translation was published in 1834 by Ritter Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall, an Austrian Orientalist ; it may be found under the name " Evliya Efendi.
The once common " Orientalist " approach, with its the image of a sensuous, inscrutable, and wholly spiritual India, has died out in serious scholarship.
By the turn of the twentieth century it had begun to be displaced by the shorter and purely Arabic term Islam and by 1938, when Orientalist scholars completed The Encyclopaedia of Islam, seems to have virtually disappeared from the English language.
As an Orientalist who spoke fluent Arabic, Prufer was especially concerned with relations with the Arabs.
The French Orientalist Antoine-Isaac Silvestre de Sacy, who had been discussing this work with Åkerblad, received in 1801 from Jean-Antoine Chaptal, French minister of the interior, one of the early lithographic prints of the Rosetta Stone, and realised that the middle text was in this same script.
Simon Ockley ( 1678 – 9 August 1720 ) was a British Orientalist.
In 1909 he resigned from the Theosophical Society which was Orientalist.
* October 28 – Max Müller, German philologist and Orientalist ( b. 1823 )
* December 6 – Friedrich Max Müller, German Orientalist ( d. 1900 )
** Edward Pococke, English Orientalist and biblical scholar ( d. 1691 )
In particular, Orientalist painting, depicting more specifically " the Middle East ", was one of the many specialisms of 19th century Academic art.
Such disdain did not prevent the Société des Peintres Orientalistes (" Society of Orientalist Painters ") being founded in 1893, with Jean-Léon Gérôme as honorary president ; the word was less often used as a term for artists in 19th century England.
Since the 18th century, " Orientalist " has been the traditional term for a scholar of Oriental studies ; however the use in English of " Orientalism " to describe the academic subject of " Oriental studies " is rare ; the Oxford English Dictionary cites only one such usage, by Lord Byron in 1812.
The depiction of Oriental carpets in Renaissance painting sometimes draws from Orientalist interest, but more often just reflects the prestige these expensive objects had in the period.
French Orientalist painting was transformed by Napoleon's ultimately unsuccessful invasion of Egypt and Syria in 1798-1801, which stimulated great public interest in Egyptology, and was also recorded in subsequent years by Napoleon's court painters, especially Baron Gros, although the Middle Eastern campaign was not one on which he accompanied the army.
Delacroix followed up with Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi ( 1827 ), commemorating a siege of the previous year, and the Death of Sardanapalus, inspired by Lord Byron, which although set in antiquity has been credited with beginning the mixture of sex, violence, lassitude and exoticism which runs through much French Orientalist painting.
Like many later Orientalist painters, he was frustrated by the difficulty of sketching subjects including women, and many of his scenes featured Jews or warriors on horses.
Other scenes, especially in genre painting, have been seen as either closely comparable to their equivalents set in modern-day or historical Europe, or as also reflecting an Orientalist mind-set in the Saidian sense of the term.
The origins of British Orientalist 19th century painting owe more to religion than military conquest or the search for plausible locations for naked females.
Other artists including the Pre-Raphaelite William Holman Hunt and David Roberts had similar motivations, giving an emphasis on realism in British Orientalist art from the start.
This a rare intrusion of a clearly contemporary figure into an Orientalist scene ; mostly they claim the picturesqueness of the historical painting so popular at the time, without the trouble of researching authentic costumes and settings.
Russian Orientalist art was largely concerned with the areas of Central Asia that Russia was conquering during the century, and also in historical painting with the Mongols who had dominated Russia for much of the Middle Ages, who were rarely shown in a good light.
Authors and composers are not commonly referred to as " Orientalist " in the way that artists are, and relatively few specialized in Oriental topics or styles, or are even best known for their works including them.
* Oriental Stories: A pulp magazine published 1930 – 34 by Chicago based Popular Fiction specialising in Orientalist fiction.

Orientalist and Indian
Friedrich Maximillian Müller ( December 6, 1823 – October 28, 1900 ) — known as Max Müller — was a German philologist and Orientalist, one of the founders of the western academic field of Indian studies and the discipline of comparative religion.

Orientalist and religion
The Orientalist Karl Sudhoff made his Berber-Islamic thesis when he discovered new and important documents touching on Constantine's life and religion in the village of Trinity Della Cave, northern Italy ; these documents were published in the journal Arkioun in 1922.

Orientalist and has
The Saidian analysis has not prevented a strong revival of interest in, and collecting of, 19th century Orientalist works since the 1970s, the latter in large part led by Middle Eastern buyers,
The film has an engaging but deeply Orientalist tone in presenting the Bakhtiari as unchanging and archaic.
Manning has been classified as an Orientalist writer, whose depictions of cultures frequently emphasise exoticism and alien landscape.
Historically, literature concerning Islamism and Muslim political institutions has been propagated via the Orientalist discourse, where the rejection of certain post-Enlightenment, national, and secular values has been translated into such movements ’ retrogressive nature.
According to Orientalist Gilles Kepel: " Fitna is sometimes translated as sedition, that is to say the fact that the Muslim community is fragmented is because it has lost its sense of proportion and of reality-of maslaha ( public interest ); to its detriment this has delivered it to the demons of extremism.
In Aliens R Us, he says that Orientalist imagery has become an integral part of science fiction cinema.
Max Mueller, a great Orientalist who edited the series The Sacred Books of the East has concluded convincingly that de Nobili did not author the forged work.

Orientalist and after
French Baroque, High Gothic, Moroccan, Mediterranean, Spanish Gothic, Hindu, Babylonian, Aztec, Mayan, Orientalist, Italian Renaissance, and ( after the discovery of King Tut's tomb in 1922 ) Egyptian Revival, were all variously mixed and matched.

Orientalist and ".
Said was mainly concerned with literature in the widest sense, especially French literature, and did not cover visual art and Orientalist painting, though others, notably Linda Nochlin, have tried to extend his analysis to art, " with uneven results ".
She describes herself as " a Sanskritist, indeed a recovering Orientalist " and " an old-fashioned philologist ".

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Dr. Gillian Tett, a Cambridge University trained anthropologist who went on to become a senior editor at the Financial Times is one of the leaders in this use of anthropology.
Two binary abaci constructed by Dr. Robert C. Good, Jr., made from two Chinese abaci
Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp | The anatomy lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp by Rembrandt shows an anatomy lesson taking place in Amsterdam in 1632.
* Animal ( Muppet ), a drummer character in The Muppet Show band, Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem
Johnston was born in Washington, Kentucky, the youngest son of Dr. John and Abigail Harris Johnston.
As reported in the Third Edition of Science and Sanity, The U. S. Army in World War II used Korzybski's system to treat battle fatigue in Europe with the supervision of Dr. Douglas M. Kelley, who went on to become the psychiatrist in charge of the Nazi prisoners at Nuremberg.
The obituary stated (" The merchant of death is dead ") and went on to say, " Dr. Alfred Nobel, who became rich by finding ways to kill more people faster than ever before, died yesterday.
Perhaps this meal was like the 1932ish Baghdad tea, where she stares " unbelievingly ", horrified by the first hint of the future, when her host Dr Jordan, Director of Antiquities, pausing while playing Beethoven, says " Our Jews are perhaps different from yours.
Most notably are the characters of Dr. Eric Leidner in Murder in Mesopotamia, Signor Richetti in Death on the Nile, and many minor characters in They Came to Baghdad were archaeologists.
The Main characters included an archaeologist, Dr. Eric Leidner, as well as his wife, multiple specialists, assistants and the men working the site.

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