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Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890

LC control no.n 80057204
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR4349.B52
Personal name headingBurton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890
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Variant(s)B., F., 1821-1890
Baker, Frank, 1821-1890
Burṭan, Ār. EF., 1821-1890
Burton, R. F. (Richard F.), 1821-1890
Burton, Richard, 1821-1890
Burton, Richard F. (Richard Francis), 1821-1890
Burton, Richard Francis, 1821-1890
F. B., 1821-1890
Hâjî Abdû al-Yazdi, 1821-1890
Hâjî Abdû ĕl-Yezdî, 1821-1890
Associated countryGreat Britain England
Birth date1821-03-19
Death date1890-10-20
Place of birthTorquay (England)
Place of deathTrieste (Italy)
Field of activityTravel Translating and interpreting
AffiliationEast India Company
Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain)
Trinity College (University of Oxford)
Profession or occupationExplorers Geographers Linguists Translators Orientalists
Found inHis "Stone talk", 1865.
Aladdin. Aladdin and his wonderful lamp, 1982: CIP t.p. (Sir Richard F. Burton)
Brodie, F. The Devil drives, 1984, c1967: CIP t.p. (Sir Richard Burton)
The kasǐdah of Hǎjǐ Abdǔ el-Yezdǐ, 1909: t.p. (F.B.)
The book of the thousand nights and a night, v.1, 1894-: t.p. (R.F. Burton)
Wikipedia, Feb. 15, 2013 (Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton, was a British geographer, explorer, translator, writer, soldier, orientalist, cartographer, ethnologist, spy, linguist, poet, fencer and diplomat; born on March 19, 1821 in Torquay, Devon, England; died on October 20, 1890 in Trieste, Austria-Hungary; a captain in the army of the East India Company; led an expedition to Lake Tanganyika for the Royal Geographical Society; attended Trinity College, Oxford, but did not graduate)
Grammar of the Siraiki language, 2013: t.p. (Richard Francis Burton) p. 4 of cover (Ār. Ef. Burṭan)
Associated languageeng