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Robert Christopher Tytler (25 September 1818 – 10 September 1872) was a British soldier, naturalist and photographer. His second wife Harriet is well known for her work in photographing and documenting the monuments of Delhi and for her notes at the time of the 1857 revolt in India. Mt. Harriet in the Andamans is named after her. A species of bird, Tytler's leaf warbler, is named after him.

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  • Robert Christopher Tytler (* 25. September 1818; † 10. September 1872) war ein britischer Soldat, Amateurforscher und Fotograf. Von April 1862 bis Februar 1864 verwaltete Tytler als Superintendent von Port Blair aus die Andamanen und Nikobaren. Er hinterließ teilweise unersetzliche Fotodokumente zur Geschichte Britisch-Indiens.
  • Robert Christopher Tytler (25 septembre 1818 - 10 septembre 1872) était un soldat, naturaliste et photographe britannique. Sa seconde femme, Harriet, est connu pour ses travaux littéraires sur les monuments de Delhi et pour ses notes prises pendant la révolte en Inde en 1857. Une espèce d'oiseau, le Pouillot de Tytler, doit son nom au naturaliste. * Portail de la zoologie Portail de la zoologie * Portail du monde indien Portail du monde indien * Portail de l’histoire de la zoologie et de la botanique Portail de l’histoire de la zoologie et de la botanique
  • Robert Christopher Tytler (25 de setembro de 1818 - 10 de setembro de 1872) foi um militar , naturalista e fotógrafo britânico.
  • Robert Christopher Tytler (25 September 1818 – 10 September 1872) was a British soldier, naturalist and photographer. His second wife Harriet is well known for her work in photographing and documenting the monuments of Delhi and for her notes at the time of the 1857 revolt in India. Mt. Harriet in the Andamans is named after her. A species of bird, Tytler's leaf warbler, is named after him.
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  • 1872-9-10
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  • 1818-9-25
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