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Brian Houghton Hodgson (1 February 1800 or more likely 1801 – 23 May 1894) was a pioneer naturalist and ethnologist working in India and Nepal where he was a British Resident. He described numerous species of birds and mammals from the Himalayas, and several birds were named after him by others such as Edward Blyth. He was a scholar of Tibetan Buddhism and wrote extensively on a range of topics relating to linguistics and religion. He was an opponent of the British proposal to introduce English as the official medium of instruction in Indian schools.

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  • بريان هوتون هودجسون
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  • Ходжсон, Брайан Хьютон
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  • Brian Houghton Hodgson (1 February 1800 or more likely 1801 – 23 May 1894) was a pioneer naturalist and ethnologist working in India and Nepal where he was a British Resident. He described numerous species of birds and mammals from the Himalayas, and several birds were named after him by others such as Edward Blyth. He was a scholar of Tibetan Buddhism and wrote extensively on a range of topics relating to linguistics and religion. He was an opponent of the British proposal to introduce English as the official medium of instruction in Indian schools.
  • بريان هوتون هودجسون (بالإنجليزية: Brian Houghton Hodgson) (و. 1800 – 1894 م) هو عالم الإنسان، وعالم طيور، وعالم في الأتنيات من المملكة المتحدة . وكان عضواً في الجمعية الملكية .توفي عن عمر يناهز 94 عاماً.
  • Brian Houghton Hodgson (* 1. Februar 1800 in Lower Beech, Prestbury, Cheshire; † 23. Mai 1894 in Alderley, Gloucestershire) war ein britischer Ethnologe, Orientalist und Naturforscher. Er verbrachte einige Jahre als britischer Gesandter in Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • Brian Houghton Hodgson est un administrateur colonial, un ethnologue et un naturaliste britannique, né le 1er février 1800 à Prestbury (dans le Cheshire) et mort le 23 mai 1894 à Cotswolds.
  • Brian Houghton Hodgson ( 1 de febrero de 1800 – 23 de mayo de 1894) fue un naturalista y etnólogo que trabajó en la India Británica donde fue funcionario público británico.
  • Brian Houghton Hodgson (1800–1894) was een Britse etnoloog, oriëntalist en natuuronderzoeker. Hij was ambtenaar in dienst van de Britse Oost-Indische Compagnie en later resident in Kathmandu (Nepal).
  • Brian Houghton Hodgson (ur. 1 lutego 1800 w Prestbury, zm. 23 maja 1894 w Alderley) – brytyjski przyrodnik i etnolog, urzędnik państwowy.
  • Brian Houghton Hodgson (Prestbury (Cheshire), Inglaterra, 1º de fevereiro de 1800 - 23 de maio de 1894) foi um dos primeiros naturalistas e etnólogos a trabalhar na Índia Britânica, onde era um funcionário público do governo britânico.
  • Брайан Хьютон Ходжсон (также Годжсон англ. Brian Houghton Hodgson; 1800—1894) — английский этнолог, востоковед и натуралист, работавший в британской Индии и Непале, где он был английским государственным служащим. Он описал много видов животных, особенно птиц и млекопитающих Гималаев, а несколько видов птиц были названы в его честь другими натуралистами, такими как Эдвард Блит. Он специализировался на изучении тибетского буддизма, лингвистики и религии, и открыто выступал в британском правительстве против введения английского языка в индийских школах.
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