1802, Jan 241880, Sep 22
a French orientalist who specialized in Georgian and Armenian studies. He worked mostly in Russia. From 1826 he devoted himself to the Armenian and Georgian languages, history and culture. He had found his true vocation. However, books, teachers, documents were scarce. For Armenian he was helped by Antoine-Jean Saint-Martin. For Georgian he had to create his own dictionary from the Georgian translation of the Bible, which was faithful to the Greek text.
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