Jan Julius Lodewijk Duyvendak (1889-1954)

Pays : Pays-Bas
Langue : néerlandais; flamand
Sexe : masculin
Naissance : Harlingen, Pays-Bas, 28-06-1889
Mort : Leyde, Pays-Bas, 09-07-1954
Note :
A aussi traduit du chinois en hollandais et en anglais et écrit en anglais
Sinologue. - Professeur à l'Université de Leyde
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1875 9443

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Desultory notes on the Hsi-yang chi
A Chinese "Divina commedia"
Holland's contribution to Chinese studies
Holland's contribution to Chinese studies, by J. J. L. Duyvendak
China's discovery of Africa
China's discovery of Africa, lectures given at the University of London on January 22 and 23, 1947, by J. J. L. Duyvendak
Paul Pelliot. 1878-1945
Le Taoïsme sous les T'ang
The Dreams of the emperor Hsüan-tsung
The Philosophy of Wu Wei
A scribal error ?
The "guest-star" of 1054
Once more : the so-called Diary of Ching-shan
Simon Stevin's "sailing-chariot"
A comment on an illustrated Battle-account in 35 B. C. The Mi-li-kao identified
[Compte-rendu de :] W. C. White. Tomb tile pictures of ancient China
Suplementary documents on the last Dutch embassy to the Chinese court
The True dates of the Chinese maritime expeditions in the early fifteenth century
Bodleiana
An illustrated battle-account in the history of the Former Han dynasty
An illustrated battle-account in the history of the Former Han dynasty
The Last Dutch embassy in the "Veritable records"
The Last Dutch embassy to the Chinese court (1794-95)
Sailing directions of Chinese voyages
Ching-Shan's diary a mistification
Early Chinese studies in Holland
The First Siamese embassy to Holland
Ma Huan re-examined
Notes on Dubs' translation of Hsün-tzu
The Romanisation of Chinese
Wong's system for arranging Chinese characters. The revised four-corners numeral system, by Y. W. Wong
Marinus Willem de Visser. 1875-1930
The Chronology of Hsün-tzu
Chinese in the Dutch East Indies, by J. L. L. Duyvendak
Hsün-tzu on the rectification of names/by J. J. L. Duyvendak
Les Etudes hollando-chinoises au XVIIe et au XVIIIe siècle
Mullie's introduction to Chinese colloquial

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[Nécrologie du Prof. Dr. J. J. L. Duyvendak [1890-1954]]

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