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Rapson, Edward Jameslocked

(1861–1937)
  • T. Burrow
  • , revised by J. B. Katz

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Rapson, Edward James (1861–1937), Sanskritist, was born at Leicester on 12 May 1861, the son of Edward Rapson, who later opened a school at Ledbury and afterwards became vicar of West Bradley, Somerset. His mother was Eleanor McArdle from co. Dublin. He was educated at ...

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