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Occupation Group: Translator

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The list Occupation Group: Translator includes Pseudo-Hegesippus, Rychaldus, John Sarrazin, Tarlochan Singh Bedi and S. Srinivasan (Kural translator). The list consists of 1,407 members.
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    Cindy Hemink

    Dutch, Translator
    Cindy Hemink
    Date of birth: 1974
    Age: 50
    Nationality: Dutch
    Occupation: Translator
    Gender: Female
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    Alida Bremer

    Croatian, Translator
    Alida Bremer
    Date of birth: 1959
    Age: 65
    Nationality: Croatian
    Occupation: Translator
    Gender: Female
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    Marika Kollar

    Hungarian, Translator
    Marika Kollar
    Nationality: Hungarian
    Occupation: Translator
    Gender: Female
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    Overview: Pseudo-Hegesippus is a conventional title for a fourth-century adaptor of The Jewish War of Flavius Josephus.
    Occupation: Translator
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    Rychaldus

    13th century Mongol diplomat, clerk and translator
    Overview: Rychaldus, Richaldus or Richardus (13th century) was a clerk and translator (notarius...ac interpretes Latinorum) for the Mongol Ilkhanate rulers Hulagu Khan, and then Hulagu's son Abaqa Khan. He was best ...
    Occupation: Translator
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    Overview: John Sarrazin, also known as Johannes Sarracenus, John the Sarracen or John Sarrazen, was a twelfth-century scholar. He is known only from his translation of the writings of Pseudo-Dionysius from Greek ...
    Occupation: Translator
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    Overview: Tarlochan Singh Bedi is an academician better known for translating the Kural into Punjabi.
    Occupation: Translator
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    S. Srinivasan (Kural translator)

    Translation history
    Overview: S. Srinivasan is an Indian civil engineer, who is best known for translating the Tirukkural into Kannada.
    Occupation: Translator
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    P. C. Kokila
    Overview: P. C. Kokila is an Indian professor of Hindi, who is best known for translating the Tirukkural into Gujarati.
    Occupation: Translator
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    Overview: E. S. Ariel, also referred to as Monsieur Ariel (French for "Mr. Ariel") by his contemporaries, was a 19th-century French translator known for his French translation of the ancient Indian philosophical ...
    Occupation: Translator
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    Overview: S. M. Michael was one of the early 20th-century translators of the Tirukkural into English.
    Occupation: Translator
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    Jayanthasri Balakrishnan

    Public speaker
    Overview: Dr. Jayanthasri Balakrishnan, is a public speaker and a retired Professor of English, from PSG College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
    Occupation: Translator
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    K. Krupadanam

    Indian Christian theologian
    Overview: K. Krupadanam was the Indian President of the Protestant Andhra Evangelical Lutheran Church Society and served for a short period from 1961-1962. His tenure was embroiled in a legal wrangle but ultimately ...
    Occupation: Translator
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    Pandit Rao Dharennavar

    Indian professor
    Overview: Prof. Pandit Rao Dharennavar is an Indian lecturer by profession, well known for his translation of social and religious literature between Kannada and Punjabi languages. He is currently Assistant Professor ...
    Occupation: Translator
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    Overview: Nicolaas van Buren (1578–1619), Latinized Nicolaus Burenus, was a Dutch Jesuit and a translator of controversial and devotional writings. Born in Arnhem, he became a Jesuit in 1596, and died in the Spanish ...
    Date of birth: 1578
    Date of death: 1619
    Age: 40 (age at death)
    Occupation: Translator
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    Overview: Batholomew Young or Yong (fl. 1577–1598), was the translator of Montemayor's Spanish pastoral romance Diana.
    Date of birth: 1577
    Date of death: 1598
    Age: 20 (age at death)
    Occupation: Translator
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    William Gace

    English translator
    Overview: William Gace (fl. 1580), was an English translator.
    Occupation: Translator
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  • 18.

    William Barker (translator)

    16th century English translator
    Overview: William Barker (fl. 1572) was an English translator.
    Occupation: Translator
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    Overview: William Adlington (fl. 1566) was one among the host of translators that made the Elizabethan era the "golden age of translations". His translation of Apuleius' 2nd century CE novel Metamorphoses, better ...
    Occupation: Translator
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    Charlotte Collins

    British literary translator
    Overview: Charlotte Collins is a British literary translator of contemporary literature and drama from German.
    Occupation: Translator
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