Luzzatto, Philoxene

Luzzatto, Philoxene a Jewish Orientalist, was born at Trieste, July 10, 1829. At a very early age he mastered different languages, and in 1849 published Le Sanscritisme de la Langule Assyrienne. In 1850 he wrote, Etudes sur les Inscriptions Assyriennes de Persepolis, Hamadan, Van et Khorsabad: Notice sur Abou-Jousouj Hasdai Ibn-Shaprout (1852). While on his travels he was taken sick, but at length arrived at Padua, and died January 25, 1854. The Memoire sur les Juifs d'Abyssinie ou Falaschas, was published after his death in the Archives Israelites of Paris. (B.P.)

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