Author:Lawrence Austine Waddell
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British army doctor, Lieutenant-Colonel; explorer and author
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "L. A. W."
- The non-bacillar nature of abrus-poison, 1884 external link
- Are venomous snakes auto-toxic?, 1889 (short work) external link
- The Birds of Sikkim (1893)
- Buddhism of Tibet or Lamaism, With Its Mystic Cults, Symbolism and Mythology and in Its Relation to Indian Buddhism (1895) external link
- Among the Himalayas (1899) external link
- Report on the excavations at Pātaliputra (Patna); the Palibothra of the Greeks, 1903 external link
- Lhasa and Its Mysteries-With a Record of the British Tibetan Expedition of 1903-1904 (1905) external link
- Indo-Sumerian Seals Deciphered (1925) external link
- Phoenician Origin of the Britons, Scots, and Anglo-Saxons (1924) external link
- Aryan Origin of the Alphabet (1927) external link
- Sumer-Aryan Dictionary. An Etymological Lexicon of the English and other Aryan Languages Ancient and Modern and the Sumerian Origin of Egyptian and its Hieroglyphs (1927)
- The Makers of Civilization (1929)
- The British Edda (1930) external link
- Egyptian Civilization: Its Sumerian Origin and Real Chronology (1930) external link
- “Lhasa,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 (in part)
- “Tibet,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 (in part)
Works about Waddell
- “Waddell, Lieut.-Colonel Lawrence Austine,” in The Indian Biographical Dictionary by C. Hayavadana Rao, Madras: Pillar & Co. (1915).