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R. J. M. Ronald John McNeill, M.A.
Christ Church, Oxford. Barrister-at : Law. Formerly Editor of the St James Gazette (London).
Sussex, 3rd Earl of; Tandy, James Napper; Temple, Earl.
R. L.* Richard Lydekker, F.R.S., F.G.S., F.Z.S.
Member of the Staff of the Geological Survey of India, 1874-1882. Author of Catalogue of Fossil Mammals, Reptiles and Birds in the British Museum; The Deer of all Lands; The Game Animals of Africa; &c.
Swine; Tapir (in part); Tarsier; Tiger (in part); Tillodontia; Titanotheriidae.
R. Ma. Rev. Robert Mackintosh, M.A., D.D.
Tutor in Lancashire Independent College, Manchester.
Theism; Theology.
R. N. B. Robert Nisbet Bain (d. 1909).
Assistant Librarian, British Museum, 1883-1909. Author of Scandinavia: the Political History of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, 1513-1900; The First Romanovs, 1613 to 1725; Slavonic Europe: the Political History of Poland and Russia from 1469 to 1700; &c.
Svane, Hans; Sweden: History (in part); Sweyn I.; Széchenyi, Istvan, Count; Szigligeti, Ede; Tarnowski, Jan; Tausen, Hans; Tessin, Count; Theodore I.-III. of Russia; Thököly, Imre; Tisza, Kálmán; Toll, Johan, Count; Tolstoy, Petr, Count.
R. P. S. R. Phene Spiers, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A.
Formerly Master of the Architectural School, Royal Academy, London. Past President of Architectural Association. Associate and Fellow of King’s College London. Corresponding Member of the Institute of France. Editor of Fergusson’s History of Architecture. Author of Architecture: East and West; &c.
Temple (in part).
R. R. Reinhold Rost, C.I.E., LL.D. (1822-1896).
Secretary of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1863-1869. Librarian at the India Office, London, 1869-1893. Editor of H. H. Wilson’s Essays on the Religions of the Hindus; Hodgson’s Essays on Indian Subjects; &c.
Tamils; Thugs.
S. A. C. Stanley Arthur Cook, M.A.
Editor for the Palestine Exploration Fund. Lecturer in Hebrew and Syriac, and formerly Fellow, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. Examiner in Hebrew and Aramaic, London University, 1904-1908. Author of Glossary of Aramaic Inscriptions; The Laws of Moses and Code of Hammurabi; Critical Notes on Old Testament History; Religion of Ancient Palestine; &c.
S. Bl. Sigfus Blöndal.
Librarian of the University of Copenhagen.
Thomsen, Grímur; Thóroddsen, Jón.
St G. L. F.-P. St George Lane Fox-Pitt, M.R.A.S.
Associate of King’s College, London. Treasurer and Vice-President of the Moral Education League and the International Moral Education Congress.
Theosophy: Oriental.
St G. S. St George Stock, M.A.
Pembroke College, Oxford. Lecturer in Greek in the University of Birmingham.
Therapeutae; Tobit, The Book of.
S. K. Sten Konow, Ph.D.
Professor of Indian Philology in the University of Christiania. Officier de l’Académie Française. Author of Stamavidhana Brahmana; &c.
Tibeto-Burman Languages.
S. N. Simon Newcomb, D.Sc., LL.D.
See the biographical article: Newcomb, Simon.
Time, Standard.
T. As. Thomas Ashby, M.A., Litt.D.
Director of the British School of Archaeology at Rome. Formerly Scholar of Christ Church, Oxford. Craven Fellow, 1897. Conington Prizeman, 1906. Member of the imperial German Archaeological Institute. Author of The Classical Topography of the Roman Campagna.
Suessula; Sulci; Surrentum; Sutri; Sybaris; Syracuse (in part); Taormina; Taranto; Tarentum; Tarquinii; Teggiano; Tergeste; Termini Imerese; Terracina; Tharros; Thurii; Tibur; Tiburtina, Via; Ticinum.
T. A. A. Thomas Andrew Archer, M.A.
Author of The Crusade of Richard I.; &c.
Templars (in part).
T. A. C. Timothy Augustine Coghlan, I.S.O.
Agent-General for New South Wales. Government Statistician, New South Wales, 1886-1905. Honorary Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society. Author of Wealth and Progress of New South Wales; Statislical Account of Australia and New Zealand, &c.
Tasmania: Geography, Statistics and History.
T. de L. A. Terrien de Lacouperie, Litt.D.
Formerly Professor of Indo-Chinese at University College, London.
Tiber (in part).
T. H. Thomas Hodgkin, D.C.L., Litt.D.
See the biographical article: Hodgkin, Thomas.
T. H. H.* Sir Thomas Hungerford Holdich, K.C.M.G., K.C.I.E., D.Sc.
Superintendent of Frontier Surveys, India, 1892-1898. Gold Medallist, R.G.S., London, 1887. Author of The Indian Borderland; The Countries of the King’s Award; India; Tibet.
Tibet (in part).