Citation
Bertak Sakai

Material Information

Title:
Bertak Sakai [Various designs, figure 2]
Series Title:
Correspondence of Dr Charles Otto Blagden : Designs (MS 360895/13)
Creator:
Blagden, Charles Otto, 1864-1949 ( Author, Primary )
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Blagden, Charles Otto (1864-1949), orientalist
Blagden, Charles Otto, 1864-1949 ( lcna )
Spatial Coverage:
Asia -- Malaysia
Coordinates:
2.5 x 112.5

Notes

General Note:
Transferred from the South East Asian Department, School of Oriental and African Studies, 1977
General Note:
Dr Charles Otto Blagden was born the 30th September 1864, the eldest son of William George Blagden. He was educated at Dulwich College and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. He was appointed to the Straits Settlements Civil Service in 1888 and held various administrative and judicial posts in Malacca and Singapore. He retired for health reasons in 1897. Returning to England he studied at Gray?s Inn and was called to the Bar in 1900. From 1910 he developed an academic career becoming Examiner in Malay at the University of London in that year. In 1917 he joined the newly-opened School of Oriental and African Studies as Lecturer in Malay Studies. He remained in the service of the School until 1935 when he retired as Reader in Malay Studies. At various dates he was a Vice-President of the Royal Anthropological Society and of the Royal Asiatic Society. His most important published work was (with W.W.Skeat) the comparative vocabulary of aboriginal races in Pagan races of the Malay Peninsula which appeared in 1906. Blagden also interested himself in Burmese studies especially Mon inscriptions. He died 25th August 1949.
General Note:
MS 360895. Box 2. Folder 13. Item 6
General Note:
VIAF (name authority) : Blagden, Charles Otto, 1864-1949 : URI http://viaf.org/viaf/15513790

Record Information

Source Institution:
SOAS University of London
Holding Location:
Archives and Special Collections
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
MS 360895 ( SOAS manuscript number )