References for Jacob Gool

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Books:

  1. J Brugman and F Schröder, Arabic Studies in the Netherlands (E J Brill, Leiden, 1979).
  2. J T P de Bruijn, Een Perzisch Handschrift in Leiden (Rijks Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, 1996).
  3. C W Schoneveld, Sea-changes: Studies in Three Centuries of Anglo-Dutch Cultural Transmission (Rodopi, 1996).
  4. J J Witkam, Jacobus Golius (1596-1667) en zijn handschriften (E J Brill, Leiden, 1980).

Articles:

  1. J T P de Bruijn, Jacobus Golius, Encyclopaedia Iranica (2001).
    http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/golius
  2. G H A Juynboll, Jacobus Golius, in P C Molhuysen and P J Blok (eds.), Nieuw Nederlandsch biografisch woordenboek 10 (A W Sijthoff, Leiden, 1937), 288-290.
  3. Review: Georgii Wilhelmi Freytagii, Lexicon Arabico-Latinum, praesertim ex Djeuharii Firuzabadiique et aliorum Arabum operibus, adhibitis Golii quoque et aliorum libris, confectum, The North American Review 48 (103) (1839), 461-478.
  4. G Wiegers, A life between Europe and the Maghrib: the writings and travels of Ahmad b. Qâsim al-Hajarî al-Andalusî, in G J H van Gelder and Ed de Moor, The Middle East and Europe: Encounters and Exchanges (Rodopi, Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA, 1992), 87-115.
  5. H T Zurndorfer, Sociology, Social Science, and Sinology in the Netherlands before World War II: with special reference to the work of Frederik van Heek, in Sociologie de la Chine et Sociologie chinoise, Revue Européenne des Sciences Sociales XXVII (84) (1898), 19-32.

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