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Archibald Henry Sayce (1845–1933)

Sayce, Archibald Henry. An English Orientalist and philologist; born Sept. 25, 1845; died in 1933. His works include: ‘Assyrian Grammar for Comparative Purposes’ (1872); ‘Elementary Assyrian Grammar’ (1875); ‘Lectures on the Assyrian Language’ (1877); ‘Babylonian Literature’ (1877); ‘Fresh Light from the Monuments’ (1884); ‘Ancient Empires of the East’ (1884); ‘Assyria: Its Princes, Priests, and People’ (1885); ‘Introduction to the Books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther’ (1885); ‘Hibbert Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion, as Illustrated by the Religion of the Ancient Babylonians’ (1887); ‘The Hittites’ (1888); ‘Records of the Past’ (new series, 1889–92); ‘Life and Times of Isaiah’ (1889); ‘The Races of the Old Testament’ (1891); ‘Social Life among the Assyrians and Babylonians’ (1891); ‘A Primer of Assyriology’ (1894); ‘The Higher Criticism and the Verdict of the Monuments’ (1894); ‘The Egypt of the Hebrews, and Herodotus’ (1895). Special mention should be made of his ‘Principles of Comparative Philology’; ‘Introduction to the Science of Language,’ and ‘Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia’ (1902).