Theodoor Gautier Thomas Pigeaud

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Theodoor Gautier Thomas Pigeaud (20 February 1899 in Leipzig – 6 March 1988 in Gouda) was an expert in Javanese literature from the Netherlands. He especially became famous for his Java-Netherlands dictionary (1938) that Poerwadarminto chose as foundation of Baoesastra Djawa. Moreover, Pigeaud was also known because of his monumental study about Nagarakretagama and text catalogues of the manuscripts in the libraries of Netherlands, Denmark, and Germany.


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