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Hildegarde Hinde

Hildegarde Hinde

British anthropologist
Hildegarde Hinde
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Intro British anthropologist
Was Anthropologist
From United Kingdom
Type Social science
Gender female
Birth 1871
Death 20 February 1959 (aged 88 years)
Family
Spouse: Sidney Langford Hinde
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Biography

Hildegarde Beatrice Hinde (née Ginsburg) (1871 – 20 February 1959) was a British anthropologist. She and her husband, Sidney Langford Hinde, were in the Congo from 1891 to 1894, and in the East African Protectorate (now Kenya) from 1895 to 1915. She wrote several grammars and vocabularies of East African languages. Three species of small African mammal were named in her honour by Oldfield Thomas; these were Hildegarde's tomb bat (Taphozous hildegardeae), Hildegarde's broad-headed mouse (Zelotomys hildegardeae) and Hildegarde's shrew (Crocidura hildegardeae).

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