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Esperanto: Henrik Ibsen - Imperiestro kaj Galileano. Esperantigis H. J. Bulthuis
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Henrik Ibsen  (1828–1906) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q36661 s:en:Author:Henrik Johan Ibsen q:en:Henrik Ibsen
Henrik Ibsen
Alternative names
Henrik Johan Ibsen; Henrich Johan Ibsen; Henrich Ibsen
Description Norwegian writer and poet
Date of birth/death 20 March 1828 Edit this at Wikidata 23 May 1906 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death Skien (Norvège) [Christiana] Oslo
Work period 1850 Edit this at Wikidata–1906 Edit this at Wikidata
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creator QS:P170,Q36661
Hendrik Bulthuis  (1865–1945) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q3562233 s:eo:Aŭtoro:Hendrik Bulthuis
Hendrik Bulthuis
Alternative names
H.J. Bulthuis; Hendrik Jan Bulthuis
Description Dutch linguist, Esperantist and translator
Date of birth/death 15 September 1865 Edit this at Wikidata 27 April 1945 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death Eemsmond Menterwolde
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creator QS:P170,Q3562233


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