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Abassa o Abbassa - (790-815)
Sister of Harun the Raschid, married by her brother in the year 810 Djafar the Barmecid, on the condition that they not consumarían marriage. Love made two husbands to forget the order had been received, and had a son who was secretly sent to Mecca. When the Caliph knew it, he had removed the life to Djafar, and Abassa, expelled from his palace, was reduced to the most miserable state. He left some poetry, reproduced in part by Ibn-Abu - Hadjelah, in his book titled Sababeth. Read more...

Andrés Abate - (¿-1732)
Neapolitan painter of natural history who was born at the end of the 17TH century and died in 1732. He was employed by the King of Spain, and left some estimated works. Read more...

Abati Antonio - (¿-1667)
Italian poet, born in Gubbio in the early years of the 17TH century and died in Sinigaglia in 1667. He was in the service of the Archduke Leopoldo de Austria, and traveled through the Netherlands and France. When he returned to Italy, he was successively Governor of several cities of ecclesiastical state. She left written several poems and a melodrama. Read more...

Bocca del Abati - (s. XIII)
Famous Florentine noble thanks to Dante. This poet, in Canto XXXII of L'Inferno, places Abati Bocca among traitors to their homeland for having contributed to the loss of the battle of Montaperti, won the 4 September 1260 by the Ghibbelin. Read more...

Joaquín Abati y Díaz - (1865-1936)
Writer and lawyer from Madrid, author of more than 120 comic works and librettos for operettas, alone or in collaboration with Carlos Arniches and Enrique García Álvarez, Antonio step, Gregorio Martínez Sierra. His work is notable for the simplicity of the plot and colourful detail. His most important titles are: among doctors (1892), a hundred maidens (1907); with step you wrote dogs of prey (1909), the pride of Albacete (1916); with Arniches, the tears of the Trini (1918), the BRIC-a-BRAC ( Read more...

Bernardo Abatia - (1530-1590)
Doctor and French astrologer, born in Tolosa in 1530, and died in Paris around 1590. According to the Croix de Maine, Abatia went to Paris to teach medicine, mathematics and astrology. He published a Pronostication sur le mariage de Henri, King of Navarre, that of Marguerite de France, are marry, so rare booklet, which one may doubt their existence. He also had a general description of the plants with the title of Grand Herbier. This work not be has printed, and is unaware of what happened to th Read more...

Pedro Abaunza - (1599-1649)
Writer and researcher Spanish, natural of Seville. He is the author of a comment Marcial never given to the printing press and another on the decrees joined the Thesaurus Novus Juris Civilis et Canonici Meerman between 1751 and 1754. Read more...

José Pereira Abayam - (s. XVIII)
Priest and Spanish historian who lived in the middle of the 18th century. A chronicle of King Pedro I, remains of it called the Judicator. Read more...

Abaza - (1617-?)
Raja of Bosnia, born in 1617. Irritated against Mustafa, rebelled under the pretext of avenging the death of the sultan Osman and gave a knife to a large number of janissaries. The multi and the Commander of the janissaries took advantage of this rebellion, deposing Mustafa and placed Amirates IV on the throne. Shortly afterwards, the sultan was reconciled with Abaza and sent him in 1634 at the head of an army of 60,000 men against the poles. Abaza was then sent against the Persians and died sho Read more...

Abba-Thulle - (1765-1784)
Chief of the archipelago of the Pelew Islands, at the end of the 18th century. It is differentiated by the hospitality that dispensed the shipwrecked English vessel antelope, commanded by Captain Wilson, in 1783. Abba Thulle sent one of his son to England, to acquire useful knowledge, but that young man died in London of smallpox on December 27, 1784. Read more...

Fray Agustín Íñigo Abbad y Lasierra - (1754-1813)
Spanish religious, born in Estadilla (Huesca) 19 April 1745 and died 13 October 1813 in Ribarroja (Valencia).LifeSon of Francisco Abbad and María Teresa Lasierra, historian younger brother Manuel Abbad y Lasierra, studied philosophy at the University of Zaragoza, became Benedictine in the monastery of Nájera, continued the study of philosophy in the College of San Juan de Poyo (Pontevedra). In the Irache University he studied theology and Canon law, after which he graduated master of Arts and Read more...

Fray Manuel Abbad y Lasierra - (1729-1806)
Spanish religious, born in Estadilla (Huesca) in 1729 and brother of fray Iñigo. He studied at Calatayud and Huesca, taking his degree in Canon law. He entered the Benedictine order at the monastery of San Juan de la Peña. By Real on June 1, 1771 cell authorized you to examine the archives and libraries of the Benedectine cloister and later of all prior of Santa María de Meyá (1773) Espana.fue, first bishop of Ibiza (1783), Bishop of Astorga (1797), Grand Inquisitor (1793-1794) and member of Read more...

Claudio Abbado - (1933-2014)
Italian Orchestra conductor born in Milan on June 26, 1933 and died in Bologna on January 20, 2014.After discovering his musical vocation at the age of eight, he joined the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of his native city, where he followed studies in piano, composition and conducting. After completing these, in 1955, he went to Vienna, where he followed masterclasses with Hans Swarowsky. In 1958 he received the Koussevitzky award at Tanglewood (United States), after which he returned to Italy, wh Read more...

Nicola Abbagnano - (1901-1990)
Italian Existentialist philosopher. He studied in Naples, as a disciple of A. Aliotta. After teaching for three years, he taught history of philosophy in the University of Turin. Was one of the first who faced Italy in the themes of Existentialism, contributing thus to overcome the dominance of idealism. After the second world war, he came to American pragmatism and utilitarianism. Its positive Existentialism wants to be a synthesis between these trends and the theme of Existentialism. Against n Read more...

Abbas-Ben-Abdelmottalib - (566-652)
Uncle and disciple of Muhammad, born in Mecca by the years of 566 and died in 652. It is celebrated in Muslim history by his private virtues, for the support that provided his nephew Mohammed, and glory find his descendants the illustrious dynasty of the Abbasids. At the age of fourteen years, he lost his father and succeeded him in the important post of sicaya, which consisted in distributing the pilgrims the sacred water taken wasn't well. When Muhammad started his preaching, Abbas, although h Read more...

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