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San Aaron - (s. VI)
Saint who lived at the beginning of the 6th century, in Britain, where he founded the first monastery that gave rise to the city of Saint-Malo. Read more...

Aaron Zalaha - (¿-1293)
Spanish Rabbi died to 1293. He is author of a commentary published under the title of Sepher Hachinuk id est Liber Institutionis. Read more...

Isaac Aaronewitz - (s. XVI-XVII)
Polish Jewish printer named Isaac ben Prostitz Aarón. After prepare and acquire their presses in Italy, established in Krakow in 1569 a Hebrew printing press which were published in the following years many works of Jewish literature, Hebrew and yiddis, including the Talmud, the Babylonian Talmud (1602 SS and ss. 1616) palestinese (1609), the Zohar (1603), and other rabbinical and cabalistic works.BibliographyPOSNER, r., TA-SHEMA, I. The Hebrew Book. An Historical Survey. (New-York-Paris: Leon Read more...

Francisco de Aarsens - (1572-1641)
Dutch diplomat, born in the Hague in 1572 and died in 1641. In 1599 he was appointed resident Minister at the Court of France, and took part in the negotiations of the truce set between the States-General and Spain, under the guarantee of France. He then served another mission in Venice, and returned to France with the character of Ambassador, enjoying enormous credibility with Luis XIII and Richelieu. Their participation in the judicial murder of Yoden Barrevelt caused their continuous historic Read more...

Aartgems o Ergens - (1498-1561)
Dutch painter, also known with the name of Arturo Claesson; born in 1498 and died in 1561. Initially was charger of wool, and then he began to paint with such success that it has acquired fame and fortune, so a pension was offered to settle in Antwerp that he refused. He drowned after falling from a boat where he walked. Read more...

Urbano Bruan Aascow - (1749-1800)
Very distinguished Dutch physician, who served in the Royal Navy of Denmark. Published in Copenhagen the year of 1774 a diary of observations on diseases that reigned in the Danish squad equipped to bombard Algiers in 1770. Read more...

King of Egipto Aasehre - (ca. 1553 a.C.)
(Aa-sh-Ra) King of the end of the 15th dynasty Egyptian (hics) documented in a fragment of an obelisk from Tanis. For some Egyptologists would be the King's dynastic name Khamudy, which would have been the manetonianas of Assis, Aseth, and Arkles forms; for others, it would be a no testified King. Missing who argues that Aasehre responds to the dynastic name of Nehesy. Read more...

Ab-El-Azaz - (¿-1803)
Chief of Wahabitas, son of Mohamed-Ibn - Sehud that was murdered in 1803. For their courage and dexterity subdued many tribes and brought a formidable army; seized city magnet-Hussain, which contains the tomb of Ali, and shortly after, Mecca; but at the Summit of his triumphs, he was killed by a fanatical Persian. Read more...

Samuel Owon o Aba - (¿-1044)
Brother-in-law of San Esteban, and first Christian King of Hungary, elected in 1041 after having been expelled from the country. He beat Pedro the German, nephew of San Esteban, and hated of the great Kingdom. It swept through Austria and Bavaria, where they had withdrawn Pedro; but it was defeated by the Emperor Enrique III, called black, and died in 1044 by their own subjects. Read more...

Abaca-Khan - (¿-1282)
Second mongol Emperor of Persia, of the race of Gengis-Khan, who succeeded to his father Holaku-Khan in 1265. He sent ambassadors to the second general Council of Lyons in 1274; the Persians conquered the rest of its provinces, and rebuilt to Baghdad. He died in 1282, poisoned, it is believed, because it had been manifested favorable to Christians. Read more...

Antonio Abacco - (s. XVI)
Architect and Italian printmaker who lived in Rome in the second half of the 16th century. He was disciple of Antonio di San Gallo and recorded levels of the Church of San Pedro in Rome by drawings made by him. Also made the blades of his work entitled book di Antonio Abacco, appartenente all' architectura, nel quale si figurano alcune nobili antichista Rome. The date of his death is unknown. Read more...

Sani Abacha - (1943-1998)
Politician and Nigerian military, born in the State of Kanu on September 20, 1943 and died on July 8, 1998.He studied primary and secondary until in 1962 he entered the Military Academy in Kaduna. A year later he moved to a higher military institution and in 1965 completed basic military training in his country. In 1971 he traveled to the United Kingdom to expand knowledge in the infantry Academy in Westminster, and on his return to Nigeria, studied general staff in the town of Jaji. Later, he j Read more...

Agustín Abad - (1714-1971)
Essayist, philosopher, theologian, teacher and Spanish religious born in Estadilla (Huesca) from January 14, 1714 and died in Ferrara (Italy) on April 15, 1791. At fifteen years of age (1729) he entered the society of Jesus, although not professed until 2 February 1747. Humanist fruitful and multi-faceted, taught rhetoric and philosophy in the school of Huesca, to later go to Seminary of Nobles Calatayud, where he taught as a Professor of Theology and finished occupying some time during his rect Read more...

Antón Abad - (s. XVIII)
Bullfighter Spanish, born in Granada in the first half of the century of the lights. It is one of the older bullfighters who have passed to the history of the art of Cúchares with name and surname; Unfortunately, have just come other news about his person and his bullfighting. Only known with certainty that he took part in a bullfight held in his native Granada on 18 June of 1764, accompanied by a Diego Castilla (which it is not known just nothing) and on posters by the Ronda Juan Romero, son o Read more...

Antoni Abad - (1956-VVVV)
Sculptor, engraver and Spanish painter born in Lleida in 1956. He graduated in history of art in Barcelona and expanded its formation in Cuenca, where he attended classes in engraving.In 1989, he got the Endesa Visual Arts scholarship. It originated in the art world with a series called vegetations, where strips of paper with natural dyes played with a same chromatic tonality, and three-dimensional objects (scubidus). In 1985 he joined the foam work, material flexibility that allowed him to carv Read more...

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