Biographies that begin by the letter: A Approximately 6037 results

Aa

(s. XI)

A Dutch family name, which dates back to the 11th century, which is often cited in the annals of Hol...

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Alvar Aalto

(1898-1976)

Architect, urbanist, theorist, sculptor, designer and Finnish painter born on February 3, 1898 in Ku...

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Aarón

(1574 -1452 a.C.)

(Aaron or Aharon) First high priest of the old law and brother of Moses. Son of Amram and Yokebed, o...

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Aaron Abiob

(s. XVI)

Rabbi of Thessaloniki, who lived at the end of the 16th century. A literal commentary on the book of...

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Aaron-Acharon

(s. XIV)

Rabbi, native of Nicomedia, who lived in the first half of the 14th century. It was of the sect of t...

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Aaron-Ariscon

(s. XIII)

Karaite Rabbi exercised medicine in Constantinople at the end of the 13th century. He enjoyed the re...

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Aarón Ben Aser

(s. X)

Jewish masoreta, born in Tiberias. He was a member of a family dedicated to the study and transmissi...

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Aaron-Ben-Chaim

(s. XVI)

Famous rabbi born in Fez in the middle of the 16th century, who was head of the synagogues of Fez an...

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Aaron-Ben-Josef-Sason

(s. XVI-XVII)

Rabbi of Thessaloniki, also called Schascon, who lived in late 16th century and early 17th century. ...

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Aaron de Alejandría

(610-641 d.C)

Physician and philosopher born in the year 610 in Alexandria, and died in his hometown in 610-641 A....

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Aaron de Ragusa

(s. XVII)

Rabbi of the seventeenth century, author of the commentary on the Pentateuch and books of Sacred Scr...

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Aaron el Viejo.

(???)

Famous Kabbalist of the no is more than a letter entitled Epistle rationum, in qua continuntur cabal...

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Aaron Zalaha

(¿-1293)

Spanish Rabbi died to 1293. He is author of a commentary published under the title of Sepher Hachinu...

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Aartgems o Ergens

(1498-1561)

Dutch painter, also known with the name of Arturo Claesson; born in 1498 and died in 1561. Initially...

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Ab-El-Azaz

(¿-1803)

Chief of Wahabitas, son of Mohamed-Ibn - Sehud that was murdered in 1803. For their courage and dext...

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Abaca-Khan

(¿-1282)

Second mongol Emperor of Persia, of the race of Gengis-Khan, who succeeded to his father Holaku-Khan...

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Antonio Abacco

(s. XVI)

Architect and Italian printmaker who lived in Rome in the second half of the 16th century. He was di...

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Agustín Abad

(1714-1971)

Essayist, philosopher, theologian, teacher and Spanish religious born in Estadilla (Huesca) from Jan...

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Antón Abad

(s. XVIII)

Bullfighter Spanish, born in Granada in the first half of the century of the lights. It is one of th...

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Antoni Abad

(1956-VVVV)

Sculptor, engraver and Spanish painter born in Lleida in 1956. He graduated in history of art in Bar...

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Abul-Cacem-Mohamed Abad I

(¿-1042)

First Moorish King of Seville, founder of the dynasty of the Abaditas; He died in 1042. His father I...

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Abad II

(1012-1069)

Moorish King of Seville, son and successor Abbot I, born in 1012 and died in 1069. He was proclaimed...

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Abad III

(1039-1095)

Son of Abbot II, born in 1039 and died in 1095. He was proclaimed King of Seville in 1069 with the t...

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Antonio Abad Ojuel

(¿-1989)

Journalist and Spanish essayist, born in Tudela (Navarra) and died in Madrid on June 26, 1989. Linki...

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Abagua

(s. I)

Mother of the Emperor Maximino, successor of Alejandro Severo, alana of nation. Married to the Goth ...

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Abahai

(1592-1643)

Manchu leader, born in November of 1592 and died on 21 September of the year 1643, ruled the State j...

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Avelino Abajo de la Fuente

(1945-VVVV)

Bullfighter Spanish, born August 24, 1945 in La Carrera (León). It is fogueó by the district squar...

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Abalonimo

(s. III a.C.)

Inhabitant of shooting, of humble condition, who lived in a garden. When Alejandro the great invaded...

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Abantidas

(s. III a.C.)

Usurper of the sovereign power in Sicione, their homeland. Around the 267 b.c. citizens gathered in ...

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Abaoji

(¿-926)

Military leader of the kitanes, born on date undetermined and deceased in the year 926, founded a St...

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Agustín Abarca

(1882-1953)

Chilean painter, born in Talca on 27 December 1882 and died in Santiago de Chile on May 28, 1953. Di...

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Ana Francisca Abarca de Bolea

(ca. 1602-1685)

Narrator, poet and Cistercian religious Spanish, born in Zaragoza in April 19, 1602, and deceased in...

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Íñigo Abarca de Bolea

(s. XVI)

Poet and mystic Spanish scholar, born in Zaragoza in the 16th century. Belonging to an aristocratic ...

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Abascanto

(s. I-II)

Natural physician of Lyon, where exercised his art in the century I or II of our era. It was a liber...

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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 cond...

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Andrés Abate

(¿-1732)

Neapolitan painter of natural history who was born at the end of the 17TH century and died in 1732. ...

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Abati Antonio

(¿-1667)

Italian poet, born in Gubbio in the early years of the 17TH century and died in Sinigaglia in 1667. ...

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Abaza

(1617-?)

Raja of Bosnia, born in 1617. Irritated against Mustafa, rebelled under the pretext of avenging the ...

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Abba-Thulle

(1765-1784)

Chief of the archipelago of the Pelew Islands, at the end of the 18th century. It is differentiated ...

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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 ...

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Abbas El Fassi

(1940 -VVVV)

Moroccan politician, born in Berkane, Morocco, on September 18, 1940. Prime Minister of Morocco sinc...

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Abbas Hilmi II

(1874-1944)

Last Egyptian khedive born in Alexandria on July 14, 1874 and died in Geneva in 1944. It was khedive...

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Abbas-Mirza

(1783-1833)

Crown Prince to the throne of Persia, son of Feth-Ali, born in 1783 and died in 1833. Despite being ...

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Antonio María Abbatini

(1605-1675)

Music of Italian composer, born about 1605 and died in 1675. He was music director of the Church of ...

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Abbaud

(s. XII)

French theologian of the 12th century, contemporary of Berenguer and Abelardo. There is no news abou...

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Abbon

(945-1004)

Theologian and French chronicler, born in Orleans in 945 and died in 1004. He studied all the Scienc...

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Abbon el Encorvado

(850-923)

Monk of St. Germain de los Prados, called by the Encorvado nickname (in latin Abbo cernnus), that he...

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Antonio Abbondanti

(s. XVII)

Historian and Italian poet, also called Abundantius of Imola, who lived at the beginning of the 17TH...

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Abd-El-Aziz

(¿-717)

Second Arab viceroy of Spain, died in the year 717. He supported his father Muza, Lieutenant of the ...

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Abd al-Aziz Ibn Saud III

(1881-1953)

Founder and first King of Saudi Arabia born in Riyadh in 1881 and died in Taif on November 9, 1953. ...

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Abd al-Malik

(ca. 973-1008)

Military leader of al - Andalus, firstborn son of Almanzor, born approximately in the 973 and died i...

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Abd al Melek Ibn Omar

(718-788)

One of the main viziers of Abd al - Rahman I, born in 718 and died in 788. He was Governor of Sevill...

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Abd-el-Melek

(s. VIII)

Ruler of the Arab Spain. His first term was the year 732 734. He tried to continue the war but did n...

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Abd al-Mumin. Emir de Marruecos

(1095-1163)

First Amir of the Almohad dynasty (1130-1163), born in the year 1095, in the village of Tagra, next ...

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Abd al-Wahid I

(ca. 1165-1224)

Almohad Caliph born about 1165 and died in 1224. His full name was Abd al - Wahid ibn Yusuf ibn Abd ...

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Abd al-Wahid II al-Rasid

(1218-1242)

Almohad Caliph of Morocco and Al - Andalus born in 1218 and died December 5, 1242. During his ten ye...

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Abd El Hakk Ebn Ghalib

(1088-1152)

Theologian and Arabic poet who was born in the province of Granada in 1088 and died in Lorca in 1152...

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Abd el-Kader

(1808-1883)

Muslim Emir, religious and military leader regarded as the founder of Algeria, born in Guetna, a tow...

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Abd El Kadir Ben Mohammed

(s. XVI)

Arab writer originally from Medina, and native of the city of Jezihez, on the banks of the Tigris. H...

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Abd-El-Kadir-Ghilani

(¿-1165)

Muslim, natural doctor Ghilon in Persia, died in 1165. He wrote the statutes of the sect of the Sufi...

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Abd el-Krim

(1882-1963)

Moroccan politician, leader of the independence movement against Franco-Spanish dominance over Moroc...

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Abd El Melek-Ben-Meruan

(¿-705)

Fifth Caliph of Damascus Ommiada. Succeeded his father, Meruan II, 685 year. He gave battle unto Abd...

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Abd El Melek Ebn Halib Arsolami

(801-854)

Famous Arab writer, born in Córdoba in 801 and died in 854. The sect of the Malekitas introduced in...

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Al Asmai Abd El Melek Ebn Koseyb Albaheli

(740-822)

Arab scholar, born in Barah at 740 and died in Baghdad in 822. He lived at the Court of the famous C...

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Abd El Melek Ebn Mohamed

(s. XII)

Arab historian, who lived in Seville in the second half of the 12th century. It cites a history of t...

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Abu Mansur Ath Thalebi Abd El Melek Ebn Mohamed

(961-1037)

Persian writer, born in Nissapur in 961 and died in 1037. The are a collection of proverbs and a bio...

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Abd El Mottalib

(497-579)

Grandfather and guardian of Muhammad, born in 497 and died in 579. Its primitive name was Amer, but ...

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Abu Mohamed Abd El Mumen

(1101-1163)

First Caliph and second magnet of the sect and the Almohads dynasty, born in 1101 and died in 1163. ...

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Abd El Wahab

(1692-1787)

Founder of the sect of Wahhabis, born in 1692 and died in 1787. He studied at Ispahan, and after cro...

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Abd-Er-Rahman

(¿-1829)

African Prince, born in Timbuktu in the middle of the last century. Responsible for the command of a...

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Abd-er-Rahman-Ben-Abdallah-Algafari

(¿-732)

Seventh emir or Arab Governor of Spain in the reign of the Caliph Yezid, died in 732. He used early ...

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Abd-Er-Rahman-Ben-Hossain

(¿-1820)

Modern Arab historian, born in Cairo in the middle of the 18th century, and died in Constantinople i...

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Abd Melek I

(954-998)

Fifth Prince of the dynasty of the Samanids (which United in Persia and Transoxiana), who ascended t...

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Abd Melek II

(981-1010)

Sultan of khorasan (Jurasan), new, last Prince of the dynasty of the Samanids, who succeeded his bro...

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Abdalla Ebn Hidjari

(1116-1195)

Arab historian who was born in Spain in 1116 and died in 1195. He wrote a history of Spain of which ...

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Abdallah

(¿-1818)

Fourth and last cherif of Wahhabis, executed in Constantinople in 1818. He succeeded his father Sehu...

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Ahmed Abdallah

(1919-1989)

Politician President of his country in 1975 and again from 1978 to 1989, born on June 12, 1919 in An...

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Abdallah Ben Abdelmottalib

(545-570)

Father of Mahoma, born in Mecca toward the year 545 and died in 570. The only circumstance that make...

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Abdallah Ben Balkin

(s. XI)

Fourth and last ruler of Granada who succeeded his grandfather Badis in 1073, and died captive in Af...

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Abdallah-Ben-Zahir

(620-692)

Ruler of Mecca, born in Medina in the first year of the Hegira, and died in Mecca in the year 692 a....

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