Biographies that begin by the letter: A Approximately 6037 results

Abul Walis Abdallah Ebn Mohamed

(962-1013)

Arab historian who was born in Cordoba in 962 and died in 1013. He wrote a biographical dictionary o...

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Abdallah-Ebn-Taib Abul-Faradj

(¿-1043)

Doctor Christian, of Iraq, of the sect of the Nestorians, dead to the 1043. He wrote commentaries on...

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Abdallah I

(¿-755)

Uncle of Abul-Abbas - Al - Saffah, first of the Caliphs Abasidas. He died in the 755. She won a batt...

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Abdas

(s. V)

Bishop and martyr of Susa, who lived at the beginning of the 5th century under the reign of Yerdedje...

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Abdelmumen

(s. XII)

Ruler of the Arabic Spain from the year 1130 to the 1163. Disciple of Mahdi, was proclaimed to his d...

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Abdemelech

(s. VII-VI a.C.)

Eunuch of the King Sedecías, King of Judah that the Prophet Jeremiah was freedom....

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Abderrahmán al Gafiqui

(s. VIII)

Seventh Arab emir of Spain. He was born in the mid-7th century and died in the year 732. His Governm...

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Abderramán Ben Abdelaquen

(¿-871)

Spanish, Muslim historian of Egyptian origin, killed in the 871. He is the author of a legend that j...

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Abdi-Kheba.

(???)

(Ab-di-khe-ba or go-khe-ba). Prince of Jerusalem, especially known for several letters located at Te...

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Abdias Ben Schalom

(s. VII)

Famous Rabbi of the seventh century of our era. He was one of the doctors that, as sure, came to Sau...

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Abdías

(s. VII a.C.)

The fourth of the twelve minor prophets who lived during the reign of Hezekiah, six hundred and twen...

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Abdías

(s. I)

Famous impostor who claimed to be one of the seventy-two disciples of Jesus Christ and have had grea...

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Abdon

(¿-1164 a.C.)

Tenth judge of the Israelites, of the tribe of Ephraim, one thousand one hundred and seventy-four ye...

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Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud o Ibn Saud

(1880-1953)

King and founder of the modern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia born in Riyadh in 1880 and died in Taif in 19...

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Abdul Hamid

(1725-1789)

Ottoman Emperor, born in 1725 and died on 6 September 1789. He succeeded his brother Mustafá III, t...

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Abdul Kerym

(s. XVIII)

Persian writer of the country from Kashmir, born in the middle of the 18th century. When Nadir Shah ...

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Abdul Medjid Ebn Ardum

(s. XI)

Arabic poet who lived at the end of the 11th century, best known under the name of Abdun. He was viz...

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Abdulhamit II o Abd al-Hamwd. Sultán otomano

(1842-1918)

Sultan of Turkey, born in Istanbul on September 21, 1842 and died in the same city on February 10, 1...

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al-Zagal Abdullah

(s. XV)

Brother of the emir of Granada, Abul Hasán (Muley make), and member of the Nasrid dynasty, was Gove...

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Abdullah Gül

(1950-VVVV)

Turkish politician, born on October 29, 1950 in Kayseri. 11th President of the Republic of Turkey. L...

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Abdullah ibn Abdul Kadir

(1798-1854)

Malaysian writer, born in Malacca, and son of a descendant family of Arabic and Tamil. He received t...

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Abdullah ibn Husayn

(1882-1951)

King of Jordan born in Makkah in 1882 and died in Jerusalem in 1951. Emir of Transjordan between 192...

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Abel

(personaje bíblico)

According to the Bible, son of Adam and Eve, Cain's twin brother. This was the farmer, while Abel wa...

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Abel. King of Dinamarca

(¿-1252)

King of Denmark, which happened at 1250, through a murder his brother Eric, who had previously fough...

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Augusto Abelaira

(1926-2003)

Narrator, journalist and Portuguese University Professor, born in Cantanhede in March 1926 and died ...

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Abén Aboo

(¿-1571)

Spanish Moorish nobleman, born on date unknown in Bombarón Medina. He was one of the main warlords ...

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Ardallah-Ben-Ahmed Aben Beithar

(¿-1248)

Botanical and Arab physician, born at the end of the 12th century, in a town near Malaga and died in...

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Aben Humeya

(1520-1569)

Spanish Moorish nobleman, born in 1520 and died to 1569, whose real name was Fernando de Córdoba an...

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Abu-Bekr-Mohamed-Ebn-El-Sayeg Aben-Pace o Ebn-Badjeh

(¿-1138)

Arab philosopher, born in Cordoba at the beginning of the 12th century and died in Fez in 1138. His ...

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Ali Aben Ragel

(s. XI)

Arab astrologer, who lived at the beginning of the 11th century in the time of the Caliph Mamun. His...

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Abenmasarra

(883-931)

Arab philosopher, born in Córdoba in 883 and died in 931. The two books in which exposes its doctri...

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Abentofail o Ibn Tufayl

(1109-1185)

Real name Abu Baker Muhammad ibn Abd al - Malik ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Tufayl. Doctor, philos...

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Antonio Aberastain

(1810-1861)

Argentine politician, Governor of San Juan. He was shot by defending the autonomy of the province....

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Andrés Aberasturi

(1948-VVVV)

Born in Madrid, Spanish journalist on 28 July 1948, which reached a significant notoriety in the lat...

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Abercombry

(1726-1806)

Horticulturist and Scottish agronomist, born in 1726 and died in 1806. He was the son of a gardener ...

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Abgar

(75 a.C.-35 a.C.)

Name of a series of princes who reigned in the city of Edessa in Mesopotamia, from the second centur...

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Abia

(¿-955 a.C.)

King of Judah, died the year 955 b.c. 957 succeeded his father Roboam and Jeroboam King of Israel in...

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Abiatar.

(???)

Name of a Hebrew priest that Jesus Christ according to the Gospel of San Marcos (II, 23-28), assayed...

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Abiathar

(1050 a.C.-1000 a.C.)

High priest of the Jews, which was spared the revenge of Saul. He did kill his father Abimelek. Abia...

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Abideno.

(???)

Greek historian who attributed two works, a titled Assyriaca and another Chaldaica. Fragments that c...

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Abido

(s. IV)

Martyr of the Christian faith at the end of the fourth century, during the reign of Honorius. His me...

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Abigail

(s. XI a.C.)

Biblical person, wife of Nabal, whose rich possessions were extended by the Carmel. According to the...

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Andrés Abillon

(s. XVII)

French theologian who lived in the first half of the 17TH century. The following works are known fro...

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Abimelech

(¿-1255 a.C.)

The Bible quotes several characters of this name, which means father of the King, and seems to have ...

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Abiram

(1315 a.C. -1295 a.C.)

Son of Hillel, who rebuilt the city of Jericho by the year 1313 BC, as some 137 after its destructio...

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Abiron

(1450-1489 a.C.)

Young Levite who together with Dathan and Korah rebelled against Moses and Aaron, so the Earth swall...

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Abiru

(ca. 710 a.C.)

(A-bi-ru or ABALE) Nubian Princess, daughter of Kashta, King of Napata, and his wife Pebatma. Abiru ...

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Abisai

(s. XI a.C.)

General Jew who became famous during the reign of David. He slew three hundred men, did flee to thou...

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Abiu

(¿-1490 a.C.)

Levite, son of Aaron, eaten alive by heavenly fire, the year 1490 b.c., by putting profane fire into...

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Ablavio

(¿-350)

Prefect of the praetorium, died in the year 350 A.D. Constantine the great appointed him to Director...

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Alexandr Onísimovich Ablésimov

(1742-1783)

Poet, playwright and Russian journalist, born in Kostroma in 1742 and died in Moscow in 1783. To sig...

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Abner

(s. XI a.C.)

Hebrew name ('the father is luminar') of a Biblical character repeatedly mentioned in the books of S...

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Abner de Burgos o Maestro Alfonso de Valladolid

(ca. 1270-ca. 1340)

Spanish doctor of Jewish origin born at Burgos about 1270 and died to 1340. Converted to Christianit...

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Abon

(¿-250)

Martyr of Persian origin, killed by the Christian faith in the year 250 Rome was under the reign of ...

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Abradato

(525-575)

Governor of the Iranian around the year 550 b.c. he abandoned his Lord, King of Syria, to Ciro, who ...

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Abraham

(ca. 1850 a.C.)

Spiritual Patriarch of three religions, traditionally designated as the first follower and as the fo...

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Abraham-Ben-Dior

(¿-1199)

Spanish Rabbi called Harishn (the eldest), died in 1199. He was born in Toledo and the synagogue in ...

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Abraham Levita Ben Hasday

(s. XII)

The 12th century Spanish Rabbi; translated from the Arabic into Hebrew a piece that looks like an im...

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Abrahán Abulafia

(1240-1291)

Jewish mystic and Kabbalist, born in Zaragoza, which initiated a new orientation of the Kabbalah, Ka...

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Abrahán bar Hiyya

(¿-ca.1136)

Astronomer and mathematician of the King Alfonso I the Battler Jew. It is very likely to be form in ...

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Abrahán Bedersi

(ca.1230-ca.1300)

Jewish poet, born at Béziers around 1230, and died around the year 1300. He spent much of his life ...

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Abrahán Ben Hasday

(s. XII-XIII)

Jewish magnate, poet and translator Spanish, probably born in Barcelona at the end of the 12th centu...

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Abrahán Ben Isaac ha-Leví

(¿-1393)

Expert Jewish rabbinical science, exegete, and liturgical poet, possibly born in Barcelona at the be...

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Abrahán Ben Moisés Ben Maimón

(1186-1237)

Spain hails Jewish jurist and thinker. Only son of Maimonides and, like it, doctor and philosopher, ...

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Abrahán Benveniste

(ca.1406-ca.1454)

Rabbi and Court Jew born in Soria, who dealt, along with Juan Hurtado de Mendoza and Don Álvaro de ...

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Abrahán Bibago

(¿-ca. 1489)

Thinker, translator and Jewish commentator of the works of Aristotle, also known as Abrahán Bivach....

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Abrahán Crescas

(s. XIV)

Jewish cartographer, born in Mallorca. In time the Kings Pedro IV of Aragon and his son Juan achieve...

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Abrahán de Toledo

(s. XIII)

Physician and Jewish translator, named Don Abraham the Alfaquin romance sources. It has been suggest...

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Abrahán de Torrutiel

(1482-?)

Jewish, a native historian of Utiel (Valencia). In 1492, still a child, was forced to leave Spain an...

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Abrahán el Barchilón

(s. XIII)

Court Jew who lived in Toledo, though, as his name suggests, his family came from Barcelona. He held...

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Abrahán ibn Alfacar

(¿-ca.1240)

Rabbi Jewish, Member of a prominent family of Grenadian origin that settled in Toledo after the arri...

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Abrahán ibn Daud

(ca.1110-1180)

Jewish philosopher, born in Córdoba under the Almoravids. In his formative years became familiar wi...

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Abrahán ibn Ezra

(1089-ca. 1164)

Poet, philologist and exegete scientist Jewish, born in Tudela when it was still the city under the ...

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Abrahán ibn Muhayir

(s. XI-XII)

Physician, astronomer and Court Jew, a distinguished Sevillian family and leader of the Jewish commu...

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Abrahán ibn Sahl

(ca. 1212-ca. 1260)

Jewish poet, born in Seville and converted to Islam. Already in his youth won deserved fame with his...

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Abrahán Rimok

(s. XIV)

Teacher and Jewish exegete, born in Barcelona in the middle of the 14th century. His family, fleeing...

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Abrahán Saba

(¿-ca.1508)

Jewish biblical commentator and preacher, Kabbalist, who probably lived in Zamora. His brother was s...

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Abrahán Salom

(¿-1492)

Thinker and Jewish writer, born in Cervera, that the Christian inhabitants of the city elected physi...

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Abrahán Senior

(ca.1412-ca.1493)

Court Jew who played an important role in the administration of the Kingdom of Castile in the second...

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Alejo Abreu

(¿-1630)

Portuguese doctor, died in 1630. He spent nine years in Angola, as a military physician. In 1622 pub...

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