Biographies that begin by the letter: K Approximately 1867 results

King of Aragón Alfonso III

(1265-1291)

King of Aragon, born in 1265 and died in 1291. He/She was the son of Pedro III the great, who was su...

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King of Portugal Alfonso III

(1210-1279)

King of Portugal, known as the reformer, born May 5, 1210 in Coimbra and died February 16, 1279. Und...

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King of Aragón Alfonso IV

(1299-1336)

King of Aragon, count of Urgell and Barcelona, known by the nickname of the benign. He/She was born ...

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King of Portugal Alfonso IV

(1270-1357)

King of Portugal, called the Bravo, son and successor of Dionis. He/She was born in 1270 and died in...

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King of Aragón y Nápoles Alfonso V

(1396-1458)

Aragon (Alfonso V, 1416-1458) and King of Naples and Sicily (Alfonso I, 1435-1458), born probably in...

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King of Portugal Alfonso V

(1432-1481)

King of Portugal, called the African born in the Palace of Sintra in 1432 and died on August 28, 148...

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King of Portugal Alfonso VI

(1643-1683)

King of Portugal Lisbon-born August 21, 1643 and died September 12, 1683 in Sintra. It was an incapa...

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King of Inglaterra Alfredo

(848-899)

King of England, surnamed the great, from the Saxon, famous for his vast knowledge and race by refor...

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King of la taifa de Denia Alí Iqbal Ad-Dawla

(1009-1081)

Taifa King of Denia, born in Denia in 1009 and died in Zaragoza in 1081. Under his reign Denia devel...

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Kirstie Alley

(1955-VVVV)

Actress and producer of American cinema, born on January 12, 1955 in Wichita (Kansas).LifeHe studied...

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Klas Alstroemer

(1736-1796)

Swedish botanist, born in 1736 and died in 1796. He/She toured several towns in Europe, starting wit...

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Kai Althoff

(1966-VVVV)

Painter and German sculptor born in 1966 in Cologne.The debut of his work came in 1991 with the exhi...

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King of Sumer Amar-Sin

(2046-2038 a.C.)

(Die - no or die - Zu-in) Third King neosumerio of the third dynasty of Ur, son and successor of Shu...

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King of Egipto Amasis

(570-526 a.C.)

(Iah-msiw) Fifth King of the twenty-sixth Egyptian dynasty (saita), usurped the throne to Apries who...

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King of Chipre Amauri II de Lusiñan

(1144-1205)

King of Cyprus and Jerusalem, born about the year 1144 and died in 1205; by marriage to Isabel, wido...

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King of Babilonia Amel-Marduk

(562-560 a.C)

(Mulu-Amar.Ud or Evil-Merodach) Third King of the dynasty of Babylon X (Chaldean dynasty), son and s...

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King of Egipto Amenemhat I o Ammenemes I

(1994-1964 a.C.)

(Imn-m-hat) Egyptian King, founder of the twelfth dynasty, called Ammenemes by Manetho. Ignored who ...

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King of Egipto Amenemhat II

(1932-1895 a.C.)

(Imn-m-hat) Third King of the 12th dynasty Egyptian, son and successor of Senusret I, who in the las...

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King of Egipto Amenemhat III

(1842-1797 a.C.)

(Imn-m-hat) Sixth King of the 12th dynasty Egyptian, son and successor of Senusret III. With Amenemh...

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King of Egipto Amenemhat IV

(1800-1790 a.C.)

(Imn-m-hat) Seventh King of the 12th dynasty Egyptian, son of Hetepti and Amenemhat III, with whom h...

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King of Egipto Amenemhat V

(ca. 1750 a.C.)

(Imn-m-hat) Second King of the 13th Egyptian dynasty, successor to the throne, to a few Egyptologist...

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King of Egipto Amenemhat VI

(ca. 1740 a.C.)

(Imn-m-hat) Fifth or seventh King of the 13th dynasty Egyptian, son of Intef and successor of Iufni ...

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King of Egipto Amenemhat VII

(ca. 1730 a.C.)

(Imn-m-hat) 13th or 15th King of the 13th dynasty Egyptian, successor HorI. Amenemhat VII, whose nam...

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King of Egipto Amenemope o Amenemipet

(993-984 a.C.)

(Imn-m-ipt) Fourth King of the twenty-first dynasty Egyptian, son and successor of Psusennes I, who ...

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King of Egipto Amenmesses o Amenmes

(1204-1200 a.C.)

(Imn-ms-sw) Fifth or sixth King of the nineteenth Egyptian dynasty, successor of Merneptah and who u...

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King of Egipto Amenofis I o Amenhotep I

(1527-1506 a.C.)

(Imn-htpw) Second King of the 18th Egyptian dynasty, Amenhotep called by Manetho. Son and successor ...

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King of Egipto Amenofis II o Amenhotep II

(1438-1412 a.C.)

(Imn-htpw) Seventh King of the 18th Egyptian dynasty, son and successor of Thutmosis III and Queen H...

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King of Egipto Amenofis III o Amenhotep III

(1402-1364 a.C.)

(Imn-htpw) Ninth King of the 18th Egyptian dynasty, son and successor of Thutmosis IV and Queen Mute...

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King of Egipto Amenrudj II

(734-731 a.C.)

(Imn-rwdjw or Rwdjw-Imn) King of the high Egypt during riots that were raised at the end of the XXII...

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King of Galacia Amintas

(¿-30 a.C.)

King of the Galacia (province of Asia minor), who died around the year 30 BC, was formerly Secretary...

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King of Egipto Amirteo

(404-398 a.C.)

(Imn-go-di-s) The only King of the 28TH Egyptian dynasty. Amyrtaeus in Egyptian Imenirdis, was the g...

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Konrad von Ammenhausen

(s. XIII-XIV)

Poet and Monk German, born at the end of the 13th century or at the beginning of the 19th. In 1337 h...

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King of Babilonia Ammi-ditana

(1683-1647 a.C.)

(Am-mi-di-ta-na) Ninth King of the first dynasty of Babylon (amorrean dynasty), son and successor of...

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King of Babilonia Ammi-saduqa

(1646-1626 a.C.)

(Am-mi-sa-du-qa) Tenth King of the first dynasty of Babylon (amorrean dynasty), successor of Ammi-di...

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King of Ugarit Ammistamru I

(ca.1375 a.C.)

(Amttmr or Am-my-is-tam-ru) King of Ugarit (Ras Shamra), known for a letter from the time of Amarna ...

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King of Ugarit Ammistamru II

(ca. 1270-1230 a.C.)

(Amttmr or Am-my-is-tam-ru) King of Ugarit (Ras Shamra), son of King Niqmepa and Akhat-Milki II, Que...

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King of Ugarit Ammurapi

(ca. 1215 -1195 a.C.)

(Am-mu - ra-pi) Last King of Ugarit (Ras Shamra), apparently without connection to the dynasty that ...

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King of Israel Amri

(¿-918 a.C.)

King of Israel, in the 10th century before J. C.; Writing praise its value, even though it condemns ...

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King of Egipto Amu

(ca. 1598 a.C.)

(Amw) King hicso of the Egyptian dynasty XVI documented by some escarabeos. Apparently, only control...

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King of Alba Amulio

(s. VIII a.C.)

King of Alba, tenth descendant of Ascanio, who lived in the 8th century BC; he/she usurped the Crown...

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King of Egipto Anather

(ca. 1615 a.C.)

(Ant-Hr) Egyptian King of the 16th dynasty (Hyksos), documented only by a scarab which indicates it ...

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King of Esparta Anaxandro

(s. VII a.C.)

Fourteenth King of Sparta, of the dynasty of the Agidas, reigned from year 685 to the 668 before J. ...

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King of Roma Anco Marcio

(641-616 a.C.)

Fourth King of Rome, nicknamed the Constructor. He/She was elected by the people, and confirmed by t...

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Kevin Anderson

(1960-VVVV)

Film actor born in Gurnee (Illinois, United States), on 12 January 1960.LifeBorn in a small town nea...

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Keith Andes

(1920-2005)

Film actor American born on July 12, 1920 in New Jersey and died by suicide on November 11, 2005 in ...

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King of Atenas Androcles

(s. XI a.C.)

Son of Codro, King of Athens, which led towards 1050 before J. C. a colony of Ionians to Asia minor....

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King of los merenios Androcles

(¿-740 a.C.)

Son of Fisitas and King of the merenios, died in 740 before J. C. divided the throne with his brothe...

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Ken Annakin

(1914-2009)

British film director, born in Beverly (Yorkshire) on August 10, 1914 and died on April 22, 2009.Lif...

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Kofi Annan

(1938-VVVV)

Ghanaian, born in Ghana in 1938, politician who took office as the UN Secretary general instead of t...

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King of Alshe Antaratli

(ca. 1380 a.C.)

King of Alshe, country located in the birth of the Euphrates, which allied itself with the Hittite K...

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King of los judíos Antígono

(80-35 a.C.)

King of the Jews, was born the year 80 B.c. and died the year 35 of the era. It was the last of the ...

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King of Cilicia Antíoco I

(¿-227 a.C.)

King of Cilicia, named Hierax or Vulture; He/She was the son of Antiochus II, King of Syria, and was...

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King of Comagene Antíoco I

(¿-36 a.C.)

King of Commagene, region between the Euphrates and the monte Tauro small. He/She had wars against T...

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King of Siria Antíoco I

(325-261 a.C.)

King of Syria, called Soter, or Saviour; He/She was born around the year 325 and died towards the 26...

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King of Comagene Antíoco II

(¿-29 a.C.)

King of Commagene, died in the year 29 before J. C. reigned shortly and had to defend the throne aga...

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King of Siria Antíoco II

(300-246 a.C.)

King of Syria, called Theos or God, son of Antiochus I and Stratonice; It was born around the year 3...

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King of Comagene Antíoco III

(¿-17 a.C.)

King of Commagene, died in the year 17 before J. C.; It is not known the date of his coming; It is b...

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King of Mesenia Antíoco

(¿-744 a.C.)

Son of feints, King of the mesenios, was founded 800 years before J. C., and died in 744. Reigned fo...

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King of Siria Antíoco V

(s. II a.C.)

King of Syria, called Eupator or Noble; He/She was the son of Antiochus IV and ascended the throne i...

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King of Siria Antíoco XII Dionisio

(¿-84 a.C.)

King of Syria born on date and location unknown, and died in the year 84 BC in struggle against the ...

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King of Macedonia Antipatro

(296-292 a.C.)

King of Macedonia, grandson of Antipater, second son of Casandro and Tesalonice, sister of Alejandro...

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Karl Otto Apel

(1923-VVVV)

German philosopher of language, born in Düsseldorf and Professor at the University of Frankfurt, ha...

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King of Mari Apil-kin

(ca. 2126-2091 a.C.)

(A-pil-kin) King of Mari (Tell Hariri, in Syria), where he/she acted as shakanakku (Governor) on the...

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King of Babilonia Apil-Sin

(1830-1813 a.C.)

(A-pil-Sin or A-pil-EN.ZU) Fourth King of the first dynasty of Babylon (amorrean dynasty), son and s...

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King of Egipto Apofis o Aaqenenre

(ca. 1594 a.C.)

(Ipp or Ippi) Fourth or fifth King probably the 15th dynasty Egyptian (hics), called Apophis by Mane...

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Karel Appel

(1921-2006)

Dutch expressionist painter, one of the founders of the Cobra group, born on April 25, 1921 in Amste...

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King of Egipto Apries

(589-570 a.C.)

(Wah-ib-Ra or Haa-ib-Ra) Fourth King of the twenty-sixth Egyptian dynasty (saita), son and successor...

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King of Karana y Qattara Aqba-Khammu

(ca. 1780 a.C.)

(Aq-ba-kha-mu) King of Karana and Qattara (today Tell al - Rimah, not far from Mosul, in Iraq), smal...

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King of Persia Aquemenes

(ca. 700-675 a.C.)

(Hakhamanish or Achaimenes) Considered founder of the lineage of the Achaemenid King, from which der...

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King of Ugarit Ar-Khalba

(ca. 1335-1330 a.C.)

(Ar-kha-el-la-bu) King of Ugarit (Ras Shamra), eldest son and successor of Niqmadu II. AR-Khalba was...

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King of Urartu Aramu

(ca. 860-844 a.C.)

(A-ra-mu or A-ra-me) First King of Urartu, known by the Assyrian sources from the time of Shalmanese...

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King of Armenia Ardaches I

(?-95 a.C.)

First King of Armenia of the dynasty of the Arsacidas, called Ardasches or Valarsan, which occupied ...

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King of Macedonia Argeo

(s.VII a.C.)

King of Macedonia, son and successor of Perdiccas I, who took over in the year 618 BC reigned for th...

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King of Urartu Argishti I

(ca. 786-764 a.C.)

(Ar-gis - tu o Ar-gish-te) King of Urartu, son and successor of Menua and grandson of Ishpuini. Argi...

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King of Urartu Argishti II

(714-685 a.C.)

(Ar-gis - tu o Ar-gish-te) King of Urartu, son and successor of Russian I. His reign is known by a f...

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King of Persia Ariarmnes

(ca. 670 a.C.)

(Ariyamna or Ariaramnes) Persian King of the lineage of Achaemenid, son of Teispes, King of Anshan (...

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King of Asiria Arik-den-ili

(1318-1306 a.C.)

(A-RI-IK-di-en-an or A-ri-ik-di-en-ilu) Third King of the so-called middle Assyrian Empire, son and ...

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King of Capadocia Ariobarzanes I

(s. I a.C.)

King of Cappadocia, who lived in the 1st century BC; It was allied of the Romans, thrown from his th...

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King ofl Ponto Ariobarzanes I

(s.V a.C.)

King of Pontus who lived in the 5th century BC; He/She was delivered by his son Mithridates to the K...

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King of Capadocia Ariobarzanes II

(s. I a.C.)

King of Cappadocia, son of Ariobarzanes I, who lived in the first century BC; is the restoration of ...

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