Biographies that begin by the letter: K Approximately 1867 results

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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King ofl Ponto Ariobarzanes II

(¿-337 a.C.)

King of Pontus, son of Mithridates I, which happened in 363 BC, and reigned until his death in the 3...

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King of Capadocia Ariobarzanes III

(¿-42 a.C.)

Son of Ariobarzanes II, King of Cappadocia, who died in the year 42 BC César forgave the support le...

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King ofl Ponto Ariobarzanes III

(¿-240 a.C.)

King of Pontus, son of Mithridates III, who died around the year 240 BC he/she and his father made A...

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King of Calcis Aristóbulo

(s. I)

Grandson of Aristobulus and son of Herod, King of Chalcis; He/She lived in the first century of the ...

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King of Esparta Aristón

(s.VI a.C.)

King of Sparta, who succeeded his father Agasicles the year 560 b.c. and reigned for fifty years bel...

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Karole Armitage

(1950-VVVV)

Dancer, choreographer and American artistic director born in Madison (Wisconsin) on March 3, 1954. H...

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Karan Armstrong

(1941-VVVV)

Karan ArmstrongAmerican soprano, born in Dobson (mountain) on December 14, 1941.He began his musica...

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Klas Arnoldsson

(1844-1916)

Journalist and Swedish politician born in Gothenburg on October 27, 1844 and died in Stockholm on Fe...

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Karin von Aroldingen

(1941-VVVV)

Dancer, teacher and teacher of American ballet of German origin, born in Greiz on September 9, 1941....

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King of Esparta Arquelao

(s. IX a.C.)

King of Sparta, son of Agesilaus I, who lived in s. 9th BC; He/She was the eighth King of the race o...

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King of Macedonia Arquelao

(413-399 a.C.)

King of Macedonia, natural son of Perdiccas, seized the throne by murdering his father and brothers....

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Kenneth J. Arrow

(1921-VVVV)

American economist, born in New York on August 23, 1921, winner of the Nobel Prize in economics in 1...

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King of Armenia Arsaces I

(s. I)

It was placed on the throne of Armenia by his father Artaban, King of the Parthians, after the death...

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King of Partia Arsaces I

(s. III a.C.)

Founder, as believed, of the monarchy of babies who lived in the 3rd century BC in the time of Antio...

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King of Partia Arsaces II

(s. III a. C.)

Brother of Arsaces I; He/She fought victoriously in 243 b.c. against Seleucus Callinicus, son of Ant...

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King of Persia Arses

(338-335 a.C.)

King of Persia, son of Artaxerxes III and Queen Atossa. After poisoning his father, machining by the...

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King of Armenia Artabaces I o Artavasde

(s. I a. C.)

King of Armenia, son of Tigranes II; It made Alliance with the Romans in 54 BC, at the time of the e...

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King of Persia Artajerjes I

(465-424 a.C.)

(Artakhshatra or Arthasastha or Artaxerxes) King Persian Achaemenid, Xerxes I's son and successor of...

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King of Persia Artajerjes II

(404-358 a.C.)

(Artakhsatra or Arthasastha or Artaxerxes) Persian King Achaemenid, son and successor of Darius II, ...

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King of Persia Artajerjes III

(358-338 a.C.)

(Artakhsatra or Arthasastha or Artaxerxes) Persian King Achaemenid, son and successor of Artaxerxes ...

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King of Mitanni Artatama I

(ca. 1410-1375 a.C.)

(Ar-ta-ta (a) - ma or Ar-ta-ta-to-mash) King of Mitanni, son of Shaushshatar and grandfather of Tush...

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King of Hurri Artatama II

(ca. 1350 a.C.)

(Ar-ta-ta-to-mash) King of the Hurri, son of Shuttarna II and brother of Artashshumara and Tushratta...

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King ofl Bósforo Asandro

(107-14 a.C.)

King of the Bosporus in the Chersonesus Tauri, born in the year 107 and died in 14 BC It was general...

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King of Asiria Asar-Haddon

(s. VIII a.C.)

King of Assyria, son and successor of Sennacherib, for the years of 712 b.c. It has been considered ...

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Karl Albert Ludwig Aschoff

(1866-1942)

German physician born on January 10, 1866 in Berlin and died on June 24, 1942 in Freiburg. Notable p...

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King of Persia Ascraf

(s. XVIII)

Second King of the dynasty of the Afghan, usurpers of the throne of Persia, that prevailed at the be...

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King of Asiria Asharid-apil-Ekur

(ca. 1075-1074 a.C.)

(Asha-rid-apil-E-kur) King of Assyria, son and successor of Tiglath-pileser I. Asharid-APAL-Ekur, co...

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King of Tiro Ashtarymos

(ca. 898-889 a.C.)

(shtrt m or Astharumos) Phoenician King of tyre. He/She was the brother and successor of Methonastar...

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King of Asiria Assarhaddón

(681-669 a.C.)

(Ash-shur-akh-iddina or ASH-shur-PAP-ASH) Assyrian king, son and successor of Sennacherib and Naqi' ...

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King of Asiria Assur-bel-kala

(1073-1056 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-in-ka-la or ASH-Ashur-bel-ka-la) Assyrian king of the Middle Empire, son of Tiglath-pilese...

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King of Asiria Assur-bel-nisheshu

(1417-1409 a.C.)

(Ash-Ashur-bel-curujey-shu or A-sur-EN-ni-she-shu) Assyrian king, son and successor of Ashur-nirari ...

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King of Asiria Assur-dan I

(1178-1133 a.C.)

(A-shur-da-a-an) Assyrian king, son and successor of Ninurta-APAL-Ekur, known by the actual lists an...

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King of Asiria Assur-dan II

(934-912 a.C.)

(A-shur-dan-an) Assyrian king, who initiates the so-called new empire of such Mesopotamian power. He...

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King of Asiria Assur-dan III

(772-755 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-dan-an) King of Assyria, brother and successor of Shalmaneser IV. The decline of the Empir...

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King of Asiria Assur-etil-ilani o Assur-etil-ilani-ukinni

(630-627 a.C.)

(ASH-e-til-An or ASH-shur-NIR.GAL-AN) Assyrian king, son and successor of Assurbanipal, who to occup...

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King of Asiria Assur-nadin-akhkhe I

(ca. 1450 a.C.)

(A-Shur-na-DIN-a-Khe or A-shur-na-din-SHESH.MESH) Assyrian king of the so-called old empire, son and...

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King of Asiria Assur-nadin-akhkhe II

(ca. 1401-1391 a.C.)

(A-Shur-na-DIN-a-Khe or A-shur-na-din-SHESH.MESH) Assyrian king of the so-called old empire, son and...

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King of Asiria Assur-nadin-apli

(1206-1203 a.C.)

(Ash-shur-is-A) Assyrian king of the Middle Empire, son of Tukulti-Ninurta I, who snatched the thron...

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King of Babilonia Assur-nadin-shumi

(699-694 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-MU-MU or ASH-shur-na-din-MU) King of Babylon from the 9th dynasty (Assyrian domain), eldes...

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King of Asiria Assur-nasirpal

(1207-1206 a.C.)

(Ashur-na-sir-apli or HI-na-sir-A) Assyrian king, son of Tukulti-Ninurta I. According to the Assyria...

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King of Asiria Assur-nasirpal I

(1050-1031 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-PAP-go-A or Ashur-nasir-aplu) King of the Middle Assyrian Empire, son and successor of Sha...

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King of Asiria Assur-nasirpal II

(883-859 a.C.)

(ASH-Ashur-nasir-aplu or ASH-PAP-A) Assyrian king of the new Kingdom, son and successor of Tukulti-N...

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King of Asiria Assur-nirari

(1548-1522 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-na-ra-ri or Ashir-neither-ra-ri) Assyrian king, son of Ishme-Dagan II and successor of his...

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King of Asiria Assur-nirari II

(1424-1418 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-na-ra-ri or Ashir-neither-ra-ri) Assyrian king, son and successor of Enlil-nasir II. His n...

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King of Asiria Assur-nirari III

(1203-1197 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-na-ra-ri or Ashir-neither-ra-ri) Assyrian king, son and successor of Ashur-nadin-apli, who...

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King of Asiria Assur-nirari IV

(1018-1013 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-na-ra-ri or Ashir-neither-ra-ri) Assyrian king, son and successor of Shalmaneser II and gr...

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King of Asiria Assur-nirari V

(754-745 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-na-ra-ra or Ashir ni-ra-ri) Assyrian king, third son of Adad-nirari III , and successor of...

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King of Asiria Assur-rabi I

(ca. 1473 a.C.)

(A-shur-GAL) Assyrian king of the so-called old empire, son of Enlil-nasir I. Ashur-rabi I might not...

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King of Asiria Assur-rabi II

(1012-972 a.C.)

(A-shur-GAL) Assyrian king of the so-called Empire, successor of Ashur-nirari IV, who was his nephew...

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King of Asiria Assur-resha-ishi I

(1132-1115 a.C.)

(A-shur-SAG-i-shi) King Assyrian called Middle Empire, son and successor of Muttakil-Nusku, and docu...

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King of Asiria Assur-resha-ishi II

(971-967 a.C.)

(As-shur-SAG-ishi) Assyrian king of the so-called average rule, son and successor of Ashur-rabi II. ...

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King of Asiria Assur-rim-nisheshu

(1409-1401 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-RAM-a-shu) Assyrian king of the Empire, successor to his father, Ashur-bel-nisheshu, who v...

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King of Asiria Assur-shaduni

(ca. 1473 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-Hindi-u-ni) Assyrian king, known only by the Assyrian Royal Chronicle, which picks it up a...

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King of Asiria Assur-Uballit I

(1363-1328 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-U-bal-lit) Assyrian king, son and successor of Eriba-Adad I. Ashur-uballit I starts the Mi...

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King of Asiria Assur-uballit II

(611-609 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-U-bal-lit) The name of the last King of Assyria took an Assyrian official who was proclaim...

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King of Asiria Assurbanipal

(668-631 a.C.)

(Ash-shur-ban-aplu or ASH-shur-KAK-A) Fourth Assyrian ruler of the dynasty founded by Sargón II inc...

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King of Media Astiages

(585-550 a.C.)

(Ishtuwegu or Afstyages or Astyages) Last mede King, son and successor of Cyaxares, with whom he/she...

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King of Persia Asuero

(s. V a.C.)

(Assueros or Ahashresh or Ahaswerosh) King of Media and Persia under whose reign are all the events ...

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King of Urkish Atal-Shenni

(ca. 2100 a.C.)

(A-tal-shen-ni) King protohurrita of Urkish (Tell Amuda, Syria high), contemporary of the Akkad dyna...

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King of Pérgamo Atalo I

(269-197 a.C.)

King of Pergamon, born in year 269 and died in the year 197 BC He/She was successor of Eumenes I, hi...

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