Biographies that begin by the letter: K Approximately 1867 results

King of Amurru Abdi-Ashirta

(ca. 1400-1360 a.C.)

(Abdi-a-shi-go-ta or Abdi-ash-ra-ta) King of the País de Amurru, which, although nominally it was p...

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King of Shashhimi Abdi-Milki

(ca. 1365 a.C.)

(Ab-di-mil-ki) King of Shashhimi (city to be located in the southern part of Damascus [Syria]) under...

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King of Sidón Abdi-Milkot

(681-676 a.C.)

(Bdmlkt) Phoenician King of Sidon, successor of Itthobaal I. After the assassination of the Assyrian...

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Kader Abdolah

(1954-VVVV)

Iranian Narrator, born in 1954. After being forced to leave their country for political reasons in 1...

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

(1947-VVVV)

American basketball player whose real name is Lewis Alcindor. Exceeded in many respects to Wilt Cham...

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Kham Khanan Abdul Rahyn

(1555-1627)

Diplomat and Mughal wise. It provided important services to the Emperor Akbar in different negotiati...

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King of Arabia Saudita Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

(1924-VVVV)

King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Bin Abdulrahman Bin Faisal Bin Turki Bin Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud,...

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King of la taifa de Arcos Abdun

(ca. 1005-1053)

King of the taifa of Arcos (Cadiz), born about 1005 and died in 1053.Abdun had Berber origin and bel...

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Kjeld Abell

(1901-1961)

Danish playwright born in Ribe (Jutland) August 25, 1901 and died in Copenhagen on March 5, 1961. Di...

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King of Edesa Abgaro V

(ca. 33 d.C.)

Arab King of Edessa (Syria), called the black. A legend of the third century of our era and some ins...

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King of Tiro Abi-Baal

(ca. 990-970 a.C.)

(B, (and) b l or A-bi-ba - to or Abibalos) Phoenician King of tyre, father of the also King Hiram I,...

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King of Biblos Abi-Baal

(ca. 950 a.C.)

(A-bi-ba - a or B (and) b l) Phoenician King of Byblos (Jbeil), successor of Yehimilk. He/She sculpt...

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King of Samsimuruna Abi-Baal

(ca. 680 a.C.)

(A-bi-ba - a or B (and) b l) King of the city of Samsimuruna (Amurru?), within the area of Phoenicia...

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King of Babilonia Abi-eshukh

(1711-1684 a.C.)

(A-bi-e-your-ukh or A-bi-shi or E-bi-shum) Eighth King of the first dynasty of Babylon (amorrean dyn...

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King of Israel Abimelek

(s. XII a.C.)

(Abmlk or Abimelech) King of Israel. Son of Gideon and one of his concubines, became King in Shechem...

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King of Babilonia Abirattash

(1674-1655 a.C.)

(A-bi-rat-tash or A-bi-ru-ut-tash) Fifth King of the 3rd dynasty of Babylon (cassita), successor of ...

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King of Larsa Abisare

(1905-1895 a.C.)

(A-bi-sa-re-e) Sixth King of the dinatia of Larsa, era paleobabyllonican, successor of Gungunum. Abi...

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Karl Abraham

(1877-1925)

German and prominent psychologist collaborator of Sigmund Freud, conducted a review of its work on t...

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King of la taifa de Valencia Abu Bakr Ibn Abd al-Aziz

(ca. 1050-1085)

Valencia taifa King born about 1050 and died 6 June 1085. His reign was developed in a relative peac...

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King of la taifa de Toledo Abú Bakr Yais ibn Muhammad

(¿-1028)

First King of the taifa of Toledo, born in date unknown and died in Calatayud in 1028.Yais was Qadi ...

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King of la taifa de Murviedro Abú Isa Ibn Lubbun

(s. XI)

King of the taifa of Murviedro (Sagunto), who lived in the 11th century.Muladi origin, was a pious a...

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King of la taifa de Córdoba Abu l-Hazm Yahwar

(ca. 1000-1043)

King of the taifa of Córdoba, born around the year 1000 and died August 6, 1043 in Cordoba. He/She ...

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King of la taifa de Toledo Abú Muhammad Ismail

(ca.990-1043)

King of the taifa of Toledo, born to 990 and died in 1043. His full name was Abú Muhammad Ismail ib...

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King of la taifa de Valencia Abul Hassan Abdel Aziz

(1007-1061)

King of the taifa of Valencia and founder of the amiri dynasty, born to 1007 and died in January of ...

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King of Israel Acab o Ajab

(874-853 a.C.)

(Ahab or Achab) Seventh King of Israel, second of the dynasty of Omri. Son of Omri and married to th...

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King of Egipto Acoris

(¿-374 a.C.)

King of Egypt, died in the 374 BC succeeded Neferen and coligó 388 BC with Evagoras, King of Cyprus...

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King of Esparta [hijo de Cleómenes] Acrotato

(s. IV)

Eldest son of Cleomenes II, King of Sparta. He/She reigned at the beginning of the 4th century BC he...

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King of Esparta [nieto de Cleómenes] Acrotato

(s. III a.C.)

Grandson of the eldest son of Cleomenes II, who ascended the throne of Sparta 268 BC as a youngster,...

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King of Etiopía Actisanes

(XIV a.C.)

The King of Ethiopia who dethroned Amenhotep, King of Egypt, and brought in his hand both sceptres. ...

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King of Babilonia Adad-apla-iddina

(1068-1047 a.C.)

Eighth King of the fourth dynasty of Babylon (Isin dynasty II), that ruled 22 years, according to th...

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King of Asiria Adad-nirari I

(1305-1274 a.C.)

(IM-not-ra-ri) Fourth King of the so-called middle Assyrian Empire, successor of Arik-den-ili. Adad-...

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King of Asiria Adad-nirari II

(911- 891 a.C.)

(IM-not-ra-ri) Assyrian king, son and successor of Ashur-dan II. With Adad-nirari II consolidated th...

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King of Asiria Adad-Nirari III

(810-783 a.C.)

(Im-not-ra-ri). Assyrian king, son and successor of Shamshi-Adad V. Since he/she was underage when h...

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King of Babilonia Adad-shum-Iddina

(1224-1219 a.C.)

(IM-MU-be-na) Thirty first King of the dynasty of Babylon (cassita) III, successor to Kadashman-Khar...

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King of Babilonia Adad-Shum-Usur

(1216-1187 a.C.)

(Adad-shum-usur or Adad-MU.SHESH or ADAD-SHUM-NASIR) Thirty second King of the third dynasty of Baby...

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Karl Adam

(1876-1966)

German Catholic theologian and historian of dogma, born in Pursruck (Bavaria) on October 22, 1876, a...

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King of Nukhashshe Addu-Nirari

(ca. 1360 a.C.)

(A-ad-du-ni-ra-ri) King of Nukhashshe, country South of Aleppo (Syria) under the authority of Egypt ...

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King of Suecia Adel

(s. VI)

King of Sweden of the 6th century. Having married a sister with Jermerico, King of Denmark, was accu...

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King of East Anglia Adelwaldo

(¿-664)

King of East Anglia, successor of Ethelrico in 645. He/She died in 664....

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Konrad Adenauer

(1876-1967)

Politician and German statesman born in Cologne, Germany, on January 5, 1876, and died on April 19, ...

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King of Egipto Adjib

(ca. 2995 a.C.)

(Adj-ib or (n) dj-ib) Egyptian King of the first dynasty tinita, son of Den. Manetho called him Nieb...

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Kurt Erbert Adler

(1905-1988)

Director of Orchestra Austrian, naturalized American, born in Vienna on April 2, 1905 and died in Ro...

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Kurt Adler

(1907-1977)

Czech conductor, later naturalized American, born in Neuhaus (Czech Republic) on March 1, 1907 and d...

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King of Shian Adoni-Baal

(ca. 860 a.C.)

(A-du-ni-ba - to the) King of Shian (or Siyan), in the Northwest of Syria, which formed part of the ...

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King of Israel Adonías

(ca. 1050 a.C.)

(Adonyyahu) Fourth son of King David of Israel and his wife Haggit, born in Hebron. To be appointed ...

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King of Besech Adonibezec

(¿-1630 a.C.)

King of Besech in the land of Canaan, who died in 1630 BC He/She was a powerful and cruel Prince tha...

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King of la taifa de Almería Aflah

(ca. 970-1014)

King of the taifa of Almeria born to 970 and died in Almeria in July 1014. Between 1010 and 1014 he/...

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Karim Aga Khan IV

(1936-VVVV)

Political and spiritual leader of the nizaritas, born in Geneva (Switzerland) on December 13, 1936 (...

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King of Esparta Agesilao I

(445-361 a.C.)

King of Sparta, who was born the year 445 and died in 361 b.c. gave battle unto the Greeks and seize...

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King of Babilonia Agum I

(1726-1705 a.C.)

(A-gu - um) Second King of the dynasty of Babylon (cassita) III, who succeeded to the throne his fat...

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King of Babilonia Agum II Kakrime

(ca. 1592-1549 a.C.)

(A-gu - ka-ak-ri-me um) Ninth King of the 3rd dynasty of Babylon (cassita). He/She was son of Urzigu...

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King of Babilonia Agum III

(1473-1434 a.C.)

(A-gu - um) Tenth fourth King of the 3rd dynasty of Babylon (cassita). He/She was son of Kashtiliash...

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King of Egipto Aha

(ca. 3125-3095 a.C.)

(Akha or Mn) First King of the first dynasty Egyptian tinita, successor and such time son of Narmer....

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King of Biblos Ahiram o Ahirom

(ca. 1000-990 a.C.)

(hrm) Phoenician King of Byblos (Jbeil), best known for a famous sarcophagus discovered in 1923 and ...

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King of la taifa de Alpuente Ahmed Adud al-Dawla

(¿-1043)

Third King of the taifa of Alpuente, belonging to the family of the Banu Qasim, son of Muhammad I. B...

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King of la taifa de Zaragoza Ahmed al-Mustansir

(ca. 1090-ca. 1146)

Last little King of the taifa of Zaragoza, born about 1090 and died to 1146.The death of Abd al - Ma...

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King of la taifa de Zaragoza Ahmed al-Mustasin

(ca.1060-1110)

King of the taifa of Zaragoza, born about 1060, and died January 24, 1110 in the battle of Valtierra...

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King of la taifa de Silves Ahmed ibn Yarah

(¿- ca. 1060)

King of the taifa of Silves, which almost all biographical details are unknown. Ignored the dates an...

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King of la taifa de Almería Ahmed Muizz al-Dawla

(ca. 1060-ca. 1102)

King of the taifa of Almeria born about 1060 and who probably died in the first years of the 12th ce...

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King of Egipto Ahmose o Ahmosis I

(1552-1527 a.C.)

(Iah-ms [w]) Founder of the 18th Egyptian dynasty, called Ahmose by Manetho. He/She was the youngest...

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King of Croacia Aimón de Saboya-Aosta o Tomislav II

(1900-1948)

Noble and Italian politician. He/She was born in Turin on March 9, 1900 and died in Buenos Aires (Ar...

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King of Biblos Ainel

(ca. 335 a.C.)

(L o Enulos Yn) Phoenician King of Byblos (Jbeil). In 332 B.c. put its fleet in the service of the P...

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Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz

(1890-1963)

Philosopher and epistemologist Polish born in Tarnopol in 1890 and died in Warsaw in 1963.He made hi...

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King of Egipto Aka o Kare

(ca. 2770 a.C.)

(Aa-Ka or Ka-Ra) Egyptian King of the second dynasty, consigned the sixth according to the real Turi...

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King of Arakhati Akiya

(ca. 1370 a.C.)

(A-ki-ja) King of Arakhati, a regional centre to the North of Syria, Qatna and Niya. Next Akit-Teshu...

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Konstantín Seguéyevich Aksakov

(1817-1860)

Critic and essayist Russian, born in Orengburgo in 1817, and died on the island of Zante (Greece) in...

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King of Sumer Akurgal

(2464-2455 a.C.)

(A-kur-gal) Fifth Sumerian King in the first dynasty of Lagash, son of Ur-Nanshe and Abda. It is unk...

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King of la taifa de Carmona Al-Aziz al Mustazhir

(s. XI)

Last King of the taifa of Carmona, who lived in the 11th century. With him disappeared the independe...

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King of Granada Al-Hakam o Alhakem II

(915-976)

Second Umayyad Caliph of Al - Andalus (961-976), son of Abd al-Rahman III, born November 20, 915 in ...

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King of la taifa de Málaga Al-Hassan ibn Yahya

(ca. 1025-1042)

King of the taifa of Malaga born about 1025 and died in Malaga in December of 1042. His reign was sh...

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King of la taifa de Sevilla Al-Mutadid

(1016-1069)

King of the taifa of Seville born in 1016 and died February 7, 1069. Under his rule the Sevillian re...

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King of la taifa de Silves Al-Muzaffar

(¿-1051)

Third King of the taifa of Silves, born on date unknown and died in 1051. He/She served the power fr...

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King of la taifa de Algeciras Al-Qasim II

(ca. 1010-?)

King of the taifa of Algeciras born about 1010 and Almeria died in date unknown. His short reign was...

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King of Wilusa Alakshandush

(ca. 1300 a.C.)

King of the country of Wilusa, a small Kingdom of Arzawa, in Asia minor. He/She was vassal of the Hi...

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King of Bretaña Alano II

(¿-638)

Called the long, son and successor of Judicaël I, he/she occupied the throne at the age of thirty-t...

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King of Kush Alara

(780-760 a.C.)

(Alr) Seventh King of Kush and the real founder of the Egyptian kushite dynasty (the 25th). This cha...

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King of Bélgica Alberto Leopoldo I

(1875-1934)

King of Belgium (1909-34), nephew of King Leopold II and son of Felipe, count of Flanders, and of th...

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King of Esparta Alcamenes

(s. VII a.C.)

King of Sparta, 747 years before J. C. ended the war they are, and began that of Messenia. Attribute...

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King of Épiro Alcetas

(s. III a.C.)

King of Epirus by the 3rd century BC gave battle unto Casandro, son of Antipater, and died at the ha...

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Kurt Alder

(1902-1958)

German chemist born in Konigshutte (the current Polish city of Chorzów) on July 10, 1902 and died i...

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