Biographies that begin by the letter: P Approximately 2649 results

Plácido Zurla

(1769-1834)

Venetian Cardinal, antiquarian, prefect of studies at the College of the Propaganda, superior genera...

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Pedro Pablo Aaron de Bistricz

(¿-1760)

Religious of the order of St. Basil and Bishop of Fogaras in Transylvania; in the opinion of Holines...

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Pisaurensis Aaron de Pesaro

(s. XVI)

Italian Rabbi who lived at the end of the 16th century. With the title of generations of Aaron, he l...

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Pedro Aaron

(1480-?)

Religious of the order of the Crosachieri (Crusaders), and Canon of Rimini; born in Florence about 1...

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Pedro Abad Santos

(1875-1944)

Filipino revolutionary politician, born in San Fernando (Pampanga, Luzon province) in 1875 and died ...

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Pedro de Abano

(1257-ca. 1320)

Physician and Alchemist Italian, in latin Petrus de Apono, born in 1257 in Abano and died to 1320 in...

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Pedro Abanuza

(1599-1619)

Spanish scholar, born in Seville in 1599 and died in 1619. He published a review of the decretals wi...

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Pedro de Abarca

(1619-1697)

Theologian and Spanish Jesuit historian born in Jaca (Huesca) in 1619 and died August 23, 1697 in Sa...

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Pedro Abaunza

(1599-1649)

Writer and researcher Spanish, natural of Seville. He is the author of a comment Marcial never given...

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Per Abbat

(ca. s. XII-ca. s. XIII)

Scribe that could live the final years of the 12th century and the beginning of the 13th. His name a...

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Paula Abdul

(1963-VVVV)

American singer of pop-rock born in Los Angeles on June 19, 1963.He began his career as a dancer, an...

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Peter Abelard

(1079-1142)

Better known as Pedro AbelardoFrench theologian and philosopher....

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Pedro Abelardo

(1079-1142)

Philosopher and French theologian, who was a disciple of Roscelino, Guillermo Champeaux and Anselmo ...

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Pascual de Aben Salero

(s. XVI)

Spanish Sage of Moorish, natural origin, Urrea de Jalón, province of Zaragoza, who lived in late 16...

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Patricio Abercromby

(1656-1716)

Scottish historian, born in 1656 and died to 1716. It had been known for its history military in Sco...

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Príncipe de Tiro Abi-Milki

(ca. 1365-1358 a.C.)

(B (y) - mlk or A-bi-mil-ki) Phoenician Prince of tyre, which locked the friendship and relationship...

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Pedro Cristian Abildgaard

(1740-1808)

Physician and naturalist Danish, born in Copenhagen by the years 1740 and died in 1808. He composed ...

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Peter Abrahams

(1919-VVVV)

South African novelist, born in 1919 in Johannesburg. His novels, written in the English language ar...

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Pablo Abraira

(1949-VVVV)

Melodic singer born in Madrid on July 1, 1949.Pablo Abraira was very successful in the second half o...

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Pedro Simón Abril

(1530-1600)

Spanish, born about 1530 in Alcaraz (Albacete) and writer who died around 1595, who was Professor of...

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Patriarca de Constantinopla Acacio

(¿-489)

Patriarch of Constantinople, who died in 489. Mixed in the intrigues of the Court of the Emperor Zen...

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Pedro Accolti

(1487-1549)

Cardinal and Italian Jurisconsult, born in Florence in 1487 and died in the same city in 1549. He wa...

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Plácido Acevedo

(1903-1974)

Puerto Rican composer, born in Aguadilla in 1903 and died in San Juan on February 27, 1974. Their in...

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Peter Ackroyd

(1949-VVVV)

Novelist, critic and biographer British, born in London and educated at the University of Cambridge....

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Pedro de Acuña

(s. XVII)

Governor of the Philippine Islands in times of Felipe II, and conqueror of the Moluccas. He distingu...

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Paul Adam

(1862-1920)

French novelist, born in Paris in 1862, and died in his hometown in 1920. He was a supporter of Barr...

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Pablo Adami

(1739-1795)

Hungarian physician, born in 1759 and died in 1795. It was a long time professor at Vienna, and wrot...

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Pedro Adamoli

(1707-1769)

French antiquarian, born in Lyon in 1707 and died in 1769. He left a very curious collection of manu...

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Patricio Adamson

(1536-1591)

Scottish theologian, born at Pesth in 1536 and died in 1591. He became Archbishop of San Andrés, an...

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Pedro Augusto Adet

(1763-1832)

Chemist and French politician, born in Paris in 1763 and died in 1832. He was Secretary of the first...

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Príncipe de Orange Adhemar de Monteil

(s. VIII-IX)

Prince of Orange, who lived at the end of the 8th century and the beginning of the ninth. He helped ...

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Percy Adlon

(1935-VVVV)

Director, screenwriter, and filmmaker, born in Munich (Germany), in 1935.Life.After first studying i...

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Pilar Adón

(1971-VVVV)

Poet, Narrator, essayist and editor Madrid, born in 1971.Graduated in law from the Universidad Compl...

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Próspero. Dux de Génova Adorno

(¿-1486)

Doge of Genoa, elected in 1461. He died in 1486. He went to the Court of Galeazo Sforza, Duke of Mil...

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Papa y Santo Adriano III

(884-885)

Successor of Marino I, occupied the papal throne of the 884 to the 885. Birth Romano, makes the elev...

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Papa Adriano IV

(1154-1159)

The only English Pope has ruled the Church. He was born in Langley (1100) and died at Anagni (1159),...

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Patriarca de Rusia Adriano

(1630-1702)

Last Patriarch of all Russia, was born in 1630 and died in 1702. When the Tsar decimated the strelit...

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Papa Adriano VI

(1459-1523)

Called Adriano Florensz; He was born in Utrecht (1459) in the midst of a humble family: his father w...

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Pieter Aertsen

(1508-1575)

The 16th century Dutch painter; He was born in Amsterdam in 1508 and died in the same city in 1575. ...

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Payo Enríquez Afán de Ribera

(s. XVII)

Spanish religious born in Seville in 1622 and died at Ávila in 1684. Also known as fray Payo Enríq...

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Prieto Afesa

(s. XVII)

Neapolitan painter, called Pedro de la Basitticat, who lived in the middle of the 17TH century. His ...

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Publio Afranio Potito

(s. I)

Roman courtier, who died of as a result of the arbitrary cruelty of the emperor Caligula. Having off...

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Pedro Agar y Bustillo

(¿-1840)

The Spanish Navy frigate captain, born in Santafe de Bogota in 1764 and died in Madrid on October 2,...

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Pedro Ángel Agario

(s. XVI)

The 16th century physician, disciple de Falopio. He collected a large number of recipes of the ancie...

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Pedro Juan Agier

(1748-1823)

French magistrate, was born in Paris in 1748 and died in 1823. Was Deputy acting at the States-Gener...

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Pedro Francisco Agio de Soldanis

(¿-1760)

Italian archaeologist, who was born on the island of Gozzo in the early eighteenth century and died ...

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Philippe Agostini

(1910-2001)

French Director of photography born in Paris on August 11, 1910 and died in October 2001.He started ...

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Padre Pascual Agramunt

(1688-1738)

Spanish Jesuit, was born in Valencia on May 3, 1688. Wrote Allegatio Theologica phisicopolemica pro ...

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Peter Agre

(1949-VVVV)

American biologist, born on January 30, 1949 in Northfield. It won the prize Nobel Prize in chemistr...

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Pedro Aguado Bleye

(1884-1953)

Spanish historian, who was born in Palencia in 1884 and died in Bilbao in 1953. Special award of Bac...

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P.M. Alejandro Aguado

(s. XVIII)

Friar Spanish basilio, born in Valdemoro. He wrote Spanish politics for more provided remedy of our ...

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Pablo del Águila

(1946-1968)

Spanish poet, born in Granada in 1946 and died in his hometown in 1968. Despite their premature demi...

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Pedro Aguilar

(s. XVI)

Spanish writer of the 16th century, native of Seville. He is the author of a description of the dioc...

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Pedro Aguirre Cerda

(1879-1941)

Politician and Chilean statesman, born in 1879 in the vicinity of Los Andes, and died in 1941. Son o...

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Pascual Agulló y Just

(1800-1876)

Spanish sculptor, born at the beginning of the last century. He was a disciple of Cloostermans. Sept...

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Pedro Ahlwardt

(1710-1791)

German philosopher, who was born in Greiffswald in 1710 and died in 1791. He was Professor of philos...

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Pedro Santos Aillaud

(1759-1826)

French man of letters, born in Montpellier in 1759 and died at Montauban in 1826. It followed an ecc...

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Pierre d' Ailly

(1351-1420)

French theologian, called the Eagle of the doctors of France and the hammer of the heretics. He was ...

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Pierre Akendengué

(1944-VVVV)

It contained controversial born in Port Gentil, Gabon, in 1944. Some consider him to be a politicall...

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Pedro Antonio de Alarcón y Ariza

(1833-1891)

Spanish novelist born in Guadix (Granada) in 1833 and died in Madrid on July 19, 1891.He studied law...

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Pedro Alary

(1689-1770)

French academic, prior of Gournay-sur-Maine, who was born in 1689 and died in 1770. Accused of compl...

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Pedro de Alba y Astorga

(¿-1667)

Franciscan friar and Spanish writer born in date uncertain at Carbajales (perhaps Carbajales de Alba...

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Pedro Albéniz

(1795-1855)

Professor of piano and Spanish organist born in Logroño in 1795. He studied first with his father, ...

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Pedro Francisco Alberghetti

(s. XVII)

Medical and chemical Italian, who lived at the beginning of the 17TH century. He wrote a treatise en...

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P. Jaime Albert

(¿-1638)

Jesuit born in Besalú (Girona) at the beginning of the 17TH century, and his works tells his sermon...

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Pedro Albert

(s. XIII)

Spanish religious. Canon of Barcelona during the 13th century, which left several works in latin and...

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Pedro Albert

(s. XVI)

Spanish jurist of the 16th century. He wrote: Tractatus de consuetudinibus Cathaloniae inter dominus...

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Pablo Martín Alberti

(siglos XVII-XVIII)

Hebrew, Protestant pastor and Professor of literature, sacred in Nuremberg in late 17TH century and ...

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Príncipe de Mónaco Alberto II

(1958-VVVV)

H.S.H. Prince Alberto of MonacoSovereign Prince of Monaco, born March 14, 1958 in the Principality ...

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Palatino de Sajonia Alberto

(1240-1314)

See Alberto, Mardgrave of Thuringia....

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Pablo Albiniano de Rojas

(1584-1666)

Spanish Jesuit, born in Valencia in 1584 and died in his hometown in 1666. He was Professor at the U...

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Pedro Constante Albinio de Villanova

(s. XVII)

Astrologer and chemist, that he wrote a work entitled astrological magic, hoc est Clavis sympathio s...

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Pedro Albinus

(¿-1598)

Poet and German historian, who was born in Saxony and died the year 1598. He was a Professor of poss...

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Pedro Albizu Campos

(1891-1965)

Patriot and Puerto Rican politician, born in Ponce on September 12, 1891 and died in San Juan on Apr...

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Pedro Ángel de Albizu

(s. XIX)

Spanish architect, whereby the data concerning the place and date of birth and death are unknown.Fir...

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Pedro Albizzi

(s. XIV)

Head of the Guelph party of Florence. He formed time-lapse di Castiglinchio and Carlos Strozzi the t...

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Pablo Alboni

(?-1730)

Landscape painter, who was born in Bologna at the end of the 17TH century, and died in 1730. Stayed ...

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Pablo Alborno

(1877-1958)

Paraguayan painter born in 1877 and died in 1958. He studied at the Paraguayan Institute of Asunció...

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Pedro Alcántara de Toledo y Salm-Salm

(1773-1841)

Politician Spanish and grande of Spain, 13th Duke of Infantado, born in Madrid in 1773 and died in t...

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Pedro Alcántara Herrán

(1800-1872)

Military, politician and diplomat, known as "Herran", born in Bogotá on October 19, 1800 and died o...

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