Biographies that begin by the letter: Q Approximately 200 results

Queen of Caria Ada

(s. IV a.C.)

Queen of a part of Caria, Asia minor province, in 344 BC. To the news of the approach of Alejandro M...

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Queen of Egipto Ahhotep II o Iah-hotep II

(ca. 1590 a.C.)

(Iah-htpo) The King's daughter Senakhtenre, the 17th Dynasty Egyptian, and Queen Tetisheri, sister a...

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Querubín Alberti

(1552-1615)

Italian painter of history and recorder to the engraver, who was born in 1552 and died in 1615. Know...

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Queen of Israel Alejandra Salomé

(76-67 a.C.)

(Alexandra Shaloma or Salma or Salina) Hasmonean Queen in Israel. It was the first wife of Aristobul...

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Queen of Francia Ana de Bretaña

(1477-1514)

Queen of France and Duchess of Brittany, Nantes born 25 January 1477 and died 9 January 1514 at Bloi...

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Qazvini Aref

(1882-1934)

Iranian poet, born in Qazvin in 1882 and died in 1934. Although he adopted the pseudonym of Qazvini ...

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Quintiliano Aristides

(s. II)

Greek musician who probably lived in the 2nd century. He wrote a treatise on music in three books, w...

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Quinto Arrio

(s. I a. C.)

Roman praetor, who lived towards the year 72 BC defeated Crixo, one of the heads of Spartacus, killi...

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Queen of Egipto Arsinoe I

(300-270 a.C.)

Queen of Egypt, daughter of Arsinoe and the King Lysimachus of Thrace, whose Alliance with Egypt was...

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Queen of Egipto Arsinoe II

(316-270 a.C.)

Queen of Egypt, daughter of Ptolemy I and Berenice I. Very young his other wife was married to Lysim...

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Queen of Egipto Arsinoe III

(235-204 a.C.)

Queen of Egypt, daughter of Ptolemy III and Berenice II. Arsinoe III was a cultivated woman, great c...

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Queen of Chipre Arsinoe IV

(41 a.C.)

Queen of Cyprus, daughter of Ptolemy XII and Cleopatra VI and sister of Cleopatra VII. During fights...

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Queen of Caria Artemisa II

(s. IV a.C.)

The Queen of Caria in the 4th century BC, whose capital was Halicarnassus. It is famous for the monu...

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Quinto Asconio Pedano

(ca. 3-88)

[Philology]Grammarian and the first century AD Roman scholar, author of comments to speeches of Cice...

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Queen of Asiria Assur-sharrat

(ca. 670 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-sha-rra-at) Assyrian Queen, wife of Assurbanipal, known for the famous relief of the "Banq...

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Queen of Judá Atalía o Atalya

(842-836 a.C.)

(Atalyah (u) or Athalia) Queen of Judah. Daughter of Ahab, King of Israel, and the tiria Jezebel, wa...

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Quinto Atta

(s. I a. C.)

Latin poet, author of togadas comedies (fabulae togatae), in which the characters and themes are pur...

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Queen of Pafos Axiotea

(s. IV a.C.)

Woman of Nicocles, King of Paphos (Cyprus), which lived 310 BC Upon learning that her husband had gi...

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Quintín Banderas y Betancourt

(1834-1906)

Military and Cuban revolutionary, born in Santiago de Cuba in 1834 and died in combat in September 1...

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Queen of Egipto Berenice I

(ca. 340-275 a.C.)

(Brnykt or Pherenike) Queen of Egypt, third wife of Ptolemy I, which had ties of kinship. Berenice I...

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Queen of Egipto Berenice II

(ca. 273-221 a.C.)

(Byrnykt or Pherenike) Queen of Egypt, daughter of Magas, King of Cyrene and Arsinoe. Berenice II ma...

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Queen of Navarra Blanca de Artois

(¿-1302)

Queen of Navarre. The count of Artois and niece of Luis IX of France's daughter. He married Enrique ...

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Queen of Francia Blanca de Borgoña

(1296-1325)

Queen of France, born in 1296 and died in 1325, at Maubuisson. Daughter of Otto IV, count of Burgund...

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Queen of Francia Blanca de Castilla

(1188-1252)

Queen of France by her marriage to Luis VIII, born 4 March 1188 in Palencia and died in France, at a...

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Queen of Aragón Blanca de Nápoles

(¿-1310)

Queen of Aragon born date unknown and died October 14, 1310 in Barcelona. She was the daughter of th...

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Queen of Navarra Blanca I

(1385-1441)

Queen of Navarre and Countess of Nemours. Daughter of Carlos III the Noble and Leonor de Trastámara...

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Quinto Bonoso

(s. III)

Roman soldier, born in Spain of French parents. He had singular ownership of drinking excessively wi...

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Quint Buchholz

(1957-VVVV)

Painter and German artist born in Stolberg (Rhineland-Palatinate) in 1957. It is one of the world mo...

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Quinto Fusco Caleno

(?-41 a. C.)

General and consular Roman character died the year 41 b.c. He was Tribune of the year 61, praetor on...

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Quique Camoiras

(1928-2012)

Spanish comic actor, born in Madrid in 1928 and died in Boadilla del Monte (Madrid) on March 1, 2012...

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Quirino Campofiorito

(1902-1993)

Painter, designer and graphic Illustrator Brazilian, critic of art and teacher, born in Belém (PA) ...

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Queen of Chipre Carlota de Lusiñan

(?-1847)

Queen of Cyprus, daughter of the King Juan III. He was first married with Juan in Portugal and then ...

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Queen of Portugal Carlota Joaquina

(1775-1830)

Queen of Portugal and Brazil born in 1775 in Madrid and died in 1830 in the Royal Palace of Queluz. ...

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Queen of Inglaterra Carolina

(1683-1737)

Queen Consort of England from 1727 until his death, married to Jorge II. Born 1 March 1683 at Ansbac...

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Queen of Gran Bretaña Cartimandua

(50-?)

Queen of people from Great Britain, who lived in the time of Emperor Claudio. He was born the year 5...

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Queen of Inglaterra Catalina de Aragón y Castilla

(1483-1536)

Princess Spanish and Queen Consort of England born in Alcalá de Henares (Spain) December 15, 1485 a...

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Queen of Navarra Catalina de Foix

(1470-1517)

Queen of Navarre born in 1470 and died in 1517. She was the daughter of Gastón de Foix, Prince of V...

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Quinto Tulio Cicerón

(102-43 a. C.)

Brother of Marco Tulio Cicerón born in 102 and died at 43 before J. C.; He was praetor, Governor of...

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Quinta Claudia

(s. II a.C.)

The 2nd century BC Roman Lady When the statue of Cibeles is led from Pesinunta to Rome, ran aground ...

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Queen of Egipto Cleopatra I

(204-176 a.C.)

(Kleopatra or Qlwptrt) Queen of Egypt, daughter of Antiochus III the great of Syria. Cleopatra I was...

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Queen of Egipto Cleopatra II

(185-116 a.C.)

(Kleopatra or Qlwptrt) Queen of Egypt, daughter of Ptolemy V and Cleopatra I. In 175 BC he married h...

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Queen of Egipto Cleopatra III

(155-101 a.C.)

(Kleopatra or Qlwptrt) Queen of Egypt, daughter of Ptolemy VI and Cleopatra II. Through her marriage...

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Queen of Egipto Cleopatra IV

(¿-112 a.C.)

(Kleopatra or Qlwptrt) Queen of Egypt, daughter of Ptolemy VIII and Cleopatra III. Cleopatra IV was ...

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Queen of Épiro Cleopatra

(s. IV a.C.)

Queen of Epirus, daughter of Philip of Macedon and Olimpia, and sister of Alejandro Magno. Married i...

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Queen of Mauritania Cleopatra

(40 a.C.-?)

Queen of Mauritania, daughter of Cleopatra and Antonio, born in the year 40 B.c. It was taken to Rom...

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Queen of Siria [hija de Tolomeo Filometor] Cleopatra

(¿-120 a.C.)

Queen of Syria, daughter of Tolomeo Filometor married Alejandro Bala, and then Demetrio Nicator, who...

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Queen of Egipto Cleopatra V

(¿-69 a.C.)

(Kleopatra or Qlwptrt) Queen of Egypt, daughter of Ptolemy VIII and Cleopatra III, sister of Cleopat...

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Queen of Egipto Cleopatra VI

(57 a.C.)

(Kleopatra or Qlwptrt) Queen of Egypt, known as Trifena. It was daughter of Ptolemy IX and a concubi...

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Queen of Egipto Cleopatra VII

(69-30 a.C.)

(Kleopatra or Qlwptrt) Egyptian Queen, daughter of Ptolemy XII and Cleopatra VI, and woman of extrao...

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Queen of Aragón y Sicilia Constanza

(¿-1298)

Queen of Aragon and Sicily, daughter of Manfred, King of Sicily and his heir, died at Rome in 1298. ...

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Quinto [padre] Cornificio

(s. I a. C.)

Roman State man who lived in the 1st century BC He was Tribune of the people in the year 68, and one...

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Quinto [hijo] Cornificio

(?-40 a.C.)

Son of fifth Cornificius, statesman, died the year 40 b.c. In the civil war between Pompey and Césa...

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Quentin Crawford

(1743-1819)

English writer who was born in 1743 and died in 1819. After enrich themselves in India through trade...

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Queen of Suecia Cristina I

(1626-1689)

Queen of Sweden, born in Stockholm in 1626 and died in Rome in 1689. Daughter of Gustavo Adolfo II a...

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Quinto Claudio Cuadrigario

(s. I a.C.)

Roman historian of the immediate aftermath of Sila. In accordance with his more pragmatic spirit, Qu...

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Quinto Curcio Rufo

(s. I d.C.)

Imperial period Latin historian, author of a famous story of Alejandro Magno.LifeHas it been discuss...

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Queen of Hatti Dadu-Khepash

(ca. 1370 a.C.)

(Da-du-khe-pash) Great Queen of Hatti, wife of King Suppiluliumas i. survived her husband, but could...

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Queen of Serbia Draga Lunjewitza

(1867-1903)

Queen of Serbia, born in Gornji Milanovac (Serbia Centre) in September 1867 and died on June 11, 190...

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Quince Duncan

(1940-VVVV)

Professor of the University of Costa Rica. In his work we find collections of tales like a song in t...

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Queen of Francia Edgiva

(s. IX)

Queen of France, daughter of Eduardo I of England and wife of Carlos III of France, called Simple. B...

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Queen of Inglaterra Edita

(s. XI)

Queen of England, daughter of Earl Godwin and Gita, Princess Danish. The Confessor, King of England ...

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Queen of Polonia Elena

(1460-1513)

Queen of Poland, Grand Duchess of Lithuania. Born in 1460 in Moscow and died in Vilnius in 1513. His...

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Quinto Elio Leto

(s. II)

Prefect of praetorium in Rome in the second century of the Christian era. He did kill the Emperor Co...

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Queen of Francia Emma o Emina

(s. X)

Queen of France, daughter of Lothair II, King of Italy and wife of Lothair, King of France; also cal...

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Queen of Germania Emma

(¿-876)

Queen of Germania, died in Frankfurt in the year 876. It was Spanish, and was married to Luis the Ge...

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Queen of Holanda Emma

(1858-1934)

Queen Regent of the Netherlands born in Arolsen, Germany, on August 2, 1858, and died in the Hague, ...

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Quinto Ennio

(239-169 a.C)

Latin poet. He was born at Rudiae, current Rugge (Calabria), and died in Rome. It belonged to the Ro...

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Queen of Provenza Ermengarda

(855-?)

Provence Queen born in 855. She was the daughter of the Emperor Luis II, and married Boson, brother-...

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Quinto Mucio [abuelo] Escévola

(s. III a.C.)

Roman jurist who lived towards the III century BC enjoyed great reputation and was praetor in Sardin...

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Quinto Mucio Escévola

(s. I a.C.)

Grandson of fifth Mucius Scaevola, who became famous as orator, Jurisconsult and as captain. He obta...

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Queen of Persia Esther

(s. VI a.C.)

Hebrew who lived in the 6th century BC She was the niece of Mordecai, a together that lived in Susa,...

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Queen of Egipto Euridice

(s. IV a.C.)

Queen of Egypt, daughter of Antipater and wife of Tolomeo Lago, lived in the 4th century BC had thre...

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Queen of Macedonia Euridice

(s. III a.C.)

Queen of Macedonia, Lysimachus and wife of Antipater II, who lived to 296 a. C. Lysimachus married h...

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Quinto Fabio Máximo

(275 a.C.-203 a.C.)

General and Roman statesman, born in the year 275 BC and died in 203 BC, who was nicknamed Verrucosu...

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Quinto Máximo Alobrógico Fabio

(s. II a.C.)

Roman general, son of fifth maximum Emiliano, surnamed Alobrogico; lived to 125 BC. He was elected c...

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Quinto Máximo Gurges Fabio

(¿-270 a.C.)

Roman general, who died about 270 BC. Its excesses were being given the nickname of Gurges or glutto...

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Quinto Vibulano Fabio

(s. V a. C.)

General and Roman statesman, son of Marco Vibulanus, who lived in the 5th century BC. It was the onl...

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Queen of Bélgica Fabiola de Mora y Aragón

(1928-VVVV)

Queen Consort of Belgium, born in Madrid on June 11, 1928, baptized as Fabiola Fernanda María de Vi...

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Quinto Sosio Falcon

(s. II)

State man Roman, who lived in the 2nd century; He belonged to a distinguished family, he possessed a...

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Queen of Portugal Felipa de Lancaster

(1359-1415)

Queen of Portugal born in England in 1359 and died 18 July 1415 in Portugal. Daughter Juan of Ghent,...

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