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Cassini

Cassini surname Oleg Cassini 1913-2006, American fashion designer Cassini family: Jacques Cassini 1677–1756, French astronomer, son of Giovanni Domenico Cassini Alexandre Henri Gabriel de Cassini 1781–1832, French botanist and naturalist, son of ...

Duke of San Miguel

Duke of San Miguel is a hereditary title in the peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1625 by Philip IV to Juan Gravina, Vicar general of Spanish Sicily. The title became vacant for more than 200 years until Franc ...

Robert Arbuthnot

Robert Arbuthnot or Arbuthnott may refer to: Robert Arbuthnot, 1st Viscount of Arbuthnott bef. 1625 –1655 Sir Robert Dalrymple Arbuthnot, 6th Baronet 1919–1944, see Arbuthnot baronets Robert Arbuthnot Ceylon c. 1761–1809, British soldier and dipl ...

Count of Villada

Count of Villada is a hereditary title in the peerage of Spain, granted in 1625 by Philip IV to Enrique Pimentel, a Spanish statesman who was son of the 2nd Marquess of Tavara.

Li Dan

Li Tan died 757, Tang prince Emperor Ruizong of Tang 662–716, 2-time Tang emperor, known as Li Dan from 678 to 690 Li Siyuan 867–933, Later Tang emperor, known as Li Dan from 927 to 933 Li Dan gymnast born 1988, female Chinese trampoline gymnast ...

Heneage Finch

Heneage Finch may refer to: Heneage Finch, 3rd Earl of Winchilsea 1628–1689 Heneage Finch, 1st Earl of Nottingham 1621–1682, son of Sir Heneage Finch Heneage Finch, 4th Earl of Aylesford 1751–1812, artist and politician Heneage Finch, 2nd Earl of ...

William Bates

William Bates may refer to: William Bates Emmerdale, fictional character on ITV soap opera Emmerdale William Bates Quaker died 1700, founder of Newton Colony, the third English settlement in West New Jersey William Penn Bates 1879–1956, American ...

William Chapman

William Chapman MP for Arundel, in 1416, Member of Parliament MP for Arundel William Chapman MP for Athboy, MP for Athboy William Chapman MP for Bath fl. 1626, MP for Bath Bill Chapman politician 1910–1971, Australian politician and member of the ...

Chateauguay

Chateauguay / Chateauguay Chateauguay, suburb of Montreal Chateauguay River, flowing in New York State and South-West of Quebec province Chateauguay Valley Chateauguay River, a tributary of the Caniapiscau River, in Nord-du-Quebec, Quebec, Canada ...

Samuel Clark

Samuel Clark New York and Michigan politician 1800–1870, American politician from New York and Michigan Sam Clark born 1987, Australian actor and singer-songwriter Samuel Reed Clark 1826–?, American politician from Wisconsin Samuel M. Clark 1842– ...

Francis Scott

Francis Scott may refer to: Francis Cunningham Scott 1834–1902, British Army officer Francis George Scott 1880–1958, Scottish composer Francis Scott British politician 1806–1884, British politician Francis Scott, 2nd Earl of Buccleuch 1626–1651, ...

Elizabeth Murray

Elizabeth Murray may refer to: Elizabeth Murray, Countess of Dysart in her own right and Duchess of Lauderdale by marriage 1626–1698, British noblewoman Elizabeth Leigh Murray 1815–1892, English actress Elizabeth Carey social activist married nam ...

John Smythe

John Smythe MP for Richmond died 1599/1600, MP for Richmond John Smythe High Sheriff of Kent, MP for Aylesbury and Hythe John Smythe MP for Buckingham c.1599–1640, MP for Buckingham, 1626

Oberburg

Oberburg may refer to: the upper ward of a medieval castle in German-speaking countries Places German name of Gornji Grad Slovenia, a village in Lower Styria Oberburg, Waltenhofen, village in the municipality of Waltenhofen, Oberallgau, Bavaria O ...

Richard Adams (disambiguation)

Richard Adams was an English novelist, author of Watership Down and The Plague Dogs. Richard Adams may also refer to: Richard Adams Traidcraft born 1946, British fair-trade organisation founder Richard Adams inventor born 1954, inventor of variou ...

La Laguna (disambiguation)

San Juan La Laguna San Marcos La Laguna La Laguna, Arizona La Laguna, Chalatenango Pajares de la Laguna La Laguna, Veraguas, Panama San Pablo La Laguna Comarca Lagunera, in Mexico Santa Clara La Laguna San Cristobal de La Laguna, a.k.a. La Laguna ...

Charles Best

Charles Best may refer to: Charles Best American football 1874–1962, American college football and basketball coach Charles Best army officer 1765–1836, British army officer Charles Best poet 1570–1627, English poet Charles Best politician 1909–1 ...

William Ball

William Ball may refer to: William Ball MP fl. 1571, MP for Nottingham William Ball footballer 1886–1942, English footballer William Ball skier 1908–1979, Canadian skier and Olympic competitor William L. Ball born 1948, American, former US Navy S ...

William Cockburn

William Cockburn may refer to: William Cockburn ice hockey 1902–1975, Canadian ice hockey player William Cockburn cavalry officer died 1683, Royalist Scottish cavalry officer who led operations against Covenanter leaders in Ayrshire and Galloway ...

Tianming (disambiguation)

Tianming may refer to: Mandate of Heaven 天命, traditional Chinese philosophical concept concerning the legitimacy of rulers Tianming, Shaanxi 天明, a town in Chenggu County, Shaanxi, China

Friedland

Pravdinsk Friedland in OstpreuSen, called Friedland 1917-1945

David Erskine

David Erskine may refer to: David Charles Erskine 1866–1922, British Member of Parliament for West Perthshire, 1906–1910 David Erskine rugby player born 1969, former Irish international rugby union player David Erskine WS 1740-1791 founder member ...

William Savage (disambiguation)

William Savage printer 1770–1843, English printer and engraver William H. Savage, member of the California legislature William Savage 14th century MP, for City of York William Savage MP for Appleby, born before 1368, MP for Appleby in 1395 Willia ...

Malpighian corpuscle

There are at least two anatomical structures called a Malpighian corpuscle. They are also known as: White pulp, splenic lymphoid nodules, or white nodules - follicles in the white pulp of the spleen, containing many lymphocytes Renal corpuscles - ...

Piazza Virgiliana, Mantua

The Piazza Virgiliana is an oblong shaped park in the center of Mantua, region of Lombardy Italy. It spans from a circumvailling Piazza Virgilliana street, fed from Piazza dei Filipinni by Via Virgilio, and stretching northwest towards Lago di Me ...

Thomas Hogg

Thomas Hogg may refer to: Thomas Elisha Hogg 1842–1880, teacher, lawyer, and educator, brother of Jim Hogg and uncle of Ima Hogg Thomas Egenton Hogg 1828–1898, Confederate naval officer and Oregon railroad promoter Thomas Hogg MR&LE 1808–1881 ...

Westover

Russ Westover 1886–1966, American cartoonist Harry Clay Westover 1894–1983, United States federal judge Oscar Westover 1883–1938, United States Army major general, fourth chief of the United States Army Air Corps Tara Westover born 1986, American ...

Philip Howard

Philip Howard may refer to: Philip Howard journalist 1933-2014, British journalist Philip Howard cardinal 1629–1694, English Roman Catholic cardinal Philip Howard died 1686 c. 1631–1686, English soldier and politician Philip K. Howard born 1948, ...

Ewen Cameron

Ewen MacAllan Cameron, 10th Chief, see Chiefs of Clan Cameron Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel 1629–1719, 17th Chief Ewen Beag Cameron of Lochiel, 14th Chief, see Chiefs of Clan Cameron

Samuel Stephens

Samuel Stephens may refer to: Samuel Stephens junior c.1768–1834, Member of Parliament for St Ives 1806–1812 and 1818–1820, son of the above Samuel Stephens senior 1728–1794, Member of Parliament for St Ives 1751–1754 Samuel Stephens North Caroli ...

Henry Somerset

Henry Somerset may refer to: Henry Somerset, 9th Duke of Beaufort 1847–1924, British peer and son of the 8th Duke of Beaufort Henry Somerset, 2nd Duke of Beaufort 1684–1714, only son of Charles Somerset, Marquess of Worcester Henry Somerset, 2nd ...

Governor Wood

Governor Wood may refer to: George Tyler Wood 1795–1858, 2nd Governor of Texas Roger Wood governor died 1654, Governor of Bermuda from 1629 to 1637 Leonard Wood 1860–1927, Governor-General of Cuba from 1899 to 1902 and Governor-General of the Phi ...

Emperor Alexius

Emperor Alexius or Alexis may refer to: Alexios V died 1205, Alexios Doukas Mourtzouphlos, Byzantine emperor Alexios III Angelos 1153–1211, Byzantine emperor Alexios IV Angelos 1182–1204, Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos 1048–1118, Byzantine ...

Ransom H. Thomas

Ransom Halloway Thomas was an American banker who served as president of the New York Stock Exchange during the Panic of 1907.

The Blackberries

The Blackberries were a female vocal trio composed of experienced backing vocalists. They backed various artists, including Pacific Gas & Electric, Humble Pie, Ringo Starr, and Pink Floyd. The Blackberries recorded for Motowns West Coast subsidia ...

John Kent

John Kent died 1413, MP for Reading John Kent Newfoundland politician 1805–1872, premier of Newfoundland John Kent MP for Bedford, MP for Bedford John Kent died 1669 c. 1612–1669, English politician, MP for Devizes John Kent died 1630 1559–1630, ...

William Bruce

William Bruce may refer to: William Blair Bruce 1859–1906, Canadian painter William Bruce Canadian politician died 1838, physician and politician in Upper Canada William Bruce cricketer 1864–1925, Australian cricketer William Napier Bruce 1858–19 ...

Robert Weaver

Robert Weaver may refer to: Robert Weaver editor 1921–2008, Canadian editor and broadcaster Robert Weaver illustrator 1924–1994, American illustrator Bob Weaver footballer 1912–?, English footballer Robert Weaver MP 1630–1687, British Member of P ...

Munday

Anthony Munday 1560–1633, English dramatist Kade Munday born 1983, Australian cricketer Jim Munday born 1917, Australian rules footballer Pat Munday, American environmentalist and writer John Mundy composer c.1550–1630, English Renaissance compos ...

John Walter

John Walter may refer to: John Walter filmmaker born 1966, director of How to Draw a Bunny and Theater of War John Walter publisher 1738–1812, founder of The Times newspaper, London John Walter third 1818–1894, his son, editor of The Times John W ...

Edward Phillips (disambiguation)

Edward Phillips was an English author. Edward Phillips may also refer to: Eddie Phillips musician born 1942, British musician Major General Sir Edward Phillips, World War II General and medical officer Eddie Phillips pinch runner 1931–2010, Major ...

William Manning

William Manning may refer to: William Manning Australian politician 1903–1986, member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia William Montagu Manning 1811–1895, Australian politician William V. Manning 1868–1921, American architect Willi ...

Pommern (disambiguation)

Pommern is the German language name for Pomerania, a historical region divided between Germany and Poland. Pommern may also refer to: Swedish Pomerania, a Dominion under the Swedish Crown from 1630 to 1815, situated on what is now the Baltic coas ...

Mantuan Ghetto

The Jewish community in Mantua rose to prominence under the rule of the Gonzaga; documents date at least their presence to the 12th century. By the start of the 17th-century, they putatively numbered over 2.000 individuals and accounted for nearl ...

Sir William Williams

Sir William Williams may refer to: Sir William Williams, 1st Baronet, of Vaynol died c. 1630 Sir William Williams, 2nd Baronet, of Clapton c. 1730 –1761 Member of Parliament for New Shoreham 1758–1761 Sir William Williams, 1st Baronet, of Kars 18 ...

William Pope

William Pope may refer to: William Pope, 1st Earl of Downe 1573-1631 William Jackson Pope 1870–1939, English chemist William Henry Pope U.S. politician 1847–1913, Texas state senator William Pope.L born 1955, American performance artist William P ...

Treaty of Fontainebleau

Treaty of Fontainebleau may refer to: Treaty of Fontainebleau October 1807, a treaty between Spain and France about the occupation of Portugal Treaty of Fontainebleau 1631, a treaty between Bavaria and France during the Thirty Years War Treaty of ...

Breitenfeld

Breitenfeld may refer to: two battles that were fought there during the Thirty Years war Breitenfeld, Leipzig, a northwestern suburb once an outlying village and crossroads 4 miles 6.4 km outside of Leipzigs curtain walls) on the plain of Leipzig ...

William Handcock

William Handcock may refer to: William Handcock Westmeath politician c. 1631–1707, Irish MP for Westmeath 1661–1666, 1703–1707, Athlone 1692–1699 William Handcock 1676–1723, Irish MP for Athlone 1703–1714, Westmeath 1721–1723 William Handcock 173 ...

Pietro Corvaja

Pietro Corvaja is an Italian mathematician working in Diophantine geometry. He is a professor of geometry at the University of Udine.