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Arthur Chichester (disambiguation)

Arthur Chichester, 1st Baron Chichester was an English administrator and Lord Deputy of Ireland Arthur Chichester may also refer to: Arthur Chichester, 4th Baron Templemore 1880–1953 Arthur Chichester, 1st Marquess of Donegall 1739–1799 Arthur Ch ...

John Hyde

John Richard Hyde 1912–2003, Canadian provincial politician John Hyde MP for Hereford, in 1563, MP for Hereford John Hyde Irish politician, UK MP for the Irish constituency of Youghal 1820–1826 John Hyde Australian federal politician born 1936, f ...

Diomedes (disambiguation)

Diomedes of Thrace, king of Thrace in Greek mythology Mares of Diomedes, legendary man-eating horses Diomedes, a hero of the Trojan War and king of Argos in Greek mythology Captain Diomedes, a character in the video games Warhammer 40.000: Dawn o ...

The Forge of Vulcan (Vasari)

The Forge of Vulcan or Vulcans Forge is a c.1564 oil on copper painting by Giorgio Vasari, now in the Uffizi in Florence. A 1565-1567 copy by Pier Candido is now in Windsor Castle as part of the Royal Collection. Influenced by the Medici court un ...

Ilaya

Ilaya is one of the interior barangays in the Dapitan City, in the province of Zamboanga del Norte. It is located 15.8 km south from Dapitan City proper along Dapitan river. It has a land area of 1.839.75 hectares and a population of 3.123 people ...

Prabhupad

Prabhupad is a Bengali word originated from the language Sanskrit meaning, an honorary title or, a title used before the name of Vaishnava religious teachers. Since Medieval Bengali literature period "prabhupad" means lotus feet of Srī Caitanya M ...

Thomas Murray

Thomas Murray Australian politician 1885–1969, member of the New South Wales Legislative Council Thomas Templeton Murray 1891–1966, New Zealand politician Thomas B. Murray 1938–1998, Wisconsin State Assemblyman Thomas Murray Jr. 1770–1823, United ...

Edward Hutchinson

Edward Hutchinson may refer to: Edward Hutchinson mercer c. 1564–1632, mercer in Lincolnshire, England; father of five New England immigrants Edward Hutchinson Hollyoaks, fictional character in the UK soap opera Eddie Hutchinson born 1982, footba ...

Chamier

Chamier may refer to: George Chamier 1842–1915, New Zealand engineer and novelist Edwina Chamier, Canadian skiing champion, wife of Adrian Chamier Frederick Chamier 1796–1870, novelist Daniel Chamier 1564–1621, minister of religion in France Coul ...

Thomas Morton

Thomas Morton may refer to: Thomas Morton bishop 1564–1659, Bishop of Durham and Chester in the 17th century Thomas Morton playwright 1764–1838, British playwright Thomas Lewis Morton 1846–1914, English-born farmer and politician in Manitoba, Can ...

Belgioioso

Belgioioso or Belgiojoso may refer to: Giovan Giacomo Barbiano di Belgioioso 1565 - 1626, military commander in Habsburg service Belgioioso, Lombardy, a town in Lombardy, Italy Ludovico, Count di Belgiojoso 1728 - 1801, Austrian diplomat and Lieu ...

Alexander Barclay (apothecary)

Alexander Barclay was an apothecary in Edinburgh. Barclay provided drugs and medicines for the Scottish royal family and their physicians John Naysmyth, Gilbert Primrose, and Martin Schoner. Barclay was established as an apothecary and burgess of ...

Vicar of Bray

Vicar of Bray may refer to: Simon Aleyn, probably the original of the song, as Vicar of Bray, Berkshire, until he died in 1565 The Church of England vicar of St Michaels Church, Bray in Berkshire, England The Vicar of Bray film, a 1937 film set i ...

Magenta (disambiguation)

Magenta comics, a DC Comics character, enemy of the Flash Magenta film Magenta Norwegian band, an alternative rock group Magenta English band, a folk rock group Magenta, a character from Blues Clues "Magenta" The Flash, an episode of The Flash Ma ...

John Ingram

John Ingram may refer to: John Ingram engineer 1924–2015, New Zealand engineer and businessman John R. Ingram businessman born 1961/1962, American heir, businessman and philanthropist. John Kells Ingram 1823–1907, Irish poet and scholar John W. I ...

Antonio Ricci (painter)

He came to Spain in 1583, along with several other painters accompanying Federico Zuccaro, to perform decorative work at El Escorial. After six months, they were all dismissed, but he decided to remain there. In 1588, he married Gabriela de Chave ...

Quiros (disambiguation)

Quiros or Quiros may refer to: Quiros, Catamarca, village and municipality in Catamarca Province, in Argentina USS Quiros PG-40, a United States Navy gunboat in commission from 1900 to 1904, from 1904 to 1908, and from 1910 to 1923 which previous ...

Haymaking (disambiguation)

Haymaking is the process of hay production and harvest. Haymaking may also refer to: Haymaking, a painting by Henry George Hine Haymaking, an 1860 painting by Peter Paul Marshall "Haymaking", an episode of the television series Teletubbies "Hayma ...

John Borthwick

John Borthwick may refer to: John Borthwick footballer born 1964, English footballer John Borthwick, 8th Lord Borthwick died 1623 John Borthwick veterinary surgeon 1867–1936, veterinary surgeon in the Cape Colony, South Africa Jack Borthwick foot ...

Time-activity curve

In medical imaging, a time-activity curve, as the name suggests, is a curve of radioactivity plotted on the y-axis against the time plotted on the x-axis. It shows the concentration of a radiotracer within a region of interest in an image, measur ...

William Cecil

William Cecil may refer to: William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Exeter 1566–1640, Knight of the Garter William Cecil, 17th Baron de Ros 1590–1618, Baron in the Peerage of England William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury 1591–1668, Knight of the Garter William ...

Volterra (disambiguation)

Volterra may refer to the following: Vito Volterra 1860–1940, an Italian mathematician Volterra, a town in Italy Volterra Semiconductor, an American semiconductor company Daniele da Volterra 1509–1566, an Italian painter Volterra crater, a lunar ...

Saint Juliana

Saint Juliana of Liege 1193–1252, also known as St. Juliana of Mt. Cornillon Sts. Juliana and Semproniana are martyrs associated with the legend of Saint Cucuphas Julian of Norwich 1342–1416, one of the greatest English mystics Juliana Holszanska ...

Margaret Beaton

Margaret Beaton, Lady Reres was a courtier and companion of Mary, Queen of Scots. Margaret Beaton was a daughter of John Beaton of Creich, Keeper of Falkland Palace and Jane Hay, a daughter of the Provost of Dundee. Mary Beaton, one of Mary, Quee ...

Bremen (disambiguation)

New Bremen, New York Bremen, Maine Bremen, Georgia Bremen, Ohio Bremen, Kansas Bremen, Indiana New Bremen, Ohio Bremen, Kentucky Bremen Township, Cook County, Illinois Bremen, Alabama Bremen, North Dakota Bremen Township, Pine County, Minnesota

The Librarian

The Librarian may refer to: The Librarian Discworld, a character from the Discworld novels The Librarian: Return to King Solomons Mines, a 2006 made-for-TV movie, sequel to Quest for the Spear The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice, a 2008 mad ...

Nicasius Russell

Nicasius Russell was a jeweller who worked in London for James I, Anne of Denmark, and Charles I. Nicasius Russell, or Nicaise Roussel, was born in Bruges and came to London in 1567 or 1573. He had family connections with Isaac Oliver and Marcus ...

William Charlton

William Andrew Charlton 1841–1930, Canadian politician William Charlton Wisconsin politician 1831–1908, American farmer and politician William Charlton died 1567, MP for Shropshire

Nicolas Elphinstone

Nicolas Elphinstone was a Scottish courtier and diplomatic messenger. Master Nicolas or Nicoll Elphinstone worked for James Stewart, Regent Moray and was involved in attempts to sell the jewels and pearls of Mary, Queen of Scots in 1567 and 1568. ...

List of National Nature Reserves of France

The list of National Nature Reserves of France presents the list of National Nature Reserves, in French Reserves Naturelles Nationales, located on French territory. Since the law on local democracy of 2002, the six former RNN 24, 51, 85, 120, 147 ...

Carlos

Carlos DJ born 1966 Carlos film, a 1971 German TV Western Carlos dog, a Malinois dog actor Carlos miniseries,a 2010 miniseries about Carlos the Jackal Carlos singer 1943–2008, French childrens entertainer

William Acton

William Acton politician, died 1744, English MP William Acton Wicklow MP 1789–1854, MP for Wicklow 1841–48 William Acton politician, died 1567, English MP William Acton junior, MP William Acton senior, MP William M. Acton 1876–1957, American lawy ...

Gondomar

Gondomar São Cosme, Valbom e Jovim, a civil parish in the city Gondomar, Portugal, a city and municipality in Portugal Gondomar, Pontevedra, a town in Galicia, Spain

I Left My Grandfathers House

I Left My Grandfathers House is an uncompleted autobiographical novel by the English author and painter Denton Welch. Written in March 1943 and left incomplete at the time of his death in 1948, it is an account of a walking tour Welch took in the ...

William Thorne

William Thorne may refer to: William Thorne chronicler fl. 1397, English Benedictine monk William Thorne orientalist 1568?–1630, English Hebraist William P. Thorne 1845–1928, Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky 1903–1907 William Thorne mayor, mayor o ...

William Cowper (disambiguation)

William Cowper can refer to William Cowper 1731–1800, English poet and hymnodist William Cowper doctor 1701–1767 English doctor and antiquarian William Cowper, 1st Earl Cowper c. 1665–1723, Lord Chancellor of England William Cowper 1853-1918, sta ...

Siege of Maastricht

The Siege of Maastricht may refer to one of several sieges: Capture of Maastricht 1632 by Dutch forces during the Eighty Years War of 1568–1648 Siege of Maastricht 1579 by Spanish forces during the Eighty Years War of 1568–1648 Siege of Maastrich ...

Edward Chichester

Edward Chichester may refer to: Sir Edward John Chichester, 11th Baronet Edward Chichester, 6th Marquess of Donegall 1903–1975, British peer and journalist Edward Chichester priest, Irish Anglican priest Sir Edward George Chichester, 10th Baronet ...

Robert Hutton (disambiguation)

Robert Hutton was an English metallurgist, known for assisting academics to flee Nazi Germany. Robert Hutton may also refer to: Robert Hutton actor 1920–1994, American actor Bobby Hutton 1950–1968, treasurer and first recruit of the Black Panther ...

Giulio Cesare (disambiguation)

Giulio Cesare is an opera by Handel first performed in 1724. Other uses: Julius Caesar, called Giulio Cesare in Italian Giulio Cesare Vanini 1585–1619, pen name of Lucilio Vanini, a free-thinker somewhat comparable to Bruno Italian battleship Giu ...

Antonio Alvarez

Antonio Alvarez may refer to: Antonio Alvarez II, co-founder of Alvarez and Marsal Antonio Enrique Alvarez born 1979, former Venezuelan baseball player and politician Antonio Alvarez de Toledo, 5th Duke of Alba 1568–1639, Spanish nobleman and pol ...

First Republic

First Republic of Madagascar 1958–1972 French First Republic 1792–1804 First Republic of the Maldives 1952–1954 First Portuguese Republic 1910–1926 First Egyptian Republic First Republic of Venezuela 1811–1812 First Mexican Republic 1824–1835 Fir ...

George Manners (died 1623)

Sir George Manners of Haddon Hall in Derbyshire, England, served as a Member of Parliament for Nottingham, 1588–1589, and for Derbyshire, 1593–1596. His elaborate triple-decked monument with kneeling effigies of himself and his wife and family su ...

Tuscany (disambiguation)

Tuscany C-Train, a light rail station Tuscany, Calgary, Canada Grand Duchy of Tuscany, the government of the Italian region from 1569 to 1859 Tuscany-Canterbury, Baltimore, United States

James Somerville (disambiguation)

Sir James Somerville was a British admiral. James Somerville may also refer to: Sir James Somerville, 1st Baronet 1698–1748, Irish politician Jimmy Somerville born 1961, Scottish singer-songwriter James Somerville, 6th Lord Somerville died 1569, ...

John Chichester

Sir John Chichester died 1569, of Raleigh, Sheriff of Devon Sir John Chichester, 2nd Baronet c. 1658–1680 of the Chichester baronets of Raleigh Sir John Chichester, 1st Baronet 1623–1667 of the Chichester baronets of Raleigh Sir John Chichester, ...

Jan Sapieha

Jan Sapieha may refer to: Iwan Semenowicz Sapieha or Jan Sapieha c. 1431-1517, progenitor of the Koden line of the Sapieha family Jan Kazimierz Sapieha the Elder died 1730, Grand Hetman of Lithuania Jan Stanislaw Sapieha 1589–1635, Chancellor of ...

Marquess of Santa Cruz (1569)

Marquess of Santa Cruz sometimes known as Marquess of Santa Cruz de Mudela, is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1569 by Philip II to Alvaro de Bazan, an important admiral who defeate ...

Duchy of Poland

Duchy of Poland may refer to: various Duchies of Poland during the fragmentation of Poland period, 1138–1320, with some duchies surviving till the 17th century; Civitas Schinesghe ca. 860–1025; Seniorate Province or the Duchy of Krakow, the main ...

William Saunders

William Saunders physician 1743–1817, Scottish physician, first president of Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society William Saunders scientist 1836–1914, Canadian pharmacist, entomologist, and plant breeder William Lawrence Saunders 1856–1931, Ame ...