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Salvatore Settis

Salvatore Settis is an Italian archaeologist and art historian. From 1994 to 1999 he was director of the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities in Los Angeles and from 1999 to 2010 of the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa. Since 20 ...

                                               

Peter Davison (composer)

Peter Davison was born in Los Angeles, California. He played flute, saxophone, guitar, keyboards and electric bass in all sorts of ensembles throughout his public school years. He received his Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Music Composition fr ...

                                               

Jonathan Silk

Jonathan Alan Silk is an American academic specialising in Buddhism. Since 2007 he has been Professor of Buddhist Studies at Leiden University.

                                               

Nanae Fujiwara

Nanae Fujiwara  (Japanese: 藤原奈苗, romanized: Fujiwara, Nanae )is a Japanese guitarist based in Chicago and a co-founder of the Lyra Guitar Quartet. Fujiwara is noted for her performance and promotion of the Spanish Classical Guitar repertoir ...

                                               

Diane Atnally Conlin

Diane Atnally Conlin is an American classicist and archaeologist specializing in the art in architecture of ancient Rome. She is an associate professor at the University of Colorado Boulder and directs its excavations at the Villa of Maxentius.

                                               

John Simon

John Simon record producer born 1941, record producer for Columbia Records John F. Simon Jr. born 1963, American artist and creator of Unfolding Object John Simon composer born 1944, classical composer and poet John Simon critic 1925–2019, Americ ...

                                               

William Ramsay (disambiguation)

Sir William Ramsay was a Scottish chemist who discovered the noble gases. William Ramsay may also refer to: Bill Ramsay William G. Ramsay, born 1929, American jazz saxophonist & band leader based in Seattle Bill Ramsay athlete born 1928, Australi ...

                                               

Monumentalism

Monumentalism defines the architectural tendencies that during the first half of the twentieth century had as their essential canon the inspiration and connection to classicism and neoclassicism. Critics divide this architecture into two streams: ...

                                               

David Soudry

Soudry received his PhD in mathematics from Tel Aviv University in 1983 under the supervision of Ilya Piatetski-Shapiro. From 1983 to 1984, he was a member of the Institute for Advanced Study. He is a professor of mathematics at Tel Aviv University.

                                               

Maria Floriani Squarciapino

Maria Floriani Squarciapino was an Italian classical archaeologist and professor at La Sapienza University in Rome, known for her work on the Roman port-city of Ostia.

                                               

Sir Robert Holt Leigh, 1st Baronet

Born on 25 December 1762 the first son of Holt and Mary Leigh nee Owen. He had a younger brother Roger and a sister. The brother pre-deceased him dying from injuries sustained in violence prior to Wigan election on 4 May 1831 Sir Robert lived at ...

                                               

William Hale

William Hale may refer to: William Hale director born 1934, American film and television director Willie Hale born 1945, American R&B musician William Hale Michigan Attorney General 1809-1874, former Michigan Attorney General Bill Hale, see T ...

                                               

Charles Knapp

Charles Knapp is the name of: Charles Knapp congressman 1797–1880, member of the United States House of Representatives from New York Charles Boynton Knapp born 1946, president of the University of Georgia Charles J. Knapp 1845–1916, his son, mem ...

                                               

Gertrud Herzog-Hauser

Gertrud Herzog-Hauser was an Austrian classical philologist. She was specialised in ancient mythology and religion as well as Latin literature and published Latin school textbooks. She campaigned for equal rights for women in education.

                                               

Charlie Porter (trumpeter)

Charles William Porter known professionally as Charlie Porter is an American trumpeter, composer and music educator based in Portland, Oregon. Porter has been awarded a Grammy Award at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards for his collaboration on the al ...

                                               

William Henry Hoare

Born on 31 October 1809 at Penzance, he was the second son of William Henry Hoare 1776–1819 of Broomfield House, Battersea, Surrey, and his Louisa Elizabeth Noel, daughter of Sir Gerard Noel, 2nd Baronet. He graduated B.A. in 1831 as a member of ...

                                               

Bucknell

Bucknell, California, United States Bucknell Ridge Antarctica Bucknell, Oxfordshire, England Bucknell, Shropshire, England Bucknell railway station, Shropshire, England Bucknell Wood Meadows, Northamptonshire, England

                                               

Austin Morris Harmon

Austin Morris Harmon Ph.D., LL.D. was an American classical scholar, mostly notable for his bilingual editions of Lucians works in the Loeb Classical Library.

                                               

R. J. Tarrant

Richard John Tarrant, is an American classicist and Emeritus Pope Professor of Latin at Harvard University. He is an expert on the textual criticism and the transmission of Latin poetry.

                                               

Ina Isings

Clasina Isings was a Dutch archaeologist and classical scholar specialising in Roman glass. In 2009 the city of Utrecht awarded her a silver medal in recognition of the work she had done to help preserve the citys history.

                                               

Hartmut Krones

Born in Vienna, Krones studied German language and literature at the University of Vienna as well as music education, vocal pedagogy and Lied and Oratorio at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. He also won a doctorate in musicology.

                                               

Omar Mohammed

Omar Mohammed of Mosul is the historian who created and marinated the internationally known blog Mosul Eye in 2014. He was born and raised in Mosul, his hometown.

                                               

Column of Leo

The Column of Leo was a 5th-century AD Roman honorific column in Constantinople. Built for Leo I, augustus of the east from 7 February 457 to 18 January 474, the column stood in the Forum of Leo, known also as the Pittakia. It was a marble column ...

                                               

Richard Bentley (disambiguation)

Richard Bentley was an English theologian, classical scholar and critic. Richard Bentley may also refer to: Richard Bentley athlete born 1960, Guamanian Olympic hurdler Richard Bentley writer 1708–1782, son of the classical scholar; playwright an ...

                                               

John Kirkpatrick

John Kirkpatrick may refer to: John Simpson Kirkpatrick 1892–1915, British-born Australian soldier John Lycan Kirkpatrick 1813–1885, president of Davidson College John Bayard Kirkpatrick, mayor of New Brunswick, New Jersey John Kirkpatrick musici ...

                                               

Robert Hicks

Robert Hicks or Bob Hicks may refer to: Barbecue Bob born Robert Hicks, 1902–1931, early American blues musician Bob Hicks activist 1929–2010, American civil rights activist in Louisiana Robert Hicks American author born 1951, American author and ...

                                               

Robert Ward

Robert Ward may refer to: Robert Ward blues musician 1938–2008, American blues guitarist and singer Robert Ward novelist, American author and screenwriter Bob Ward communications director, policy and communications director of the Grantham Resear ...

                                               

Walther Sallaberger

Walther Sallaberger is an Austrian assyriologist. From 1982 to 1988, Walther Sallaberger studied languages and cultures of the ancient Near East as well as classical archeology at the University of Innsbruck. He learned Hittite, Old Persian, Turk ...

                                               

New Years Eve Concert 1992: Richard Strauss Gala

New Years Eve Concert 1992: Richard Strauss Gala was a 76-minute televised event presented in Berlins Philharmonie on 31 December 1992, in which four pieces of music by Richard Strauss were performed by the pianist Martha Argerich and the singers ...

                                               

Charles Bennett

Charles Bennet, 6th Earl of Tankerville 1810–1899, British peer and Conservative politician Charles Bennet, 1st Earl of Tankerville 1674–1722, British peer Charles Bennet, 3rd Earl of Tankerville 1716–1767, British peer and politician Charles Ben ...

                                               

John McCabe

John McCabe may refer to: John McCabe composer 1939–2015, British composer and classical pianist John McCabe writer 1920–2005, Shakespearean scholar and biographer John Ignatius McCabe 1926–2001, Roman Catholic priest and theologian under the nam ...

                                               

Bodington

Bodington is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Cecil Bodington 1880–1917, English cricketer Nicolas Bodington 1904–1974, British intelligence operative Alice Brooke Bodington 1840–1897, British science writer Bob Bodington 1894– ...

                                               

Frank Miller

Frank Miller comics born 1957, comics writer, artist, and film director Frank Miller newspaper cartoonist 1898–1949, newspaper comic strip creator Frank Miller editorial cartoonist 1926–1983, editorial cartoonist Frank Miller screenwriter 1891–19 ...

                                               

Donald Robertson

Donald Robertson may refer to: Donald Robertson producer born 1973, hip-hop producer and entrepreneur Donald Robertson artist born 1962, artist/illustrator and creative director for Estee Lauder Companies Donald Robertson New Zealand 1860–1942, P ...

                                               

John Barron

John Barron may refer to: John Barron footballer 1879–1908, Scottish footballer John Barron academic 1934–2008, British classical scholar John Augustus Barron 1850–1936, Canadian politician and lawyer John Barron hurler 1934–2008, Irish sportsman ...

                                               

John Carew (disambiguation)

John Carew is a Norwegian former footballer John Carew may also refer to: John Carew sprinter born 1952, sprint runner from Sierra Leone John Carew regicide 1622–1660, one of the regicides of King Charles I John F. Carew 1873–1951, U.S. Represent ...

                                               

Hugh Munro (disambiguation)

Sir Hugh Munro, 4th Baronet was a mountaineer who listed Scotlands mountains over 3.000 feet. Hugh Munro may also refer to: Hugh Munro New Brunswick settler 1764–1846 Hugh Munro-Lucas-Tooth 1903–1985, British Conservative politician Hugh Andrew J ...

                                               

Peter Fraser (disambiguation)

Peter Fraser was prime minister of New Zealand from 1940 to 1949. Peter Fraser may also refer to: Peter Fraser merchant 1765–1840, merchant and politician in New Brunswick Peter Fraser, Baron Fraser of Carmyllie 1945–2013, Scottish politician and ...

                                               

Daniel Bernard

Daniel Bernard may refer to: Daniel Bernard footballer 1949–2020, French footballer Daniel Bernard businessman born 1946, French businessman Daniel Bernard Roumain born 1970,American classically trained composer, performer, violinist and band-lea ...

                                               

Archibald Campbell

Archibald Campbell, 7th Earl of Argyll c. 1575–1638, Scottish politician and military leader Archibald Campbell, 5th Earl of Argyll 1532/7–1573, Scottish politician Archibald Campbell, 2nd Earl of Argyll died 1513, Lord Chancellor of Scotland Arc ...

                                               

Nikolay V. Kuznetsov

Nikolay Vladimirovich Kuznetsov is a Russian scientist, specialist in nonlinear dynamics and control theory.

                                               

G. T. Deshpande

Ganesh Trimbak Deshpande, was an Indian writer, scholar and critic from Maharashtra. Deshpande has authored more than 12 classical works. He has attained international renown and recognition by his scholarly contribution to literary treasure. His ...

                                               

Parthian Dark Age

The so-called "Parthian Dark Age" refers to a period of three decades in the history of Parthian Empire between the death of Mithridates II and the accession to the throne of Orodes II, with various date ranges being mentioned by scholars. It is ...

                                               

John Hewitt

John Hewitt may refer to: John Hill Hewitt 1801–1890, newspaper editor. John Hewitt herpetologist 1880–1961, South African zoologist and archaeologist. John Hewitt poet 1907–1987, poet from Northern Ireland. John Hewitt antiquary 1807–1878, Engli ...

                                               

Gantz (disambiguation)

Gantz is a manga series created by Hiroya Oku, later adapted into an anime and two live action films. Gantz may also refer to: Benny Gantz born 1959, general in the Israel Defense Forces and the 20th Chief of the General Staff Israel Gantz born 1 ...

                                               

George Burgess

George Burgess may refer to: George Farmer Burgess 1861–1919, American Democratic politician George Burgess Australian politician 1863–1941, New South Wales politician George Burgess bishop 1809–1866, American clergyman and religious leader, firs ...

                                               

Westlake

Westlake, Florida Westlake, Los Angeles, California Westlake, Seattle, Washington also Westlake Center Seattle, Washington Westlake, Georgia Westlake, Louisiana Westlake, Daly City, California Westlake, Ohio Westlake, Texas Westlake, Oregon Westl ...

                                               

Hella Brock

Brock was born in Schweinitz Jessen the daughter of the lawyer and mayor of Schweinitz, Hans Siegmund-Schultze, and his wife, the teacher Ida nee Bohme, attended the elementary schools in Magdeburg 1926–1928 and Legnica 1928–1934 and, from 1934 t ...

                                               

Natalia Kicka

Kicka was born as the eldest of four daughters to Piotr Bisping, marshal of Wolkowysk and Jozefa Kicka and grew up on a family estate in Holowczyce. Kicka collected coins and medals and worked with several pioneers of the numismatic movement in P ...

                                               

Zwai Bala

Zwai Bala studied at the Drakensberg Boys Choir School, near Winterton, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. He then pursued an online Masters Certificate in Orchestration for Film and Television at Berklee College of Music in Boston. He came to public a ...