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Michael I

Michael I may refer to: Pope Michael I of Alexandria, Coptic Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark in 743–767 Mikhail of Vladimir died in 1176 Michael I of Duklja, Prince and King of Duklja and d. 1081 Michael I of Romania 1921– ...

                                               

Ram Shah (king)

Ram Shah was Nagvanshi king in 17th century. His capital was at Navratangarh. He succeed Durjan Sal and ruled from 1640 to 1665 CE. He succeeded by his elder son Raghunath Shah. During his reign, the king named "Nageswar" invaded the region. He f ...

                                               

Philippe Gaultier de Comporte

Philippe Gaultier de Comporte performed the roles of French soldier in France and in the French colony in America in the Carignan-Salieres Regiment, of attendant to the receipts of the right raised on the goods arriving at the country, of persona ...

                                               

Monklands

Monklands was an ancient parish in the Scottish county of Lanarkshire. In 1641 the parish was divided between: Old Monkland present-day Coatbridge. New Monkland present-day Airdrie, North Lanarkshire Monklands may now refer to: Monklands district ...

                                               

Riviere du Sud (Montmagny)

The riviere du Sud is a tributary of the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River. This watercourse flows in the municipalities of Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire, Sainte-Euphemie-sur-Riviere-du-Sud, Armagh, Saint-Raphael, Saint-François-de-la-Riviere-du-Su ...

                                               

Leonardo Marsili

Leonardo Marsili was born in Siena, Italy on 15 May 1641 and ordained a priest on 17 May 1665. On 26 Jan 1682, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Innocent XI as Archbishop of Siena. In February 1682, he was consecrated bishop in Rome by G ...

                                               

Armida (disambiguation)

Armide Lully, a 1686 by French composer Jean-Baptiste Lully Armida Dvoeak, by Antonin Dvoeak 1904 A character in the epic poem Jerusalem Delivered ; includes an extensive list of works based on the poem Armida Salieri, by Antonio Salieri Vienna, ...

                                               

The Lame Devil

The Lame Devil may refer to: As a work "Lame Devil", one of Italo Calvinos 1956 Italian Folktales El Diablo cojuelo tr. "The Lame Devil", a 1641 satire by Luis Velez de Guevara The Lame Devil film, one translation of the 1948 film by Sacha Guitry ...

                                               

Robert Knox (disambiguation)

Robert Knox was a Scottish surgeon, anatomist and zoologist. Robert Knox or Rob Knox may also refer to: Robert Knox bishop 1808–1893, Bishop of Down, Connor and Dromore and Archbishop of Armagh Sir Robert King, 1st Baronet died 1707, Anglo-Irish ...

                                               

Thomas Neill

Thomas Neill, Neel or Neal may refer to: Thomas H. Neill 1826–1885, American soldier Thomas Neale 1641–1699, British politician Tommy Neill footballer 1930–1996, Scottish footballer Tom Neal 1914–1972, American actor Tom Neale 1902–1977, New Zeal ...

                                               

Thomas Baldwin

Thomas Baldwin may refer to: Thomas Baldwin comptroller 1568–1641, British architect and Comptroller of the Kings Works Tom Baldwin General Hospital, a fictional character on soap opera General Hospital Tom Baldwin racing driver 1947–2004, NASCAR ...

                                               

St Andrews Cathedral

St. Andrews Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St. Andrew, may refer to: In Australia: St Andrews Cathedral, Sydney In Canada: St. Andrews Cathedral Victoria, British Columbia In England: Rochester Cathedral, before 1642 Wells Cathedral, other ...

                                               

Patriarch Joseph

Patriarch Joseph may refer to: Joseph Dergham El Khazen, Maronite Patriarch of Antioch in 1733–1742 Joseph VI Audo, Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church in 1847–1878 Joseph V Augustine Hindi, Patriarch of the Chaldeans for the Chaldean Catho ...

                                               

Luzon montane rain forests

The Luzon montane rain forests is a tropical moist broadleaf forest ecoregion on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. The ecoregion is located on several volcanic and non-volcanic mountains of the island. Luzon is the largest and northernmost ...

                                               

Garand (disambiguation)

Garand is a French surname. It is most commonly seen as M1 Garand rifle, an eponym to describe the United States Rifle, Caliber.30, M1 It may also refer to the Garand carbine, a.30 caliber carbine designed by John Garand in 1941

                                               

Nerone

Nerone, an Italian name derived from the word "nero" meaning "black", may refer to: Nerone rapper born 1991, Italian rapper Nerone Duni, an opera by Egidio Romualdo Duni Nerone, the Italian form of the name of the Roman emperor Nero Monte Nerone, ...

                                               

Alexander Brodie

Alexander Brodie may refer to: Alexander Brodie 1748–1812, member of parliament for Nairnshire 1785–90 and Elgin Burghs 1790–1802 Alexander Brodie died 1672 of Lethen, member of the Parliament of Scotland for Nairnshire 1646–9 Sir Alexander Brodi ...

                                               

Battle of Cartagena

Battle of Cartagena may refer to: Battle of Cartagena 460, a naval battle near the Iberian town between Vandals and Romans during the Wars of Majorian Battle of Cartagena 1643, a naval battle between France and Spain near the Spanish port during ...

                                               

Robert Crane

Robert Crane may refer to: Robbie Crane born 1969, musician Sir Robert Crane, 1st Baronet 1586–1643, English MP Robert C. Crane 1920–1962, American newspaper publisher and politician from New Jersey Robert Bruce Crane 1857–1937, American painter ...

                                               

Angus Bellairs

Angus dAlbini Bellairs was a British professor of vertebrate morphology and a specialist in herpetology. He published a landmark two volume The Life of Reptiles. Bellairs studied at Stowe School, Queens College, Cambridge, and University College ...

                                               

Fluid restriction diet

A fluid restriction diet is a diet which limits the amount of daily fluid consumption. Besides beverages, many foods also include fluids which needs to be taken into consideration. A fluid restrictive diet assists in preventing the build up of fl ...

                                               

Louis-François

Louis-François or Louis François may refer to: Louis-François Duniere 1754–1828, businessman in Lower Canada Louis François de Pourtales 1824–1880, American naturalist Louis-François Bertin de Vaux 1771–1842, French journalist, brother of Bertin ...

                                               

Rong

Rong, Ilam, a rural municipality in Ilam District, Nepal

                                               

Felipe Silva

Felipe Silva may refer to: Felipe Machado Silva born 1998, Brazilian basketball player Felipe Silva rugby union born 1986, Brazilian rugby sevens player Felipe da Silva died 1644, Portuguese soldier in the service of Spain Felipe Silva water polo ...

                                               

Darnall (disambiguation)

Philip Darnall born 1604, English barrister Brig. Gen. Carl Rogers Darnall, MD, developer of chlorination of drinking water Henry Darnall 1645–1711, Maryland planter

                                               

Claude Chauchetiere

Claude Chauchetiere was a French Jesuit missionary, priest, biographer, and painter. Claude Chauchetiere is well known for his published work Annual Narrative of the Mission of the Sault from Its Foundation Until the Year 1686 which detailed his ...

                                               

Bruyere

Bruyere is a French name. The family name Bruyere may refer to: Jean de La Bruyere 1645–1696, French essayist and moralist, also known for his writing skills shown in his "The Characters, or the Manners of the Age, with The Characters of Theophra ...

                                               

Alexei Romanov

Alexei Romanov may refer to: Alexei Petrovich, Tsarevich of Russia, son and heir of Peter the Great Alexis of Russia, Tsar of Russia from 1645 - 1676, son of Tsar Michael of Russia Grand Duke Alexei Mikhailovich of Russia, grandson of Tsar Nichol ...

                                               

Michael Romanov (disambiguation)

Michael Romanov or Michael of Russia was the first Russian Tsar of the house of Romanov. Michael Romanov may also refer to: Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich of Russia 1798–1849 Michael Romanoff 1890–1971, owner of Romanoffs restaurant in Los Angeles ...

                                               

Emperor Michael

Emperor Michael may refer to: Michael II the Amorian, Byzantine emperor Michael Asen I of Bulgaria 1238x1241-1256 sometimes Michael Asen II, Emperor of Bulgaria Michael IX Palaiologos, Byzantine emperor Michael VII Doukas, Byzantine emperor Micha ...

                                               

Joannicius

Joannicius, also Ioannikios or Joanikije or Ioanniky, may refer to: Joannicius of Ochrid, Archbishop of Ohrid 13th century Joanikije I, Archbishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church 1272–1276 Joanikije Lipovac, Metropolitan of Montenegro, died 1945 J ...

                                               

Sanctorum

Sanctorum may refer to: Passio sanctorum Petri et Pauli, a late version of the martyrdoms of the two apostles, which claims to have been written by a certain Marcellus, thus the anonymous author, of whom nothing further is known, is referred to a ...

                                               

John Robson

Doug Robson 1942–2020, born John Douglas Robson and listed as John Robson in some databases, English football centre half for Darlington John Robson canoeist, British canoe sailor John Robson athlete born 1957, British middle distance runner Jack ...

                                               

Fort Henry

Fort Henry is the name of: Fort Henry bunker, a Second World War bunker in Studland Bay, Dorset Fort Henry Virginia, a 1646 fort near present-day Petersburg, Virginia Fort Henry National Historic Site 1837 in Kingston, Ontario, a limestone redoub ...

                                               

Isabelle of Orleans

Isabelle of Orleans or Isabelle dOrleans may refer to: Princess Isabelle of Orleans 1878–1961, member of the French Orleanist royal family and by marriage Duchess of Guise Princess Isabelle of Orleans-Braganza 1911–2003, historical author and con ...

                                               

James Holt

James or Jim Holt may refer to: James Richard Holt 1931–1991, British politician Jim Holt actor born 1959, British/Australian actor Jim Holt philosopher, American philosopher, author and essayist James Holt historian 1922–2014, British professor ...

                                               

Longview

Longview, Louisville, a neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky Longview Lake, a reservoir in Jackson County, Missiour Longview, Washington, a city in Cowlitz County Longview Georgetown, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Scott County, Kentucky Longvie ...

                                               

Victor de Broglie

Victor de Broglie may refer to: Victor de Broglie 1785–1870, 3rd duc de Broglie, French statesman and diplomat Victor de Broglie 1846–1906, 5th duc de Broglie, French politician and diplomat Victor-Maurice, comte de Broglie, 1647–1727, French sol ...

                                               

Loche

Salomon Blosset de Loche c. 1648–1721, Huguenot army officer Victor Loche 1806–1863, French soldier and naturalist Arthur Loche mid 20th c., American college basketball coach

                                               

Le Gardeur

Armand Le Gardeur de Tilly, born in Rochefort on 14 January 1733 and died at Domaine de La Salle in Champagne, on 1 January 1812, was a French amiral". Pierre Legardeur de Repentigny admiral, sieur of Repentigny, born in 1600 in Thury-Harcourt in ...

                                               

Richard Wood

Richard Wood may refer to: Richard D. Wood born 1955, American molecular biologist Richard Wood American football born 1953, retired National Football League linebacker Richard Wood, Baron Holderness 1920–2002, British Conservative politician Ric ...

                                               

Lobera

Lobera or La Lobera is the Spanish word for "wolves lair", "wolf trap" or "wolf woman." It is equivalent to Portuguese Lobeira and Italian Luparia. It may refer to:

                                               

Jasien, Gdansk

From the north, the quarter is bordered by the districts of Matarnia, Bretowo and Piecki-Migowo, from the east by Ujescisko-Lostowice, from the south by the rural Gmina Kolbudy and from the west by the district of Kokoszki. Historical quarters of ...

                                               

Delhi (disambiguation)

Delhi most commonly refers to: New Delhi, the capital of India, located in the union territory of Delhi Delhi, a city and union territory of India Delhi may also refer to:

                                               

Blessington (disambiguation)

Blessington is a town located in the River Liffey in Wicklow, Ireland. Blessington may also refer to: Charles Gardiner, 1st Earl of Blessington 1782–1829, an Irish earl Marguerite Gardiner, Countess of Blessington 1789–1849, an Irish novelist and ...

                                               

Mary Davis

Mary Davis may refer to: Mary Lund Davis 1922–2008, modernist architect Mary Davis artist 1866–1941, English artist Mary Davis actress, American silent film actress Mary Gould Davis 1882–1956, American author, librarian, storyteller and editor Ma ...

                                               

Zhenyuan

Zhenyuan may refer to: Chinese ironclad Zhenyuan, a Qing dynasty turret ship which was captured by the Japanese during the Sino-Japanese War 1894 Zhenyuan 真圓, 1579-1648, a Chinese monk who traveled to Japan

                                               

Edward Lloyd

Edward Lloyd Colonial Governor of Maryland 1670–1718, Governor of the Maryland Colony, 1709–1714 Edward Lloyd, 1st Baron Mostyn 1768–1854, British politician Edward Lloyd MP for Montgomery, Welsh lawyer and politician Edward Lloyd Continental Con ...

                                               

Mulgrave

Mulgrave School, a school in West Vancouver, British Columbia Mulgrave, Nova Scotia, a town

                                               

Al-Hakam ibn Amr al-Ghifari

Al-Hakam ibn Amr al-Ghifari was a companion of Muhammad and the Umayyad governor of Khurasan and commander of Arab expeditions into Transoxiana from 665 until his death in Merv.