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  • Albert, Frederick Augustus - (1828-1902), king of Saxony
  • Alberti, Domenico - (1710-1740), composer
  • Alberti, Leone Battista - (1404-1472), architect
  • Albertinelli, Mariotto - (1474-1515), Italian painter
  • Albertson, Jack - (1907-1981), actor
  • Albertus Magnus - (died 1280), (a.k.a. Saint Albert the Great; Albert of Cologne)
  • Albinoni, Tomaso - (1671-1751), Italian composer
  • Albinus, Clodius - (died 197), Roman emperor
  • Albornoz, Severo Ochoa de - (1905-1993), Spanish scientist, Nobel Prize laureate
  • Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg - (1736-1809), composer
  • Albric of London - scholastic philosopher
  • Albright, Madeleine - (born 1937), US Secretary of State
  • Albuquerque, Afonso de - Portuguese naval general and viceroy of India
  • Alcibiades - (ca 450 BC-404 BC), Athenian general and politician
  • Alcidamas - (born 4th century BC), Greek rhetorician
  • Alcott, Louisa May - (1832-1888), British author
  • Alcuin - (ca. 735-May 19, 804), English monk
  • Alda, Alan - (born 1936), US actor
  • Aldington, Richard - (1892-1962), poet
  • Aldini, Giovanni - (1762-1834), physicist
  • Aldiss, Brian - (born 1925), British science fiction writer
  • Aldrich, Henry - (1647-1710), English theologian, philosopher
  • Aldrich, Robert - film director
  • Aldrich, Thomas Bailey - US novelist
  • Aldrin, Edwin Buzz - (born 1930), US astronaut
  • Alechinsky, Pierre - (born 1927)
  • Aleixandre, Vicente - (died 1984), literature Nobelist
  • Alekhine, Alexandre - (1892-1946), world chess champion
  • Aleksey I of Russia - (1629-1676)
  • Aleman, Mateo - (1547-ca 1609)
  • Alembert, Jean le Rond - (1717-1783), French physicist and encyclopædist
  • Alen, William van - architect
  • Alenio, Giulio - (1582-1649), missionary
  • Ales, Alexander - (1500-1565), Scottish theologian
  • Alessi, Galeazzo - (1512-1572), architect
  • Alexander Aetolus - (3rd century BC), Greek poet
  • Alexander Balas - ruler of the Seleucid kingdom between 150 and 146 BC
  • Alexander Cornelius - (1st century BC), Greek grammarian
  • Alexander I of Epirus - king of Epirus 4th century BC
  • Alexander I of Russia - (1777-1825), Russian, Polish ruler
  • Alexander I of Scotland - (ca 1078 - April, 1124)
  • Alexander I, Pope - (pope 97-105)
  • Alexander II of Alexandria - Coptic Pope, Patriarch of Alexandria
  • Alexander II of Epirus - (died ca. 260 BC), king of Epirus 3th century BC
  • Alexander II of Russia - (1818-1881)
  • Alexander II of Scotland - (1198 - July 6, 1249)
  • Alexander II, Pope - (pope 1058-1061)
  • Alexander III of Byzantium - Byzantine Emperor
  • Alexander III of Macedonia, the Great - (356 BC-323 BC), king of Macedonia, conqueror of Persia and India
  • Alexander III of Russia - (1845 - 1894)
  • Alexander III of Scotland - (1241 - 1286), Scottish king
  • Alexander III, Pope - (pope 1164-1168)
  • Alexander IV, Pope - (pope 1243-1254)
  • Alexander Jannaeus - king of Judaea 103-76 BC
  • Alexander of Alexandria - Coptic Pope, Patriarch of Alexandria between 313 and 328
  • Alexander of Aphrodisias - (2nd century AD), greek philosopher
  • Alexander of Battenberg - (1857-1893), king of Bulgaria
  • Alexander of Constantinople - patriarch of Constantinople
  • Alexander of Greece king - (1917-1920), king of Greece
  • Alexander of Greece rhetorician - Greek rhetorician
  • Alexander of Hales - (died 1475), scholastic philosopher
  • Alexander of Pherae - despot of Pherae between 369 and 358 BC
  • Alexander of Poland - (1461-1506)
  • Alexander Severus - (208-235), Roman emperor
  • Alexander V, Pope - (Peter Philarges ca. 1339-May 3, 1410)
  • Alexander VI, Pope - (1431-1503), Roman pope
  • Alexander VII, Pope - (1599-1667)
  • Alexander VIII, Pope - (pope 1689-1691)
  • Alexander, Albert Victor - 1st Earl Alexander of Hillsborough, 1885-1965. British politician
  • Alexander, Arthur - musician
  • Alexander, Christopher - (1822-1882), Victorian architect
  • Alexander, Denise - (born 1939), soap opera actress
  • Alexander, Grover Cleveland - (1887-1950), baseball Hall of Famer
  • Alexander, Harold, Sir - (1891-1969), British Field Marshal
  • Alexander, James - (c.1690-1756) Attorney General for colonial New York
  • Alexander, Jason - (born 1959), comedian
  • Alexander, Jean - (born 1926), soap opera actress
  • Alexander, Lloyd - (born 1924), US fantasy author
  • Alexander, Robert - (c.1740-1805), American Tory political leader during Revolution
  • Alexander, Sir William - (c.1570-1640), leader of British colonization of Canadian maritimes
  • Alexander, William - (1726-1783) American general in the Revolutionary War
  • Alexandra of Denmark - (1844-1925), consort of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom
  • Alexandra of Hesse - (1872-1918), wife of the czar Nicolai Romanov
  • Alexandra of Kent, Princess - cousin of Queen Elizabeth II
  • Alexandra, Duchess of Fife, Princess - cousin of King Edward VII
  • Alexandrov, Alexander - (1883-1946), Russian composer
  • Alexeev, Vasily - weightlifter
  • Alexis - (b about 394 BC) Greek comic poet
  • Alexius I Comnenus - (1048-1118), Byzantine Emperor
  • Alexius II Comnenus - (1167-1183), Byzantine Emperor
  • Alexius III Angelus - Byzantine Emperor
  • Alexius IV - Byzantine Emperor
  • Alexius V - Byzantine Emperor
  • Alfano, Franco - Italian opera composer
  • Alfaro, Carlota - (born 1933), fashion designer
  • Alfelt, Else - (1910-1974), painter
  • Alferov, Zhores Ivanovich - (born 1930), physicist
  • Alfonso I of Aragon - (1082-1134), king of Aragon and Navarre in 1104
  • Alfonso I of Asturias - (693-757), king in 737
  • Alfonso II of Aragon - (1154-1196), king in 1162
  • Alfonso II of Asturias - (759-842), king in 791
  • Alfonso III of Aragon - (1265-1291), king in 1285
  • Alfonso III of Leon - (848-910), the Great, king in 866
  • Alfonso IV of Aragon - (1299-1336), king in 1327
  • Alfonso IV of Leon - (ca900-933), king of León between 926 and 931
  • Alfonso IX of Castile - (1171-1230), king of Leon 1188-1230
  • Alfonso V of Aragon - (1394-1458), king in 1416
  • Alfonso V of Castile - (ca999-1028), king of León and Galicia
  • Alfonso VI of Castile - (1040-1109), king of Castille in 1072 and of León in 1065
  • Alfonso VII of Castile - (1105-1157), the Emperor, king of Castille and León in 1126
  • Alfonso VIII of Castile - (1155-1214), king of Castille in 1158
  • Alfonso X of Castile - (1221-1284), king of Castille 1252
  • Alfonso XI of Castile - (1311-1350), king of Castille and León in 1312
  • Alfonso XII of Spain - (1880-1904), later one of the Kings of Spain
  • Alfonso XIII of Spain - (1886-1941)
  • Alfonso, Kristian - (born 1964), soap opera actress
  • Alfred of Sareshel - scholastic philosopher
  • Alfred the Great - (847?-899), of Wessex, English
  • Alfred, Duke of Saxe Coburg Gotha - (1844-1900), later Duke of Edinburgh and Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, second son of Victoria of the United Kingdom
  • Alfven, Hannes Olof Gosta - (1908-1995), physicist
  • Alfven, Hugo - Swedish musician
  • Algardi, Alessandro - (1598-1654), sculptor, painter
  • Algarotti, Francesco - (December 11, 1712 – May 3, 1764)
  • Alger, Horatio, Jr. - (1832-1899), Unitarian minister, author
  • Algren, Nelson - (1909-1981), The Man With the Golden Arm
  • Ali, Laila - (born 1977), US world champion female boxer, daughter of Muhammad Ali
  • Ali, Muhammad - (born 1942), US world champion boxer, The Greatest
  • Ali, Ramadan - (born approx. 1940), brother, trainer of Muhammad Ali
  • Ali, Tatyana - (born 1979), actress, singer
  • Alice of Albany, Princess - cousin of King George V
  • Alighieri, Dante - (1265-September 14, 1321), Italian poet
  • Alison, Archibald - (1757-1839), Scottish author
  • Alkan, Siegfried - (1858 - 1941), German composer
  • Amabile, George - (born 1936), Canadian writer
  • Amago Haruhisa - (1514-1562), Japanese warlord
  • Amago Katsuhisa - (1553-1578)
  • Amago Kunihisa - (1492-1554), Japanese warrior
  • Amago Okihisa - (?-1534)
  • Amago Tsunehisa - (1458-1541), Japanese warlord
  • Amago Yoshihisa - (1540-1610), Japanese warlord
  • Amalaric - (died 531), king of the Visigoths
  • Amalasuntha - (died 535), queen of the Ostrogoths
  • Amalric of Bena - (died ca. 1207), scholastic philosopher
  • Amara Sinha - (4th century), Sanskrit grammarian and poet
  • Amasis I - Pharaoh, founder of the XVIIIth dynasty
  • Amasis II - (570 BC-526 BC), Pharaoh
  • Amaya, Carmen - (1913-1963), flamenco dancer
  • Ambler, Eric - British author
  • Ambros, August Wilhelm - (1773-1850), Austrian composer
  • Ambrose - (born circa 340 – died 397), catholic saint
  • Ambrose, Stephen - (1936-2002), US historian
  • Ames, Oakes - U.S. Congressman and entrepreneur
  • Amigoni, Jacopo - (1685-1752), painter
  • Amis, Kingsley - (1922-1995), British author
  • Amis, Martin - (born 1949), writer, son of Kingsley
  • Ammanati, Bartolomeo - (1511-1592), architect, sculptor
  • Ammann, Othmar - (1879-1965), Swiss civil engineer
  • Ammann, Simon - (born 1981), gold medallist in Ski jumping at the 2002 Winter Olympics
  • Ammianus Marcellinus - (d. 391), roman historian
  • Ammons, Albert - father of bebop, tenorman
  • Amort, Eusebius - (1692-1775), catholic theologician
  • Amos, Daniel - musician
  • Amos, Tori - (born 1963), Canadian singer
  • Ampelius, Lucius - Roman historian
  • Ampere, Andre Marie - (1775-1836), physicist
  • Amsberg, Claus von - (1926-2002), prince consort of the Netherlands
  • Amundsen, Roald - (1872-1928), explorer, first to South Pole
  • Amyntas I - (born circa 540 - 498 BC), king of Macedonia
  • Andric, Ivo - writer
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