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Just Hog (1584–1646)

Just Hog was a Danish statesman and landowner. He served as the first Hofmeister of Soro Academy from 1629 to 1640 and then as Chancellor of the Realm from 1640 to 1646. He was the owner of Ghorslev Manor on Stevns.

                                               

St John the Baptist as a Boy

St John the Baptist as a Boy is a c.1518-1519 oil on canvas painting by the studio of Raphael, now in the Uffizi in Florence. It is usually identified with the work mentioned in Lives of the Artists as produced for cardinal Jacopo da Carpi, thoug ...

                                               

A Man for All Seasons (disambiguation)

A Man for All Seasons 1988 film, a television movie adaptation of the play A Man for All Seasons 1964 film, an Australian television play A Man for All Seasons 1966 film, a film adaptation of the play

                                               

Bear falls (Turgen gorge)

The falls is located in a deep rock niche, on the southern slope of the Karash range, where the Bear Creek flows from under the Zhambas pass. In it has a glacial origin. According to the assumption of geologists, about a million years ago in the ...

                                               

9 Cygni

9 Cygni is a binary star system in the northern constellation of Cygnus. 9 Cygni is its Flamsteed designation. The two stars have a combined magnitude of 5.39, so it can be seen with the naked eye under good viewing conditions. Parallax measureme ...

                                               

Isabella Lazzarini

Isabella Lazzarini is an historian of Italian history with a focus on the diplomatic history of renaissance Italy. She studied at the University of Pisa.

                                               

San Salvador (disambiguation)

Metropolitan Area of San Salvador, El Salvador San Salvador, Paraguay San Salvador Municipality, Hidalgo, Mexico San Salvador, Caguas, Puerto Rico, a barrio San Salvador, Entre Rios, Argentina San Salvador, Valladolid, Spain San Salvador Island, ...

                                               

Ixtlilxochitl

Ixtlilxochitl can refer to a number of Mesoamerican nobles, including: Ixtlilxochitl II, placed on the throne of Texcoco by Hernan Cortes in 1520, and a great-grandson of Ixtlilxochitl I. Fernando de Alva Cortes Ixtlilxochitl 1568? 1578? - c. 165 ...

                                               

KTRO

KTRO may refer to: KTRO-LP, a low-power radio station 99.9 FM licensed to serve Espanola, New Mexico, United States KMTT, a radio station 910 AM licensed to serve Vancouver, Washington, United States, which used the call sign KTRO from 2007 until ...

                                               

Llorenç

Llorenç may refer to: People Joan Llorenç 1458–1520, the leader of a germania guild, literally "brotherhood" of Valencia Llorenç Vidal Vidal, majorcan poet, educator and pacifist who founded the School Day of Non-violence and Peace DENIP in 1964 ...

                                               

Castilian War (disambiguation)

Castilian War may refer to: War of the Two Peters 1356–1375 between Peter of Castile and Peter IV of Aragon Castilian Civil War 1351–1369 between Peter of Castile and Henry II of Castile Castilian war of succession 1282–1304 between Sancho IV of ...

                                               

Elizabeth of Sweden

Elizabeth of Sweden - Swedish: Elisabet or Elsa, in some cases also Isabella - may refer to: Elizabeth Isabella, Princess of Sweden 1564, daughter of John III of Sweden died 1566 Isabella of Austria also called Elizabeth, Queen of Sweden 1520 Eli ...

                                               

John of Sweden

John of Sweden - Swedish: Johan, Jon and Hans - may refer to: John III, King of Sweden 1569 John II Casimir Vasa, pretender to the Swedish throne as of 1609 John Casimir, Count Palatine of Kleeburg, Swedish prince 1652 John I, King of Sweden 1216 ...

                                               

Christina of Sweden (disambiguation)

Christina of Saxony, Queen consort of Sweden 1497 Christina Bjornsdotter, Queen consort of Sweden around 1156 Christina of Holstein-Gottorp, Queen consort of Sweden 1604 Christina Hvide, Queen consort of Sweden 1164 Christina Abrahamsdotter, Quee ...

                                               

Jovan Mandil

Jovan Mandil was a Serbian Jewish lawyer and publicist active in the Balkan Wars and World War I. Mandil was born in the town of Sabac in 1873. He was the son of Benjamin Mandil. In 1912, the Royal Serbian Government dispatched him to Monastir, i ...

                                               

Christina of Denmark (disambiguation)

Christina or Christine of Denmark may refer to: Christina of Denmark, Queen of Sweden 1120/25-1170, daughter of Bjorn Ironside, married Eric IX of Sweden Christina of Denmark 1521–1590, was the daughter of Christian II of Denmark, married firstly ...

                                               

John Blennerhassett

John Blennerhassett may refer to: John Blennerhassett 1715–1763 1715–1763, Anglo-Irish MP for Kerry John Blennerhassett died 1677 died 1677, Anglo-Irish MP for Tralee John Blennerhassett 1769–1794, 1769–1794, Anglo-Irish MP for Kerry John Blenner ...

                                               

Gigli (disambiguation)

Silvestro de Gigli died 1521, medieval Bishop of Worcester Elena Gigli born 1985, Italian water polo goalkeeper Beniamino Gigli 1890 – 1957, Italian tenor Angelo Gigli born 1983, Italian professional basketball player Abel Gigli born 1990, Italia ...

                                               

Adoration of the Shepherds (Parmigianino)

Adoration of the Shepherds is a c.1521-1522 oil on panel painting by Parmigianino, now in a private collection. The work was rediscovered by Gould in 1992 and a year later was exhibited at the Kunsthaus Zurich. Like Nativity, it was identified as ...

                                               

Nativity (Parmigianino)

Nativity or Rest on the Flight into Egypt is a c.1521-1522 oil on panel painting by Parmigianino, now in the Courtauld Gallery in London. Its attribution as a youthful work by Parmigianino has not always been unanimous, being supported by Freedbe ...

                                               

Lament over the Dead Christ (Lotto)

Lament over the Dead Christ is a c.1522 oil on canvas painting by Lorenzo Lotto, now in the sacristy of SantAlessandro in Colonna on via SantAlessandro in Bergamo. The work was restored in 1548, 1702, 1880 and 1998, not always respecting the orig ...

                                               

Magallanes

Magallanes may refer to: Ferdinand Magellan 1480–1521, Portuguese explorer who led part of the first expedition around the world Strait of Magellan, the strait between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, located in Chile

                                               

Varlaam

Varlaam is a variant of the saints name Barlaam, used in the Orthodox churches due to the Byzantine sound shift from /b/ to /v/. A shortened form is Varlam. It may refer to:

                                               

Spanish Lake

Spanish Lake can refer to: A lake Spanish Lake Ascension Parish, a lake in the US state of Louisiana Spanish Lake Iberia Parish, a lake in the US state of Louisiana Spanish Lake in Fresno County, California A peak Spanish Lake Centre, a peak of t ...

                                               

Large-scale learning assessments

Large-scale learning assessments is defined as a form of national or cross-national standardized testing that provide a snapshot of learning achievement for a group of learners in a given year and in a limited number of learning domains. The use ...

                                               

John Jones (abolitionist)

John Jones was an abolitionist, civil rights leader, philanthropist, and business entrepreneur. During his lifetime, he became the first black man in the state of Illinois to serve on a grand jury in 1870, a notary public in 1871, and the first t ...

                                               

Oliver St John (disambiguation)

Oliver St John was an English statesman and judge. Oliver St John may also refer to: Oliver St John, 2nd Earl of Bolingbroke before 1634–1688, British peer and landowner Oliver St John, 1st Baron St John of Bletso 1522–1582, English peer Oliver S ...

                                               

Bitzius

The Bitzius family was a Swiss patrician family of Bern. Its members exercised political power in the Bernese city-state in the 16th and 17th century. Its most prominent member was the writer Albert Bitzius, known as Jeremias Gotthelf. The family ...

                                               

Margaret of Austria

Margaret of Austria may refer to: Margaret of Austria 1536-1567, daughter of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and his wife Anne of Bohemia and Hungary Margaret of Austria, Electress of Saxony 1416–1486, Habsburg princess, daughter of duke Ernest o ...

                                               

Jelena Stiljanovic

She was the wife of Prince Stefan Stiljanovic who is also venerated as a saint along with his wife. After his death, she fled from the Turks and went to Germany. When she learned that her husbands relics had been found, Jelena returned to the mon ...

                                               

Toni Gilpin

Gilpin, Toni 2020-02-10. "Whats Left Untold: Press Coverage of the Labor Movement". Journalism & Communication Monographs. SAGE Publications. 22 1: 87–91. doi:10.1177/1522637919898273. ISSN 1522-6379. The Long Deep Grudge: A Story of Big Capital, ...

                                               

John Bridgeman

John Bridgeman died 1729 c. 1655–1729, of Prinknash, Member of Parliament for Gloucester John Bridgeman died 1523, MP for Exeter John Bridgeman American politician, member of the North Carolina House of Representatives

                                               

Catherine Howard (disambiguation)

Catherine Howard queen consort of Henry VIII of England. Catherine Howard may also refer to: Katherine G. Howard 1898–1986, politician Catherine Howard soccer, player for West Michigan Firewomen Catherine Carey, Countess of Nottingham, married na ...

                                               

Casotti Madonna

The Casotti Madonna or Madonna and Child with Saint Paul, Saint Agnes and Donors is an oil on panel painting by Andrea Previtali now in the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo, commissioned in 1523 by Paolo Casotti, a rich merchant from Bergamo, the art ...

                                               

Saint Barbara (Parmigianino)

Saint Barbara is a c.1523 oil on panel painting by Parmigianino, now in the Prado Museum in Madrid. Copies of it are in the Mauritshuis, Pomona College and Chatsworth House. The painting arrived in Spain in 1686, when it was recorded in the real ...

                                               

Gustav of Sweden

Gustav of Sweden - English also: Gustavus ; Swedish: Gustaf - may refer to: Prince Gustaf, Duke of Uppland, Prince of Sweden 1827 Gustav, Prince of Vasa, Crown Prince of Sweden 1799 Gustav I of Sweden, Gustav I Vasa, King of Sweden 1523-1560 Gust ...

                                               

Phosphorus monoxide

Phosphorus monoxide is an unstable radical inorganic compound with molecular formula PO. Phosphorus monoxide is notable as one of the few molecular compounds containing phosphorus that has been detected outside of Earth. Other phosphorus containi ...

                                               

CCR4-Not

C arbon C atabolite R epression - N egative O n T ATA-less, or CCR4-Not, is a multiprotein complex that functions in gene expression. The complex has multiple enzymatic activities as both a poly 3′-5′ exonuclease and a ubiquitin ligase. The compl ...

                                               

Greif cannon

The Griffin cannon, also called Vogel Greif, is one of the largest cannons from the 16th century. Since 1984, it has been in display in the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress in Koblenz. The possession of the cannon moved several times between Germany and ...

                                               

Gontaut

Gontaut may refer to: Louis Antoine de Gontaut, 1700–1788, Duke of Biron and a French military leader who served under Louis XV Prix Gontaut-Biron, Group 3 flat horse race in France open to thoroughbreds which are four-years-old or above Charles ...

                                               

Charles of Lorraine

Charles of Lorraine may refer to: Charles, Prince of Commercy 1661–1702 Charles III, Duke of Lorraine 1543–1608 Charles Joseph of Lorraine 1680–1715 Charles II, Duke of Lorraine 1364–1431 Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine 953–993 Charles of Lorrain ...

                                               

Antoine Jacques Le Carlier dHerlye

Antoine Jacques Le Carlier dHerlye was a French Navy officer. He fought in the War of American Independence, taking part in the French operations in the Indian Ocean under Suffren, and was one of the experts in the inquiry on the wreck of the fri ...

                                               

Richard Musgrave

Richard Musgrave may refer to: Richard Musgrave economist 1910–2007, American economist of German heritage Richard Adolphus Musgrave died 1841, Canon of Windsor Sir Richard Musgrave, 3rd Baronet, of Hayton Castle c 1675–1711, MP for Cumberland 17 ...

                                               

Gozen

Shizuka Gozen 1165–1211, Japanese court dancer and mistress of Minamoto no Yoshitsune Hangaku Gozen, female samurai warrior of the late 12th and early 13th century Tomoe Gozen c. 1157–1247, female, possibly fictional, samurai warrior, a concubine ...

                                               

Kısmet Press

Kısmet Press is a not-for-profit open access publishing house based in Leeds, United Kingdom, specialising in research in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. It was founded in 2014 and has been active since late 2016.

                                               

Saint Severin

St. Severins Old Log Church, on the National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania St. Severin, Keitum church on Sylt, Germany Saint-Severin, Paris, in the Latin Quarter of Paris Basilica of St. Severin, Cologne St. Severin, a church in Eil ...

                                               

Constructing Post-Colonial India

Constructing Post-Colonial India: National Character and the Doon School is a 1998 book by Indian sociologist Sanjay Srivastava that surveys post-colonial Indian identity with a focus on The Doon School, an elite all-boys boarding school founded ...

                                               

Sirocco (disambiguation)

Siroco album by Paco de Lucia Paptimus Scirocco, a character from the anime series Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam Sirocco film, starring Humphrey Bogart Sirocco play, a play by Noel Coward Sirocco Australian band Scirocco, a character in the Silverwing ...

                                               

Boccaccio (disambiguation)

Giovanni Boccaccio was an Italian author and poet. Boccaccio may also refer to: Boccaccio Boccaccino 1467–c. 1525, an Italian painter Boccaccio 70, a 1962 film by Mario Monicelli, Federico Fellini, Luchino Visconti and Vittorio De Sica Boccaccio ...

                                               

Charles Gonzaga

Charles Clark Gonzaga may refer to: Charles II Gonzaga, 1609–1631, son of Carlo I, married to Maria Gonzaga Carlo Gonzaga of Milan died 1456, Lord of Sabbioneta Carlo I Gonzaga, or Charles I, Duke of Mantua 1580–1637, Lord of Montferrat, Duke of ...