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  1. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    1: ...sion]]). For the science fiction book, see [[Expedition (book)]].''
    21: ...tish Empire|British]] naval officer, several expeditions to the [[Canada|Canadian]] [[Arctic]]
    30: ...7]]?), [[Morocco|Moroccan]] [[Berber]] Muslim, visited [[Mecca]] several times, travelled to [[Central...
    35: *[[Vitus Bering]]
    36: *[[Vittorio Bottego]] (1860,1897), Italian explorer of the [[Giuba]] region in north-ea...
  2. Puritan (15882 bytes)
    1: The '''Puritans''' were members of a group of radical [[Protes...
    4: ...would be "[[Fundamentalism|fundamentalist]]": Puritanism was a movement rather than a denomination.
    5: ...ents, and not by the simple and nebulous term "Puritan."
    8: ...utheran Germany]]. These contacts shaped their position towards Elizabeth's religious [[via media]] (m...
    10: ...sthood of all believers]]. However, in church polity (organization of church power), they differed.
  3. List of people by name: Ac (3800 bytes)
    5: ...aries, Louis]], (born 1954), boxer, former world title challenger, now promoter
    8: ..., Marcel]], (1899-1974), playwrighter and scriptwriter
    9: ... Achebe|Achebe, Chinua]], (born 1930), Nigerian writer
    59: *[[Uriel Acosta|Acosta, Uriel]], (1585-1640), philosopher
  4. Anna of Austria (1601-1666) (1994 bytes)
    6: ...1640]]. The marriage was not a happy one, filled with mistrust, and King Louis tried to prevent her fr...
    8: ...r her son. In [[1659]], the war with Spain ended with the [[Treaty of the Pyrenees]]. The following ye...
  5. Painting (4567 bytes)
    2: ...r about 6 times as long as they have been using written language. Artistic painting is considered by m...
    24: *[[Computer painting]] (Digital)
    34: ... such as [[viscosity]], [[miscibility]], [[solubility]], drying time, etc.
    48: *[[Spray paint]] ([[Graffiti]])
    52: ...c discussions about contemporary painting, though it continues to be used in popular contexts.
  6. Portugal (61755 bytes)
    1: ...ddition, Portugal includes several [[island]] territories in the [[Atlantic Ocean|Atlantic]], such as ...
    5: ...th centuries]], Portugal was a major economic, political, and cultural power. The [[Portuguese Empire]...
    7: ...and economic progress in the subsequent decades, with a clear slow-down in the last few years.
    12: ===Lusitania===
    13: ...tanian|Pre-Roman]]''' and '''[[Lusitania|Roman Lusitania]]'''''
  7. Spain (36498 bytes)
    1: ..., and the tiny [[Parsley Island]] ([[Disputed territories|disputed]]). Due to the [[Spanish colonisati...
    15: capital = [[Madrid]] |
    17: largest_city = [[Madrid]] |
    19: leader_titles = [[Kings of Spain|King]]<br>[[President of th...
    23: area_magnitude = 1 E11 |
  8. Biography (6028 bytes)
    1: ...birth, education, work, relationships and death. It also delves into the emotions of experiencing suc...
    8: ...bes]] commissioned by the various rulers of antiquity: ancient [[Assyria]], ancient [[Babylonia]], anc...
    16: ...people, vehicles for [[conversion]] to [[Christianity]].
    22: ...English language]] biography appeared in history with the publication of a biography of [[Plutarch]] b...
    24: ... letters, it presented its subject to the reader with an intimacy and detail rarely seen before that t...
  9. Plymouth Colony (2283 bytes)
    1: ...ot have rights to and later reached an agreement with the [[Plymouth Council for New England]] which h...
    3: ...ists aboard their ship, the ''[[Mayflower]]'', as it lay off-shore. On [[December 21]], [[1620]], 102 ...
    5: ...] got its new charter in [[1691]], Plymouth ended its history as a separate colony.
    7: ...ymouth Colony signed a peace treaty with [[Massasoit]] of the [[Wampanoag]]s.
    13: *[[British colonization of the Americas]]
  10. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    10: ...[[Michelangelo Buonarroti]], ([[1475]]-[[1564]]), Italian [[sculptor]] and [[painter]]
    11: *[[Leonardo da Vinci]], ([[1452]]-[[1519]]), Italian painter, sculptor and inventor
    15: ...llo Santi|Raphael]], ([[1483]]-[[1520]]), [[Italy|Italian]] [[painter]]
    18: *[[Peter Paul Rubens]], ([[1577]]-[[1640]]), Belgian painter
    90: *[[Edward Mitchell Bannister]] ([[1828]]-[[1901]])
  11. Macau (16856 bytes)
    22: ...>- Total ([[2004]])<br>- [[Population density|Density]]
    40: ...e [[People's Republic of China]] in [[1999]], and it is now run as a [[Special Administrative Region]]...
    42: ...iginating from Portuguese descent, usually mixed with Chinese blood.
    44: ...ong Kong]] often take a one-day excursion to the city. [[Ferry]] service by [[hydrofoil]] between Hong...
    48: ...d [[Beitai]] ({{zh-cp|c=&#21271;&#21488;|p=B&#283;itኽ}).
  12. January 1 (18244 bytes)
    1: ...anuary 1 was called ''New Year's Day'', and was, with [[Christmas]] and occasionally [[Twelfth Night (...
    7: *[[404]] - Last known [[gladiator]] competition in [[Rome]] takes place.
    16: *[[1788]] - First edition of ''[[The Times]]'' of [[London]], previously...
    17: ...[1797]] - Albany replaces New York City as the capital on New York.
    18: ...d [[Kingdom of Ireland]] is completed to form [[United Kingdom]]
  13. March 17 (9666 bytes)
    6: ...ar]] defeats the [[Pompey|Pompeian]] forces of [[Titus Labienus]] and [[Gnaeus Pompeius|Pompey the You...
    9: ...[St. Patrick's Day]] is celebrated in [[New York City]] for the first time (at the Crown and Thistle T...
    10: ...ashington]] places [[artillery]] overlooking the city.
    11: ...ingdom of Italy (Napoleonic)|Kingdom of Italy]], with Napoleon as King.
    13: *[[1861]] - The Kingdom of [[Italy]] is proclaimed.
  14. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    1: ...glish language|English]] [[alphabet]]ical [[transliteration]] order (by [[surname]]).
    12: ...[[Ralph Abraham|Ralph H. Abraham]] (USA, [[University of California, Santa Cruz]])
    14: *[[John Couch Adams]] (United Kingdom, [[1819]] - [[1892]])
    16: *[[Maria Gaetana Agnesi]] (Italy, [[1718]] - [[1799]])
    23: *[[Giacomo Albanese]] (Italy, Brazil)
  15. Thomas Hobbes (26163 bytes)
    2: ...portrait by John Michael Wright ([[National Portrait Gallery]], London)]]
    4: ...lish (people)|English]] [[Political philosophy|political philosopher]], most famous for his book ''[[L...
    6: ...] and wrote one of the replies to Descartes' ''Meditations.''
    10: ...The principal of Magdalen was the aggressive [[Puritan]] [[John Wilkinson (scholar)|John Wilkinson]] a...
    12: ...f Devonshire]]), and began a lifelong connection with that family.
  16. Rene Descartes (17976 bytes)
    1: ...sequent western philosophy is a reaction to his writings, which have been closely studied from his tim...
    2: [[Image:Rene-Descartes-portrait-photo-image-crca.jpg|thumb|400px|Rene Descartes I...
    4: ...at he will write on his topic "as if no one had written on these matters before". Nevertheless, many e...
    6: ...of the [[electronic computer]] and by the possibility of [[machine intelligence]], blossomed into, e.g...
    8: His most famous statement is ''[[Cogito ergo sum]]'' (''I think, therefore I am.'').
  17. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    6: *[[Firmin Abauzit]], (1679-1767)
    17: *[[Uriel Acosta]], (1585-1640)
    43: *[[Rogers Albritton]]
    112: *[[Titus Pomponius Atticus]], (110-32 BC)
    163: *[[James Beattie (writer)|James Beattie]], (1735-1803){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
  18. Chimpanzee (10645 bytes)
    9: ...ntry | taxon = '''''Pan'''''}}<br>{{Taxobox_authority | author = [[Lorenz Oken|Oken]] | date = [[1816]...
    17: ...g in [[West Africa|West]] and [[Central Africa]]. Its cousin, the [[Bonobo]] or Pygmy Chimpanzee (''Pa...
    23: ...t have been known to reach the age of 60 in captivity.
    26: ...lighter in younger individuals, darkening as maturity is reached. Bonobos have longer arms and tend t...
    30: ...'pan' occurring in 'chim''pan''zee' and attribute it to [[Pan (mythology)|Pan]], a rural ancient Greek...
  19. Ottoman Empire (16587 bytes)
    4: ... colspan=2 style="text-align: left; background: white;" |
    11: ...<br/><small>''The Ottoman Empire at the height of its power''</small>
    14: | ''El Muzaffer Daima The Ever Victorious'' (as written in tugra)
    19: | '''[[Capital]]'''
    20: ...Istanbul|&#x130;stanbul]] ([[Constantinople]]/[[Asitane]]/[[Konstantiniyye]] )
  20. History of Germany (53864 bytes)
    3: ... exerted influence upon Western civilization from its very beginnings.
    5: ... medieval empire. By the same reasoning, [[Adolf Hitler]] referred to [[Nazi Germany]] (1933&ndash;194...
    7: ...e begins with the Roman-Germanic period and ends with the Unification of the two Germanys in [[1990]]....
    12: ...lius Tacitus.jpg|thumb|150px|[[Gaius Cornelius Tacitus]], author of ''Germania'', a descriptive work a...
    13: ...Germanic peoples thrust into [[Celts|Celtic]] territory from [[Schleswig-Holstein]], advancing to the ...

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