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  1. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    1: ...specially replacing the [[Ford Excursion]]). For the science fiction book, see [[Expedition (book)]].'...
    6: ...a]] ([[15th century]] [[Portuguese]] explorer of the [[African]] coast)
    7: ...r]] ([[15th century]] [[Portuguese]] explorer of the [[African]] coast)
    12: ...rge Álvares]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]], the first to reach [[China]])
    17: ..., first at the [[South Pole]], first to navigate the [[Northwest Passage]] in a single ship
  2. Denis Diderot (13048 bytes)
    1: ...thumb|right|''Portrait of Diderot'' by [[Louis-Michel van Loo]], 1767]]
    3:
    5: ...[[free will]]. He is also known as the author of the essay ''Regrets on Parting with My Old Dressing G...
    7: ...l the pictures that we have of the daily life of the philosophic circle in Paris.
    10: ...tly added to this a short complementary essay on the sufficiency of [[natural religion]].
  3. Pakistan (74854 bytes)
    1: :''See [[2005 Kashmir earthquake]] for the 8 October 2005 [[earthquake]] in [[Pakistan-admin...
    4: common_name = Pakistan|the=|
    9: ... = [[Pak sarzamin shad bad]]<br>(Blessed Be The Sacred Land) |
    38: established_events = &nbsp;- Declared<br />&nbsp;- Rep...
    39: established_dates = From the [[United Kingdom]]<br />[[1947-08-14]]<br />[[195...
  4. Vermont (39851 bytes)
    8: Nickname = The Green Mountain State |
    30: HighestElev = 1,339 |
    36: ...he [[Canada|Canadian]] province of [[Quebec]] to the north.
    38: ...tal is [[Montpelier, Vermont|Montpelier]], while the largest city is [[Burlington, Vermont|Burlington]...
    42: ...m?), making it the 43rd largest in land area and the 47th in water area.
  5. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    1: The following list is an incomplete '''list of painte...
    10: *[[Michelangelo Buonarroti]], ([[1475]]-[[1564]]), Italian...
    16: *[[Rembrandt]], ([[1606]]-[[1669]]), [[Netherlands|Dutch]] [[painter]]
    22: *[[Hans von Aachen]] ([[1552]]-[[1615]])
    27: *[[Andreas Achenbach]] ([[1815]]-[[1910]])
  6. Benjamin Franklin (22881 bytes)
    2: ... [[Royal Society]]. In [[1775]], Franklin became the first [[United States Postmaster General]].
    4: ...[[lightning rod]], [[swimfin]]s, improvements to the [[glass harmonica]], and possibly [[bifocals]].
    9: ...[[1667]], to Peter Folger, a miller and schoolteacher, and his wife [[Mary Morrill]].
    11: ...f whom being half-siblings of Benjamin Franklin. They included: Elizabeth ([[March 2]] [[1678]]), Samu...
    13: ..., [[1688]]), and Joseph ([[June 30]], [[1689]]) (the first Joseph having died soon after birth).
  7. March 22 (9294 bytes)
    1: ...[Gregorian Calendar]] (82nd in [[Leap year]]s). There are 284 days remaining.
    6: ...lony]] sign a peace treaty with [[Massasoit]] of the [[Wampanoag]]s.
    7: ...tlers around [[Jamestown, Virginia]], a third of the colony's population.
    8: *[[1630]] - [[Massachusetts Bay Colony]] outlaws the possession of cards, [[dice]], and gaming tables.
    10: ... the first direct tax levied from [[England]] on the American colonies.
  8. March 23 (10340 bytes)
    1: ...[Gregorian Calendar]] (83rd in [[Leap year]]s). There are 283 days remaining.
    6: *[[752]] - [[Pope Stephen II|Stephen II]] becomes [[Pope]].
    7: ...s IX of France]] make substantial concessions to the [[Huguenots]].
    8: ...708]] - [[James Francis Edward Stuart]] lands at the [[Firth of Forth]].
    9: ...775]] - [[American Revolutionary War]]: [[Patrick Henry]] delivers his famous speech - "[[give me libe...
  9. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    1: The famous [[mathematician]]s are listed below in [[English language...
    7: *[[Abu'l-Hasan al-Uqlidisi]] (Arab mathematician, ? - ?)
    9: *[[Niels Henrik Abel]] (Norway, [[1802]] - [[1829]])
    13: *[[Wilhelm Ackermann]] (Germany, [[1896]] - [[1962]])
    29: *[[Alexander Anderson (mathematician)|Alexander Anderson]] (Scotland, [[1582]]...
  10. List of astronomers (40322 bytes)
    38: *[[Friedrich Wilhelm August Argelander]] ([[Germany]], [[1799]] &nda...
    41: *[[Svante Arrhenius]] ([[Sweden]], [[1859]] &ndash; [[1927]])
    42: *[[Arzachel (Al-Zarqali)]] (Muslim Spain, [[1028]] &ndash; [...
    68: *[[Wilhelm Beer]] ([[Germany]], [[1797]] &ndash; [[1850]])
    71: *[[Friedrich Bessel|Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel]] ([[Germany]], [[1784]] &ndash; [[1846]...
  11. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    1: ...opher]]s''' ''(and non-philosophers important in the history of philosophy)'', '''listed alphabeticall...
    13: *[[Johann Heinrich Abicht]], (1762-1816)
    21: *[[Robert Adams (philosopher)|Robert Adams]], (born 1937){{fn|O}}
    25: *[[Theodor Adorno]], (1903-1969){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    32: *[[Agrippa the Sceptic]], (1st/2nd century){{fn|R}}
  12. Voltaire (48640 bytes)
    1: {{dablink|For the singer and songwriter of the same name, see [[Voltaire (band)]].}}
    4: ...riter]], [[deism|deist]] and [[philosophy|philosopher]].
    8: ...oughout his life, Voltaire sometimes implied that he came from a [[noble]] background.
    10: ...other was very fond, married early; the elder brother, Armand, was a strong [[Jansenism|Jansenist]] an...
    12: ...], and probably kindled his lifelong devotion to the stage.
  13. Elamite Empire (23098 bytes)
    1: ...''For biblical characters named Elam, see [[Elam (Hebrew Bible)]].''
    4: ... [[Susa]], in what is now southwestern [[Iran]]. The Elamite period is considered to last from ca. [[2...
    5: ...and may thus be considered the starting point of the [[history of Iran]].
    8: ...ring of Elam, eldest son of [[Shem]] (see [[Elam (Hebrew Bible)]]).
    10: ...ame [[Khuzestan|Khuzest&#257;n]] is derived from the Old Persian root ''Hujiy&#257;'', which means "El...
  14. 18th century new (49640 bytes)
    2: ...n the [[Gregorian calendar]], in accordance with the [[Anno Domini]]/[[Common Era]] numbering system.
    4: ...ember 25|Dec. 25]], [[1776]], an iconic event of the [[American Revolutionary War|American Revolution]...
    6: ... the French revolution, they were on the side of the counterrevolution.
    8: ... human society and the geology of the surface of the earth.
    12: ...:Poltava battle.jpg|thumb|[[Peter the Great]] in the [[Battle of Poltava]]]]
  15. Saint Petersburg (36589 bytes)
    2: <!-- skip past this infobox to the text -->
    33: ...g|thumb|300px|The [[Neva]] river has been called the main street of St Petersburg]]
    36: ...va at the east end of the [[Gulf of Finland]] on the [[Baltic Sea]].
    38: ...rgest city, a major European cultural center and the most important Russian Baltic Sea port.
    40: ...080;&#1094;&#1072;). <!-- translator paraphrasing here from de: -->

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