64 Historical Figures

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Roman emperor who famously converted to Christianity
General murdered by a group of senators on the Ides of March
Leader of the Bolshevik Revolution
General during the Golden Age of Athens
Influential anti-federalist who purchased the Louisiana Territory
Conservative icon responsible for supply-side economics
Nationalized the Suez Canal
Father of the political belief that 'the ends justify the means'
Dictator responsible for the Holocaust
Catholic priest known for advocating scholasticism
Famous communist leader of North Vietnam
Responsible for introducing the printing press to Europe
Author of Das Kapital and The Communist Manifesto
Father of the Protestant Reformation
Nationalist notable for his nonviolent civil disobedience
Founder of The Academy in Athens
Founder of the Mali Empire whose epic story was passed on through oral tradition
Wrote a code of laws calling for 'an eye for an eye'
African king known as the wealthiest man of all time
First European to discover Hispaniola
Founding father of Kenya
Author of the Art of War
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Moroccan explorer who visited most of the 14th century Islamic world
Mathematician known for his laws of motion
Leader of the Latin American push for independence
Last president of the Soviet Union
First emperor of Rome who implemented its police force
Naturalist who developed the theory of natural selection
French emperor defeated at Waterloo
Macedonian conquerer who spread Hellenistic culture
Czar who westernized and militarized the Russian Empire
Longest reigning female monarch in history
Founder of the Republic of Turkey
Created Japan's 17-article constitution
Catholic nun who founded the Missionaries of Charity
Indian emperor known for his conquests and support of Buddhism
Led China into a socialist market economy
British prime minister who received the Nobel Prize for Literature
Scottish author of The Wealth of Nations
Conquerer who united the Mongols
South African president who opposed apartheid
Egyptian pharaoh also known as 'Ozymandias'
Philosopher who pioneered traditional logic
Holy Roman emperor sometimes called the father of Europe
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Spaniard responsible for the conquest of the Incan Empire
Carthaginian general of the second Punic War
Chinese politician who spurred the Cultural Revolution
Italian astronomer who championed a heliocentrism
Japanese shogun whose reign started 300 years of relative peace
British demographic scholar
Physician considered the father of western medicine
Enlightenment thinker who heavily influenced the American Revolution
The 'Sun King' who he made the Palace of Versailles a symbol of absolute monarchy
Led the first voyage to circumnavigate the globe
American philanthropist considered one of the most powerful women alive
French Enlightenment figure who advocated complete freedom of religion
Developed the theory of relativity
Polio-ridden leader responsible for the 'New Deal'
Greek philosopher arrested for 'corrupting the youth'
Venetian traveller who served on the court of Kublai Khan
Conquistador responsible for the fall of the Aztec Empire
Persian emperor known for his religious tolerance
'The Man of Steel'; known for mass purges of his enemies
Monarch whose navy defeated the Spanish Armada

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