This website does readability filtering of other pages. All styles, scripts, forms and ads are stripped. If you want your website excluded or have other feedback, use this form.

Browse In Royalty, rulers, and aristocracy | Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Jump to Content Menu User Account

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Browse Occupations
Agriculture
Armed forces and intelligence services
Art and architecture
Business and finance
Education and scholarship
Individuals
Law and crime
Manufacture and trade
Media and performing arts
Medicine and health
Music
Politics
Religion and belief
Royalty, rulers, and aristocracy
Science and technology
Social welfare and reform
Sports, games, and pastimes
Transport
Travel and exploration
Writing and publishing
Browse All
Religious Affiliation
Buddhism
Christianity
Hinduism
Islam
Judaism
Other
Sikhism
Browse All
Close

Royalty, rulers, and aristocracy

Sign In Modify your search Subscriber sign in Sign in via your Institution

Narrow Your Choices

Modify your search

Format

Type

Articles containing

Sex

Life event

Dates before common era (BC)

E.g. 0014BC

Occupations

Religious Affiliation

Publication date

1-20 of 4,934 results  for:

  • Royalty, rulers, and aristocracy x
Clear all 1234567 ... 246247

Article

Abbas Hilmi ['Abbās Ḥilmi] II (1874–1944), last khedive of Egypt  

Michael T. Thornhill

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

Abbas Hilmi ['Abbās Ḥilmi] II (1874–1944), last khedive of Egypt, was born on 14 July 1874 in Alexandria, Egypt, the son of Muhammad Tawfiq (1852–1892), sixth ruler of Egypt under the dynasty founded in 1811 by his great-great-grandfather Mehmet Ali, and Princess Emine Hanem...

Article

Abberbury family (per. c. 1270–c. 1475), gentry  

Simon Walker

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

Abberbury family (per. c. 1270–c. 1475), gentry, of Donnington, Berkshire, was for several generations a highly successful family. The rise and decline of the Abberburys is typical of the volatility of the fortunes of many later medieval gentry families. Established as early as 1208 as one of the leading freeholding families in the ...

Article

Abberbury, Sir John (c. 1316–1346)  

Simon Walker

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abberbury family

Article

Abberbury, Sir Richard (d. 1334)  

Simon Walker

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abberbury family

Article

Abberbury, Sir Richard (c. 1330–1399)  

Simon Walker

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See

Article

Abberbury, Sir Richard (d. 1416)  

Simon Walker

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abberbury family

Article

Abberbury, Richard (d. after 1473)  

Simon Walker

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abberbury family

Article

Abberbury, Thomas (d. 1307)  

Simon Walker

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abberbury family

Article

Abberbury, Thomas (d. 1416)  

Simon Walker

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abberbury family

Article

Abdullah ibn Hussein ['Abd Allāh ibn al-Ḥusayn] (1882–1951), emir of Transjordan and founder of the Hashemite kingdom of Jordan  

Michael T. Thornhill

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

Abdullah ibn Hussein ['Abd Allāh ibn al-Ḥusayn] (1882–1951), emir of Transjordan and founder of the Hashemite kingdom of Jordan, was born in February 1882 in Mecca in the Ottoman province of Hejaz. He was the second of three sons of Hussein ibn Ali...

Article

Abenon, d', family (per. 1086–c. 1400), gentry  

Anne Polden

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

Abenon, d', family (per. 1086–c. 1400), gentry, were a knightly family holding lands from 1086 onwards. They gradually extended their estates and became prominent in the county community in Surrey without ever participating notably in national affairs.

Roger d'Abenon (d. before 1100...

Article

Abenond', Elizabeth (b. 1340, d. after 1394)  

Anne Polden

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abenon, d', family

Article

Abenond', Enguerrand (fl. c. 1113–1130)  

Anne Polden

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abenon, d', family

Article

Abenond', Enguerrand (d. before 1194)  

Anne Polden

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abenon, d', family

Article

Abenond', Gilbert (d. 1236)  

Anne Polden

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abenon, d', family

Article

Abenond', John (1223–1277)  

Anne Polden

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abenon, d', family

Article

Abenond', John (d. 1327)  

Anne Polden

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abenon, d', family

Article

Abenond', John (1267?–1344/5)  

Anne Polden

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abenon, d', family

Article

Abenond', Roger (d. before 1100)  

Anne Polden

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abenon, d', family

Article

Abenond', Sir Roger (d. before 1210)  

Anne Polden

In 

Publication History:

Published in print:
23 September 2004
Published online:
23 September 2004

See Abenon, d', family

1234567 ... 246247 Oxford University Press Copyright © Oxford University Press 2019.

Printed from Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Under the terms of the licence agreement, an individual user may print out a single article for personal use (for details see Privacy Policy and Legal Notice).

date: 17 October 2019

  • [199.195.251.176]
  • 199.195.251.176