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1906 – Born on the 20th of January in Smyrna, Ottoman Empire. 1925 – He received Argentinian and Greek citizenships. 1946 – He married Athena Livanos. 1954 – He was charged with violating the citizenship provision of the shipping laws which require, that all ships displaying the US flag be owned by be owned by ..

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384 BC – Aristotle was born in the small Greek township of Stagira (or Stagirus, or Stageirus), on the Chalcidic peninsula of Macedonia, in northern Greece. An ancient Greek philosopher and scientist, one of the two greatest intellectual figures produced by the Greeks (the other being Plato). 367 BC – He was sent to the ..

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1877 – Born on April 15th in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland. Scottish rationalistic moral philosopher and critic of utilitarianism who proposed a form of “cognitivist nondefinitism” based on intuitional knowledge rather than “naturalism”. 1902 – Ross’s notable academic and public career included his rise from lecturer to provost at Oriel College. 1908 – Schooled in the ..

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1929 – Jacqueline Lee Bouvier was born on the 28th of July in Southampton, New York. She attended elementary and middle school at The Chapin School in Manhattan, New York. She began her college education at Vassar College, in Poughkeepsie, New York.   1951 – Jacqueline took her first job as the "Inquiring Camera Girl" ..

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  Claudius Ptolemy was a Greek mathematician and astronomer who lived in Alexandria, Egypt during the second century CE. While little is known about the life of Ptolemy, his nomen, or clan name, Claudius, indicates that he was a Roman citizen while Ptolemy is a Homeric name appearing in Greek mythology. Ptolemy was born around ..

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428? BC – Born in Athens, or Aegina, Greece, the son of Ariston and Perictione. An ancient Greek philosopher, the second of the great trio of ancient Greeks—Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle—who between them laid the philosophical foundations of Western culture. 399 BC – The democracy condemned Socrates to death, and Plato and other Socratic men ..

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1320 – Born in Normandy. French Roman Catholic bishop, scholastic philosopher, economist, and mathematician whose work provided some basis for the development of modern mathematics and science and of French prose, particularly its scientific vocabulary. 1348 – His name appears on a list of graduate scholarship holders in theology at the College of Navarre at ..

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1950 – Born in New York City on the 11th of December.          – She also had one brother, Alexandros Onassis who died in a plane crash in Athens.          – Daughter and successor of Aristotle Onassis 1988 – Died on the 19th of November at the age 37 of pulmonary edema at ..

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