'Alans' can also refer to...

Air Vice-Marshal Alan Moorhouse Charlesworth (1903—1978)

Alan (c. 1194—1234) magnate

Alan Alda (b. 1936)

Alan Alexander (b. 1941)

Alan Angell

Alan Ansen (1922—2006)

Alan Archibald Campbell Swinton (1863—1930) electrical engineer

Alan Arkin (b. 1934)

Alan Armitage

Alan Arnold Griffith (1893—1963) aero-engine designer

Alan Ayckbourn (b. 1939) English dramatist

Alan B. Krueger

Alan B. Wallace

Alan Baddeley

Alan Badel (1923—1982) actor and theatre producer

Alan Bailey

Alan Bailey Lowndes (1921—1978) landscape painter

Alan Balatine (fl. c. 1510—1570) supposed historian

Alan Ball (1945—2007) footballer and football manager

Alan Barnes (b. 1959)

Alan Basset (c. 1162—1232) administrator

Alan Bates (1934—2003) actor

Alan Bennett (b. 1934) English dramatist and actor

Alan Bergman

Alan Beyerchen

Alan Bleasdale (b. 1946)

Alan Blyth (1929—2007)

Alan Bold (b. 1943)

Alan Bolt (b. 1951)

Alan Bowman


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Nomadic people of southeastern Russia, who migrated eastwards as their lands were taken over by the Goths during the 3rd century ad. The advance of the Huns caused a movement westwards. Some Alans joined the Huns in the 370s ad. A tribe of Alans crossed into Spain in ad 409, where they joined forces with the Vandals.

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