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Alexios III Angelos (1195—1203)

Alexios IV Angelos (1203—1204)



Angelo Bada (1876—1941)

Angelo Barile (1880—1967)

Angelo Beolco (c. 1500—1542)

Angelo, Bobby, And The Tuxedos

Angelo Brofferio (1802—1866)

Angelo Calogerà (1699—1768)

Angelo Camillo De Meis (1817—1891)

Angelo Clareno (c. 1255—1337)

Angelo Colocci (1474—1549)

Angelo Costantini (c. 1655—1729)

Angelo Dalmistro (1754—1839)

Angelo De Gubernatis (1840—1913)

Angelo Decembrio (1415—1467)

Angelo Fabroni (1732—1803)

Angelo Fortunato Formiggini (1878—1938)

Angelo Gavezzotti

Angelo Gobbato (b. 1943)

Angelo Grillo (c. 1560—1629)

Angelo Ingegneri (1550—1613)

Angelo J. Bellomo

Angelo John Lewis (1839—1919) journalist and writer on magic

Angelo Loukakis (b. 1951)

Angelo Mai (1782—1854)

Angelo Mangiarotti (b. 1921)

Angelo Maria D'elci (1754—1824)

Angelo Maria Ripellino (1923—1978)


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(Ἄγγελος, fem. ᾽Αγγελίνα), a noble Byz. lineage founded by Constantine from Philadelphia, who married Theodora (born 1096), the daughter of Alexios I. According to a 12th-C. historian (Zon. 3:740.1–2), Constantine ...

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