'Arnold' can also refer to...

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


Arnold Abraham Goodman (1913—1995) solicitor and public servant

Arnold Adoff (b. 1935)

Arnold Arboretum

Arnold B. Horwitt (1918—1977)

Arnold Bennett (1867—1931) writer

Arnold Bidlake Mitchell (1864—1944)

Arnold Blanch (1896—1968)

Arnold Boate (1606—1653) biblical scholar and writer on natural history

Arnold Böcklin (1827—1901)

Arnold Bronckorst (fl. c. 1555—1596) painter

Arnold Charles Cooper Lock (1897—1965)

Arnold Charles Kettle (1916—1986) literary critic

Arnold Cooke (1906—2005)

Arnold Crane (b. 1932)

Arnold Daly (1875—1927)

Arnold Daniel Palmer (b. 1929) American golfer

Arnold Dunbar Smith (1866—1933)

Arnold Duncan McNair (1885—1973) jurist and judge

Arnold Elzey (1816—1871)

Arnold family

Arnold FitzThedmar (c. 1201—1274) alderman of London and chronicler

Arnold Frank Hills (1857—1927) shipbuilder and philanthropist

Arnold Friedman (1874—1946)

Arnold G. Kluge

Arnold Genthe (1869—1942)

Arnold Geulincx (1624—1669)

Arnold Goldsborough (1892—1964)


More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Opera


Quick Reference

1 (Rossini: Guillaume Tell). Ten. Son of Melcthal. He loves the Princess Mathilde, sister of the Austrian governor who dominates his country. After his father has been held hostage and killed, he helps Tell rid their country of Austrian domination. Created (1829) by Adolphe Nourrit.

2 (Henze: The English Cat). Bass. Nephew of Lord Puff, frightened he will be disinherited if Lord Puff and his new bride have offspring. Created (1983) by Roland Brecht.

Subjects: Opera.

Reference entries