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Basil Bernard Bernstein (1924—2000) sociologist

Basil Binyon (1885—1977) electrical engineer

Basil Boioannes (1017)

Basil Bunting (1900—1985) poet

Basil Cameron (1884—1975) conductor

Basil Champneys (1842—1935) architect and author

Basil Charles Wright (1907—1987) maker of documentary films and author

Basil Clive Dearden (1911—1971) film director

Basil Coetzee (1944—1998)

Basil Davidson

Basil Dowling (1910—2000)

Basil Edward Butler (1902—1986) Roman Catholic bishop and theologian

Basil Elachistos (1925)

Basil Feilding (c. 1608—1675) parliamentarian army officer and politician

Basil Fomeen

Basil George Mitchell (b. 1917)

Basil Gray (1904—1989) museum curator

Basil H. Johnston (b. 1929)

Basil H. Liddell Hart (1895—1970) military thinker and historian

Basil Hall (1788—1844) naval officer and author

Basil Hall Chamberlain (1850—1935) Japanologist

Basil Harwood (1859—1949) organist and composer

Basil Herbert Dean (1888—1978) theatre producer


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Archbishop of Seleukeia (from ca.440); ecclesiastical writer; died after 468. Basil vacillated publicly and dramatically in his attitude toward Eutyches and Monophysitism—either from opportunism or genuine changes of heart. He ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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