'Florence' can also refer to...

Academy of Florence

Adela Florence Nicolson (1865—1904) poet

Billy Florence (1831—1891)

Bob Florence (b. 1932)

Cassius and Florence (c. 300)

Council of Ferrara-Florence

Council of Florence

Dame Florence Barraclough Lambert (1871—1957) physician and public health administrator

Dame Florence Edith Victoria Simpson (1874—1956) controller of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps

Dame Florence May Hancock (1893—1974) trade union leader

Denis Florence MacCarthy (1817—1882) Young Irelander and poet

Duke of Florence

Evelyn Florence Kark (1928—1997) college head

Florence (c. 1254—1296) claimant to the Scottish throne

Florence Ada Keynes (1861—1958) social and political activist

Florence Annie Boot (1863—1952) businesswoman and benefactor

Florence Annie Evans (1915—2000) singer and teacher of singing

Florence Annie Yeldham (1877—1945) schoolteacher and historian of arithmetic

Florence Austral (1894—1968)

Florence Balgarnie (1856—1928) feminist and temperance campaigner

Florence Ballard (1943—1976)

Florence Barbara Maria Baker (1841—1916) traveller in Africa

Florence Caddy (1837—1923) writer

Florence Conry (c. 1560—1629) Roman Catholic archbishop of Tuam

Florence Crannell Means (1891—1980)

Florence Delay (b. 1944)

Florence Desmond (b. 1905)

Florence Easton (1884—1955)

Florence Eldridge (1901—1988)


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Founded in the 3rd century bc during the republican period of Roman history. Until the 13th century its demographic, political, and economic development would not have distinguished it from other ...

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

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