'Gabriel' can also refer to...

Alan Gabriel Barnsley (1916—1986) novelist and poet

Albert(-Louis) Gabriel (1883—1972)

Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps (1803—1860)

Alfred Guillaume Gabriel Orsay (1801—1852)

Ana Gabriel

Ange-Jacques Gabriel (1698—1782)

Antoine-Gabriel Quervelle (1789—1856)

Bert Cyril James Gabriel Knight (1904—1981) microbiologist

Bonnie Gabriel

Caius Gabriel Cibber (c. 1630—1700) sculptor

Charles Gabriel Seligman (1873—1940) ethnologist

Charles-Gabriel Potier des Cailletières (1774—1838)

(Charles-Gabriel Sauvage) Lemire (1741—1827)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828—1882) painter and poet

(Edward Oswald) Gabriel Turville Petre (1908—1978) Icelandic scholar

Eisenstein, Gabriel von

Félix-Gabriel Marchand (1832—1900)


Gabriel A. Almond

Gabriel Ananda (b. 1977)

Gabriel Andreescu

Gabriel Bacquier (b. 1924)

Gabriel Barletta (1480)

Gabriel Bataille (c. 1575—1630)

Gabriel Beck (c. 1622—1662) lawyer and politician

Gabriel Beranger (1729—1817) landscape draughtsman

Gabriel Bethlen (1580—1629)

Gabriel Biel (c. 1420—1495)

Gabriel Bonnot de Mably (1709—1785)


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(b. 1776; d. 10 October 1800), slave insurrectionist.

The enslaved revolutionary known only as Gabriel was born near Richmond, Virginia, at Brookfield, the Henrico County plantation of Thomas Prosser. By ...

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