(c. 640—724)

'George' can also refer to...

Abbé Georges Édouard Lemaître (1894—1966)

Admiral Sir George Fowler King-Hall (1850—1939)

Admiral Sir George Francis Hyde (1877—1937)

Admiral Sir Percy Fenwick George Grant (1867—1952)

Adolphus George Charles Liddell (1846—1920) society figure and lawyer

Adolphus George Taylor (1857—1900)

Aeneas James George Mackay (1839—1911) legal and historical writer

Air Marshal Sir George Jones (1896—1992)

Alan George Lewers Shaw (b. 1916)

Alasdair George S. Clayre (1935—1984)

Albert George Adam Balz (1887—1957)

Albert George Brighton (1900—1988) palaeontologist and curator

Albert George Hill (1889—1969) athlete and coach

Albert George Sandeman (1833—1923) port and sherry producer

Albert Henry George Grey (1851—1917) governor-general of Canada

Alexander Augustus Frederick William Alfred George Cambridge (1874—1957) army officer and governor-general of South Africa

Alexander George Fraser (1786—1865) genre and domestic painter

Alexander George Fraser (1785—1853) army officer

Alexander George Pirie (1836—1904) paper manufacturer

Alexander George Richey (1830—1883) historian

Alexander George the younger Findlay (1812—1875) geographer and hydrographer

Alexander George Walkden (1873—1951) trade unionist and politician

Alexander 'Papa George' Lightfoot (1924—1971)

Alfred George Edwards (1848—1937) archbishop of Wales

Alfred George Gardiner (1865—1946) newspaper editor and journalist

Alfred George Hogg (1875—1954) theologian and missionary

Algernon George Percy (1810—1899) landowner and politician

All Things Must Pass (George Harrison album)

Allen & Unwin, George

Amiroutzes, George


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‘Bishop of the Arabs’. He became bishop of the Arab nomads in Mesopotamia in 686. His writings are one of the main sources for the history of Syriac Christianity.

Subjects: Christianity.

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