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A. Philip Randolph (1889—1979)

Adventures of Philip

Adventures of Philip Quarll

Alan Philip Frederick Sell (b. 1935)

Albert Edward Philip Henry Yorke (1867—1904) politician

Alexander Philip Wilson Philip (c. 1770—1851) physician and physiologist

Ambrose Philips (1674—1749) poet and playwright

Amos Philip McMahon (1890—1947)

Archer Philip Crouch (b. 1857)

Arthur Philip Perceval (1799—1853) Church of England clergyman and religious writer

C. Philip Beaman

Charles Philip Brown (1798—1884) Telugu scholar and Indologist

Charles Philip Mead (1887—1958) cricketer

Charles Philip Yorke (1764—1834) politician

Charles Philip Yorke (1799—1873) naval officer and politician

Charles Philip Yorke (1836—1897) landowner and bankrupt dandy

Charles Philips (1703—1747) portrait painter

David Philip

Dirk Philips (1504—1568)

duke of Edinburgh, Philip (b. 1921)

Duke of Edinburgh Philip (b. 1921)

E. P. (Ernst Philip) Goldschmidt (1887—1954)

E. Philip Davis

Elkan Philip Allan (1922—2006) journalist and television producer

Elton, the Revd Philip

Erasmus Philips (1699—1743) politician

Erasmus Philips (fl. c. 1710—1761) writer on economics

Evelyn Philip Shirley (1812—1882) antiquary and genealogist

F. C. Philips (1849—1921)

Frank Philip Bowden (1903—1968) experimental physicist


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Following the will left by his father Herod (1), was confirmed by Augustus tetrarch (see tetrarchy) of the northern part of his kingdom—designated as Batanea, Trachonitis, Auranitis, Gaulanitis (the Golan) ...

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