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A. C. Gilbert (1884—1962)

Adrian Gilbert Scott (1882—1963)

(Alphonse) Gilbert Charles Gidel (1880—1958)

Andrew Gilbert Wauchope (1846—1899) army officer

Anthony Gilbert (b. 1934)

Ashurst Turner Gilbert (1786—1870) bishop of Chichester

Aubrey L. Gilbert

Billy Gilbert (1893—1971)

Bruce Gilbert (b. 1946)

C. P. H. Gilbert (1860—1952)

Cass Gilbert (1859—1934)

Charles Sandoe Gilbert (1760—1831) druggist and topographer

Claude Gilbert (1652—1720)

Claudius the elder Gilbert (c. 1632—1696) Church of Ireland clergyman

Claudius the younger Gilbert (1670—1742) benefactor

Davies Gilbert (1767—1839) scientific administrator and applied mathematician

Dorie J. Gilbert

Edmund William Gilbert (1900—1973) geographer

Elizabeth Margaretta Maria Gilbert (1826—1885) campaigner for blind people

Émile-Narcisse-Jacques Gilbert (1793—1874)

Gabriel Gilbert (c. 1620—1680)

George David Gilbert (c. 1882—1919)

George Gilbert (c. 1564—1583) Roman Catholic layman

George Gilbert Scott (1839—1897) architect and scholar

Gilbert (b. 1943)


Gilbert (c. 1096—1145) bishop of Limerick

Gilbert (c. 1064—1134) bishop of London

Gilbert (c. 1097—1167) abbot of Cîteaux and theologian


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A reversed polarity chron in the mid Pliocene, which is followed by the Gauss normal polarity chron. It started about 5.70 Ma ago and lasted until 3.58 Ma. The Gilbert contains at least four normal polarity subchrons: Thvera; Sidufjall; Nunivak; and Cochiti.

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