Characters - Alphabetical
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ScipioAemilianusThe Rome's foremost general.
PharaohAkhenatenAn Egyptian Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty.
BuzzAldrinAn Astronaut.
KingAlyattesThe King of Lydia in 640 B.C.
MarieAntoinetteThe last Queen of France. Louis XVI's wife.
NeilArmstrongAn Astronaut.
KingArthurA legendary British leader.
MarcusAureliusA Roman Emperor.
FrancisBaconFormer Lord Chancellor of England.
JosephBanksA Botanist.
OsamaBin LadenThe founder of the military organization called "Al-Qaeda".
GautamaBuddhaThe Leader of Buddhism.
KingChak TokOne of the Tikal's best-known Kings.
JesusChristFirst century Jewish preacher. The Christian God's messenger.
GeorgeChurchA Harvard professor.
ChristopherColombusAn Italian explorer.
EmperorConstantineThe Emperor of the Roman Empire.
JamesCookA British explorer.
HernanCortesA Spanish Conquistador who invaded Mexico.
AustralopithecusA Southern Ape.
VascoDa GamaA Spanish Voyager.
CharlesDarwinA naturalist who discovered the evolution of man.
KingDavidThe King of Israel.
HomoDenisovaAn Unknown human species who lived in Denisova Cave.
Homo NeanderthalensisThe siblings of humans (Europe and Western Asia).
CharlesDickensA writer.
ElizaDoolittleA fictional character at George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion.
KingEdward IFormer King of England.
King Edward IIKing Edward I's and Eleanor's son.
Albert EinsteinA theoretical physicist.
DwightEisenhowerFormer U.S. President.
HafezEl-AsaadFormer President of Syria.
HomoErectusThe siblings of humans (East Asia).
PhileasFoggA wealthy British adventurer.
BenjaminFranklinThe founding father of the United States.
GalileoGalileiAn Astronomer.
Mohandas K.GandhiAn Indian Activist.
KingGilgameshThe King of Uruk.
MikhailGorbachevFormer General Secretary of Communist Party in Soviet Union.
SamuelGreedyA financier.
EdmondHalleyA man who published actuary tables.
LadyHaoA wife of King Wu Ding of Shang dynasty. Aka: Fu Hao.
HarryHarlowAn American Psychologist.
ZhengHeA Chinese Diplomat.
HenryHigginsA fictional character at George Bernard Shaw's pygmalion.
Qin ShiHuangdiA former Emperor of China.
SaddamHusseinFormer President of Iraq.
AldousHuxleyA writer.
ElJabatoImaginary Iberian hero who fought against Roman oppressors.
FranceJeanFormer King of France.
ThomasJeffersonThe 3rd U.S. President.
WilliamJonesA Notable Imperialist scholar.
EduardoKacA Brazilian bio-artist.
DanielKahnemanA winner of a Nobel Prize in Economics.
KublaiKhanA Khagan of the Mogul Empire.
ClennonKingA black student who applied to the University of Mississippi.
Martin LutherKingAn American Baptist Minister.
The KuKlux ClanA white supremacist secret society.
JohnLawA Scottish economist.
Anton VanLeeuwenhoekThe man who first saw a microorganism.
Vladimir IlyichLeninA Russian Revolutionary.
PantheraLeoThe species of Leo The Genus Panthera.
KingLeopold IIThe King of Belgium.
JamesLindBritish physician conducted controlled experiment on sailors.
KingLouis XIVFormer King of France.
ColinMacLaurinA mathematics professor at the University of Edinburgh.
FerdinandMagellanA Portuguese Explorer.
AngraMainyuThe evil God of Zoroastrianism.
RobertMalthusA clergyman who founded the science of demography.
KarlMarxA philosopher.
AhuraMazdaThe good God of Zoroastrianism.
JaneMcDoughnutAn experienced El Dorado chef.
ClaudiaMitchellAn American soldier who lost her arm in a motorcycle accident.
HosniMubarakFormer President of Egypt.
IsaacNewtonOne of the most influential scientists of all time.
BarackObamaFormer U.S. President. The only black American President.
PaulOf TarsusOne of Jesus' apostle.
DukeOf WellingtonNapoleon's nemesis.
RobertOppenheimerThe father of the Atomic Bomb.
GeorgeOrwellA writer.
ArmandPeugeotAn industrialist who owned Peugeot Car Company.
KingPhilipHusband of Queen Olympias of Macedon.
Antoninius PiusA Roman Emperor.
FranciscoPizarroAn explorer who discovered the Inca Empire in South America.
HenryRawlinsonA British officer.
Jean-JacquesRousseauA philosopher.
HomoRudolfensisThe siblings of humans (East Africa).
SeptimiusSeverusA scion of a Punic family from Libya. An Emperor.
George BernardShawA playwright.
MaryShelleyThe author of Frankenstein.
HomerSimpsonThe protagonist in the American sitcom called "The Simpsons".
AdamSmithA Scottish economist.
DanielSolanderA Botanist. Joseph Banks's colleague.
HomoSoloensisA kind of species who lived on the island of Java in Indonesia.
ProfessorSproutWants to study whether the cows suffer mentally.
A.A.StoneAn up and coming contractor in El Dorado.
ProfessorStughornMan who studies disease that infects the udders of cows.
JesseSullivanAn American electrician who lost both arms up to the shoulder.
PrinceTalleyrandFormer minister of foreign affairs in the kingdom of France.
GobekliTepeAn archaeological site in the Southeast Anatolia Region.
Alexander The GreatThe King of ancient Greek, kingdom of Macedon.
CyrusThe GreatAn Achaemid-Persian King.
SargonThe GreatThe first ruler of Akkadian Empire.
RichardThe LionheartThe King of England in 1189.
HenryThe NavigatorA Portuguese Voyager.
HarryTrumanFormer U.S. President.
JulesVerneA French Novelist.
AmerigoVespucciAn Italian explorer.
NuWaA Chinese Goddess.
MartinWaldseemullerA mapmaker.
Alexander WebsterA Presbyterian clergyman in Scotland.
WuZetianA Chinese Sovereign. Aka: Empress Wu.
KingZimrilimThe King of Mari.
Achiless Thetis's son.
Allah The God of Muslim.
Alphonso King Edward I's and Eleanor's son.
Ananke A Nordic God.
Anu The God in the Code of Hammurabi.
Apollo One of the Greek Gods.
Aristotle A Greek philosopher.
Atahualpa The Inca ruler.
Aten The Egyptian God.
Augustus A Roman statesman.
Aurora A monkey who learned to control bionic arm.
Babylon The world's biggest city in 1776 B.C.
Beethovens A famous composer.
Berengeria King Edward I's and Eleanor's daughter.
Calgacus The chieftain of the Caledonian confederacy.
Catherine King Edward I's and Eleanor's daughter.
Cleopatra The last active ruler of Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt.
Cybele The Asian Goddess.
DARPA The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Diogenes A Greek philosopher.
Elagabalus A Syrian. A Roman Emperor.
Eleanor King Edward I's wife.
Eleanor (2) King Edward I's and Eleanor's daughter.
Elizabeth King Edward I's and Eleanor's daughter.
Enlil The God in the Code of Hammurabi.
Esau Son of Isaac.
Ganesha The elephant-headed God in Hinduism.
Hadrian A Roman Emperor.
Hammurabi The 6th king of the first babylon dynasty.
Henry King Edward I's and Eleanor's son.
Hera The Queen of the Greek Gods. Zeus's wife and sister.
Isabella King Edward II's wife.
Isis The Egyptian Goddess.
Jacob A prophet.
Joan King Edward I's and Eleanor's daughter.
John King Edward I's and Eleanor's son.
Juliet One of the protagonists in the novel Romeo and Juliet.
Lakshmi The Hindu's Goddess of Wealth.
Louis XVI The last King of France.
Mardu The God in the Code of Hammurabi.
Mary King Edward I's and Eleanor's daughter.
Menes The first Pharaoh.
Moira A Nordic God.
Montezuma II An Aztec ruler.
Muhammad Allah's messenger.
Napoleon III Former President of French Republic.
Nurhaci A Conqueror.
NUWC Naval Undersea Warfare Center.
Patroclus Achilles' war companion.
Peugeot One of the oldest and largest carmakers in Europe.
Romeo One of the protagonists in the novel Romeo and Juliet.
Saraswati The Hindu's Goddess of Knowledge.
Tacitus A Roman historian.
Thetis The Goddess of water in Greek mythology.
Trajan A Roman Emperor.
Truganini The last native Tasmanian.
Valence A Roman Emperor.
Voltaire A French writer.
Zeus The King of the Greek Gods.
Zoroaster An Iranian prophet. Aka: Zarathustra.
Zoroastrianism A religion that Zarathustra founded.