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Ignacio Noé

born January 27th, 1965

Ignacio Noé, usually known simply as Noé, is an artist in a wide range of graphic genres, working in comics, children's books, magazine illustration and erotic comics, in a highly rendered style that utilizes both digital and traditional media. His works include "The Piano Tuner", "Ship of Fools" and most notably "The Convent of Hell".

Ignacio Ramonet

born May 5th, 1943

Ignacio Ramonet Miguez is a Spanish academic, journalist and writer who has been based in Paris for much of his career. After becoming first known for writing on film and media, he became editor-in-chief of Le Monde diplomatique, serving from 1991 until March 2008. Under his leadership, LMD established editorial independence in 1996 from Le Monde, with which it had been affiliated since 1954.

Ignacio Zaragoza

born March 24th, 1829

Ignacio Zaragoza Seguín was a Mexican general and politician. He led the Mexican army of 600 men that defeated 6,500 invading French forces, including the elite French legionnaires at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.

Ignacy Łukasiewicz

born March 8th, 1822

Jan Józef Ignacy Łukasiewicz was a Polish pharmacist, engineer, businessman, inventor, and philanthropist. He was one of the most prominent philanthropists in the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, crown land of Austria-Hungary. He was a pioneer who in 1856 built the world's first modern oil refinery.

Ignacy Tokarczuk

born February 1st, 1918

Ignacy Tokarczuk was a Polish prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.

Ignatius Aphrem II

born May 3rd, 1965

Moran Mor Ignatius Aphrem II is a Syrian-American Christian prelate who is serving as the Patriarch of the Syriac Orthodox Church since 29 May 2014.

Ignatius Ganago

born February 16th, 1999

Ignatius Ganago is a Cameroonian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Ligue 1 club Nantes and the Cameroon national team.

Ignatius IV of Antioch

born April 4th, 1920

Patriarch Ignatius IV was the Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch and All The East from 1979 to 2012.

Ignatius Moses I Daoud

died April 7th, 2012

Ignatius Basile Moses I Daoud was Patriarch of Antioch for the Syrian Catholic Church, a Cardinal Bishop, and Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches in the Catholic Church.

Ignatius Zakka I

April 21st, 1933 - March 21st, 2014

Ignatius Zakka I Iwas was the 122nd reigning Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and All the East and, as such, Supreme Head of the Universal Syriac Orthodox Church. Also known by his traditional episcopal name, Severios, he was enthroned as patriarch on 14 September 1980 in St. George's Patriarchal Cathedral in Damascus. He succeeded Ignatius Ya`qub III. As is traditional for the head of the church, Mor Severios adopted the name Ignatius.

Ignazio Donati

died January 21st, 1638

Ignazio Donati was an Italian composer of the early Baroque era. He was one of the pioneers of the style of the concertato motet.

Ignazio Silone

born May 1st, 1900

Secondino Tranquilli, known by the pseudonym Ignazio Silone, was an Italian political leader, novelist, and short-story writer, world-famous during World War II for his powerful anti-fascist novels. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature at least ten times.

Ignjat Đurđević

died January 21st, 1731

Ignjat Đurđević was a baroque poet and translator from the Republic of Ragusa, best known for his long poem Uzdasi Mandaljene pokornice. He wrote poetry in three languages: Latin, Italian and Croatian.

Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff

died December 28th, 2021

Igor Youriévitch Bogdanoff and Grégoire "Grichka" Youriévitch Bogdanoff were French twin television presenters, producers, and essayists who, from the 1970s on, presented various subjects in science fiction, popular science, and cosmology. They were involved in a number of controversies, most notably the Bogdanov affair, which brought to light the fact that the brothers had written nonsensical advanced physics papers that were nonetheless published in reputable scientific journals.

Igor Bišćan

born May 4th, 1978

Igor Bišćan is a Croatian professional football manager and former player. In his playing career, he was a versatile player and could play almost every position in the defence or midfield, but featured mostly as a central midfielder, or as a central defender in his latter years.

Igor Borisov

born April 5th, 1924

Igor Anddreyevich Borisov was a Russian rower who competed for the Soviet Union in the 1952 Summer Olympics.

Igor Kashkarov

born May 5th, 1933

Igor Alekseyevich Kashkarov is a former Soviet athlete who competed mainly in the High Jump. He trained at Burevestnik in Moscow.

Igor Klebanov

born March 29th, 1962

Igor R. Klebanov is an American theoretical physicist. Since 1989, he has been a faculty member at Princeton University where he is currently a Eugene Higgins Professor of Physics and the director of the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science. In 2016, he was elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Since 2022, he is the director of the Simons Collaboration on Confinement and QCD Strings.

Igor Kurchatov

January 12th, 1903 - February 7th, 1960

Igor Vasilyevich Kurchatov, was a Soviet physicist who played a central role in organizing and directing the former Soviet program of nuclear weapons.

Igor Markevitch

died March 7th, 1983

Igor Borisovich Markevitch was a Russian-born composer and conductor who studied and worked in Paris and became a naturalized Italian and French citizen in 1947 and 1982 respectively. He was commissioned in 1929 for a piano concerto by impresario Serge Diaghilev of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo.

Igor Moiseyev

born January 21st, 1906

Igor Aleksandrovich Moiseyev was a Soviet and Russian ballet master, dancer, choreographer and pedagogue. Moiseyev was widely acclaimed as the greatest 20th-century choreographer of character dance, a dance style similar to folk dance but with more professionalism and theatrics.

Igor Oistrakh

born April 27th, 1931

Igor Davidovich Oistrakh was a Soviet and Russian violinist. He was described by Encyclopædia Britannica as "noted for his lean, modernist interpretations".

Igor Olshansky

born May 3rd, 1982

Igor Olshansky is a Ukrainian-born former American football player who was a defensive end in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Oregon and was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He also played for the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins.

Igor Rodionov

died December 19th, 2014

Igor Nikolayevich Rodionov was a Russian general and Duma deputy. He is best known as a hardline politician, and for his service heading the Defence Ministry of the Russian Federation.

Igor Semshov

born April 6th, 1978

Igor Petrovich Semshov is a Russian professional football coach and a former player.

Igor Severyanin

died December 20th, 1941

Igor Severyanin was a Russian poet who presided over the circle of the so-called Ego-Futurists.

Igor Shesterkin

born December 30th, 1995

Igor Olegovich Shestyorkin is a Russian professional ice hockey goaltender for the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was selected by the Rangers in the fourth round, 118th overall, of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. In his first 82-game season in 2021–22, Shesterkin won the Vezina Trophy as the league's best goaltender.

Igor Stravinsky

died April 6th, 1971

Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky was a Russian composer and conductor with French citizenship and United States citizenship. He is widely considered one of the most important and influential composers of the 20th century and a pivotal figure in modernist music.

Igor Svyatoslavich

born April 3rd, 1151

Igor Svyatoslavich, nicknamed the Brave, was Prince of Novgorod-Seversk (1180–1198) and Prince of Chernigov (1198–1201/1202).

Igor Troubetzkoy

died December 20th, 2008

Prince Igor Nikolayevich Troubetzkoy was a French aristocrat and athlete of Russian descent.

Igor Volk

born April 12th, 1937

Igor Petrovich Volk was a Russian test pilot and former Soviet cosmonaut in the Buran programme.

Igor Vyazmikin

born January 8th, 1966

Igor Viktorovich Vyazmikin was a professional ice hockey forward, who played for CSKA. He was the final player selected in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft, going in the twelfth round, 252nd overall, to the Edmonton Oilers, and went on to play four NHL games with that team. Additionally, Vyazmikin played extensively in Europe and North American minor leagues.
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