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With 51 biographies, Diplomats are the 81st most common occupation in Pantheon, behind American Football Players, Sociologists, and Mafiosos.

Pantheon has 52 people classified as diplomats born between 350 BC and 1978. Of these 52, 11 (21.15%) of them are still alive today. The most famous living diplomats include Ban Ki-moon, John R. Bolton, and Mohamed ElBaradei. The most famous deceased diplomats include Pocahontas, Kofi Annan, and Gaius Marius. As of October 2020, 6 new diplomats have been added to Pantheon including Ángel Sanz Briz, Jules Cambon, and Vatslav Vorovsky.

Living Diplomats

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Deceased Diplomats

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Newly Added Diplomats (2020)

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Most diplomats were born in United States (12), Sweden (5), and France (4). By city, the most common birth places were Cairo (3), Paris (2), and New York City (2).The most common death places of diplomats were United States (8), Russia (6), and United Kingdom (5). By city, these were Moscow (4), Rome (2), and New York City (2).

The earliest biographies classified as diplomats in Pantheon are Giovanni Villani, Gaius Marius, and Megasthenes.  The concentration of diplomats was largest during the Radio & Film Era, which lasted from 1900 to 1949. Some birth or death locations for earlier diplomats are unknown, which may account for timeline differences below.

Which Diplomats were alive at the same time? This visualization shows the lifespans of the 25 most globally memorable Diplomats since 1700.

Diplomats are found within the Institutions domain which also includes Politicians, Religious Figures, Military Personnels, Noblemen, and Pilots.