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With 843 biographies, Noblemen are the 19th most common occupation in Pantheon, behind Philosophers, Racing Drivers, and Biologists.

Pantheon has 856 people classified as noblemen born between 2600 BC and 2020. Of these 856, 116 (13.55%) of them are still alive today. The most famous living noblemen include Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and Margrethe II of Denmark. The most famous deceased noblemen include Ragnar Lodbrok, Marie Antoinette, and Ramesses II. As of October 2020, 244 new noblemen have been added to Pantheon including Margaret of Valois, Şehzade Mehmed, and Fatma Sultan.

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Newly Added Noblemen (2020)

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Most noblemen were born in Germany (180), France (118), and Italy (75). By city, the most common birth places were Munich (14), Vienna (13), and Rigshospitalet (10).The most common death places of noblemen were Germany (178), France (137), and Italy (77). By city, these were Paris (19), Munich (14), and Vienna (10).

The earliest biographies classified as noblemen in Pantheon are Neferirkare Kakai, Kawab, and Nefertiabet.  The concentration of noblemen was largest during the Scribal Era, which lasted from 500 BC to 1449. Some birth or death locations for earlier noblemen are unknown, which may account for timeline differences below.

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

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