Sigmund Freud (1856–1939) was the inventor of psychoanalysis, psychosexual stages, and personality theory of Ego, Superego and Id. Freud may also refer to: Freud (crater), a lunar crater Freud (mini-series), a 1984 mini-series starring David Suchet ', a 1962 film by John Huston and starring Montgomery Clift Freud, a chimpanzee in the Kasakela community
Barth may refer to: As the name of a person See Barth (name) Other uses Barth Island, Nunavut, Canada Barth syndrome, a metabolic disorder Barth, Germany, a town in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany Barth (Amt), administrative subdivision Barth (character), a character from the television show "You Can't Do That on Television".
Bernstein significa "âmbar" em alemão. Pode referir-se a: Charles Bernstein, poeta, crítico, editor e professor norte-americano. Eduard Bernstein, político e teórico político alemão. Leonard Bernstein, músico teuto-estadunidense. Sergei Natanovich Bernstein, matemático ucraniano. Basil Bernstein, sociólogo inglês
Mirian II or Mirvan (მირვანი) was a king of Iberia from 30 to 20 BC. His reign marked the reinstatement of the Nimrodid Dynasty, a continuation of the P'arnabazids. Mirian is known solely from the early medieval Georgian chronicles according to which he was the son of king P'arnajom murdered by his son-in-law, the Armenian Artaxiad prince Arshak who usurped the crown of Iberia. Mirian was carried to Iran, there to be brought up at the court.
Henry Mathison Pelling (1920 – 1997), was a British historian best known for his works on the history of the British Labour Party, including: The Origins of the Labour Party (1954) and A Short History of the Labour Party (1993).