100 Most Famous Figures In HIstory

Can you name the 100 most famous figures in history?
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Last updated: April 17, 2021
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Rank
Famous Figure
1
Jesus
2
Napoleon
3
Muhammad
4
William Shakespeare
5
Abraham Lincoln
6
George Washington
7
Adolf Hitler
8
Aristotle
9
Alexander the Great
10
Thomas Jefferson
11
Henry VIII of England
12
Charles Darwin
13
Elizabeth I
14
Karl Marx
15
Karl Marx
16
Queen Victoria
17
Martin Luther
18
Joseph Stalin
19
Albert Einstein
20
Christopher Columbus
21
Isaac Newton
22
Charlemagne
23
Theodore Roosevelt
24
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
25
Plato
26
Louis XIV
27
Ludwig van Beethoven
28
Ulysses S. Grant
29
Leonardo da Vinci
30
Augustus
31
Carl Linnaeus
32
Ronald Reagan
33
Charles Dickens
34
Paul the Apostle
35
Benjamin Franklin
36
George W. Bush
37
Winston Churchill
38
Genghis Khan
39
Charles I
40
Thomas Edison
41
James I
42
Friedrich Nietzsche
43
Franklin D. Roosevelt
44
Sigmund Freud
45
Alexander Hamilton
46
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
47
Woodrow Wilson
48
Johann Sebastian Bach
49
Galileo Galilei
50
Oliver Cromwell
Rank
Famous Figure
51
James Madison
52
Gautama Buddha
53
Mark Twain
54
Edgar Allan Poe
55
Joseph Smith Jr.
56
Adam Smith
57
David, King of Israel
58
George III of England
59
Immanuel Kant
60
James Cook
61
John Adams
62
Richard Wagner
63
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
64
Voltaire
65
Saint Peter
66
Andrew Jackson
67
Constantine the Great
68
Socrates
69
Elvis Presley
70
William the Conqueror
71
John F. Kennedy
72
Augustine of Hippo
73
Vincent Van Gogh
74
Nicolaus Copernicus
75
Vladimir Lenin
76
Robert E. Lee
77
Oscar Wilde
78
Charles II of England
79
Cicero
80
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
81
Francis Bacon (Yes, The Creator of Bacon and The Buffet, sarcasm lol)
82
Richard Nixon
83
Louis XVI of France
84
Charles V (Holy Roman Emperor)
85
King Arthur
86
Michelangelo
87
Philip II of Spain
88
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
89
Ali (Founder of Sufism)
90
Thomas Aquinas
91
Pope John Paul II
92
René Descartes
93
Nikola Tesla
94
Harry S. Truman
95
Joan of Arc
96
Dante Alighieri
97
Otto von Bismarck
98
Grover Cleveland
99
John Calvin
100
John Locke
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Level 73
Apr 17, 2021
Seems like a somewhat subjective choice. Surprised not to find St Francis of Assisi, Nelson Mandela and Gandhi on the list, for example. But then that's just my opinion.
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Level 52
Apr 17, 2021
Surnames alone should count (had to write John Locke and Francis Bacon in full for it to count)
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Level 47
Apr 17, 2021
ok, ill add those type ins. Thanks!

Also, just an fyi, but some names already have those type ins..so it would be irrelevant to add them for all.

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Level 53
May 18, 2021
I feel like there should be descriptions