Montesquieu

Charles Montesquieu.

Charles-Louis de Secondat, Baron de La Brède et de Montesquieu, known as Montesquieu, was a French writer, philosopher and state theorist of the Enlightenment.

Alexander von Humboldt

Sitting next to a globe with a manuscript of his life's work "Cosmos: A Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe" 1845-1862.

Baron Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt was a German geographer, naturalist and traveler, one of the founders of geography as an independent science; younger brother of the scientist Wilhelm von Humboldt.

Angevin Empire

Flagge von Anjou.

The Angevin or rather Plantagenet Empire was a set of states ruled by the Plantagenet-Angevin dynasty.

Second Barons’ War

Zweiter Baronskrieg in England, die Royals auf der linken Seite vs.

The Second War of the Barons was a military conflict fought from 1264 to 1267 between the English king Henry III.

Carl Ritter

Carl Ritter.

Carl Ritter, also known as Karl Ritter, is considered the founder of scientific geography, along with Alexander von Humboldt.