User:Eixo

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This page shows the combined contributions of Eixo and Lampman.
As Eixo 178
As Lampman 334
Ministers 457
Governors 20
Peers 15
Translations 35
Sum 1,039

Special distinctions[edit]

{{{link}}} Edward III of England, {{{link}}} Ordinances of 1311‎, Featured article Richard II of England – (3)

Good article: An Khe, Andrew Harclay, 1st Earl of Carlisle, Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, Boulogne agreement, Edmund FitzAlan, 9th Earl of Arundel, Edward I of England, Eppur Si Muove (The West Wing), Full Disclosure (The West Wing), Henry of Grosmont, 1st Duke of Lancaster, Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland, In Excelsis Deo, Jean de Florette, Piers Gaveston, 1st Earl of Cornwall , Pilot (Friday Night Lights), Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick, What Kind of Day Has It Been – (16)

Good article Did You Know?: Adam de Stratton, Amanda (award), Battle of Boroughbridge, Battle of Evesham, Dictum of Kenilworth, Gilbert de Clare, 8th Earl of Gloucester, Guy de Beauchamp, 10th Earl of Warwick, Haakon Lie, Humphrey de Bohun, 3rd Earl of Hereford, Humphrey Stafford, 1st Earl of Devon, Ice block expedition of 1959, Is God Dead?, John de Vere, 7th Earl of Oxford, John of Brittany, Earl of Richmond, Mise of Amiens, Mise of Lewes, O' Horten, On the Day Before, Manchester Part I and Part II, Mara Carfagna‎, Medieval household, Pilot (Community), Richard de Southchurch‎, Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl, Symphony in White, No. 2: The Little White Girl, Symphony in White, No. 3, The Tribute Money, Ways and Means (The West Wing), William Montagu, 1st Earl of Salisbury, William de Ufford, 2nd Earl of Suffolk, William Edington – (29)

Did You Know?: 12 basic principles of animation‎, 1000 Oceans‎, 2008 Congo soccer riots, Abdullah Abdurahman, Aglandau, Aksel Hennie, Albert Lindegger‎, Anna Rogstad, Aril Edvardsen, Battle of Skerries, Beate Eriksen, Bosana, Bouteillan, Buddy (2003 film), Busters verden‎, Cailletier, Can You Hear Me? (Enrique Iglesias song), Carsten Anker, Cayon (olive), Christopher Elrington, Cold Prey 2, Derek Davis (artist), Den brysomme mannen, Elfriede Gerstl, First Choice Haircutters, Frederik Due, Gabriel's Revelation, Germaine (olive), Great Piece of Turf, Grey-faced Sengi, Grossane, Handedness of Presidents of the United States, Helga Karlsen, Henny Moan, Hendrick ter Brugghen, Here We Go Then, You And I, Historie of the arrivall of Edward IV, Hugh Owen Thomas, Jamaica Hope, Jens Lien, John FitzAlan, 14th Earl of Arundel, Jonny Vang, Karen Platou, Laila Goody, Le Bénédicité‎, List of Amanda Award winners, List of countries by first human settlement, Lucques, Martha Wollstein, Max Manus (film), Medieval hunting, Metropolitan regions of Norway, Mette Hanekamhaug, Mother Shipton Moth, Motorized recliner incident, Musevisa, No homo, Norwegian Ninja, Obama Doctrine, Ole Jacob Broch, Olivière, Otto Fuerbringer, Peace of Canterbury, Picholine, Remonstrances, Robert Machin, Robert Tresilian, Sabine (olive), Salonenque, Skaz, Sotie, Suicide, it's a suicide, Svenskehuset Tragedy, Tanche, The Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew, The Heart of Midlothian, The Memory Thief, The Virgin appearing to St. Bernard‎, Thorbjørn Egners lesebøker, Virgin and Child from the Sainte-Chapelle, William Cheyne (judge), William Erasmus Darwin, William Fox (actor), William Hankeford – (85)

Pages I've created[edit]

As Eixo[edit]

365 FRI, Ager (river), Alexander Seton, 3rd Earl of Dunfermline, Allers (magazine), Anders Jahre, Ansgar Gabrielsen, Arne Arnardo, Agustín Quintana, Augustus Abbott, Axel Gudbrand Blytt, Ballasalla, Bastard feudalism, Battle of Inverlochy (1645), Battle of Inverlochy (1431), Battle of Tippermuir, Benadir, Benedetto Antelami, Benedict Barnham, Bergesen d.y. ASA, Bernard Forest de Bélidor, Bewcastle Cross, Bill Naughton, Billy Haughton, Birger Ruud, Bishandas, Bisj Pole, Bislett stadion, Bismarck Range, Børge Brende, Blanche of Artois, Bloody Shirt, C. J. Sansom, Charles Abbot (botanist), Charles Plummer, Charles Seton, 2nd Earl of Dunfermline, Charles Stuart Aubrey Abbott, 3rd Baron Tenterden, Circumspecte Agatis, Darren Potter, David Toska, Den Beste Sykkel, Det Nye, Diego Fabbri, Diocese of Querétaro, Diocese of Quilon, Diocese of Quimper-et-Léon, Edington Priory, Edwin Abbott, Eric Symes Abbott, Esaias van de Velde, Espen Knutsen, Eva (magazine), Eva Joly, Evelyn Abbott, F.K. Mandalskameratene, Favignana, Familien, Francis Quiñones, Franciscus Quaresmius, François-Louis Ganshof, Freia (chocolate), Geoffrey le Scrope, George Darell Shee, Georg Sverdrup, Girls, Girls, Girls (Jay-Z song), Gunnar Heiberg, Haakon II of Norway, Hendrick ter Brugghen, Henne, Henry Green (justice), Her og Nå, Hilmar Reksten, Hjemmet, Hugh Owen Thomas, Hyacinthe-Louis De Quelen, Hyalophagia, I Just Wanna Luv U (Give It 2 Me), Ingrid Schulerud, Ivar F. Andresen, James Seton, 4th Earl of Dunfermline, Jean Decoux, Johannes Antonsson, John Abbot (poet), John Alvheim, John Grosvenor, John Knyvet, John Le Capelain, John Paston, John Sheppey, Joseph Barney, Juan de Quevedo, Just the Ticket (film), K. B. McFarlane, Kjersti Elvik, Korshamn, Kurt Asle Arvesen, Kvinner og Klær, Laila Dåvøy, Late Middle Ages, Lena Endre, Lenore J. Coffee, List of airports in Norway, List of English chronicles, List of motifs on banknotes, List of usurpers, Los Angeles Wolves, Ludvig G. Braathen, Mann (magazine), Marco Formentini, Marjorie Abbatt, Mary A. Bell, Medieval hunting, Mentz Schulerud, Michael Joseph Quin, Morten Andreas Meyer, NetCom (Norway), Nils Aas, Norman Chandler, Norsk Ukeblad, Norske Folkeeventyr, Norwegian International Film Festival, Norwegian Law of Succession, Olin Levi Warner, Overmighty subject, P. A. Munch, Padre Francisco Garcés, Petronella Barker, Prayer of Quiet, Per-Kristian Foss, Peter Ascanius, Pornography in Hungary, Puente Genil, Purism, Quam singulari, Quamichan, Queen's Daughters, Quem terra, pontus, sidera, Quicumque Christum Quærtis, Quinctianus, Richard de Willoughby, Richard Ithamar Aaron, Richard Overton, Robert Parning, Robert I of Artois, Rolf Kirkvaag, Rushen Abbey, Saint Quiricus and Saint Julietta, Se og Hør, Seeley Historical Library, Seth Warner, Sigebert II of Austrasia and Burgundy, Sigval Bergesen d.y., Silas Hocking, Song Cry, Sophus Bugge, Spenol, Sts Quirinus, Sunniva, Svein Ludvigsen, The Autumn of the Middle Ages, The Heart of Midlothian, The Orchard, Theudebert II, Theuderic II of Austrasia, Thomas Douglas Guest, Thorhild Widvey, Tomorrow is Forever, Tore Ørjasæter, Valerio Adami, Vår Frelsers Gravlund, Wardrobe (government), War of the Theatres, Water Runs Dry, William Cusance, William de Shareshull, William de Thorpe, William Marshal, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, William Paston, William Scott (justice), William Shearman – (178)

As Lampman[edit]

1000 Oceans, 12 basic principles of animation, 24 Hour Psycho, 2008 Congo football riots, 2008 Italian political crisis, 2009 Jupiter impact event, 6th Avenue Heartache, A Complete History of My Sexual Failures, A Price Above Rubies, A. J. Pollard, Aasmund Halvorsen Vinje, Abbotsford Club, ABC Club, Abdullah Abdurahman, Adam de Stratton, Aglandau, Agnes Kittelsen, Aksel Hennie, Albert Lindegger, Alethea Lewis, Andrea Bræin Hovig, Andrew Simpson (sailor), Andrine Sæther, Anh Vu, Anna Rogstad, Anne Krigsvoll, Anne Marie Ottersen, Anne Ryg, Anneke von der Lippe, Anthony Goodman (historian), Anthony Steel (historian), Anthony Tuck, Antón Paz Blanco, Appelsinpiken, Archidamus IV, Aril Edvardsen, Arne Haugestad, Assize of darrein presentment, Assize of mort d'ancestor, At Home day, Banky W., Barlow Hall, Battle of Skerries, Battle of the Curragh, Battle of Walkerton, Beate Eriksen, Bente Børsum, Bergen Storsenter, Bertha Putnam, Bjørn Johan Muri, Black Death in England, Bosana, Boulogne agreement, Bouteillan, Branislav Miličević, Breitach, Buddy (2003 film), Busters verden, Cailletier, Can You Hear Me (Enrique Iglesias song), Cayon (olive), Chakesar, Chandlery, Charles Ross (historian), Christianssands Bryggeri, Christin Borge, Christopher Allmand, Christopher Elrington, Chronological summary of the 2008 Summer Olympics, Chronological summary of the 2010 Winter Olympics, Cold Prey 2, Colin Mair, Davide Mengacci, Den brysomme mannen, Derek Davis (artist), Derek Simpson (cellist), Desire (Ryan Adams song), Doctrine of capacities, Edward Colborne Baber, Elfriede Gerstl, Ernst Höfner, Etsi de statu, Eva Sletto, Felice Brancacci, First Choice Haircutters, Françoise Seigner, Franz Etzel, Frederick Abbott (Indian Army officer), Fredrik Riis, Fredrik W. Henriksen, Fritz Schäffer, Frøydis Armand, G. L. Harriss, Geir Ludvig Fevang, Geitmyrsveien, Geneva County massacre, Germaine (olive), Gisken Armand, Giuseppe Jappelli, Glava, Gordon W. Lloyd, Gørild Mauseth, Great Piece of Turf, Grey-faced Sengi, Grossane, Grynet Molvig, Gunerius Shoppingsenter, Gunnar Haarberg, Gustava Kielland, Hamar Arbeiderblad, Harald Mæle, Haunted (The Pogues song), Hawaii, Oslo, Helen Cam, Helga Karlsen, Helmuth von Maltzahn, Henny Moan, Henry le Scrope, Here We Go Then, You and I, Hermann von Stengel, Hieronymus of Syracuse, Historie of the arrivall of Edward IV, Howell Estes, Hugh de Vere, 4th Earl of Oxford, Humphrey Stafford, 1st Earl of Devon, Ice block expedition of 1959, Ingerid Vardund, Iren Reppen, Is God Dead?, Iselin Alme, J. C. Holt, J. R. S. Phillips, Jacopo Celega, Jaleo Films, Jamaica Hope, James Conway Davies, Jens Lien, Jens Schive, Jeremy Goldberg, Jesper Mathisen, Jessheim Storsenter, John Cheere, John de Lacy, 1st Earl of Lincoln, John de Vere, 12th Earl of Oxford, John de Vere, 7th Earl of Oxford, John Roland Abbey, Johnny H. Hayes, Jon Øigarden, Jonny Vang, Jorunn Kjellsby, Joseph Nutt, Julia Schacht, Julius (chimpanzee), Karen Platou, Katja Medbøe, Keith Edward Abbott, Kengo Kuma, Kiki Sørum, Kjersti Holmen, Krems (Lower Austria), Krems (Upper Austria), Krydder, Lagunen Storsenter, Laila Goody, Lars-Jacob Krogh, Lasse Kolstad, Le Bénédicité, Leif Juster, Lemuel Abbott, Linn Stokke, Lisa Tønne, Lise Fjeldstad, List of Amanda Award winners, List of Norwegian actors, List of Norwegian artists, List of Norwegian magazines, List of olive cultivars, Lørenskog Storsenter, Lucques, Luigi Filippo D'Amico, Manchester Part I and Part II, Mara Carfagna, Mari Bjørgan, Mari Maurstad, Marianne Krogness, Marit Andreassen, Marjan Kalhor, Martha Wollstein, Max Dudler, Medieval household, Mendy Samstein, Mette Hanekamhaug, Michael Hicks, Michael Podro, Michael Prestwich, Minister of Petroleum and Energy (Norway), Minken Fosheim, Mise of Amiens, Mise of Lewes, Mont Sainte-Victoire seen from Bellevue, Morten Tyldum, Motorized recliner incident, Muriel Day, Musevisa, My Midnight Creeps, Naboer, Nanna Lüders Jensen, Napery, Nettavisen, No homo, Norwegian films of the 2010s, Norwegian National Academy of Theatre, Norwegian Ninja, Nullum tempus occurrit regi, O' Horten, Oasen, Obama Doctrine, Olivière, Ordinances of 1311, Oscar Nitzchke, Oslo City, Oslolosen, Otto Fuerbringer, Peace of Canterbury, Per Haddal, Peter Coss, Pia Borgli, Picholine, Pilot (Community), Pilot (Friday Night Lights), Plucknett, Political positions of Sarah Palin, Poultry (office), Pornography in Hungary, Ray Goins, Religion in Austria, Remonstrances, Richard de Southchurch, Richard de Vere, 11th Earl of Oxford, Robert Burås, Robert de Malberthorp, Robert de Vere, 19th Earl of Oxford, Robert de Vere, 5th Earl of Oxford, Robert de Vere, 6th Earl of Oxford, Robert Gallant, Robert Machin, Robert Tresilian, Roger Brabazon, Rolf Dahlgrün, Rolf Daniel Vikstøl, Rolf Wickstrøm, Rosfjord, Saalfelden, Sabine (olive), Sahibdin, Saint-Cloud porcelain, Sakia, Salonenque, Samuel Bulkley Ruggles, Sandvika Storsenter, Sarah Wambaugh, Saucery, Saunders Alexius Abbott, Scalding-house, Seven Sisters Waterfall, Norway, Shaher Abdulhak, Signe Marie Stray Ryssdal, Siw Anita Andersen, Skaz, Ski Storsenter, Sølvi Wang, Solomon Owello, Sørlandssenteret, Sotie, Sparvöga, Spicery, SS Kristianiafjord, SS Oslofjord, Stephan R. Epstein, Stoorn, Storo Storsenter, Strømmen Storsenter, Suicide, it's a suicide, Svein Erik Bakke, Svenskehuset Tragedy, Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl, Symphony in White, No. 2: The Little White Girl, Symphony in White, No. 3, Tanche, The Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew, The Fourth Kind, The Memory Thief, The Virgin appearing to St. Bernard, Thea Stabell, Thomas Cappelen Malling, Thomas de Vere, 8th Earl of Oxford, Thomas Eastoe Abbott, Thomas Hansen, Thorbjørn Egners lesebøker, Tom Brock (singer), Tone Mostraum, Tønsbergs Blad, Torjus Hansén, Torsten Husén, Tourism in Belize, Tourism in Brazil, Toyland, Tradewind Pictures, Treaty of Leake, Tribute Money, Trond Fausa Aurvåg, Ulrikke Hansen Døvigen, Uti vår hage, Vanessa Borgli, Vegard Landaas, Vigdis Hjorth, Vils (Lech), Virgin and Child from the Sainte-Chapelle, Walter Clopton, William Cheyne, William de Montagu, 2nd Baron Montagu, William Fox (actor), William Hankeford, William Inge (judge), Willy Rumpf, Woolgar, Wortman, Wu Chang-shih, Wyard Township, Foster County, North Dakota, Wyck, Yamil Adorno, Ylvis, Yves Afonso, Zeudi Araya, Ziller – (334)

Government ministers of Norway[edit]

Lars Kristian Abrahamsen, Olav Akselsen, Anton Ludvig Alvestad, Olaf Amundsen, Magnus Andersen, Torgeir Anderssen-Rysst, Harriet Andreassen, Peter Angelsen, Carsten Anker, Sofus Arctander, Ulrik Frederik Christian Arneberg, Andreas Arntzen, Jens Lauritz Arup, Hans Rasmus Astrup, Ludvig Aubert, Leif Jørgen Aune, Aud Inger Aure, Tore Austad, John Austrheim, Ole Andreas Bachke, Ole Ludvig Bærøe, Hallvard Bakke, Anne-Lise Bakken, Jan Balstad, Anton Christian Bang, Thomas Cathinco Bang, Paal Berg, Gunnar Berge, Birger Bergersen, Grete Berget, Kornelius Bergsvik, Carl Berner, Thorbjørn Berntsen, Oddvar Berrefjord, Paul Hansen Birch, Christian Birch-Reichenwald, Peter Birch-Reichenwald, Turid Birkeland, Eleonore Bjartveit, Aase Bjerkholt, Petter Jakob Bjerve, Elias Blix, Hans Glad Bloch, Gustav Peter Blom, Helen Bøsterud, Eivind Bolle, Kjell Bondevik, Jacob Aall Bonnevie, Conrad Bonnevie-Svendsen, Hans Borgen, Kjell Borgen, Harald Bothner, Birger Braadland, Børge Brende, Gunnar Bråthen, Bernhard Brænne, Jens-Halvard Bratz, Johan Olaf Bredal, Lars Peder Brekk, Christian Zetlitz Bretteville, Ole Jacob Broch, Erik Brofoss, Jørgen Brunchorst, Reidun Brusletten, Gerdt Henrik Meyer Bruun, Olav Bruvik, Aasulv Olsen Bryggesaa, Anders Bull, Edvard Hagerup Bull, Karl Sigwald Johannes Bull, Ronald Bye, Andreas Zeier Cappelen, Johan Cappelen, Reidar Carlsen, Johan Castberg, Ingolf Elster Christensen, Ragnar Christiansen, Werner Christie, Johan Christian Collett, Ludvig Daae, Laila Dåvøy, Walter Scott Dahl, Lars Christian Dahll, Hans Jørgen Darre-Jenssen, Worm Hirsch Darre-Jenssen, Karl Friedrich Griffin Dawes, Christian Adolph Diriks, Christian Ludvig Diriks, Arne Gulbrand Drogseth, Frederik Due, Kjølv Egeland, Bjarne Mørk Eidem, Hallvard Eika, Egil Endresen, Erik Enge, Thomas Engelhart, William Engseth, Ole Wilhelm Erichsen, Carl Peter Parelius Essendrop, Lars Evensen, Haakon Martin Evjenth, Jens Schou Fabricius, Hans Hagerup Falbe, Johan Collett Falsen, Thomas Fasting, Haakon Martin Five, Dag Jostein Fjærvoll, Kristian Fjeld, Guro Fjellanger, Anders Fjelstad, Bergfrid Fjose, Palle Rømer Fleischer, Per-Kristian Foss, Einar Førde, Halvor Olsen Folkestad, Hans Konrad Foosnæs, Henrich Herman Foss, Alv Jakob Fostervoll, Kaare Fostervoll, Else Bugge Fougner, Thorstein John Ohnstad Fretheim, Anders Frihagen, Ranveig Frøiland, Einar Frogner, Rolf Jørgen Fuglesang, Ansgar Gabrielsen, Hans Julius Gabrielsen, Baltazar Nicolai Garben, Helga Gitmark, Olav Gjærevoll, Astrid Gjertsen, Kari Gjesteby, Kåre Gjønnes, Bjørn Tore Godal, Leif Granli, Otto Gregussen, Kirsti Kolle Grøndahl, Karen Grønn-Hagen, Oscar Christian Gundersen, Terje Moe Gustavsen, Wolfgang Wenzel von Haffner, Henrik Steffens Hagerup, Mathias Hagerup, Einfrid Halvorsen, Johan Magnus Halvorsen, Tor Halvorsen, Nils Handal, Bjarne Håkon Hanssen, Hans Christian Albert Hansen, Rolf Arthur Hansen, Kirsten Hansteen, Leif Haraldseth, Johannes Winding Harbitz, Gudmund Harlem, Hanne Harlem, Paul Ernst Wilhelm Hartmann, Sigvald Hasund, Haakon Hauan, Hans Nilsen Hauge, Trygve Haugeland, Baard Madsen Haugland, Jens Haugland, Asbjørn Haugstvedt, Olav Haukvik, Frederik Gottschalck von Haxthausen, Thomas Heftye, Diderik Hegermann, Astrid Nøklebye Heiberg, Gunnar Fredrik Hellesen, Henrik Laurentius Helliesen, Leif Arne Heløe, Gudmund Hernes, Ebbe Carsten Horneman Hertzberg, Nils Christian Egede Hertzberg, Nils Otto Hesselberg, Kristin Hille Valla, Erik Himle, Olav Hindahl, Nils Hjelmtveit, Knut Hoem, Nils Hønsvald, Edvard Hans Hoff, Kjell Holler, Arnold Holmboe, Cornelius Holmboe, Jens Holmboe, Johan Henrik Rye Holmboe, Peter Theodor Holst, Poul Christian Holst, Peder Holt, Christian Theodor Holtfodt, Bernt Holtsmark, Knut Johannes Hougen, Nils Olaf Hovdenak, Tormod Kristoffer Hustad, Vidkunn Hveding, Ragnvald Hvoslef, Odd Højdahl, Ragnhild Queseth Haarstad, Albrecht Elof Ihre, Adolf Indrebø, Guri Ingebrigtsen, Johannes Irgens, Nils Christian Irgens, Finn Isaksen, Oscar Jacobsen, Rolf Jacobsen (politician), Gunnar Jahn, Gunder Anton Johannesen Jahren, Christian Jensen, Nils Riddervold Jensen, Otto Jensen, Sigurd Halvorsen Johannessen, Jacob Lerche Johansen, Johan Strand Johansen, Arvid Johanson, Sigbjørn Johnsen, Asbjørn Jordahl, Hans Vilhelm Keilhau, Birger Kildal, Ivar Larsen Kirkeby-Garstad, Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa, Johan Kleppe, Per Kleppe, Odd Sverressøn Klingenberg, Ole Knapp, Christopher Knudsen, Grete Knudsen, Kai Knudsen, Jens Isak de Lange Kobro, Eva Kolstad, Fredrik Ludvig Konow, Thomas Konow, Inger Koppernæs, Bøicke Johan Rulffs Koren, Petter Mørch Koren, Olaf Kortner, Finn Kristensen, Nicolai Johan Lohmann Krog, Christian Krohg (government minister), Mary Synnøve Kvidal, Håkon Kyllingmark, Jacob Otto Lange, Otto Vincent Lange, Rasmus Olsen Langeland, Nils Langhelle, Lars Roar Langslet, Per Larssen, Peder Carl Lasson, Halfdan Lehmann, Lars Leiro, Kristofer Lehmkuhl, Mons Lid, Jonas Lie (government minister), Lars Gunnar Lie, Trygve Lie, Finn Lied, Knut Liestøl, Lars Knutson Liestøl, Edvard Liljedahl, Jon Lilletun, Asbjørn Lindboe, Ambrotius Olsen Lindvig, Thor Listau, Birger Ljungberg, Harald Johan Løbak, Einar Løchen, Johan C. Løken, Jørgen Løvland, Eldbjørg Løwer, Annemarie Lorentzen, Haakon Ditlev Lowzow, Sonja Aase Ludvigsen, Svein Ludvigsen, Fredrik Stang Lund, Per Berg Lund, Bjarne Lyngstad, Nils Kristian Lysø, Alfred Madsen, Wilhelm Christian Magelssen, August Christian Manthey, Christian Pierre Mathiesen, Birger Øivind Meidell, Olav Meisdalshagen, Kaare Meland, Hans Gerhard Colbjørnsen Meldahl, Lars Olai Meling, Johan E. Mellbye, Morten Andreas Meyer, Cornelius Middelthon, Ole Monsen Mjelde, Lars Magnus Moen, Erik Røring Møinichen, Christian Fredrik Monsen, Peter Andreas Amundsen Morell, Rasmus Olai Mortensen, Ernst Motzfeldt, Ketil Motzfeldt, Peter Motzfeldt, Einar Hole Moxnes, Svein Munkejord, Adolph Frederik Munthe, Oddmund Myklebust, Kirsten Myklevoll, Ole Myrvoll, Fredrik Anton Martin Olsen Nalum, Liv Signe Navarsete, Carsten Tank Nielsen, Sven Nielsen, Arne Nilsen, Peder Nilsen, Magnus Nilssen, Rasmus Tønder Nissen, Jon Ola Norbom, Eldrid Nordbø, Rasmus Nordbø, Kari Nordheim-Larsen, Idar Norstrand, Hans Hein Theodor Nysom, Egil Offenberg, Lars Oftedal, Sven Oftedal (politician), Olav Berntsen Oksvik, Jan Henry T. Olsen, Ulrik Olsen, Olaj Olsen, Trygve Olsen, Christian Wilhelm Engel Bredal Olssøn, Anton Thorkildsen Omholt, Onar Onarheim, Kjell Opseth, Helga Pedersen (Norway), Rudolf Elias Peersen, Kristian Friis Petersen, Jakob Martin Pettersen, Oddrunn Pettersen, Frederik Christian Stoud Platou, Rolf Presthus, Frederik Prytz, Torolf Prytz, Ole Anton Qvam, Just Knud Qvigstad, Øystein Olsen Ravner, Herman Johan Foss Reimers, Eivind Reiten, Gudmund Restad, Arne Rettedal, Hans Riddervold, Terje Riis-Johansen, Charles Robertson (Norway), Mona Røkke, Sissel Rønbeck, Heidi Grande Røys, Helge Rognlien, Christian Lange Rolfsen, Ferdinand Nicolai Roll, Marcus Gjøe Rosenkrantz, Sverre Walter Rostoft, Niels Mathias Rye, Evald Rygh, Ruth Anlaug Ryste, Odd Sagør, Ulf Oscar Sand, Reidar Sandal, Erling Sandberg, Matz Sandman, Karl Sanne, Herman Scheel, Peter Olrog Schjøtt, Karl Eirik Schjøtt-Pedersen, Olaus Michael Schmidt, Oluf Borch de Schouboe, Jacob Marius Schøning, Ingjerd Schou, Christian Homann Schweigaard, Lorentz Henrik Müller Segelcke, Helge Seip, Karl Seip, Wenche Frogn Sellæg, Elisabeth Schweigaard Selmer, Niels Arntzen Sem, Rakel Seweriin, Georg Sibbern, Valentin Christian Wilhelm Sibbern, Helge Sivertsen, Anders C. Sjaastad, Gustav Sjaastad, Bjørn Skau, Arne Skaug, Arne Skauge, Johan Skipnes, Jacob Worm Skjelderup, Elsa Skjerven, Oskar Skogly, Anton Skulberg, Lars Skytøen, Harald Smedal, Aimar August Sørenssen, Søren Anton Wilhelm Sørenssen, Hill-Marta Solberg, Solveig Sollie, Christian Sparre, August Geelmuyden Spørck, Axel Heiberg Stang, Hans Georg Jacob Stang (minister of defence), Einar Steensnæs, Olav Martinus Knutsen Steinnes, Sverre Kornelius Eilertsen Støstad, Tove Strand, Ole Nikolai Ingebrigtsen Strømme, Oscar Sigvald Julius Strugstad, Birger Stuevold-Hansen, Jon Sundby, Arne Sunde, Elias Sunde, Rakel Surlien, Jakob Liv Rosted Sverdrup, Anne Kristin Sydnes, Thomas Edvard von Westen Sylow, Ivar Bergersen Sælen, Carsten Tank, Georg August Thilesen, Petter Thomassen, Iver Steen Thomle, Johan Henrik Paasche Thorne, Niels Andreas Thrap, Otto Grieg Tidemand, Tore Tønne, Nils Olav Totland, Nils Trædal, Karl Trasti, Thorstein Treholt, Ivar Peterson Tveiten, Ingvald Ulveseth, Andreas Tostrup Urbye, Trygve Utheim, Dagfinn Vårvik, Torjus Værland, Gerd-Liv Valla, Inger Louise Valle, Kolbjørn Varmann, Tove Liv Veierød, Anders Venger, Vesla Gunvor Vetlesen, Anne Petrea Vik, Jakob Nilsson Vik, Aasmund Halvorsen Vinje, Niels Petersen Vogt, Paul Benjamin Vogt, Tom Vraalsen, Karl Wilhelm Wefring, Harald Nicolai Storm Wergeland, Vilhelm Andreas Wexelsen, Thorhild Widvey, Einar Wøhni, Terje Wold, Hans Ystgaard – (457)

Pages I've translated[edit]

From French: Dents du Midi‎, François Jouffroy, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, Jean-Pierre Cortot, Louis-Ernest Barrias, Pierre Carron – (6)
From German: Ager (river), Ferdinand Blumentritt, Hans Kollhoff – (3)
From Italian: Aleardo Aleardi, Antonio Abati, Dora Baltea, Dora Riparia, Favignana, Giuseppe Cesare Abba, Orco, Panaro, Secchia – (9)
From Norwegian: Anette Sagen, Bjørn Wirkola, Christian Krohg, Harald Heide-Steen Jr., Ingrid Kristiansen, Johan Borgen, Jon Eikemo, Kjersti Døvigen, Kristofer Hæstad, Lene Elise Bergum, Maria Bonnevie, Northwest Spitsbergen National Park, Per Asplin, Per Theodor Haugen, Steinar Imsen, Sven Nordin – (16)
From Swedish: Torsten Husén – (1)
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Countries I've visited[edit]

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