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llyrian Kings

Hyllus
Balai
Bato
Bardylis
Grabus
Pleuratus
Kleitus
Glaukias
Bardylis II
Monunius
Mytilius
Pleuratus
Agron
Teuta
Pinnes
Skerdilaidas
Pleuratus II
Gentius
Boiken
Trit

Other Famous Illyrians

Alexander III the Great - The greatest military leader in history of the world
Philip II - Aleksander's father (he was half Illyrian from his mother's side and half macedonian)
Pyrrhus the Great - The first person to beat the Romans.
Jerome - the translator of the Bible from Greek and Hebrew into Latin.
Petrus - Builder of the church of Rome: Santa Sabina all'Aventino.
Baraliris - Illyrian leader of the Molosi tribe.
Audata - Illyrian women, once wife of Philip II.
Bircenna - daughter of Bardylis.
Caravantius - brother of King Gentius.
Cynane - daughter of Audata and Philip II, half-sister of Alexander the Great.
Eurydice - mother of Philip II.
Flavianus - governor of Egypt.
Marcellinus Comes - an obscure 6th-century chronicler.
Celer - Magister Officiorum (The Master of Offices)
Peter Patricus - Byzantine historian of 6th century
Plator - Brother of King Gentius
Teuticus - Illyrian noble, who was sent to Rome as an ambassador by Gentius
Pithon - Governor of Greater Media
Taurus Volusianus
Flava Valeria Constantia - daughter of Constantius Chlorus
Flava Macima Constantia - daughter of Constantius II

Roman Emperors of Illyrian Origin


Gaius Messius Quintus Trajanus Decius
Marcus Aurelius Claudius II (Gothicus)
Marcus Aurelius Claudius Quintillus
Lucius Domitius Aurelianus (Aurelian)
Marcus Claudius Tacitus
Marcus Annius Florianus Pius
Marcus Aurelius Probus
Marcus Aurelius Carus
Marcus Aurelius Numerius Numerianus (Numerian)
Marcus Aurelius Carinus
Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletian
Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maximianus (Herculius)
Gaius Flavius Valerius Constantius "Chlorus"
Flavius Valerius Severus
Gaius Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus (Constantine the Great) - Split the Roman Empire into two and adopted christianity for the whole empire!
Galerius Valerius Maximinus "Daia"
Licinius I
Constantine II
Flavius Julius Constans I
Flavius Julius Constantius II
Flavius Claudius Varronianus Iovianus (Jovian)
Flavius Valentinianus I
Flavius Julius Valens
Flavius Gratianus Augustus (Gratian)
Flavius Valentinianus II
Constantius III
Marcianus
Hostilianus
Gallienus
Constans II

Byzantine Emperors of Illyrian Origin

Flavius Anastasius I
Flavius Iustinus Augustus (Justin I)
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus (Justinian I) - The Greatest Byzanitne Emperor

Other Byzantine People
Flavius Belisarius - The Greatest Byzantine Military Leader

Actors/Actresses

Bekim Fehmiu
Uliks Fehmiu
Melihate Ajeti
Marie Logoreci - actress, singer, director
Agim Kaba
Istref Begolli
Shani Pallaska
James Belushi
John Belushi
Agim Coma - actor, director
Eliza Dushku
Nate Dushku
Agim Kaba
Masiela Lusha
Elona Bojaxhi - actress, model
Sejfulla Myftari (aka Cekja) - comedian
Violeta Manushi
Nevin Meçaj
Aleksander Moisiu
Regis Philbin - TV personality (Maternal family was Arbëreshë from Greci, Italy)
Sandër Prosi
Laureta Meçi
Ndriqim Gjepa
Ilir Rexhepi
Faruk Begolli
Enver Petrovci
Blerim Gjoci
James Biberi
Ilir Gjocaj - Screenwriter/Director
Dritan Arbana
Peter Malota
Marina Malota
Kristina Malota
Michael Malota
Marisa Tomei
Danny Devito
Ty Treadway
Luan Bexheti
Timo Flloko
Hila Popaj
Sander Ruçi
Xhilda Lapardhaja
Yllka Gashi
Bajrush Mjaku
Sulejman Pitarka

Architects

Andrea Aleksi - (b.1425-1505)
Gjovalin Gjadri - construction designing (b.1899-1974)
Besim Daja - architect
Carl Ritter von Ghega - builder of the Semmering Railway in Austria
Mehmet Isa - chief architect of the Taj Mahal
Sadefqar Mehmeti - chief architect accredited with the design of theBlue Mosque
Architect Kasemi - (b.1570-1650)
Mimar Sinan

Artists

Robert Aliaj Dragot - painter
Kole Idromeno - painter, sculptor, photographer, architect, engineer and painter.
Vangjush Mio - painter
Ndoc Martini - painter
Simon Rrota - painter
Andrea Kushi - painter
Zef Kolombi - painter
Spiro Xega - painter
Abdurrahim Buza - painter
The Icon Painter Onufri
Ibrahim Kodra - painter
Adrian Grezda [1]
Ismail Lulani - painter
Ormira Lulani
Jetmira Kraja
Andi Hila
Artan Shabani - painter
Venera Lokaj[2]- painter, writer
Arsim Kajtazi
Pjeter Vukaj - sculptor
Genc Mulliqi - sculptor
Naim Iseni - sculptor
Genti Tavanxhiu - sculptor
Ilirian Xhixha - sculptor
Helidon Xhixha - sculptor
Abdullah Gjongecaj - sculptor
Gjon Mili - photographer.
Fadil Berisha - star photographer
Nexhat Krasniqi NEKRA - cartoonist, designer
Pjetër Marubi - photographer
Kel Marubi - photographer
Gegë Marubi - photographer

Economists

Richard Lukaj
Gramoz Pashko - economist and former Deputy Prime Minister of Albania
Hekuran Mara - economist

Entrepreneurs

Behxhet Pacolli - president of Mabetex
Harry Bajraktari - President of Bajraktari Management Corporation
Ekrem Bardha
Vehbi Alimucaj
Ekrem Luka
Gjevalin Gegaj
Vebi Velija
Dash Domi
Bedri Selmani

Filmmakers

Stan Dragoti
Fatmir Koçi
Gjergj Xhuvani
Anri Sala
Liria Begeja
Agron Domi
Ilir Butka
Eno Milkani
Piro Milkani

Historians and Linguists

Marin Barleti - historian
Gjon Buzuku - translator
Kostandin Kristoforidhi - Albanologue
Dhimiter Kamarda - arberesh linguist
Aleks Buda - historian
Mathieu Aref - historian
Kristo Frashëri - historian
Gazment Shpuza - historian
Hysni Myzyri - historian
Hysen Kordha - historian
Hamit Kaba - historian
Muin Çami - historian
Selami Pulaha - historian
Stefanaq Pollo - historian
Zihni Haskaj - historian
Zija Shkodra - historian
Xhelal Gjeçovi- historian
Viron Koka- historian

Military personalities

Adem Jashari - commander of Kosovo Liberation Army
Hamëz Jashari - Albanian freedom fighter
Isa Boletini - nationalist
Gjergj Kastriot Skanderbeg - national hero
Ali Pashë Tepelena - military ruler
Giuseppe Garibaldi - national hero of Italy
Rahim Ademi - Croatian Army general of Albanian origin
Agim Ceku - soldier
Qemal Stafa
Spiro Moisiu
Giorgio Basta - general.
Ibrahim Pasha - general of Egypt

Monarchs

Ahmet Zogu - king of Albania
Leka Zogu
Leka Anwar Zog Reza Baudouin Msiziwe
Lekë Dukagjini - prince of Albania
Mehemet Ali - viceroy of Egypt (ethnic Albanian)
Ismail Pasha - khedive of Egypt
Farouk of Egypt -King of Egypt
Fawzia of Egypt - princess of Egypt
Fuad I of Egypt - King of Egypt and Sudan
Fuad II of Egypt - King of Egypt
Sa'id of Egypt - Viceroy of Egypt
Prince Muhammad Ali of Egypt
Abbas I of Egypt - Pasha of Egypt
Abbas II of Egypt - khedive of Egypt
Tewfik Pasha - khedive of Egypt
Husayn Kamil - Sultan of Egypt and King of The Sudan
Vasile Lupu - prince of Moldavia

Musicians

Arian Avrazi - composer
Kristo Kono - composer
Zeqirja Ballata - composer
Fahri Beqiri -composer
Simon Gjoni - (1926-1991), composer
Tonin Harapi - (1928-1992), composer
Feim Ibrahimi - (b.1935-1997), composer
Akil Mark Koci (b.1936), composer
A. Komino - composer
Kozma Lara - (b.1930), composer
Jani Papadhimitri - composer
Alberto Paparisto - (b.1925), composer
Rafet Rudi - composer
Thoma Simaku - composer
Ramadan Sokoli - (b.1920), composer
Pëllumb Vorpsi - (b.1957), composer
Çesk Zadeja - (1927-1997), composer
Mark Kaçinari - composer
Kujtim Laro -composer
Limoz Disadari - composer
Aleksander Lalo - composer
Vladimir Kotani - composer
Vasil Tole - composer
Preng Jakova - composer
Adnan Isaku - composer
Tish Daia - composer
Shpetim Kushta - composer
Aleksander Peçi - composer
Valentin Veizi - composer
Babilon - Rock Band
Kristaq Antoniu - singer
Parashqevi Simaku - singer
Tefta Tashko Koco - singer
Marije Kraja - singer
Nexhmije Pagarusha - singer
Inva Mula-Tchako - soprano
Pirro Çako - tenor, soprano, composer, singer
Tania Doko - Singer
Ritmi i Rrugës - rap group
Eli Fara - singer
Ardit Gjebrea - singer
Xhejlane Broqi - singer, producer
Anita Bitri - pop singer and violinist
Mirela Tafaj - soprano
Mariela Cingo - pianist
Mirsa Adami - pianist
Yllka Istrefi - pianist
Saimir Pirgu - tenor
Miriam Cani - pop singer
Anjeza Shahini - singer
Ledina Çelo - singer, model
Leonora Jakupi - singer
Bleona Qereti - singer
Gentiana Ismaili - singer
Teuta Koco - soprano
Tedi Papavrami - vilolinist
Shkelzen Doli - violinist
Altuna Sejdiu - singer
Frederik Ndoci - singer
Ervin Dhimo - guitarist
Adelina Ismaili - singer
Zanfina Ismaili - singer
Doruntina Disha - singer
Shpat Kasapi - singer
Adrian Gaxha - singer
Ana Oxa - singer
Elsa Lila - singer
Eda Zari - singer
Kevin Peshkopia - guitarist of the group THE IMMORTAL WINOS OF SOUL
LUL DxE


Philosophers

Ilir Progri
Shtufi - philosopher
Hasan Tahsini - philosopher, astronomer, mathematician, psychologist
Zija Xholi - Philosopher

Politicians

Mihane Kukaj - Judge
Joseph DioGuardi - congressman
Essad Pasha - politician
George Tenet
Fejzi Alizoti - politician
Ramiz Alia - president
Anastasius - Byzantine Emperor (491-518 AD)
Andon Beça - politician
Sali Berisha - president
Ded Gjo Luli - nationalist
Bajram Curri - national hero
Xhemil Dino - diplomat
Luigj Gurakuqi - patriot
Ukshin Hoti
Skënder Gjinushi - politician
Azem Hajdari - politician
Ramush Haradinaj - Kosovo's former prime minister
Enver Hoxha - dictator
Nexhmije Hoxha - communist
Kastriot Islami - politician
Ismail Qemali - nationalist
Ali Kelmendi - communist
Bajram Kosumi - Prime Minister of Kosovo
Pandeli Majko - politician
Rexhep Meidani - president
Hysni Milloshi - Communist Party leader
Alfred Moisiu - current president
Sulejman Pasha - founder of Tirana
Turhan Pasha Përmeti - politician
Hasan Bej Prishtina - prime minister, nationalist
Edi Rama - mayor of Tirana
Bajram Rexhepi - Kosovo's former prime minister
Shemsedin Vendresha - politician
Ibrahim Rugova - Kosovo's president
Eqerem Spahia - politician
Mehmet Shehu - communist politician
Hashim Thaçi - Kosovo's opposition leader
Jozefina Topalli
Shefqet Verlaci - politician
Azem Vllasi - communist
Xhafer Ypi - politician
Sevim Arbana - Human Rights & Feminist Movement personality
Petrit Salla - Albania Representative Office in Kosova
Fatmir Sejdiu - president of Kosovo
Nexhat Daci
Aleksander Meksi - former prime minister of Albania
Elez Koci
Zef Bushati
Koçi Xoxe - former Defence and Interior Minister of Albania
Izet Dibra
John Capodistria
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
Kenan Evren
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Primeminster of Ottoman Empire
Bajazit Pasha
Is'hak Pasha
Gedik Ahmet Pasha
Davud Pasha
Ahmet Pasha Dukagjini
Ibrahim Pasha Parga
Ajaz Mehmet Pasha Vlora
Lufti Pasha Shkodra
Rrustem Pasha
Kara Ahmet Pasha Dukagjini
Arnavuat (Semiz) Ahmet Pasha
Koxha Sinan Pasha
Ferhat Pasha
Hadim Hasan Pasha
Jemishxi Hasan Pasha
Nasuh Pasha
Ohërli Hasan-Hysein Pasha
Merre Hysein Pasha
Tabani Jassi Mehmet Pasha
Kemankush Kara Mustafa Pasha
Xhivan-kapuxubashi sultan-Zade Semin Mehmet Pasha
Kara Murat Pasha
Tarhonxhu Ahmet Pasha
Kara Murat Pasha
Zurnazen Mustafa Pasha
Mehmet Pasha Qypërliu
Köpryly Fayil Ahmet Pasha
Köpryly Zade Mustafa Pasha
Kadi Ali Pasha
Amzhazade Hysein Pasha
Numan Pasha Qypërliu
Haxhi-Halil Pasha
Haxhi-Ahcas Mehmet Pasha
Bijikli Ali Pasha
Ajvas-zade Halil Pasha
Mustafa Pasha Bajrakatari
Memish Pasha
Giritli-Mustafa Nail Pasha
Mehmet Ferid Pasha Vlora
Said Halim Pasha
Ahmet Izet Pasha
Damad Ferid Pasha


Religious Figures

Muhammad Naasiruddeen al-Albaanee- Famous Islamic Scholar.
Muhamet Arnauti- Famous Islamic Scholar.
Haxhi Hafiz Sabri Koçi- Grand Mutfi of Albania
Naim Ternava- Mutfi of Kosova
Selim Muça- Current Mutfi of Albania
Shefqet Krasniqi- Imam of Grand Mosque in Prishtina, Kosova.
Hasan Hafizi- Imam of Ethem Bey Mosque in Tirane, Albania.
Dhulkarnejt Ramadani- Imam of Grand Mosque in Skopje, Macedonia.
Ahmet Kalaja- Imam of Main Mosque in Vlore, Albania.
Abdul-Rrahman Sokoli- President of IISNA
Ate Kola Berishaj - Catholic Priest
Pope Clement XI (1700-1721)Born in Urbano, Italy, of the Albani family whose forebears fought for the Turks for 25 years alongside the 15th century folkhero of the Albanians, Scanderbeg thus preventing the Ottoman Turks from overunning Europe. Clement XI also fostered foreign missions but was unsuccessful in converting Czar Peter the Great.[3]
Pal Engjëlli - clergyman
Don Lush Gjergji- Catholic archbishop.
Rrok Mirdita - Catholic archbishop
Fan S. Noli - Albanian Orthodox Bishop
Mother Teresa - famous Albanian missionary


Scientists

Ferid Muradi - scientist, Nobel laureate
Shuaip Kraja - scientist molecular biologist (born 1936 Shkoder)
Albert Lulushi - computer scientist
Arben Kryeziu - computer scientist
Tanush Shaska - mathematician
Eranda Dragoti Cela - mathematician
Nertila Gjini - mathematician
Laura Mersini - cosmologist
Selaudin Bekteshi - physicist
Josif Adhami - physicist
Ylli Popa - physicist
Bajram Preza - physicist
Petraq Pilika - mathematician

Sportspeople

Xhevad Prekazi - football player
Erald Dervishi - One of the youngest champions of World Chess history
Ermira Dingu - European champion rifle shooting
Diana Mata - Olympic pistol shooter
Elisabeta Karabolli - European champion pistol shooting
Elton Bitincka - Olympic athlete
Dorian Collaku - Olympic athlete
Taip Ramadani - Handball Player Australia (Olympic Athlete)
Ardian Gashi - football player
Kreshnik Gjata - Olympic swimmer
Luan Krasniqi- boxer (european chanpion)
Nelson Hysa - Olympic boxer
Ilir Kafarani - Olympic weightlifter
Altin Lala - football player
Anila Meta - Olympic athlete
Artur Muhedini - Olympic boxer
Arben Muqolli - Handball Player
Ymer Pampuri - weightlifter
Sahit Prizreni - Olympic wrestler
Erkand Qerimaj - Olympic weightlifter
Rovena Marku - Olympic swimmer
Ilir Suli - weightlifter
Klodiana Shala - Olympic athlete
Donald Suxho - volleyballist for American Olympic Team
Gert Trasha - Olympic weightlifter
Theoharis Trasha - Olympic weightlifter
Rudi Vata - football (soccer) player
Marjeta Zaçe - Athlete
Ermal Kugo - basketball player
Tie Domi - Pro hockey player
Zoran Ivezaj - Taekwondo Champion
Fatos Pilkati - Olympic Free Pistol competitor
Stefi Gjine - tennis palyer
Klodian Duro - football palyer
Fatmir Vata - football player
Kreshnik Qato - world champion boxer
Riza Lushta - football player
Adem Yze - rules football player
Valon Behrami - football player
Shefki Kuqi - football player
Petrit Fejzullahu - Handball Player
Njazi Kuqi - football player
Lorik Cana - football player
Erjon Bogdani - football player
Artim Sakiri - football player
Pyrros Dimas - weightlifter
Besian Idrizaj - footballplayer
Mirela Manjani - javelin thrower
Spend Abazi - box european champion
Igli Tare - football player
Enver Idrizi - karate champion
Afrim Latifi - karate champion
Azem Maksutaj - kickboxer
Ervin Skela - football player
Fadil Vokrri - former football player
Panajot Pano - football player
Lutfi Kolgjini - Horse Riding Champion
Teuta Lulgjuraj - tennis player
Elvir Muriqi - boxer
Shaban Terstena -wrestler
Shaban Sejdiu - wrestler
Aziz Salihu - boxer
Mehmet Bogujevci - boxer
Nazif Gashi - boxer
Xhevdet Peci - boxer
Ridvan Vllasaliu - kickboxer
Nuri Seferi - boxer
Petrit Dobroshi - boxer
Erjon Tola - Alpine skiers

Writers

Antonio Gramsci - writer, philosopher
Filip Shiroka - poet (b.1859-1935)
Kristina O'Donnelly - author/editor/journalist
Ernesto Sabato - writer
Dora d'Istria - writer/publicist (b.1829-1888)
Dritëro Agolli - poet, writer(b.1931)
Fatos Arapi - poet (b.1930)
Xhevdet Bajraj - poet (b.1960)
Frang Bardhi - author of note (1606-1643)
Bernard Bilota - arberesh poet/folklorist (b.1843-1918)
Karmel Kandreva - arberesh writer
Zef Skiroi - arberesh poet/publicist/folklorist
Eqrem Basha - poet (b.1948)
Flora Brovina - poet (1949)
Pjetër Bogdani -
Pjetër Budi - author of religious works (1566-1622)
Andon Zako Çajupi - poet and dramatist (1866-1930)
Martin Camaj - poet (1925-1992)
Viktor Eftimiu - academic/writer (b.1889-1972)
Nicola Chetta - poet (1740?-1803)
Rrahman Dedaj - poet (b.1939)
Jeronim de Rada - poet (1814-1903)
Ridvan Dibra - poet (1959)
Aleksander Stavre Drenova (aka ASDRENI) - poet (1872-1947)
Gjergj Fishta - writer and poet (1871-1940)
Nezim Frakulla - poet (1680-1760)
Mid'hat Bey Frashëri - writer and freedom fighter (1880-1949)
Naim Frashëri - poet (1846-1900)
Fahredin Gunga - poet (1936-1997)
Sabri Hamiti - poet (b.1950)
Alban Kraja - writer (born Shkoder 1970) ( www.albankraja.com )
Ismail Kadare - writer and poet (b.1936)
Hasan Zyko Kamberi - poet
Musine Kokalari - writer
Ernest Koliqi - writer (1903-1975)
Faik Konica - writer, stylist
Fatos Kongoli - writer, mathematician
Gazmend Krasniqi - poet (b.1963)
Milazim Krasniqi - poet (b.1955)
Teodor Laço - writer (b.1936)
Natasha Lako - poet and novelist (b.1948)
Veli Karahoda - novelist, poet, essayist (b.1968)
Luljeta Lleshanaku - poet (b.1968)
Bardhyl Londo - poet (b.1948)
Rudolf Marku - poet (b.1950)
Lekë Matrënga (aka Luca Matranga) - poet (1567-1619)
Din Mehmeti - poet (b.1932)
Esad Mekuli - poet (b.1916-1993)
Ndre Mjeda - poet (1866-1937)
Millosh Gjergj Nikolla (aka Migjeni) - poet (1911-1938)
John Musachi - poet (1882-1965)
Teki Dervishi - poet, novelist and playwright (1943-)
Fan S. Noli - poet and religious leader (1882-1965)
Ali Podrimja - poet (b.1942)
Lasgush Poradeci - poet (1899-1987)
Dhori Qiriazi - poet (b.1993)
Rexhep Qosja - poet and literary critic (1936)
Zef Serembe (aka Giuseppe Serembe) - poet (1844-1901)
Filip Shiroka - poet (1859-1935)
Azem Shkreli - poet (1938-1997)
Xhevahir Spahiu - poet (b.1945)
Sterjo Spasse - poet (1914-1989)
Kasëm Trebeshina - writer (b.1926)
Vorea Ujko (aka Domenico Bellizzi) - poet (1918-1989)
Jul Variboba (aka Giulio Variboba) - poet (1742-1788)
Pashko Vasa (aka Wassa Effendi) - poet (1825-1892))
Agim Vinca - poet (b.1947)
Moikom Zeqo - writer and archaeologist (b.1949)
Visa Zhiti - poet (b.1959)
Gavril Dara - writer, poet (b.1827-1885)
Francesk Anton Santori - writer (b.1819-1894)
Ndoc Nikaj - historian, poet (b.1864-1951)
Jakov Xoxa - writer (b.1923-1979)
Kolë Jakova - writer (b.1916-1965)
Spiro Comora - writer, comedian (b.1918-1973)
Ilir Kadia - writer, journalist (b.1957)
Tom Perrotta - novelist and former English professor.
Mehmet Akif Ersoy - poet
Ate Kola Berishaj - Catholic Priest, writer
Luan Starova - writer
Rifat Kukaj - writer
Gjeke Marinaj - poet
Mehmet Haxhosaj
Halil Haxhosaj
Veton Surroi

Other

Hakan Sukur - The Greatest Soccer Player in Turkey

William G.
Gregory
- Austronaut of Albanian Origin
Elyesa Bazna - German spy
Murat Rais - 16th century figure
Hava Rexha - was the oldest woman in Albania and maybe in the world
Nadir Mura - magician

Napoleon Bonaparte (From an Arberesh Mother)

Constantine Kanari - Arvanite

George Lucas is Arbereshe.

Rita Wilson is Arbereshe.

Frank Sinatra is Arbereshe.

Anna Magnani is Arbereshe.

Monica Belucci is Arbereshe.

Chase is part Arbereshe.

Harold Ramis is Arbereshe.

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