2017-07-28T19:01:53+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Hasan ibn Ali, Ali al-Hadi, Hasan al-Askari, Ja'far al-Sadiq, Juan Ponce de León, Roy Mata, Abu Hanifa, Stepan Bandera, Muhammad al-Jawad, Ali al-Ridha, Bagoas, Christopher Bainbridge, Pope Clement VII, Francesco Gonzaga (1444–1483), Abraham Kohn, Guangxu Emperor, Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin, Musa al-Kadhim, Norman Biggs, Mieszko Bolesławowic, Petro Nini Luarasi, Muzaffar II of Johor, Vladimir Gaćinović, Tony Thompson (singer), Tugstumur Khan, Rudolf Sanzin, Michele Sindona, José Tomás de Sousa Martins, Andre Noble, John Juvenal Ancina, Mighty King Kong, Murder of Larry McNabney, Murder of Lakhvinder Cheema, Xavier Mertz, Misael Tamayo Hernández, Bill Heaphy, John Bell (farmer), Madge Oberholtzer, Olympias II of Epirus, Ambrosius Ehinger, Eustathios Argyros (general under Leo VI), Xhelal Pasha Zogolli, Esther Norma Arrostito, Danylo Skoropadskyi, La Parkita, Benjamín G. Hill, Pachomius I of Constantinople, Yamada Nagamasa, George Wythe, Munir Said Thalib, Hannah Hanson Kinney, Rosamund (wife of Alboin), Teungku Chik di Tiro, George Rodgers (VC), Zhao Bingjun, Nick Muller, Jim Magnuson, Florence Deshon, William Henry Clarence, William Marsh Rice, Zilphia Horton, Robert IV of Artois, Count of Eu, Constantine II, Prince of Armenia, Narathihapate, Mōri Takamoto, Cleopatra Testing Poisons on Condemned Prisoners, Francesco Montemezzano, Harry Edwards (director), Terence Reese, Charles Bravo, Don Bessent, Lon Knight, Margo Jones, Hugo II Logothetti, Karen Wetterhahn flashcards
Deaths by poisoning

Deaths by poisoning

  • Hasan ibn Ali
    Ḥasan ibn ʿAli ibn Abī Ṭālib (Arabic: الحسن بن علي بن أبي طالب‎‎‎, 624–670 CE), commonly called Hasan, was the second Shia Imam, succeeding his father Ali and preceding his younger brother Husayn ibn Ali.
  • Ali al-Hadi
    Alī ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Alī (Arabic: علی بن محمد بن علی‎‎‎; 828-868 C.E. ) commonly called Ali al-Hadi and Alī an-Naqī was known as al-Hadi.
  • Hasan al-Askari
    Hasan ibn Ali ibn Muhammad (c. 846 – 874) was the 11th Imam of Twelver Shia Islam, after his father Ali al-Hadi.
  • Ja'far al-Sadiq
    Jaʿfar ibn Muḥammad al-Ṣādiq (Arabic: جعفر بن محمد الصادق‎‎‎; 700 or 702–765 C.E.), commonly known as Jaʿfar al-Sadiq or simply al-Sadiq (The Truthful), is the sixth Shia Imam and major figure in the Hanafi and Maliki schools of Sunni jurisprudence.
  • Juan Ponce de León
    Juan Ponce de León (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈxwan ˈponθe ðe leˈon]; 1474 – July 1521) was a Spanish explorer and conquistador.
  • Roy Mata
    Roimata was a powerful 13th century Melanesian chief from what is now Vanuatu.
  • Abu Hanifa
    Nuʿmān ibn Thābit ibn Zūṭā ibn Marzubān (Arabic: نعمان بن ثابت بن زوطا بن مرزبان‎‎, Persian: ابوحنیفه‎‎), also known as Imam Abū Ḥanīfah (Arabic: أبو حنيفة‎‎ dated 699 – 767 AD / 80 – 150 AH), was the founder of the Sunni Hanafi school of fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence).
  • Stepan Bandera
    Stepan Andriyovych Bandera (Ukrainian: Степан Андрійович Бандера, Polish: Stepan Andrijowycz Bandera, Russian: Степан Андреевич Бандера; 1 January 1909 – 15 October 1959) was a Ukrainian political activist and a leader of the nationalist and independence movement of Ukraine.
  • Muhammad al-Jawad
    Muhammad ibn ‘Alī ibn Mūsā (Arabic: محمد ابن علی ابن موسی ) (circa April 12, 811 - c. November 29, 835) was the ninth of the Twelve Imams and a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad.
  • Ali al-Ridha
    'Alī ibn Mūsā al-Rezā (Arabic: علي بن موسى الرضا‎‎), also called abu al-Hasan, Ali al-Reza (c. 29 December 765 – 23 August 818) or in Persia(Iran) as Imam Reza (Persian: امام رضا), was a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad and the eighth Shia Imam after his father Musa al-Kadhim and before his son Muhammad al-Jawad.
  • Bagoas
    Bagoas (Old Persian: ???????????? Bagoi, Ancient Greek: Βαγώας Bagōas; died 336 BC) was a prominent Persian official who served as the vizier (Chief Minister) of the Achaemenid Empire until his death.
  • Christopher Bainbridge
    Christopher Bainbridge (1462/64 – 1514) was an English Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Pope Clement VII
    Pope Clement VII (Latin: Clemens VII; 26 May 1478 – 25 September 1534), born Giulio di Giuliano de' Medici, was Pope from 19 November 1523 to his death in 1534.
  • Francesco Gonzaga (1444–1483)
    Francesco Gonzaga (15 March 1444, Mantua, Italy – 21 October 1483, Bologna, Italy ) was an Italian bishop and a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church during the reigns of Popes Pius II, Paul II and Sixtus IV.
  • Abraham Kohn
    Abraham Kohn (June 13, 1806 in Zalužany, Bohemia – September 7, 1848 at Lemberg, Galicia) was the liberal Chief Rabbi of Lemberg, and was poisoned to death.
  • Guangxu Emperor
    The Guangxu Emperor (14 August 1871 – 14 November 1908), personal name Zaitian (Manchu: Dzai-Tiyan), was the eleventh emperor of the Qing dynasty, and the ninth Qing emperor to rule over China.
  • Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin
    Ali ibn Husayn (Arabic: علي بن الحسين‎‎) known as Zayn al-Abidin (the adornment of the worshippers) and Imam al-Sajjad (The Prostrating Imam), was the fourth Shia Imam, after his father Husayn, his uncle Hasan, and his grandfather Ali.
  • Musa al-Kadhim
    Mūsá ibn Ja‘far al-Kāzim (Arabic: موسى بن جعفر الكاظم‎‎), also called Abūl-Hasan, Abū Abd Allah, Abū Ibrāhīm, and al-Kāzim (the one who controls his anger), was the seventh Shiite Imam after his father Ja'far al-Sadiq.
  • Norman Biggs
    Norman Witchell Biggs (3 November 1870 – 27 February 1908) was a Welsh international rugby union wing who played club rugby for Cardiff and county rugby for Glamorgan.
  • Mieszko Bolesławowic
    Mieszko Bolesławowic (c. 1069–1089) was the only son of Bolesław II the Bold, King of Poland.
  • Petro Nini Luarasi
    Petro Nini Luarasi (born 22 April 1864 in Luaras, Kolonjë, Albania, then Ottoman Empire, and died on 17 August 1911 in Ersekë, Kolonjë, Albania, then Ottoman Empire) was an Albanian rilindas activist, Christian orthodox priest, teacher and journalist.
  • Muzaffar II of Johor
    Sultan Muzaffar Shah II (1546–1570) was the second Sultan of Johor.
  • Vladimir Gaćinović
    Vladimir Gaćinović (Serbian Cyrillic: Владимир Гаћиновић; nicknamed Vlado; 25 May 1890 – 11 August 1917) was a Bosnian Serb essayist and revolutionary in Austria-Hungary.
  • Tony Thompson (singer)
    Anthony Ulysses Thompson, Jr.
  • Tugstumur Khan
    Tugstumur Khan (1342-1348), the brother of Ayurshirdara Khan and son of Togoontumur Khan, was a Khanate ruler in the late 14th century.
  • Rudolf Sanzin
    Rudolf Sanzin (4 June 1874 – 2 June 1922) was an Austrian engineer and locomotive designer.
  • Michele Sindona
    Michele Sindona (May 8, 1920 – March 22, 1986) was an Italian banker and convicted felon.
  • José Tomás de Sousa Martins
    Dr José Tomás de Sousa Martins (7 March 1843 – 19 August 1897) was a doctor renowned for his work amongst the poor in Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Andre Noble
    Andre Clarence Noble (February 21, 1979 – July 30, 2004) was a Canadian television and film actor.
  • John Juvenal Ancina
    The Blessed John Juvenal Ancina, C.
  • Mighty King Kong
    Paul Otieno Imbaya (1973 – December 25, 2007), better known for his stage name Mighty King Kong, was a reggae musician from Kenya.
  • Murder of Larry McNabney
    Larry McNabney (December 19, 1948 - September 10, 2001) was a Sacramento, California attorney whose body was found buried in a vineyard on March 5, 2002.
  • Murder of Lakhvinder Cheema
    Lakhvinder Cheema was murdered in Southall, West London, by his former lover, Lakhvir Kaur Singh through the use of poison derived from the Indian plant Aconitum ferox, which contains the highly toxic alkaloid pseudaconitine.
  • Xavier Mertz
    Xavier Mertz (6 October 1882 – 8 January 1913) was a Swiss explorer, mountaineer and skier, from Basel.
  • Misael Tamayo Hernández
    Misael Tamayo Hernández (2 March 1952 – 10 November 2006) was a Mexican journalist, editorial director, and founder of El Despertar de la Costa, a family-run newspaper from the state of Guerrero.
  • Bill Heaphy
    William Heaphy (18 December 1888 – 21 May 1914) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Essendon in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
  • John Bell (farmer)
    John Bell (1750 – 20 December 1820) was an American farmer whose death was attributed to supernatural causes.
  • Madge Oberholtzer
    Madge Augustine Oberholtzer (November 10, 1896 – April 14, 1925) was an American woman whose rape and murder played a critical role in the demise of the second incarnation of the Ku Klux Klan.
  • Olympias II of Epirus
    Olympias (in Greek Ὀλυμπιάς, pronounced [olympiás]; lived 3rd century BC) was daughter of Pyrrhus, king of Epirus from his first wife Antigone.
  • Ambrosius Ehinger
    Ambrosius Ehinger, also (Ambrosio Alfínger in Spanish) Dalfinger, Thalfinger, (ca. 1500 in Thalfingen near Ulm, Bavaria – 31 May 1533 near Chinácota Colombia) was a German conquistador and the first governor of the Welser concession, also known as “Little Venice” (Klein-Venedig), in New Granada, now Venezuela and Colombia.
  • Eustathios Argyros (general under Leo VI)
    (Not to be confused with his namesake contemporary, the admiral Eustathios Argyros.) Eustathios Argyros (Greek: Εὐστάθιος Ἀργυρός; died ca. 910) was a Byzantine aristocrat and one of the most prominent generals under Emperor Leo VI the Wise (r. 886–912).
  • Xhelal Pasha Zogolli
    Xhelal Pasha Zogolli was hereditary governor of Mati, father of Xhemal Pasha Zogu and grandfather of King Zog I.
  • Esther Norma Arrostito
    Esther Norma Arrostito (January 17, 1940 – January 15, 1978) was an Argentine political activist and leftist militant, initially close to communist ideology.
  • Danylo Skoropadskyi
    Danylo Skoropadskyi (Ukrainian: Данило Скоропадський) (13 February 1904, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Empire - 23 February 1957, London, Great Britain) was a famous Ukrainian politician and leader of the Ukrainian monarchist movement in 1948-1957 (now called the United Hetman Association).
  • La Parkita
    Alberto Pérez Jiménez (May 15, 1975 – June 29, 2009) was a Mexican Luchador enmascarado who worked in the Mini-Estrella division from 1990 until his death in 2009.
  • Benjamín G. Hill
    Gen. Benjamín Hill (Choix, Sinaloa, 31 March 1874 – Mexico City, 14 December 1920) was a military commander during the Mexican Revolution.
  • Pachomius I of Constantinople
    Pachomius I (Greek: Παχώμιος Α΄) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1503 to 1513, except for a short period in 1504.
  • Yamada Nagamasa
    Yamada Nagamasa (山田 長政, 1590 – 1630) was a Japanese adventurer who gained considerable influence in the Ayutthaya Kingdom at the beginning of the 17th century and became the governor of Nakhon Si Thammarat province, which is on the Malay Peninsula in present-day southern Thailand.
  • George Wythe
    George Wythe (pronounced WITH) (1726 – June 8, 1806) was the first American law professor, a noted classics scholar and Virginia judge, as well as a prominent opponent of slavery.
  • Munir Said Thalib
    Munir Said Thalib (Arabic: منير سعيد طالب ‎‎Munīr Sa'īd Ṭālib) (December 8, 1965 Malang, East Java – September 7, 2004), affectionately known simply as Munir, was one of Indonesia's most famous human rights and anti-corruption activists.
  • Hannah Hanson Kinney
    Hannah Hanson Kinney (born Hannah Hanson in 1805) was an American seamstress who was charged with the murder of her third husband, George Kinney in 1840.
  • Rosamund (wife of Alboin)
    Rosamund (fl. 572) was a Lombard queen.
  • Teungku Chik di Tiro
    Muhamad Saman (1836 – 21 January 1891), better known as Teungku Chik di Tiro (usually spelt Cik di Tiro in Indonesia), was an Acehnese guerrilla fighter.
  • George Rodgers (VC)
    George Rodgers VC (January 1829 – 9 March 1870) was a Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
  • Zhao Bingjun
    Zhao Bingjun (赵秉钧) (1859 – February 26, 1914) was the third premier of the Republic of China from 25 September 1912 to 1 May 1913.
  • Nick Muller
    Nichol Haworth "Nick" Muller (10 September 1914 – 19 May 1947) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Geelong in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
  • Jim Magnuson
    James Robert Magnuson (August 18, 1946 – May 30, 1991) was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played in 1970 and 1971 with the Chicago White Sox and in 1973 with the New York Yankees.
  • Florence Deshon
    Florence Deshon (July 19, 1893 – February 4, 1922) was an American motion picture actress in silent films.
  • William Henry Clarence
    William Henry Clarence (1856–1879) was King, or Hereditary Chief, of the Miskito.
  • William Marsh Rice
    William Marsh Rice (March 14, 1816 – September 23, 1900) was an American businessman who bequeathed his fortune to found Rice University in Houston, Texas.
  • Zilphia Horton
    Zilphia Horton (April 14, 1910 – April 11, 1956) was an American musician, community organizer, educator, Civil Rights activist, and folklorist.
  • Robert IV of Artois, Count of Eu
    Robert IV of Artois (1356 – July 20, 1387), son of John of Artois, Count of Eu and Isabeau of Melun, was Count of Eu from April to July 1387.
  • Constantine II, Prince of Armenia
    Constantine II (Armenian: Կոստանդին Բ), also Kostandin II, (unknown – after February 17, 1129) was the fourth lord of Armenian Cilicia or “Lord of the Mountains” (1129/1130).
  • Narathihapate
    Narathihapate (Burmese: နရသီဟပတေ့, pronounced: [nəɹa̰ θìha̰pətḛ]; also Sithu IV of Pagan; 23 April 1238 – 1 July 1287) was the last king of the Pagan Empire who reigned from 1256 to 1287.
  • Mōri Takamoto
    Mōri Takamoto (毛利 隆元, 1523 – September 18, 1563) was a daimyo (feudal lord) of Aki Province during Japan's Sengoku period.
  • Cleopatra Testing Poisons on Condemned Prisoners
    Cleopatra Testing Poisons on Condemned Prisoners (Cléopâtre essayant des poisons sur des condamnés à mort) is an 1887 painting by the French artist Alexandre Cabanel.
  • Francesco Montemezzano
    Francesco Montemezzano or Monte Mezzano (ca. 1540–after 1602) was an Italian painter of the late-Renaissance or Mannerist period.
  • Harry Edwards (director)
    Harry Edwards (October 11, 1887 - May 26, 1952) was a Canadian-born American film director and actor.
  • Terence Reese
    John Terence Reese (28 August 1913 – 29 January 1996) was a British bridge player and writer, regarded as one of the finest of all time in both fields.
  • Charles Bravo
    Charles Bravo (1845 – 21 April 1876) was a British lawyer who was fatally poisoned with antimony in 1876.
  • Don Bessent
    Fred Donald Bessent (March 13, 1931 – July 7, 1990) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball.
  • Lon Knight
    Alonzo P. "Lon" Knight, born Alonzo P.
  • Margo Jones
    Margo Jones (December 12, 1911 – July 24, 1955) was an influential American stage director and producer best known for launching the American regional theater movement and for introducing the theater-in-the-round concept in Dallas, Texas.
  • Hugo II Logothetti
    Hugo Count Logothetti (2 October 1852 in Klausenburg – 3 Augustus 1918 in Teheran) was an Austrian-Hungarian diplomat of Greek ancestry and the last emissary of the Habsburg monarchy in Teheran.
  • Karen Wetterhahn
    Karen Wetterhahn (October 16, 1948 – June 8, 1997) was a professor of chemistry at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, who specialized in toxic metal exposure.