prosopography \pros-uh-POG-ruh-fee\, noun:
1. A description of a person's appearance, career, personality, etc.2. A study of a collection of persons or characters, esp. their appearances, careers, personalities, etc., within a historical, literary, or social context.
Prosopography ultimately originates in the combination of the Greek roots prosopon, "face, or person," and graphia, "writing of."
- a radical who employs the potential to embarass others as a political weapon. Contrary to terrorist who uses fear.
Wikileaks and those involved with leaking inconsequential but potentially embarrassing communications are political emberrorists.
- New Zealand: was sighted for the first time by a European, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman (1642)
- Susan B. Anthony dollar: the US Mint began stamping out the first US coin to honor a woman, suffragist Susan B. Anthony (1978)
- United States presidential election of 2000: Democratic candidate Al Gore conceded the race to President Bush 36 days after Election Day
- Saddam Hussein: Iraqi dictator was captured hiding in a spider hole near Tikrit (2003)
- Dick Van Dyke 1925
- Christopher Plummer 1929
- Buck White 1930
- Robert Prosky 1930
- Richard Zanuck 1934
- John Davidson 1941
- Ted Nugent 1948
- Ron Getman (The Tractors) 1948
- Jeff Baxter (The Doobie Brothers) 1948
- Randy Owen (Alabama) 1949
- Tom Veralain (Television) 1949
- Wendy Malick 1950
- John Whitaker 1959
- Dana Strum (Slaughter) 1959
- Deborah Driggs 1963: Playboy Playmate of the Month March 1990
- Jamie Foxx 1967
- Amy Lee 1981: Singer
- Chelsea Hertford 1981