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- Marceli Handelsman (1882–1945) was a Polish historian, a Warsaw University professor, medievalist, modern historian, and historical methodologist. Marceli...
- Marceli Harasimowicz (1859, Warsaw - 1935, Lwów) was a Polish landscape painter and museum curator. As a child he followed his mother on her travels abroad...
- Marceli Struszyński (born January 16, 1880, in WinnicaSeptember 1, 1959, in Warsaw) was a Polish chemist and Professor of Warsaw University of Technology...
- Marceli Żółtowski (14 March 1812 in Białcz, Kreis Kosten – 29 April 1901 in Poznań) was a Polish count and politician. A member of the Prussian House...
- Marceli Landsberg (born 28 March 1890 in Tomaszów Mazowiecki, Poland – 25 June 1951 in Łódź, Poland), physician, specialist in internal medicine and contagious...
- Wilhelm Marceli Nencki (15 January 1847 in Boczki, Zduńska Wola County – 14 October 1901 in Saint Petersburg) was a famous Polish chemist and doctor....
- Marceli Konrad Strzykalski (born 19 February 1931) is a Polish former footballer who competed in the 1960 Summer Olympics. Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild;...
- of the series it was announced that new cast members Milena Łaszek and Marceli Szklanny had joined the series. This is the first series not to include...
- Marceli Wiech (born 8 October 1954) is a Polish fencer. He competed in the individual and team épée events at the 1976 Summer Olympics. "Marceli Wiech...
- Marek Marceli Józef Jan Chrzciciel Tarczewski (18 June 1782 – 30 August 1843) was a Polish lawyer, official and attorney who defended Polish conspirators...
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