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- Wilhelm Marceli Nencki (15 January 1847 in Boczki, Zduńska Wola County – 14 October 1901 in Saint Petersburg) was a Polish chemist and doctor. Nencki's...
- 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 Struszyński (born January 16, 1880, in WinnicaSeptember 1, 1959, in Warsaw) was a Polish chemist and Professor of Warsaw University of Technology...
- Marceli Handelsman (1882–1945) was a Polish historian, a Warsaw University professor, medievalist, modern historian, and historical methodologist. Marceli...
- Marceli Kosman (born 8 May 1940 in Izbica Kujawska) is a Polish historian. Professor of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He finished secondary...
- Marceli Landsberg (born 28 March 1890 in Tomaszów Mazowiecki, Poland – 25 June 1951 in Łódź, Poland), physician, specialist in internal medicine and contagious...
- 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 Jasiński (Russian Марцелий Антонович Ясинський; 1837 – d. 1867) was Polish composer and music critic residing in Ukraine. He published several...
- Marceli Nowotko (real surname: Nowotka) (Polish pronunciation: [marˈt͡sɛli nɔˈvɔtkɔ]; pseudonyms: Marian, Stary; 8 July 1893, Warsaw – 28 November 1942...
- Marcel Reich-Ranicki Reich-Ranicki in 2007 Born Marceli Reich (1920-06-02)2 June 1920 Włocławek, Poland Died 18 September 2013(2013-09-18) (aged 93) Frankfurt...
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