• Andries Van Aarde

    Andries Van Aarde (born 1951) is an honorary professor of theology and a research fellow at the University of Pretoria. He is also an ordained minister in the Netherdutch Reformed Church of Africa. He has shown interest in the Historical Jesus debate.

  • Andries Van den Abeele

    Andries Van den Abeele

    Andries Maurice Jean Marie Baron Van den Abeele (born April 12, 1935 in Bruges ) is a Belgian historian and historical preservationist and former entrepreneur, politician and employers' organization chairman.

  • Andries van der Merwe

    Andries van der Merwe (born 31 March 1994) is a South African sprinter.

  • Laurens van Kuik

    Laurens van Kuik (1889, 's Gravenmoer, Netherlands – 1963, Den Haag ) was a teacher before he, in 1911, fascinated by the arts, started working as an autodidact painter. In 1913, he became so enthralled and driven as artist that he became a teacher at the school in North Brabant, and went to live in Rotterdam. In 1917, he became one of the founders of the Rotterdam-based artistic movement known as "De Branding". Other members included Herman Bieling, Ger ladage (aka Gerwhl), Bernard Toon Gits, Jan Sirks and Wim Schmacher. Van Kuik's early works are to some extent influenced by cubism, tribal art, but also theosophy and anthroposophy.

  • Paul Andries van der Bijl

    Paul Andries van der Bijl (23 May 1888 – 1939) was a South African mycologist known for his work on polypores or bracket fungi. Born on his father's farm in the Paarl district of South Africa, he graduated from the University of Stellenbosch (formerly Victoria College) in 1909. In 1911 van der Bijl was appointed mycologist and phytopathologist at the South African National Collection of Fungi. In 1914 he was proposed as a member of the Linnean Society of London. In 1915 he headed the newly established phytopathological laboratory at the National Herbarium. He became the first professor of plant pathology in South Africa at the University of Stellenbosch in 1921. Stefanus Johannes Du Plessis (1908–1995) was a student of his. His surname is alternatively spelled "Van der Byl".

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