• Anthony van Hoboken

    Anthony van Hoboken (/ˈhoʊboʊkən/; Dutch: [ˈɦoːboːkə(n) ]; 23 March 1887 – 1 November 1983) was a musical collector, bibliographer, and musicologist. He became especially well known for his scholarship on the music of Joseph Haydn and in particular for being the creator of the Hoboken catalogue, the standard scholarly catalogue of Haydn's works.

  • Anthony van den Pol

    Anthony van den Pol is Professor of Neurosurgery at Yale University. van den Pol received his PhD from Yale in 1977 and did postdoctoral work at Oxford University, Semmelweis University, and Stanford University. He does research in neuropharmacology, neuroanatomy, and neurophysiology, seeking to understand the basic cellular mechanisms of the normal and diseased brain, and thereby find the treatments of brain disorders.

  • Anthony Van Engelen

    Anthony Van Engelen (born November 20, 1978) is an American professional skateboarder whose stance is Regular.

  • Anthony Van Loo

    Anthony Van Loo

    Anthony Van Loo (born 5 October 1988) is a Belgian retired football defender, who last played for Kortrijk in the Belgian First Division A.

  • Anthony Van Egmond

    Anthony Van Egmond, born Antonij Jacobi Willem Gijben (10 March 1778 Groesbeek in Dutch Republic – 5 January 1838 in Toronto, Upper Canada) before coming to North America, was purportedly a Dutch Napoleonic War veteran. He became one of the first settlers and business people in the Huron Tract, located in present-day southwestern Ontario Canada.Van Egmond became an early contractor employed by the Canada Company to construct the original 74-kilometer (46 mi) in length road into the new settlement, allowing the entry of settlers for the purchase of company lands and further economic development. He eventually became a supporter of William Lyon Mackenzie, and led a force of armed rebels in their unsuccessful skirmish at Montgomery's Tavern near Toronto, Ontario on December 7, 1837 during the Upper Canada Rebellion.

  • Anthony Van Corlaer

    Anthony Van Corlaer was a trumpeter for the garrison in New Amsterdam. According to legend, in 1642 Peter Stuyvesant, having learned of an English expedition on its way to seize the colony, ordered Van Corlaer to rouse the villages along the Hudson River with a trumpet call to war. It was a stormy evening when Van Corlaer arrived at the upper end of the island, and as no ferryman was available Van Corlaer vowed to swim across the river "in spite of the devil", but drowned in the attempt. There is also the possibility of Anthony being attacked and eaten by a bull shark. Some sources state that Spuyten Duyvil, an inlet between Manhattan and the Bronx, is named after this incident.

  • Anthony van Assche

    Anthony van Assche (born ( 1989-03-15 ) 15 March 1989) is a Dutch male artistic gymnast , representing his nation at international competitions. He became national champion on the pommel horse in 2007. He participated at world championships, including the 2005 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships , 2006 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships and the 2007 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart, Germany.

  • Anthony Van Wyck

    Anthony Van Wyck was a member of the Wisconsin State Senate.

  • List of paintings by Anthony van Dyck

    The following is an incomplete list of works by the Flemish painter Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641).

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