• Artur Gavazzi

    Artur Gavazzi (October 14, 1861 – March 12, 1944) was a Croatian geographer and cartographer of Italian ancestry.

  • Artur

    Artur is a cognate to the common male given name Arthur, meaning "bear -like," which is believed to possibly be descended from the Roman surname Artorius or the Celtic bear-goddess Artio or more probably from the Celtic word artos ("bear"). Other Celtic languages have similar first names, such as Old Irish Art, Artúur, Welsh Arth - which may also be the source for the modern name. Art is also a diminutive form of the common name Arthur. In Estonian, and many Romance, Slavic and Germanic languages the name is spelled as Artur. The Finnish versions are Arttu and Artturi.

  • Artur Aleksanyan

    Artur Aleksanyan

    Artur Aleksanyan (Armenian: Արթուր Ալեքսանյան, born 21 October 1991) is an Armenian Greco-Roman wrestler. He is an Olympic Champion (2016) and bronze medalist (2012), a three-time World Champion (2014, 2015, 2017), and a four-time European Champion (2012, 2013, 2014, 2018). Aleksanyan is the second Olympic gold medalist of Armenia since regaining independence in 1991 and is the most decorated Olympian of independent Armenia as well. He has been nicknamed the "Polar Bear" and is one of the most renowned Armenian athletes of the 21st century.

  • Artur Rasizade

    Artur Rasizade

    Artur Tahir oglu Rasizade (Azerbaijani: Artur Tahir oğlu Rasi-zadə; born 26 February 1935) is an Azerbaijani politician who served as the Prime Minister of Azerbaijan from 1996 until 2003, and again from 2003 until 2018. Rasizade was a long-time Communist Party member during the Azerbaijan SSR period.

  • Artur Belotserkovets

    Artur Vladimirovich Belotserkovets (Russian: Артур Владимирович Белоцерковец; born 29 January 1972) is a former Russian professional footballer.

  • Artur Yusupov

    Artur Yusupov may refer to:

  • Artur Mkrtchyan (wrestler)

    Artur Mkrtchyan (Armenian: Արթուր Մկրտչյան) is an Armenian Greco-Roman wrestler.

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