• Lieven

    The Lieven family (Latvian: Līveni; Russian: Ливен) is one of the oldest aristocratic families of Baltic Germans. Caupo's grandson, Nicholas, was the first to spell his name Lieven.

  • Heinz Lieven

    Heinz Lieven (born April 18, 1928) is a German actor.

  • Lieven Scheire

    Lieven Scheire

    Lieven Scheire (born 3 May 1981) is a Belgian comedian, mainly known for being a member of Neveneffecten.

  • Christopher Lieven

    Christoph Heinrich Fürst von Lieven, Herr zu Mesothen (Russian: Христофор Андреевич Ливен, Khristofor Andreyevich Liven; 6 May 1774 – 10 January 1839) was a Livonian nobleman, Russian general, ambassador to London in 1812–1834, and educator of Tsesarevich Alexander Nikolaevich.

  • Lieven De Cauter

    Lieven De Cauter (Koolskamp, 1959) is a Belgian philosopher, art historian, writer, and activist based in Brussels. He has written and edited numerous books focusing on contemporary art, architecture, politics, and the city, including: The Capsular Civilization: On the City in the Age of Fear; Heterotopia and the City: Public space in a Postcivil society, co-edited with Michiel Dehaene; and Art and Activism in the Age of Gloablization, co-edited with Karel van Haesebrouck and Ruben De Roo. As an activist, he initiated the BRussels Tribunal on the war in Iraq and is a co-founder of Platform for Liberty of Expression.

  • Lieven Boeve

    Lieven Boeve

    Lieven Boeve [‘li:vən ‘bu:və] (born Veurne, April 10, 1966) is a Belgian Catholic theologian, and is full professor of Systematic Theology at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, where he currently also serves as Dean of the Faculty. Since 2012 he is also the chair of the Centre for Academic Teacher’s Training, KU Leuven. On 1 August 2014 he became the Director General of the Flemish Secretary for Catholic Education (VSKO).

  • Lieven Dehandschutter

    Lieven Dehandschutter (born 9 June 1958 in Sint-Niklaas) is a Belgian politician and is affiliated to the N-VA. He was elected as a member of the Flemish Parliament in 2009.

  • Charlotte von Lieven

    Charlotte Margarete Fürstin von Lieven (Née Baroness von Gaugreben; 1748–1828), was a Russian princess and Imperial governess. She was in 1783 appointed with the task of educating his daughters and younger sons - Nicholas and Mikhail Pavlovich. She had a strong and influential position within the contemporary Russian court.

  • Alexander Alexanderovich Lieven

    Alexander Alexanderovich Lieven

    Alexander Karl Nikolai Prince von Lieven (Russian: Александр Александрович Ливен, Alexander Alexnadrovich Liven; 7 July 1860 – 23 February 1914) was a vice admiral in the Imperial Russian Navy.

  • Lieven van Lathem

    Lieven van Lathem (1430–1493), was an Early Netherlandish painter and manuscript illuminator.

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