ABERDEEN, George Hamilton Gordon (1784–1860), 4th Earl of Aberdeen, Prime Minister 1852–5; in Greece 1805, Founder of Athenian Society.
ADAIR, Robert (1763–1855), diplomat, MP, traveller.
AIREY, General Sir George (1761–1853), career soldier; Sicily 1805–12, Commanded British forces in Ionian Islands 1812.
ÅKERBLAD, John David (1763–1819), Swedish diplomat, traveller and linguist, worked on Rosetta Stone, C. consulted him over inscriptions.
ALBERTI, Leon Battista (1404–72), Italian architect, his greatest work, De Re Aedificatoria, published 1485.
ALI FARMARKI (fl. 1800–10), Albanian Muslim, fought against Ali Pasha.
ALI PASHA (1740–1822), Albanian Muslim, ruled northern Greece from Ioannina 1789–1823, visited by Byron (1809), C. and others.
ALLASON, Thomas (1790–1852), architect, travelled in Greece with Spencer Stanhope 1814, claimed discovery of entasis, also claimed (probably correctly) by C.
AMHERST, William Pitt (1773–1857), 1st Earl Amherst, diplomat in Italy, Governor General of India 1823–8.
AUGUSTUS, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg [Prince Saxe-Gotha] (1772– 1822), art collector, grandfather of Prince Albert, Prince Consort.
BARKER, John (1771–1849), Levant Company, consul in Aleppo, Consul General in Malta while C. there.
BARTHOLDY, Jakob Saloman (1779–1825), diplomat, art patron, travelled in Greece with Gropius c. 1800, 1815 Prussian Consul-General to Italy.
BEAUFORT, Sir Francis (1774–1857), Naval officer, hydrographer, charted southern Anatolian coast, published Karamania, account of the area, 1817, devised the wind scale named after him.
BEECHEY, Henry William (1788/9–1862), painter and explorer, accompanied Belzoni to Egyptian Thebes 1816–17 to draw monuments.
BELLI, Charles (1791–1800), C.'s cousin, see Family Tree.
BELLI, Lt. George (1787–1807), C.'s cousin see Family Tree, lieutenant on Royal George, killed on Prota, Prince's Islands, Sea of Marmara, February 27, 1807, during Admiral John Duckworth's operation against the Turkish Navy, C. visited his grave, J. Gold 1807, Naval Chronicle, 17, 430–2; Travels, 38.
BELZONI, Giovanni-Battista (1778–1823), explored Egyptian ancient sites, discovered tomb of Seti I in Valley of Kings, published account of his travels 1820, mounted exhibition of tomb in Piccadilly, London, 1821.
BENTINCK, Lord William Cavendish (1774–1839), commanded British troops in Sicily.
BOWLES, Elizabeth née Rushout (1774–1862), daughter of Earl of Northwick, sister-in-law to C.'s uncle, Sir Charles Cockerell.
BRIGGS, Samuel (1776–1868), merchant banker with Levant Company, Consul in Alexandria.