Famous People Who Died on April 6
Architect, Painter / 1483 - 1520
A leading figure of Italian High Renaissance classicism, Raphael is best known for his "Madonnas," including the Sistine Madonna, and for his large figure compositions in the Palace of the Vatican in Rome.
Women's Rights Activist, Political Leader / 1945 - 2010
Wilma Mankiller worked for several years as a leading advocate for the Cherokee people, and became the first woman to serve as their principal chief in 1985.
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