• Bridget Wenlock (discovered the magical properties of the number 7, 1202-1286)
  • Merlin (founded the order of Merlin, member of king Arthur’s court, powerful wizard, 710-790)
  • Artemisia Lufskin (the first female minister for magic, 1725-1825)
  • Beedle the Bard (author of wizarding fairytales, 1380-1445)
  • Queen Mary I (queen of England in 1500s, 1516-1558)
  • Thomas More (renaissance humanist and counsellor to king Henry VIII, 1478-1535)
  • Ignatia Wildsmith (inventor of floo powder, 1227-1320)


  • Harry Potter (known as the boy who lived, he brought down Voldemort, head of auror offixe, 1980-)
  • Kingsley Shacklebolt (first minister for magic after Voldemort’s fall, 1953-)
  • Hestia Jones (current minister for magic, 1970-)
  • Albus Dumbledore (headmaster of Hogwarts, founder of O. of the Phoenix, brought down Gellert Grindelwald,head of int. conf. of wizards, 1881-1997)
  • Newton Scamander (author of fantastic beasts and where to find them, 1897-1992)
  • Garrick Ollivander (1904-, famous wandmaker)
  • Bathilda Bagshot (1858-1997), author of a history of magic)