Lade may refer to:

  • Brendon Lade
    Brendon Lade
    Brendon Lade is a former Australian rules footballer who spent his entire AFL career with the Port Adelaide Football Club.- Early Career :...

     (born 1976), Australian rules footballer
  • Sir John Lade
    John Lade
    Sir John Lade, 2nd Baronet was a prominent member of Regency society, notable as an owner and breeder of racehorses, as an accomplished driver, associated with Samuel Johnson's circle, and one of George IV's closest friends...

     (1759–1838), baronet and Regency horse-breeder
  • Heinrich Eduard von Lade
    Heinrich Eduard von Lade
    Heinrich Eduard von Lade was a German banker and amateur astronomer.He was born in Geisenheim, located along the banks of the Rhine river, the son of a wine merchant. He worked as a banker and exporter in Hamburg and Paris, and by the age of 44 he had earned enough to retire.In 1861 he built a...

     (1817–1904), German banker and amateur astronomer

  • the Jarls of Lade
    Jarls of Lade
    The Jarls of Lade or Old Norse Hlaðir were a dynasty of Norwegian rulers, who ruled Trøndelag and Hålogaland from the 9th century to the 11th century. -Lade Gaard:...

    , see Lade, Trondheim for origin

  • Lade, the port of ancient Miletus
    Miletus was an ancient Greek city on the western coast of Anatolia , near the mouth of the Maeander River in ancient Caria...

     in Ionia
  • Lade, Kent
    Lade, Kent
    Lade is a coastal hamlet in the English county of Kent.Lade is adjacent to, and north of, Lydd-on-Sea. It had a railway station on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway which is now closed....

    , a coastal place in Kent, England
  • Lade, Trondheim
    Lade, Trondheim
    Lade is a community in Trondheim, Norway. It is located on a peninsula north-east of the city centre, north of the community of Lademoen. It was the site of the historic Lade farm.-History:...

    , a place in Trondheim, Norway
  • Lade parish, a civil parish in Valmiera District
    Valmiera District
    The Valmiera district was an administrative division of Latvia, located in the Vidzeme region, in the country's north-east. Its administrative center was Valmiera. It bordered Estonia to the north and the former districts of Limbaži to the west, Valka to the east and Cēsis to the south...

    , Latvia

  • LADE - Líneas Aéreas Del Estado
    LADE - Lineas Aereas Del Estado
    LADE - Líneas Aéreas del Estado is an airline based in Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina. It is a state owned airline operated by the Argentine Air Force and providing domestic scheduled services mainly in Patagonia.- History :...

    , Argentinian airline
  • The Battle of Lade
    Battle of Lade
    The Battle of Lade was a naval battle which occurred during the Ionian Revolt, in 494 BC. It was fought between an alliance of the Ionian cities and the Persian Empire of Darius the Great, and resulted in a decisive victory for the Persians which all but ended the revolt.The Ionian Revolt was...

     (494 BC), fought between the Ionians and the Persians
  • The Battle of Lade
    Battle of Lade (201 BC)
    The Battle of Lade was fought between the navy of Rhodes and the navy of Macedon. The battle took place in 202 BC and it was part of the Cretan War. The battle was fought off the shore of Asia Minor and between the island of Lade...

     (201 BC)
  • Lade (crater)
    Lade (crater)
    Lade is the remains of a lunar crater that has been flooded by lava. To the north is the crater Godin, and in the south-southeast is the worn, lava-flooded Saunder....

    , a lunar crater named after Heinrich Eduard von Lade
  • Mill lade, Scottish term for a mill race
    Mill race
    A mill race, raceway or mill lade is the current or channel of a stream, especially one for conducting water to or from a water wheel or other device for utilizing its energy...

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