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Which Historical Figure Matches Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type?

Introverted or extroverted, sensitive or intuitive. Thinking or feeling, judging or perceiving. Everyone falls somewhere on the Myers-Briggs personality spectrum, and the same is true for historical personalities. 

Just as the zodiac signs of historical figures gives a glimpse into their lives, understanding the Myers-Briggs personalities of famous people from the past puts them into a new context. What do Rosa Parks and Robert E. Lee have in common? How about Marie Antoinette and Picasso or Dr. Seuss and Fidel Castro?

The famous Myers-Briggs types can tell you whether you're more likely to get along with Edgar Allan Poe or Queen Elizabeth. And if you don't know your Myers-Briggs type, make sure to take a free test so you can compare yourself to these historical figures.

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