World’s Wealthiest Men of All Time. #1 and 8 Will Make Your Jaw Drop
Do you know who are the richest human beings of all time? Celebrity Net Worth computed world’s richest human beings’ inflation adjusted incomes. You will be surprised to find out that Bill Gates, world’s wealthiest man alive, is the poorest on the list. Doesn’t it make you want to travel back in time?
12. Bill Gates: $136 billion
Bill Gates established his fortune founding the software company Microsoft.
11. Alan Rufus: $178.65 billion
Alan Rufus was a companion of William the Conqueror during the Norman Conquest of England. He owned a lot of land in England.
10. Cornelius Vanderbilt: $185 billion
Vanderbilt was an American business man and a philanthropist who built his wealth in railroads and shipping.
9. Henry Ford: $199 billion
Ford was the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and developed the first car targeted to the American middle class.
8. Muammar Gaddafi: $200 billion
Gaddafi ruled Libya for 42 years.
7. William The Conqueror: $229.5 billion
William The Conqueror was the first King of England.
6. Osman Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VII: $230 billion
He was the last ruler of Hyderabad and was considered to be the richest man of the world at some point of time.
5. Nicholas II of Russia: $300 billion
Nicholas II was the last Emperor of Russia.
4. Andrew Carnegie: $310 billion
Carnegie is an American industrialist who led the expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century. Before he died, he had given away close to 90 percent of his fortune to charities.
3. John Rockefeller: $340 billion
Rockefeller was a businessman who made his fortune in the oil industry.
2. Rothschild Family: $350 billion
This family has been involved in the banking business since the 1760s.
1. Mansa Musa: $400 billion
He was the tenth emperor of the Mali Empire and is considered to be the richest human being in all history.
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The #1 Musa 1 of Mali (c. 1280 – c. 1337) was because of tons of gold. Musa’s generous actions, however, inadvertently devastated the economy of the region. In the cities of Cairo, Medina and Mecca, the sudden influx of gold devalued the metal for the next decade. Prices on goods and wares greatly inflated. To rectify the gold market, Musa borrowed all the gold he could carry from money-lenders in Cairo, at high interest. This is the only time recorded in history that one man directly controlled the price of gold in the Mediterranean.
I was surprised that a Chinese Emperor, Kublai Khan, or Alexander The Great were not in the top 10.
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