Professor Robert Langdon
This protagonist of the novel is a professor of religious symbology at Harvard University. His central objective in the novel is to ensure that the scientific findings of his former student reach the public following his murder.
This character in the novel is a billionaire computer scientist and entrepreneur. He is murdered as he begins a presentation of his scientific findings on the origin and future of mankind.
This computer-generated artificial intelligence program was developed by the protagonist's former student. Its central objective in the novel is to increase the exposure of its creator's presentation on human origins and projected future.
Bishop Antonio Valdespino
This religious leader is one of three who meet with a computer scientist and futurist to discuss his discovery of human origins. He is a close advisor to Spain's royal family.
This character is engaged to...
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