The earliest known globe was constructed by the scholar Crates of Mallus in Cilicia (now Çukurova in modern-day Turkey) around 150 BC. An ancient celestial globe that still exists was made about 150 AD as part of a sculpture, called the Farnese Atlas, in the Naples Museum, Naples, Italy. The first globe of the Old World was constructed in the Muslim world during the Middle Ages. The oldest existing terrestrial globe was made by Martin Behaim in Nürnberg, Germany, in 1474. A facsimile globe showing America was made by Martin Waldseemueller in 1507. Another early globe, the Hunt-Lenox Globe, ca. 1507, is thought to be the source of the phrase "Here be dragons."
Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globe#History
A guy called William globe obviously
I think Albert Einstein invented the light globe
The first globe wasn't discovered it was created after Christopher Columbus discovered the Earth was round. However, some will say an astronomer Nicholas Copernieus invented the first globe when everyone thought the world was flat to demonstrate his ideas.
he invented the globe
The first Globe Theatre was burnt down accidentally. The first Globe Theatre was burnt down accidentally.
in 1599 the first globe theatre built
in 1599 the first Globe Theatre built
The first person to invent the globe is Martin Behaim.
Sir Francis Drake was the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe.