Born on 16th day

September 16, 16 Julia Drusilla a member of the Roman imperial family, the second daughter and fifth child to survive infancy of Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder, and sister of the Emperor Caligula. Drusilla also had two sisters and two other brothers. She was also a great-granddaughter of the Emperor Augustus, grand-niece of the Emperor Tiberius, niece of the Emperor Claudius, and aunt of the Emperor Nero
November 16, 42 Tiberius Roman Emperor from 14 AD to 37 Born Tiberius Claudius Nero, a Claudian, Tiberius was the son of Tiberius Claudius Nero and Livia Drusilla. His mother divorced Nero and married Augustus in 39 BC, making him a step-son of Octavian
January 16, 378 Chak Tok Ich'aak I an early Maya king of Mutal. He is one of Tikal's best known kings, with his name recorded on a number of ceramic pieces and a stela, with the possibility of a second stela also being attributed to him
March 16, 455 Heraclius (primicerius sacri cubiculi) an influential eunuch of the Western Roman Emperor Valentinian III.
June 16, 839 Rorgon I Count of Maine named for him. He was Count of Rennes from 819 and of Maine from 832 until his death
April 16, 886 Joscelin (bishop of Paris) or Gauzlin , Bishop of Paris and defender of the city against the Northmen , was, according to some authorities, the son of Rorgon I, count of Maine, according to others the natural son of the emperor Louis I.
April 16, 963 William I of Weimar the first known member of the house of the counts of Weimar.
February 16, 1032 Emperor Yingzong of Song the fifth emperor of the Song Dynasty of China. His personal name was originally Zhao Zongshi but he later changed it to Zhao Shu. He reigned from 1063 to 1067. His temple name means "Outstandingly Talented Ancestor"
April 16, 1039 William III of Weimar count of Weimar from 1003 and of the Eichsfeld from 1022.
October 16, 1047 Henry VII Duke of Bavaria the count of Luxembourg from 1026 and duke of Bavaria from 1042 until his death. He was the son of Frederick, count of Moselgau, and possibly Ermentrude of Gleiberg
September 16, 1074 Al-Musta'li the ninth Fatimid Caliph, and believed by the Mustaali Ismaili sect to be the 19th imam. Al-Musta‘li was made caliph by the vizier Malik al-Afdal Shahanshah as the successor to al-Mustansir. By and large, al-Musta‘li was subordinate to Malik al-Afdal. One complication with the selection of al-Musta‘li was that his older brother Nizar was considered by Nizar's supporters to be the rightful heir to the throne. This led to a power struggle within the Fatimids, and although Nizar's revolt was unsuccessful , the break from the rules of succession caused a schism amongst the Ismaili Shia. In Seljuk Syria and Persia, the Nizari sect developed, one branch of which is known to history as the Hashshashin. Supporters of Musta'li's imamate became known as the Mustaali sect
February 16, 1084 Siegfried I (archbishop of Mainz) the Abbot of Fulda from 25 December 1058 until 6 January 1060, and from January 1060 until his death in February 1084, he was Archbishop of Mainz.
January 16, 1093 Isaac Komnenos (son of Alexios I) the third son of Byzantine Emperor Alexios I Komnenos and Empress Irene Doukaina. He was raised to the high rank of sebastokrator by his older brother John II Komnenos, but they later fell out and Isaac was exiled by John for several years. During the struggle for John's succession in 1143, he supported the unsuccessful candidacy of his nephew, likewise named Isaac, over the younger Manuel I Komnenos. A few years later, he was forced to retire to a monastery by Manuel. Isaac was noted for his erudition and his patronage of learning
November 16, 1109 Ingulf a Benedictine abbot of Crowland, head of Crowland Abbey in Lincolnshire. He was an Englishman who, having travelled to England on diplomatic business as secretary of William, Duke of Normandy, in 1051, was made Abbot of Crowland in 1087 at Duke William's instigation after he had become king of England and the abbacy had fallen vacant. 1087 was in the last year of William's reign
April 16, 1127 Felix of Valois a hermit and a co-founder of the Trinitarian Order.
June 16, 1139 Emperor Konoe the 76th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession.
August 16, 1153 Bernard de Tremelay the fourth Grand Master of the Knights Templar.
January 16, 1160 Herman III Margrave of Baden Margrave of Verona and Baden.
July 16, 1164 Frederick V Duke of Swabia duke of Swabia from 1167 to his death. He was the eldest son of Frederick III Barbarossa and Beatrice I, Countess of Burgundy
July 16, 1194 Clare of Assisi an Italian saint and one of the first followers of Saint Francis of Assisi. She founded the Order of Poor Ladies, a monastic religious order for women in the Franciscan tradition, and wrote their Rule of Life—the first monastic rule known to have been written by a woman. Following her death, the order she founded was renamed in her honor as the Order of Saint Clare, commonly referred to today as the Poor Clares
August 16, 1243 Stepan Tverdislavich a Novgorodian posadnik in 1230–43.
January 16, 1245 Edmund Crouchback the second surviving son of King Henry III of England of the House of Plantagenet and Queen Eleanor of Provence. In his childhood he had a claim on the Kingdom of Sicily, but he never ruled there. In 1265 he was granted all the lands of Simon de Montfort and from 1267 he was titled Earl of Leicester. In that year he also began to rule Lancashire, but he did not take the title Earl of Lancaster until 1276. Between 1276 and 1284 he was also Count of Champagne and Brie, governing those counties in right of his second wife, Blanche of Artois, until her daughter from a previous marriage came of age. His nickname, "Crouchback" , refers to his participation in the Ninth Crusade
February 16, 1270 Otto von Lutterberg the Ordensmeister of the Livonian Order of the Teutonic Knights from 1266 to 1270, and was in command of the Livonian Order in 1268 when the Knights were heavily defeated by a Russian army at the Battle of Rakvere.
August 16, 1278 Napoleone della Torre an Italian nobleman, who was effective Lord of Milan in the late 13th century. He was a member of the della Torre family, the father of Corrado della Torre and the brother of Raimondo della Torre
September 16, 1295 Elizabeth de Clare the heiress to the lordships of Clare, Suffolk in England and Usk in Wales. She was the youngest of the three daughters of Gilbert de Clare, 6th Earl of Hertford and Joan of Acre, and sister of Gilbert de Clare, who later succeeded as the 7th Earl. Born in Acre, she is commonly referred to as Elizabeth de Burgh, due to her first marriage to John de Burgh. Her two successive husbands were Theobald II de Verdun and Roger D'Amory
February 16, 1304 Jayaatu Khan Emperor Wenzong of Yuan regarded as the 12th Great Khan of the Mongols in Mongolia.
April 16, 1319 John II of France a monarch of the House of Valois who ruled as King of France from 1350 until his death.
February 16, 1331 Coluccio Salutati a Tuscan humanist and man of letters, and one of the most important political and cultural leaders of Renaissance Florence; as chancellor of the Republic and its most prominent voice, he was effectively the permanent secretary of state in the generation before the rise of the Medici.
June 16, 1332 Isabella de Coucy the eldest daughter of King Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault and the wife of Enguerrand VII, Lord of Coucy, by whom she had two daughters.
March 16, 1338 Thomas de Beauchamp 12th Earl of Warwick an English medieval nobleman, and one of the primary opponents of Richard II.
October 16, 1351 Gian Galeazzo Visconti the first Duke of Milan and ruled the late-medieval city just before the dawn of the Renaissance. He was the great founding patron of the Certosa di Pavia, completing the Visconti Castle at Pavia begun by his father and furthering work on the Duomo of Milan
April 16, 1355 Filippo Calendario an architect, a designer of the 14th century Doge's Palace, Venice. He was executed for treason
August 16, 1355 Philippa 5th Countess of Ulster the suo jure Countess of Ulster.
January 16, 1362 Robert de Vere Duke of Ireland a favourite and court companion of King Richard II of England.
December 16, 1364 Manuel III of Trebizond Emperor of Trebizond from March 20, 1390 to his death in 1417. He was the son of Emperor Alexios III of Trebizond by Theodora Kantakouzene
August 16, 1378 Hongxi Emperor the fourth emperor of the Ming Dynasty of China. He succeeded his father, the Yongle Emperor, in 1424. His era name means "Vastly bright"
December 16, 1378 Secondotto Marquess of Montferrat the Margrave of Montferrat from 1372 to his death, the third of the Greek Palaeologan dynasty. His name Secondotto may derive from his being the second Otto to rule Montferrat in his own right, though he would really be Otto III. More probably it is derived from Saint Secundus , the patron saint of Asti, which his father treated as the capital of the marquisate. The Otto may be in honour of Otto, Duke of Brunswick-Grubenhagen, a close ally of his father
September 16, 1390 Karigaila a son of Algirdas, Grand Duke of Lithuania, and his second wife Uliana of Tver. He became the ruler of Mstsislaw after he captured it from the Principality of Smolensk. He is sometimes mistaken for his brother Constantine, who was the founder of the House of Czartoryski
October 16, 1396 William de la Pole 1st Duke of Suffolk an English commander in the Hundred Years' War and Lord High Admiral of England from 1447 until 1450. He was nicknamed Jack Napes, from which the word "jackanapes" derives. He also appears prominently in William Shakespeare's Henry VI, Part 1 and Henry VI, Part 2
March 16, 1399 Xuande Emperor the fifth emperor of the Ming Dynasty of China from 1425 to 1435. His era name means "Proclamation of Virtue"
August 16, 1401 Jacqueline Countess of Hainaut Duchess of Bavaria-Straubing, Countess of Holland and Zeeland and Countess of Hainaut from 1417 to 1433. She was also Dauphine of France for a short time between 1415 and 1417 and Duchess of Gloucester in the 1420s, if her marriage to Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, is accepted as valid
May 16, 1418 John II of Cyprus the King of Cyprus and Armenia and also titular King of Jerusalem from 1432 to 1458. He was previously a Titular Prince of Antioch. In May, 1435/1440 he married Aimee or Amadea Palaiologina of Monferrato , Queen of Cyprus, Titular Queen of Jerusalem and Armenia, daughter of John Jacob, Marquess of Montferrat, without issue. His second wife, a distant relative of his first one, married in Nicosia, 1441 or February 3, 1442 was Helena Palaiologina , only child and daughter of Theodore II Palaeologus, Despot of Morea and his wife Cleofa Malatesta. Theodore was a son of Eastern Roman Emperor Manuel II Palaeologus and Helena Dragaš and the brother of the last two Eastern Roman Emperor, John VIII Palaeologus and Constantine XI Palaeologus. By his second marriage he had two daughters:
February 16, 1419 John I Duke of Cleves Duke of Cleves and Count of Mark.
October 16, 1430 James II of Scotland the son of James I and Joan Beaufort. Nothing is known of his early life, but by his first birthday his twin and only brother, Alexander, who was also the older twin, had died, thus making James the heir apparent and Duke of Rothesay. Curiously enough, James held no other titles while Duke of Rothesay. On 21 February 1437, James I was assassinated and the six-year-old Duke of Rothesay immediately succeeded him as James II
November 16, 1436 Leonardo Loredan the doge of the Republic of Venice from 1501 until his death, in the course of the War of the League of Cambrai.
March 16, 1445 Johann Geiler von Kaisersberg a Swiss-born priest, considered one of the greatest of the popular preachers of the 15th century.
November 16, 1457 Beatrice of Naples the daughter of Ferdinand I of Naples and Isabella of Clermont. She was twice Queen of Hungary and of Bohemia, having married both Matthias Corvinus and Vladislaus II
September 16, 1462 Pietro Pomponazzi an Italian philosopher. He is sometimes known by his Latin name, Petrus Pomponatius
March 16, 1465 Kunigunde of Austria an Austrian Archduchess member of the House of Habsburg and by marriage Duchess of Bavaria-Munich and since 1503 over all Bavaria.
November 16, 1466 Francesco Cattani da Diacceto a Florentine Neoplatonist philosopher of the Italian Renaissance.