Born on 9th day

April 9, 92 Yuan An regarded as the founder of the powerful Yuan clan of Ru'nan, one of the leading aristocratic families of the Eastern Han.
September 9, 214 Aurelian Roman Emperor from 270 to 275. Born in humble circumstances, he rose through the military ranks to become emperor. During his reign, he defeated the Alamanni after a devastating war. He also defeated the Goths, Vandals, Juthungi, Sarmatians, and Carpi. Aurelian restored the Empire's eastern provinces after his conquest of the Palmyrene Empire in 273. The following year he conquered the Gallic Empire in the west, reuniting the Empire in its entirety. He was also responsible for the construction of the Aurelian Walls in Rome, and the abandonment of the province of Dacia
August 9, 378 Traianus (magister peditum) a Roman general under Emperor Valens with whom he died in the battle of Adrianople.
September 9, 384 Honorius (emperor) Western Roman Emperor from 395 to 423. He was the younger son of emperor Theodosius I and his first wife Aelia Flaccilla, and brother of Arcadius, who was the Eastern Emperor from 395 until his death in 408
April 9, 436 Tan Daoji a high level general of the Chinese dynasty Liu Song. He was one of the most respected generals during the Southern and Northern Dynasties era. Because of this, however, he was feared by Emperor Wen and even more so by Emperor Wen's brother, the prime minister Liu Yikang the Prince of Pengcheng, and during an illness of Emperor Wen, Liu Yikang had Tan arrested and executed on false accusations of treason
December 9, 638 Sergius I of Constantinople the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 610 to 638. He is most famous for promoting Monothelite Christianity, especially through the Ecthesis
January 9, 727 Emperor Daizong of Tang an emperor of the Chinese Tang Dynasty.
March 9, 1062 Herbert II Count of Maine Count of Maine from 1051 to 1062. He was a Hugonide, son of Hugh IV of Maine and Bertha of Blois
June 9, 1075 Lothair II Holy Roman Emperor Duke of Saxony as well as King of Germany from 1125 and Holy Roman Emperor from 1133 until his death. The son of the Saxon count Gebhard of Supplinburg, his reign was troubled by the constant intriguing of the Hohenstaufen duke Frederick II of Swabia and Duke Conrad of Franconia. He died whilst returning from a successful campaign against the Norman Kingdom of Sicily
March 9, 1098 Thoros of Edessa an Armenian ruler of Edessa at the time of the First Crusade. Thoros was a former officer in the Byzantine Empire and a lieutenant of Philaretos Brachamios. He was Armenian but practiced the Greek Orthodox faith
August 9, 1122 Cuno of Praeneste a German Cardinal and papal legate, an influential diplomatic figure of the early 12th century, active in France and Germany.
May 9, 1147 Minamoto no Yoritomo the founder and the first shogun of the Kamakura Shogunate of Japan. He ruled from 1192 until 1199
July 9, 1169 Guido of Pisa a geographer from Pisa. In 1119 he edited and updated the Geographica, a geographic encyclopedia first created in the eighth century by Anonymous of Ravenna. It followed in the tradition of earlier geographies, such as Strabo's Geographica, Pomponius Mela's De situ orbis, Claudius Ptolemy's Geographia, and the Antonine Itinerary. Guido's book included text, as well as maps of Italy and the world as it was known to the Romans. It also included the only known text of the Carmen in victoriam Pisanorum. His map of the Western Roman Empire contains the inscription Carantano, which is probably the first cartographical mention of the Slovene territory
August 9, 1173 Najm ad-Din Ayyub a Kurdish soldier and politician from Dvin, and the father of Saladin. He is eponymous ancestor of the Ayyubid dynasty
September 9, 1191 Conrad II Duke of Bohemia a member of Přemyslid dynasty, son of Duke Conrad II of Znojmo. He was the duke of Znojmo from 1177 until he was made margrave of Moravia from 1182 to 1186. He was then duke of Bohemia from 1189 to his death. Conrad was the son of Conrad I, Duke of Moravia, part of Znojmo and of the Serb princess Maria of the Vukanović dynasty, and thus grandson of the zhoupan Uroš I of Serbia. Conrad was grandson of first duke of Znojmo Luitold
October 9, 1200 Isabel Marshal a medieval English countess. She was the wife of both Gilbert de Clare, 4th Earl of Hertford and 5th Earl of Gloucester and Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall. With the former, she was a great grandparent of King Robert the Bruce of Scotland
August 9, 1201 Arnold Fitz Thedmar a London chronicler and merchant; he was born in London.
October 9, 1201 Robert de Sorbon a French theologian, the chaplain of Louis IX of France, and founder of the Sorbonne college in Paris.
January 9, 1205 Giovanni di San Paolo a Benedictine monk at San Paolo fuori le Muri in Rome. He was made Cardinal-Deacon on February 20, 1193, then Cardinal Priest of Santa Prisca in May 1193 and finally Cardinal Bishop of Sabina at the end of 1204. He is often referred to as a member of the powerful Roman Colonna family, but modern scholars have established that this is based on the falsehood from the beginning of 16th century. More likely he was nephew of Celestine III and member of the Bobone family. He studied medicine at Amalfi
March 9, 1213 Hugh IV Duke of Burgundy Duke of Burgundy between 1218 and 1272. Hugh was the son of Odo III, Duke of Burgundy and Alice de Vergy
October 9, 1221 Salimbene di Adam a source for Italian history of the 13th century.
September 9, 1230 Siegfried II (Archbishop of Mainz) archbishop of Mainz from 1200 to 1230.
March 9, 1249 Siegfried III (Archbishop of Mainz) Archbishop of Mainz from 1230 to 1249. He in 1244 granted freedom to the citizens of Mainz, who subsequently could run their affairs more independently though their own council; in law it remained an episcopal city
July 9, 1249 Emperor Kameyama the 90th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. His reign spanned the years from 1259 through 1274
October 9, 1261 Denis of Portugal King of Portugal and the Algarve. The eldest son of Afonso III of Portugal by his second wife, Beatrice of Castile and grandson of king Alfonso X of Castile , Denis succeeded his father in 1279
December 9, 1268 Vaišvilkas the Grand Duke of Lithuania. He was son of Mindaugas, the first and only King of Lithuania
October 9, 1269 Louis III Duke of Bavaria duke of Lower Bavaria from 1290 until 1296 as co-regnant with his brothers Otto III and Stephen I.
February 9, 1274 Louis of Toulouse a cadet of the royal French house of Anjou who was made a Catholic bishop.
April 9, 1283 Margaret Maid of Norway a Norwegian princess who reigned as Queen of Scots from 1286 until her death. Her death while traveling to Scotland sparked off the disputed succession which led to the Wars of Scottish Independence
March 9, 1285 Emperor Go-Nijō the 94th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. He reigned from March 3, 1301 until September 10, 1308
April 9, 1285 Ayurbarwada Buyantu Khan Emperor Renzong of Yuan regarded as the eighth Great Khan of the Mongols. His name means "blessed/good Khan" in the Mongolian language. His name "Ayurbarwada" was from a Sanskrit compound "Āyur-parvata", which means "the mountain of longevity", in contrast with Emperor Wuzong's name Qaišan
March 9, 1291 Cangrande I della Scala an Italian nobleman, the most celebrated of the della Scala family which ruled Verona from 1277 until 1387. Now perhaps best known as the leading patron of the poet Dante Alighieri, Cangrande was in his own day chiefly acclaimed as a successful warrior and autocrat. Between becoming sole ruler of Verona in 1311 and his death in 1329 he took control of several neighbouring cities, notably Vicenza, Padua and Treviso, and came to be regarded as the leader of the Ghibelline faction in northern Italy
June 9, 1309 Rupert I Elector Palatine Count Palatine of the Rhine from 1353 to 1356, and Elector Palatine from 10 January 1356 to 16 February 1390.
February 9, 1313 Maria of Portugal Queen of Castile a Portuguese infanta , Queen consort of Castile upon her marriage to Alfonso XI in 1328, and mother of King Peter of Castile. She was the first daughter of King Afonso IV of Portugal and his first wife Beatrice of Castile. Her maternal grandparents were Sancho IV of Castile and María de Molina
February 9, 1323 Margaret of Brabant Countess of Flanders a countess consort of Flanders. She was the second daughter of Duke John III of Brabant and Mary of Évreux. She was the only child of Duke John to have children. In 1347 she married Duke Louis II of Flanders and on 13 April 1350 she gave birth to her only surviving child, Margaret III, Countess of Flanders. Through this daughter, Brabant came under the influence of Burgundy, when she married Philip the Bold
October 9, 1328 Peter I of Cyprus King of Cyprus and titular King of Jerusalem from his father's abdication on 24 November 1358 until his own death in 1369. He was also Latin King of Armenia from either 1361 or 1368. He was the second son of Hugh IV of Cyprus, the first by his second wife Alice of Ibelin. He was also invested as titular Count of Tripoli when young, in 1346. He was the greatest King of Cyprus on a military basis, where he had great success. He was unable to complete many plans, due to internal dispute that culminated in his assassination at the hands of three of his own knights
February 9, 1344 Meinhard III Count of Gorizia-Tyrol Duke of Upper Bavaria and the last Count of Tyrol from the House of Wittelsbach. Meinhard was the son of Duke Louis V of Bavaria with Countess Margaret, Countess of Tyrol and as such also the last descendant of Meinhard I, Count of Gorizia
September 9, 1349 Albert III Duke of Austria Duke of Austria from 1365 until his death.
November 9, 1389 Isabella of Valois Queen consort of England as the second spouse of King Richard Her parents were King Charles VI of France and Isabeau of Bavaria.
December 9, 1392 Peter Duke of Coimbra a Portuguese infante of the House of Aviz, son of King John I of Portugal and his wife Philippa of Lancaster, daughter of John of Gaunt. In Portugal he is better known as Infante Pedro das Sete Partidas , "of the Seven Parts " because of his travels. Possibly the most well-travelled prince of his time, he was regent between 1439 and 1448. He was also 1st Lord of Montemor-o-Velho, Aveiro, Tentúgal, Cernache, Pereira, Condeixa and Lousã
April 9, 1396 John VIII Count of Harcourt a count of Aumale. He was the son of John VII of Harcourt, count of Harcourt, and of Marie of Alençon, a "princess of the blood"
November 9, 1414 Albrecht III Achilles Elector of Brandenburg a Prince-elector of the Margraviate of Brandenburg. He received the nickname Achilles because of his knightly qualities. He also ruled the Principality of Ansbach
February 9, 1420 Dorothea of Brandenburg Duchess of Mecklenburg a princess of Brandenburg by birth and by marriage Duchess of Mecklenburg.
March 9, 1421 Francesco Sassetti an Italian banker.
June 9, 1424 Blanche II of Navarre the daughter of John II of Aragon and Blanche I of Navarre. She was also Princess of Asturias by marriage
September 9, 1427 Thomas de Ros 9th Baron de Ros a follower of the House of Lancaster during the Wars of the Roses.
February 9, 1441 Ali-Shir Nava'i a Central Asian Turkic poet, writer, politician, linguist, mystic, and painter. He was the greatest representative of Chagatai language literature
December 9, 1447 Chenghua Emperor Emperor of the Ming dynasty in China, between 1464 and 1487. His era name means "Accomplished change"
March 9, 1454 Amerigo Vespucci an Italian explorer, financier, navigator and cartographer who first demonstrated that Brazil and the West Indies did not represent Asia's eastern outskirts as initially conjectured from Columbus' voyages, but instead constituted an entirely separate landmass hitherto unknown to Afro-Eurasians. Colloquially referred to as the New World, this second super continent came to be termed "America", deriving its name from Americus, the Latin version of Vespucci's first name
January 9, 1455 William IV Duke of Jülich-Berg the last ruler of the Duchy of Jülich-Berg.