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106 Pope Kedron of Alexandria 4th Pope of Alexandria & Patriarch of the See of Mark. When the priest and Bishops who served in the country learned that the Bishop Avilius, Patriarch of Alexandria had died, they grieved greatly and they gathered in the city of Alexandria to consult with the Christian people there, and they cast the ballot to find out who deserved to sit on the Throne of Alexandria. They all agreed, with the confirmation of God, to elect a righteous man named Kedronos. It was said that he was among those who had been baptized by Saint Mark, and he was enthroned Patriarch in the month of Babab , in the year 96 AD, during the reign of the Roman Emperor Trajan
202 Yuan Shao a warlord who lived in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. He occupied the northern territories of China during the civil war that occurred towards the end of the Han Dynasty and the beginning of the Three Kingdoms era. He was also an elder half-brother of Yuan Shu, a warlord who controlled the Huai River region, though the two were not on good terms with each other
548 Theodora (wife of Justinian I) empress of the Byzantine empire and the wife of Emperor Justinian She was one of the more influential and powerful empresses of the Byzantine empire. Some sources mention her as empress regnant with Justinian I as her co-regent
572 Alboin king of the Lombards from about 560 until 572. During his reign the Lombards ended their migrations by settling in Italy, the northern part of which Alboin conquered between 569 and 572. He had a lasting effect on Italy and the Pannonian Basin; in the former his invasion marked the beginning of centuries of Lombard rule, and in the latter his defeat of the Gepids and his departure from Pannonia ended the dominance there of the Germanic peoples
683 Pope Leo II reigned from 17 August 682 to his death in 683.
767 Pope Paul I Pope from 29 May 757 to his death in 767. He first served as a Roman deacon and was frequently employed by his brother, Pope Stephen II, in negotiations with the Lombard kings
928 Louis the Blind the king of Provence from 11 January 887, King of Italy from 12 October 900, and briefly Holy Roman Emperor, as Louis III, between 901 and 905. He was the son of Boso, the usurper king of Provence, and Ermengard, a daughter of the Emperor Louis Through his father, he was a Bosonid, but through his mother, a Carolingian. He was blinded after a failed invasion of Italy in 905
1022 Notker Labeo a Benedictine monk and the first commentator on Aristotle active in the Middle Ages. "Labeo" means "the thick lipped". Later he was named Teutonicus in recognition of his services to the German language
1061 Floris I Count of Holland Count of Holland, then called Frisia west of the Vlie, from 1049 to 1061. He was a son of Dirk III and Othelindis
1174 Andrey Bogolyubsky Grand prince of Vladimir-Suzdal from 1157 till his death. He was the son of Yuri Dolgoruki, who proclaimed Andrei a prince in Vyshhorod. His mother was a Polovtsian/Cuman princess, khan Aepa's/Ayepa's daughter. He was known in the West as Scythian Caesar. Andrey is beatified as a saint in Russian Orthodox Church
1189 Matilda of England Duchess of Saxony the eldest daughter of King Henry II of England and Queen Eleanor. Through her marriage with Henry the Lion, she was Duchess of Saxony and of Bavaria
1194 Emperor Xiaozong of Song the eleventh emperor of the Song Dynasty of China, and the second emperor of the Southern Song. His personal name was Zhao Shen. He reigned from 1162 to 1189. His temple name means "Filial Ancestor"
1345 Henry II Duke of Świdnica a Duke of Świdnica from 1326 until his death.
1385 Andronikos IV Palaiologos Byzantine Emperor from 1376 to 1379.
1473 Pierre d'Amboise a French nobleman of the House of Amboise. He was a son of Hugh VIII of Amboise, who was killed at the battle of Agincourt, and of Jeanne de Guénand
1532 Pompeo Colonna an Italian Cardinal, politician and condottiero.
1572 Johannes Goropius Becanus a Dutch physician, linguist, and humanist.
1586 Primož Trubar the Protestant reformer, most known as the author of the first Slovene language printed book, the founder and the first superintendent of the Protestant Church of the Slovene Lands, notable for consolidating the Slovene language. Trubar is the key figure of Slovenian cultural history and in many aspects a major historical personality
1598 Abraham Ortelius a Flemish cartographer and geographer, generally recognized as the creator of the first modern atlas, the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. He is also believed to be the first person to imagine that the continents were joined together before drifting to their present positions
1607 Domenico Fontana a Swiss engineer of the late Renaissance. He worked primarily in Italy
1623 Federico Ubaldo della Rovere Duke of Urbino Duke of Urbino and the father of Vittoria della Rovere.
1628 Jens Munk a Dano-Norwegian navigator and explorer who was born in Norway where his father, Erik Munk, had received several fiefs for his achievements in the Northern Seven Years' War. He returned to Denmark at the age of eight. He entered into the service of King Christian IV and is most noted for his attempts to find the Northwest Passage to India
1681 Marie Angélique de Scorailles a French noblewoman and one of the many mistresses of Louis XIV. A lady-in-waiting to his sister-in-law Elizabeth Charlotte, Princess Palatine, the Duchess of Orléans, she caught the attention of the Sun King and became his lover in 1679. She died most probably as a result of complications arising from childbirth
1709 Gustaf Adlerfelt a Swedish historical writer born near Stockholm, brother of Pehr Adlerfelt.
1716 George FitzRoy 1st Duke of Northumberland the third and youngest illegitimate son of King Charles II and his mother Barbara Villiers, Countess of Castlemaine. On 1 October 1674, he was created Earl of Northumberland, Baron of Pontefract and Viscount Falmouth. On 6 April 1683, he was created Duke of Northumberland
1736 Christian Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels a duke of Saxe-Weissenfels-Querfurt and member of the House of Wettin.
1742 Jan Josef Ignác Brentner a Czech composer of the Baroque era.
1745 Antoine Forqueray a French composer and virtuoso of the viola da gamba.
1748 Joseph-Anne-Marie de Moyriac de Mailla a French Jesuit missionary to China.
1750 Conyers Middleton an English clergyman. Mired in controversy and disputes, and with a reputation as an unbeliever, he was also considered one of the best stylists in English of his time
1754 Martin Folkes PRS , English antiquary, numismatist mathematician, and astronomer.
1757 Sophia Dorothea of Hanover a Queen consort in Prussia as wife of Frederick William She was the sister of George II of Great Britain and the mother of Frederick II of Prussia.
1792 Elizabeth Ann Linley the first daughter of the composer Thomas Linley and his wife Mary Johnson, and was herself the wife of the playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan.
1794 Ignacy Jakub Massalski a Polish-Lithuanian nobleman.
1797 Bernhard Rode a Prussian artist and engraver well known for portraying historical scenes and allegorical works. He knew most of the central figures in the Berlin Enlightenment as Friedrich Nicolai and Gotthold Lessing, and the philosophical and political discussions of the Berlin Philosophs informed much of the subject matter of his artistic work. His paintings include several works depicting, in various guises, the King of Prussia Frederick the Great, who ruled the Prussia during much of Rode's lifetime. Rode was director of the Berlin Academy of the Arts from 1783 until his death in 1797
1797 Pietro Verri an Italian philosopher, economist, historian and writer.
1800 Théophile Corret de la Tour d'Auvergne a French officer named by Napoleon "first grenadier of France". He was also a celtomaniac antiquarian who introduced the words "dolmen" and "menhir" into general archaeological usage
1813 Gerhard von Scharnhorst a general in Prussian service, Chief of the Prussian General Staff, noted for his military theories, his reforms of the Prussian army, and his leadership during the Napoleonic Wars.
1816 Johannes Flüggé a German botanist and physician who was a native of Hamburg.
1821 August Friedrich Schweigger a German naturalist born in Erlangen. He was the younger brother of scientist Johann Salomo Christoph Schweigger
1824 Hans Henric von Essen a Swedish officer, courtier and statesman.
1826 Friedrich August Marschall von Bieberstein an early explorer of the flora and archaeology of the southern portion of Imperial Russia, including the Caucasus and Novorossiya. He complied the first comprehensive flora catalogue of the Crimeo-Caucasian region
1829 Georg Wolfgang Franz Panzer a German botanist and entomologist.
1830 José Fernández Madrid a Neogranadine statesman, physician, scientist and writer, who was President of the interim triumvirate of the United Provinces of New Granada in 1814, and President of the United Provinces of the New Granada in 1816. After the Spanish retook New Granada, he was barred from the country and was exiled in Havana, where he continued his scientific studies and worked as a doctor. He was later pardoned and allowed to come back to Colombia, and was appointed ambassador to France and to the United Kingdom where he died in 1830
1834 Joseph Bové a Russian neoclassical architect with Italian roots who supervised reconstruction of Moscow after the Fire of 1812.
1836 James Madison an American statesman, political theorist and the fourth President of the United States. He is hailed as the "Father of the Constitution" for being instrumental in the drafting of the United States Constitution and as the key champion and author of the United States Bill of Rights. He served as a politician much of his adult life
1838 Friedrich Accum a German chemist, whose most important achievements included advances in the field of gas lighting, efforts to keep processed foods free from dangerous additives, and the promotion of interest in the science of chemistry to the general populace. From 1793 to 1821 Accum lived in London. Following an apprenticeship as an apothecary, he opened his own commercial laboratory enterprise. His business manufactured and sold a variety of chemicals and laboratory equipment. Accum, himself, gave fee based public lectures in practical chemistry and collaborated with research efforts at numerous other institutes of science
1848 Jean-Baptiste Debret a French painter, who produced many valuable lithographs depicting the people of Brazil.
1857 Nino Chavchavadze a daughter of the famous Georgian knyaz and poet Alexander Chavchavadze and wife of Russian diplomat and playwright Alexandr Griboyedov.
1857 Joseph Fischhof a Czech-Austrian pianist, composer and professor at the Vienna Conservatory of Music, belonging to the Romantic school.