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756 Emperor Shōmu the 45th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession.
863 Charles (archbishop of Mainz) the second son of Pepin I of Aquitaine and Engelberga.
1039 Conrad II Holy Roman Emperor Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire from 1027 until his death in 1039. The founder of the Salian dynasty of emperors, Conrad also served as King of Germany from 1024, King of Italy from 1026, and King of Burgundy from 1033
1076 Sancho IV of Navarre King of Navarre from 1054 to 1076. He was the eldest son and heir of García Sánchez III and his wife Estefanía
1094 Sancho Ramírez King of Aragon and King of Navarre. He was the son of Ramiro I of Aragon and Ermesinda of Bigorre, and he succeeded his father in 1063
1102 Władysław I Herman a Duke of Poland from 1079 until his death.
1134 Magnus I of Sweden a Danish duke who ruled Gothenland in southern Sweden from 1125 to 1130. His status as ruler of Sweden was disputed in his own time, but today he is recognized as one of the historical Swedish monarchs. Snorri Sturlason invented an epithet for him: Magnus the Strong
1135 Emperor Huizong of Song the eighth and one of the most famous emperors of the Song dynasty of China, with a personal life spent amidst luxury, sophistication and art but ending in tragedy. It was during his reign that the Jurchens of the Jin dynasty invaded, beginning the Jin–Song wars. He was captured by the Jurchens and taken to Manchuria in the Jingkang Incident
1206 Adela of Champagne Queen of France as the third wife of Louis VII. She was the daughter of Theobald II, Count of Champagne, and Matilda of Carinthia, and was named after her grandmother, Adela of Normandy
1246 Isabella of Angoulême queen consort of England as the second wife of King John from 1200 until John's death in 1216. She was also reigning Countess of Angoulême from 1202 until 1246
1257 Przemysł I of Greater Poland a Duke of Greater Poland , Duke of Poznań and Gniezno during 1247–1249, Duke of Poznań and Kalisz during 1249–1250, sole Duke of Greater Poland during 1250–1253 and Duke of Poznań from 1253 until his death.
1394 Mary de Bohun the first wife of King Henry IV of England and the mother of King Henry Mary was never queen, as she died before her husband came to the throne.
1463 Flavio Biondo an Italian Renaissance humanist historian. He was one of the first historians to used a three-period division of history and is known as one of the first archaeologists. Born in the capital city of Forlì, in the Romagna region, Flavio was well schooled from an early age, studying under Ballistario of Cremona. During a brief stay in Milan, he discovered and transcribed the unique manuscript of Cicero's dialogue Brutus. He moved to Rome in 1433 where he began work on his writing career; he was appointed secretary to the Cancelleria under Eugene IV in 1444 and accompanied Eugene in his exile, in Ferrara and Florence. After his patron's death, Flavio was employed by his papal successors, Nicholas V, Callixtus III and the great humanist Pius II
1526 Francisco Fernández de la Cueva 2nd Duke of Alburquerque a Spanish nobleman.
1530 Maximilian Sforza a Duke of Milan from the Sforza family, the son of Lodovico Sforza. He ruled 1512–1515, between the occupations of Louis XII of France , and Francis I of France in 1515. After the French victory at the Battle of Marignano, Massimiliano was imprisoned by the returning French troops. He waived his rights to Milan for the sum of 30,000 ducats and continued to live in France
1577 Alvise I Mocenigo There were three Doges, and many other prominent Venetians, called Alvise Mocenigo. Alvise I Mocenigo was doge of Venice from 1570 to 1577
1585 Muretus the Latinized name of Marc Antoine Muret , a French humanist who was among the revivers of a Ciceronian Latin style and is among the usual candidates for the best Latin prose stylist of the Renaissance.
1592 François Duke of Montpensier the Duke of Montpensier and member of the House of Bourbon. He was the brother of Charlotte de Bourbon, Princess of Orange and wife of William the Silent, Prince of Orange. He was the great grandfather of La Grande Mademoiselle cousin of Louis XIV
1616 Adam Hieronim Sieniawski (1576–1616) a Polish–Lithuanian noble.
1622 Péter Révay a Hungarian nobleman, Royal Crown Guard for the Holy Crown of Hungary, poet, state official, soldier and historian. He was the grandson of Ferenc Révay
1663 William Juxon an English churchman, Bishop of London from 1633 to 1649 and Archbishop of Canterbury from 1660 until his death. As Lord High Treasurer and First Lord of the Admiralty, Juxon was the last English clergyman to hold both secular and clerical offices in the medieval tradition of clerical state service
1674 Jan Lievens a Dutch painter, usually associated with Rembrandt, working in a similar style.
1680 Augustus Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels a Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels-Querfurt of the House of Wettin and administrator of the Archbishopric of Magdeburg.
1680 Tokugawa Ietsuna the fourth shogun of the Tokugawa dynasty of Japan who was in office from 1651 to 1680. He was the eldest son of Tokugawa Iemitsu, thus making him the grandson of Tokugawa Hidetada and the great-grandson of Tokugawa Ieyasu
1683 Wolfgang George Frederick von Pfalz-Neuburg an Auxiliary Bishop in the Diocese of Köln and elected Prince-Bishop of Breslau shortly before his death.
1737 François Lemoyne a French rococo painter.
1738 Naum Senyavin a Vice Admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy.
1749 Count Friedrich August von Harrach-Rohrau plenipotentiary minister of the Austrian Netherlands and became Governor-General ad interim in 1741–1744.
1760 August Nathanael Grischow * 29th. September 1726 in Berlin; † 4th. June 1760 in Saint Petersburg was a German mathematician and astronomer
1769 Giambattista Lolli an Italian chess player. Lolli was one of the most important chess theoreticians of his time. He is most famous for his book Osservazioni teorico-pratiche sopra il giuoco degli scacchi , published 1763 in Bologna. He was one of the Modenese Masters
1789 Louis Joseph Dauphin of France the second child and elder son of King Louis XVI of France and Marie Antoinette. As the heir apparent to the French throne, he was called the twenty-sixth Dauphin of France—the hereditary "crown prince" title of the Capetian and Bourbon Monarchies as well as of medieval and early-modern France
1792 Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz a Baltic German writer of the Sturm und Drang movement.
1798 Giacomo Casanova an Italian adventurer and author from the Republic of Venice. His autobiography, Histoire de ma vie , is regarded as one of the most authentic sources of the customs and norms of European social life during the 18th century
1798 Lord Edward FitzGerald an Irish aristocrat and revolutionary who died of wounds received while resisting arrest on a charge of treason.
1801 Frederick Muhlenberg an American minister and politician who was the first Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. A delegate and a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania and a Lutheran pastor by profession, Muhlenberg was born in Trappe, Pennsylvania
1830 Antonio José de Sucre a Venezuelan independence leader. Sucre was one of Simón Bolívar's closest friends, generals and statesmen
1832 William Heste a Russian architect, civil engineer and town planner of Scottish descent. His name is also transliterated back from Russian as William Heste or, seldom, Vasily Heste. Because of his influence at court Heste's designs for buildings and whole towns can be seen throughout Russia
1833 Nikolay Ivanovich Demidov a Russian General of Infantry, Adjutant-General and senator.
1834 Robert Bowyer a British miniature painter and publisher.
1838 Anselme Gaëtan Desmarest a French zoologist and author. He was the son of Nicolas Desmarest and father of Anselme Sébastien Léon Desmarest. Desmarest was a disciple of Georges Cuvier and Alexandre Brongniart, and in 1815, he succeeded Pierre André Latreille to the professorship of zoology at the École nationale vétérinaire d'Alfort. In 1820 he was elected to the Académie Nationale de Médecine
1843 Ippolito Rosellini an Italian Egyptologist.
1848 William Sorell a soldier and third Lieutenant-Governor of Van Diemen's Land.
1850 Prince Maurice of the Netherlands the second son of King William III of the Netherlands and his first spouse, Sophie of Württemberg.
1852 James Pradier a Swiss-born French sculptor best known for his work in the neoclassical style.
1853 Pavel Katenin a Russian classicist poet, dramatist, and literary critic who also contributed to the evolution of Russian Romanticism.
1854 François Mauguin a French lawyer and politician. He was a Deputy from 1827 to 1848 and a Representative in 1848 and 1849. He played a leading role in the July Revolution of 1830. At first a passionate liberal, he later became increasingly conservative
1856 Alexander Crichton a Scottish physician and author.
1856 Wenceslas Bojer a notable naturalist and botanist.
1858 James Pinckney Henderson a United States and Republic of Texas lawyer, politician, soldier, and the first Governor of the State of Texas.
1864 Nassau William Senior an English lawyer known as an economist. He was also a government adviser over several decades in the areas of economic and social policy, on which he wrote extensively