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461 Pope Leo I also known as Saint Leo the Great, reigned from 29 September 440 to his death in 461.
765 Emperor Junnin the 47th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. The seventh son of Prince Toneri and a grandson of Emperor Temmu, his reign spanned the years 758 to 764
893 Theophano Martiniake the first wife of Leo VI the Wise.
901 Adelaide of Paris the second wife of Louis the Stammerer, King of Western Francia, and was the mother of Princess Ermentrude and King Charles the Simple.
1209 Raymond Roger Trencavel a member of the noble Trencavel family. He was viscount of Béziers and Albi , and viscount of Carcassonne and the Razès
1241 Pope Celestine IV Pope from 25 October 1241 to his death in 1241.
1284 Siger of Brabant a 13th-century philosopher from the southern Low Countries who was an important proponent of Averroism. He was considered a radical by the conservative members of the Roman Catholic Church, but it is suggested that he played as important a role as his contemporary Thomas Aquinas in the shaping of Western attitudes towards faith and reason
1299 John I Count of Holland Count of Holland and son of Count Floris John inherited the county in 1296 after the murder of his father.
1444 Julian Cesarini one of the group of brilliant cardinals created by Pope Martin V on the conclusion of the Western Schism. His intellect and diplomacy made him a powerful agent first of the Council of Basel and then, after he broke with the Conciliar movement at Basel, of Papal superiority against the Conciliar movement. The French bishop Bossuet described Cesarini as the strongest bulwark that the Catholics could oppose to the Greeks in the Council of Florence
1444 Władysław III of Poland King of Poland from 1434, and King of Hungary from 1440, until his death at the Battle of Varna.
1471 Cristoforo Moro the 67th Doge of Venice. He reigned from 1462 to 1471
1518 Marmaduke Constable a courtier and soldier during the reigns of Richard III, Henry VII and Henry VIII.
1549 Pope Paul III Pope from 13 October 1534 to his death in 1549.
1559 Jacob Milich a German mathematician, physician and astronomer.
1581 Bayinnaung king of Toungoo Dynasty of Burma from 1550 to 1581. During his 31-year reign, which has been called the "greatest explosion of human energy ever seen in Burma", Bayinnaung assembled the largest empire in the history of Southeast Asia, which included much of modern-day Burma, Chinese Shan states, Lan Na, Lan Xang, Manipur and Siam
1605 Safiye Sultan the favourite consort of Ottoman Sultan Murad III and valide sultan to her son Mehmed III.
1617 Barnabe Rich an English author and soldier, and a distant relative of Lord Chancellor Rich.
1624 Henry Wriothesley 3rd Earl of Southampton the only son of Henry Wriothesley, 2nd Earl of Southampton, and Mary Browne, daughter of Anthony Browne, 1st Viscount Montagu. Shakespeare's two narrative poems, Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece, were dedicated to Southampton, who is generally identified as the Fair Youth of Shakespeare's Sonnets
1644 Luis Vélez de Guevara a Spanish dramatist and novelist. He was born at Écija and was of Jewish converso descent. After graduating as a sizar at the University of Osuna in 1596, he joined the household of Rodrigo de Castro, Cardinal-Archbishop of Seville, and celebrated the marriage of Philip II in a poem signed Vélez de Santander, a name which he continued to use till some years later
1661 Bernardino Spada housed in the Palazzo Spada in Rome.
1673 Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki ruler of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth as King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania from September 29, 1669, to his death in 1673. Michael's reign was marked by struggles between the pro-Habsburg and pro-French political factions
1675 Leopoldo de' Medici an Italian cardinal, scholar, patron of the arts and Governor of Siena. He was the brother of Ferdinando II de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany
1683 Robert Morison a Scottish botanist and taxonomist. A forerunner of John Ray, he elucidated and developed the first systematic classification of plants
1698 John George II Duke of Saxe-Eisenach a duke of Saxe-Eisenach.
1727 Alphonse de Tonty an officer who served under the French explorer Cadillac and helped establish the first European settlement at Detroit, Michigan, Fort Pontchartrain du Detroit on the Detroit River in 1701. Several months later, both Cadillac and Tonty brought their wives to the fort, making them the first European women to travel so deep into the new territory
1728 Fyodor Apraksin one of the first Russian admirals, governed Estonia and Karelia from 1712 to 1723, was made general admiral , presided over the Russian Admiralty from 1718 and commanded the Baltic Fleet from 1723.
1730 Gregorio Lazzarini a Italian painter of mythological, religious and historical subjects, as well as portraits. Best known for first training Giambattista Tiepolo, he was one of the most successful Venetian artists of the day and a prominent teacher. His own style was somewhat eclectic
1753 Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais a French naval officer and administrator, in the service of the French East India Company.
1763 Joseph François Dupleix governor general of the French establishment in India, and the rival of Robert Clive.
1772 Pedro Correia Garção a Portuguese lyric poet.
1777 Cornstalk a prominent leader of the Shawnee nation just prior to the American Revolution. His name, Hokoleskwa, translates loosely into "stalk of corn" in English, and is spelled Colesqua in some accounts. He was also known as Keigh-tugh-qua and Wynepuechsika
1786 John Hope (botanist) a Scottish physician and botanist. He is best known as an early supporter of Carl Linnaeus's system of classification, largely because he published very little of the research that might have made him a name in plant physiology
1806 Charles William Ferdinand Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel a sovereign prince of the Holy Roman Empire, and a professional soldier who served as a Generalfeldmarschall of the Kingdom of Prussia. Born in Wolfenbüttel, Germany, he was duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel from 1780 until his death. He is a recognized master of the modern warfare of the mid-18th century, a cultured and benevolent despot in the model of Frederick the Great, and was married to Princess Augusta, a sister of George III of Great Britain. The botanical genus Brunsvigia was named in his honour
1807 Alexander Martin the fourth and seventh Governor of the U.S. state of North Carolina from 1782 to 1784 and from 1789 to 1792.
1808 Guy Carleton 1st Baron Dorchester an Anglo-Irish soldier and administrator. He twice served as Governor of the Province of Quebec, from 1768 to 1778, concurrently serving as Governor General of British North America in that time, and again from 1785 to 1795. The title Baron Dorchester was created on 21 August 1786
1821 Andreas Romberg a German violinist and composer.
1832 Johann Spurzheim a German physician who became one of the chief proponents of phrenology, which was developed 1800 by Franz Joseph Gall.
1834 George Spencer 2nd Earl Spencer a British Whig politician. He notably served as Home Secretary from 1806 to 1807 in the Ministry of All the Talents
1842 Joseph Marie baron de Gérando a French jurist, philanthropist and philosopher of Italian descent.
1843 John Trumbull an American artist during the period of the American Revolutionary War and was notable for his historical paintings. His Declaration of Independence was used on the reverse of the two-dollar bill
1843 Diogo Antônio Feijó a Brazilian politician and Catholic priest, he was for a period the most powerful man in the Empire of Brazil, he was the only regent of the empire from October 1835 to September 1837, beside members of the Imperial family he was the first to ever hold this position alone, the other was his appointed successor after his resignation, the Marquis of Olinda, at the time Emperor Dom Pedro II was still a minor.
1848 Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt the eldest son of Muhammad Ali, the Wāli and unrecognised Khedive of Egypt and Sudan. He served as a general in the Egyptian army that his father established during his reign, taking his first command of Egyptian forces was when he was merely a teenager. In the final year of his life, he succeeded his still living father as ruler of Egypt and Sudan, due to the latter's ill health. His rule also extended over the other dominions that his father had brought under Egyptian rule, namely Syria, Hejaz, Morea, Thasos, and Crete. Ibrahim pre-deceased his father, dying 10 November 1848, only four months after acceding to the throne. Upon his father's death the following year, the Egyptian throne passed to Ibrahim's nephew , Abbas
1856 Johann Kaspar Zeuss a German historian and founder of Celtic philology.
1861 Moritz Schreber a German physician and university teacher at the University of Leipzig. In 1844, he became director of the Leipzig Heilanstalt. His publications predominantly dealt with the subject of children's health and the social consequences of urbanization at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution
1861 Henri Mouhot a French naturalist and explorer of the mid-19th century. He was born in Montbéliard, Doubs, France - near the Swiss border, but spent his childhood in Russia and possibly, parts of Asia. He died near Naphan, Laos. He is remembered mostly in connection to Angkor. Mouhot's tomb is located just outside of Ban Phanom, to the east of Luang Prabang
1861 Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire a French zoologist and an authority on deviation from normal structure. In 1854 he coined the term "éthologie"
1865 Henry Wirz a Swiss-born Confederate officer in the American Civil War. He is best known for his command of Camp Sumter, the Confederate prisoner-of-war camp near Andersonville, Georgia; he was tried and executed after the war for conspiracy and murder relating to his command of the camp
1869 John E. Wool an officer in the United States Army during three consecutive U.S. wars: the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War and the American Civil War. By the time of the Mexican-American War, he was widely considered one of the most capable officers in the army and a superb organizer
1873 Mykhaylo Maksymovych a famous Ukrainian naturalist, historian and writer.
1876 Karl Eichwald a Baltic German geologist, physician, and naturalist, who worked in Russia.