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361 Constantius II Roman Emperor from 337 to 361. The second son of Constantine I and Fausta, he ascended to the throne with his brothers Constantine II and Constans upon their father's death
644 Umar one of the most powerful and influential Muslim caliphs in history. He was a Sahabah or companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He succeeded Abu Bakr as the second Rashid of the Rashidun Caliphate on 23 August 634. He was an expert Islamic jurist and is best known for his pious and just nature, which earned him the title Al-Faruq. He is sometimes referred to as Umar I by historians of Islam, since a later Umayyad caliph, Umar II, also bore that name
753 Saint Pirmin a monk, strongly influenced by Celtic Christianity and Saint Amand.
1220 Urraca of Castile Queen of Portugal a daughter of Alfonso VIII of Castile and Leonor of England. Her maternal grandparents were Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Urraca was originally considered as a prospective bride for Louis VIII of France, but Eleanor objected to her name , preferring the Castilian name of Urraca's sister Blanche, Blanca
1231 Władysław III Spindleshanks Duke of Greater Poland , High Duke of Poland and Duke of Kraków during 1202–1206 and 1228–1231, Duke of Kalisz during 1202–1206, ruler of Lubusz during 1206–1210 and 1218–1225, and ruler over Gniezno during 1216–1217.
1254 John III Doukas Vatatzes Emperor of Nicaea 1222–1254.
1373 Joan of Valois Queen of Navarre the daughter of John II of France , and his first wife, Bonne of Luxembourg. She married Charles II of Navarre , and became Queen-consort of Navarre
1428 Thomas Montacute 4th Earl of Salisbury an English nobleman and one of the most important English commanders during the Hundred Years' War.
1456 Edmund Tudor 1st Earl of Richmond the father of King Henry VII of England and a member of the Tudor family of Penmynydd, North Wales.
1484 Ralph Neville 2nd Earl of Westmorland an English peer.
1580 Jerónimo Zurita y Castro an Aragonese historian of the sixteenth century who founded the modern tradition of historical scholarship in Spain.
1584 Charles Borromeo the cardinal archbishop of Milan from 1564 to 1584. Among the great reformers of the troubled sixteenth century, Borromeo, with Ignatius of Loyola, Philip Neri, and others, led the movement to combat the inroads of the Protestant Reformation. He was a leading figure during the Counter-Reformation and was responsible for significant reforms in the Catholic Church, including the founding of seminaries for the education of priests. He is honoured as a saint in the Catholic Church and his feast day is 4 November
1592 John Perrot Sir John Perrot served as Lord Deputy to Queen Elizabeth I of England during the Tudor conquest of Ireland. He died in custody in the Tower of London after conviction on charges of high treason for his conduct in that office. He was said to be a bastard brother of the Queen, but this is disputed
1599 Andrew Báthory a Hungarian Roman Catholic Cardinal, a Prince-Bishop of Warmia , and Prince of Transylvania. He was also Grand Master of the Order of the Dragon
1600 Richard Hooker an English priest in the Church of England and an influential theologian. He was one of the most important English theologians of the sixteenth century. His defence of the role of redeemed reason informed the theology of the seventeenth century Caroline divines and later provided many members of the Church of England reason with a theological method which combined the claims of revelation, reason and tradition. Scholars disagree regarding Hooker's relationship with what would be called "Anglicanism" and the Reformed theological tradition. Traditionally, he has been regarded as the originator of the Anglican via media between Protestantism and Catholicism.:1 However, a growing number of scholars have argued that he should be positioned in the mainstream Reformed theology of his time, and only sought to oppose extremist Puritans rather than moving the Church of England away from Protestantism.:4
1639 Martin de Porres O.P. was a lay brother of the Dominican Order who was beatified in 1837 by Pope Gregory XVI and canonized in 1962 by Pope John XXIII. He is the patron saint of mixed-race people and all those seeking interracial harmony
1643 John Bainbridge (astronomer) an English astronomer and mathematician.
1643 Paul Guldin a Swiss Jesuit mathematician and astronomer. He discovered the Guldinus theorem to determine the surface and the volume of a solid of revolution. Guldin was noted for his association with the German mathematician and astronomer Johannes Kepler
1647 Pedro Fajardo 5th Marquis of Los Vélez a Spanish soldier and aristocrat notable for his command of Spanish forces during the Catalan Revolt after 1640. He was Viceroy of Valencia, 1631–1635, Viceroy of Navarre, 1638–1640, Viceroy of Catalonia, 1640–1642, Spanish Ambassador to Rome, and Viceroy of Sicily, 1644-1647
1666 Henri-Auguste de Loménie comte de Brienne a French politician. He was secretary of state for the navy from 1615 to February 1643, and then secretary of state for foreign affairs from 1643 to 1663 under Mazarin during the minority of Louis XIV. From the Loménie family , he was the son of Antoine de Loménie, secretary of state to Henry IV and a Huguenot convert
1670 Salomon van Ruysdael a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter. He was the uncle of Jacob van Ruisdael
1676 Köprülü Fazıl Ahmed Pasha a member of the renowned Köprülü family originating from Albania, which produced six grand viziers of the Ottoman Empire.
1689 Fyodor Zubov a Russian painter, engraver, miniaturist and illuminator.
1708 Countess Henriette Catherine of Nassau a daughter of Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange and his wife Amalia of Solms-Braunfels. Henriette was a member of the House of Orange-Nassau
1711 John Ernest Grabe born at Königsberg, where his father, Martin Sylvester Grabe, was professor of theology and history.
1711 Ferdinand Tobias Richter an Austrian Baroque composer and organist.
1718 Karl Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst a German prince of the House of Ascania and ruler of the principality of Anhalt-Zerbst.
1766 Thomas Abbt a German mathematician and writer.
1783 Charles Collé a French dramatist and songwriter.
1787 Robert Lowth a Bishop of the Church of England, Oxford Professor of Poetry and the author of one of the most influential textbooks of English grammar.
1793 Olympe de Gouges a French playwright and political activist whose feminist and abolitionist writings reached a large audience.
1794 François-Joachim de Pierre de Bernis a French cardinal and statesman. He was the sixth member elected to occupy seat 3 of the Académie française in 1744
1806 José Clavijo y Fajardo Spanish publicist.
1807 William Markham (bishop) educated at Westminster and at Christ Church, Oxford.
1808 Theophilus Lindsey an English theologian and clergyman who founded the first avowedly Unitarian congregation in the country, at Essex Street Chapel.
1814 Hamengkubuwono III the third sultan of Yogyakarta, reigning from 1812 to 1814. His eldest son was Diponegoro, and his son and successor Hamengkubuwana IV was a half brother of Diponegoro
1828 Jean-Joseph Marquis Dessolles a French soldier and statesman. He was the prime minister of France from 29 December 1818 to 18 November 1819
1832 Pietro Generali an Italian composer primarily of operas and vocal music.
1832 John Leslie (physicist) a Scottish mathematician and physicist best remembered for his research into heat.
1834 Johann Caspar Horner a Swiss physicist, mathematician and astronomer.
1835 Gleb Shishmaryov a rear admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy. He is reputed for having surveyed the then little-known coast of Alaska as navigator. In 1815-1818 he accompanied Otto von Kotzebue his voyage to Alaska and around the world
1849 Samuel Pechell a prominent British Royal Navy officer of the early nineteenth century. Although he served in several celebrated naval actions of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars his most important achievements were made while serving as a Lord of the Admiralty, pioneering the science and instruction of rapid and accurate gunnery in the Royal Navy through training facilities and manuals
1853 Sir Thomas Metcalfe 4th Baronet an East India Company civil servant and agent of the Governor General of India at the imperial court of the Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar.
1853 Juan Álvarez Mendizábal a Spanish economist and politician.
1855 François Rude a French sculptor. He was the stepfather of Paul Cabet, a sculptor
1858 Harriet Taylor Mill a philosopher and women's rights advocate. Her second husband was John Stuart Mill, one of the pre-eminent thinkers of the 19th century. Her extant corpus of writing can be found in The Complete Works of Harriet Taylor Mill. She is largely remembered for her influence upon John Stuart Mill
1862 Israel B. Richardson a United States Army officer during the Mexican-American War and American Civil War, where he was a major general in the Union Army. Nicknamed "Fighting Dick" for his prowess on the battlefield, he was mortally wounded at the Battle of Antietam near Sharpsburg, Maryland
1868 Germain Delavigne a French playwright and librettist.
1869 Andreas Kalvos a Greek poet of the Romantic school. He published only two collections of poems — the Lyra of 1824 and the Lyrica of 1826. He was a contemporary of the poets Ugo Foscolo and Dionysios Solomos. He was among the representatives of the Heptanese School of literature. No portrait of him is known
1879 Joseph Poelaert a Belgian architect.