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==Births== ==Births==
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-*[[1166]] - King [[John of England]] (d. [[1216]])+
-*[[1389]] - [[John VI, Duke of Brittany]] (d. [[1442]])+
-*[[1475]] - [[Thomas Murner]], German writer (d.c. [[1537]])+
-*[[1491]] - [[Ignatius Loyola|Ignatius of Loyola]], Spanish founder of the Jesuit order (d. [[1556]])+
-*[[1508]] - [[Pietro Carnesecchi]], Italian humanist (d. [[1567]])+
-*[[1588]] - [[Constance of Austria]], queen of Poland (d. [[1631]])+
-*[[1609]] - [[Philip Warwick]], English writer and politician (d. [[1683]])+
-*[[1635]] - [[Mariana of Austria]], second wife of king Philip IV of Spain (d. [[1696]])+
-*[[1698]] - [[William Warburton]], English Bishop of Gloucester (d. [[1779]])+
-*[[1724]] - [[Johann Conrad Ammann]], Swiss physician and naturalist (d. [[1811]])+
-*[[1745]] - [[Benjamin Rush]], a Founding Father of the United States (d. [[1813]])+
-*[[1754]] - [[George Crabbe]], English poet and naturalist (d. [[1832]])+
-*[[1761]] - [[Jean-Louis Pons]], French astronomer (d. [[1831]])+
-*[[1798]] - [[Adam Mickiewicz]], Polish poet (d. [[1855]])+
-*[[1809]] - [[Kit Carson]], American frontiersman (d. [[1868]])+
-*[[1812]] - [[Karl Eduard Zachariae]], German jurist (d. [[1894]])+
-*[[1818]] - [[James Prescott Joule]], British physicist (d. [[1889]])+
*[[1822]] - [[Matthew Arnold]], English poet (d. [[1888]]) *[[1822]] - [[Matthew Arnold]], English poet (d. [[1888]])
*[[1837]] - [[Elisabeth of Bavaria]] a.k.a [[Sissi]], Empress of Austria (d. [[1898]]) *[[1837]] - [[Elisabeth of Bavaria]] a.k.a [[Sissi]], Empress of Austria (d. [[1898]])

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Contents

Art and culture

Births

Deaths

Notes

  1. David F. Friedman
  2. Ignatius of Loyola
  3. Mauricio Kagel
  4. Ava Gardner
  5. Louis Aragon
  6. Joseph Cornell
  7. James Hadley Chase
  8. Wolfgang Kayser
  9. Edwige Fenech
  10. Bernard Herrmann
  11. Ad Reinhardt
  12. Vittorio Giardino
  13. William Makepeace Thackeray
  14. Reginald Fessenden
  15. Walter Abish
  16. John Osborne
  17. Feodor Stepanovich Rojankovsky
  18. Bruno Taut




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