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==Deaths== ==Deaths==
-* [[251]] - [[Pope Lucius I]] 
-* [[480]] - [[Landry of Sées|Saint Landry]], [[bishop of Sées]] 
-* [[561]] - [[Pope Pelagius I]] 
-*[[1172]] - [[Stephen III of Hungary]] (b. [[1147]]) 
-*[[1193]] - [[Saladin]], Kurdish sultan (b. [[1137]]) 
-*[[1238]] - [[Joan of England, Queen Consort of Scotland]], wife of [[Alexander II of Scotland|Alexander II]] (b. [[1210]]) 
-* 1238 - [[Yuri II]], [[Grand Prince]] of [[Vladimir]] (b. [[1189]]) 
-*[[1303]] - [[Daniel of Moscow]], Russian Saint, Grand Prince of Muscovy (b. [[1261]]) 
-*[[1484]] - [[Saint Casimir]], Prince of Poland (b. [[1458]]) 
-*[[1496]] - [[Sigismund of Austria]] (b. [[1427]]) 
-*[[1583]] - [[Bernard Gilpin]], English clergyman, "Apostle of the North" (b. [[1517]]) 
-*[[1604]] - [[Fausto Paolo Sozzini]], Italian theologian (b. [[1539]]) 
*[[1615]] - [[Hans von Aachen]], German painter (b. [[1552]]) *[[1615]] - [[Hans von Aachen]], German painter (b. [[1552]])
-*[[1619]] - [[Anne of Denmark]], wife of [[James I of England|James I]] (b. [[1574]]) 
-*[[1710]] - [[Louis III, Prince of Condé]] (b. [[1668]]) 
-*[[1733]] - [[Claude de Forbin]], French naval commander (b. [[1656]]) 
-*[[1744]] - [[John Anstis]], [[Garter King of Arms]] (b. [[1669]])  
-*[[1762]] - [[Johannes Zick]], German fresco painter (b. [[1702]]) 
-*[[1793]] - [[Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon, duc de Penthièvre|Louis de Bourbon]], French admiral (b. [[1725]]) 
-*[[1795]] - [[John Collins (delegate)|John Collins]], American politician (b. [[1717]]) 
*[[1805]] - [[Jean-Baptiste Greuze]], French painter (b. [[1725]]) *[[1805]] - [[Jean-Baptiste Greuze]], French painter (b. [[1725]])
*[[1807]] - [[Abraham Baldwin]], American politician (b. [[1754]]) *[[1807]] - [[Abraham Baldwin]], American politician (b. [[1754]])

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