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On This Day in History:  January 21

January 21 is the 21st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 344 days remain until the end of the year (345 in leap years).

Lottery News On This Day

2020
Texas Lottery to expand ticket sales at checkout lanes. Later this year the Texas Lottery will expand its pilot program that sells lottery tickets at store checkout lines.
2019
Lawyers seek to depose lottery fraud mastermind in prison. Lawyers pursuing a class-action lawsuit on behalf of lottery customers nationwide are seeking to interview the jailed insider who allegedly rigged jackpots for himself and others for years.
2016
Retired snow plow driver wins Montana Millionaire raffle. Jack Barisich, an 86-year-old retired snow plow driver with the Montana Department of Transportation living in Winnett, Montana, has claimed the grand prize in the Montana Millionaire lottery drawing.
2016
Irish lottery site and ticket machines hit by DDoS attack. Ireland's National Lottery website and ticket machines were knocked offline after a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on Wednesday.
2016
Georgia Lottery winner killed during home invasion. A Fitzgerald, Georgia, man who recently won a nearly half-million dollar Georgia lottery jackpot was murdered overnight Thursday during a home invasion robbery.
2013
$1M lottery winner pleads guilty to theft. A Chelmsford, Massachusetts, man who won $1 million from a Massachusetts State Lottery ticket in 2009 will serve at least 18 months behind bars after he admitted to swindling more than $21,000 from his home oil company's customers.
2009
Texas woman says friend stole winning lottery ticket. A Fort Worth woman says her gamble in letting a friend take her winning $20,000 lottery ticket to a store to verify whether it was a winner apparently didn't pay off.
2009
N.J. Lottery's raffle drawing is finally here. After seeing all the other raffle-drawing states crown their millionaires during the holiday season, New Jersey lottery players may have gotten restless, but tonight is now their night.
2009
Kentucky blocked from seizing gambling domain names. Kentucky may not seize 141 online casinos' Internet domain names in an attempt to block them from operating within the state's borders, a three-judge appeals panel ruled.
2008
Police seize winning lottery ticket bought with drug money. A Maine man who was arrested Thursday for selling methadone to an undercover police officer apparently used money from the sale to buy a lottery ticket that won him $1,000.
2007
Oklahoma Lottery holds drawing for 1st Anniversary Raffle. The Oklahoma Lottery Saturday held the drawing for its new raffle-style game, which, judging by the title, will happen once a year.
2005
Iowa Lottery Unveils Chocolate-Scented Tickets. The Iowa Lottery will begin selling chocolate-scented "Sweet Rewards" instant scratch-off cards Monday.
2005
For Mega Millions lottery winners, $130 million is surreal. "If you ain't never had nothing, how can you expect to behave when you have something," James F. Jones said Wednesday afternoon as he stood behind the counter of his shop, surrounded by tires, valves and the pervasive smell of grease.
2005
California liquor store waiting for mystery lottery winner. Millions of dollars were awaiting an anonymous lotto ticket holder Thursday as the owners of Valencia Liquor made preparations to greet California's latest midweek SuperLotto Plus winner.
2005
Suspicious lottery player wins big Powerball prize. The possibility of winning big has kept Rod Jacobs buying Powerball tickets for years, even though he's always wondered if the lottery is rigged - that is, until last week when he and his roommate, Marian Mathewson, won $100,000 off a ticket Mathewson purchased at an Idaho gas station.
2005
Tennessee lottery sales lower than other first-year sales. Tennessee's lottery had a ho-hum first year in sales when measuring its results against lotteries in other states.
2005
Illinois looking for $175,000 Mega Millions lottery winner. An Edwardsville, Illinois convenience store sold a Mega Millions lottery ticket that has made someone $175,000 richer.
2005
Georgia couple has $130 million Mega Millions lottery ticket. A couple that lives just outside Washington, Georgia says they have the winning Mega Millions ticket, which is worth $130 million.
2005
Washington Mega Millions lottery player is lucky 10 times over. Archie Herring of Seattle, Washington just missed winning this week's huge $130 million Mega Millions lottery jackpot, correctly guessing five of the six numbers drawn but missing the all-important Mega Ball number. But lucky for him, Herring won second prize ten times for a $1.75 million payday.
2004
Mega Millions jackpot increases to $51 million. The jackpot in the multi-state Mega Millions lottery drawing grew to $51 million Wednesday when none of the tickets sold for Tuesday's drawing matched all five numbers plus the Mega Ball.
2004
Luck almost went in the trash. Bob and Joyce Waterfield have played the lottery for decades hoping to hit the jackpot. When they finally did, they very nearly chucked their good fortune in a trash bin.
2004
Pair Torn A$under. A terminally ill World War II veteran - who sued his wife because she dumped him to run off with their winning $25 million New York Lotto ticket - enjoyed a bittersweet victory yesterday, getting both a piece of the jackpot and a divorce.
2004
Mississippi lawmaker wants lottery. Mississippi state Rep. Alyce Clarke has introduced a bill for a lottery in Mississippi, but key lawmakers, including House Speaker Billy McCoy and the House Gaming Committee chairman, said don't bet on it passing.
2004
Lottery gets 'gangbuster' start. The Tennessee Lottery got off to a "gangbusters" start in Knoxville on Tuesday after a 12:01 a.m. kickoff, with hundreds lining up for tickets and the city reporting one of the state's largest winners.
2004
Tennesseans cash in. Retailers were busy the first day of the Tennessee Lottery, but of the 3,500 retail locations selling the tickets less than 4 percent experienced major problems.
2004
Lottery's first day a success, especially for two. Tennessee Lottery officials called Tuesday's launch of lottery instant-ticket sales a success, with "brisk" sales at retailers across the state.
2004
Governor among first to kick off Tennessee lottery. Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen, wearing a yellow-and-purple lottery button reading "Education Wins," wasn't disappointed when he didn't win a prize on his first ticket - or any of several follow-up tries - because the proceeds go toward college scholarships for qualifying Tennessee students.
2004
Tennessee Lottery snapshots from day 1. A sampling of lottery stories from the first day of lottery sales in Tennessee.

Top 25 Lottery Jackpots On This Day

1.$343 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 22, 2020
2.$240 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 24, 2007
3.$208 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 21, 2015
4.€146 Million
US$178.86 Million
Multi-Country
Euro Millions
Draw Date
Jan 27, 2006
5.$177 Million
Multi-State
Mega Millions
Draw Date
Jan 24, 2017
6.$153 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 21, 2017
7.$144 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 23, 2019
8.$131 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 22, 2014
9.$118 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 22, 2011
10.$116 Million
Multi-State
Mega Millions
Draw Date
Jan 21, 2020
11.€104 Million
US$112.46 Million
Multi-Country
Euro Millions
Draw Date
Jan 22, 2016
12.$110 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 23, 2013
13.€88.74 Million
US$108.94 Million
Draw Date
Jan 23, 2018
14.€73 Million
US$107.34 Million
Multi-Country
Euro Millions
Draw Date
Jan 25, 2008
15.€94.24 Million
US$107.05 Million
Draw Date
Jan 22, 2019
16.€85.08 Million
US$105.81 Million
Multi-Country
EuroJackpot
Draw Date
Jan 26, 2018
17.$105 Million
Multi-State
Mega Millions
Draw Date
Jan 22, 2010
18.$101 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 21, 2006
19.$100 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 21, 2012
20.€81 Million
US$99.44 Million
Multi-Country
Euro Millions
Draw Date
Jan 23, 2018
21.€88 Million
US$94.51 Million
Multi-Country
Euro Millions
Draw Date
Jan 24, 2017
22.$92 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 24, 2018
23.$89.4 Million
Multi-State
Powerball
Draw Date
Jan 24, 1996
24.$84 Million
California
SuperLotto Plus
Draw Date
Jan 21, 2006
25.€77.92 Million
US$83.35 Million
Draw Date
Jan 21, 2017

Lottery Post Member Birthdays On This Day

1986
Tuesday, Jan 21, 1986
34 years old
1985
Monday, Jan 21, 1985
35 years old
1984
Saturday, Jan 21, 1984
36 years old
1981
Wednesday, Jan 21, 1981
39 years old
1970
Wednesday, Jan 21, 1970
50 years old
1963
Monday, Jan 21, 1963
57 years old
1962
Sunday, Jan 21, 1962
58 years old
1946
Monday, Jan 21, 1946
74 years old
(year not provided)
(year not provided)

Worldwide Events On This Day

2018
Rocket Lab's Electron becomes the first rocket to reach orbit using an electric pump-fed engine and deploys three CubeSats.
2017
Over 400 cities across America and 160+ countries worldwide participate in a large-scale women's march, on Donald Trump's first full day as President of the United States.
2011
Anti government demonstrations take place in Tirana, Albania. Five people lose their lives from gunshots, allegedly fired from armed police protecting the Prime Minister's office. To date, no one has been held accountable for the deaths.
2009
Israel withdraws from the Gaza Strip, officially ending a three-week war it had with Hamas. However, intermittent fire by both sides continues in the weeks to follow.
2005
In Belmopan, Belize, the unrest over the government's new taxes erupts into riots.
2004
NASA's MER-A (the Mars Rover Spirit) ceases communication with mission control. The problem lies in the management of its flash memory and is fixed remotely from Earth on February 6.
2003
A 7.6 magnitude earthquake strikes the Mexican state of Colima, killing 29 and leaving approximately 10,000 people homeless.
2000
Ecuador: After the Ecuadorian Congress is seized by indigenous organizations, Col. Lucio Gutiérrez, Carlos Solorzano and Antonio Vargas depose President Jamil Mahuad. Gutierrez is later replaced by Gen. Carlos Mendoza, who resigns and allows Vice-President Gustavo Noboa to succeed Mahuad.
1999
War on Drugs: In one of the largest drug busts in American history, the United States Coast Guard intercepts a ship with over 4,300 kilograms (9,500 lb) of cocaine on board.
1997
The U.S. House of Representatives votes 395-28 to reprimand Newt Gingrich for ethics violations, making him the first Speaker of the House to be so disciplined.
1981
Production of the iconic DeLorean sports car begins in Dunmurry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.
1976
Commercial service of Concorde begins with the London-Bahrain and Paris-Rio routes.
1971
The current Emley Moor transmitting station, the tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom, begins transmitting UHF broadcasts.
1968
Vietnam War: Battle of Khe Sanh: One of the most publicized and controversial battles of the war begins.
1968
A B-52 bomber crashes near Thule Air Base, contaminating the area after its nuclear payload ruptures. One of the four bombs remains unaccounted for after the cleanup operation is complete.
1960
Little Joe 1B, a Mercury spacecraft, lifts off from Wallops Island, Virginia with Miss Sam, a female rhesus monkey on board.
1960
Avianca Flight 671 crashes and burns upon landing at Montego Bay, Jamaica killing 37. It is the worst air disaster in Jamaica's history and the first for Avianca.
1960
A coal mine collapses at Holly Country, South Africa, killing 435 miners.
1954
The first nuclear-powered submarine, the USS Nautilus, is launched in Groton, Connecticut by Mamie Eisenhower, the First Lady of the United States.
1950
American lawyer and government official Alger Hiss is convicted of perjury.
1948
The Flag of Quebec is adopted and flown for the first time over the National Assembly of Quebec. The day is marked annually as Québec Flag Day.
1941
Sparked by the murder of a German officer in Bucharest, Romania, the day before, members of the Iron Guard engaged in a rebellion and pogrom killing 125 Jews.
1931
Sir Isaac Isaacs is sworn in as the first Australian-born Governor-General of Australia.
1925
Albania declares itself a republic.
1919
A revolutionary Irish parliament is founded and declares the independence of the Irish Republic. One of the first engagements of the Irish War of Independence takes place.
1915
Kiwanis International is founded in Detroit.
1911
The first Monte Carlo Rally takes place.
1908
New York City passes the Sullivan Ordinance, making it illegal for women to smoke in public, only to have the measure vetoed by the mayor.
1893
The Tati Concessions Land, formerly part of Matabeleland, is formally annexed to the Bechuanaland Protectorate, now Botswana.
1861
American Civil War: Jefferson Davis resigns from the United States Senate.
1793
After being found guilty of treason by the French National Convention, Louis XVI of France is executed by guillotine.
1789
The first American novel, The Power of Sympathy or the Triumph of Nature Founded in Truth by William Hill Brown, is printed in Boston.
1774
Abdul Hamid I became Sultan of the Ottoman Empire and Caliph of Islam.
1749
The Teatro Filarmonico in Verona is destroyed by fire. It is rebuilt in 1754.
1720
Sweden and Prussia sign the Treaty of Stockholm.
1535
Following the Affair of the Placards, French Protestants are burned at the stake in front of the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris
1525
The Swiss Anabaptist Movement is founded when Conrad Grebel, Felix Manz, George Blaurock, and about a dozen others baptize each other in the home of Manz's mother in Zürich, breaking a thousand-year tradition of church-state union.
763
The Battle of Bakhamra between Alids and Abbasids near Kufa ends in a decisive Abbasid victory.

Births On This Day

2004
Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway, 2nd in line for the Norwegian throne
1999
Rubina Ali, Indian actress
1998
Borna Sosa, Croatian footballer
1997
Jeremy Shada, American actor, musician and singer
1996
Marco Asensio, Spanish footballer
1996
Aldo Kalulu, French footballer
1996
Cristian Pavón, Argentine footballer
1995
Yulia Belorukova, Russian cross-country skier
1995
Nguyễn Công Phượng, Vietnamese footballer
1995
Marine Johannes, French basketball player
1995
Alanna Kennedy, Australian footballer player
1994
Amin Affane, Swedish footballer
1994
Laura Robson, Australian-English tennis player
1994
Kang Seung-yoon, South Korean singer-songwriter and actor
1994
Nils Allen "Booboo" Stewart Jr., American actor
1994
Lim Kim, South Korean singer and actress
1993
Clément Mignon, French swimmer
1993
Muralha, Brazilian footballer
1993
Chiara Pierobon, Italian cyclist (d. 2015)
1992
Verónica Cepede Royg, Paraguayan tennis player
1992
Sven Erik Bystrøm, Norwegian cyclist
1992
James Duckworth, Australian tennis player
1992
Kwame Karikari, Ghanaian footballer
1992
Nicolás Mezquida, Uruguayan footballer
1992
Roland Szolnoki, Hungarian footballer
1991
Ali Al-Busaidi, Omani footballer
1991
Javier Calvo, Spanish actor and director
1991
Mohammad Ghadir, Arab-Israeli footballer
1991
Jan Hirt, Czech cyclist
1991
Mateusz Mika, Polish volleyball player
1991
Alfredo Ortuño, Spanish footballer
1991
Marta Pagnini, Italian gymnast
1991
Craig Roberts, Welsh actor and director
1991
Luis Alfonso Rodríguez, Mexican footballer
1990
Arash Afshin, Iranian footballer
1990
Diogo Amado, Portuguese footballer
1990
Andriy Bohdanov, Ukrainian footballer
1990
Kelly Rohrbach, American model and actress
1990
André Martins, Portuguese footballer
1990
Knowledge Musona, Zimbabwean footballer
1990
Jacob Smith, American actor
1990
Doni Tata Pradita, Indonesian motorcycle racer
1989
Doğuş Balbay, Turkish basketball player
1989
Kayla Banwarth, American indoor volleyball player
1989
Férébory Doré, Congolese footballer
1989
Sergey Fesikov, Russian swimmer
1989
Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Armenian footballer
1989
Matteo Pelucchi, Italian cyclist
1989
Zhang Shuai, Chinese tennis player
1988
Glaiza de Castro, Filipino actress and singer
1988
Ashton Eaton, American decathlete
1988
Rolands Freimanis, Latvian basketball player
1988
Vanessa Hessler, Italian-American model and actress
1988
Aleksandar Lazevski, Macedonian footballer
1988
Ángel Mena, Ecuadorian footballer
1988
Valérie Tétreault, Canadian tennis player
1988
Pieter Timmers, Belgian swimmer
1988
Nemanja Tomić, Serbian footballer
1988
Ben Turner, English footballer
1987
Ioannis Athanasoulas, Greek basketball player
1987
Andrei Cojocari, Moldovan footballer
1987
Alexander Dercho, German footballer
1987
Aida Hadzialic, Swedish politician
1987
Shaun Keeling, South African rower
1987
Augustine Kiprono Choge, Kenyan runner
1987
Kevin Kratz, German footballer
1987
Danny Munyao, Zambian footballer
1987
Henrico Drost, Dutch footballer
1987
Darren Helm, Canadian ice hockey player
1987
Will Johnson, Canadian footballer
1987
Mulopo Kudimbana, Congolese footballer
1987
Nyasha Mushekwi, Zimbabwean footballer
1987
Dominik Roels, German cyclist
1987
Maša Zec Peškirič, Slovenian tennis player
1987
Ikumi Yoshimatsu, Japanese actress
1986
César Arzo, Spanish footballer
1986
Edson Barboza, Brazilian mixed martial artist
1986
João Gomes Júnior, Brazilian swimmer
1986
Javi López, Spanish footballer
1986
Gina Mambrú, volleyball player from Dominican Republic
1986
Jonathan Quick, American ice hockey player
1986
Mike Taylor, American basketball player
1986
Óscar Vílchez, Peruvian footballer
1986
Sushant Singh Rajput, Indian actor
1985
Markus Berger, Austrian footballer
1985
Artur Beterbiev, Russian boxer
1985
Aura Dione, Danish singer and songwriter
1985
Nick Gehlfuss, American actor
1985
Salvatore Giunta, American sergeant, Medal of Honor recipient
1985
Yumi Hara, Japanese voice actress and singer
1985
Sasha Pivovarova, Russian model and actress
1985
Rodrigo San Miguel, Spanish basketball player
1985
Ri Se-gwang, North Korean artistic gymnast
1985
Dmitri Sokolov, Russian basketball player
1985
Ryan Suter, American ice hockey player
1984
Leonardo Burián, Uruguayan footballer
1984
Luke Grimes, American actor
1984
Amy Hastings, American track and fielder
1984
Alex Koslov, Moldovan-American wrestler
1984
Dejan Milovanović, Serbian footballer
1984
Wes Morgan, Jamaican footballer
1984
Haloti Ngata, American footballer
1983
Alex Acker, American basketball player
1983
Monique Adamczak, Australian tennis player
1983
Victor Leandro Bagy, Brazilian footballer
1983
Ranko Despotović, Serbian footballer
1983
Svetlana Khodchenkova, Russian actress
1983
Marieke van den Ham, Dutch water polo player
1983
Billy Mwanza, Zambian footballer
1983
Maryse Ouellet, French-Canadian wrestler
1983
Álvaro Quirós, Spanish golfer
1983
Francesca Segat, Italian swimmer
1983
Moritz Volz, German footballer
1983
Kelly VanderBeek, Canadian alpine skier
1982
Richard José Blanco, Venezuelan footballer
1982
Adriano Ferreira Martins, Brazilian footballer
1982
Nicolas Mahut, French tennis player
1982
Sarah Ourahmoune, French boxer
1982
Simon Rolfes, German footballer
1982
Dean Whitehead, English footballer
1981
Gillian Chung, Hong Kong singer-songwriter and actress
1981
Ivan Ergić, Serbian footballer
1981
Roberto Guana Italian footballer
1981
Wu Hanxiong, Chinese fencer
1981
Dany Heatley, Canadian ice hockey player
1981
Andy Lee, South Korean singer and actor
1981
Izabella Miko, Polish actress, dancer, and producer
1981
Shawn Redhage, American-Australian basketball player
1981
Michel Teló, Brazilian singer-songwriter
1981
Jung Ryeo-won, South Korean actress
1981
David F. Sandberg, Swedish filmmaker
1980
Troy Dumais, American diver
1980
Karsten Forsterling, Australian rower
1980
Dave Kitson, English footballer and manager
1980
Lee Kyung-won, South Korean badminton player
1980
Kevin McKenna, Canadian soccer player
1980
Nana Mizuki, Japanese singer-songwriter and voice actress
1980
Alexander Os, former Norwegian biathlete
1980
Xavier Pons, Spanish rally diver
1980
Mari Possa, El Salvadoran pornographic actress
1980
Bratislav Ristić, Serbian footballer
1979
Quinton Jacobs, Namibian footballer
1979
Byung-hyun Kim, South Korean baseball player
1979
Spider Loc, American rapper and actor
1979
Melendi, Spanish singer
1979
Brian O'Driscoll, Irish rugby player
1979
Sebastian Schindzielorz, German footballer
1978
Faris Al-Sultan, German triathlete
1978
Peter von Allmen, Swiss cross-country skier
1978
Hernán Rodrigo López, Uruguayan footballer
1978
Andrei Zyuzin, Russian ice hockey player
1977
Hussein Abdulghani, Saudi Arabian footballer
1977
Bradley Carnell, South African footballer
1977
John DeSantis, Canadian actor
1977
Kirsten Klose, German hammer thrower
1977
Denis Lunghi, Italian cyclist
1977
Ulrike Maisch, German runner
1977
Phil Neville, English footballer and manager
1977
Michael Ruffin, American basketball player
1977
Jerry Trainor, American actor, director, and producer
1976
Aivaras Abromavičius, Lithuanian-Ukrainian banker and politician; 15th Ukrainian Minister of Economic Development
1976
Raivis Belohvoščiks, Latvian cyclist
1976
Emma Bunton, English singer
1976
Lars Eidinger, German actor
1976
Giorgio Frezzolini, Italian footballer
1976
Igors Stepanovs, Latvian footballer
1975
Nicky Butt, English footballer and coach
1975
Casey FitzRandolph, American speedskater
1975
Yuji Ide, Japanese race car driver
1975
Ito, Spanish footballer and manager
1975
Jason Moran, American jazz pianist, composer and educator
1975
Florin Șerban, Romanian director
1975
Alyaksandr Yermakovich, Belarusian footballer and manager
1974
Malena Alterio, Spanish actress
1974
Maxwell Atoms, American animator, screenwriter and voice actor
1974
Kim Dotcom, German-Finnish Internet entrepreneur and political activist
1974
Arthémon Hatungimana, Burundian middle distance runner
1974
Vincent Laresca, American actor
1974
Ulrich Le Pen, French footballer
1974
Marco Zanotti, Italian cyclist
1973
Rob Hayles, English cyclist
1973
Chris Kilmore, American musician and DJ
1973
Edvinas Krungolcas, Lithuanian modern pentathlete
1973
Flavio Maestri, Peruvian footballer
1972
Billel Dziri, Algerian footballer and manager
1972
Rick Falkvinge, Swedish businessman and politician
1972
Sead Kapetanović, Bosnian footballer
1972
Yasunori Mitsuda, Japanese composer and producer
1972
Cat Power, American singer, musician and actress
1972
Shawn Rojeski, American curler
1972
Sabina Valbusa, Italian cross-country skier
1971
Uni Arge, Faroese footballer and entertainer
1971
Rafael Berges, Spanish footballer
1971
Doug Edwards, American basketball player
1971
Dmitri Khlestov, Russian footballer
1971
Dylan Kussman, American actor
1971
Sergey Klevchenya, Russian speed skater
1971
Doug Weight, American ice hockey player and coach
1970
Alen Bokšić, former Croatian footballer
1970
Marina Foïs, French actress
1970
Ken Leung, American actor
1970
Oren Peli, Israeli-American director, producer and screenwriter
1969
John Ducey, American actor
1969
Eduard Hämäläinen, Finnish-Belarusian decathlete
1969
Karina Lombard, French-American actress and singer
1969
Tsubaki Nekoi, Japanese comic artist
1968
Dmitry Fomin, Soviet and Russian volleyball player
1968
Ilya Smirin, Israeli chess Grandmaster
1968
Artur Dmitriev, Soviet and Russian ice skater
1968
Sébastien Lifshitz, French director
1968
Charlotte Ross, American actress
1967
Artashes Minasian, Armenian chess player
1967
Alfred Jermaniš, Slovenian footballer
1967
Gorō Miyazaki, Japanese film director and landscaper
1965
Robert Del Naja, British artist, musician and singer
1965
Jam Master Jay, American DJ, rapper, and producer (d. 2002)
1965
Masahiro Wada, Japanese footballer
1964
Andreas Bauer, German ski jumper
1964
Tony Dolan, English musician and actor
1964
Gérald Passi, French footballer
1964
Ricardo Serna, Spanish footballer
1964
Aleksandar Šoštar, Serbian water polo player
1964
Danny Wallace, English footballer
1963
Hakeem Olajuwon, Nigerian-American basketball player
1963
Detlef Schrempf, German basketball player and coach
1962
Tyler Cowen, American economist and academic
1962
Isabelle Nanty, French actress, director and screenwriter
1962
Gabriele Pin, Italian footballer and coach
1962
Zoran Thaler, Slovenian politician
1962
Erik Verlinde, Dutch theoretical physicist
1962
Marie Trintignant, French actress (d. 2003)
1961
Kevin Cramer, American politician
1961
Cornelia Pröll, Austrian alpine skier
1961
Ivo Pukanić Croatian journalist (d. 2008)
1961
Gary Shaw, English footballer
1961
Piotr Ugrumov, Russian cyclist
1960
Sidney Lowe, American basketball player
1960
Mike Terrana, American hard rock and heavy metal drummer
1959
Sergei Alifirenko, Russian pistol shooter
1959
Alex McLeish, Scottish footballer and manager
1958
Matt Salmon, American politician
1958
Hussein Saeed, Iraqi footballer
1958
Sergei Walter, Ukrainian politician (d. 2015)
1958
Michael Wincott, Canadian actor
1956
Robby Benson, American actor and director
1956
Geena Davis, American actress and producer
1955
Peter Fleming, American tennis player
1955
Jeff Koons, American painter and sculptor
1955
Nello Musumeci, Italian politician and President of Sicily
1954
Thomas de Maizière, German politician of the Christian Democratic Union
1954
Idrissa Ouedraogo, Burkinabé director, producer, and screenwriter (d. 2018)
1954
Phil Thompson, English footballer and coach
1953
Paul Allen, American businessman and philanthropist, co-founded Microsoft (d. 2018)
1953
Felipe Yáñez, Spanish cyclist
1952
Marco Camenisch, Swiss activist and murderer
1952
Werner Grissmann, Austrian alpine skier
1952
Mikhail Umansky, Russian chess player (d. 2010)
1951
Eric Holder, American lawyer, judge, and politician, 82nd United States Attorney General
1950
Marion Becker, German javelin thrower
1950
Gary Locke, American politician and diplomat, 36th United States Secretary of Commerce
1950
José Marín, Spanish racewalker
1950
Billy Ocean, Trinidadian-English singer-songwriter
1950
Agnes van Ardenne, Dutch politician and diplomat, Dutch Minister for Development Cooperation
1949
Trương Tấn Sang, Vietnamese politician and 7th President of Vietnam
1949
Clifford Ray, American basketball coach and player
1948
Zygmunt Kukla, Polish footballer (d. 2016)
1948
Hugo Tocalli, Argentine footballer
1947
Jill Eikenberry, American actress
1947
Andrzej Bachleda, Polish former alpine skier
1947
Dorian M. Goldfeld, American mathematician
1947
Pye Hastings, Scottish singer-songwriter and guitarist
1947
Michel Jonasz, French singer-songwriter and actor
1947
Joseph Nicolosi, American clinical psychologist (d. 2017)
1947
Giuseppe Savoldi, Italian footballer
1947
Roberto Zywica, Argentine footballer
1946
Ichiro Hosotani, Japanese footballer
1946
Nella Martinetti, Swiss singer (d. 2011)
1946
Tomás Pineda, El Salvadoran footballer
1946
Miguel Reina, Spanish footballer
1945
Pete Kircher, English drummer
1945
Martin Shaw, English actor and producer
1944
Uto Ughi, Italian violinist
1943
Zdravko Hebel, Croatian water polo player (d. 2017)
1943
Arnar Jónsson, Icelandic actor
1943
Alfons Peeters, Belgian footballer (d. 2015)
1943
Kenzo Yokoyama, Japanese footballer
1942
Freddy Breck, German singer, producer, and news anchor (d. 2008)
1942
Eugène Camara, Prime Minister of Guinea
1942
Han Pil-hwa, North Korean speed skater
1942
Mac Davis, American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and actor
1942
Edwin Starr, American singer-songwriter (d. 2003)
1942
Michael G. Wilson, American producer and screenwriter
1941
Sattam bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Saudi Arabian prince (d. 2013)
1941
Plácido Domingo, Spanish tenor and conductor
1941
Richie Havens, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (d. 2013)
1941
Mike Medavoy, Chinese-American film producer, co-founded Orion Pictures
1941
Ivan Putski, Polish-American wrestler and bodybuilder
1941
Elaine Showalter, American author and critic
1940
Jack Nicklaus, American golfer and sportscaster
1940
Patrick Robinson, British novelist
1939
Paul Genevay, French sprinter
1939
Friedel Lutz, German footballer
1939
Steve Paxton, American dancer and choreographer
1939
Viacheslav Platonov, Russian volleyball player and coach (d. 2005)
1938
Sandy Barr, American wrestler and referee (d. 2007)
1938
Romano Fogli, Italian footballer
1938
Wolfman Jack, American radio host (d. 1995)
1938
Nicholas Phillips, Baron Phillips of Worth Matravers, English lawyer and judge, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales
1937
Judit Ágoston-Mendelényi, Hungarian fencer (d. 2013)
1937
Prince Max, Duke in Bavaria, the youngest son of Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria
1936
Dick Davies, American basketball player (d. 2012)
1934
Audrey Dalton, Irish actress
1934
Antonio Karmany, Spanish cyclist
1934
Alfonso Portugal, Mexican footballer (d. 2016)
1934
Ann Wedgeworth, American actress (d. 2017)
1933
Habib Thiam, Senegalese politician (d. 2017)
1931
Yoshiko Kuga, Japanese actress
1930
Mainza Chona, Zambian lawyer and politician, 1st Prime Minister of Zambia (d. 2001)
1929
Radley Metzger, American filmmaker (d. 2017)
1928
Gene Sharp, American political scientist and academic, founded the Albert Einstein Institution (d. 2018)
1928
Reynaldo Bignone, Argentinian general and politician, 41st President of Argentina (d. 2018)
1927
Rudolf Kraus, German footballer (d. 2003)
1926
Clive Donner, British director (d. 2010)
1926
Franco Evangelisti, Italian composer (d. 1980)
1926
Steve Reeves, American bodybuilder (d. 2000)
1926
Roger Taillibert, French architect
1926
Robert J. White, American neurosurgeon (d. 2010)
1925
Charles Aidman, American actor (d. 1993)
1925
Alex Forbes, Scottish footballer (d. 2014)
1925
Eva Ibbotson, Austrian-English author (d. 2010)
1925
Arnold Skaaland, American wrestler and manager (d. 2007)
1924
Benny Hill, English actor, singer, and screenwriter (d. 1992)
1923
Lola Flores, Spanish singer, dancer, and actress (d. 1995)
1923
Alberto de Mendoza, Argentine actor (d. 2011)
1923
Pahiño, Spanish footballer (d. 2012)
1923
Prince Andrew Romanov, Russian-American artist and author
1922
Telly Savalas, American actor (d. 1994)
1922
Paul Scofield, English actor (d. 2008)
1922
Predrag Vranicki, Marxist Humanist (d. 2002)
1921
Lincoln Alexander, Canadian lawyer and politician, 23rd Canadian Minister of Labour (d. 2012)
1921
Andreas Ostler, German bobsledder (d. 1988)
1920
Errol Barrow, first Prime Minister of Barbados (d. 1987)
1919
Eric Brown, Scottish-English captain and pilot (d. 2016)
1918
Jimmy Hagan, English footballer (d. 1998)
1918
Richard Winters, American soldier (d. 2011)
1918
Antonio Janigro, Italian cellist and conductor (d. 1989)
1917
Erling Persson, H&M founder (d. 2002)
1916
Pietro Rava, Italian footballer (d. 2006)
1916
Zypora Spaisman, Polish midwife; American and Yiddish-language actress; producer of the Yiddish stage (d. 2002)
1915
André Lichnerowicz, French mathematician (d. 1998)
1915
Orazio Mariani, Italian sprinter (d. 1981)
1912
Konrad Emil Bloch, German-American biochemist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 2000)
1911
Dick Garrard, Australian wrestler (d. 2003)
1911
Lee Yoo-hyung, Korean footballer and manager (d. 2003)
1910
Hideo Shinojima, Japanese footballer (d. 1975)
1910
Albert Rosellini, American lawyer and politician, 15th Governor of Washington (d. 2011)
1910
Rosa Kellner, German athlete (d. 1984)
1910
Károly Takács, Hungarian shooter (d. 1976)
1909
Todor Skalovski, Macedonian composer and conductor (d. 2004)
1909
Teofilo Spasojević, Serbian footballer (d. 1970)
1907
Carlo Cavagnoli, Italian boxer (d. 1991)
1907
Jānis Mendriks, Latvian Catholic priest (d. 1953)
1906
Leo Halle, Dutch footballer (d. 1992)
1906
Igor Moiseyev, Russian choreographer (d. 2007)
1905
Christian Dior, French fashion designer, founded Christian Dior S.A. (d. 1957)
1905
Karl Wallenda, German-American acrobat and tightrope walker, founded The Flying Wallendas (d. 1978)
1904
Puck van Heel, Dutch footballer (d. 1984)
1904
John Porter, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1997)
1903
William Lyon, American film editor (d. 1974)
1903
Raymond Suvigny, French weightlifter (d. 1945)
1901
Ricardo Zamora, Spanish footballer and manager (d. 1978)
1900
Elof Ahrle, Swedish actor and director (d. 1965)
1900
Bernhard Rensch, German evolutionary biologist (d. 1990)
1900
Fernando Quiroga Palacios, Spanish Cardinal (d. 1971)
1899
John Bodkin Adams, British general practitioner and convict (d. 1983)
1899
Gyula Mándi, Hungarian footballer and manager (d. 1969)
1899
Edith Tolkien, wife and muse of J. R. R. Tolkien (d. 1971)
1899
Alexander Tcherepnin, Russian-American pianist and composer (d. 1977)
1898
Rudolph Maté, Polish-Hungarian-American cinematographer, producer and director (d. 1964)
1898
Ahmad Shah Qajar, Shah of Persia (d. 1930)
1898
Eduard Zintl, German chemist (d. 1941)
1897
René Iché, French sculptor (d. 1954)
1896
Guy Gilpatric, American pilot and journalist (d. 1950)
1896
Paula Hitler, younger sister of Adolf Hitler (d. 1960)
1896
J. Carrol Naish, American actor (d. 1973)
1896
Masa Perttilä, Finnish wrestler (d. 1968)
1895
Cristóbal Balenciaga, Spanish fashion designer, founded Balenciaga (d. 1972)
1895
Daniel Chalonge, French astrophysicist and astronomer (d. 1977)
1895
Noe Itō, Japanese anarchist, author and feminist (d. 1923)
1891
Albert Battel, German Army lieutenant and lawyer (d. 1952)
1891
Aldo Silvani, Italian actor (d. 1964)
1891
Francisco Lázaro, Portuguese marathon runner (d. 1912)
1889
Pitirim Sorokin, American sociologist and political activist (d. 1968)
1887
Wolfgang Köhler, German psychologist and phenomenologist (d. 1967)
1887
Ernest Holmes, American New Thought writer (d. 1960)
1887
Georges Vézina, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1926)
1886
John M. Stahl, American director and producer (d. 1950)
1885
Duncan Grant, British painter and designer (d. 1978)
1885
Umberto Nobile, Italian engineer and explorer (d. 1978)
1885
Harold A. Wilson, English runner (d. 1932)
1883
Olav Aukrust, Norwegian poet and educator (d. 1929)
1883
Mathias Hynes, British tug of war competitor (d. 1926)
1882
Pavel Florensky, Russian mathematician and theologian (d. 1937)
1882
Francis Gailey, Australian-American swimmer (d. 1972)
1881
Ernst Fast, Swedish runner (d. 1959)
1881
André Godard, French archaeologist, architect and historian (d. 1965)
1881
Ivan Ribar, Yugoslav politician (d. 1968)
1880
George Van Biesbroeck, Belgian-American astronomer (d. 1974)
1879
Joseph Roffo, French rugby player and tug of war competitor (d. 1933)
1878
Vahan Tekeyan, Armenian poet and activist (d. 1948)
1877
Baldassarre Negroni, Italian director and screenwriter (d. 1948)
1875
Paul E. Kahle, German orientalist (d. 1964)
1874
René-Louis Baire, French mathematician (d. 1932)
1873
Arturo Labriola, Italian revolutionary syndicalist (d. 1959)
1871
Olga Preobrajenska, Russian ballerina (d. 1962)
1869
Grigori Rasputin, Russian Mystic (d. 1916)
1868
Felix Hoffmann, German chemist (d. 1946)
1867
Ludwig Thoma, German paramedic and author (d. 1921)
1867
Maxime Weygand, Belgian-French general (d. 1965)
1865
Heinrich Albers-Schonberg, German gynecologist and radiologist (d. 1921)
1864
Israel Zangwill, British author (d. 1926)
1860
Karl Staaff, Swedish lawyer and politician, 11th Prime Minister of Sweden (d. 1915)
1855
Princess Maria Luisa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, the youngest daughter of King Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies (d. 1874)
1854
Karl Julius Beloch, German classical and economic historian (d. 1929)
1854
Eusapia Palladino, Italian Spiritualist (d. 1918)
1851
Giuseppe Allamano, Italian Roman Catholic priest (d. 1926)
1848
Henri Duparc, French soldier and composer (d. 1933)
1847
Joseph Achille Le Bel, French chemist (d. 1930)
1846
Pieter Hendrik Schoute, Dutch mathematician and academic (d. 1923)
1846
Albert Lavignac, French music scholar (d. 1916)
1845
Harriet Backer, Norwegian painter (d. 1932)
1843
Émile Levassor, French engineer (d. 1897)
1841
Édouard Schuré, French philosopher and author (d. 1929)
1840
Sophia Jex-Blake, English physician and feminist (d. 1912)
1839
Caterina Volpicelli, Italian Roman Catholic nun (d. 1894)
1829
Oscar II of Sweden (d. 1907)
1827
Ivan Mikheevich Pervushin, Russian mathematician and theorist (d. 1900)
1824
Stonewall Jackson, American general (d. 1863)
1820
Joseph Wolf, German ornithologist and illustrator (d. 1899)
1820
Egide Walschaerts, Belgian mechanical engineer (d. 1901)
1815
Horace Wells, American dentist (d. 1848)
1814
Johann Georg Theodor Grässe, German bibliographer and historian (d. 1885)
1813
John C. Frémont, American general, explorer, and politician, 5th Territorial Governor of Arizona (d. 1890)
1813
Giuseppe Montanelli, Italian statesman and author (d. 1862)
1811
James Hamilton, 1st Duke of Abercorn, British statesman (d. 1885)
1810
Pierre Louis Charles de Failly, French general (d. 1892)
1808
Juan Crisóstomo Torrico, 16th President of Peru (d. 1875)
1804
Moritz von Schwind, Austrian painter (d. 1871)
1801
John Batman, Australian entrepreneur and explorer (d. 1839)
1800
Theodor Fliedner, German Lutheran minister (d. 1864)
1797
Joseph Méry, French author and journalist (d. 1866)
1796
Princess Marie of Hesse-Kassel, consort of George, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (d. 1880)
1788
William Henry Smyth, Royal Navy officer, hydrographer, astronomer and numismatist
1784
Peter De Wint, English painter (d. 1849)
1775
Manuel Garcia, Spanish opera singer and composer (d. 1832)
1763
Augustin Robespierre, younger brother of French Revolutionary leader Maximilien Robespierre (d. 1794)
1741
Chaim of Volozhin, Orthodox rabbi (d. 1821)
1738
Ethan Allen, American general (d. 1789)
1732
Frederick II Eugene, Duke of Württemberg, son of Karl Alexander, Duke of Württemberg, and Princess Maria Augusta of Thurn and Taxis (d. 1797)
1724
Louis-Jean-François Lagrenée, French rococo painter (d. 1805)
1721
James Murray, Scottish-English general and politician, Governor of Minorca (d. 1794)
1717
Antonio María de Bucareli y Ursúa, Spanish military officer and governor of Cuba (d. 1779)
1714
Anna Morandi Manzolini, Spanish anatomist (d. 1774)
1675
Duchess Sibylle of Saxe-Lauenburg, Margravine of Baden-Baden (d. 1733)
1659
Adriaen van der Werff, Dutch painter (d. 1722)
1655
Antonio Molinari, Italian painter (d. 1704)
1636
Melchiorre Cafà, Maltese Baroque sculptor (baptised; d. 1667)
1612
Henry Casimir I of Nassau-Dietz, count of Nassau-Dietz (d. 1640)
1598
Matsudaira Tadamasa, Japanese samurai and daimyō (d. 1645)
1493
Giovanni Poggio, Italian cardinal and diplomat (d. 1556)
1338
Charles V of France (d. 1380)
1277
Galeazzo I Visconti, lord of Milan
1264
Alexander, Prince of Scotland (d. 1284)

Deaths On This Day

2019
Harris Wofford, American politician, author and civil rights activist (b. 1926)
2016
Bill Johnson, American skier (b. 1960)
2016
Mrinalini Sarabhai, a 1992-Padma Bhushan award winner Indian classical dancer, choreographer and instructor. (b. 1918)
2015
Marcus Borg, American scholar, theologian, and author (b. 1942)
2015
Leon Brittan, English lawyer and politician, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills (b. 1939)
2015
Johnnie Lewis, Liberian lawyer and politician, 18th Chief Justice of Liberia (b. 1946)
2013
Ahmet Mete Işıkara, Turkish geophysicist and academic (b. 1941)
2013
Chumpol Silpa-archa, Thai academic and politician, Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand (b. 1940)
2013
Michael Winner, English director, producer, and screenwriter (b. 1935)
2011
Theoni V. Aldredge, Greek-American costume designer (b. 1922)
2011
Dennis Oppenheim, American sculptor and photographer (b. 1938)
2011
E. V. V. Satyanarayana, Indian director, producer, and screenwriter (b. 1958)
2010
Paul Quarrington, Canadian author, playwright, guitarist, and composer (b. 1953)
2009
Krista Kilvet, Estonian journalist, politician and diplomat (b. 1946)
2006
Ibrahim Rugova, Kosovo journalist and politician, 1st President of Kosovo (b. 1944)
2005
Theun de Vries, Dutch author and poet (b. 1907)
2005
John L. Hess, American journalist and critic (b. 1917)
2005
Kaljo Raid, Estonian cellist, composer, and pastor (b. 1921)
2004
Yordan Radichkov, Bulgarian author and playwright (b. 1929)
2003
Paul Haines, American-Canadian poet and songwriter (b. 1933)
2003
Paul Kuusberg, Estonian journalist and author (b. 1916)
2002
Peggy Lee, American singer (b. 1920)
1999
Susan Strasberg, American actress (b. 1938)
1998
Jack Lord, American actor, director, and producer (b. 1920)
1994
Bassel al-Assad, Son of the former President of the Syrian Arab Republic Hafez al-Assad (b. 1962)
1993
Charlie Gehringer, American baseball player and manager (b. 1903)
1989
Carl Furillo, American baseball player (b. 1922)
1989
Billy Tipton, American pianist and saxophonist (b. 1914)
1988
Vincent Lingiari, Australian Aboriginal rights activist (b. 1919)
1987
Charles Goodell, American lieutenant, lawyer, and politician (b. 1926)
1985
James Beard, American chef and author (b. 1903)
1985
Eddie Graham, American wrestler and promoter (b. 1930)
1984
Giannis Skarimpas, Greek playwright and poet (b. 1893)
1984
Jackie Wilson, American singer (b. 1934)
1983
Lamar Williams, American bass player (b. 1949)
1978
Freda Utley, English scholar and author (b. 1898)
1977
Sandro Penna, Italian poet and journalist (b. 1906)
1968
Will Lang, Jr., American journalist (b. 1914)
1967
Ann Sheridan, American actress (b. 1915)
1965
Gwynne Evans, American swimmer and water polo player (b. 1880)
1963
Acharya Shivpujan Sahay, Indian author, poet, and academic (b. 1893)
1963
Spiros Xenos, Greek-Swedish painter (b. 1881)
1961
Blaise Cendrars, Swiss author and poet (b. 1887)
1960
Matt Moore, Irish-American actor and director (b. 1888)
1959
Cecil B. DeMille, American director, producer, and screenwriter (b. 1881)
1959
Frances Gertrude McGill, pioneering Canadian forensic pathologist (b. 1882)
1959
Carl Switzer, American child actor and hunting guide (b. 1927)
1956
Sam Langford, Canadian-American boxer (b. 1883)
1955
Archie Hahn, German-American runner and coach (b. 1880)
1950
George Orwell, British novelist, essayist, and critic (b. 1903)
1948
Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, Italian composer and educator (b. 1876)
1945
Rash Behari Bose, Indian soldier and engineer (b. 1886)
1938
Georges Méliès, French actor, director, and producer (b. 1861)
1937
Marie Prevost, Canadian-American actress and singer (b. 1898)
1933
George Moore, Irish author, poet, and critic (b. 1852)
1932
Lytton Strachey, English writer and critic (b. 1880)
1931
Felix Blumenfeld, Russian pianist, composer, and conductor (b. 1863)
1928
George Washington Goethals, American general and engineer (b. 1858)
1926
Camillo Golgi, Italian physician and pathologist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1843)
1924
Vladimir Lenin, Russian lawyer and politician (b. 1870)
1919
Gojong of Korea (b. 1852)
1919
Ahmed Muhtar Pasha, Ottoman general and politician, 277th Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire (b. 1839)
1914
Theodor Kittelsen, Norwegian painter and illustrator (b. 1857)
1901
Elisha Gray, American engineer, co-founded Western Electric (b. 1835)
1891
Calixa Lavallée, Canadian-American lieutenant and composer (b. 1842)
1881
Wilhelm Matthias Naeff, Swiss lawyer and politician (b. 1802)
1872
Franz Grillparzer, Austrian playwright and poet (b. 1791)
1870
Alexander Herzen, Russian philosopher and author (b. 1812)
1862
Božena Němcová, Austrian-Czech author and poet (b. 1820)
1851
Albert Lortzing, German actor and composer (b. 1801)
1831
Ludwig Achim von Arnim, German poet and author (b. 1781)
1823
Cayetano José Rodríguez, Argentinian cleric, journalist, and poet (b. 1761)
1814
Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, French botanist and author (b. 1737)
1809
Josiah Hornblower, American engineer and politician (b. 1729)
1795
Samuel Wallis, English navigator and explorer (b. 1728)
1793
Louis XVI of France (b. 1754)
1789
Baron d'Holbach, French-German philosopher and author (b. 1723)
1775
Yemelyan Pugachev, Russian rebel (b. 1742)
1774
Mustafa III, Ottoman sultan (b. 1717)
1773
Alexis Piron, French playwright and author (b. 1689)
1731
Ignjat Đurđević, Croatian poet and translator (b. 1675)
1722
Charles Paulet, 2nd Duke of Bolton, English politician, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (b. 1661)
1710
Johann Georg Gichtel, German mystic and critic (b. 1638)
1706
Adrien Baillet, French scholar and critic (b. 1649)
1699
Obadiah Walker, English historian and academic (b. 1616)
1683
Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury, English politician, Chancellor of the Exchequer (b. 1621)
1670
Claude Duval, French highwayman (b. 1643)
1638
Ignazio Donati, Italian composer (b. 1570)
1609
Joseph Justus Scaliger, French historian and scholar (b. 1540)
1546
Azai Sukemasa, Japanese daimyō (b. 1491)
1527
Juan de Grijalva, Spanish explorer (b. 1489)
1320
Árni Helgason, Icelandic bishop (b. c. 1260)
1203
Agnes II, Abbess of Quedlinburg (b. 1139)
1118
Pope Paschal II (b. 1050)
945
Yang Tan, Chinese general and governor
942
An Chongrong, Chinese general (Five Dynasties)
939
Yang Pu, Chinese emperor (b. 900)
918
Liu Zhijun, Chinese general
917
Erchanger, Duke of Swabia (b. 880)
496
Epiphanius of Pavia, Italian bishop and saint (b. 438)
420
Yazdegerd I, king of the Sassanid Empire