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==Deaths== ==Deaths==
-*[[1355]] - [[Louis of Sicily|Louis]], [[King of Sicily]], felled by the [[Black Death]] 
-*[[1553]] - [[Lucas Cranach the Elder]], German painter (b. [[1472]]) 
-*[[1555]] - [[Hugh Latimer]], English Protestant (martyred) 
-* 1555 - [[Nicholas Ridley (martyr)|Nicholas Ridley]], English Protestant (martyred) 
-*[[1591]] - [[Pope Gregory XIV]] (b. [[1535]]) 
-*[[1594]] - [[William Cardinal Allen]], English Catholic cardinal (b. [[1532]]) 
-*[[1621]] - [[Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck]], Dutch composer (b. [[1562]]) 
-*[[1628]] - [[François de Malherbe]], French poet and critic (b. [[1555]]) 
-*[[1649]] - [[Isaac van Ostade]], Dutch painter (b. [[1621]]) 
-*[[1655]] - [[Joseph Solomon Delmedigo]], Italian physician, mathematician, and music theorist (b. [[1591]]) 
-*[[1680]] - [[Raimondo Montecuccoli]], Italian-Austrian general (b. [[1608]] or [[1609]]) 
-*[[1750]] - [[Sylvius Leopold Weiss]], German composer and lutenist (b. [[1687]]) 
-*[[1755]] - [[Saint Gerard Majella]], [[Roman Catholic|Catholic]] [[saint]] (b. [[1725]]) 
-*[[1781]] - [[Edward Hawke, 1st Baron Hawke]], British naval officer (b. [[1705]]) 
-*[[1791]] - [[Grigori Alexandrovich Potemkin]], Russian general and statesman (b. [[1739]]) 
*[[1793]] - [[Marie Antoinette]], Queen of France (executed) (b. [[1755]]) *[[1793]] - [[Marie Antoinette]], Queen of France (executed) (b. [[1755]])
*[[1796]] - [[Victor Amadeus III of Savoy]] (b. [[1726]]) *[[1796]] - [[Victor Amadeus III of Savoy]] (b. [[1726]])

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  1. Gaston Bachelard
  2. Oscar Wilde
  3. Louis Althusser
  4. Nico
  5. Art Blakey
  6. Häxan
  7. Andrzej Munk
  8. Repetition (Kierkegaard)
  9. Paul Strand
  • Arnold Böcklin





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