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==Deaths== ==Deaths==
-* [[578]] - [[Justin II]], [[Byzantine Emperor]] 
-* [[877]] - [[Charles the Bald]] (b. [[823]]) 
-*[[1056]] - [[Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor]] (b. [[1017]]) 
-*[[1112]] - [[Sigebert of Gembloux]], French chronicler 
-*[[1214]] - [[Alfonso VIII of Castile|King Alfonso VIII of Castile]] (b. [[1155]]) 
-*[[1285]] - [[Philip III of France|King Philip III of France]] (b. [[1245]]) 
-*[[1528]] - [[Richard Foxe]], English churchman 
-*[[1540]] - [[Helius Eobanus Hessus]], German poet (b. [[1488]]) 
-*[[1564]] - [[Pierre de Manchicourt]], Flemish composer 
-*[[1565]] - [[Lodovico Ferrari]], Italian mathematician (b. [[1522]]) 
-*[[1606]] - [[Philippe Desportes]], French poet (b. [[1546]]) 
-*[[1714]] - [[Kaibara Ekiken]], Japanese philosopher (b. [[1630]]) 
-*[[1740]] - [[Johann Philipp Baratier]], German scholar (b. [[1721]]) 
-*[[1777]] - [[Ján Andrej Segner]], Slovak and German mathematician, physicist, and physician (b. [[1704]]) 
-*[[1791]] - [[Grigori Aleksandrovich Potemkin|Grigori Potemkin]], Russian statesman (b. [[1739]]) 
-*[[1805]] - [[Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis]], British general (b. [[1738]]) 
-*[[1813]] - [[Tecumseh]], Shawnee leader 
-*[[1837]] - [[Hortense de Beauharnais]], French-born queen of Holland and mother of the Emperor [[Napoleon III of France]] (b. [[1783]]) 
-*[[1848]] - [[Joseph Hormayr Freiherr zu Hortenburg]], Austrian politician (b. [[1781]]) 
-*[[1861]] - [[Antoni Melchior Fijałkowski]], Polish bishop (b. [[1778]]) 
*[[1880]] - [[Jacques Offenbach]], German-born composer (b. [[1819]]) *[[1880]] - [[Jacques Offenbach]], German-born composer (b. [[1819]])
*[[1913]] - [[Hans von Bartels]], German painter (b. [[1856]]) *[[1913]] - [[Hans von Bartels]], German painter (b. [[1856]])
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* 2004 - [[William H. Dobelle]], American biomedical engineer, [[Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine]] nominee (b. [[1941]]) * 2004 - [[William H. Dobelle]], American biomedical engineer, [[Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine]] nominee (b. [[1941]])
*[[2006]] - [[Antonio Peña]], [[Mexico|Mexican]] founder of [[lucha libre]] [[professional wrestling promotion|promotion]] [[Asistencia Asesoría y Administración|AAA]] (b. [[1953]]) *[[2006]] - [[Antonio Peña]], [[Mexico|Mexican]] founder of [[lucha libre]] [[professional wrestling promotion|promotion]] [[Asistencia Asesoría y Administración|AAA]] (b. [[1953]])
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== Notes == == Notes ==
*Neil Postman *Neil Postman

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  • Neil Postman
  1. Denis Diderot
  2. Jean Vigo
  3. Sylvia Beach
  4. Al Hansen
  5. Clive Barker
  6. Woodrow Parfrey
  7. Peter Ackroyd
  8. Ben Barenholtz
  9. John Addington Symonds
  10. Joachim Patinir
  11. Laura Gemser
  • Jan Lenica
  • Auguste and Louis Lumière
  • Jacques Offenbach
  • Monty Python





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