In 1864 the German doctor Alois Alzheimer is born. The neurological Alzheimer disease is named after him. In 1868 in Vienna the Austrian immunolog Karl Lansteiner is born.
In 323 BC in Babylon, Alexander the Great dies in Macedonia.
In 1826 in Radoslavci near Ljutomer the Slovenian author Radoslav Razlag is born. He was also the first Slovenian to become provincial governor of Carniola. In 1827 Johanna Spyri is born.
In 1859 in Vienna, the Austrian politician Clemens Wenzel von Metternich dies.
In 1706, the British optician John Dollond, who patented clear lenses, is born. In 1836, the French physicist, pioneer of electrodynamics Andre Ampere dies.
In 68 guards overthrow the Roman emperor Nero, who then committed suicide.
In 793 AD, the Viking conquest of the Lindisfarn monastery on the English island of Holy the Viking age in England begins. In 1508 the Protestant reformer primož Trubar is born.
In 1876 the French Romantic novelist George Sand dies. She wrote Confessions of a young girl and Sin. In 1879 in Greenland the Danish researcher of the Artic Knud Rasmusen is born.
In 1368 the Czech religious reformer Jan Hus is born. In 1799 the Russian poet, writer, playwright Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin is born. In 1875 the German writer Thomas Mann is born.
In 1723, in Scotland in Kirkcaldy the British economist and moral philosopher Adam Smith is born.