16. dæg þæs Æfterran Geola
16 Æfterra Gēola is se siextēoða dæg þæs gēares on þǣre Gregoriscan gerīmbēc. Heonan sind 349 belīfendra daga (350 in hlīepgēarum).
- 27 BC - Se Romanisca Senatus giefþ Gaius Octauiane þone tītule Augustus.
- 1362 - Micel storm tide in þǣm Norþsǣ forgrindeð þa Þēodisc īeg Strand and Rungholt burg.
- 1412 - Medici-ingas made official bankers þæs Papstōle.
- 1456 - Painter Filippo Lippi elopes with Lucrezia Buti, a young nun from the convent of Saint Margherita.
- 1492 - Man presents þæt forma grammar of a modern language, on Spēonisc Isabelle cwēne.
- 1547 - Ivan se Gryrelic is swā Tsar Russlandes gebēagod.
- 1556 - Philip II wierþ cyning Spēonlandes.
- 1572 - Se Heretoga of Norþfolc is tried for treason for his part in the Ridolfi plot to restore Catholicism in Englalande.
- 1581 - Englisc Witenagemot outlaws Roman Catholicism.
- 1605 - Se ǣrost bōc Don Quixote, El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha be Miguel de Cervantes, is in Madrid, Spēonland ābenþ.
- 1761 - Brittisc capture Pondicherry, Indea fram þǣm Francum.
- 1777 - Uermont declares its independence fram Nīwan Eoferwīce.
- 1780 - American Revolution: Sct. Uincent Næss Sǣfeoht.
- 1795 - Francas occupy Utrecht, Niðerland.
- 1809 - Peninsular War: Þæt Brittiscmenn defeat the Frencisc þrēat æt þǣm La Coruña Beadwe.
- 1847 - John C. Fremont is appointed þæs nīwan California-Landscipes Gereca.
- 1883 - The Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act, establishing the Geānlǣhtan Rīcu Civil service, is passed.
- 1900 - Se Geānlǣhtan Rīca Senatus accepts the Anglo-Þēodisc treaty of 1899 hwǣrin renounced þæt Geānlǣhte Cynerīce his claims to þāra Samoan Īege.
- 1909 - Ernest Shackleton's expedition finds the magnetic Sūþende þæs eaxe.
- 1917 - Þēodisc Foreign Secretary Arthur Zimmermann sends the Zimmermann Telegram to Mexico, proposing a Þēodisc-Mexican alliance wiþ þāra Geānlǣhtan Rīca
- 1919 - Temperance movement: The 18th Amendment, authorizing Prohibition, was passed by the Congress of the United States. It went into effect one year later, on January 16th, 1920.
- 1938 - Benny Goodman plays Carnegie Hall.
- 1945 - Adolf Hitler moves into his underground bunker, the so-called Führerbunker.
- 1956 - Gamal Abdal Nasser, foresittend Ægyptes, vows to reconquer Palestine.
- 1957 - The Cavern Club opens in Liferpōl.
- 1961 - Mickey Mantle becomes the highest paid baseball player by signing a $75,000 contract.
- 1964 - The first musical version of Hello, Dolly! opens at New York City's St. James Theatre.
- 1966 - The Metropolitan Opera House opens at Lincoln Center in New York City.
- 1969 - Czech student Jan Palach commits suicide by self-immolation in Prague, in protest against the Soviets' crushing of the Prague Spring the year before.
- 1970 - Buckminster Fuller receives the Gold Medal award from the American Institute of Architects.
- 1970 - Curt Flood files suit, stating that major league baseball had violated the American anti-trust laws.
- 1977 - The Marx Gebrōþer were inducted into the Motion Picture Hall of Fame.
- 1979 - Se Perse cyning flees Persealande mid his cynne and relocates tō Ægypte.
- 1988 - Sports commentator Jimmy 'the Greek' Snyder is fired by CBS a day after publicly stating that African Americans had been bred to produce stronger offspring during slavery.
- 1991 - Gulfgūþ: Operation Desert Storm onginnþ.
- 1991 - US serial killer Aileen Wuornos confesses to the murders of six men.
- 1992 - El Salvador officials and rebel leaders sign the Chapultepec Peace Accords in Mexico City that ends a 12-year ingefeoht that claimed at least 75,000.
- 1997 - Ennis Cosby, the only son of actor Bill Cosby, is killed by a gunman while changing a flat tire in Los Angeles, California.
- 1998 - NASA announces that John Glenn will return to space when Space Shuttle Discovery blasts off in Winterfylleþ 1998.
- 2000 - In Sacramento, California a commercial truck carrying evaporated milk is driven into the state capitol building killing the driver.
- 2001 - Congolisc foresittend Laurent-Dēsirē Kabila is assassinated by one of his own bodyguards.
- 2002 - A student shoots 6 people at the Appalachian School of Law. Three of those shot die.
- 2002 - John Ashcroft announces that so-called "American Taliban" John Walker Lindh would be tried in þǣm Geānlǣhtan Rīcum.
- 2002 - The UN Security Council unanimously establishes an arms embargo and the freezing of assets of Osama bin Laden, Al-Qaida, and the remaining members of the Taliban.
- 2003 - Space Shuttle Columbia takes off for mission STS-107 which will be its final one. Columbia disintegrates 16 days later on re-entry.
- 2004 - Þæt Crīstesmæsse Īeg Registry shuts down Goatse.cx.
- 1821 - John C. Breckenridge, Kentucky Senator 1861-1861, Confederate General (d. 1875)
- 1838 - Franz Brentano, Þēodisc philosopher and psychologist (d. 1917)
- 1874 - Robert W. Service, poet (d. 1958)
- 1881 - Sir Arthur Percy Morris Fleming, radio pioneer
- 1898 - Margaret Booth, film editor (d. 2002)
- 1902 - Eric Liddell, Scottisc runner (d. 1945)
- 1909 - Ethel Merman, singer, actress (d. 1984)
- 1910 - Dizzy Dean, Baseball Hall of Famer (d. 1974)
- 1912 - Franz Tumler, Ēastrīcisc narrator (d. 1998)
- 1918 - Stirling Silliphant, wrītere, producer (d. 1996)
- 1922 - Ernesto Bonino, Italianisc sangere
- 1924 - Katy Jurado, actress (d. 2002)
- 1928 - William Kennedy, author
- 1931 - Johannes Rau, Foresittend Þēodisclandes
- 1932 - Dian Fossey, zoologist (d. 1985)
- 1934 - Marilyn Horne, Americanisc mezzo-soprano
- 1935 - Udo Lattek, football coach
- 1935 - A.J. Foyt, automobile racer
- 1943 - Brian Ferneyhough, composer
- 1944 - Jim Stafford, sangere
- 1946 - Kabir Bedi, actor
- 1946 - Ronnie Milsap, sangere
- 1946 - Katia Ricciarelli, opera sangere
- 1947 - Laura Schlessinger, psychiatrist, radio talk show host
- 1948 - John Carpenter, director
- 1948 - Dalvanius, Nīwe Sǣland entertainer (d. 2002)
- 1948 - Cliff Thorburn, Canadisc snooker player
- 1950 - Debbie Allen, actress, dancer, choreographer
- 1950 - Caroline Munro, actress
- 1959 - Sade, singer
- 1962 - Julie AutumnCook, Bookmobile Woman
- 1969 - Roy Jones Jr., boxer
- 1974 - Kate Moss, supermodel
- 1979 - Aaliyah, singer (d. 2001)
- 1980 - Albert Pujols, baseball player
- 1980 - Michelle Wild, Hungarian pornstar
- 1981 - Ana Rita
- 1747 - Barthold Heinrich Brockes, Þēodisc poet (b. 1680)
- 1794 - Edward Gibbon, stǣrmann (b. 1737)
- 1806 - William Pitt the Younger, Fyrmestscealc þæs Geānlǣhtan Cynerīces (b. 1759)
- 1876 - Edmund H. Sears, composer
- 1917 - George Dewey, Admiral (b. 1837)
- 1936 - Albert Fish, serial killer (electrocuted) (b. 1870)
- 1942 - Carole Lombard, actress (b. 1908)
- 1957 - Arturo Toscanini, conductor (b. 1867)
- 1962 - Ivan Meštrović, sculptor (b. 1883)
- 1982 - Red Smith, sports columnist
- 1986 - Herbert W. Armstrong, founder of the Worldwide Church of God
- 1995 - Eric Mottram - poet, teacher, critic, editor (b. 1924)
- 2001 - Laurent-Dēsirē Kabila, foresittend þæs Democratic Republic of the Congo (assassinated; death officially confirmed on 18 Æfterra Gēola)
- 2002 - Michael Bilandic, mayor of Chicago, IL (b. 1923)
- 2002 - Eddie Meduza
- 2002 - Bobo Olson, American boxer
- 2002 - Ron Taylor, American actor
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