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Roman - Notable Historical Events

Julius CaesarMar 15, -44

AugustusAug 19, -43

Mark AntonySep 2, -31

TiberiusAug 3, 8

CaligulaMar 18, 37

ClaudiusJan 24, 41

NeroMar 4, 51

TitusJun 5, 70

DomitianSep 14, 81

NervaSep 18, 96

TrajanJan 27, 98

Antoninus PiusMar 7, 161

Septimius SeverusApr 9, 193

CaracallaApr 8, 217

AurelianDec 25, 274

DiocletianNov 20, 284

ConstantineJul 25, 306

MaxentiusNov 11, 308

StilichoApr 6, 402

Flavius AetiusSep 20, 451

Justinian IApr 7, 529

CharlemagneDec 25, 800

Henry IVFeb 14, 1076

Frederick IMar 4, 1152

Thomas BecketDec 29, 1170

Martin LutherJan 3, 1521

Leo XMay 28, 1521

Charles IIMar 29, 1673

Edward GibbonOct 15, 1764

Eddie AlbertAug 27, 1953

John F. KennedySep 12, 1960

George ForemanSep 1, 1973

Galileo GalileiOct 31, 1992

John Paul IIMar 16, 1998

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Roman - Historical Events
Date Event
752

Romulus, first king of Rome, celebrates the first Roman triumph after his victory over the Caeninenses, following the Rape of the Sabine Women.

390

Roman-Gaulish Wars: Battle of the Allia - a Roman army is defeated by raiding Gauls, leading to the subsequent sacking of Rome.

293

The oldest known Roman temple to Venus is founded, starting the institution of Vinalia Rustica.

218

Second Punic War: Battle of the Trebia - Hannibal's Carthaginian forces defeat those of the Roman Republic.

216

Second Punic War: Battle of Cannae - Carthaginian army lead by Hannibal defeats numerically superior Roman army under command consuls Lucius Aemilius Paullus and Gaius Terentius Varro.

215

A temple is built on the Capitoline Hill dedicated to Venus Erycina to commemorate the Roman defeat at Lake Trasimene.

202

Battle of Zama: Hannibal Barca, leader of the invading Carthaginian army, defeated by Roman legions under Scipio Africanus.

153

Roman consuls begin their year in office.

105

Battle of Arausio: The Cimbri inflict the heaviest defeat on the Roman army of Gnaeus Mallius Maximus.

86

Lucius Cornelius Sulla, at the head of a Roman Republic army, enters Athens, removing the tyrant Aristion who was supported by troops of Mithridates VI of Pontus.

44

Julius Caesar, Dictator of the Roman Republic, is stabbed to death by Marcus Junius Brutus, Gaius Cassius Longinus, Decimus Junius Brutus and several other Roman senators on the Ides of March.

43

Octavian, later known as Augustus, compels the Roman Senate to elect him Consul.

43

Marcus Tullius Cicero (b. 106 BC), Roman orator and politician assassinated.

42

Roman Republican civil wars: Second Battle of Philippi - Brutus's army is decisively defeated by Mark Antony and Octavian. Brutus commits suicide.

31

Final war of the Roman Republic: Battle of Actium - off the western coast of Greece, forces of Octavian defeat troops under Mark Antony and Cleopatra.

30

Octavian (later known as Augustus) enters Alexandria, Egypt, bringing it under the control of the Roman Republic.

27

The title Augustus is bestowed upon Gaius Julius Caesar Octavian by the Roman Senate.

BC
AD
8-08-03

Roman Empire general Tiberius defeats Dalmatians on the river Bathinus.

30-04-07

Scholars' estimate of Jesus' crucifixion by Roman troops in Jerusalem

37-03-18

The Roman Senate annuls Tiberius' will and proclaims Caligula emperor.

37-03-28

Roman Emperor Caligula accepts the titles of the Principate, entitled to him by the Senate.

41-01-24

Claudius succeeds his nephew Caligula as Roman Emperor after his assassination by Praetorian Guards.

41-01-25

After a night of negotiation, Claudius is accepted as Roman Emperor by the Senate.

51-03-04

Nero, later to become Roman Emperor, is given the title princeps iuventutis (head of the youth).

54-10-13

Nero suceeds Claudius to become Roman Emperor

55-02-11

Tiberius Claudius Caesar Britannicus, heir to the Roman Emperorship, dies under mysterious circumstances in Rome. This clears the way for Nero to become Emperor.

68-06-09

Roman Emperor Nero commits suicide, imploring his secretary Epaphroditos to slit his throat to evade a Senate-imposed death by flogging.

69-01-01

Roman garrison of Mainz uprising

69-01-02

Roman Lower Rhine army proclaims its commander, Vitellius, emperor

69-01-10

Roman emperor Galba adopts Marcus Piso Licinianus as Caesar

70-06-05

Titus & his Roman legions breach the middle wall of Jerusalem

70-07-01

Roman General Titus and his forces set up battering rams to assault the walls of Jerusalem

70-09-07

Roman army under General Titus occupies & plunders Jerusalem

70-09-27

Walls of upper city of Jerusalem battered down by Roman army

79-08-23

Mount Vesuvius begins stirring, on the feast day of Vulcan, the Roman god of fire.

81-09-14

Domitian becomes Emperor of the Roman Empire upon the death of his brother Titus.

96-09-18

Nerva is proclaimed Roman Emperor after Domitian is assassinated.

98-01-27

Trajan becomes Roman Emperor after the death of Nerva.

161-03-07

Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius dies and is succeeded by co-Emperors Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus, an unprecedented political arrangement in the Roman Empire.

193-03-28

Roman Emperor Pertinax is assassinated by Praetorian Guards, who then sell the throne in an auction to Didius Julianus.

193-04-09

Septimius Severus is proclaimed Roman Emperor by the army in Illyricum (in the Balkans).

193-06-01

Roman Emperor Didius Julianus is assassinated.

211-02-04

Roman Emperor Septimius Severus dies, leaving the Roman Empire in the hands of his two quarrelsome sons, Caracalla and Geta.

217-04-08

Roman Emperor Caracalla is assassinated (and succeeded) by his Praetorian Guard prefect, Marcus Opellius Macrinus.

238-03-22

Gordian I and his son Gordian II are proclaimed Roman emperor.

251-07-01

The Battle of Abrittus is won by the Goths against the Romans. Roman Emperors Decius and Herennius Etruscus are killed.

274-12-25

Roman Emperor Aurelian dedicates a temple to Sol Invictus on the supposed day of the winter solstice and day of rebirth of the Sun.

284-11-20

Diocletian is proclaimed Roman Emperor by his soldiers in the army of the east

293-03-01

Roman emperor Maximianus introduces tetrarchy

303-02-24

1st official Roman edict for persecution of Christians issued by Emperor Diocletian

305-05-01

Diocletian and Maximian retire from the office of Roman Emperor.

306-07-25

Constantine I is proclaimed Roman emperor by his troops.

308-11-11

The Congress of Carnuntum: Attempting to keep peace within the Roman Empire, the leaders of the Tetrarchy declare Maxentius and Licinius to be Augusti, while rival contender Constantine I is declared Caesar of Britain and Gaul.

311-04-30

Roman Emperor Galerius isssues Edict of Toleration, ending persercution of Christians in the Roman Empire

313-01-01

Start of Roman (Pontifical) Indiction

313-04-30

Licinius unifies the entire Eastern Roman Empire under his rule.

314-10-08

Battle at Cibalae: Roman emperor in the west Constantine beats emperor in the eas tLicinius

317-03-01

Crispus and Constantine II, sons of Roman Emperor Constantine I, and Licinius Iunior, son of Emperor Licinius, are made Caesares

321-03-07

Roman Emperor Constantine I decrees that the dies Solis Invicti (sun-day) is the day of rest in the Empire.

324-07-03

Battle of Adrianople Roman Emperor Constantine I defeats Co-Emperor Licinius, who flees to Byzantium.

324-12-19

Licinius abdicates his position as Roman Emperor.

330-05-11

Constantinople (Byzantium) becomes capital of Roman Empire

335-10-21

Roman Emperor Constantine the Great rules laws against Jews

350-06-03

Roman usurper Nepotianus, of the Constantinian dynasty, proclaims himself Roman Emperor, entering Rome at the head of a group of gladiators.

350-06-30

Roman usurper Nepotianus, of the Constantinian dynasty, is defeated and killed by troops of the usurper Magnentius, in Rome.

351-03-15

Constantius II elevates his cousin Gallus to Caesar, and puts him in charge of the Eastern part of the Roman Empire.

355-08-11

Claudius Silvanus, accused of treason, proclaims himself Roman Emperor against Constantius II.

363-03-05

Roman Emperor Julian moves from Antioch with an army of 90,000 to attack the Sassanid Empire, in a campaign which would bring about his own death.

363-05-29

Roman Emperor Julian defeats the Sassanid army in the Battle of Ctesiphon, under the walls of the Sassanid capital, but is unable to take the city.

363-06-26

Roman Emperor Julian is killed during the retreat from the Sassanid Empire. General Jovian is proclaimed Emperor by the troops on the battlefield.

364-02-26

Valentinian I is proclaimed Roman Emperor.

364-02-28

Valentinian I becomes Roman Emperor.

364-03-28

Roman Emperor Valentinian I appoints his brother Flavius Valens co-emperor.

365-09-28

Roman usurper Procopius bribes two legions passing by Constantinople, and proclaims himself Roman emperor.

366-01-02

The Alamanni cross the frozen Rhine River in large numbers, invading the Roman Empire.

378-08-09

Battle of Adrianople, Goth army defeats Roman forces under Emperor Valens

379-01-19

Theodosius installed as co-emperor of East Roman Empire

390-12-25

Roman emperor Theodosius admits debt on mass murder in Thessalonica

392-08-22

Arbogast has Eugenius elected Western Roman Emperor.

392-11-08

Roman Emperor Theodosius declares Christian religion, state religion

393-01-23

Roman Emperor Theodosius I proclaims his nine year old son Honorius co-emperor.

402-04-06

Battle at Pollentia: Roman army under Stilicho beats Visigoten

406-08-23

Battle at Florence: Stilicho's Roman army beats Radagaisus' Barbarians

410-08-24

Rome overrun by Visigoths under Alaric I for the first time in nearly 800 years, seen as the fall of the Western Roman Empire

418-03-10

Jews are excluded from public office in the Roman Empire

421-02-08

Flavius Constantine becomes Co-Emperor as Emperor Constantius III of the Western Roman Empire with Honorius

425-10-23

Valentinian III is elevated to Roman Emperor, at the age of 6.

451-09-20

Roman General Flavius Aetius defeats Attila the Hun at The Battle of the Catalaunian Plainsat (Chalons-sur-Marne) halting Hun invasion of Roman Gaul

455-03-17

Roman senator Petronius Maximus becomes Emperor

455-07-09

Roman military commander Avitus is proclaimed emperor of the Western Roman Empire.

456-10-16

Magister militum Ricimer defeats the Emperor Avitus at Piacenza and becomes master of the western Roman Empire.

467-04-12

Anthemius is elevated to Emperor of the Western Roman Empire.

475-08-28

Roman general Orestes forces western Roman Emperor Julius Nepos to flee his capital city, Ravenna.

476-09-04

Romulus Augustulus, last Western Roman Emperor, abdicates after forces led by Odoacer invade Rome. Traditional end of the Western Roman Empire

529-04-07

First draft of Corpus Juris Civilis (a fundamental work in jurisprudence) is issued by Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian I.

538-03-12

Witiges, king of the Ostrogoths, ends his siege of Rome and retreats to Ravenna, leaving the city in the hands of the victorious Roman general, Belisarius.

668-09-15

Eastern Roman Emperor Constans II is assassinated in his bath at Syracuse, Italy.

800-12-25

Pope Leo III crowns Charles the Great (Charlemagne), Roman emperor

905-07-21

Holy Roman Catholic emperor Louis III captured

996-05-21

Pope Gregory V crowns his cousin Otto III as Holy Roman Emperor

996-06-21

Pope Gregory V crowns Otto III Roman Catholic German emperor of Elzas

1014-02-14

Pope Benedict VIII crowns Henry II Roman German Emperor

1027-03-26

John XIX crowns Conrad II Holy Roman Emperor, founder of the Salian dynasty

1032-02-02

Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor becomes King of Burgundy, succeeding Rudolf III

1039-06-04

Henry III becomes Holy Roman Emperor.

1041-12-10

Michael IV, Paphlagonicus, Byzantium Emperor dies of results of dropsy. His wife Empress Zoe elevates her adoptive son to the throne of the Eastern Roman Empire as Michael V.

1046-12-25

Pope Clemens VI crowns Henry III as Holy Roman Emperor

1054-07-16

Three Roman legates fracture relations between Western and Eastern Christian churches by placing invalid Papal Bull of Excommunication on altar of Hagia Sophia during Saturday afternoon divine liturgy. Often dated as start of the East-West Schism.

1076-02-14

Pope Gregory VII excommunicates Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV (for the 1st time)

1077-01-28

German King Henry IV is absolved by Holy Roman Emperor Pope Gregory VII after his penitent Walk to Canossa.

1077-10-30

Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV gives the district of Stavoren to the bishop of Utrecht (Conrad, his former tutor)

1084-03-31

Anti-pope Clemens crowns German King Hendrik IV as Holy Roman Emperor

1111-04-12

Pope Paschalis II crowns Henry V, Roman emperor

1111-04-13

Pope Paschalis II crowns Roman catholics-German king Hendrik II

1118-04-07

Pope Gelasius II excommunicated Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor

1122-09-23

Concordat of Worms agreed between Pope Calixtus II and Holy Roman Emperor Henry V

1129-02-18

Jerusalem re-taken by Christians in peace treaty between Holy Roman Emperor Frederik II and Egyptian ruler Al-Kamil

1133-06-04

Rome-Innocentius II crowns Lotharius III Roman-German emperor

1152-03-04

Frederick I Barbarossa elected Holy Roman Emperor

1155-06-18

Pope Adrian IV crowns Frederick I Barbarossa Roman-German Emperor

1165-11-25

Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I (Barbarossa) visits Utrecht

1167-05-29

Battle of Monte Porzio - A Roman army supporting Pope Alexander III is defeated by Christian of Buch and Rainald of Dassel

1170-12-29

Assassination inside Canterbury Cathedral of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury by followers of King Henry II; he subsequently becomes a saint and martyr in the Anglican Church and the Roman Catholic Church.

1176-05-29

Battle at Legnano: Lombard League beats Frederick Barbarossa and the Holy Roman Empire

1178-07-30

Frederick I (Barbarossa), Holy Roman Emperor, crowned King of Burgundy

1189-05-11

Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa & 100,000 crusaders depart Regensburg for the Third Crusade

1190-06-10

Third Crusade: Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa drowns while crossing the Saleph River (now called the Göksu in modern Turkey) while leading an army to Jerusalem.

1198-09-05

Philips van Zwaben Hohenstaufen crowned king of Roman Catholic Germany

1205-03-06

Aken, [Philips van Zwaben], crowned Roman-Catholic German King

1210-11-18

Pope Innocent III excommunicates Roman Catholic Emperor Otto IV

1212-12-09

Frederick II (later also Holy Roman Emperor) crowned King of Germany in Mainz.

1220-11-22

Frederick II crowned Holy Roman Emperor in Rome by Pope Honorius III

1226-09-11

The Roman Catholic practice of public adoration of the Blessed Sacrament outside of Mass spreads from monasteries to parishes.

1229-03-18

Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II crowns himself King of Jerusalem

1237-11-27

Battle of Cortenuova: Holy Roman Emperor Frederik II defeated the Second Lombardian League

1247-10-03

Willem II of Holland elected Roman Catholic German emperor

1261-12-25

John IV Lascaris of the restored Eastern Roman Empire is deposed and blinded by orders of his co-ruler Michael VIII Palaeologus.

1268-10-29

Conradin, the last legitimate male heir of the Hohenstaufen dynasty of Kings of Germany and Holy Roman Emperors, is executed along with his companion Frederick I, Margrave of Baden by Charles I of Sicily, a political rival and ally to the hostile Roman Catholic church.

1273-10-01

Earl Rudolf van Habsburg becomes Roman Catholic-German king

1312-06-29

Holy Roman Emperor Henry VII crowned

1328-05-12

Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV and assembly of priests select P Rainalducci as anti-Pope Nicolaas V

1346-07-11

Charles IV of Luxembourg is elected emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.

1347-11-20

Coke di Rienzo, later Roman Tribunal, addressess a meeting of on the Capitol during people's revolt in Rome

1347-12-03

Pope Clemens VI declares Roman tribunal Coke di Rienzo as heretics

1357-07-09

Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor assists laying the foundation stone of Charles Bridge in Prague.

1452-03-19

Frederick III of Hapsburg crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Nicholas V in Rome

1485-06-01

Matthias of Hungary takes Vienna from Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III

1488-02-05

Roman catholic German emperor Maximilian I caught in Belgium

1493-08-19

Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I becomes Archduke of Austria

1508-02-06

Maximilian I proclaimed Holy Roman Emperor,though 1st Emperor in centuries not to be crowned by the Pope

1511-11-17

England, Spain and the Holy Roman Empire sign anti-French covenant The Treaty of Westminster

1515-07-22

First Congress of Vienna settles issues between Poland & Holy Roman Empire - rise of the Habsburgs influence

1519-06-28

King Carlos I elected Holy Roman Catholic Emperor Charles V

1521-01-03

Martin Luther excommunicated by Pope Leo X from the Roman Catholic Church

1521-05-28

Pope Leo X signs treaty with Holy Roman Emperor Charles V

1525-02-24

Battle of Pavia: Holy Roman Emperor Charles V's troops beat the French. French King Francois I captured, 15,000 killed/wounded

1529-08-03

"Peace of the Ladies" (Treaty of Cambrai) made between Holy Roman Empire and the French, negotiated by Louise of Savoy and Margaret of Austria

1531-10-11

Battle at Kappel: Swiss Roman Catholic kantons beat protestant forces of Zurich

1544-05-23

Holy Roman Emperor Charles V recognizes king Christian III of Denmark

1544-09-18

Peace of Crépy: Holy Roman Emperor Charles V & French King Francis I

1558-05-03

Ferdinand I officially appointed Holy Roman Emperor after his brother Charles abdicated in 1556

1562-06-01

Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I & Sultan Suleiman signs treaty

1564-01-26

The Council of Trent issued its conclusions in the Tridentinum, establishing a distinction between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism.

1564-07-25

Maximilian II succeeds his father Ferdinand I as Holy Roman Emperor

1568-02-17

Holy Roman Emperor agrees to pay tribute to the Sultan for peace

1572-08-24

St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre of Protestants by Roman Catholics begins in Paris and later spreads to the French provinces

1575-10-10

Battle of Dormans: Roman Catholic forces under Duke Henry of Guise defeated the Protestants, capturing Philippe de Mornay among others.

1575-11-08

French Roman Catholics & Huguenots signs treaty

1576-10-12

Rudolf II succeeds Maximilian II as Holy Roman Emperor

1580-11-26

French Huguenots & Roman Catholics sign peace treaty

1584-01-07

Last day of the Julian calendar in Bohemia & Holy Roman empire

1585-07-25

Amsterdam bans 45 roman catholics

1593-07-25

France's Protestant King Henri IV converts to Roman Catholic faith

1619-08-28

Ferdinand II elected Holy Roman Emperor

1620-02-04

Prince Bethlen Gabor of Hungary signs peace with Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II

1624-05-08

Hungarian King Bethlen Gabor & Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II sign Treaty of Vienna

1626-12-20

Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II and Prince of Transylvania Gabor Bethlen sign Peace of Pressburg (Bratislava)

1631-05-20

Magdeburg in Germany seized by forces of the Holy Roman Empire under earl Johann Tilly, most inhabitants massacred, one of the bloodiest incidents of the Thirty Years' War.

1632-04-15

Battle of Rain; Swedes under Gustavus Adolphus defeat Count Tilly of the Holy Roman Empire during the Thirty Years' War.

1635-05-30

The Peace of Prague signed between the Habsburg Emperor Ferdinand II and the Electorate of Saxony (representing Protestant states of the Holy Roman Empire). It effectively ended the civil war aspect of the Thirty Years' War

1637-02-15

Ferdinand III succeeds Ferdinand II as Holy Roman Emperor

1645-03-05

Battle of Jankau in Bohemia: Sweden defeats Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III

1648-10-24

Treaty of Westphalia ends The Thirty Year's War in the Holy Roman Empire; Switzerland's independence recognized

1670-02-14

Roman Catholic emperor Leopold I chases Jews out of Vienna

1673-03-29

English King Charles II accepts Test Act: Roman Catholics excluded from public functions

1678-11-30

Roman Catholics banned from English parliament

1687-08-12

Battle of Mohacs: Ottoman invaders of Hungary routed by forces of Holy Roman Emperor under Charles of Lorraine

1688-12-23

English King James II, the last Roman Catholic British monarch flees to France and from William of Orange

1690-01-06

Joseph I, later Holy Roman Emperor and son of Emperor Leopold I, becomes King of the Romans.

1690-07-01

Army of Protestant King William III defeats deposed Roman Catholic King James II in Battle of Boyne in Ireland

1711-04-17

Charles VI becomes Holy Roman Emperor after the death of his brother Joseph I

1711-10-12

Karel VI Habsburg crowned Roman Catholic emperor

1714-09-07

Treaty of Baden: Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI & France, ends War of Spanish Succession, French retain Alsace, Austria gets bank of Rhine

1719-01-23

Liechtenstein became a sovereign member state of the Holy Roman Empire.

1739-07-22

Turks defeats Holy Roman Emp at Crocyka Yugoslavia & threaten Belgrade

1764-04-03

Austrian Archduke Jozef crowned himself Holy Roman Emperor Josef II

1764-10-15

Edward Gibbon observes a group of friars singing in the ruined Temple of Jupiter in Rome, which inspires him to begin work on The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

1776-02-17

1st volume of Gibbon's "Decline & Fall of Roman Empire" published

1786-06-29

Alexander Macdonell and over five hundred Roman Catholic highlanders leave Scotland to settle in Glengarry County, Ontario.

1792-09-02

September Massacres of the French Revolution: In Paris rampaging mobs slaughter 3 Roman Catholic bishops, more than two hundred priests, and prisoners believed to be royalist sympathizers.

1792-11-06

Battle of Jemappes: French army beats Holy Roman Empire

1793-05-25

Father Stephen Theodore Badin is 1st US Roman Catholic priest ordained

1798-02-10

Louis Alexandre Berthier invaded Rome, on February 15 proclaimed a Roman Republic and then on February 20 take Pope Pius VI as a prisoner.

1798-03-07

The French army enters Rome: the birth of the Roman Republic.

1806-08-06

Holy Roman Empire ends; it was neither holy, Roman, nor an empire. Francis II renounces the title, becoming Emperor of Austria.

1808-04-08

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Baltimore was promoted to an archdiocese, with the founding of the dioceses of New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Bardstown (now Louisville) by Pope Pius VII.

1839-06-17

In the Kingdom of Hawaii, Kamehameha III issues the Edict of toleration which gives Roman Catholics the freedom to worship in the Hawaiian Islands. The Hawaii Catholic Church and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace is later established as a result

1845-10-09

The eminent and controversial Anglican, John Henry Newman, is received into the Roman Catholic Church.

1849-02-08

New Roman Republic established.

1849-02-09

Roman Republic declared in Rome replacing following flight of Pope Pius IX

1850-09-24

Papal Bull issued, establishes Roman Catholic hierarchy in England

1855-06-05

Anti-foreign anti-Roman Catholic Know-Nothing Party's 1st convention

1869-12-08

20th Roman Catholic ecumenical council, Vatican I, opens in Rome

1889-11-03

Chaplain Ariëns founds first roman catholic workers group

1894-12-09

Roman Catholics win Parliamentary election in Belgium

1895-08-30

Belgium begins compulsory Roman Catholic education

1901-04-15

Pope Leo XIII issues an allocution deploring hostile actions against the Roman Catholic Church throughout Europe

1903-03-18

Following through on its attacks on Roman Catholic institutions, the French Government dissolves the Catholic religious orders

1904-04-24

President Loubet of France visits King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy and pointedly ignores the Pope, exacerbating relations between France and the Roman Catholic Church

1919-11-11

Pope Benedictus XV states Roman Catholics political/business views

1928-11-03

Turkey switches from Arabic to Roman alphabet

1929-04-04

1st AAU Greco-Roman wrestling championships held

1941-01-25

Pope Pius XII elevates the Apostolic Vicariate of the Hawaiian Islands to the dignity of a diocese. It becomes the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu.

1953-08-27

"Roman Holiday", starring Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck, and Eddie Albert, is released

1958-03-01

Samuel Alphonsus Stritch, is appointed Pro-Prefect of the Propagation of Faith and thus becomes the first American member of the Roman Curia.

1959-04-13

Vatican edict forbids Roman Catholics for voting for communists

1960-09-12

John F. Kennedy avers he does not speak for the Roman Catholic Church, and neither does the Church speak for him.

1964-11-23

Vatican abolished Latin as official language of Roman Catholic liturgy

1964-11-29

Roman Catholic Church in US replaces Latin with English

1966-01-16

Harold R Perry becomes 2nd black Roman Catholic bishop in US

1968-10-20

"Her 1st Roman" opens at Lunt Fontanne Theater NYC for 17 perfs

1968-11-02

"Her First Roman" closes at Lunt Fontanne Theater NYC after 17 perfs

1969-05-10

In an interview with the 'Belfast Telegraph' former Northern Ireland Prime Minister Terence O'Neill states: "if you give Roman Catholics a good job and a good house, they will live like Protestants, ... They will refuse to have 18 children"

1969-07-13

North Ireland loyalist Ian Paisley addresses a crowd at Loughgall, County Antrim, and is reported to have said: "I am anti-Roman Catholic, but God being my judge, I love the poor dupes who are ground down under that system."

1970-02-23

Holy Eucharist given by women for 1st time in Roman Catholic service

1973-08-31

1st heavyweight championship fight in Japan (Foreman beats Roman)

1973-09-01

George Foreman KOs Jose "King" Roman in 1 for heavyweight boxing title

1975-06-02

James A Healy, 1st black Roman Catholic bishop, consecrated (Maine)

1977-06-06

Joseph L Howze installed as bishop of Roman Catholic diocese (Miss)

1978-02-01

Director Roman Polanski skips bail & fled to France after pleading guilty to charges of engaging in sex with a 13-year-old girl

1988-06-30

French archbishop Marcel Lefebvre is excommunicated by the Roman Catholic Church.

1991-11-09

Houston's Roman Anderson is 1st NCAA to kick 400 pts

1992-10-31

Roman Catholic church reinstates Galileo Galilei after 359 years

1994-05-23

Roman Herzog elected president of Germany

1994-07-01

Roman Herzog sworn in as German president

1996-02-24

The last occurrence of February 24 as a leap day in the European Union and for the Roman Catholic Church.

1997-12-22

Acteal massacre: Attendees at a prayer meeting of Roman Catholic activists for indigenous causes in the small village of Acteal in the Mexican state of Chiapas are massacred by paramilitary forces.

1998-03-16

Pope John Paul II asks God for forgiveness for the inactivity and silence of some Roman Catholics during the Holocaust.

1998-07-10

Roman Catholic sex abuse cases: The Diocese of Dallas agrees to pay $23.4 million to nine former altar boys who claimed they were sexually abused by former priest Rudolph Kos.

1999-10-31

Roman Catholic Church and Lutheran Church leaders sign the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification, ending a centuries-old doctrinal dispute over the nature of faith and salvation.

2005-04-24

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is inaugurated as the 265th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church taking the name Pope Benedict XVI.

2007-09-14

Restrictions on the traditional Latin Mass are officially removed in the Roman Catholic Church as Pope Benedict XVI's motu proprio Summorum Pontificum takes effect.

2014-01-29

Archaeologists discover the oldest Roman Temple (6th C BC) at Sant'Omobono

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Roman - Notable Birthdays

CiceroJan 3, -106

Pompey the GreatSep 29, -106

Julius CaesarJul 13, -100

Mark AntonyJan 14, -83

VirgilOct 15, -70

HoraceDec 8, -65

Augustus CaesarSep 23, -63

Marcus Vipsanius AgrippaOct 23, -63

LiviaSep 28, -58

ClaudiusAug 1, -10

VespasianNov 17, 9

CaligulaAug 31, 12

Agrippina the YoungerNov 7, 15

MessalinaJan 25, 17

NervaNov 8, 30

TitusDec 30, 39

DomitianOct 24, 51

TrajanSep 18, 53

HadrianJan 24, 76

Antoninus PiusSep 19, 86

Septimius SeverusApr 11, 146

LucillaMar 7, 148

CommodusAug 31, 161

CaracallaApr 4, 188

AurelianSep 9, 214

ConstantineFeb 27, 272

CharlemagneApr 2, 742

Henry IVNov 11, 1050

Joan of ArcJan 6, 1412

Edward GibbonMay 8, 1737

Leopold IIMay 5, 1747

Eddie AlbertApr 22, 1906

John Paul IIMay 18, 1920

Roman - Birthdays
Date Event
236

Scipio Africanus, Roman statesman and general of the Second Punic War (d. 183 BC)

106

Cicero, Roman statesman and philosopher (d. 43 BC)

106

Pompey the Great [Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus], Roman political and military leader (1st Triumvirate and Consul), (d. 48 BC)

100

Julius Caesar, Rome, Roman military and political leader, (d. 44 BC), (or July 12)

83

Mark Antony [Marcus Antonius], Rome, Roman Politician and General (Battle of Actium) (d. 30 BC)

70

Virgil, (Publius Vergilius Maro) Andes, Cisalpine Gaul, Roman Republican poet (Aeneid), (d. 19 BC)

65

Horace, Venusia, Lucania, Roman Republian poet (Odes), (d. 8 BC)

63

Augustus Caesar, Roman Emperor (d. 14)

63

Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, Roman general (Battle of Actium) (or 64 BC)

58

Livia Drusilla, wife of the Roman emperor Caesar Augustus

43

Ovid, Roman poet (d. 17)

15

Julius Caesar Germanicus, Roman commander (d. 19)

10

Claudius, Lugdunum Gaul, Roman Emperor (41-54)

BC
AD
3-12-24

Galba, Roman Emperor (d. 69)

9-11-17

Vespasian, Falacrina, Italy, Roman Emperor (AD 69-79), (d. AD 79)

12-08-31

Caligula, [Gaius Caesar], 3rd Roman emperor (37-41 AD)

15-09-24

Vitellius, Roman Emperor (d. 69)

15-11-07

Agrippina the Younger [Julia Agrippina], Oppidum Ubiorum, Roman Empress (sister of Caligula, wife of Claudius, mother of Nero)

17-01-25

Messalina, Rome, Roman Empress (wife of Claudius, infamous for her promiscuity) (either 17 or 20 AD)

30-11-08

Nerva, Narni, Roman Emperor (96-98)

32-04-25

Marcus Salvius Otho, Roman Emperor (d. 69)

39-12-30

Titus, Rome, 10th Roman Emperor (79-81), conqueror of Jerusalem

40-06-13

Gnaeus Julius Agricola, Roman general and Governor of Britain, conquered Wales and Northern England

51-10-24

Domitian, Roman Emperor (d. 96)

53-09-18

Trajan, ancient Hispania, XIII Roman Emperor, (Trajan's Forum), (d. 117)

64-09-17

Julia Flavia, daughter of Roman Emperor Titus; lover of Domitian.

76-01-24

Hadrian, Italica, Roman Emperor (117-138, builder of Hadrian's Wall)

86-09-19

Antoninus Pius, Lanuvium, 15th Roman emperor (138-161)

126-08-01

Pertinax [Publius Helvius Pertinax], Alba Pompeia, Roman emperor (Year of the Five Emperors)

133-01-30

Marcus Severus Didius Julianus, Roman Emperor (d. 193)

146-04-11

Lucius Septimius Severus, Leptis Magna Libya, Roman Emperor (193-211)

148-03-07

Lucilla, Rome, Roman noblewoman (daughter of Marcus Aurelius and sister of Commodus) (between 148-150 AD)

161-08-31

Commodus, Lanuvium, Roman Emperor (180-92)

188-04-04

Caracalla, Lugdunum Gaul, Roman emperor (198-217)

189-03-07

Publius Septimius Geta, Roman Emperor (d. 211)

214-09-09

Aurelian, Serdica, Roman Emperor (270-275)

225-01-20

Gordian III, Roman Emperor (d. 244)

250-03-31

Constantius Chlorus, Roman Emperor (d. 306)

270-11-20

Maximinus, Roman Emperor (d. 313)

272-02-27

Constantine I, Naissus, Roman emperor (306-337) (adopted Christianity)

354-11-13

[Christian] Aurelius Augustine, bp of Hippo in Roman Africa

384-09-09

Flavius Honorius, emperor East Roman Republic (395-423)

401-04-10

Theodosius II, the Younger, Eastern Roman emperor

419-07-02

Valentinian III, Roman emperor (425-55)

472-08-18

Flavius Ricimer, general of the Western Roman Empire, kingmaker

742-04-02

Charlemagne, 1st Holy Roman emperor (800-14)

912-11-23

Otto I, the Great, German king, Holy Roman emperor (962-73)

973-05-06

Henry II, Roman Catholic German king/emperor (1002/14-24)

995-11-11

Gisela of Swabia, Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. 1041)

1017-10-28

Henry III, Roman Catholic German emperor (1046-56)

1050-11-11

Henry IV, Goslar, Kaiserpfalz, Holy Roman Emperor (1084—1105)

1051-09-21

Bertha of Savoy, German queen and Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. 1087)

1081-01-08

Henry V, Roman German king/emperor (1098/1111-25)

1102-02-07

Empress Matilda, Princess of England and wife of Henry V of the Holy Roman Empire (d. 1169)

1194-12-26

Frederick II, Iesi Italy, Holy Roman Emperor, King of the Romans (Germany), Sicily and Jerusalem

1209-01-05

Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1272)

1211-02-12

Henry VII, Roman catholic German king (1220-35)

1218-05-01

Rudolph I of Germany, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (d. 1291)

1278-04-17

Michael IX Palaeologus, co-ruling Eastern Roman Emperor (d. 1320)

1283-04-01

Ludwig IV of Baveria, Roman Catholic Bavarian emperor (1314-47)

1316-05-14

Charles IV, King of Bohemia (1346-78) and Holy Roman Emperor (1355-78). Dies 1378

1328-05-07

Louis VI the Roman, Duke of Bavaria (d. 1365)

1350-06-27

Manuel II Palaiologos, Eastern Roman Emperor

1352-05-05

Ruprecht, Roman catholic German king

1361-02-26

Wenceslas of Bohemia, Holy Roman Catholic German emperor (1378-1400)

1368-02-15

Sigismund, Nornberg Germany, Holy Roman emperor (1410-37)

1397-08-10

Albert II of Germany, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1439)

1412-01-06

Joan of Arc, Domrémy, Roman Catholic Saint and national heroine of France (legendary date) (d. 1431)

1434-09-18

Eleanor of Portugal, Holy Roman Empress (d. 1467)

1457-02-13

Mary of Burgundy, daughter of Charles the Bold and wife of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1482)

1472-04-05

Bianca Maria Sforza, wife of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1510)

1500-02-24

Carlos V, King of Spain (1516-56)/Holy Roman Emperor

1528-06-21

Maria of Spain, Holy Roman Empire Empress (1603)

1535-02-11

Gregory XIV, [Niccolo Sfondrati], Roman Catholic pope (1590-91)

1557-02-24

Matthias, Vienna, Holy Roman emperor (1612-19)

1574-12-08

Maria Anna of Bavaria, Empress consort of the Holy Roman Empire (d. 1616)

1585-10-04

Anna of Tyrol, Empress consort of the Holy Roman Empire (d. 1618)

1585-10-28

Cornelius Otto Jansen, France, Roman Catholic reform leader

1598-09-23

Eleonore Gonzaga, wife of Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1655)

1606-08-18

Maria Anna of Spain, Holy Roman Empire Empress and Queen of Hungary (d. 1646)

1626-10-17

Simon van Leeuwen, lawyer/historian (Roman-Holland regt)

1630-11-18

Eleanor Gonzaga, Empress of the Holy Roman Empire (d. 1686)

1632-04-06

Maria Leopoldine of Austria, Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. 1649)

1640-06-09

Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor (1658-1705)

1655-01-06

Eleonore-Magdalena of Neuburg, Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. 1720)

1673-04-21

Wilhelmina Amalia of Brunswick, Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. 1742)

1678-07-26

Joseph I Habsburg, German king/Roman catholic emperor (1705-11)

1685-10-01

Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor (1711-40) (d. 1740)

1691-08-28

Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. 1750)

1694-10-26

Johan Helmich Roman, Finnish/Swedish composer/conductor/violinist

1697-08-06

Charles VII, Holy Roman emperor (1742-45)

1701-10-22

Maria Amalia of Austria, Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. 1756)

1708-12-08

Francis I, Holy Roman emperor (1745-1765)

1735-01-08

John Carroll, American Roman Catholic archbishop (d. 1815)

1737-05-08

Edward Gibbon, Putney, English historian (The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire)

1741-03-13

Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor (1764-90) (d. 1790)

1741-12-31

Isabella Maria of Parma, wife of future Holy Roman emperor (d. 1763)

1742-04-24

Roman Hoffstetter, composer

1745-11-24

Maria Louisa of Spain, Empress consort of the Holy Roman Empire (d. 1792)

1747-05-05

Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1792)

1757-06-08

Cardinal Ercole Consalvi, Italian Roman Catholic Cardinal (d. 1824)

1768-02-12

Francis II, Florence Italy, last Holy Roman emperor (1792-1806)

1772-06-06

Maria Teresa of the Two Sicilies, Holy Roman Empire Empress consort (d. 1807)

1800-05-06

Roman Sanguszko, Polish aristocrat and general (d. 1881)

1810-05-02

Leo XIII, 257th Roman Catholic pope (1878-1903)

1824-04-05

Sydney Thompson Dobell, poet (Roman)

1830-04-06

James Augustine Healy, Macon Ga, 1st black Roman Catholic bishop

1834-02-09

Felix Dahn, The Last Roman

1835-06-02

Pius X, [Giuseppe Sarto], 257th Roman Catholic pope (1903-14)

1842-01-17

Anton G van Hamel, founder (Roman Philology in Netherlands)

1854-04-21

William Stang, Roman Catholic Bishop (d. 1907)

1854-9-28

Roman Zelazowski, Bartek zwyciezca

1858-11-26

Katharine Drexel, Roman Catholic Saint (d. 1955)

1859-02-28

Stanislaw Roman Lewandowski, Kult ciala

1859-12-24

Roman Statkowski, composer

1864-06-29

Pietro Bonfante, Italian lawyer (Roman law)

1873-01-02

Thérèse de Lisieux, French Roman-Catholic nun (d. 1897)

1873-12-30

Al Smith, American politician and first Roman Catholic presidential candidate (D) (d. 1944)

1876-11-03

Stephen Peter Alencastre, Roman Catholic prelate (d. 1940)

1877-04-24

Charles Cuvillier, Le roman d'un jeune homme pauvre

1878-01-12

Jack Pratt, Roman Candles

1878-03-23

Roman Hubczenko, Eroica

1878-10-13

Patrick Joseph Hartigan, Australian Roman Catholic priest (d. 1952)

1880-03-30

Harcourt Williams, Roman Holiday

1882-10-17

Klemens Roman, Milczenie

1884-08-08

Roman Deren, Pawel i Gawel

1887-05-30

Paulette Noizeux, Le roman du tzigane

1888-07-12

Victor Frith, A Roman Cowboy

1889-02-22

Robin G Collingwood, English philosopher (Roman Britain)

1890-04-02

Agnes Straub, Der Roman der Christine von Herre

1891-10-25

Father Coughlin, Roman Catholic priest and pro-Fascist radio broadcaster (d. 1979)

1892-01-30

Grigore Gafencu, Roman minister of Foreign affairs (1938-39)

1892-07-24

Claudio Ermelli, Roman Holiday

1892-07-31

Joseph Charbonneau, French-Canadian Roman Catholic archbishop (d. 1959)

1892-9-27

Josephine Brown, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

1893-02-05

Roman Ingarden, Polish philosopher (Studia philosophica)

1894-09-21

Tullio Carminati, Zara Dalmatia Italy, actor (Roman Holiday)

1895-01-07

Marie-Dominique Chenu, French Roman Catholic theologist

1896-10-11

Roman Jakobson, linguist/Slavic scholar (Fundamentals of Language)

1896-11-23

Ruth Etting, US dancer/singer/actress (Roman scandals)

1897-09-26

Pope Paul VI, [Giovanni Montini], 262nd Roman Catholic pope (1963-78)

1898-10-18

Lotte Lenya [Karoline Wilhelmine Charlotte Blamauer], Austrian singer and actress (The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, From Russia with Love)

1899-07-26

Carel C van Essen, Dutch archaeologist (Italian & Roman art)

1900-01-01

Paola Borboni, Roman Holiday

1900-02-02

Gorella Gori, Roman Holiday

1902-01-15

Roman Niewiarowicz, Smarkula

1904-12-05

Stella Bonheur, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

1905-11-29

Marcel Lefebvre, French Roman catholic bishop (d. 1991)

1906-01-03

Roman Brandstaetter, writer

1906-01-03

Roman Brandstaetter, Der Tag des Zornes

1906-01-22

Roman Ordenski, Zamach

1906-04-22

Eddie Albert, [Heimberger], Rock Island Illinois, actor (Roman Holiday, Green Acres)

1906-06-05

Margaret Rawlings, actress (Roman Holiday)

1907-06-30

Roman Shukhevych, Ukrainian politician (d. 1950)

1907-12-28

Roman Palester, Polish composer: The Weichsel

1907-12-28

Roman Palester, Ostatni etap

1907-9-27

Alfons Mühlhofer, Roman einer jungen Ehe

1908-01-18

Roman Wójtowicz, Dziady

1908-08-17

Piero Scanziani, Roman Holiday

1909-02-07

Hélder Câmara, Roman catholic archbishop (d. 1999)

1909-02-10

Henri Alekan, Roman Holiday

1909-03-28

Walter H. Tyler, Roman Holiday

1909-12-08

John Dighton, Roman Holiday

1910-02-28

Roman Maciejewski, composer

1911-01-01

Roman Totenberg, The 400 Million

1911-03-27

Viola Keats, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

1911-10-19

Ben Barzman, The Fall of the Roman Empire

1911-10-19

Roman Mann, Ashes and Diamonds

1911-12-30

Rafael Calvo, The Fall of the Roman Empire

1912-10-17

John Paul I, [Albino Luciano], 263rd Roman Catholic pope (1978)

1913-01-05

Laura Solari, Roman Holiday

1913-04-09

Roman Davydov, Adventures of Mowgli

1914-01-31

Basilio Franchina, The Fall of the Roman Empire

1914-12-24

Dun Roman, The Bullwinkle Show

1915-07-07

Roman Tikhomirov, Yevgeni Onegin

1915-08-08

Ian McLellan Hunter, Roman Holiday

1915-10-07

Roman Padlewski, composer

1915-9-04

Roman Heitman, 800 Leagues Over the Amazon

1916-9-29

Ric Roman, The Big Heat

1917-08-15

Oscar Romero, El Salvador Roman catholic priest (d. 1980)

1918-01-22

Philippa Hilber, Roman Scandals

1918-05-09

Sofya Karamash, Roman i Francheska

1918-06-03

Robert Swink, Roman Holiday

1919-02-27

Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, composer

1919-02-27

Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, Ohne Datum

1919-11-30

Roman Wasilewski, Zakazane piosenki

1919-12-29

Roman Vlad, composer

1919-12-29

Roman Vlad, Pictura

1920-01-15

John J "Cardinal" O'Connor, Phila, Roman Catholic Archbishop of NY

1920-02-04

John Hartford Worlock, Roman Catholic Bishop of Liverpool

1920-05-18

John Paul II, [Karol Wojtyla], Wadowice Poland, 264th Roman Catholic Pope (1978-2005)

1920-06-18

Roman Brodmann, Der Polizeistaatsbesuch - Beobachtungen unter deutschen Gastgebern

1920-06-28

Roman Toporow, Berlin Express

1920-07-29

Arkadi Gashinsky, Pochtovyy roman

1921-02-25

Roman Kachanov, Cheburashka

1921-05-30

Lawrence Roman, Under the Yum Yum Tree

1921-07-07

Roman Stankiewicz, Camera Buff

1921-07-30

Roman Weyl, Der Gehilfe

1921-08-05

Roman Bratny, Kolumbowie

1921-9-19

Yvonne Merin, Roman einer jungen Ehe

1922-01-06

Paolo Carlini, Roman Holiday

1922-04-09

Gerald Moverley, Roman Catholic bishop (Hallam)

1922-12-22

Ruth Roman, Strangers on a Train

1923-10-04

Anatoli Falkovich, Pochtovyy roman

1923-10-17

Roman Tomczak, Co mi zrobisz, jak mnie zlapiesz

1923-11-09

Roman Sykala, 150 na godzine

1923-12-23

Ruth Roman, Boston Mass, actress (Sylvia-Knots Landing, Dallas)

1924-01-09

Mikhail Zadneprovsky, Roman i Francheska

1924-06-22

Roman Harte, Sophie's Choice

1924-10-15

José Quintero, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

1925-01-11

Roman Hemala, Dungeons & Dragons

1925-01-26

Marés González, Romané

1925-05-16

Nancy Roman, The Sharpest Show of the Universe

1925-05-20

Irene Aloisi, From a Roman Balcony

1925-06-03

Thomas Winning, Roman Catholic archbishop (Glasgow)

1925-07-22

Roman Kosierkiewicz, Prawo jazdy

1926-01-07

Roman Trzeszewski, Pierwsza zmiana

1926-10-26

Roman Wolyniec, Barrier

1926-12-12

Roman Kroitor, Lonely Boy

1927-03-17

Patrick Allen, Malawi, actor (Roman Holiday, Dial "M" for Murder)

1927-05-23

Joseph Roman, Bugsy

1927-10-15

Roman Baranowicz, Tricks

1927-12-11

Teresa Kujawa, Roman i Magda

1928-01-17

Roman Frister, Bialy niedzwiedz

1928-04-16

Zbigniew Roman, Historia jednego mysliwca

1928-06-04

Roman Metzler, Pierscien ksieznej Anny

1928-07-29

Roman Wionczek, Sekret Enigmy

1928-12-17

Marilyn Beck, Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired

1929-01-26

Tadeusz Roman, Miedzy dzwiekiem a cisza. Wspomnienie o Witoldzie Lutoslawskim

1929-02-14

Roman Klosowski, I Love, You Love

1929-03-08

Murray Roman, Episode #1.20

1929-04-18

Roman Beeger, Wita was Polska

1930-01-13

Roman Ciesiewicz, artist/graphic designer

1930-05-19

Antonio Cifariello, Roman Tales

1930-07-10

Roman Huszczo, Straszydla

1930-08-28

Roman Sliwonik, Przedzial na sto i wiecej osób

1930-10-10

Konstantin Vyrupayev, Soviet wrestler (Greco-Roman Bantamweight Olympic Gold 1956), (d. 2012)

1930-12-04

Roman Semyonovich Ledenyou, composer

1930-12-04

Roman Ledenyov, Wings

1930-12-21

Phil Roman, Tom and Jerry: The Movie

1931-08-27

Roman Opalka, Tentatives de se décrire

1931-11-23

Greg Roman, The Naked and the Dead

1932-01-13

Henryk Matwiszyn, Roman i Magda

1932-01-26

George H Clements, first Roman Catholic Priest to adopt a child.

1932-08-05

Diamara Nizhnikovskaya, Roman imperatora

1932-08-31

Roman Tkachuk, Heart of a Dog

1932-11-18

Roman Silberstein, Nächtlicher Empfang

1933-03-28

Aleksandr Mitta, Granitsa. Tayozhnyy roman

1933-06-17

Anthony Bevilacqua, Brooklyn, New York, Roman Catholic Cardinal (Philadelphia), (d. 2012)

1933-08-18

Roman Polanski, Poland, director (Rosemary's Baby, Chinatown, Pirates)

1933-08-18

Roman Polanski, The Pianist

1934-04-05

Roman Herzog, German politician

1934-04-05

Roman Herzog, Episode dated 20 April 2007

1934-05-26

Cpl. Roman Ducksworth Jr.,

1934-07-19

Roman Khomyatov, Ishchite i naydyote

1934-07-24

Helena Wizlo-Sztark, Roman i Magda

1934-11-14

Roman A Gulyayev, cosmonaut

1935-03-27

Fr. Stanley Rother, Roman Catholic Priest, Martyr and Missionary to Guatemala (d. 1981)

1935-05-28

Roman Ráz, Prodavac humoru

1935-9-18

Roman Arambula, Droopy: Master Detective

1936-01-24

Roman Filippov, The Diamond Arm

1936-02-28

Roman Kruczkowski, The Aryan Couple

1936-03-23

Paul Reid Roman, Della, Della, Della

1936-05-29

Georges Wod, Le roman du samedi: Un prêtre marié

1936-06-06

Roman Wilhelmi, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

1936-12-10

Roman Zaluski, Kogel-mogel

1937-9-04

Roman Vildan, Father of a Soldier

1938-01-11

Roman Michalski, Weryfikacja

1938-05-24

Max Roman, Who's Got the Black Box?

1938-08-05

Roman Bartosiewicz, Gdzie jest general?

1939-05-20

Roman Kartsev, Heart of a Dog

1939-05-21

Roman Solntsev, Tormozheniye v nebesakh

1939-07-05

Pavel Morozenko, Roman i Francheska

1940-04-04

Richard Chanfray, Le roman du samedi: Le coffre et le revenant

1940-05-15

Vistrian Roman, Miezul fierbinte al painii

1940-08-05

Roman Gabriel, The Bob Hope Christmas Special

1940-12-18

Roman Gromadskiy, Smyatenie

1941-03-16

Peter Roman, Carnival Criss-Cross

1941-04-05

Roman Balayan, Nerke Azerbaijan, director (Filer, Biryuk)

1941-04-15

Roman Balayan, Ledi Makbet Mtsenskogo uezda

1941-04-18

Philip Vannatter, Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired

1942-08-01

Tony Roman, Scanners III: The Takeover

1942-11-29

Roman Reuven Jerzy, Terminal Island

1944-02-03

Vyacheslav Sorokin, Totalitarnyy roman

1944-04-12

Lubo Roman, Akcia Edelstein

1944-05-05

Roman Dzindzichashvili, Searching for Bobby Fischer

1944-05-29

Gerd Roman Frosch, Then Nothing Is the Same Anymore

1944-06-29

Sean O'Malley, American Roman Catholic bishop

1944-10-12

Tamara Urzhumova, Roman imperatora

1944-12-24

Oswald Gracias, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Bombay

1945-08-12

Roman Talarczyk, Znicz olimpijski

1946-05-06

Lulu Roman, Episode #6.1

1946-12-02

David Macaulay, David Macaulay: Roman City

1947-08-07

Roman Marzec, Opowiesc w czerwieni

1948-03-01

Roman Debski, Fan

1950-02-16

Roman Tam, Hong Kong famous singer (d. 2002)

1950-02-16

Roman Tam, Miss Asia Pagaent 1990

1950-06-14

Roman Suszynski, The Barber of Siberia

1951-02-08

Roman Plocki, Niefachowy stryczek

1952-11-17

Roman Codreanu, Romania, wrestler (Olympic-1980)

1953-01-01

Roman Lis, Johnnie Waterman

1953-01-10

Roman Gadek, Miki Mol i straszne plaszczydlo

1953-02-12

Nikolay Burov, Roman imperatora

1953-11-20

Greg Gibson, Stafford Va, Greco-Roman wrestler (Olympic-silver-1984)

1954-03-18

Roman Frankl, The Florence Foster Jenkins Award

1954-08-09

Roman Miastowski, Interrogation

1954-10-02

Roman Skamene, Zaklete rewiry

1954-12-25

Roman Baskin, Vana daami visiit

1955-01-01

Mary Beard, Pompeii: Life & Death in a Roman Town

1955-01-02

Elena Doronina, Tridtsat sedmoy roman

1955-06-20

Roman Piotrowski, Zakazana milosc

1955-10-30

Grzegorz Roman, Przygoda czwarta czyli nieprawdopodobne skutki wagarów pospolitych czyli powtórne spotkanie

1956-08-02

Michèle Bernier, Roman de gare

1957-04-17

Susan Roman, Heavy Metal

1957-10-08

Doug Cox, Guelph Ontario, 90 kg Greco Roman wrestler (Olympics-96)

1958-01-07

Vladimir Yurev, Voenno-polevoy roman

1958-03-31

Roman Sawka, My Town

1958-06-07

Roman Gutek, Jack Strong

1958-08-04

Roman Mosior, Ten okrutny, nikczemny chlopak

1959-12-26

Roman Koncar, Rabljeva freska

1960-01-09

Roman Hájek, Burning Secret

1960-01-29

Roman Khrushch, Pechorin

1960-03-25

Peter Hopkins, Party Like a Roman Emperor

1960-08-01

Marina Mareeva, Totalitarnyy roman

1960-08-21

Roman Schatz, Episode #1.2

1960-9-01

Roman Wlaszyn, American Splendor

1961-11-11

Matt Ghaffari, Tehran Iran, US greco-roman wrestler (Oly-sil-92, 96)

1962-03-10

Roman Koprivík, It Is Hell with the Princess

1962-04-04

Roman Vcelák, Mrtvý les

1962-07-22

Roman Madyanov, Leviathan

1962-10-22

Derrick Waldroup, Chicago Ill, 198 lbs greco-roman wrestler (Oly-96)

1963-03-31

Samantha Geimer, Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired

1963-06-08

Vasiliy Krachkovskiy, Sluzhebnyy roman. Nashe vremya

1963-06-22

Randy Couture, Everett Wash, 198 lbs greco-roman wrestler (Olymp-96)

1964-03-17

Roman Gancarczyk, My Nikifor

1964-10-04

Sergei Kudimov, Roman imperatora

1965-03-03

Eryk Roman Zuberek, In Darkness

1965-04-22

Roman Coppola, Moonrise Kingdom

1965-04-27

Juan Falcón, Romané

1965-05-09

Roman Vávra, Battle for Life

1965-06-01

Roman Luknár, A Good Day to Die Hard

1966-02-18

Roman Kollmer, Weiter als der Wald

1966-02-23

Roman Holý, Storyteller

1966-07-26

Roman Ondrácek, Episode dated 25 January 2014

1966-08-12

Gordy Morgan, Minneapolis MN, 163 lbs greco-roman wrestler (Oly-96)

1966-10-24

Roman Abramovich, Russian oil magnate

1966-10-24

Roman Abramovich, Russian Godfathers

1967-01-17

Roman Kachanov, Demobbed

1967-02-10

Roman Pietrzyk, Episode #1.233

1967-02-26

Roman Fortin, NFL center (Atlanta Falcons)

1967-02-26

Roman Fortin, Oakland Raiders vs. San Diego Chargers

1968-02-20

Ric Roman Waugh, Total Recall

1968-03-05

Roman Phifer, linebacker (St Louis Rams)

1968-03-05

Roman Phifer, Super Bowl XXXIX

1968-08-25

Rafet El Roman, Turkish singer and composer

1968-08-25

Rafet El Roman, Propaganda

1968-9-28

Roman Trakhtenberg, Shou ili biznes?

1969-05-26

Roman Prygunov, Dukhless

1969-07-05

John Oostendorp, Iowa City Iowa, 220 lbs greco-roman wrestler (Oly-96)

1969-07-08

Roman Smucler, 15 let TV Nova: První (k)roky

1969-07-25

Irina Garkusha, Roman imperatora

1970-01-03

Yogi Johl, Vancouver BC, 130 kg Greco Roman wrestler (Olympics-96)

1970-02-08

Roman Knizka, My Brother the Vampire

1970-02-25

Roman Wyden, Episode #1.8

1970-03-21

Roman Kilchsperger, The Eurovision Song Contest

1970-04-17

Tami Roman, MacArthur Park

1970-05-21

Roman Turek, Strakonice CZE, hockey goalie (Team Czech Rep, Oly-98)

1970-05-21

Roman Turek, The 2004 Stanley Cup Finals

1970-05-26

Nobuhiro Watsuki, Rurôni Kenshin: Meiji kenkaku roman tan

1970-06-11

Roman Kontsek, hockey forward (Team Slovakia 1998)

1970-06-21

Roman Slovák, Jeste ziju s vesákem, plácackou a cepicí

1971-02-03

Roman Cechmanek, NHL goaltender (Team Czech Oly-Gold-1998)

1971-02-27

Roman Giertych, I Love Poland

1971-08-12

Steve Roman, Wilde Salomé

1971-11-03

Colbie Bell, Edmonton Alberta, 100kg Greco Roman wrestler (Oly-96)

1971-12-06

Ainsley Robinson, Oshawa Ontario, 62 kg Greco Roman wrestler (Oly-96)

1971-9-11

Roman Nepomnyashchiy, Lucky Trouble

1972-04-14

Roman Vojtek, Zubari

1972-04-29

Roman Dirge, Lenore: The Cute Little Dead Girl

1972-05-01

Roman Martin, The Last Gaucho

1972-10-09

Roman Oben, tackle (NY Giants)

1972-10-09

Roman Oben, Super Bowl XXXVII

1972-12-02

Eduardo Roman, Contrapelo

1972-12-02

Roman Rossa, Episode #1.249

1973-01-01

Roman Zach, Hlava ruce srdce

1973-03-05

Roman Indyk, Zakhvatchiki

1973-04-21

Roman Lebeau, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D

1973-08-13

Roman Yagupov, The Eurovision Song Contest Semi Final

1973-11-22

Brandon Paulsen, Coon Rapids Minn, greco-roman wrestler (Oly-silv-96)

1973-12-25

Roman Viaris-de-Lesegno, Killer Joe

1973-12-29

Roman Pietakiewicz, Episode #2.4

1973-9-09

Roman Kindrachuk, Hatchet

1973-9-10

Roman Zentsov, Syostry

1973-9-21

Robert Purvis, Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired

1974-04-02

Roman Diaz, Quantum of Solace

1974-04-12

Roman Hamrlik, Gottwaldov Cze, NHL defenseman (Lightning, Oly-gold-98)

1974-05-08

Colin Daynes, Windsor Ontario, 68 kg Greco Roman wrestler (Olympic-96)

1974-08-12

Roman Sokal, The Invisibles

1974-10-05

Shari Roman, Dynaman

1974-11-05

Roman Morales, Just Like Being There

1974-11-06

Roman Hadrbolec, Episode dated 2 December 2005

1974-11-06

Roman Dormidoshin, Pechorin

1974-11-26

Roman Sebrle, 13. komnata Romana Sebrleho

1975-01-19

Viktor Vasilev, Sluzhebnyy roman. Nashe vremya

1975-03-13

Roman Borisevich, How I Ended This Summer

1975-06-12

Ben Boyer, Roman

1975-08-13

Jason Gleasman, Wilmington DE, 220 lbs greco-roman wrestler (Oly-1996)

1975-11-21

Roman Deppe, Eine Nacht in Wilhelmsburg

1975-12-03

Lauren E Roman, Wilmington NC, actress (Laura Kirk-All My Children)

1975-12-03

Lauren E. Roman, All My Children

1975-9-25

Roman Elenovitch, Time of Favor

1976-02-17

Roman Skorniakov, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1976-08-31

Christopher Cruchley, Remembering 'Roman Holiday'

1976-11-11

Roman Lewis, Breakfast of Champions

1976-11-20

Pavel Trubiner, Kurortnyy roman

1977-01-06

Vitaliy Kudryavtsev, Kurortnyy roman

1977-02-08

Roman Kostomarov, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-03-15

Riccardo Sardonè, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

1977-03-26

Mark Roman, 2000 NFL Draft

1977-07-12

Roman Mayorov, Durak

1977-07-29

Roman Korotin, Ballada o bombere

1977-07-30

Roman Volobuev, Zavtra

1977-12-07

Roman Bilyk, Premiya Muz-TV 2007

1978-04-12

Roman Weltzien, As We Were Dreaming

1978-08-02

Leonardo Genzon, Becoming Roman

1978-08-22

Natalya Lukeicheva, Kurortnyy roman

1978-9-04

Roman Mitichyan, Argo

1979-05-02

Roman Lyashenko, Russian ice hockey player (d. 2003)

1979-05-20

Roman Jankovic, A Knight's Tale

1979-9-27

Roman Avianus, Mission: Impossible III

1980-02-24

Roman Sloudnov, Russian swimmer

1980-03-23

Rana McAnear, Chronicles of the Roman Numeral X

1980-07-09

Roman Roth, The Last Train

1980-07-17

Nicolas Devars, Roman

1980-10-24

Roman Vasyanov, Fury

1980-12-03

Roman Arabia, In the Valley of Elah

1980-12-27

Roman Wagner, I Love You

1981-02-02

Roman Jaquez, The Way Forward

1981-06-23

Jose Roman, Het b-Team

1981-07-23

Roman Banias, Geeksters

1981-12-15

Roman Pavlyuchenko, Russian football player

1981-12-15

Roman Pavlyuchenko, Group A: Greece vs Russia

1982-01-30

Marisa Roman, The Zero Hour

1983-04-22

Roman Haubner, Das Eheversprechen

1983-08-22

Roman Stabrnák, Hrobníci

1983-11-09

Roman Polyanskiy, Zerkala

1984-03-01

Roman Demuth, Wind der Hoffnung

1984-05-07

Roman van der Werff, Bobby en de Geestenjagers

1984-06-20

Roman Karimov, Inadequate People

1985-01-20

Robert Roman Ratajczak, Eastern Promises

1985-12-27

Roman Corrales, Transporter 2

1986-05-24

Mark Ballas, Mark Ballas/Tami Roman/Judah Friedlander

1986-9-16

Roman Kolinka, Eden

1987-07-03

Roman Toulany, Die grüne Wolke

1987-10-04

Michael Roman, actor (Al-One Life to Live)

1987-10-04

Michael Charles Roman, One Life to Live

1987-10-10

Roman Gabriel Arriola, Weightloss

1987-9-15

Raymond J. Roman, Monkeys in Space: Supermodel Suitcase

1989-03-21

Takeru Satô, Rurôni Kenshin: Meiji kenkaku roman tan

1989-03-22

Roman Pessarov, The Way Back

1989-05-01

Noah A. Waters III, Roman Wolves

1989-08-23

Alvina Roman, Walk a Mile in My Pants

1990-07-02

Roman Lob, The Eurovision Song Contest

1990-07-09

Roman Shmakov, Yuri's Day

1990-08-03

Roman Gareev, Korporativ

1990-9-08

Roman Anthony, Crazy Kidz

1992-04-19

Roman Cooperman, Episode #4.2

1992-07-08

Roman Vogdt, Seth's Gold

1993-01-28

Roman Kemp, Vendetta

1993-06-12

Roman Kirimov, Aziris nuna

1993-08-10

Alejandro Roman Pescador, Nine Minutes of Ursula

1993-12-25

Emi Takei, Rurôni Kenshin: Meiji kenkaku roman tan

1996-9-20

Sabrina LeMaster, Chronicles of the Roman Numeral X

1999-05-13

Roman Lochmann, Bruder vor Luder

2004-03-24

Roman Woodall, Horizonica

Roman - Notable Weddings

AugustusJan 17, -38

ConstantineMar 31, 307

Martin LutherJun 13, 1525

Leopold IIAug 5, 1764

TolkienMar 22, 1916

robert kennedyJun 17, 1950

Audrey HepburnSep 25, 1954

Sharon TateJan 20, 1968

Dan MarinoJan 30, 1985

Kobe BryantApr 18, 2001

Roman - Weddings
Date Event
38

Roman Republican Leader Octavian, later Augustus 1st Roman Emperor, marries Livia Drusilla.

BC
AD
307-03-31

Roman Emperor Constantine marries Fausta, daughter of the Emperor Maximian, later murdering her in 326

437-10-29

Valentinian III, Western Roman Emperor, marries Licinia Eudoxia, daughter of his cousin Theodosius II, Eastern Roman Emperor in Constantinople. This unifies the two branches of the House of Theodosius

1186-01-27

Henry VI, the son and heir of the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I, weds Constance of Sicily.

1382-01-20

King Richard II of England marries Anne of Bohemia and daughter of the Holy Roman Emperor at Westminster Abbey. Anne died of plague in 1394.

1477-08-16

Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, weds Mary of Burgundy, the heiress to the Duchy of Burgundy in Ghent, Belgium

1525-06-13

Martin Luther marries Katharina von Bora, against the celibacy rule decreed by the Roman Catholic Church for priests and nuns.

1526-03-10

Holy Roman Emperor Charles V marries Princess Isabella of Portugal, his 1st cousin, in Seville

1764-08-05

Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II (17) weds queen Maria Luisa of Spain (18) in Innsbruck, Austria

1916-03-22

British writer ('Lord of the Rings'), poet and professor J.R.R. (John Ronald Reuel) Tolkien marries Edith Mary Bratt at St. Mary Immaculate Roman Catholic Church, Warwick

1950-06-17

US Attorney General robert kennedy (24) weds Ethel Kennedy (25) at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Greenwich, Connecticut

1954-09-25

"Roman Holiday" actress Audrey Hepburn (25) weds actor Mel Ferrer (37) in Burgenstock

1968-01-20

Actress Sharon Tate (24) weds actor/director Roman Polanski (34) in Chelsea, London

1985-01-30

NFL Quarterback Dan Marino (23) weds Claire Veazey at St. Regis Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania

1989-08-30

Roman Polanski marries actress Emmanuelle Seigner

2001-04-18

NBA star player Kobe Bryant (22) weds Vanessa Laine at St. Edward Roman Catholic Church in Dana Point, California

2004-07-31

"Ed" actor Tom Cavanagh (35) weds "Sports Illustrated" photo editor Maureen Grise (33) at a 19th-century, cedar-shingled Roman Catholic church in Nantucket, Massachusetts

2012-07-07

"The Office" Ellie Kemper (32) weds former "Conan O'Brien" writer Michael Koman at the Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church in New York City

Roman - Notable Deaths

Gaius MariusJan 13, -86

Pompey the GreatSep 28, -48

Julius CaesarMar 15, -44

CiceroDec 7, -43

Gaius CassiusOct 3, -42

Mark AntonyAug 1, -30

VirgilSep 21, -19

HoraceNov 27, 8

Augustus CaesarAug 19, 14

Agrippina the ElderOct 17, 33

TiberiusMar 10, 37

CaligulaJan 24, 41

ClaudiusOct 13, 54

Agrippina the YoungerMar 23, 59

NeroJun 9, 68

VespasianJun 23, 79

DomitianSep 18, 96

TrajanAug 9, 117

HadrianJul 10, 138

CaracallaApr 8, 217

ElagabalusMar 11, 222

DiocletianDec 3, 311

MaxentiusOct 28, 312

StilichoAug 22, 408

Flavius AetiusSep 21, 454

CharlemagneJan 28, 814

Henry IVAug 7, 1106

Frederick IJun 10, 1190

Leopold IIMar 1, 1792

Edward GibbonJan 16, 1794

Audrey HepburnJan 20, 1993

John Paul IIApr 2, 2005

Eddie AlbertMay 26, 2005

Roman - Deaths
Date Event
86

Gaius Marius, Roman general and politician (held the office of consul seven times), dies at 70

63

Publius Cornelius Lentulus (Sura), Roman statesman

48

Pompey the Great [Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus], Roman general and politician, dies at 59

45

Titus Labienus, Roman leader

45

Gnaeus Pompeius, the Younger, Roman general

44

Julius Caesar, Roman military and political figure, is stabbed to death at 55

43

Cicero, Roman politician and orator, killed as part of the proscriptions at 63

42

Gaius Cassius Longinus, Roman senator and conspirator against Julius Caesar, dies during the Battle of Philippi

42

Marcus Junius Brutus, Roman senator (b. 85 BC)

30

Mark Antony, Roman Politician and General, commits suicide after he is defeated by Octavian at the Battle of Actium at 53

19

Virgil, Roman poet, dies at 50

BC
AD
8-11-27

Horace, Roman poet, dies at 56

9-09-15

Publius Quinctilius Varus, Roman viceroy of Syria, suicide at 59

14-08-19

Augustus Caesar, first Roman Emperor (b. 63 BC)

17-01-02

Roman poet Ovid (in Latin: Publius Ovidius Naso), dies

19-10-10

Julius Caesar Germanicus, Roman commandant of Rijnleger, dies at 33

31-09-18

Sejanus, Roman head of praetorian guard, executed

33-10-17

Agrippina the Elder, Roman noblewoman (mother of Caligula), dies of starvation at 47

37-03-10

Tiberius Claudius Nero, Roman emperor (14-37), dies at 78

41-01-24

Caligula, [G C Germanicus], Roman emperor (37-41), assassinated at 28 by Praetorian Guards. Known for his eccentricity and cruel despotism.

54-10-13

Claudius, Roman Emperor, dies of poison mushrooms at 63

59-03-23

Agrippina the Younger, Roman Empress, dies at 43 (circumstances of her death vary, but all suggest that she was murdered by her son, the Emperor Nero)

65-04-12

Seneca the Younger, Roman philosopher, statesman and dramatist

65-04-30

Lucan, Roman poet (b. 39)

68-06-09

Claudius Nero, Roman emperor (54-68), commits suicide at 31

69-04-16

Otho, Roman Emperor (b. 32)

69-12-22

Aulus Vitellius, Roman Emperor for 8 months, executed by the troops of his successor Vespasian in Rome

79-06-23

Vespasian, Roman Emperor, dies at 69

79-08-25

Gaius Plinius Secundus, [Pliny the Elder], Roman admiral/writer, dies during eruption of Mount Vesuvius

93-08-23

Gnaeus Julius Agricola, Roman Governor of Britain (b. 40)

96-09-18

Domitian, Roman emperor, assassinated

117-08-09

Trajan, Roman Emperor, dies from edema at 63

138-07-10

Hadrian, Roman emperor (117-138), dies at 62

193-03-28

Publius Helvius Pertinax, Roman Emperor (192-93), assassinated

197-02-19

D Clodius Septimus Albinus, Roman bequest in England, dies in battle

217-04-08

Caracalla, Roman emperor (198-217), murdered at 29

222-03-11

Elagabalus, Roman Emperor (218-22), murdered by the Praetorian Guard at 18

238-04-12

Gordian II, Roman co-Emperor with his father Gordian I, killed in battle at Carthage

238-04-12

Gordian I, Roman Emperor, suicide, after losing battle at Carthage and death of son Gordian I

238-05-10

Gaius Julius Verus Maximinus, the Thracian, Roman Emperor, murdered

238-07-29

Pupienus, Roman Emperor

238-07-29

Balbinus, Roman Emperor

251-07-01

Decius, Roman Emperor (b. 207)

251-07-01

Herennius Etruscus, joint Roman Emperor with father Decius (b. ca. 227)

290-10-01

[Christian] Bacchus, roman soldier/martyred saint, killed

290-10-07

[Christian] Sergius, roman soldier/martyred saint, decapitated

303-04-23

Saint George, Greek officer in the Roman army, beheaded. Patron saint of many lands including England

311-12-03

Diocletian, Roman Emperor (284-305), dies at 66

312-10-28

Maxentius, Roman emperor (306-312), drowns at the Battle of Milvian Bridge at 34

350-06-30

Nepotianus, Roman usurper

353-08-11

Magnentius, Roman usurper (b. 303)

353-08-18

Decentius, Roman usurper

355-09-07

Claudius Silvanus, Roman usurper

363-06-26

Julian the Apostate, Roman Emperor (361-63)

366-05-27

Procopius, Roman usurper (b. 326)

375-11-17

Valentinian I "The Great", Roman Co-Emperor and Ruler of Western Roman Empire (336-75), dies at 54

388-08-28

Magnus Maximus, Spanish West Roman Emperor (383-88), executed

397-11-11

Martinus, (St Maarten), Roman bishop of Tours, dies at about 81

404-01-01

Telemachus, Roman monk, murdered

408-05-01

Arcadius, Eastern Roman emperor (b. 337/338)

408-08-22

Flavius Stilicho, West Roman field leader (395-408), executed at 48

421-09-02

Flavius Constantine III, Emperor of Western Roman Empire, dies at about 51

423-08-15

Flavius Honorius, emperor East Roman Republic (395-423), dies

439-12-31

Melania the Younger, Roman monastery founder/saint, dies at about 56

454-09-21

Flavius Aetius, Roman general (Battle of the Catalaunian Plains), assassinated by Valentinian

455-03-16

Valentinian III, Roman Emperor (b. 419)

461-08-07

Majorian, Roman Emperor (assassinated) (b. 420)

472-07-11

Anthemius, Emperor of the Western Roman Empire

814-01-28

Charlemagne, German emperor/Roman Emperor (800-814), dies at 71

855-03-02

Lothair, King of the Franks and Holy Roman Emperor (b. 795)

877-10-06

Charles II the Bald, King of France/ Holy Roman emperor (875-77), dies at 54

888-01-13

Charles III, the Fat One, King of Franconia/Roman emperor, dies

898-10-15

Lambert, Holy Roman Emperor

965-07-04

Pope Benedict V, Italian Roman Catholic Pope (b. unknown)

973-05-07

Otto I the Great, Holy Roman Emperor (962-973), dies at 60

991-06-15

Theophanu, wife of Holy Roman Emperor Otto II and regent of Otto III, dies (b. 960)

999-12-16

Saint Adelaide, Holy Roman Empress, wife of Emperor Otto I and regent to Otto II, dies at about 68

1056-10-05

Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1017)

1063-03-21

Blessed Richeza of Lotharingia, venerated in Roman Catholicism, wife of King Mieszko II of Poland

1106-08-07

Henry IV, Roman German king/emperor (1056/84-1105), dies at 54

1125-05-23

Hendrik V, Roman catholics German king/emperor (1098/1111-25), dies

1131-04-30

Adjutor, Roman Catholic Saint

1137-12-03

Lotharius III, of Supplinburg, Roman-Ger emperor (1133-37), dies at 67

1143-09-24

Agnes of Germany, daughter of Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1072)

1152-02-15

Konrad III, Roman-German King (1138-1152), dies at about 58

1167-09-10

Empress Matilda, wife of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1102)

1190-06-10

Frederick I Barbarossa, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1122)

1197-09-28

Henry VI von Hohenstaufen, Roman Catholic German King (1169-97), dies

1198-11-27

Queen Constance of Sicily, wife of Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1154)

1241-12-01

Isabella of England, wife of Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1214)

1242-02-12

Hendrik VII, Roman Catholics German king (1220-35), commits suicide

1272-04-02

Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1209)

1291-07-15

Rudolf I, King of Germany & Holy Roman Empire, dies

1313-08-24

Henry VII, Roman Catholic German King/emperor (1308/12-13), dies

1348-11-20

Stefano Colonna, Roman senator, dies in battle against Roman revolutionaries by Porta Tiburtina

1365-05-17

Louis VI the Roman, Duke of Bavaria and Elector of Brandenburg (b. 1328)

1378-11-29

Charles IV, Roman-German King/German emperor (Univ of Prague), dies

1410-05-18

Ruprecht, Roman catholics German king, dies

1439-10-27

Albert II of Germany, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1397)

1510-12-31

Bianca Maria Sforza, wife of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1472)

1519-01-12

Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1459)

1550-11-07

Jon Arason, the last Roman Catholic bishop of Iceland prior to the reformation, beheaded in Skalholt with his two sons Are and Bjorn. (b. 1484)

1558-09-21

Charles V, King of Spain (Carlos I)/Holy Roman Emperor, dies at 58

1564-07-25

Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor (1558-64), dies at 61

1572-08-24

Death of thousands of French Protestants by Roman Catholics in the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre, beginning in Paris

1576-10-12

Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor (1564-76), dies

1581-04-03

Huibert Duifhuis, Roman Catholic pastor (Rotterdam/Utrecht), dies

1584-11-03

Charles Borromeo, Italian Roman Catholic cardinal (b. 1538)

1619-03-20

Matthias II, Holy Roman Catholic emperor (1611-19), dies

1640-12-09

Pierre Fourier, Roman Catholic saint and French priest (b.1565)

1660-10-07

Paul Scarron, French, stagewriter (Le Roman Comique), dies at 50

1674-09-27

Thomas Traherne, English poet/mystic (Roman Forgeries), dies

1705-05-05

Leopold I von Hapsburg, Emperor of Holy Roman Empire, dies at 64

1711-04-17

Joseph I, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1678) dies of smallpox

1740-10-20

Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1685)

1743-04-16

Cornelis van Bijnkershoek, Dutch lawyer (Roman law), dies at 69

1758-10-19

Johan H Roman, Finnish/Swedish composer/conductor/violinist, dies

1758-11-20

Johan Helmich Roman, Finnish composer/violist, dies at 64

1765-08-18

Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor (1745-65) dies at 56

1790-02-20

Joseph II, Emperor of Holy Roman empire, dies at 48

1792-03-01

Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1747)

1794-01-16

Edward Gibbon, English historian (The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire), dies in London at 56

1815-05-21

Roman Hoffstetter, composer, dies at 73

1815-12-03

John Carroll (priest), first Roman Catholic archbishop in the U.S. (b. 1735)

1835-03-02

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1768)

1840-04-19

Jean-Jacques Lartigue, Roman catholic bishop of Montreal (b. 1777)

1867-10-04

Francis Xavier Seelos German-American Roman Catholic priest (b. 1819)

1868-09-17

Roman Nose (Wiquini), Cheyenne indian leader, dies

1881-03-26

Roman Sanguszko, Polish aristocrat (b. 1800)

1882-06-11

Louis Maigret, Roman Catholic prelate (b. 1804)

1897-09-30

St Therese of Lisieux, Roman Catholic saint and mystic (b. 1873)

1898-04-12

Elzéar-Alexandre Taschereau, Roman catholic archbishop of Quebec (b. 1820)

1900-08-05

James Augustine Healy, black Roman Catholic bishop, dies at 80

1903-01-04

Gulstan Ropert, Roman Catholic prelate (b. 1839)

1907-04-05

Anton G van Hamel, founder (Roman philosphy in Neth), dies at 65

1910-02-06

Alfonso Maria Fusco. Beatified Italian Roman Catholic priest and founder (b.1839)

1912-02-03

Felix Dahn, The Last Roman

1921-09-15

Roman von Ungern-Sternberg, Russ baron/general, dies

1925-07-18

Louis Nazaire Bégin, Roman Catholic cardinal and Archbishop of Quebec (b. 1840)

1925-11-12

Roman Statkowski, composer, dies at 65

1930-03-08

Roman Zelazowski, Bartek zwyciezca

1933-10-25

Roman Tuma, Mnichovo srdce

1938-12-24

Jack Pratt, Roman Candles

1939-01-02

Roman Dmowski, Polish politician (b. 1864)

1940-02-03

Stanislaw Roman Lewandowski, Kult ciala

1940-08-31

Georges Gauthier, French Canadian Roman Catholic archbishop of Montreal (b. 1871)

1941-07-08

Agnes Straub, Der Roman der Christine von Herre

1942-07-26

Titus Brandsma, [Anno Sjoerd], Dutch Roman Catholic priest and philosopher (Dachau), dies

1943-01-09

Robin G Collingwood, English philosopher (Roman Britain), dies at 53

1944-08-16

Roman Padlewski, composer, dies at 28

1949-02-24

Roman Bohnen, The Best Years of Our Lives

1952-10-01

Alfons Mühlhofer, Roman einer jungen Ehe

1952-12-27

Patrick Joseph Hartigan, Australian Roman Catholic priest (b. 1878)

1953-03-02

Roman Cirin, Pierwsze dni

1955-02-14

Charles Cuvillier, Le roman d'un jeune homme pauvre

1957-11-12

Fritz Schulz, German law historian (Classical Roman Law), dies at 78

1957-12-13

Harcourt Williams, Roman Holiday

1958-12-16

Roman Hubczenko, Eroica

1960-03-11

Roman Mann, Ashes and Diamonds

1962-04-09

Cpl. Roman Ducksworth Jr.,

1964-10-29

Claudio Ermelli, Roman Holiday

1970-06-29

Roman Ingarden, Polish philosopher (Studia philosophica), dies at 77

1971-02-26

Tullio Carminati, actor (Roman Holiday, Moulin Rouge), dies at 76

1977-01-31

Zbigniew Roman, Historia jednego mysliwca

1979-11-03

Paolo Carlini, Roman Holiday

1980-01-01

Irene Aloisi, From a Roman Balcony

1980-11-29

Dorothy Day, American journalist, social activist and devout member of the Roman Catholic Church, dies at 83

1981-07-28

Fr. Stanley Rother, Roman Catholic Priest, Martyr and Missionary to Guatemala (b. 1935)

1983-07-20

Richard Chanfray, Le roman du samedi: Le coffre et le revenant

1983-07-23

Georges Auric, Roman Holiday

1983-09-25

Roman Wójtowicz, Dziady

1984-08-04

Roman Tikhomirov, Yevgeni Onegin

1984-09-13

Laura Solari, Roman Holiday

1985-12-14

Roman Stankiewicz, Camera Buff

1986-12-10

Susan Cabot-Roman, actress (Sorority Girl, Carnival Rock), dies

1987-07-09

Roman Zawistowski, Panienka z okienka

1987-09-28

Roman Brandstaetter, Der Tag des Zornes

1988-09-17

Roman Davydov, Adventures of Mowgli

1989-08-24

Roman Palester, Ostatni etap

1989-12-15

Ben Barzman, The Fall of the Roman Empire

1990-01-31

Roman Wasilewski, Zakazane piosenki

1990-02-01

Roman Brodmann, Der Polizeistaatsbesuch - Beobachtungen unter deutschen Gastgebern

1990-11-03

Walter H. Tyler, Roman Holiday

1991-03-05

Ian McLellan Hunter, Roman Holiday

1991-06-24

Roman Talarczyk, Znicz olimpijski

1991-11-03

Roman Wilhelmi, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

1991-11-17

Paul Reid Roman, actor (Aviator, Blue Knight), dies of cancer at 55

1991-11-17

Paul Reid Roman, Della, Della, Della

1991-12-13

Arkadi Gashinsky, Pochtovyy roman

1992-02-18

Roman Filippov, The Diamond Arm

1993-01-20

Audrey Hepburn, actress (Roman Holiday), dies of colon cancer at 63

1993-03-04

Roman Kachanov, Cheburashka

1993-04-21

Roman Vcelák, Mrtvý les

1993-04-24

Roman Toporow, Berlin Express

1994-01-10

Roman Tkachuk, Heart of a Dog

1994-03-03

Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, Ohne Datum

1994-07-03

Vistrian Roman, Miezul fierbinte al painii

1994-11-01

Anatoli Falkovich, Pochtovyy roman

1995-04-09

Paola Borboni, Roman Holiday

1996-01-21

Roman Ciesiewicz, artist/graphic designer, dies at 65

1996-05-19

Margaret Rawlings, actress (Roman Holiday), dies at 89

1996-05-19

Margaret Rawlings, Roman Holiday

1996-06-16

Philippa Hilber, Roman Scandals

1996-08-28

Roman Khomyatov, Ishchite i naydyote

1997-10-10

Stella Bonheur, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

1998-01-25

Roman Trzeszewski, Pierwsza zmiana

1998-06-05

Viola Keats, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

1998-07-12

Roman Wionczek, Sekret Enigmy

1998-11-09

Roman Cycowski, Kabarett-Programm Nr. 6

1999-02-26

José Quintero, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

1999-08-27

Hélder Câmara, Brazilian Roman Catholic archbishop (b. 1909)

1999-09-09

Ruth Roman, American actress (b. 1922)

1999-09-09

Ruth Roman, Strangers on a Train

2000-06-24

Roman Kosierkiewicz, Prawo jazdy

2000-08-11

Ric Roman, The Big Heat

2000-08-15

Robert Swink, Roman Holiday

2000-08-23

John Anthony Kaiser, Roman Catholic priest (b. 1932)

2001-04-27

Roman Silberstein, Nächtlicher Empfang

2001-06-15

Henri Alekan, Roman Holiday

2002-02-17

Max Roman, Who's Got the Black Box?

2002-10-18

Roman Tam, Hong Kong singer (b. 1950)

2002-10-18

Roman Tam, Miss Asia Pagaent 1990

2003-02-27

Piero Scanziani, Roman Holiday

2003-07-05

Roman Lyashenko, Russian ice hockey player (b. 1979)

2003-12-11

Roman Marzec, Opowiesc w czerwieni

2003-12-17

Basilio Franchina, The Fall of the Roman Empire

2004-11-24

Roman Heitman, 800 Leagues Over the Amazon

2005-04-02

Pope John Paul II, Polish Roman Catholic Pope (b. 1920)

2005-05-26

Eddie Albert, American actor (Roman Holiday), dies of pneumonia at 99

2005-05-26

Roman Hemala, Dungeons & Dragons

2005-07-12

Roman Wolyniec, Barrier

2006-01-31

Roman Wlaszyn, American Splendor

2006-03-04

Roman Ogaza, Polish footballer (b. 1952)

2006-08-06

Roman Miastowski, Interrogation

2007-01-28

Father Robert Drinan, Roman Catholic Priest and American politician (b. 1920)

2007-04-17

Roman Solntsev, Tormozheniye v nebesakh

2007-05-28

Wlodzimierz Padlewski, Roman Padlewski

2007-06-08

Tony Roman, Scanners III: The Takeover

2008-04-19

Alfonso López Trujillo, Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church (b. 1935)

2008-05-18

Lawrence Roman, Under the Yum Yum Tree

2008-08-30

Marés González, Romané

2008-12-12

Avery Dulles, Roman Catholic Cardinal, heologian (b. 1918)

2009-02-16

Stephen Cardinal Kim Sou-hwan, Korean Cardinal, Protopriest of the Holy Roman Church (b. 1921)

2009-03-29

Roman Harte, Sophie's Choice

2009-05-26

Roman Vildan, Father of a Soldier

2009-09-09

Shari Roman, Dynaman

2009-11-04

Hubertus Brandenburg, Roman Catholic Bishop of Stockholm (b. 1923)

2009-11-20

Roman Trakhtenberg, Shou ili biznes?

2009-12-23

Edward Schillebeeckx, Belgian Roman Catholic theologian (b. 1914)

2010-01-09

Roman Baranowicz, Tricks

2010-02-17

Roman Tomczak, Co mi zrobisz, jak mnie zlapiesz

2010-03-04

Hilario Chávez Joya, Mexican Roman Catholic prelate (b. 1928)

2010-07-24

Georges Wod, Le roman du samedi: Un prêtre marié

2010-10-31

Roman Metzler, Pierscien ksieznej Anny

2011-03-02

Roman Beeger, Wita was Polska

2011-08-06

Roman Opalka, Tentatives de se décrire

2011-12-31

Elena Doronina, Tridtsat sedmoy roman

2012-01-01

Alfredo Battisti, Roman Catholic Archdiosese of Udine, Italy, dies at 87

2012-01-20

Philip Vannatter, Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired

2012-02-02

Sergei Kudimov, Roman imperatora

2012-05-08

Roman Totenberg, The 400 Million

2012-06-15

Yvonne Merin, Roman einer jungen Ehe

2012-09-16

Roman Kroitor, Lonely Boy

2012-09-22

Roman Sliwonik, Przedzial na sto i wiecej osób

2013-04-09

Roman Gadek, Miki Mol i straszne plaszczydlo

2013-09-21

Roman Vlad, Pictura

2014-05-31

Marilyn Beck, Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired

2015-01-25

Roman Mayorov, Durak

2015-02-09

Roman Frister, Bialy niedzwiedz

2015-05-11

Roman Huszczo, Straszydla

2017-01-12

Roman Herzog, former German president, dies aged 82

2017-01-25

Former German President Roman Herzog Dies Aged 82

2017-04-19

Rosey dead: Former WWE wrestler and brother of Roman Reigns dies aged 47


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