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January 10 is the tenth day of the year on the Gregorian calendar.

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Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

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Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

January 10 – A Day as Today – Events

  • 49 a. C .: Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon River, marking the beginning of the second civil war of the Roman Republic.
  • 9 d. C .: The Western Han dynasty ends when Wang Mang proclaims himself as the Mandate of Heaven, ending the dynasty and beginning his, the Xin dynasty.
  • 69 d. C .: Lucio Calpurnio Piso Liciniano is appointed by Galba as a deputy Roman emperor.
  • 1072: in Sicily, the Norman Roberto Guiscardo conquers Palermo.
  • 1429: in Burgundy the Order of the Golden Fleece is created, on the occasion of the wedding of Philip the Good of Burgundy.
  • 1475: Stephen III of Moldavia defeats the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Vaslui.
  • 1503: in Seville (Spain), the Casa de Contratación de Indias was created, destined to deposit merchandise imported and exported from America, by royal decrees of January 10 and February 14.
  • 1514: the Complutense Bible, the first multilingual edition, is published in Spain.
  • 1544: Viceroy Blasco Núñez de Vela arrived in Panama, sent by Carlos I to stop the abuses committed by some conquerors.
  • 1601: the Court of Felipe III moves from Madrid to Valladolid, according to an official order the day before.
  • 1645: in the Tower of London (England), Archbishop William Laud is beheaded after being accused of treason in 1640 by the Long Parliament.
  • 1776: During the American Revolution, Thomas Paine publishes Common sense.
  • 1806: in Cape Town (modern South Africa), the Dutch surrender to the British after being defeated in the Battle of Blaauwberg.
  • 1810: in France the marriage between Napoleon and Josefina is annulled.
  • 1840: The Penny Post postal system begins in London.
  • 1847: the city of Los Angeles is occupied for the second and definitive time by the US forces commanded by Robert F. Stockton and Stephen Kearny during the US intervention in Mexico, thus being annexed to the United States.
  • 1857: in France, the writer Jules Verne marries Honorine de Viane Morel.
  • 1860: in the Venezuelan city of San Carlos (today the capital of the Cojedes state) within the framework of the Federal War, Ezequiel Zamora, the main leader of the Liberals in Venezuela, is assassinated.
  • 1861: in the American Civil War, Florida separates from the Union.
  • 1863: the London Underground comes into operation in the United Kingdom.
  • 1870: in the United States, John D. Rockefeller founds Standard Oil.
  • 1877: compulsory military service is established in Spain (four years of active service and four in reserve).
  • 1880: in the Cucaracha mountain (Panama) the first charge of dynamite explodes that will collapse the mountain ranges of the isthmus to give way to the waters through the interoceanic Panama Canal.
  • 1888: in Colombia the newspaper El Espectador is published again after it was closed by the government of Rafael Nuñez.
  • 1889: France occupies the Ivory Coast.
  • 1901: oil is discovered in Beaumont (Texas).
  • 1916: in the framework of the First World War, Russia defeats the Ottoman Empire in the Erzurum Offensive.
  • 1920: the League of Nations (forerunner of the United Nations Organization) meets for the first time and ratifies the Treaty of Versailles. World War I ends.
  • 1922: in Ireland, Arthur Griffith is chosen president of the Irish Free State.
  • 1923: Lithuania attacks and the city of Klaipėda (Memel in German) is annexed.
  • 1927: Fritz Lang’s film Metropolis is released.
  • 1928: Leon Trotsky and 30 other members of the leftist opposition are expelled from the Soviet Union. Trotsky goes into exile to Alma-Ata.
  • 1929: first appearance of Tintin, the famous character from Hergé.
  • 1929: in Mexico the Cuban student Julio Antonio Mella, one of the communist leaders of his country, is mysteriously murdered.
  • 1941: in Berlin, the Soviet Union and Germany sign a pact that delimits the new borders between the two countries.
  • 1941: in the Kastoriá prefecture (Greece) ―in the framework of the Second World War―, the Greek army captures Kleisoura (a village where three years later the Nazis will execute 270 inhabitants).
  • 1941 – In the United States, Congress introduces the Lend-Lease system.
  • 1942: Japan invades Indonesia.
  • 1945: in London, King George VI solemnly inaugurates the preparatory work for the United Nations.
  • 1946: in London the General Assembly of the United Nations is inaugurated. Fifty-one nations are represented.
  • 1946: Mao Tsé-Dung and Chiang Kai-shek declare a ceasefire in China after the mediation of US President Harry S. Truman.
  • 1949: RCA introduces 45 RPM records.
  • 1958: in Venezuela, Pedro Estrada, director of the National Security Directorate, is removed from office by General Marcos Pérez Jiménez, accelerating the fall of that regime.
  • 1960: between the hills of Cochuna and El Calao in the province of Tucumán (Argentina), army forces surround a camp of the MPL (Peronist Liberation Movement) and arrest three Uturuncos.
  • 1961: in the Cuban village La Felicidad, in the Jibacoa Valley (Las Villas province), the terrorist gang of Blas Nicolás Ortega Ortega –in the framework of the terrorist attacks organized by the American CIA– assassinate the peasant Manuel Manuelico Rodríguez Pozo , worker of the Fernando Urquiza cooperative.
  • 1962: In the United States, NASA announces its plans to build a Saturn V rocket for its Apollo Program.
  • 1962: in Pinar del Río (Cuba), the terrorist gang of Machete (Francisco Robaina Domínguez) ―in the framework of the terrorist attacks organized by the US CIA― attacks a house and wounds a peasant.
  • 1966: The Tashkent Declaration, a peace agreement between India and Pakistan that ends the Indo-Pakistani war of 1965, is signed.
  • 1968: the American lunar lander Surveyor 7 lands on the Moon.
  • 1969: Launch of the Soviet Venera 6 space probe to Venus, transmitting for 51 minutes from its atmosphere.
  • 1972: in Bangladesh, Mujibur Rahman (after spending nine months in a Pakistani prison) is appointed the first head of government of the newly independent state.
  • 1973: in the small town of San Justo, in the north of the province of Santa Fe (Argentina), the Tornado de San Justo occurs, the strongest F5 outside the territory of the United States. It leaves 63 dead and several hundred injured.
  • 1973: the Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel, awarded in Hollywood with the Oscar for best foreign film for The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie.
  • 1974: in the same well, 343, 342 and 0 meters deep, in the U10as area of ​​the Nevada Atomic Test Site (about 100 km northwest of the city of Las Vegas), at 7:38 a.m. local), the United States simultaneously detonates its Pinedrops-Sloat-1, Pinedrops-Bayou-2 and Pinedrops-Tawny-3 atomic bombs (all three of less than 5 kilotons). They are bombs # 812 to 814 of the 1,132 that the United States detonated between 1945 and 1992.
  • 1978: in Managua (Nicaragua) the Somoza dictatorship assassinates journalist Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal, director and owner of the Nicaraguan opposition newspaper La Prensa.
  • 1980: in Mexico a fire, in Mexico City, destroys the historic Tree of the Sad Night, under which Hernán Cortés mourned his defeat in 1520.
  • 1981: the civil war begins in El Salvador with the offensive launched by the FMLN guerrilla (Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional). In the northern mountains of the department of Morazán, near the town of Perquín, the clandestine radio Venceremos begins its broadcasts.
  • 1983: British astronomers discover a new pulsar with an energy capacity greater than that of the Sun.
  • 1984: The United States and the Holy See resume their diplomatic relations after 117 years.
  • 1985: in Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega takes possession of the presidency.
  • 1986: in Basauri (Vizcaya), businessman Juan Pedro Guzmán, kidnapped by ETA twelve days earlier, is rescued by GEO (Special Operations Group).
  • 1989: in Mexico, La Quina (Joaquín Hernández Galicia), who was a leader of the Petroleum Workers’ Union, is arrested on alleged charges of money laundering and embezzlement of union funds.
  • 1989: in Angola, Cuban troops begin to withdraw.
  • 1990: in the United States the companies Time Inc. and Warner Communications merge, generating the Time Warner company.
  • 1994: in Mexico, the army mobilizes 15,000 soldiers in the offensive against the Zapatista rebels, while the Interior Minister, Patrocinio González Garrido, resigns.
  • 1995: The King of Spain, Juan Carlos I and the former US President, Jimmy Carter win the UNESCO Peace Prize.
  • 1997: in Nicaragua, Arnoldo Alemán takes possession of the presidency.
  • 2001: Nupedia (precedent from Wikipedia) is released in the United States.
  • 2001: At Beachy Head (near the city of Eastbourne, southern England) an entire chalk cliff falls into the sea.
  • 2002: in Nicaragua, Enrique Bolaños takes possession of the presidency.
  • 2006: In Ukraine, the parliament dismisses the government in retaliation for the gas agreement signed with Russia.
  • 2007: in Venezuela, the new executive cabinet is sworn in.
  • 2007: in Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega takes office for the second time.
  • 2007: the Pehuensat-1 educational satellite is launched in Argentina.
  • 2008: in Colombia, in Operation Emmanuel, the FARC frees Clara Rojas and Consuelo González de Perdomo.
  • 2010: the 2010 French Guiana autonomic referendum is held, the autonomic proposal being defeated.
  • 2009: in Zurich (Switzerland), Lionel Messi wins his first Ballon d’Or, over Andrés Iniesta and Xavi Hernández.
  • 2012: in Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega takes office for the third time.
  • 2013: in Venezuela, President Hugo Chávez – who was reelected on October 7, 2012 – cannot take office for his second term due to health complications.
  • 2013: More than 100 people are killed and 270 injured in a series of attacks in Pakistan.
  • 2016: in Barcelona, ​​Carles Puigdemont is appointed as the 130th president of the Generalitat of Catalonia.

Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

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Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

January 10 – A Day as Today – Births

  • 1209: Möngke Khan, fourth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire. Grandson of Genghis Khan (d. 1259)
  • 1392: Johanna van Polanen, Dutch nobleman (d. 1445).
  • 1480: Margaret of Austria, Austrian aristocrat, governor of the Netherlands (d. 1530).
  • 1538: Luis de Nassau, Dutch general (d. 1574).
  • 1573: Simon Marius, German astronomer (d. 1624).
  • 1607: Isaac Jogues, French Jesuit missionary (d. 1646).
  • 1628: George Villiers, British aristocrat and politician (d. 1687).
  • 1644: Louis François de Boufflers, French general (d. 1711).
  • 1715: Christian August Crusius, German philosopher and theologian (d. 1775).
  • 1729: Lazzaro Spallanzani, Italian biologist (d. 1799).
  • 1738: Ethan Allen, American military man (d. 1789)).
  • 1747: Abraham Louis Breguet, Swiss physicist, watchmaker and businessman (d. 1823).
  • 1748: Antonio Carnicero, Spanish painter (d. 1814).
  • 1769: Michel Ney, French Marshal (d. 1815).
  • 1797: Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, German writer and poet (d. 1848).
  • 1813: August Fendler, German botanist (d. 1885).
  • 1815: John Alexander Macdonald, Canadian politician, 1st Prime Minister (d. 1891).
  • 1834: Lord Acton, British historian (d. 1902).
  • 1836: Charles Ingalls (d. 1902), father of the American novelist Laura Ingalls.
  • 1849: Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, Spanish pedagogue and freethinker (d. 1909).
  • 1854: Concepción de Estevarena, Spanish poet.
  • 1854: Ramón Corral, Mexican politician (d. 1912).
  • 1858: Heinrich Zille, German cartoonist and photographer (d. 1929).
  • 1880: Manuel Azaña, politician, writer and president of the Second Spanish Republic (d. 1940).
  • 1880: Grock, clown and Swiss circus artist (d. 1959).
  • 1883: Alekséi Tolstoy (Comrade Count), Russian science fiction writer (d. 1945).
  • 1893: Vicente Huidobro, Chilean poet (d. 1948).
  • 1897: Gonzalo N. Santos, Mexican military, governor of San Luis Potosí between 1943 and 1949.
  • 1898: Katherine Blodgett, American physicist and chemical engineer (d. 1979).
  • 1899: Lya De Putti, Hungarian actress (d. 1931).
  • 1902: Gonzalo Barrios, Venezuelan politician (f. 1993).
  • 1902: Jorge Saelzer, Chilean politician (d. 1984).
  • 1903: Barbara Hepworth, British sculptor (d. 1975).
  • 1904: Ray Bolger, American actor, singer and dancer (d. 1987).
  • 1908: Paul Henreid, Austro-Hungarian actor (d. 1992).
  • 1908: Bernard Lee, British actor (d. 1981).
  • 1911: Carlos Bernadotte, Swedish aristocrat (d. 2003).
  • 1912: Maria Mandel, German military, Nazi leader in the Auschwitz concentration camp (d. 1948).
  • 1913: José Manuel Blecua, Spanish philologist (f. 2003).
  • 1913: Gustáv Husák, Czechoslovak President (d. 1991).
  • 1913: Mehmet Shehu, Albanian politician (d. 1981).
  • 1915: Dean Dixon, American conductor and musician (d. 1976).
  • 1916: Sune Karl Bergström, Swedish scientist (d. 2004).
  • 1916: Dante Emiliozzi, Argentine motor racing driver (d. 1989).
  • 1917: Hilde Krahl, Austrian actress (d. 1999).
  • 1917: Jerry Wexler, American music producer.
  • 1918: Arthur Chung, Guyanese politician, president between 1970 and 1980.
  • 1920: Roberto Marcelo Levingston, Argentine military man, dictator between 1970 and 1971 (d. 2015).
  • 1921: Rodger Ward, American Formula 1 driver (d. 2004).
  • 1922: Juan Antonio Villacañas, Spanish poet (d. 2001).
  • 1924: Eduardo Chillida, Spanish sculptor (f. 2002).
  • 1925: Raúl Astor, Argentine actor, producer, director and broadcaster (d. 1995).
  • 1925: Max Roach, American jazz composer and drummer (d. 2007).
  • 1926: Jesús Loroño, Spanish cyclist (d. 1998).
  • 1927: Otto Stich, Swiss politician (d. 2012).
  • 1928: Manuel Alcántara, Spanish writer (f. 2019).
  • 1928: Carlos Büsser, Argentine military and criminal (d. 2012).
  • 1928: Gonzalo Sobejano, Spanish teacher and poet.
  • 1930: Paco Urondo, Argentine writer, politician and revolutionary (d. 1976).
  • 1930: Roy E. Disney, executive of The Walt Disney Company (d. 2009)
  • 1931: Peter Barnes, British writer (d. 2004).
  • 1931: Gonzalo Payo Subiza, Spanish politician, geographer, surveyor and mathematician (f. 2002).
  • 1932: Louis Rwagasore, nationalist leader and Prime Minister of Burundi (d. 1961).
  • 1934: Leonid Kravchuk, Ukrainian politician, president of Ukraine between 1991 and 1995.
  • 1935: Sherrill Milnes, American baritone.
  • 1936: Stephen Ambrose, American historian (d. 2002).
  • 1936: Robert Woodrow Wilson, American astronomer and physicist, won 1978 Nobel Prize in Physics.
  • 1938: Donald Knuth, American mathematician.
  • 1939: Scott McKenzie, American singer (d. 2012).
  • 1939: Sal Mineo, American actor (d. 1976).
  • 1939: Edmundo Pérez Yoma, Chilean politician.
  • 1940: Yesudas, Hindu musician.
  • 1940: Javier Ruán, first Mexican actor and screenwriter.
  • 1942: Walter Hill, American filmmaker.
  • 1944: Frank Sinatra Jr., American singer (d. 2016).
  • 1945: Rod Stewart, Scottish singer and musician.
  • 1945: Gunther von Hagens, German sculptor and scientist.
  • 1946: Aynsley Dunbar, British musician.
  • 1947: Afeni Shakur, American activist, member of the Black Panthers and mother of rapper Tupac Shakur.
  • 1948: Teresa Graves, American singer and actress (f. 2002).
  • 1948: Mischa Maisky, Israeli cellist of Latvian origin.
  • 1948: Guillermo Montesinos, Spanish actor.
  • 1948: Bernard Thévenet, French cyclist.
  • 1949: George Foreman, American boxer.
  • 1950: Roy Blunt, American politician.
  • 1950: Raúl Zurita, Chilean poet.
  • 1951: Gónzalo Gálvan Castillo, Mexican bishop.
  • 1951: Ronni Moffitt, American activist, assassinated during the Pinochet dictatorship along with Orlando Letelier (d. 1976).
  • 1952: Daniel Solsona, Spanish footballer.
  • 1953: Pat Benatar, American singer.
  • 1953: Blanca Guerra, Mexican film, theater and television actress.
  • 1953: Bobby Rahal, driver and owner of American motorsport team.
  • 1953: Dennis Cooper, American writer.
  • 1955: Michael Schenker, German guitarist, of the band Scorpions.
  • 1955: Yasmina Khadra, Algerian writer.
  • 1956: Antonio Muñoz Molina, Spanish writer.
  • 1958 – Eddie Cheever, American racing driver.
  • 1960: Gurinder Chadha, British filmmaker of Indian origin.
  • 1960: Samira Saïd, Moroccan singer.
  • 1960: Brian Cowen, head of the Irish government.
  • 1961: Osvaldo Gross, pastry chef, teacher, graduate in geochemistry and Argentine television host.
  • 1962: Ronnie Arias, Argentine host, television presenter and journalist.
  • 1965: Butch Hartman, American animator.
  • 1967: Johan Laats, Belgian judoka.
  • 1970: Eduardo Massa Alcántara “Cabito”, Argentine journalist and comedian.
  • 1971: Ana Bárbara, Mexican grupera singer.
  • 1972: Brian Lawler, American professional wrestler.
  • 1973: Ryan Drummond, American voice actor.
  • 1973: Lorena Álvarez, Mexican actress.
  • 1973: Iker Jiménez, Spanish journalist.
  • 1973: Glenn Robinson, American basketball player.
  • 1973: Félix Trinidad, Puerto Rican boxer.
  • 1974: Hrithik Roshan, Indian actor.
  • 1975: Raúl Fernández de Pablo, Spanish actor.
  • 1976: David Muñoz, Spanish singer, of the band Estopa.
  • 1979: Luís Eduardo Schmidt, Brazilian soccer player.
  • 1980: Nelson Cuevas, Paraguayan soccer player.
  • 1980: Obie Bermúdez, Puerto Rican singer and songwriter.
  • 1980: Sarah Shahi, American actress and model.
  • 1981: Jared Kushner, American businessman.
  • 1982: Ana Layevska, Russian-Mexican actress.
  • 1984: Inaxio Perurena, Spanish athlete.
  • 1985: Martiño Rivas, Spanish actor.
  • 1986: Saleisha Stowers, American model.
  • 1989: Zuria Vega, Mexican actress.
  • 1989: Emily Meade, American actress.

Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

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Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

January 10 – A Day as Today – Deaths

  • 1 a. C .: Herod the Great, Jewish King (b. 74 BC).
  • 314: Melquíades, Catholic Pope between 311 and 314 (n.?).
  • 417: John II of Jerusalem, Christian bishop (n.319).
  • 681: Agathon, Pope and Sicilian Saint (n. 577).
  • 976: John I Tzimisces, Byzantine emperor (b. 925).
  • 987: Pedro Orseolo, Doge of Venice (b. 928).
  • 1094: Al-Mustansir Billah, Egyptian caliph (b. 1029).
  • 1276: Gregory X, pope and Italian saint (b. 1276).
  • 1662: Honorato II, Monegasque aristocrat (b. 1597).
  • 1706: Luisa Roldán, Spanish sculptor (b.1652).
  • 1754: Edward Cave, British writer and publisher (b. 1691).
  • 1778: Carlos Linnaeus, Swedish botanist (b.1707).
  • 1794: Georg Forster, German naturalist and ethnologist (b. 1754).
  • 1811: Marie-Joseph Chénier, French poet (b. 1764).
  • 1824: Victor Emmanuel I, Italian King (b. 1759).
  • 1829: Dean Funes (Gregorio Funes), Argentine priest, journalist and politician (b. 1749).
  • 1833: Adrien-Marie Legendre, French mathematician (b. 1752).
  • 1855: Mary Russell Mitford, British writer and playwright (b. 1787).
  • 1859 – James Esdaile, British physician, father of hypnotic anesthesia (b.1808).
  • 1860: Ezequiel Zamora, Venezuelan politician, leader of the liberals in the Federal War (b. 1817).
  • 1862 – Samuel Colt, American inventor and businessman (b. 1814).
  • 1883: Fray Mamerto Esquiú, Argentine priest and politician (b. 1826).
  • 1889: Antonio Bachiller y Morales, Cuban historian, professor and bibliographer (b. 1812).
  • 1895: Benjamin Godard, French composer (b. 1849).
  • 1895: Eli Whitney Blake Jr., American chemist, physicist and academic (b. 1836).
  • 1901: Sir James Dickson, Australian politician and ruler (b. 1832).
  • 1904: Jean-Léon Gérôme, French painter and sculptor (b. 1824).
  • 1917 – Buffalo Bill, American showman (b.1845).
  • 1925: António Sardinha, Portuguese poet, essayist and politician (b. 1888).
  • 1929: Julio Antonio Mella, Cuban revolutionary (b.1903).
  • 1934: Marinus van der Lubbe, Dutch bricklayer and communist activist (b.1909).
  • 1935 – Teddy Flack, Australian athlete (b.1873).
  • 1941 – Frank Bridge, British composer (b.1879).
  • 1941: Victorino Márquez Bustillos, Venezuelan president (b. 1858).
  • 1951: Sinclair Lewis, American writer, Nobel Prize for Literature in 1930 (b. 1885).
  • 1951: Yoshio Nishina, Japanese physicist (b.1890).
  • 1955: David Blair, British sailor (b.1874)
  • 1957: Gabriela Mistral, Chilean poet, Nobel Prize for Literature in 1945 (b. 1889).
  • 1959: Şükrü Kaya, Turkish jurist and politician (b. 1883).
  • 1961: Dashiell Hammett, American writer (b. 1894).
  • 1970: Mario Fortunato, Argentine soccer player and coach (b.1904).
  • 1971: Gabrielle Cocó Chanel, French designer (b. 1883).
  • 1971: Carlos García Cuervas, Argentine military man (b. 1915).
  • 1973: Claudio de la Torre, Spanish novelist, poet, playwright and filmmaker (b. 1895).
  • 1976: Alfredo Fortabat, Argentine businessman (b. 1894).
  • 1976: Howlin ‘Wolf, American blues musician (b.1910).
  • 1976: Stith Thompson, American folklorist (b. 1885).
  • 1978: Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal, Nicaraguan journalist (b.1924).
  • 1981: Richard Boone, American actor (b.1917).
  • 1983: Alexandre Cirici, Spanish writer (b. 1914).
  • 1984: Souvanna Phouma, Laotian prince and prime minister (b.1901).
  • 1984: Luis Rius, Spanish writer (b.1930).
  • 1985: José Luis Salinas, Argentine illustrator (b.1908).
  • 1986: Jaroslav Seifert, Czechoslovak writer, Nobel Prize for Literature in 1984 (b.1901).
  • 1989: Herbert Morrison, American radio journalist (b.1905).
  • 1995: Gaby, Spanish clown (b.1920).
  • 1995: Xavier Soto, Spanish politician (b.1961).
  • 1996: Juan González Moreno, Spanish sculptor (b. 1908).
  • 1997: Alexander Robert Todd, Scottish chemist, 1957 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry (b.1907).
  • 1998: Mario Santiago Papasquiaro, Mexican poet (b. 1953).
  • 1999: Mario Grasso, Argentine filmmaker and director (b. 1938).
  • 2003: Ramón Sabatés i Massanell, Spanish cartoonist (b.1915).
  • 2007: Jane Bolin, first black American judge (b.1908).
  • 2007: Richard Horne, British children’s book writer (b. 1960).
  • 2007: Carlo Ponti, Italian film producer (b.1912).
  • 2007: Sixto Rojas, Paraguayan soccer player (b.1982).
  • 2007: Bradford Washburn, American explorer (b.1910).
  • 2008: Andrés Henestrosa, Mexican writer, politician and historian (b.1906).
  • 2008: Maila Vampira Nurmi, Finnish actress (b.1921).
  • 2010: Moisés Saba, Mexican businessman (b.1963).
  • 2011: Juanito Navarro, Spanish actor (b.1924).
  • 2011: María Elena Walsh, Argentine poet, writer, musician, singer-songwriter, playwright and composer (b.1930).
  • 2011: Margaret Whiting, American singer (b.1924).
  • 2012: Manuel Suárez, Peruvian soccer player (b.1940).
  • 2012: Guevork Vartanián, spy and hero of the Soviet Union during World War II (b.1924).
  • 2014: Ian Redford (53), British footballer (b.1960).
  • 2015: Jorgelina Aranda (72), actress, model and Argentine star (b.1942).
  • 2015: Junior Malanda (20), Belgian footballer for Vfl Wolfsburg (b.1994).
  • 2016: David Bowie, British musician, composer, arranger, music producer and actor (b.1947).
  • 2016: Gerardo Unzueta Lorenzana, Mexican social leader and essayist (b.1925).
  • 2016: Wim Bleijenberg, Dutch footballer and coach (b.1930).
  • 2017ː Clare Hollingworth, British journalist and war correspondent (b.1911).
  • 2020: Qabus bin Said Al Said, Sultan of Oman between 1970 and 2020 (b.1940).

What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

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What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

January 10 – A Day as Today – Celebrations

  • Benin: Traditional Vodun Day.
  • Bolivia: Ajira Festival (Aymara).

Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

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Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

January 10 – A Day as Today – Catholic Santoral

  • Saint Nicanor, deacon.
  • Saint Melquiades, Pope (314).
  • Saint Pablo de la Tebaida, hermit (4th century).
  • Saint Gregory of Nisa, bishop (before 400).
  • Saint John of Jerusalem, Bishop (417).
  • Saint Petronius of Die, bishop (after 463).
  • Saint Martian of Constantinople, priest (471).
  • Saint Valerius of Limoges (6th century).
  • Saint Domitian of Melitene, Bishop (c. 602).
  • Saint Agathon, pope (681).
  • Saint Archon de Viviers, Bishop (c. 740-745).
  • Saint Pedro Urseolo (c. 987/988).
  • Blessed Benincasa de Cava, abbot (1194).
  • Saint William of Bourges, bishop (1209).
  • Blessed Gonzalo de Amarante, priest of Braga (c. 1259).
  • Blessed Gregory X, Pope (1276).
  • Blessed Egidio di Bello (Bernardino), religious of the Order of Friars Minor (1518).
  • Blessed Ana de los Ángeles Monteagudo, virgin of the Order of Preachers (1686).
  • Blessed Frances de Sales Aviat (Leonia), virgin (1914).
  • Blessed María Dolores Rodríguez Sopeña, virgin (1918).

What Sign of the Zodiac Rules those Born “A Day as Today”?

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January 10 – A Day as Today – Zodiac sign

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