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Gregorian calendar 1796
MDCCXCVI
French Republican calendar 4–5
Ab urbe condita 2549
Armenian calendar 1245
ԹՎ ՌՄԽԵ
Assyrian calendar 6546
Balinese saka calendar 1717–1718
Bengali calendar 1203
Berber calendar 2746
British Regnal year 36  Geo. 3   37  Geo. 3
Buddhist calendar 2340
Burmese calendar 1158
Byzantine calendar 7304–7305
Chinese calendar 乙卯年 (Wood  Rabbit)
4493 or 4286
     to 
丙辰年 (Fire  Dragon)
4494 or 4287
Coptic calendar 1512–1513
Discordian calendar 2962
Ethiopian calendar 1788–1789
Hebrew calendar 5556–5557
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat 1852–1853
 - Shaka Samvat 1717–1718
 - Kali Yuga 4896–4897
Holocene calendar 11796
Igbo calendar 796–797
Iranian calendar 1174–1175
Islamic calendar 1210–1211
Japanese calendar Kansei 8
(寛政8年)
Javanese calendar 1722–1723
Julian calendar Gregorian minus 11 days
Korean calendar 4129
Minguo calendar 116 before ROC
民前116年
Nanakshahi calendar 328
Thai solar calendar 2338–2339
Tibetan calendar 阴木兔年
(female Wood-Rabbit)
1922 or 1541 or 769
     to 
阳火龙年
(male Fire-Dragon)
1923 or 1542 or 770
May 10: Battle of Lodi, (Musee de la Revolution francaise). Bataille du pont de Lodi, Musee de la Revolution francaise.jpg
May 10: Battle of Lodi, (Musée de la Révolution française).

1796 (MDCCXCVI) was a leap year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar  and a leap year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar, the 1796th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 796th year of the 2nd millennium, the 96th year of the 18th century, and the 7th year of the 1790s decade. As of the start of 1796, the Gregorian calendar was 11days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923.

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November 17: Battle of Arcole

Date unknown

Births

Johann Baptist Streicher born 3 January Johann Baptist Streicher.jpg
Johann Baptist Streicher born 3 January
Julia Rush Cutler Ward born 5 January Julia Rush Cutler Ward.jpg
Julia Rush Cutler Ward born 5 January
Karl Ernst Claus born 23 January ClausKE.jpg
Karl Ernst Claus born 23 January
Jean Reboul born 23 January Reboul, Jean.jpg
Jean Reboul born 23 January
Nathaniel Jocelyn born 31 January Nathaniel Jocelyn.jpg
Nathaniel Jocelyn born 31 January
Erasmus Engert born 4 February 1840 Engert Zlamal-Kinder anagoria.JPG
Erasmus Engert born 4 February
Leon Talabot born 5 February Leon TALABOT.JPG
Léon Talabot born 5 February
John Stevens Henslow born 6 February John Stevens Henslow.jpg
John Stevens Henslow born 6 February
Marie-Francoise Perroton born 7 February Marie-Francoise Perroton.jpg
Marie-Françoise Perroton born 7 February
Valentin Carderera born 14 February Valentin Carderera.jpg
Valentín Carderera born 14 February
Pyotr Anjou born 15 February Pjotr F. Anjou Adm.jpg
Pyotr Anjou born 15 February
Frederick William Beechey born 17 February Frederick William Beechey.jpg
Frederick William Beechey born 17 February
Gabriel Delafosse born 24 February Delafosse.gif
Gabriel Delafosse born 24 February
Carl Axel Gottlund born 24 February C. A. Gottlund.jpg
Carl Axel Gottlund born 24 February
Louis-Tancrede Bouthillier born 1 March Louis-Tancrede Bouthillier.jpg
Louis-Tancrède Bouthillier born 1 March
Orra White Hitchcock born 8 March Orra White Hitchcock, ca. 1860.jpg
Orra White Hitchcock born 8 March
Peter Johnson Gulick born 12 March Peter Johnson Gulick.jpg
Peter Johnson Gulick born 12 March
Georgiana Astley born 16 March Georgiana Carolina Dashwood (1796-1835), Lady Hastings.jpg
Georgiana Astley born 16 March
Jakob Steiner born 18 March JakobSteiner.jpg
Jakob Steiner born 18 March
Raymond Bonheur born 20 March Raymond Bonheur self portrait.jpg
Raymond Bonheur born 20 March
Laurent-Joseph-Marius Imbert born 23 March Saint Laurent-Marie-Joseph Imbert, M.E.P. (2).jpg
Laurent-Joseph-Marius Imbert born 23 March
Zulma Carraud born 24 March Zulma Carraud.jpg
Zulma Carraud born 24 March
Richard Biddle born 25 March Richard Biddle (Pennsylvania Congressman).jpg
Richard Biddle born 25 March
Jean-Claude Bonnefond born 27 March CORNU Sebastien-Melchior Jean-Claude Bonnefond.jpg
Jean-Claude Bonnefond born 27 March
Elijah Iles born 28 March Elijah Iles.jpg
Elijah Iles born 28 March
Theodor Bruggemann born 31 March Theodor Bruggemann (Beamter).jpg
Theodor Brüggemann born 31 March
Date Chikamune born 9 April Date Chikamune.jpg
Date Chikamune born 9 April
Stanislaw Jachowicz born 17 April Stanislaw Jachowicz.PNG
Stanisław Jachowicz born 17 April
Princess Maria Ferdinanda of Saxony born 27 April Maria Ferdinanda of Saxony, grand duchess of Tuscany.JPG
Princess Maria Ferdinanda of Saxony born 27 April
Walter Henry Medhurst born 29 April Walter Medhurst.jpeg
Walter Henry Medhurst born 29 April
Junius Brutus Booth born 1 May JuniusBrutusBooth.jpeg
Junius Brutus Booth born 1 May
Arabella Sullivan born 1 May Miss Arabella Jane Wilmot.jpg
Arabella Sullivan born 1 May
Colm de Bhailis born 2 May Colm de Bhailis.png
Colm de Bhailís born 2 May
William H. Prescott born 4 May William Hickling Prescott by Southworth & Hawes, c1850-9-crop.jpg
William H. Prescott born 4 May
Johann Baptist Isenring born 12 May JB Isenring - Selbstbildnis Papierkopie e Daguerreotypie (FPh53).jpg
Johann Baptist Isenring born 12 May
Vince Stingl born 23 May Vincze Ferencz Stingl.jpg
Vince Stingl born 23 May
Nicolas Leonard Sadi Carnot born 1 June Sadi Carnot.jpeg
Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot born 1 June
Eugenie Foa born 10 June Eugenie Foa (1796-1852).png
Eugénie Foa born 10 June
Ang Duong born 12 June Bust of King Ang Duong.jpg
Ang Duong born 12 June
Mary Grimstone born 12 June Mary Grimstone.jpg
Mary Grimstone born 12 June
Nikolai Brashman born 14 June Nikolai Dmitrievich Brashman.jpg
Nikolai Brashman born 14 June
Mathilda d'Orozco born 14 June Mathilda d'Orozco oljemalning.jpg
Mathilda d'Orozco born 14 June
Carlotta Marchionni born 14 June Giuseppe Bezzuoli Carlotta Marchionni.jpg
Carlotta Marchionni born 14 June
Rafael Barisic born 24 June Rafael Barisic.jpg
Rafael Barišić born 24 June
Ernst Mayer born 24 June ErnstMayer.jpg
Ernst Mayer born 24 June
Caroline Amalie of Augustenburg born 28 June Carolineamaliedenmark.jpg
Caroline Amalie of Augustenburg born 28 June
Michael Thonet born 2 July Michael Thonet.jpg
Michael Thonet born 2 July
Maria Martin born 6 July Maria-Martin.jpg
Maria Martin born 6 July
Maria Josefa Garcia Granados born 10 July Josefagarciagranados.jpg
María Josefa García Granados born 10 July
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot born 16 July Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot - autoportrait.jpg
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot born 16 July
Franz Berwald born 23 July Franz Berwald Painting.jpg
Franz Berwald born 23 July
Lizinska de Mirbel born 26 July ChampmartinMadame deMirbel.jpg
Lizinska de Mirbel born 26 July
Eliza Henderson Boardman Otis born 27 July Eliza Henderson Boardman Otis, 1796-1873.jpg
Eliza Henderson Boardman Otis born 27 July
Pavel Stroyev born 27 July Stroev Pavel.jpg
Pavel Stroyev born 27 July
Pakubuwono VII born 28 July Pakoe Boewono VII van Soerakarta.jpg
Pakubuwono VII born 28 July
Walter Hunt born 29 July Walter Hunt.jpg
Walter Hunt born 29 July
Mary Euphrasia Pelletier born 31 July Marie-Euphrasie Pelletier.jpg
Mary Euphrasia Pelletier born 31 July
Michael Banim born 5 August Portrait of Michael Banim P1817.jpg
Michael Banim born 5 August
John Torrey born 15 August John Torrey.jpg
John Torrey born 15 August
Agnes Strickland born 19 August Agnes Strickland by John Hayes.jpg
Agnes Strickland born 19 August
Dhian Singh born 22 August Raja Dhian Singh, Sikh school, India, c. mid 1800s AD, opaque watercolor and gold on paper - Tokyo National Museum - Tokyo, Japan - DSC08818.jpg
Dhian Singh born 22 August
James Lick born 25 August James Lick bust.jpg
James Lick born 25 August
Joanna Quiner born 27 August Quiner by Frothingham.jpg
Joanna Quiner born 27 August
Sophia Smith (Smith College) born 27 August Sophia Smith late 1860s.jpg
Sophia Smith (Smith College) born 27 August
William Hiley Bathurst born 28 August Bathurst WH.jpg
William Hiley Bathurst born 28 August
James Apjohn born 1 September James Apjohn.jpg
James Apjohn born 1 September
Peter Fendi born 4 September Peter Fendi, Selbstportrat.jpg
Peter Fendi born 4 September
Sarah Preston Hale born 5 September Mrs. Nathan Hale (Sarah Preston Everett).jpg
Sarah Preston Hale born 5 September
Uriel Crocker born 12 September UrielCrocker.jpg
Uriel Crocker born 12 September
Hartley Coleridge born 19 September Hartley Coleridge 1.jpg
Hartley Coleridge born 19 September
Jonathan Smith Green born 29 September Jonathan Smith Green.jpg
Jonathan Smith Green born 29 September
Princess Frederica of Prussia, Duchess of Anhalt-Dessau born 30 September Bildnis der Prinzessin Friederike Herzogin von Sachsen-Anhalt in grunem Samtkleid mit hermelinbesetztem Umhang.jpg
Princess Frederica of Prussia, Duchess of Anhalt-Dessau born 30 September
Louise Swanton Belloc born 1 October Louise Swanton Belloc.jpg
Louise Swanton Belloc born 1 October
Cornelia Frances Jefferson born 1 October The autobiography of Joseph Jefferson (1890) (14781435302).jpg
Cornelia Frances Jefferson born 1 October
Thomas T. Fauntleroy (soldier) born 6 October Thomas Turner Fauntleroy, 1795-1883, head portrait, facing left LCCN2006679094.jpg
Thomas T. Fauntleroy (soldier) born 6 October
Anders Retzius born 13 October Anders Retzius.jpg
Anders Retzius born 13 October
Date Narimune born 15 October Date Narimune.jpg
Date Narimune born 15 October
Leopold Kupelwieser born 17 October Leopold Kupelwieser, self-portrait.jpg
Leopold Kupelwieser born 17 October
Remexido born 19 October Litografia colorida do Remexido, sec. XIX.png
Remexido born 19 October
Gottfried Osann born 26 October Gottfried Osann 1823.png
Gottfried Osann born 26 October
Ottilie von Goethe born 31 October Ottilie von Goethe.jpg
Ottilie von Goethe born 31 October
Phan Thanh Gian born 11 November Phan Thanh Gian.jpg
Phan Thanh Giản born 11 November
Friederike Funk born 14 November FriederikeFunk.jpg
Friederike Funk born 14 November
Henry Dangar born 18 November Henry Dangar (1796 - 1861).JPG
Henry Dangar born 18 November
Stephan Ludwig Roth born 24 November Stephan Ludwig Roth.jpg
Stephan Ludwig Roth born 24 November
Andreas von Ettingshausen born 25 November Andreas von Ettingshausen.jpg
Andreas von Ettingshausen born 25 November
Abdollah Mirza Qajar born 25 November Abdullah Mirza Dara.jpg
Abdollah Mirza Qajar born 25 November
Emilie Zumsteeg born 9 December Emilie Zumsteeg, Portrat.jpg
Emilie Zumsteeg born 9 December
George Storrs born 13 December GeorgeStorrs.jpg
George Storrs born 13 December
Lilburn Boggs born 14 December Lilburn-Boggs.jpg
Lilburn Boggs born 14 December
Fernan Caballero born 25 December Fernan Caballero.jpg
Fernán Caballero born 25 December
Hugh Lee Pattinson born 25 December Hugh Lee Pattinson (1796-1858).jpg
Hugh Lee Pattinson born 25 December
Johann Christian Poggendorff born 29 December Johann Christian Poggendorff.jpg
Johann Christian Poggendorff born 29 December

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May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Date unknown

Deaths

January–March

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Samuel Huntington
William Chambers (architect) Sir William Chambers.jpg
William Chambers (architect)

April–June

Ulrika Pasch Ulrica pasch.jpg
Ulrika Pasch
George Campbell Portrait of George Campbell.jpg
George Campbell
David Rittenhouse Charles Willson Peale - David Rittenhouse - Google Art Project.jpg
David Rittenhouse
Abraham Yates Jr. Abraham Yates.jpg
Abraham Yates Jr.

July–September

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Robert Burns

October–December

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Thomas Reid
Archibald Montgomerie, 11th Earl of Eglinton 11thEarlOfEglinton.jpg
Archibald Montgomerie, 11th Earl of Eglinton

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