November 17 is the 321st day of the Gregorian Calendar ( 322nd in leap years), thus 44 days remain until the end of the year.
- 3.1 Before the 20th century
- 3.2 20th century
- 3.3 21st century
Politics and World Affairs
- 0474: Due to the unexpected death of his son Leo II Zenon, which has been filed on 9 February of the same year as co-emperor, becomes the sole ruler of the Eastern Roman Empire.
- 1225: Adolf IV of Holstein In a peace treaty after the Battle of Mölln receives fallen into captivity Danish Regent Albrecht II of Orlamünde the County of Holstein back, which had been removed Adolf's father by the Danes.
- 1292: John Balliol becomes King of Scotland after the English King Edward I has it selected from 13 candidates to the Scottish throne.
- 1494: The city of Florence is occupied by a French army of Charles VIII at the top.
- 1558: With the death of Mary Tudor's an attempt at a Catholic restoration in England ends. The Elizabethan era begins.
- 1796: In the Battle of Arcole in the First Coalition War the French victory under Napoleon Bonaparte over the Austrians under Joseph Alvinczy of Berberek.
- 1796: On the death of his mother Catherine the Great to her son Paul explains to the new Russian Tsar.
Science and Technology
Minor accidents are listed in the sub- items of disaster.
Entries of Athletics world records are located under the respective discipline under Athletics.
Before the 19th century
- 0009: Vespasian, Roman emperor
- 1293: Philip V, King of France
- 1503 Agnolo Bronzino, Italian painter
- 1575: Frederick Baldwin, Lutheran theologian
- 1728: Nicholas Ambrosi, Italian sculptor
- 1729: God Help Traugott Zachariae, German Protestant theologian
- 1731: Andreas Nitsche, Sorbian traveler and scholar
- 1747 Carsten Anker, Norwegian industrialist and diplomat
- 1749 Nicolas Appert, a French inventor
- 1749: Johann Erich Biester, German philosopher
- 1752: Caspar Voght, German businessman and social reformer
- 1755: ., Louis XVIII, king of France
- 1761: Albert Friedrich Bach, German local politician
- 1767: Asa Adgate, American lawyer and politician
- 1771: Leopold Ackermann, Austrian theologian
- 1788: Elisa Davidia Margarethe von Ahlefeldt, German - Danish noblewoman
- 1790: August Ferdinand Möbius, German mathematician
- 1790: João Carlos de Saldanha Oliveira e Daun, Portuguese statesman and general
Before the 20th century
- 0375: Valentinian I, Western Roman Emperor
- 0474: Leo II, East Roman Emperor
- 0498: Anastasius II, Pope
- 0641: Jomei, Emperor of Japan
- 1302: Gertrude of Helfta, nun and mystic
- 1481: Dr. Martin Mair, Bavarian humanist and statesman
- 1494: Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, the Italian humanist
- 1525: Eleanor of Portugal, Queen of Portugal
- 1528: Jacob Wimpheling, German writer
- 1532: Tullio Lombardo, Italian sculptor and architect of the Early Renaissance
Reginald Pole († 1558 )
Gottfried Heinrich zu Pappenheim († 1632)
Catherine II the Great († 1796)
- 2002: Abba Eban, Israeli politician and publicist
- 2003: Zofia Rysiówna, Polish actress
- 2004: Mikael Ljungberg, Swedish wrestler
- 2004: Alexander Ragulin, Russian ice hockey player
- 2006: Ruth Brown, American rhythm and blues singer
- 2006: Jean Mansour, Lebanese Archbishop
- 2006: Ferenc Puskás, Hungarian football player
- 2007: Hans Heigert, German chief editor, television presenter and journalist
- 2008: Guy Peellaert, a Belgian illustrator and comic book artist
- 2008: Jakob Schulze-Rohr, German architect and urban planner
- 2009: John Craxton, British Painter
- 2009: Josine van Dalsum, Dutch actress and screenwriter
- 2009: Egon L. Mrs. Berger, German writer and music producer
- 2010: Wilhelm Kaiser - Lindemann, German composer and horn player
- 2013: Syd Field, American non-fiction author
- 2013: Doris Lessing, British writer
Holidays and observances
- Religious observances St. Gertrude of Helfta, German mystic, voice artist and theologian ( Anglican, Catholic ( only in Germany ), Orthodox)
- St. Gregory the Wonderworker, Asia Minor bishop and theologian (Catholic, Orthodox)
- Jakob Böhme, German mystic and philosopher ( Protestant)
- David Zeisberger, Moravian -American missionary ( Protestant)
- St. Fergus, hermit and bishop ( Catholic)
- St. Gregory of Tours, Frankish historian, hagiographer and Bishop ( Catholic)
- St. Munditia, Roman martyr and patron saint ( Catholic)
- Name Days Gerda, Gregor, Hiltrud, Victoria
- More information for the day International Students ' Day ( International Students' Council) (1941 )
More entries contains the list of commemorative and action days.
- Day in November