|القرون:||القرن 18 - القرن 19 - القرن 20|
|العقود:||عقد 1770 عقد 1780 عقد 1790 - عقد 1800 - عقد 1810 عقد 1820 عقد 1830|
|السنوات:||1802 1803 1804 - 1805 - 1806 1807 1808|
|1805 في موضوعات:|
|الآثار – العمارة – الفن – الأدب (الشعر) – الموسيقى|
|مصر – سوريا - إيران – الصين - فرنسا – ألمانيا – الدولة العثمانية – إيطاليا - اسبانيا - المغرب– روسيا - اليابان – البرازيل - الهند - المملكة المتحدة – الولايات المتحدة – إندونسيا|
|السكك الحديدية – العلوم – الرياضة|
|الدول ذات السيادة – زعماء الدول – حكام الأقاليم – الزعماء الدينيون|
|تصنيفا المواليد والوفيات|
|المواليد – الوفيات|
|تصنيفا التأسيسات والانحلالات|
|التأسيسات – الانحلالات|
|آب أوربه كونديتا||2558|
|التقويم البهائي||−39 – −38|
|سنة العهد البريطاني||45 Geo. 3 – 46 Geo. 3|
|التقويم الصيني||甲子年 (الخشب الفأر)|
4501 أو 4441
— إلى —
乙丑年 (الخشب الثور)
4502 أو 4442
|- ڤيكرام سامڤات||1861–1862|
|- شاكا سامڤات||1727–1728|
|- كالي يوگا||4906–4907|
|التقويم الياباني||Bunka 2|
|التقويم اليوليوسي||الگريگوري ناقص 12 يوم|
|تقويم مينگوو||107 قبل جمهورية الصين|
|التقويم الشمسي التايلندي||2348|
سنة 1805 (MDCCCV) كانت سنة بسيطة تبدأ يوم الثلاثاء (الرابط يعرض التقويم كاملاً) التقويم الگريگوري، السنة 1805 بعد الميلاد (م)، السنة 805 في الألفية 2، السنة الخامس في القرن 19، والسنة السادس في عقد 1800 بين 1583 و 1929 ومع فارق 1805 is 12 يوم عن التقويم اليوليوسي، والذين ظلوا مستخدمين حتى التحول الكامل إلى التقويم الگريگوري في 1929. After thirteen years the First French Empire abolished the French Republican Calendar in favour of the Gregorian calendar.
- January 11 – The Michigan Territory is created.
- February 15 – The Harmony Society is officially formed as a Christian community in Harmony, Pennsylvania.
- March 1 – Justice Samuel Chase is acquitted of impeachment charges, by the United States Senate.
- March 4 – Thomas Jefferson is sworn in for a second term, as President of the United States.
- March 5 – The New Brunswick Legislature passes a bill to advance literacy in the province, which eventually leads to the creation of public education in what is now Canada.
- April 7 – Beethoven's Symphony No. 3, Eroica, has its public premiere at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna under his baton.
- April 27 – Battle of Derne: United States Marines and Berbers attack the Tripolitan city of Derna (the Shores of Tripoli).
- April 29 – Rutger Jan Schimmelpenninck is appointed as Grand Pensionary of the Batavian Republic, by Napoleon.
- 17 مايو - تولي محمد علي باشا حكم مصر.
- May 26 – Napoleon is crowned King of Italy.
- May 31–June 2 – Napoleonic Wars – Battle of Diamond Rock: A Franco-Spanish fleet captures the strategic island of Diamond Rock off Martinique in the West Indies, from the British occupying force.
- June 1 – Tuscan-born composer Luigi Boccherini is buried in St. Michael's Basilica, Madrid, after being found dead on May 28.
- June 4 – The First Barbary War ends between Tripoli and the United States of America.
- June 4
- June 13 – Lewis and Clark Expedition in the United States: Scouting ahead of the expedition, Meriwether Lewis and four companions sight the Great Falls of the Missouri River, confirming they are heading in the right direction.
- July 9 – Muhammad Ali Pasha founds his dynasty in Egypt.
- July 26 – An earthquake kills 5,573 people in Molise and Campania, Italy.
- August 12 – Lewis and Clark Expedition: U.S. Army Captain Meriwether Lewis becomes the first white person to reach the Continental Divide, that marks the division between the east and west sections of the North American continent, crossing at Lemhi Pass.
- August 29 – Emperor Franz I of Austria and his council of ministers vote in favor of going to war with France.
- August 31 – British Army General David Baird departs from Cork, leading an expedition to capture the Cape of Good Hope. Their ship arrives on January 4.
- September 21 – King Ferdinand of Naples signs a treaty in Paris, agreeing to keep Naples neutral during the war between France and the allied powers.
- September 29 – Admiral Nelson of the Royal Navy takes command of the fleet off of the coast of Cadiz, in order to counteract the navies of France and Spain.
- October 14 – Napoleonic Wars – War of the Third Coalition – Ulm Campaign – Battle of Elchingen: An Austrian corps under Johann von Riesch is defeated by Marshal Ney, near Elchingen, Bavaria.
- October 16–19 – War of the Third Coalition– Ulm Campaign – Battle of Ulm: Austrian General Mack von Leiberich is forced to surrender his entire army to Napoleon, after being surrounded.
- October 21 – Napoleonic Wars – War of the Third Coalition – Battle of Trafalgar: The British fleet, led by Admiral Horatio Nelson, defeats a combined French and Spanish fleet off the coast of Spain; however, Admiral Nelson is fatally shot.
- October 31 – Sweden, led by King Gustav IV Adolf, declares war on France.
- November 7 – The Lewis and Clark Expedition arrives at the Pacific Ocean.
- November 11 – Napoleonic Wars – Battle of Dürenstein: 8,000 French troops attempt to slow the retreat of a vastly superior Russian and Austrian force.
- November 16 – Napoleonic Wars – Battle of Schöngrabern: Russian forces, under Pyotr Bagration, delay the pursuit by French troops under Joachim Murat.
- November 20 – Beethoven's only opera Fidelio, in its original form (known retrospectively as Leonore), is premiered at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna, which at this time is under French military occupation.
- November 26 – The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is opened in Wales; it is 1,007 ft (307 m) long and 126 ft (38 m) tall.
- December 2 – Napoleonic Wars – Battle of Austerlitz: French troops under Napoleon decisively defeat a joint Russo-Austrian force.
- December 26 – The Peace of Pressburg is signed, between France and Austria.
- December 31 – The French Republican Calendar (which featured a 10-day week until 1802) is used for the last time, 8 days after being annulled by Napoleon, with the final official date being "9 Nivôse in Year XIV of the Revolution".
- King Anouvong becomes ruler of Vientiane.
- The Horse Patrol, a mounted law enforcement force, is founded in London, England.
- James Squire becomes the first brewer in Australia to cultivate hops.
- The Old Man of the Mountain, a natural rock formation in the U.S. state of New Hampshire, is first mentioned by two workmen, Francis Whitcomb and Luke Brooks.
- Napoleon orders his soldiers to be vaccinated.
- January 8 – Orson Hyde, American religious leader (d. 1878)
- January 27 – Samuel Palmer, English artist (d. 1881)
- February 13 – Peter Gustav Lejeune Dirichlet, German mathematician (d. 1859)
- February 18 – Louis M. Goldsborough, United States Navy admiral (d. 1877)
- March 3 – Jonas Furrer, first President of the Swiss Confederation (d. 1861)
- March 23 – Sears Cook Walker, American mathematician, astronomer (d. 1853)
- March 26 – Shirali Muslimov, World's longest lived person than Jeanne Calment (d. 1973)
- April 2 – Hans Christian Andersen, Danish writer (d. 1875)
- April 8 – Hugo von Mohl, German botanist (d. 1872)
- April 22 – Benito de Soto, Galician pirate (d. 1830)
- June 9 – José Trinidad Cabañas, Honduran general, president and national hero (d. 1871)
- June 22 – Giuseppe Mazzini Italian patriot, statesman, and writer (d. 1872)
- July 5 – Robert FitzRoy, English meteorologist, captain and politician (d. 1865)
- July 29 – Alexis de Tocqueville, French historian (d. 1859)
- July 30 – Rudolf Wagner, German anatomist, pathologist (d. 1864)
- August 4 – William Rowan Hamilton, Irish physicist (d. 1865)
- September 19 – John Stevens Cabot Abbott, American historian, pastor, and pedagogical writer (d. 1877)
- September 27 – George Müller, Prussian evangelist, founder of the Ashley Down orphanage in England (d. 1898)
- November 14 – Fanny Mendelssohn, German composer, pianist (d. 1847)
- November 28 – John Lloyd Stephens, American traveler, diplomat and Mayanist archaeologist (d. 1852)
- December 2 – Cicero Price, American commodore (d. 1888)
- December 10 – William Lloyd Garrison, American abolitionist (d. 1879)
- December 12 – Henry Wells, founder of Wells Fargo (d. 1878)
- December 22 – John Obadiah Westwood, English entomologist (d. 1893)
- December 23 – Joseph Smith, founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Church and Latter Day Saint movement (d. 1844)
- December 31 – Jeanne Deroin, French socialist, feminist (d. 1894)
- date unknown
- January 9 – Noble Wimberly Jones, American Continental Congressman (b. 1723)
- January 18 – John Moore (archbishop of Canterbury) (b. 1730)
- January 23 – Claude Chappe, French telecommunication pioneer (b. 1763)
- February 20 – Justus Claproth, German jurist, inventor of the de-inking process of recycled paper (b. 1728)
- February 25 – Thomas Pownall, English colonial statesman (b. 1722)
- March 4 – Jean-Baptiste Greuze, French painter (b. 1725)
- May 7 – William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1737)
- May 9 – Friedrich Schiller, German playwright (b. 1759)
- May 12 – Ferdinand von Hompesch zu Bolheim, 71st Grandmaster of the Order of Malta (b. 1744)
- May 25 – William Paley, English philosopher (b. 1743)
- May 28 – Luigi Boccherini, Tuscan-born composer (b. 1743)
- June 19 – Louis-Jean-François Lagrenée, French painter (b. 1724)
- August 3 – Christopher Anstey, English writer (b. 1724)
- August 28 – Alexander Carlyle, Scottish church leader (b. 1722)
- October 5 – Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis, British general (b. 1738)
- October 5 – Eleonore Prochaska, German heroine soldier (b. 1785)
- October 21 – Horatio Nelson, British admiral (mortally wounded in battle) (b. 1758)
- December 16 – Saverio Cassar, Gozitan priest, rebel leader (b. 1746)
- December 23 – Pehr Osbeck, Swedish explorer, naturalist (b. 1723)
- December 23 – Geneviève Thiroux d'Arconville, French novelist, translator and chemist (b. 1720)
- تاريخ غير معروف
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- ^ Kinley Brauer and William E. Wright, Austria in the Age of the French Revolution, 1789-1815 (Berghahn Books, 1990) p11
- ^ "Baird, David", in A New General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 3, ed. by Hugh James Rose (T. Fellowes, 1857) p20
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