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  1. 1420s - Wikipedia

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    The 1420s decade ran from January 1, 1420, to December 31, 1429. Events 1420. January–December. March – The Çelebi Sultan Mehmed Mosque in Didymoteicho is ...

  2. 1420s BC - Wikipedia

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    The 1420s BC is a decade which lasted from 1429 BC to 1420 BC. Millennium: 2nd millennium ...

  3. 1420s in England - Wikipedia

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    1400s | 1410s | 1420s | 1430s | 1440s: Events from the 1420s in England. Incumbents. Monarch – Henry V (to 31 August 1422), Henry VI ...

  4. 1420s in art - Wikipedia

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    1410s. 1420s in art. 1430s: Other events: 1420s . Art timeline: The decade of the 1420s in art involved some significant events. Events. February 19, 1426: ...

  5. 1420s. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Millennium: 2nd millennium: Centuries: 14th century – 15th century – 16th century: Decades: 1390s 1400s 1410s – ...

  6. Category:1420s - Wikipedia

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    1370s; 1380s; 1390s; 1400s; 1410s; 1420s; 1430s; 1440s; 1450s; 1460s; 1470s; Subcategories. This category has the following 25 subcategories, out of 25 total.

  7. Category:1420s deaths - Wikipedia

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  8. 1420s in poetry - Wikipedia

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    This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (July 2010)Works published. 1425: Antonio Beccadelli, Hermaphroditus, a collection of 81 Latin epigrams; Alain Chartier, La Belle Dame sans Merci; France

  9. 1420s - Wikipedia, Ensaeklopedia ya mahala

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    1420s ke ngwagasome tšhupamabakeng ya Gregorian wa go thoma ka 1 Pherekgong 1420 ya fela ka 31 Manthole 1429. Ngwagasome 1420s o wela ngwagengkgolo wa 15.

  10. Pistol - Wikipedia

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    A pistol is a common term to describe a handgun. The words pistol and handgun can both be used interchangeably. [1] The English word was introduced in ca. 1570 — when early handguns were produced in Europe and is derived from the Middle French pistolet (ca. 1550), meaning a small gun/knife.