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  1. Category:Films set in the 1190s - Wikipedia

    Pages in category "Films set in the 1190s" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  2. Salisbury - Wikipedia

    Salisbury (locally / ˈ s ɔː z b ər i / SAWZ-bər-ee) is a cathedral city in Wiltshire, England, with a population of 40,302, at the confluence of the rivers Avon, Nadder and Bourne. The city is approximately 20 miles (32 km) from Southampton and 30 miles (48 km) from Bath. Salisbury is in the southeast of Wiltshire, near the edge of ...

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  3. 2005 in Portugal - Wikipedia

    Incumbents. President: Jorge Sampaio; Prime Minister: José Sócrates; Events. 20 February – Legislative election: The Socialist Party led by José Sócrates wins a majority of seats in the Assembly with 45.0% of the vote, the party's best ever result in a national election.

  4. 1908 in Portugal - Wikipedia

    Incumbents. Monarch: Carlos I until his assassination 1 February, then Emmanuel II; Events. 28 January – Municipal Library Elevator Coup 1 February – The Lisbon Regicide, assassination of King Carlos I of Portugal and Luís Filipe, Prince Royal of Portugal

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  7. First Barons' War | Military Wiki | Fandom'_War
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    King John in June 1215 was forced to put his seal to "The Articles of the Barons" by a group of powerful barons who could no longer stand John's failed leadership and despotic rule. The king's Great Sealwas attached to it on 15 June 1215. In return, the barons renewed their oaths of fealty to King John on 19 July 1215. A formal document to record the agreement was created by the royal chancery on 15 July: this was the original Magna Carta. "The law of the land" is one of the great watchwords of Magna Carta, standing in opposition to the king's mere will. Magna Carta of 1215 contained clauses which in theory noticeably reduced the power of the king, such as clause 61, the "security clause". This clause allowed a group of 25 barons to override the king at any time by way of force, a medieval legal process called distraintthat was normal in feudal relationships but had never been applied to a king. After a few months of half-hearted attempts to negotiate in the summer of 1215, open war...

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    The war began over Magna Carta but quickly turned into a dynastic war for the throne of England. The rebel barons, faced with a powerful king, turned to Prince Louis, son and heir apparent of Philip Augustus, King of France, also a maternal grandson-in-law of the late English King Henry II. The Norman invasion had occurred only 150 years before, and the relationship between England and France was not so simply adversarial as it later became. The contemporary document called the annals of Wave...

    First siege of Dover

    In the meantime, the King of France taunted[citation needed] his son for trying to conquer England without first seizing its key: Dover. The royal castles at Canterbury and Rochester, their towns, and indeed most of Kent had already fallen to Louis but when he did move on to Dover Castle on 25 July, it was prepared. Its constable, Hubert de Burgh, had a well-supplied garrison of men. The first siege began on 19 July, with Louis taking the high ground to the north of the castle. His men succes...

    Sieges of Windsor and Rochester

    Apart from Dover, the only castle to hold out against Louis was that at Windsor, where 60 loyalist knights survived a two-month siege, despite severe damage to the structure of its lower ward (immediately repaired in 1216 by Henry III, who further strengthened the defences with the construction of the western curtain wall, much of which survives today). This is possibly due to its having been already besieged by the barons in 1189, less than 30 years earlier. In 1206, John had spent £115 on r...

    "The 1216 Experience" at Dover Castle (in the keep rather than at the site of the siege at the north gate) recounts the two sieges and Battle of Sandwich, and there is also material on them at the...
    Rochester City Museum contains a model of the castle keep under siege.

    Ironclad, a 2011 film starring Paul Giamatti and James Purefoy, chronicles the siege of Rochester Castle.Robin Hood, a 2010 film, is loosely based on the events surrounding the Barons' War.

  8. Safety Warning: Arduino GSM Shield May Cause Fires | Hackaday

    Sep 24, 2013 · Safety Warning: Arduino GSM Shield May Cause Fires. ... I’m sure there will be naysayers that respond “but I solder 1210s all day and they work fine”… but remember, a hairline crack won ...

  9. Salisbury (locally /ˈsɔːzbəri/ SAWZ-bər-ee)[a] is a cathedral city in Wiltshire, England, with a population of 40,302,[1] at the confluence of the rivers Avon, Nadder and Bourne. The city is approximately 20 miles (32 km) from Southampton and 30 miles (48 km) from Bath. Salisbury is in the southeast

  10. Technics SL1200MK2 Skipping Problems.. please help! - Gearslutz

    Sep 17, 2013 · Technics SL1200MK2 Skipping Problems.. please help! I purchased a used Technics SL1200MK2 on eBay and am experiencing a problem where every vinyl I place on the TT skips/repeats. I've tried multiple vinyls, cleaned each of them beforehand, changed the cartridge, adjusted the tracking pressure, etc.

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