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  1. Battle of Kosovo (1448) - Wikipedia

    Sep 09, 2020 · The Second Battle of Kosovo (Hungarian: második rigómezei csata, Turkish: İkinci Kosova Savaşı) (17–20 October 1448) was a land battle between a Hungarian-led Crusader army and the Ottoman Empire at Kosovo Polje. It was the culmination of a Hungarian offensive to avenge the defeat at Varna four years earlier.

    • 17–20 October 1448 (O.S.), (3 days)
  2. 1448 - Wikipedia

    1448 negli altri calendari Calendario gregoriano: 1448 Ab Urbe condita: 2201 (MMCCI) Calendario armeno: 896 — 897 Calendario bengalese: 854 — 855 Calendario berbero: 2398 Calendario bizantino: 6956 — 6957 Calendario buddhista: 1992 Calendario cinese: 4144 — 4145 Calendario copto: 1164 — 1165 Calendario ebraico: 5207 — 5208 ...

    • 2201 (MMCCI)
    • 854 — 855
    • 896 — 897
    • 1448
  3. John II, Duke of Lorraine - Wikipedia

    Sep 12, 2020 · Nicholas (1448–1473) Marie died giving birth to her last and only surviving child Nicholas, she died on July 7, 1448, aged 21 and was buried at Meurthe-et-Moselle Lorraine, France. John also had several illegitimate children: John (d. 1504), Count of Briey, married Nancy St. Georges; Albert, seigneur d'Essey

  4. Marie de Bourbon, Duchess of Calabria - Wikipedia–1448)

    Sep 12, 2020 · Marie de Bourbon (1428 – 7 July 1448) was a French noblewoman. She was the eldest daughter of Charles I, Duke of Bourbon and Agnes of Burgundy, and married John II, who was styled Duke of Calabria and acceded to the title of Duke of Lorraine after Marie's death.

  5. Battle of Sark - Wikipedia

    Sep 08, 2020 · The Battle of Sark, alternatively called the Battle of Lochmaben Stone, was fought between England and Scotland in October 1448.A large battle, it was the first significant Scottish victory over the English in over half a century, since the Battle of Otterburn in 1388.

    • 23 October 1448
    • Scottish victory
  6. Cosenza - Wikipedia

    Founded in 1448, the church combines Renaissance and Medieval elements. Its most interesting feature is the rose window defined by 16 little tuff columns. The wooden portal (1614) is inlaid with floral motifs, figures of saints and coats of arms.

  7. Duke of Somerset - Wikipedia

    Sep 03, 2020 · Duke of Somerset, from the county of Somerset, is a title that has been created five times in the peerage of England.It is particularly associated with two families: the Beauforts, who held the title from the creation of 1448, and the Seymours, from the creation of 1547, in whose name the title is still held.

  8. The Baptism of Christ (Piero della Francesca) - Wikipedia

    Sep 07, 2020 · The Baptism of Christ is a painting by the Italian Renaissance master Piero della Francesca.Painted in egg tempera on two panels of poplar wood, the dating is controversial – some give it a very early date, perhaps 1439; others much later, around 1460.

  9. 単価記号 - Wikipedia単価記号

    1448年のアラゴン [要曖昧さ回避] や、1537年のヴェネツィアに用例がある 。 ラテン語の前置詞 ad (英語の at にあたる接頭字)の合字。 フランス語の前置詞 à (英語の at にあたる)の変形。 英語の each at から、e と a の合字。 意味

  10. Fine Gael - Wikipedia

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