Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. ... Baden Dec. 1864 1864 1,431,754 Frederick. grand-duke . . Sept 9, 1826 April 24, 1852.
J4 ang was born in Grand Traverse County, Mtclngan, 111 1884, and his property is known as t~1e Maple Street Far~1.1. Lardie, Mike, Farmer and Frmt Grower, 8 . 28, I .
Mongolian power in Russia destroyed. 11480 Mohammed II. takes Otranto. 11481 Frederick IV., of Nurenberg, purchases Brandenburg from Sigismund. 1 1482 Ivan assumes the title of the Czar of Russia. Birth of Raphael, painter; died 1520. 1 1483 Birth of Stephen Hawes; died 1512.
23 Appendix B Direct Ancestral Links to the Ancient Past Lake of Menteith from Inchmahone Abbey drawn and etched by Edward Slocombe, 1880.. 24. 25 Norman-English Ancestry Ragnvald the Wise Eysteinsson Jarl of More [ ] son of Eystein Glumra Ivarsson Jarl of the Upplands & Asena Rognvaldsdottir, m. 858 Ragnhild Hrolfsdottir [840-] of Orkney Islands, daughter of Hrolf Nefia Sea King Rollo ...
Short History of Europe. Paul IV as an opportunity to reverse the policy of Julius II and to attempt the expulsion of the Spaniards from Italy. Tempted by the promise of Naples, Henry II broke the Truce of Vaucelles, and dispatched Guise into Italy, who gave siege to Civitella in Naples.
There was also the Danish East India Company, which was first chartered by King Frederick IV of Denmark in 1729, and lasted until 1801, when it was broken up after a war between Britain and Denmark. It owned parts of Bengal and Tamil Nadu in India, which Britain purchased in from it in 1845.
1476: Pope Sixtus IV, the patron of the Sistine Chapel, authorized the sale of indulgences for the good of both those souls in purgatory and the living. 1476+1491: William Caxton (1422+1491) and the printer Wynkyn de Worde published over a 100 different books including Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (1476) and the Dictes and Sayenges of the ...
Fanny Adams was born in Alton, Hampshire, the daughter of George Adams, a farmer. Whilst walking in a nearby meadow with her sister and another young friend, she was lured away by one Frederick Baker, and brutally murdered (Aug 24, 1867), her tiny body sufferring terrible mutilation.
Historical Dictionary of Switzerland Leo Schelbert Historical Dictionaries of Europe, No. 53 The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Lanham, Maryland • Toronto • Plymouth, UK 2007 06-756_(01)Front.qxd 4/4/07 11:56 AM Page iv SCARECROW PRESS, INC. Published in the United States of America by Scarecrow Press, Inc.
Catholic nobles from all over the north of France raced into action. The crusade pitted the Catholic nobles of northern France, led by Simon IV de Montfort (c. 1160–1218), against the Catharist nobles of the south, commanded by the count of Toulouse, Raymond IV (1156–1222).
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