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1451 Jacques Cœur was arrested by order of Charles VII of France on 31st July, 1451. Jacques Cœur was recognized as a French merchant and he was one of the best founders of the trade between the Levant and France. There was no specific reason for the charge against Jacques Cœur, but for this and

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1626 An serious earthquake held in Naples, Italy on 30th July, 1626 and it killed around 10,000 people and destroyed many properties. The 1626 Naples earthquake struck Naples, Italy. It was a major earthquake. This earthquake attacked in Naples and surrounding villages and many people died for this attack and many properties destroyed. Naples is

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1567 On 29th July, 1567, James VI was crowned as a King of Scotland at Stirling. James VI and I was a King of Scotland and he was called James VI from the period 24 July 1567 and King of Ireland and England as James I from the combination of the Scottish and English crowns

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1656 On 28th July, 1656, Battle of Warsaw started. The Battle of Warsaw was a lethal battle and this took place close to Warsaw. It occurred between the militaries of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and Brandenburg and Sweden. This was a serious battle in the 2nd Northern War and it also occurred between Sweden and Poland

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1549 The Jesuit priest Francis Xavier’s ship first time reached Japan on 27th July, 1549. The Society of Jesus is a academic religious audience of the Catholic Church what was created during the 16th century in Spain. The members of that group were called Jesuits. That society was mainly affianced in apostolic and evangelization ministry

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1309 Henry VII was known as a King of the Romans by Pope Clement V on 26th July, 1309. Henry VII was the King of Germany from the year 1308 and Holy Roman Independent from the year 1312. He was the 1st sovereign of the House of Luxembourg. Through his short-lived career he strengthened the

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306 Constantine I was proclaimed Roman ruler by his militaries on 25th July, 306. Constantine the Great is familiar as Constantine I or Saint Constantine. He was a Roman Ruler of Illyrian-Greek origin from the year 306 to year 337 AD. His father was Flavius Valerius Constantius, a Roman Army officer, and his consort was

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1411 During the Battle of Harlaw, one of the serious bloodiest battles in Scotland started on 24th July, 1411. The Battle of Harlaw was a Scottish clan war and it held on 24th July 1411 just north of Inverurie in Aberdeenshire. It was one of a sequence of combats what occurred during the Middle Ages

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1793 On 23rd July, 1793, Empire of Prussia re-conquered Mainz from France. The Kingdom of Prussia was a German empire. It established the state of Prussia between the years 1701 and 1918 . It included parts of present-day Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Denmark, Belgium and the Czech Republic. It was the driving force behind the

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1443 On 22nd July, 1443, Battle of St. Jakob an der Sihl was started in the Old Zürich War. The Battle of St. Jakob an der Sihl was a war of the Old Zürich War. This war held on 22nd July, 1443, for a defeating Zürich. The battle occurred outside the gates of Zürich what