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474 Zeno was crowned as co-emperor of the Byzantine Empire on 9th February, 474. The Byzantine Empire, also mentioned to as the Eastern Roman Empire, was the extension of the Roman Kingdom in the East during Late Ancient times and the Middle Ages, when its capital city was Constantinople. 1555 Bishop of Gloucester John Hooper

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421 Constantius III became the co-Emperor of the Western Roman Territory on 8th February, 421. Constantius is normally recognized as Constantius III and he was Western Roman Ruler for 7 months in 421. As a projecting general and politician, he had the influence behind the throne for much of the 410s, and in 421 fleetingly

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457 Leo I was also an Eastern Roman Emperor. the Thracian became monarch of the Byzantine Empire on 7th February, 457. He served as Eastern Roman Ruler from 457 to 474. He was a native of Dacia Aureliana near historic Thrace and he was also known as Leo the Thracian. Reigning the Eastern Territory for

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1649 The claimant King Charles II of England who born on 29th May 1630 and died 6th February 1685 Scotland was stated King of Great Britain, by the Parliament of Scotland. This move was not trailed by the Congress of England nor the House of Ireland. This was happened on 6th February, 1649. Charles II

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Year AD 62 On 5th February of the year AD 62 an Earthquake was held in Pompeii, Italy. This earthquake is called 62 Pompeii earthquake and this is occurred on 5th February 62 AD. It had an assessed as magnitude of between 5 and 6 and a maximum strength of IX or X on the

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634 This incident occurred in Battle of Dathin. On 4th February, 634, Rashidun forces under Yazid ibn Abi Sufyan defeated an outstripped Byzantine force near Gaza in Palestine. The Rashidun army was the main of the Rashidun Caliphate’s who prepared services throughout the Muslim defeats of the 7th century what serving together with the Rashidun

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1451 Sultan Mehmed II inherited the throne of the Ottoman Empire on 3rd February, 1451. The Ottoman Empire is also recognized as the Turkish Empire or Ottoman Turkey. It was an territory what was founded at the end of the 13th century in northwestern Anatolia in the neighborhood of Bilecik and Sogut by the Oghuz

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880 This incident is related with the Battle of L√ľneburg Heath. On 2nd February, 880, King Louis III was overpowered by the Norse Great Heathen Military at Luneburg Heath in Saxony. Louis III was the king of West Francia from the year 879 until his passing in the year 882. The oldest son of king

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1327 Teenaged Edward III was crowned King of England on 1st February, 1327. Then the country was actually governed by his mother Queen named Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer. Edward III born on 13th November 1312 and died on 21st June 1377. He was a Sovereign of England and he served as king from