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285 On 21st 285, Diocletian appointed Maximian as Caesar and co-ruler. Diocletian was a Roman emperor. He served from the year 284 to year 305. His family status was low and he born and brought up in Dalmatia, Diocletian. Through the ranks of the army to become roman mounted troops and commander under the Ruler

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911 Rollo laid Siege to Chartres on 20th. The Siege of Chartres was the part of Norman interruptions. In the year 858 the Normans arrested and singed Chartres. After that, in the period of comparative peace, the town defensed were reconstructed and supported. It turned into a encouraged, going near to the river and trapezoid-like

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1544 During the Italian War of 1542–1546, the first Siege of Boulogne started on 19th July, 1544. The Italian War of 1542–1546 was a battle during in the Italian Wars, fighting Francis I of France and Suleiman I of the Ottoman Territory what held against the Holy Roman Ruler Charles V and Henry VIII of

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1806 A gunpowder magazine explosion occurred in Birgu, Malta, on 18th July, 1806 and it killed around 200 people. The Birgu polverista blast was the accidental explosion of ammo in the gunpowder magazine of Birgu in the British protectorate of Malta. The explosion was very serious and it occurred due to neglect while moving shells

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1048 On 17th July, 1048, Damasus II was selected as a pope. Pope Damasus II was a Pope and he served from 17th July 1048 to his death on 9th August that same year. He was the 2nd of the German popes designated by Ruler Henry III. A native of Bavaria, he was the 3rd

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622 On 16th July, 622, the Islamic calendar first started. The Islamic or Muslim calendar is also called Hijri calendar. It is a lunar calendar what consisting of 12 months in a year of 354 or 355 days. This calendar is mainly used to date events in many Muslim countries. It is used by many

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1149 The reconstructed Church of the Holy Sepulchre was sanctified in Jerusalem on 15th July, 1149. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is called the Church of the Resurrection. It is also familiar as Church of the Anastasis by Orthodox Christians. This is a church what is located in the Christian Quarter of the Old

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1789 During the French Revolution, on 14th July, 1789, Citizens of Paris storm the Bastille occurred. The Storming of the Bastille occurred in Paris, France and it happened on the afternoon of 14th July 1789. The medieval fortress, armory, and political prison in Paris what is generally known as the Bastille signified royal expert in

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1249 On 13th July, 1249, Alexander III became a King of Scots and first Coronation held. Alexander was born at Roxburgh and he was the only son of Alexander II by his 2nd wife Marie de Coucy. Alexander III was also the grandson of William the Lion. Alexander’s father Alexander II died on 8th July

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1470 On 12th July, 1470, the Ottomans captured Euboea. The Ottoman Empire is literally known as The Exalted Ottoman State. It is also recognized in Western Europe as the Turkish Empire or Ottoman Turkey. However, simply it is called Turkey. It was an territory what founded at the end of the 13th century in northwestern