17 Germanicus of Rome celebrates his victory over the Germans. 1328 William of Ockham is forced to flee from Avignon by Pope John XXII. 1647 A new law bans Catholic priests from the colony of Massachusetts. The penalty is banishment or death for a second offense. 1670 Charles II and Louis XIV sign a […]
585 BC Thales of Greece makes the first known prediction of a solar eclipse. 1085 Alfonso VI takes Toledo, Spain from the Muslims. 1787 The Constitutional convention opens at Philadelphia with George Washington presiding. 1810 Argentina declares independence from Napoleonic Spain. 1851 Jose Justo de Urquiza of Argentina leads a rebellion against Juan Manuel de […]
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