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10/14/1066 - The Battle of Hastings occurred in England. The Norman forces of William the Conqueror defeated King Harold II of England.

10/14/1066 - The Battle of Hastings occurred in England. The Norman forces of William the Conqueror defeated King Harold II of England.

1493  Carcel de Amor, San Pedro.  Madrid, Juan Rosembach

1493 Carcel de Amor, San Pedro. Madrid, Juan Rosembach

Una de las grandes diferencias entre ricos y pobres es que los pobres trabajan por dinero los ricos hacen que su dinero trabaje para ellos AQUI te doy la forma mas facil,barata, y eficaz de poner a trabajar tu dinero... misionfortuna.com/hacer-dinero/angel12

Una de las grandes diferencias entre ricos y pobres es que los pobres trabajan por dinero los ricos hacen que su dinero trabaje para ellos AQUI te doy la forma mas facil,barata, y eficaz de poner a trabajar tu dinero... misionfortuna.com/hacer-dinero/angel12

Dering Roll, c. 1270-1280. The Dering Roll is the oldest English roll of arms surviving in its original form. It was made between 1270 and 1280 and contains the coat of arms of 324 knights, starting with two illegitimate children of King John.

Dering Roll, c. 1270-1280. The Dering Roll is the oldest English roll of arms surviving in its original form. It was made between 1270 and 1280 and contains the coat of arms of 324 knights, starting with two illegitimate children of King John.

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'Charlotte Corday' Painted by Paul Jacques Aimé Baudry (1860). Corday's decision to kill Jeam-Paul Marat was stimulated not only by her revulsion at the September Massacres, for which she held Marat responsible, but by her fear of an all-out civil war. She believed that Marat was threatening the Republic (through his radical, writings), and that his death would end violence throughout the nation. She also believed that King Louis XVI should not have been executed

'Charlotte Corday' Painted by Paul Jacques Aimé Baudry (1860). Corday's decision to kill Jeam-Paul Marat was stimulated not only by her revulsion at the September Massacres, for which she held Marat responsible, but by her fear of an all-out civil war. She believed that Marat was threatening the Republic (through his radical, writings), and that his death would end violence throughout the nation. She also believed that King Louis XVI should not have been executed

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