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-*[[240 BC]] - 1st recorded [[perihelion]] passage of [[Halley's Comet]]. 
-*[[1282]] - The people of [[Sicily]] rebel against the [[Angevin]] [[monarch|king]] [[Charles I of Naples|Charles I]], in what becomes known as the [[Sicilian Vespers]]. 
-*[[1296]] - [[Edward I of England|Edward I]] sacks [[Berwick-upon-Tweed]], during armed conflict between [[Scotland]] and [[England]].  
-*[[1492]] - [[Ferdinand II of Aragon|Ferdinand]] and [[Isabella of Castile|Isabella]] sign the [[Alhambra decree]] aimed at expelling all [[Jew]]s from [[Spain]] unless they convert to [[Roman Catholicism]].  
-*[[1814]] - [[Napoleonic Wars]]: [[Sixth Coalition]] forces march into [[Paris]]. 
-* 1814 - Neapolitan War: [[Murat]] issues the [[Rimini]] Declaration which would later inspire [[Italian Unification]].  
-*[[1822]] - [[Florida Territory]] created in the [[United States]]. 
*[[1842]] - [[Anesthesia]] is used for the first time in an operation by [[Physician|Dr.]] [[Crawford Long]]. *[[1842]] - [[Anesthesia]] is used for the first time in an operation by [[Physician|Dr.]] [[Crawford Long]].
*[[1844]] - One of the most important battles of the [[Dominican War of Independence]] from [[Haiti]] takes place near the city of [[Santiago de los Caballeros]]. *[[1844]] - One of the most important battles of the [[Dominican War of Independence]] from [[Haiti]] takes place near the city of [[Santiago de los Caballeros]].

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  • 1904 - Akarova (born Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, 30 March 1904; died Ixelles, 24 June 1999) was a Belgian dancer, choreographer, and artist.

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Francisco de Goya Jacques Dutronc Filippo Tommaso Marinetti Paul Verlaine Vincent van Gogh Edgar P. Jacobs Beau Brummell Bénédict Morel François Le Métel de Boisrobert Jean-Claude Brialy Koloman Moser Tom Sharpe Melanie Klein Robert Creeley James Cagney Fortunato Depero Thomas Couture Lene Lovich La vie parisienne Manifesto of the Fascist Intellectuals Warren Beatty François-Léon Benouville Erwin Panofsky Akarova Ernst Gombrich Léon Blum Karl May




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