This Day in History - March 5

March 5 363 – Roman Emperor Julian moves from Antioch to attack the Sassanid Empire 1046 – Persian scholar Naser Khoscrow begins a 7-year journey in the Middle East which will later be described in his

This Day in History - March 4

March 4 1152 – Frederick Barbarossa becomes emperor 1238 – Mongol forces of Batu Khan defeat Russians in the Battle of the Sit River in Russia 1394 – Navigator Prince Henry is born 1461 &nda

This Day in History - March 3

March 3 1575 – Indian Mughal Emperor Akbar defeats the Bengali Army at the Battle of Tukaroi 1703 – Scientist Robert Hooke dies 1706 – Composer Johann Pachelbel dies 1707 – Mughal empe

This Day in History - March 2

March 2 1619 – Anne of Denmark dies 1776 – Americans begin shelling British troops in Boston 1781 – Maryland ratifies the Articles of Confederation 1791 – Long-distance communication i

This Day in History - March 1

March 1 1642 – York, Maine incorporates, becoming the first American city to do so 1643 – Pianist and composer Girolamo Frescobaldi dies 1692 – Sarah Goode, Sarah Osborne, and Tituba are arrest

This Day in History - February 28

February 28 202 BC – Liu Bang’s coronation ceremony takes place, initiating him to the role of Emperor Gaozu of Han 1066 – The most famous church in England, Westminster Abbey, opens 1533 &ndas


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