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  1. Ancient Rome (25155 bytes)
    1: ...ean]] Sea and some of the area surrounding the [[Black Sea]].
    11: ...er [[Tiber]]. At this location the Tiber has an island where the river can be forded. Because of the r...
    13: ...rst of seven [[Roman Kingdom|Kings of Rome]], the last of whom, [[Tarquin the Proud]], was deposed in ...
    19: ...n its place. The consuls, initially patrician but later opened to plebeians, were elected officials wh...
    21: ... ''Sabines'' ...) but also the [[Etruscans]]. The last threat to Roman [[hegemony]] in Italy came when...
  2. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    5: Shortcuts to highly popular [[painter]]s:
    8: *[[Salvador Dali]], ([[1904]]-[[1989]]), Catalan artist
    10: *[[Michelangelo Buonarroti]], ([[1475]]-[[1564]]), Italian [...
    12: *[[Claude Monet]], ([[1840]]-[[1926]]), French [[Impress...
    16: *[[Rembrandt]], ([[1606]]-[[1669]]), [[Netherlands|Dutch]] [[painter]]
  3. Uranus (15207 bytes)
    1: ...em 0; border: 1px #aaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;" style="float:right;" width=2...
    4: ... bgcolor="#000000"| [[Image:Uranus.jpg|250px|The planet Uranus]]<br>
    64: !align="left"| [[geographical pole|Polar]] diameter
    67: !align="left"| [[Oblateness]]
    145: ...ogy)|Ouranos]], and is the only planet in the [[solar system]] named after a Greek god: all others are...
  4. Pluto (planet) (26470 bytes)
    1: ...em 0; border: 1px #aaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;" style="float: right;" width=...
    120: ...egarding whether Pluto should be classified as a planet (see below for details). Its symbol is a combi...
    124: ... orbit of [[Neptune (planet)|Neptune]]. It is [[#Planet X?|now known]] these discrepancies were an art...
    126: ...emis]]'', ''[[Athene]]'', ''[[Atlas (mythology)|Atlas]]'', ''[[Cosmos]]'', ''[[Hera]]'', ''[[Hercules]...
    128: ...ry]], was reading about the discovery of the new planet in the [[Times]] newspaper. He asked his grand...
  5. Fra Angelico (13116 bytes)
    3: ...angelico.church.750pix.jpg|thumb|200px|'''[[Saint Lawrence]] receives<br> the treasures of the Church'...
    7: ... of "Fra Giovanni da Fiesole"; "The Angelic" is a laudatory term which was assigned to him at an early...
    23: ...re he lies buried in the church of S. Maria sopra Minerva. He decorated many of the rooms of the Dominican ...
    25: ...divine beauty of the images he painted, to a superlative extent those of the [[Blessed Virgin Mary]] (...
    31: ... he wept when he painted a [[Crucifixion]]. The [[Last Judgment]] and the [[Annunciation]] were two of...
  6. Caesar Augustus (50559 bytes)
    12: ...ned the tide of the battle and granted Caesar his last victory.
    14: ...ncial administration, warfare and political manipulation while a part of his uncle&#8217;s entourage.
    18: ...and the [[Ides of March]] would have a different plan.
    23: ...diately gained favor with both with the Roman populace and the veteran legionaries.
    25: ...entions. When Octavian finally arrived in Rome in late April, 44 BC, Antony continued to ignore him, a...
  7. March 19 (9902 bytes)
    7: *[[1687]] - Explorer [[Robert Cavelier de La Salle]], searching for the mouth of the [[Mississ...
    9: ...1]] - The [[First Taranaki War]] ends in [[New Zealand]].
    10: ...ville]] begins. By the end of the battle two days later the Confederate forces have retreated from [[G...
    12: ...for the first time but was not recognized as a [[planet]].
    13: ...merican planes take off in pursuit of [[Pancho Villa]], the first [[United States]] air-combat mission...
  8. March 20 (10075 bytes)
    7: ...Henry V of England|Henry V]] becomes King of [[England]].
    11: ...[[Paris]] after escaping from [[Elba]] with a regular army of 140,000 and a volunteer force of around ...
    15: ...ctional Facility|Sing Sing]] prison, [[Martha M. Place]] becomes the first woman executed in an [[elec...
    16: ...ister Crowley]] invokes [[Horus]] in Egypt and declares the start of the New Aeon known as the Aeon Of...
    17: ...unded in an assassination attempt and dies 2 days later.
  9. March 21 (10586 bytes)
    9: ...polÚ»«]] was adopted as [[France|French]] [[civil law]].
    14: ...of Honor]] for his first trans-[[Atlantic Ocean|Atlantic]] flight.
    15: ...rsia]] by its native name, [[Iran]], which means 'Land of the [[Aryan]]s'.
    17: ...[[United Kingdom|British]] troops liberate [[Mandalay]], [[Burma]]
    18: ...], the first [[rock and roll]] concert, in [[Cleveland, Ohio]]
  10. March 22 (9294 bytes)
    5: ... [[Gordian I]] and his son [[Gordian II]] are proclaimed [[Roman emperors]].
    7: ...amestown, Virginia]], a third of the colony's population.
    8: *[[1630]] - [[Massachusetts Bay Colony]] outlaws the possession of cards, [[dice]], and gaming t...
    10: ...tamp Act]], the first direct tax levied from [[England]] on the American colonies.
    14: *[[1894]] - The first playoff game for the [[Stanley Cup]] starts.
  11. March 23 (10340 bytes)
    8: *[[1708]] - [[James Francis Edward Stuart]] lands at the [[Firth of Forth]].
    10: ...trampled to death in his bedroom at St. Michael Palace.
    11: ...ing the [[Pacific Ocean]], explorers [[Lewis and Clark]] and their "Corps of Discovery" begin their ar...
    13: ...rs for [[Dunedin, New Zealand|Dunedin]], [[New Zealand]]. [[Otago]] province is founded.
    15: ... California]] when the Organic Act is signed into law.
  12. Columbus, Ohio (27104 bytes)
    4: ...1.84M, behind #19 Cincinnati (2.05M) and #14 Cleveland-Akron (2.95M).
    6: ...]. It also extends into [[Delaware County, Ohio|Delaware]] and [[Fairfield County, Ohio|Fairfield]] co...
    11: {{Template:US City infobox|
    15: flag = ColumbusOH.gif |
    20: ...ounty, Ohio|Franklin]], [[Delaware County, Ohio|Delaware]],<br> and [[Fairfield County, Ohio|Fairfield...
  13. Rome (33048 bytes)
    2: ...9; border: 1px #aaaaaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"
    3: |+ style="font-size: larger;"|'''Roma'''
    8: |align="center" width="140px"|[[Image:Rome city flag.png|100px]]
    11: |align="center" width="140px"|City [[flag]]
    19: |Region||[[Latium]]
  14. Celtic mythology (25486 bytes)
    1: ...to [[Christianity]], and the loss of their Celtic languages, although ironically it is through contemp...
    4: ... of surviving materials bearing written [[Gaulish language|Gaulish]], it is surmised that the pagan Ce...
    6: ...ed [[Ogham]] script to record short inscriptions (largely personal names), more sophisticated literacy...
    9: ...s did other populations: Apollo dispels sickness, Minerva encourages skills, Jupiter is in charge of the sk...
    12: ...c cults. The concept of the Celtic pantheon as a large number of local deities is gainsaid by the num...
  15. Storks (8536 bytes)
    3: {{Taxobox_begin_placement | color = pink}}
    6: {{Taxobox_classis_entry | taxon = [[bird|Aves]]}}
    9: {{Taxobox_end_placement}}
    18: ...me. Storks lack a [[pharynx]] and are mute; bill-clattering is an important mode of stork communicatio...
    20: ...hares the distinction of "longest wingspan of any landbird" with the [[Andean Condor]].
  16. December 9 (7837 bytes)
    6: ...ity]]'s first daily [[newspaper]], the ''American Minerva'', is established by [[Noah Webster]]
    14: ...founded the [[feminist]] daily [[newspaper]], ''[[La Fronde]]''.
    15: *[[1905]] - [[1905 law on secularity|Law separating church and state]] passed in France
    19: *[[1941]] - [[Republic of China|China]] declares war on [[Japan]], [[Germany]], and [[Italy]].
    20: ...ash in occupied [[Germany]]. He died twelve days later.

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