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Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore
Christiaan Huygens, Dutch astronomer
Zhu Di, the Yongle Emperor
Church of San Giacomo di Rialto, Venice
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire
Feast of the Annunciation refimprove section
Independence Day in ( Greece 1821)
Struggle for Human Rights Day stub, refimprove
421 – According to legend, the city of (in modern Italy) was founded exactly at the stroke of noon with the dedication of the first church, that of Venice San Giacomo at the islet of Rialto.
1306 – was crowned Robert the Bruce King of Scotland at Scone.
1409 – The , an unrecognized Council of Pisa ecumenical conference of the Roman Catholic Church held in an attempt to end the Western Schism, opened in Pisa.
1634 – Lord Baltimore, his younger brother Leonard Calvert, and a group of Catholic settlers founded the .
English colony of Maryland refimprove section
1802 – France and the United Kingdom signed the , temporarily ending the hostilities between the two during the Treaty of Amiens French Revolutionary Wars.
1811 – English Romantic poet was expelled from the Percy Bysshe Shelley University of Oxford for publishing the pamphlet .
The Necessity of Atheism refimprove sections
1821 – Metropolitan Germanos III of Old Patras raised the Greek flag in the Monastery of Agia Lavra to symbolically mark the beginning of the .
Greek War of Independence refimprove section
1911 – The in New York City killed 146 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire sweatshop workers, many of whom could not escape because the doors to the stairwells and exits had been locked.
"in popular culture" section has too many trivial entries
1917 – Following the overthrow of the Russian tsar , Georgia's bishops unilaterally restored the Nicholas II autocephaly of the .
Georgian Orthodox Church missing information
1918 – The was established during Belarusian People's Republic World War I per the terms of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, when Belarus was occupied by the German Empire.
1931 – The were arrested and charged with Scottsboro Boys rape, leading to a legal case that eventually established legal principles in the United States that criminal defendants are entitled to effective assistance of counsel.
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1957 – West Germany, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg signed the , establishing the Treaty of Rome European Economic Community.
1995 – American computer programmer Ward Cunningham established the first site, the wiki WikiWikiWeb.
2006 – A gunman in Seattle, Washington, U.S., entered a rave afterparty and , killing six and wounding two, before committing suicide.
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Bengali Genocide Remembrance Day
King Faisal of Saudi Arabia
(b. 1808) José de Espronceda · (b. 1874) Selim Sırrı Tarcan · (d. 2014)