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  1. 03/08/2022 · 1959 in art – Birth of Caio Fonseca, Death of Frank Lloyd Wright, Sir Jacob Epstein. 1958 in art – Frank Stella begins black pinstripe paintings; Birth of Brian O'Connor (artist) 1957 in art – Death of David Bomberg, Diego Rivera, Jack Butler Yeats. 1956 in art – Birth of David D. Stern, Death of Jackson Pollock.

  2. 27/07/2022 · 1894 in music, 1894 in Norwegian music – Cello Concerto and Humoresques by Antonín Dvořák. 1893 in music, 1893 in Norwegian music – Symphony No. 9 and String Quartet No. 12 by Antonín Dvořák; Symphony No. 3 by Gustav Mahler; Karelia Suite by Jean Sibelius; Death of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Russian composer.

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    29/07/2022 · The Angers Loire Métropole is made up of 29 communes covering 667 square kilometers (258 square miles) with 299,500 inhabitants (2018). [2] Not including the broader metropolitan area, Angers is the third most populous commune in northwestern France after Nantes and Rennes and the 18th most populous commune in France. [7]

  4. 27/07/2022 · This List of Castles in Ireland, be they in the Northern Ireland and thus United Kingdom or in the Republic of Ireland, is organised by county within their respective country. Contents 1 Republic of Ireland 1.1 County Carlow 1.2 County Cavan 1.3 County Clare 1.4 County Cork 1.5 County Donegal 1.6 County Dublin 1.7 County Galway 1.8 County Kerry

  5. 29/07/2022 · Charles, Margrave of Moravia (the future Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor), the father of Louis's first wife, Margaret of Bohemia (from the Gelnhausen Codex) Charles I died on 16 July 1342. [22] Five days later, Csanád Telegdi, Archbishop of Esztergom, crowned Louis king with the Holy Crown of Hungary in Székesfehérvár. [23]

  6. 02/08/2022 · e. Several theories address the issue of the origin of the Romanians. The Romanian language descends from the Vulgar Latin dialects spoken in the Roman provinces north of the "Jireček Line" (a proposed notional line separating the predominantly Latin-speaking territories from the Greek-speaking lands in Southeastern Europe) in Late Antiquity.

  7. 29/07/2022 · Viriatus, a shepherd from Serra da Estrela who was expert in guerrilla tactics, waged relentless war against the Romans, defeating several successive Roman generals, until he was assassinated in 140 BC by traitors bought by the Romans. Viriatus has long been hailed as the first truly heroic figure in proto-Portuguese history.