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  1. There are records of knowledge of sugar among the ancient Greeks and Romans, but only as an imported medicine, and not as a food. For example, the Greek physician Dioscorides in the 1st century (AD) wrote: "There is a kind of coalesced honey called sakcharon [i.e. sugar] found in reeds in India and Eudaimon Arabia [i.e. Yemen] similar in consistency to salt and brittle enough to be broken ...

  2. : 1 On February 1, 1991, Flight 1493 was operated using a Boeing 737-300 (registration N388US); after a crew change in Washington, DC,: 1 it was under the command of Captain Colin Shaw (48), a highly experienced pilot with around 16,300 total flight hours (including more than 4,300 hours on the Boeing 737), and First Officer David Kelly (32), who had about 4,300 total flight hours, with 982 ...

  3. El pimiento del piquillo o pimiento de piquillo [1] es una variedad de pimiento producido en la Comunidad Foral de Navarra ().La denominación de origen protegida Piquillo de Lodosa está constituida por los terrenos ubicados en ocho municipios situados en la "Ribera Baja" Navarra: Andosilla, Azagra, Carear, Lerín, Lodosa, Mendavia, San Adrián y Sartaguda.

  4. Frederik III (Innsbruck, 21 september 1415 — Linz, 19 augustus 1493), uit het Huis Habsburg, was vanaf 1440 koning van Duitsland en vanaf 1452 tot 1493 keizer van het Heilige Roomse Rijk. Leven. Frederik werd in 1415 geboren als zoon van Ernst I van Oostenrijk en Cymburgis van Mazovië.

  5. September 1493 brach Kolumbus von Cádiz aus zur zweiten Reise auf, um entdeckte Gebiete zu besiedeln und die gegenüber den Majestäten angekündigten Güter und Sklaven zu transportieren. Zunächst entdeckte die Flotte die Insel Dominica , auf der Kolumbus aber nicht landete.

  6. パラケルスス(スイスドイツ語:Paracelsus)こと本名:テオフラストゥス・(フォン)・ホーエンハイム(Theophrastus (von) Hohenheim, 1493年 11月10日または12月17日 - 1541年 9月24日)は、スイス アインジーデルン (英語版) 出身の医師、化学者、錬金術師、神秘思想家。

  7. The Moche culture of ancient Peru depicted conjoined twins in their ceramics dating back to 300 CE. Writing around 415 CE, St. Augustine of Hippo, in his book, City of God, refers to a man "double in his upper, but single in his lower half—having two heads, two chests, four hands, but one body and two feet like an ordinary man."