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  1. Sibilla d'Angiò, nota come Sibilla di Gerusalemme (Gerusalemme, 1160 – Acri, luglio 1190), figlia primogenita del re Amalrico I di Gerusalemme e di Agnese di Courtenay, dopo la morte di suo fratello Baldovino IV e di suo figlio Baldovino V, fu incoronata regina di Gerusalemme e regnò dal 1186 al 1190, anno della sua morte.

  2. In 752 AD, Empress Kōken decreed a ban on fishing, but made a promise that adequate rice would be given to fishermen whose livelihood would have otherwise been destroyed. In 927 AD, regulations were enacted that stated that any government official or member of nobility that ate meat was deemed unclean for three days and could not participate in Shinto observances at the imperial court.