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  1. 12 de julio - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre 12 de julio El 12 de julio es el 193.º (centésimo nonagésimo tercer) día del año en el calendario gregoriano y el 194.º en los años bisiestos. Quedan 172 días para finalizar el año. Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Nacimientos 3 Fallecimientos 4 Celebraciones 4.1 Santoral católico 5 Véase también

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    Pre-1600

    1. 70 – The armies of Titus attack the walls of Jerusalem after a six-month siege. Three days later they breach the walls, which enables the army to destroy the Second Temple. 2. 927 – King Constantine II of Scotland, King Hywel Dda of Deheubarth, Ealdred of Bamburgh and King Owain of the Cumbrians accepted the overlordship of King Æthelstanof England, leading to seven years of peace in the north. 3. 1191 – Third Crusade: Saladin's garrison surrenders to Philip Augustus, ending the two-year s...

    1601–1900

    1. 1691 – Battle of Aughrim (Julian calendar): The decisive victory of William III of England's forces in Ireland. 2. 1776 – Captain James Cook begins his third voyage. 3. 1789 – In response to the dismissal of the French finance minister Jacques Necker, the radical journalist Camille Desmoulins gives a speech which results in the storming of the Bastilletwo days later. 4. 1790 – The Civil Constitution of the Clergy is passed in France by the National Constituent Assembly. 5. 1799 – Ranjit Si...

    1901–present

    1. 1913 – Serbian forces begin their siege of the Bulgarian city of Vidin; the siege is later called off when the war ends. 2. 1913 – The Second Revolution breaks out against the Beiyang government, as Li Liejun proclaims Jiangxi independent from the Republic of China. 3. 1917 – The Bisbee Deportation occurs as vigilantes kidnap and deport nearly 1,300 striking miners and others from Bisbee, Arizona. 4. 1918 – The Imperial Japanese Navy battleship Kawachi blows up at Shunan, western Honshu, J...

    Pre-1600

    1. 100 BC – Julius Caesar, Roman politician and general (d. 44 BC) 2. 1394 – Ashikaga Yoshinori, Japanese shōgun (d. 1441) 3. 1468 – Juan del Encina, Spanish poet, playwright, and composer (probable;d. 1530) 4. 1477 – Jacopo Sadoleto, Italian cardinal (d. 1547) 5. 1549 – Edward Manners, 3rd Earl of Rutland(d. 1587)

    1601–1900

    1. 1628 – Henry Howard, 6th Duke of Norfolk(d. 1684) 2. 1651 – Margaret Theresa of Spain(d. 1673) 3. 1675 – Evaristo Felice Dall'Abaco, Italian violinist and composer (d. 1742) 4. 1712 – Sir Francis Bernard, 1st Baronet, Colonial governor of New Jersey and Massachusetts Bay (d. 1779) 5. 1730 – Josiah Wedgwood, English potter, founded the Wedgwood Company(d. 1795) 6. 1803 – Peter Chanel, French priest and saint (d. 1841) 7. 1807 – Thomas Hawksley, English engineer and academic (d. 1893) 8. 181...

    1901–present

    1. 1902 – Günther Anders, German philosopher and journalist (d. 1992) 2. 1902 – Tony Lovink, Dutch politician; Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies (d. 1995) 3. 1902 – Vic Armbruster, Australian rugby league player (d. 1984) 4. 1904 – Pablo Neruda, Chilean poet and diplomat, Nobel Prizelaureate (d. 1973) 5. 1907 – Weary Dunlop, Australian colonel and surgeon (d. 1993) 6. 1908 – Milton Berle, American comedian and actor (d. 2002) 7. 1908 – Alain Cuny, French actor (d. 1994) 8. 1908 – Paul...

    Pre-1600

    1. 524 – Viventiolus, archbishop of Lyon (b. 460) 2. 783 – Bertrada of Laon, Frankish queen (b. 720) 3. 965 – Meng Chang, emperor of Later Shu (b. 919) 4. 981 – Xue Juzheng, Chinese scholar-officialand historian 5. 1067 – John Komnenos, Byzantine general 6. 1441 – Ashikaga Yoshinori, Japanese shōgun (b. 1394) 7. 1441 – Kyōgoku Takakazu, Japanese nobleman 8. 1489 – Bahlul Lodi, sultan of Delhi 9. 1536 – Desiderius Erasmus, Dutch priest and philosopher (b. 1466) 10. 1584 – Steven Borough, Engli...

    1601–1900

    1. 1623 – William Bourchier, 3rd Earl of Bath(b. 1557) 2. 1664 – Stefano della Bella, Italian illustrator and engraver (b. 1610) 3. 1682 – Jean Picard, French priest and astronomer (b. 1620) 4. 1691 – Marquis de St Ruth, French general 5. 1693 – John Ashby, English admiral (b. 1640) 6. 1712 – Richard Cromwell, English academic and politician (b. 1626) 7. 1742 – Evaristo Felice Dall'Abaco, Italian violinist and composer (b. 1675) 8. 1749 – Charles de la Boische, Marquis de Beauharnois, French...

    1901–present

    1. 1910 – Charles Rolls, English engineer and businessman, co-founded Rolls-Royce Limited(b. 1877) 2. 1926 – Gertrude Bell, English archaeologist and spy (b. 1868) 3. 1926 – Charles WoodIrish composer (b. 1866) 4. 1929 – Robert Henri, American painter and educator (b. 1865) 5. 1931 – Nathan Söderblom, Swedish archbishop, Nobel Prizelaureate (b. 1866) 6. 1934 – Ole Evinrude, Norwegian-American inventor and businessman, invented the outboard motor(b. 1877) 7. 1935 – Alfred Dreyfus, French colon...

    Birthday of the Heir to the Crown of Tonga (Tonga)
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    Independence Day, celebrates the independence of Kiribatifrom the United Kingdom in 1979.
    Independence Day, celebrates the independence of São Tomé and Príncipefrom Portugal in 1975.
  3. La controversia sobre el ataque aéreo en Bagdad, se refiere a los hechos ocurridos el 12 de julio de 2007, cuando dos helicópteros estadounidenses AH-64 Apache, abrieron fuego contra un grupo de iraquíes, asesinando a 12 de ellos, incluidos dos colaboradores de la agencia de noticias Reuters.

  4. Le 12 de julio es le 193e die del anno in le Calendario Gregorian (le 194e in un anno bissextil ), con 172 dies usque le termino del anno. Contento Eventos Nascentias Mortes Dies Festive Eventos Modificar Nascentias Modificar Mortes Modificar 1536 - Erasmo de Rotterdam, humanista nederlandese Dies Festive Modificar

  5. El mes de julio es el séptimo mes del año en el calendario gregoriano y tiene 31 días. Originalmente este mes era el quinto del primitivo calendario romano y se llamaba Quintilis . En un principio, comprendía 36 días pero fue cambiado a 31 por el rey Rómulo y reducido a 30 por el segundo rey de Roma Numa , señalándose finalmente los 31 que tiene ahora por el dictador romano Julio César .