Daniel Pons ... digital compositor: SSVFX / digital compositor: Screen Scene Alfonso Pontillo ... digital compositor: SSVFX Scott Prior ... digital artist Derek N. Prusak ... post production manager: Stereo D Kisholay Ray ... production coordinator Andrew Rea ... digital compositor: SSVFX
1213 – Geoffrey Fitz Peter, 1st Earl of Essex, English sheriff and Chief Justiciar; 1217 – Isabella, English noblewoman and wife of John of England (b. c. 1173) 1240 – Razia Sultana, Only female sultan of Delhi (b. c. 1205) 1256 – Kujō Yoritsugu, Japanese shogun (b. 1239) 1318 – Edward Bruce, High King of Ireland (b. 1275)
Garfield graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Williams in August 1856, was named salutatorian, and spoke at the commencement.His biographer Ira Rutkow writes that Garfield's years at Williams gave him the opportunity to know and respect those of different social backgrounds, and that, despite his origin as an unsophisticated Westerner, socially conscious New Englanders liked and respected him.
Aunque existen dudas acerca de la fecha exacta de su nacimiento, todo parece indicar que este se produjo hacia el año 939.    [nota 3] Vino al mundo en el seno de una familia terrateniente árabe  de origen yemení,    de la tribu Ma ʿ afir,   establecida desde la conquista de la Hispania visigoda en Torrox, una alquería perteneciente a la cora de al ...
Richard fitz Gilbert de Clare; Pons, possible ancêtre des Clifford; personnes ayant attesté une charte faite à Caen, le 17 juin 1066 : Richard Goz, vicomte d'Avranches; Ranulf II le Meschin, vicomte de Bayeux; Raoul (II) Tesson (il est le cousin germain de Robert fils d'Erneis mentionné plus haut) Foulque d'Aunou, qui a contribué pour 40 ...
Richard restores order in the turmoil and is forced to commit his entire army to support the attack. The Muslim forces flee in panic, but Saladin rallies them in time to defend his camp, and even to lead a counter-charge. By evening, Richard has defeated the Muslim forces, and Saladin retreats in good order to Ramallah.
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