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25th December

336
On 25th December, 336, the first documentary signed of Christmas celebration in Rome. Christmas is an yearly festival what is commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. It is observed the most usually on 25th December as a religious and national celebration among billions of people around the world. In historiography, ancient Rome called to the Roman evolution what is started from the formation of the city of Rome in the 8th century BC to the collapse of the Western Roman Territory in the 5th century AD, surrounding Roman Republic, the Roman Kingdom and Roman Empire until the fall of the western territory. The term is also used to just call to the empire and republic periods, without the subsequent empire.

800
The Coronation of Charlemagne as Holy Roman Emperor held in Rome on 25th December, 800. The Coronation of Charlemagne is a painting what was made by the workshop of the Italian Resurgence artist Raphael. Though this is supposed that Raphael did make the projects for the arrangement and the fresco was perhaps painted by Gianfrancesco Penni. The painting was fragment of Raphael’s command to adorn the rooms that were called the Stanze di Raffaello, in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican. This is situated in the room what was called after the Stanza dell’incendio del Borgo and The Fire in the Borgo. It is likely that the fresco called to the Concordat of Bologna. This is exchanged between the kingdom of France and the Holy See in 1515, since Leo III is in fact a portrait of Leo X and Charlemagne a portrait of Francis I. The Holy Roman Emperor was a monarch of the Holy Roman Empire. The title was nearly without disruption held in conjunction with the rule of the Empire of Germany.

1025
On 25th December, 1025, Coronation of Mieszko II Lambert held as a king of Poland. Mieszko II Lambert was a King of Poland and he served from the year 1025 to year 1031. He was a Duke from the year 1032 to his death. He was the 2nd son of Bolesław I the Brave. He was named after his paternal grandfather, Mieszko I. His another name was Lambert, sometimes mistakenly measured to be a nickname. This was given to him as a orientation to Saint Lambert. Also, it is credible that this name Lambert was selected after Bolesław’s half-brother Lambert. This is thought that the choice of this term for his son was an appearance of warming relations between Bolesław I and his stepmother Oda. Poland is officially called the Republic of Poland. It is an independent country in Central Europe.

1076
Coronation of Bolesław II the Generous held as a king of Poland on 25th December, 1076. Bolesław II the Generous is also called as the Bold and the Cruel. This was Duke of Poland and served from the year 1058 to year 1076. He also became 3rd King of Poland and served from the year 1076 to year 1079. He was the eldest son of Duke Casimir I the Restorer and Maria Dobroniega of Kiev.

1130
On 25th December, 1130, Count Roger II of Sicily was crowned the 1st king of Sicily. Roger II was a King of Sicily, son of Roger I of Sicily and inheritor to his brother Simon. He started his rule as Count of Sicily in the year 1105. He also became a Duke of Apulia and Calabria in the year 1127, and then he became a King of Sicily in the year 1130. By the time of his demise, he was 58, Roger had prospered in uniting all the Norman defeats in Italy into one empire with a strong central government. The Realm of Sicily was a state that occurred in the south of the Italian peninsula from its formation by Roger II in 1130 to 1816. This was a inheritor state of the County of Sicily. This had been originated in the year 1071 through the Norman defeat of the southern peninsula.

1809
Dr. Ephraim McDowell performed the 1st ovariotomy on 25th December, 1809 and removed a 22-pound tumor. Ephraim McDowell was a recognized American physician and pioneer surgeon. He was a 1st person to remove an ovarian tumor effectively. He was called “the father of ovariotomy” as well as founding father of abdominal surgery. Oophorectomy is the surgical removal of an ovaries and ovary. The surgery is also named ovariectomy, but this term has been usually used in basic science research to define the surgical removal of ovaries in laboratory animals.

1826
The Eggnog Riot at the United States Military Academy concluded on 25th December, 1826. This happened after commencement the earlier evening. The Eggnog Riot is also called the Grog Mutiny. This was a riot what held at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, on 24th and 25th December 1826. This was produced by a drunken Christmas Day party in the North Barracks of the academy. The riot ultimately complicated over one-third of the cadets by the time this stopped on Christmas morning. A succeeding examination by academy officials resulted in the inference of 70 cadets and the court-martialing of twenty of them and one enlisted soldiers. The United States Military Academy is also called as West Point, Army, The Academy, or simply The Point. This is a 4 years coeducational federal service academy what is situated in West Point, New York, in Orange County.

1914
A series of unofficial truces occurred across the Western Front to rejoice Christmas on 25th December, 1914. The Christmas truce is called a series of widespread but unofficial truces along the Western Front of First World War around Christmas of the year 1914. The Western Front was an important theatre of battle. This held during the First World War. Following the outbreak of battle held in August 1914. The German Army opened the Western Front by attacking Belgium and Luxembourg, then gaining military control of significant industrial regions in France. The tide of the advance was intensely turned with the Combat of the Marne.

1932
A magnitude 7.6 earthquake held in Gansu, China and it killed 275 people and destroyed many properties. The 1932 Changma earthquake held at 10:04:27 local time on 25th December, 1932. With an assessed rector scale of 7.6 on the surface wave magnitude scale, and a maximum felt intensity of X on the Mercalli intensity scale. This earth quake destroyed 1,167 houses and properties and 275 people were killed with a further 320 wounded.

1977
On 25th December, 1977, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin met in Egypt with its president Muhammad Anwar el-Sadat. Menachem Begin was an Israeli founder of Likud, politician and the 6th Prime Minister of Israel.

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