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1017 Cnut the Great was topped King of England on 6th January, 1017. King Cnut the born in c. 995 and died on 12th November 1035. He is also recognized as Canute and he was King of Denmark, England. He was king also Norway who often stated to as the Anglo-Scandinavian or North Sea Empire

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1066 Today is 5th January and in this day of the year 1066, Edward the Confessor died. He was a great and glowing ruler. He had no heir. So, a series catastrophe that will ultimately lead to the Norman defeat of England. Edward the Confessor born in 1003. He is also popular as Saint Edward

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46 BC In this day, Julius Caesar conquests Titus Labienus in the Battle of Ruspina. Gaius Julius Caesar born on 13th July 100 BC and died on 15th March 44 BC. The typically, he was known as Julius Caesar and he was a general, Roman politician and notable author of Latin prose. He played a

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1749 On the 3rd January of the year 1749, Benning Wentworth matters the 1st of the New Hampshire Grants what is used for leading to the founding of Vermont. Benning Wentworth born on 24th July 1696. He was the foreign governor of New Hampshire and he was in the position from the year 1741 to

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366 On 2nd January of the year 366, The Alemanni passed the frozen Rhine in large numbers what entering the Roman Empire. The Alemanni were an association of the Germanic tribes on the upper Rhine river. It was 1st cited by Cassius Dio in the situation of the movement of Caracalla of the year 213,

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153 BC In the year 153 BC, Roman consuls started their year in office and the day was 1st January. A consul was the highest and main selected political office of the Roman Republic. It was found that the consulship was mainly careful the uppermost level of the cursus honored. Each year, 2 consuls were