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  1. Há 3 dias · FALA, SUA LOUCA/SEU LOUCO!!!Nesse vídeo o Prof. André comenta sobre .Bora conhecer essa história?Bora...#história #filmes #gamesÍcones e Imagem de Fundo: "h...

  2. Há 4 dias · El 1 de septiembre de 1532, Enrique y Ana visitaron al rey de Francia, Francisco I. Su intención era recabar el apoyo de éste para celebrar un matrimonio al que se oponían Carlos V y el papa Clemente VII. Ana triunfó totalmente: lució un fastuoso vestuario y llevó las joyas de las reinas de Inglaterra, arrancadas por la fuerza a Catalina.

  3. Há 3 dias · Old Salisbury was 'the borough of the castle of Salisbury' in 1249 (fn. 25) and 1260–1 (fn. 26) or simply 'Salisbury Castle' in 1268. (fn. 27) It existed under the eye of the sheriff or other keeper of the castle, who supervised the guild and in 1289 farmed borough, mill, castle, garden and an island; (fn. 28) the market belonged to the bishop.

  4. Há 3 dias · Com a morte de Henrique I, em 1135, Estêvão de Blois, sobrinho do falecido rei, decidiu assumir o trono, algo que Matilda não aceitou. E se a história já parece confusa até aqui, ela se ...

  5. Há 2 dias · A P Baggs. Jane Freeman. Janet H Stevenson, 'A History of the County of Wiltshire', in A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 14, Malmesbury Hundred, (London, 1991).

  6. Há 3 dias · MINETY parish lies c. 8.5 km. east-north-east of Malmesbury and c. 13 km. west-north-west of Swindon. (fn. 1) In shape it is roughly circular with an irregular southward extension into the former Braydon forest. Within a poorly drained parish of scattered farmsteads, the two main foci, Upper and Lower Minety, lie nearly 2 km apart; Upper Minety ...

  7. Há 2 dias · The original bridge located in Carrión de los Condes was built throughout the 11th century, thanks to the Countess Teresa, founder of the Monastery of San Zoilo. It was in the 16th century that it was finally demolished. Some time later and taking into account its architectural and historical value, it was rebuilt by Jan de Aral, who was ...