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  1. Joan of Arc (27453 bytes)
    2: ...le interest in the [[Republic of Ireland]], [[Canada]], [[United Kingdom]] and [[United States]]. Many...
    7: ... to Henry V's heirs, disinheriting Charles, the [[Dauphin]] ([[crown prince]]), and making the infant ...
    12: ...d they gave her male clothing to wear (as the standard disguise used in such circumstances) and brough...
    14: ... small force she eventually led included the legendary soldiers, [[Jean de Dunois|Jean d'Orleans (Coun...
    16: ... said would verify her legitimacy as a visionary—gained her the support of prominent clergy such...
  2. Middle Ages (21063 bytes)
    1: .... The Middle Ages of Western Europe are commonly dated from the end of the [[Western Roman Empire]] (...
    6: ...he migrations has historically been termed the "[[Dark Ages]]" by Western European historians. That te...
    16: ...feudal nobles. Well known examples of such consolidation include the [[Albigensian Crusade]] and the [...
    18: ...cal obligations, known as [[feudalism]] or the feudal
    19: ...etimes mutually contradictory). The benefit of feudalism however, was its resiliency, and the ability ...
  3. St. Peter's Basilica (17805 bytes)
    1: ...e Basilica of Saint Peter, portrayed by Viviano Codazzi in a 1630 painting, is the largest church in C...
    17: ...1585]] by order of [[Pope Sixtus V]]. The obelisk dates back to the [[13th century BC]] in [[Egypt]], ...
    20: ...ontana, who was probably the best engineer of the day. Fontana built the lantern the following year, a...
    29: ...lly operated since [[1931]], with its oldest bell dating to [[1288]].
    31: ...door in the center is by [[Antonio Averulino]] ([[1455]]), and preserved from the previous basilica.
  4. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    8: *[[Salvador Dali]], ([[1904]]-[[1989]]), Catalan artist
    11: *[[Leonardo da Vinci]], ([[1452]]-[[1519]]), Italian painter, sc...
    29: *[[Franklin Adams]]
    45: *[[David Allan]] ([[1744]]-[[1796]])
    110: *[[David Bates (painter)|David Bates]] ([[1952]]-)
  5. List of popes (77758 bytes)
    24: | rowspan="2" | <small>Betsaida, [[Galilee|Galilea]]</small>
    29: ...<small>Executed by crucifixion upside-down; feast day ([[SS Peter & Paul]]) [[29 June]], ([[Chair of P...
    36: ...small>Traditionally martyred (no evidence); Feast day [[23 September]]</small>
    43: | <small>Martyred; feast day [[26 April]]</small>
    50: | <small>Martyred; feast day [[23 November]]</small>
  6. Banknote (6576 bytes)
    3: ...s a '''bill''' in the [[United States]] and [[Canada]]) is a kind of [[currency]], issued as [[legal t...
    5: ... a lot of precious metal was cumbersome and often dangerous. As an alternative, banknotes would be is...
    9: Today, this is no longer true; the currency of all cou...
    16: ... were issued with a promise to convert at a later date.
    18: ...al codes enforced the payment for injury in a standardized form, usually in precious metals. The devel...
  7. Fra Angelico (13116 bytes)
    1: ...gello]], [[Florence]] [[1395]] &ndash; [[Rome]] [[1455]]), better known in the English-speaking world as...
    7: ...datory term which was assigned to him at an early date and which we find in use within thirty years af...
    23: ...int the chapel of Nicholas V, and died in Rome in 1455, where he lies buried in the church of S. Maria s...
    33: ... the pediment illustrated the lives of Cosmas and Damian, but it has long been severed from the main s...
    35: ...ready mentioned, [[Zanobi Strozzi]] and [[Gentile da Fabriano]] are named as pupils of Angelico.
  8. Lorenzo Ghiberti (754 bytes)
    1: ...Lorenzo Ghiberti''' ([[1378]] - [[December 1]], [[1455]]) was an important [[Renaissance]] artist, speci...
  9. Protestant Reformation (26890 bytes)
    6: * [[Jan Hus]], [[John Wycliffe]], [[William Tyndale]]
    20: ...tural debate about religious reforms and later fundamental religious values. Historians would generall...
    24: ...enturies,</b> the combination of both a newly abundant labor supply as well as improved productivity, ...
    28: ...breakdown of the [[philosophy|philosophical]] foundations of [[scholasticism]], the new [[nominalism]]...
    30: ... to reason. The European Renaissance laid the foundation for the Northern humanists in its reinforceme...
  10. History of the world (21975 bytes)
    7: ...t recent [[Ice Age]], when temperate regions of today were extremely inhospitable. Yet, humans had col...
    12: ...nimals may well have developed at similarly early dates. As might be expected, agriculture was particu...
    25: ...ere to dominate Chinese thinking until the modern day. These were [[Taoism]], [[Legalism (philosophy)|...
    55: ...a in 1041, but the printing press as we know it today was invented in Germany, and became far more wid...
    69: ...er place. Meanwhile, Industrial [[pollution]] and damage to the [[environment]], present since the dis...
  11. Johann Gutenberg (6119 bytes)
    4: ...isch zur Laden zum Gutenberg''' (circa [[1398]] &ndash; [[February 3]], [[1468]]), a [[Holy Roman Empi...
    9: ...e writing system, printed material was not as abundant as that of Renaissance Europe.
    14: ...irst mass-produced work, starting on February 23, 1455. Gutenberg was a poor businessman, and made littl...
    19: At the 1455 [[Frankfurt Book Fair]], Gutenberg demonstrated t...
    21: ...the Biblia Sacra dated 1455 went to Paris and was dated by the binder.
  12. List of sculptors (9151 bytes)
    19: *[[César Baldaccini]]
    22: *[[Pietro da Barga]]
    58: *[[Danese Cattaneo]]
    63: *[[Eduardo Chillida]] (1924-2002)
    75: *[[Jules Dalou]] (1838 - 1902)
  13. Henry the Navigator (6878 bytes)
    1: ..., looms large as an important figure in the early days of European [[colonial]] expansion.
    3: ...] dynasty; and of [[Philippa of Lancaster]], the daughter of [[John of Gaunt]]. In [[1414]] he report...
    7: ...ation of the Azores during Pedro's regency (1439&ndash;1448).
    9: ...f geography and navigation added over time. [[Jehuda Cresques]], a noted cartographer, received an inv...
    13: ...vessels encountered the [[Cape Verde]] islands in 1455.
  14. Cheyenne, Wyoming (8059 bytes)
    27: north_coord = 41.1455 |
    40: ...ted at 41&deg;8'44" North, 104&deg;48'7" West (41.145548, -104.802042){{GR|1}}.
    81: ...fessional [[rodeo]] circuit. At the 1953 Frontier Days the US Air Force's precision flying squadron, t...
    94: {{Mapit-US-cityscale|41.145548|-104.802042}}
  15. Medieval History (23198 bytes)
    2: .... The Middle Ages of Western Europe are commonly dated from the end of the [[Western Roman Empire]] (...
    8: ...he migrations has historically been termed the "[[Dark Ages]]" by Western European historians. That te...
    18: ...feudal nobles. Well known examples of such consolidation include the [[Albigensian Crusade]] and the [...
    20: ...cal obligations, known as [[feudalism]] or the feudal
    21: ...etimes mutually contradictory). The benefit of feudalism however, was its resiliency, and the ability ...
  16. Britain in the Middle Ages (12239 bytes)
    5: ...y, the end of the medi�val period is ordinarily dated by the rise of what is often referred to as th...
    7: ...with increasing vigour, but the process of consolidation was continuous from [[William I of England|Wi...
    12: ... saxas). Each Saxon drew out his ''saxa'' (a long dagger whose name was associated with the tribe) and...
    36: ...death and the accession of [[David II of Scotland|David II]]. The Scottish victory at Bannockburn howe...
    46: ... Agincourt|Agincourt]] in 1415. Henry married the daughter of the French king, [[Charles VI of France|...

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