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  • |image=Bataille de Közä Dagh (1243).jpeg |date=June 26, 1243
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  • {{M1 year in topic}} ...iod, when the [[Anno Domini]] [[calendar era]] became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.
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  • {{C12 year in topic}}Year '''1174''' ('''[[Roman numerals|MCLXXIV]]''') was a [[common ye ...– [[Richard of Dover]] is enthroned as [[Archbishop of Canterbury]], in [[Kingdom of England|England]].
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  • ...32, 1242-1243.jpg|thumb|350px|Mongol invasions of Anatolia 1231-1232, 1242-1243]] ...ary 2015}}</ref> Remains of the Mongol cultural heritage still can be seen in Turkey, including tombs of a Mongol governor and a son of [[Hulagu]].
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  • {{C12 year in topic}}Year '''1190''' ('''[[Roman numerals|MCXC]]''') was a [[common year ====Asia====
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  • {{C13 year in topic}}Year '''1283''' ('''[[Roman numerals|MCCLXXXIII]]''') was a [[common ==== Asia ====
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  • | coronation = 29 November 1226 in [[Reims Cathedral]] ...ith the opposition of rebellious vassals and obtained a definitive victory in the [[Albigensian Crusade]] which had started 20 years earlier.
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  • [[File:Genghis Khan empire-en.svg|thumb|270px|[[Mongol Empire]] in 1227 at [[Genghis Khan]]' death]] ...br />'''Rev:''' Legend in [[Mongolian script]] (except for "Ghazan Mahmud" in Arabic): ''Tengri-yin Küchündür. Ghazan Mahmud. Ghasanu Deledkegülüg
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  • ...have changed as the stories and myths were passed on through generations. In the late 17th century, Alexander Tertzakian was a renowned Armenian writer ...o be the creator of the [[Armenian alphabet]]. This event which took place in the 5th century is considered to be one of the most important turning point
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  • ...iest, writer, poet, philosopher, and founder of the [[Sōtō]] school of Zen in Japan. Originally ordained as a monk in the [[Tendai|Tendai School]] in [[Kyoto]], he was ultimately dissatisfied with its teaching and traveled to
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  • {{This date in recent years}} ...(in present-day [[Iran]]) as part of their offensive on Islamic southwest Asia.
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  • ...106-81-9}}</ref> During the [[Pleistocene]], the dhole ranged throughout [[Asia]], [[Europe]], and [[North America]] but became restricted to its historica ...roup |location=Gland, Switzerland; Cambridge, UK |pages=x, 210–219}}</ref> In tropical forests, the dhole competes with the [[tiger]] (''Panthera tigris'
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  • ...ty Press |place=Cambridge |quote=The conquest of Constantinople (Istanbul) in 1453 can be taken as a watershed moment for Ottoman power, ideology, and go ...Ottomans is a black hole. Any attempt to fill this hole will result simply in more fables.}}</ref>
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  • {{This date in recent years}} ...itle=Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection: Leo III to Nicephorus III, 717 - 1801|url=https:
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  • ...th London, and became widely known for winning the [[24 Hours of Le Mans]] in [[1924 24 Hours of Le Mans|1924]], [[1927 24 Hours of Le Mans|1927]], [[192 ...of November 2012.<ref>{{cite news|last=Einhorn|first=Bruce|title=The Surge in China's Auto Sales May Soon Slow|url=http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2
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  • {{This date in recent years}} ...he approximate midpoint of spring in the Northern Hemisphere and of autumn in the Southern Hemisphere (starting the season at the March equinox).
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  • |countries = [[List of countries in the Americas by population|35]] |languages = [[Spanish language in the Americas|Spanish]], [[English language|English]], [[American Portuguese
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  • |caption = [[Swiss Global Air Lines]] Avro RJ100 in 2015 |status = In service
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  • {{About|the four feudal states established in the Levant around 1100}} {{short description|The four feudal Catholic Christian states created in the Levant by a series of religious wars}}
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  • ...apanese battleship|Mikasa||2}}, at the beginning of the Battle of Tsushima in 1905. The [[International maritime signal flags|signal flag]] being hoisted ...n characterized as the "dying echo of the old era&nbsp;– for the last time in the history of naval warfare, [[Ship of the line|ships of the line]] of a b
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