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This Day in History - May 28

May 28 585 BC – A solar eclipse interrupts a battle outside Sardis in western Turkey between Medes and Lydians. The battle ends in a draw 1738 – Dr. Joseph-Ignance Guillotin, French inventor of the exec


This Day in History - May 27

May 27 927 – Simeon I of Bulgaria dies 1564 – Protestant reformer John Calvin dies 1647 – Achsah Young becomes the first woman known to be executed as a witch in Massachusetts 1668 – T


This Day in History - May 26

May 26 17 – Germanicus of Rome celebrates his victory over the Germans 735 – English monk, historian, and theologian, Bede, dies 1328 – William of Ockham is forced to flee from Avignon by Pope


This Day in History - May 25

May 25 585 BC – Thales of Greece makes the first known prediction of a solar eclipse 992 – Mieszko I of Poland dies 1085 – Alfonso VI takes Toledo, Spain fro the Muslims 1660 – Charles


This Day in History - May 24

May 24 1153 – David I of Scotland dies 1543 – Nicolaus Copernicus publishes proof of a sun-centered solar system and then he dies shortly after 1544 – English physician and scientist William Gi


This Day in History - May 23

May 23 1430 – Burgundians capture Joan of Arc and sell her to the English 1533 – Henry VII’s marriage to Catherine of Aragon is declared null and void 1618 – The Thirty Years War begins a


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