Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-06-12

  • The peasants revolted! The Queen and I were forced to do our own yard work today. It was a sunny 90F/32C out! Medieval events forthcoming #
  • 1002 – King Henry II the Saint is crowned Holy Roman Emperor #
  • R.I.P. 840 – Agobard, Archbishop of Lyon #
  • 1099 – The Siege of Jerusalem begins during the First Crusade #
  • 1329 -Robert the Bruce King of Scotland dies. #TwitPict #
  • Experience old Europe with a tour of Austria's medieval fortresses #
  • Step back in time with the Tewkesbury Medieval Festival, 10-11 July #
  • Medieval German law code unearthed in Sweden #
  • 1191 – King Richard I arrives in Acre and began assaulting the city. This is the start of The Third Crusade. #
  • R.I.P 1042 – Harthacanute, king of Denmark and England #
  • R.I.P 1376 – Edward of Woodstock 'The Black Prince' #
  • Tours of castles in Austria #
  • 1075 – The First Battle of Langensalza; Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV defeats the Saxons near the river Unstrut #
  • 1190 – During the Third Crusade Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa drowns in the river Saleph while leading an army to Jerusalem. #
  • R.I.P 1075 – Ernest of Austria #
  • Colorado RenFest starts tomorrow! Get your tickets now. #
  • 1429 – The Battle of Jargeau.begins during the Hundred Years' War: #
  • R.I.P. 1183 – Henry the Young King, son of Henry II of England, dies of dysentery. #
  • Cold and rainy day. Perfect for staying in and watching the US v. Eng match!! #
  • 1381 – Peasants' Revolt, rebels arrive at Blackheath, England #
  • R.I.P 1020 – Lyfing, Archbishop of Canterbury #



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