Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-07-03

  • 1284 – the legendary Pied Piper leads 130 children out of Hamelin, Germany #
  • @idiwa Yep, just another Saturday night! in reply to idiwa #
  • Ahhhh! I just lost the last 30 minutes of the podcast! could be a long night… #
  • 1461 – Edward IV is crowned King of England #
  • Born today in 1476 Giovanni Pietro Carafa, the future Pope Paul IV #
  • Died today in 767 Pope Paul I #
  • Born today in 1491 Henry VIII, King of England #
  • 1194 – Sverre Sigurdsson is crowned King of Norway #
  • 1444 – Skanderbeg defeats an Ottoman invasion force at Torvioll #
  • @gisellevirginia I never made it there. I hope to in the future in reply to gisellevirginia #
  • @Kajivar lol. Ned Stark and a couple of Henry VIII's wives have something in common… in reply to Kajivar #
  • Just picked up 'The Black Prince's Register' and 'The Anonimalle Chronicle' for some light summer reading. #
  • @gisellevirginia I know you can buy it on Amazon but last check it was close to $100! I will look around and see if I can find an e-copy in reply to gisellevirginia #
  • Born today in 1286 John de Warenne, 7th Earl of Surrey, English nobleman #
  • Died today in 1181 Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of Chester, English politician #
  • The coat of arms of Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of Chester #
  • 1422 – Battle of Arbedo: Francesco Bussone, the Count of Carmagnola leads the Duchy of Milan to victory against the Swiss Confederation #
  • Born today in 1470 Charles VIII “The Affable”, King of France #
  • Born today in 1492 Elizabeth Tudor, English princess, fourth child of Henry VII #
  • @katiewardwriter Thanks ! I enjoyed the article in reply to katiewardwriter #
  • RT @katiewardwriter: Blog post: the elusive story behind a medieval masterpiece #GirlReading #
  • @daykim71 Thanks for the #FF yesterday! in reply to daykim71 #



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