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Historical Moments for Jul 23

In Events:
July 23rd 0636   Arabs gain control of most of Palestine from Byzantine Empire
July 23rd 0685   John V begins his reign as Catholic Pope
July 23rd 1148   Crusaders attack Damascus
July 23rd 1215   Frederik II crowns himself Roman Catholic king
July 23rd 1253   Jews are expelled from Vienne France by order of Pope Innocent III
July 23rd 1298   Jews are massacred at Wurzburg Germany
July 23rd 1298   Rindfleish Persecutions-Jewish community Wurzburg Germany annihilated
July 23rd 1403   Battle of Shrewsbury fought by Percys against King Henry IV
July 23rd 1431   Council of Basel opens
July 23rd 1431   G Cesarini opens Counsel of Basel (Ferrara/Florence)
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In Births:
July 23rd 1339   Louis I, Duke of Anjou/King of Naples (Battle at Poitiers)
July 23rd 1401   Francesco Sfoza, soldier
July 23rd 1659   Antonius Schultingh, [Schultingius], Dutch lawyer
July 23rd 1734   Antonio Maria Gasparo Sacchini, opera composer [or Jun 14 1730]
July 23rd 1735   Johannes Herbst, composer
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In Deaths:
July 23rd 0945   Richarius, bishop of Luik (922-45), dies
July 23rd 1373   Birgitta van Sweden, Swedish saint, dies
July 23rd 1403   Henry Percy, [Harry Hotspur], killed in battle at 39
July 23rd 1562   Gottfried/G”tz von Berlichingen, German Knight of kingdom, dies
July 23rd 1568   Don Carlos, son of Spanish king Philip II, dies at about 23
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