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This Day in History - December 15

December 15   37 – Emperor of Rome, blamed for the Great Fire of Rome, Nero Claudius Caesar, is born 533 – The Vandals under King Gelimer are defeated by Byzantine General Belisarius at the Batt


This Day in History - December 14

December 14   557 – The capital of the Byzantine Empire, Constantinople, is damaged by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake 644 – Companion of Muhammad, Uthman ibn Affan, is appointed 3rd Caliph of Islam


This Day in History - December 13

December 13 1204 – Spanish rabbi and philosopher, Maimonides dies 1577 – Francis Drake sets out for Plymouth, England on a mission to raid Spanish holdings and to explore the Pacific Ocean 1585 &ndas


SLAVERY – THEN AND NOW – THE FINAL CHAPTER

In Part One we looked at the early days of slavery in the western hemisphere. Part Two looked at the era up to the Civil War, and in Part Three we covered the post-war era and Reconstruction


This Day in History - December 12

December 12 627 – Byzantine Emperor Heraclius defeats Sassanid forces during the Byzantine-Sassanid Wars during the Battle at Nineveh 1745 – John Jay, first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, is born


This Day in History - December 11

December 11   1620 – 103 Mayflower pilgrims land at Plymouth Rock 1688 – James II abdicates the throne due to William of Orange landing in England 1725 – American politician, George Mas


The Battlefield of Ideas

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