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Annexing Dates to the Memorable Occurrences, from the Earliest Period of History to the Present Time: ... Also the Sovereigns of England and Scotland, Distinguished Painters, &c. and Eminent Men of All Professions
Io96; it consumed all the houses and churches from the west to the east gate —The city burnt again 1132, and in 1136—At London bridge, it began on the Southwark side, but by some accident, not accounted for, it took fire at the other end, ...
it was burnt again by the soldiers of Septimius Severus. Lugdu- num contained the famous Ara Augvsti, erected in 12 b.c. or 1 0 B.C., by the sixty Gallic States in honour of Augustus. In the reign of Marcus Aurelius this town was the ...
by George Watt
burnt again or used as fuel. A second hoeing is given about a month after, and a sort of rough tilth is obtained this time. The land is left in this condition till the beginning of the rains, when holes are dug all over the field exactly 36 inches ...
A Geographical Dictionary, representing the present and ancient names of all the countries, provinces, remarkable cities ... of the whole world ... With a short historical account of the same, etc (1693)
Burnt again by Lightning under Titus, and reedified with very great pomp by Domitian, who constituted a Quinquennial Celebration of Games, (which became an Æra) by the Name of Agones Capitolini, after the manner of the Olympiadi.
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