37 Gnaeus Julius Agricola was born. He was a Roman general
noted for conquering all of England and part of Scotland (77-84).
49 Pope Leo
I, The Great, presented his Tome, affirming the reality of the two natures of
Christ human and divine to Flavian, the Bishop of Constantinople.
'Edict of Milan' was proclaimed, ending the persecution of Christians across
the Roman Empire.
823 Charles I (the Bald) was born. He was the Grandson of
Charlemagne who with his two half brothers divided Charlemagne's empire into
three parts, with Charles becoming the first king of France (843-877).
Coronation of Alexander III as King of Scots.
1373 Anglo-Portuguese Treaty of Alliance (world's oldest) was signed in
1525 Martin Luther married
Katharina von Bora, against the celibacy rule decreed by the Roman Catholic
Church for priests and nuns.
1625 King Charles I married Henrietta Maria of
France, Princess of France.