1381 The Peasant's Revolt, led by Wat Tyler, climaxed when rebels plundered
and burned the Tower of London, and killed the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Giovanni (Juan) Borgia, favorite son of Pope Alexander VI, was murdered,
allegedly by his brother Cesare or by his younger brother Gioffre.
1645 Oliver Cromwell routed the Royalists at
the Battle of Naseby, giving parliament victory in the civil war.