Historical Events In July - 07
Wednesday, 20 October 2021
1124 Tyrus surrenders to Crusaders on this day in history.
1129 On this day in history shirakawa, emperor of Japan (1072-86)/budhist monk, dies at 76
1304 On this day in history benedict XI, [Niccolo Boccasini], Pope (1303-04), dies
1307 Edward I, King of England (1272-1307), dies at 68 on July - 07.
1348 John Andreae, Italian canonist, dies on July - 07.
1438 On July - 07 french church/King Charles VII release Pragmatieke Sanctie of Bourges
1456 A retrial verdict acquits Joan of Arc of heresy 25 years after her death on this day in history.
1495 On this day in history king Ferdinand II returns to Naples
1498 On this day in history emperor Maximilian I establishes choir of Imperial Chapel
1534 European colonization of the Americas: first known exchange between Europeans and natives of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, in New Brunswick on this day in history.
1543 On this day in history french troops invade Luxembourg
1550 On July - 07 chocolate introduced
1572 Sigismund II August, last Jagellonen king of Poland, dies at 51 on July - 07.
1585 King Henri III & Duke De Guise signs Treaty of Nemours: French Huguenots loose all freedoms on July - 07.
1607 "God Save the King" is 1st sung on July - 07.
1647 Thomas Hooker clergyman, father of American democracy, dies on this day in history.
1647 On this day in history people's uprising against high prices & Spanish rule in Naples
1647 Thomas Hooker, clergyman, father of American democracy, dies on July - 07.
1656 On July - 07 michelangelo Rossi, Italian opera composer, buried at about 55
1663 Thomas Baltzar, German violinist on July - 07.
1668 Isaac Newton receives MA from Trinity College, Cambridge on July - 07.
1690 Johann Tobias Krebs, composer on July - 07.
1694 On July - 07 dokusho, Zen teacher, Obaku line, dies
1710 On July - 07 arvid Niclas Hopken, composer
1713 On this day in history 1st performance of Georg F Handel's "To Deum" & "Jubilate"
1746 On this day in history ludwig Wenzel Lachnith, composer
1752 Joseph Marie Jacquard born French silk weaver Joseph Marie Jacquard was born. He perfected a loom that used punch cards to program various weaving patterns on July - 07.
1752 Joseph-Marie Jacquard, invented programmable loom on July - 07.
1753 British Museum founded by an Act of Parliament (opens in 1759) on July - 07.
1754 On this day in history kings College in NYC opens (renamed Columbia College)
1768 Firm of Johann Buddenbrook founded, in Thomas Mann's novel on July - 07.
1770 On this day in history russian fleet, with British sailors as officers, defeats Turkish navy at Tchesme, Turkey.
1771 On this day in history thomas Gray, English poet (Elegy), dies at 54
1773 On this day in history cornelis Douwes, Dutch mathematician/astronomer, dies at 60