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Part 20 claim

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A claim other than a claim by the claimant against the defendant. It includes (1) a counterclaim by the defendant against the claimant; (2) a counterclaim by the defendant against a third ...

Lepanto, battle of

Lepanto, battle of   Reference library

The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance

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2005
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History, Early Modern History (1500 to 1700)
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...12,000 Christian galley slaves. Casualties were extremely high on both sides (20,000 Ottomans and 8,000 Europeans). The victory was heralded all over Europe as the defeat of the Islamic Ottomans by the united forces of Christendom, but a year after the battle the Ottoman shipyards in Constantinople had replaced the galleys lost in the battle and regained their naval superiority. In 1573 Venice relinquished its claim to Cyprus (which had been captured by the Ottomans) as part of a peace treaty, and the following year the Turks recaptured Tunis from the...

Sigismund

Sigismund   Reference library

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...him from claiming his kingdom for seventeen years. He was crowned in Milan as king of Lombardy on 25 November 1431 , and was finally crowned as Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Eugenius IV on 31 May 1433 . He returned to Bohemia, and his claim to that crown was finally recognized in the Compactata of Prague ( 5 July 1436 ). He died in Znojmo (German Znaim) in Moravia on 9 December 1437 and was buried in Oradea (German Grosswardein, Hungarian Nagyvárad), in Transylvania. Sigismund appears amongst the dramatis personae of Marlowe 's Tamburlaine , part II;...

Revolt of the Netherlands

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The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance

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...King Philip as head of state in the Act of Abjuration ( July 1581 ). The enforced abjuration of Philip ended the governorship of Archduke Matthias (and his hope of a Netherlandish throne), and the new state, the United Provinces , became independent. Duke François arrived to claim his throne, and on 17 January 1583 he attacked Antwerp in an episode known as the ‘French fury’; he was eventually repelled and returned to France, where he died on 10 June 1584 . A month later, on 10 July 1584 , William of Orange was assassinated. Farnese's military campaign...

17th century

17th century: c. 1600 - 1700  

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...smoking of tobacco, which he considers a loathsome custom James VI (1566–1625) The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance 1 Britain 1500-1750 Social and domestic Scotland British Isles Europe Society Britain 1604 1604 The first false Dmitry marches into Russia with a Polish army to claim the throne Godunov, Boris Oxford Dictionary of English 3 War Europe Russia 1604 1604 Annibale Carracci completes an influential ceiling fresco in the Farnese palace in Rome Carracci, Annibale (1560–1609) The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance 1 Baroque Arts Painting Italian...

18th century

18th century: c. 1700 - 1800  

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...of World History 2 Austrian empire Habsburgs War Austria Empires 1748 1748 The peace treaty returns all captured territories to their owners – with the exception of Silesia, which becomes part of Prussia Aix‐la‐Chapelle, Treaty of (1748) A Dictionary of World History 2 Politics War Austria 1749 1749 A French official travels down the Ohio valley, placing markers to claim it for France New France A Dictionary of World History 2 French and Indian War Politics Conquest and colonization War European empires from 1415 French empire Europe Empires Wars and...

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