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AD 61 :

Roman Empire
Publius Petronius Turpilianus and Lucius Caesennius Paetus become Roman consuls.
The Druidic stronghold of Anglesey in north Wales is attacked and destroyed by Suetonius Paulinus (Tacitus, Annals xiv 30).
Verulamium (St Alban) is sacked and burnt by the Britons. Roman citizens are molested and killed.
Boudica, Queen of the Iceni, leads a Celtic revolt in Britain. She is defeated in the Battle of Watling Street by a Roman wedge formation. According to the First Century Roman historian Tacitus, she died by poisoning herself so she would not be enslaved by the Roman governor, Suetonius Paulinus. Cassius Dio, on the other hand, tells an alternative version of Boudica’s death, simply saying that she “fell sick and died.”
After defeating the Iceni, the Romans continue the process of Romanizing Britain. They create Roman-style cities, install a Roman administration and build roads.
Galba becomes governor of Hispania Tarraconensis.

BC 1289?-1061:

AD 1209:

Crusade of the french vs the Cathars (competing christian belief system + control over rich province)

The Albigensian Crusade, brutal as it was, was the source of a famous quote by one of the knight-commanders: when asked by his men whom should be killed and whom should be spared, he replied, “Kill them all; God will know his own.”

One of the main heretical doctrines which so inflamed the Church was the Cathar belief of dualism. Their cosmological viewpoint held that all matter was the creation of a force or deity which was not the true God, but a usurper.

AD 1487:

comet, in the east, new prophet, unexplainable calamities, leonardo da vinci

AD 1182:
maronites make peace with rome


la pergamena dell’evoczione viene al phenomena.cene sono 3 copie latine,conosciute,una in uk somewhere,una da un collezionista in germania e una nelle volte del vaticano.

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Horrors in the Mist VorrinTal