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Trump Putin Meeting - History

President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin met in Helsinki Finland on July 16 2018, for a summit meeting. What was actually said in the meeting may never be known as President Trump insistenced the first part of the meeting would take place only between him and Putin. The real story of the meeting was the joint press conference afterward.
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The Illnesses of King Richard and King Philippe on the Third Crusade

The Illnesses of King Richard and King Philippe on the Third Crusade: An Understanding of arnaldia and leonardie By Thomas Gregor WagnerCrusades, Vol.10 (2011)Introduction: The crusade of King Richard I of England and Philippe Augustus II of France was ill-fated. In 1191, after just a few days of intense fighting before the walls of Acre, both kings fell ill from an enigmatic illness known in Latin as arnaldia and in French as leonardie.
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The Saintly Female Body and the Landscape of Foundation in Anglo-Saxon Barking

The Saintly Female Body and the Landscape of Foundation in Anglo-Saxon BarkingBy Lisa M.C. WestonMedieval Feminist Forum, Vol. 43 (2007)Introduction: Toward the end of the seventh century an Anglo-Saxon noblewoman named Ethelburga became the first abbess of a new monastery. Her foundation of what would become known as Barking Abbey – and especially the abbey’s subsequent development around her tomb – effectively transformed the landscape of the Greater London area and western Essex.
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Constantius and the Visigothic Settlement in Gaul

Constantius and the Visigothic Settlement in GaulSole, George AndrewHonours Thesis, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Paper 126, Spring (1999)AbstractAfter the death of Theodosius the Great in A.D.395 there were a string of seventeen emperors in the Western Roman Empire, beginning with Theodosius’s son Honorius, and ending with the last Roman emperor Romulus, who was deposed by the Germanic general Odoacer in 476.
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