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Posted 07 March 2013 - 11:10 AM
Translated from the great Old English diary, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, for the year 803AD: This year died Hibbald, Bishop of Holy-island, on the twenty-fourth of June, and Egbert was consecrated in his stead. Archbishop Ethelherd also died in Kent, and Wulfred was chosen archbishop in his stead. Abbot Forthred, in the course of the same year, departed this life.
The year 803AD also saw fierce storms lash Ireland on St Patrick's Day, killing 1000 people.
Edited by TheLastLazyGun, 07 March 2013 - 11:11 AM.
Johannes Kepler believed that the Star of Bethlehem was actually triple conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn (three meetings of said two planets) in Pisces constellation in 7 BC, or/and conjunction of Jupiter, Saturn and Mars in 6 BC. Such conjunction happens every
Just like my birthday. Yes, I'm that old I celebrate my birthday only every 805 years to save on candles. Yuck fou, bat