Camillo Agrippa, author of Trattato di scientia d’arme, died on 1 January 1600.
The first edition of 6,000 copies was published on 19 December 1843.
Anne Greene survived her execution on 14 December 1650.
The Pope, in a bull of 22 November 1903, ended the use of the male singers in the Sistine Chapel, who had previously dominated men’s opera.
The women’s army, regarded as superior to its male counterpart, last saw action at Cana on 4 November 1892.
Edith Lanchester was abducted and committed on 25 October 1895, causing a national outcry.
After the death of Harold on 14 October 1066, Edgar Ætheling’s claim to the throne gained support.
The infamous Mary Mallon was born on 23 September 1869.
Luigi Galvani discovered that the spinal cords of a frog carried an electric charge on 20 September 1786.
The first of three articles that proved the Protocols of the Elders of Zion was a forgery was published in The Times on 16 August 1921.