Wednesday 4 March 2015, 16:41:54

Does time loop?
4 March 1394: Henry the Navigator, infante of the Kingdom of Portugal, is born in Oporto.
4 March 1461: Edward of York is declared king in London, bringing the House of York to the throne of England.
4 March 1678: Antonio Vivaldi, Italian composer, is born in Venice.
4 March 1769: Muhammad Ali, Albanian commander in the Ottoman army, self-declared Khedive of Egypt and Sudan, is born Muhammad Ali Pasha al-Mas'ud ibn Agha in Kavala in the Greek province of Macedonia.
4 March 1822: Jules Antoine Lissajous, French mathematician, is born in Versailles.
4 March 1832: Jean-François Champollion, French philologist and orientalist who broke the code of the Rosetta stone, dies after suffering a stroke in Paris at age 41.
4 March 1852: Nikolai Gogol, Russian author, dies in Moscow at age 42.
4 March 1887: German inventor Gottlieb Daimler presents his first gasoline powered automobile in Esslingen.
4 March 1887: The Hearst Corporation is founded by William Randolph Hearst in San Francisco.
4 March 1918: At Fort Riley in Kansas company cook Albert Gitchell reports sick, the first dated instance of the “Spanish Flu” pandemic.
4 March 1933: Franklin D. Roosevelt is inaugurated as the 32th president of the United States.
4 March 1936: The LZ 129 Hindenburg, the largest airship ever built, makes its maiden voyage from the German Luftschiffbau Zeppelin GmbH factory on the shores of the Bodensee.
4 March 1947: France and the United Kingdom sign a Treaty of Alliance and Mutual Assistance in Dunkirk, expanded to the Treaty of Brussels the following year.
4 March 1974: The ABBA song “Waterloo” is released, their first multinational number one hit and their ticket to stardom at the Eurovision Song Contest in April.
Success consecrates the most offensive crimes. ~ Seneca
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4umi user made info         Painting by Raphael, La Scuola di Atene or The School of Athens, 1509-1511, fresco on the wall in the Palazzo Apostolico in the Vatican, 7.7×5.0 m.