Category Archives: AD 0304

Today in HisStory – January 22

Vincent of Saragossa, Spain’s first famous martyr who had been starved, racked, exposed in the stocks, and partially roasted, died. (304 AD) Postal service between New York and Boston began. (1673) Prince William of Orange, future King William III of … Continue reading

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Today in HisStory – January 21

Agnes, a thirteen year old girl, was tortured and beheaded for refusing to renounce Christ. (304 AD) German King Heinrich IV petitioned Pope Gregory VII for forgiveness. (1077) History’s first Anabaptist baptismal service took place in Zurich, Switzerland. (1525) A … Continue reading

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