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On his death Charlemagne's remains were interred in the cathedral and can be seen there to this day.
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On and death
On the anniversary of her father's death she poured out with agonized tears her feelings of guilt about not having attended his funeral.
On the other hand, Christian faith knows that death is more than the natural termination of temporal existence.
On home sets children were watching the death throes of men who were shot before the paredon, the firing wall.
On the day of his wife's death he wrote two verses from the Psalms, and the prayer, ' O Lord, God of Mercy, unite me in Heaven with those whom you have permitted me to love on earth.
On the death of Alexander, around 242 BC, Olympias assumed the regency on behalf of her sons, and married Phthia to Demetrius.
On the death of Edgar in 1107 he succeeded to the Scottish crown ; but, in accordance with Edgar's instructions, their brother David was granted an appanage in southern Scotland.
On attaining his majority at the age of 21 in 1262, Alexander declared his intention of resuming the projects on the Western Isles which the death of his father thirteen years before had cut short.
On 26 June, Alexei died in the Petropavlovskaya fortress in Saint Petersburg, two days after the senate had condemned him to death for conspiring rebellion against his father, and for hoping for the cooperation of the common people and the armed intervention of his brother-in-law, the emperor.
On the death of her father in 526, her son succeeded him, but she held the power as regent for her son.
On Silo's death, he was elected king by Adosinda's allies, but the magnates raised his uncle Mauregatus to the throne instead.
On the other hand, loss of control of cell death ( resulting in excess apoptosis ) can lead to neurodegenerative diseases, hematologic diseases, and tissue damage.
On Arnulf's death in 899, he was succeeded as a king of the East Franks by his son by his wife Ota ( died 903 ), Louis the Child.
On his death, Ammannati won the competition for the continuing of this assignment over other famous sculptors, such as Benvenuto Cellini and Vincenzo Danti.
On the death of Louis II in 1417 it reverted to Savoy, and, although Count René again retook the area for Provence in 1471, it had returned to Savoyard dominance by the start of the 16th century, by which point the County of Provence had become united with the Kingdom of France due to the death of Count Charles V in 1481.
On the death of Ahaz, c. 715 BCE, his son Hezekiah followed a policy which Isaiah saw as dangerous, waging war on the Philistine cities and on Edom even though territory under direct Assyrian control ( i. e., the former kingdom of Israel ) now came to within a few miles of Jerusalem.
On Tiglath-Pileser's death Israel rebelled, resulting in an Assyrian counter-attack and the destruction of the capital, Samaria, in 721 after a three-year siege.
On Queen Victoria's death, they did not have a general staff, a permanent divisional and corps organization, or enlistment by conscription.
On Elizabeth's death in 1603, the 1559 book, substantially that of 1552 which had been regarded as offensive by the likes of Bishop Stephen Gardiner as being a break with the tradition of the Western church, had come to be regarded in some quarters as unduly Catholic.
On and Charlemagne's
On the other hand, some historians have speculated that Charlemagne opposed formal marriages for his daughters out of concern for political rivalries from their potential husbands ; none of Charlemagne's daughters were married, despite political offers of arranged marriages.
On the other hand, they may have been related to the adoptionist controversy which had brought Bermudo's kingdom into Charlemagne's view.
On the northern edges of the relatively recent Holy Roman Empire, with its roots in Charlemagne's conquests about two hundred years prior to Sweyn's time, Sweyn Forkbeard had coins made with an image in his likeness.
On his way back there happened the famous event of Roncesvalles ( Roncevaux in French ): Charlemagne's rear-guard was attacked in the pass of the same name by some Basque warriors.
On and remains
On 15 December 1840, brought back to France from Saint Helena, Napoleon's remains passed under it on their way to the Emperor's final resting place at the Invalides.
For example, at the time that Darwin first published On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection ( 1859 ), no remains of human ancestors had yet been found.
On July 8, 2000, FM-2030 died from pancreatic cancer and was placed in cryonic suspension at the Alcor Life Extension Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona, where his body remains today.
On January 22, 2009, President Obama signed executive orders directing the CIA to shut what remains of its network of " secret " prisons and ordering the closing of the Guantanamo detention camp within a year.
On 30 April, Hitler and Eva Braun committed suicide, after which Soviet forces found their remains, which had been burned at Hitler's directive.
John Sheppard, in his analysis of dreams titled On Dreams ( 1847 ), lamented Coleridge's drug use as getting in the way of his poetry but argued: " It is probable, since he writes of having taken an ' anodyne ,' that the ' vision in a dream ' arose under some excitement of that same narcotic ; but this does not destroy, even as to his particular case, the evidence for a wonderfully inventive action of the mind in sleep ; for, whatever were the exciting cause, the fact remains the same ".
" It remains one of the strangest aberrations in the past 50 years of popular music ... On its release in 1967, it came and went quietly without troubling the charts.
On the remains of a wooden coffin in the northwest corner of the tomb lay a skeleton of a man 1. 59 metres in height and about 60 years old.
On 19 June 1250, following the canonisation of Malcolm's wife Margaret by Pope Innocent IV, Margaret's remains were disinterred and placed in a reliquary.
On March 16, 2011, the President's Task Force on Puerto Rico's Status issued a third report that reaffirned the legal position adopted by the three previous presidents over nearly a quarter century that Puerto Rico remains today " subject to the Territory Clause of the U. S. Constitution ( see Report at page 26 ), that the territory's long-term economic well-being would be enhanced by an early resolution of the political status problem ( p. 33 ) and devotes most of the report to extensive economic analysis and recommendations.
On the way to Pisa, he stopped at Lucca and ordered Antipope Victor IV's body to be removed from his tomb and his remains thrown out of the church.
On April 30, 2008, Russian forensic scientists announced that DNA testing proves that the remains belong to the Tsarevich Alexei and to one of his sisters.
On 24 August 2012, the University of Leicester and Leicester City Council, in association with the Richard III Society, announced that they had joined forces to begin a search for the mortal remains of King Richard.
On the other hand, the concentration of carbon-14 falls off so steeply that the age of relatively young remains can be determined precisely to within a few decades.
On the morning of 19 December 2011, Saab Automobile AB officially declared bankruptcy while Saab AB remains in operation.
The composer for Tomb Raider remains unannounced On 21 December 2010, a podcast was released via the exclusive Game Informer media coverage.
Soviet philatelic commemoration: At its 20th anniversary in 1975, the Warsaw Pact remains On Guard for Peace and Socialism.
On April 26, 2007 the Washington Post reported that an SCI cemetery in Alexandria, Virginia had improperly buried the remains of the stillborn daughter of Nsombi Hale in a grave too shallow ( in a grave about 8 inches deep ).
On the basis of the analysis of the skeletal remains of the consumed animals he concluded that hominids and early humans were mostly scavengers, not hunters, and this idea is popular among some archaeologists and paleoanthropologists.
On 20 January 1569, Coverdale died in London and was buried in St. Bartholomew's by the Exchange ; when that church was demolished in 1840 to make way for the new Royal Exchange, his remains were moved to St. Magnus.