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The first reliable mentioning of Ashmyany ( in the Lithuanian Chronicles ) tells that after the death of Gediminas in 1341 the town was inherited, among other places, by Jaunutis.
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* 1457 BC – Likely date of the Battle of Megiddo between Thutmose III and a large Canaanite coalition under the King of Kadesh, the first battle to have been recorded in what is accepted as relatively reliable detail.
Isidro Sepúlveda, William Jackson and George Hills explicitly refute it ( Sepúlveda points out that if such a fact had actually happened, it would have caused a big crisis in the Alliance supporting the Archduke Charles ; George Hills explains that the story was first accounted by the Marquis of San Felipe, who wrote his book " Comentarios de la guerra de España e historia de su rey Phelipe V el animoso " in 1725, more than twenty years after the fact ; the marquis was not an eye-witness and cannot be considered as a reliable source for the facts that took place in Gibraltar in 1704.
With his solar and lunar theories and his trigonometry, he may have been the first to develop a reliable method to predict solar eclipses.
Krupp was the first company to patent a seamless, reliable and strong enough railroad tire for rail freight.
However, further studies by Felix Bloch with Arnold Nordsieck, and Victor Weisskopf, in 1937 and 1939, revealed that such computations were reliable only at a first order of perturbation theory, a problem already pointed out by Robert Oppenheimer.
The automatic revolver was popular when it first came out, but was quickly superseded by the creation of reliable, inexpensive semi-automatic pistols.
Another of the most common objections to reliabilism, made first to Goldman's reliable process theory of knowledge and later to other reliabilist theories, is the so-called generality problem.
The first reliable scholarly reference to rockets in China occurs in the Ko Chieh Ching Yuan ( The Mirror of Research ), which states that in 998 AD a man named Tang Fu invented a rocket of a new kind having an iron head.
The next governor, Isaac Pyke ( 1731 – 1738 ), had a tyrannical reputation but successfully extended tree plantations, improved fortifications and transformed the garrison and militia into a reliable force for the first time.
Devices using semiconductors at first were constructed based on empirical knowledge, but semiconductor theory provided a guide to construction of more capable and reliable devices.
This equipment was the first reliable regulator to be mass produced and was acquired as a standard breathing apparatus by the French Imperial Navy since 1865.
The first submersible with reliable information on its construction was built in 1620 by Cornelius Drebbel, a Dutchman in the service of James I of England.
Shen Lin and Brian Kernighan first published their method in 1972, and it was the most reliable heuristic for solving travelling salesman problems for nearly two decades.
* November 8 – Bernhard Zondek German-born Israeli gynecologist, developer of first reliable pregnancy test ( b. 1891 )
* July 29 – Bernhard Zondek German-born Israeli gynecologist, developer of first reliable pregnancy test ( d. 1966 )
This battle involves the military strategy of the general Sun Bin ( descendent of Sun Tzu ), and is the first battle in recorded history to give a reliable account of the handheld crossbow with trigger mechanism.
A Chinese alchemical text from 492 noted that saltpeter gave off a purple flame when ignited, providing for the first time a practical and reliable means of distinguishing it from other inorganic salts, making it possible to evaluate and compare purification techniques.
Other reliable scholars are convinced that an even later date, perhaps even the last decade of the first century CE right up to the turn of the century ( i. e. 90-100 ) is applicable.
CYCLADES was the first network to make the hosts responsible for the reliable delivery of data, rather than the network itself, using unreliable datagrams and associated end-to-end protocol mechanisms.
But Mosaic was the first browser written and supported by a team of full-time programmers, which was reliable and easy enough for novices to install, and the inline graphics proved immensely appealing.
Although the Xia is an important element in early Chinese history, reliable information on the history of China before 13th century BC can only come from archaeological evidence since China's first established written system on a durable medium, the oracle bone script, did not exist until then.
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* The 20th-century Irish poet Louis MacNeice references Catullus in his poem " Epitaph for Liberal Poets ," where he mentions Catullus as amongst the first liberal poets-" Catullus / went down young ," mentioning him in the context of the death of the individual and recognising his and the universal plight.
The 1703 exercise was the first census ever to cover all inhabitants of an entire country, mentioning the name, age, and social position of each individual.
In the first of two stanzas mentioning Fenrir in Vafþrúðnismál, Odin poses a question to the wise jötunn Vafþrúðnir:
The Ancient Indian Kama Sutra, dating from the first century AD, describes oral sex, discussing fellatio in great detail and only briefly mentioning cunnilingus.
The first Scandinavian documents mentioning a " land of the Finns " are two runestones: ( Söderby, Sweden, with the inscription finlont ( U 582 †), Gotland with the inscription finlandi ( G 319 M ) dating from the 11th century.
The exact nature of the " re-discovery " has been somewhat debated: De Vries published first on the subject, mentioning Mendel in a footnote, while Correns pointed out Mendel's priority after having read De Vries's paper and realizing that he himself did not have priority.
Ptolemy's Geographia, written in the 2nd century, is sometimes considered to contain the first mentioning of the Saxons.
" This was the first mentioning of the term synchronized swimming, although Curtis still used the term rhythmic swimming in her book, Rhythmic Swimming: A Source Book of Synchronized Swimming and Water Pageantry ( Minneapolis: Burgess Publishing Co., 1936 ).
The first word mentioning the name of Sumatra was the name of Srivijayan Haji ( king ) Sumatrabhumi (" King of the land of Sumatra "), who sent an envoy to China in 1017.
The first mention of a Uralic people is in Tacitus's Germania, mentioning the Fenni ( usually interpreted as referring to the Sami ) and two other possibly Uralic tribes living in the farthest reaches of Scandinavia.
Historical evidence favors the European origin of the name " coconut ", for there is nothing similar in any of the languages of India, where the Portuguese first found the fruit ; and indeed Barbosa, Barros, and Garcia, in mentioning the Malayalam name tenga, and Canarese narle, expressly say, " we call these fruits quoquos ", " our people have given it the name of coco ", and " that which we call coco, and the Malabars temga ".
The very first written definition / discussion on the fossil formation ( mentioning Nummulite quoted from A. M. Celâl Şengör ).
The only contemporary sources mentioning him are the two skaldic poems Haraldskvæði and Glymdrápa, which have been attributed to Þorbjörn Hornklofi or alternatively ( in the case of the first poem ) to Þjóðólfr of Hvinir.
The first entry in Music Index mentioning “ bluegrass music ” directed the reader to “ see Country Music ; Hillbilly Music ” ( Kretzschmar, 1970, p. 91 ).
" Black Francis of the Pixies cited Beefheart's The Spotlight Kid as one of the albums he listened to regularly when first writing songs for the band, and Kurt Cobain of Nirvana acknowledged Van Vliet's influence, mentioning him among his notoriously eclectic range.
The first surviving record explicitly mentioning the gard is from 1269: it notes a " Christianus, castellanus in castro Stolpis, et Hermannus, capellanus in civitate ante castrum predictum ", thus confirming the existence of a fortress (" castrum ") with a suburbium (" civitas ").
Valentinian had a full sister, Justa Grata Honoria, who was probably born in 417 or 418 ( the history of Paul the Deacon mentions her first when mentioning the children of the marriage, suggesting she was the eldest ).
According to anthropologist Paul R. Mullins, the first cookbook mentioning doughnuts was an 1803 English volume which included doughnuts in an appendix of American recipes.
The foundation of the city is attributed to Gaius Marius, around 102 BC, but the first document mentioning a place called " Ayga Mortas " ( dead waters ) dates from the 10th century AD.
The first document mentioning the existence of this community is the town charter granted by Mathieu d ' Alsace in 1181 to Gerard de Guelders, Count of Boulogne ; Calais became part of the county of Boulogne.