The July 12 is the 193rd day of the Gregorian Calendar ( 194th in leap years), thus 172 days remain until the end of the year.
- 3.1 Before the 19th century
- 3.2 19th century
- 3.3 20th century
- 3.4 21st century
Politics and World Affairs
- 927: King Æthelstan Howell is the best and Ealdred I recognized in Eamont Bridge of the kings Constantine II, Eogan I, as Overlord. The meeting is considered the founding of the Kingdom of England.
- 2006: In southern Lebanon, Hezbollah fighters fired rockets stationed on the Israeli town of Shlomi on and the Shebaa Farms and simultaneously start a border attack on two Israeli military vehicles, two Israeli soldiers were captured. The so-called operation -held promise is the trigger for the war in Lebanon in 2006.
Science and Technology
- 0526: Felix III. is Bishop of Rome. For his choice, he finds in the Ostrogoth Theodoric an advocate.
- 1153: Corrado della Suburra ( Konrad von Suburra ) is from the conclave in Rome as the successor of Eugenius III. elected Pope. He takes the name of Anastasius IV.
- 1562: Diego de Landa can burn as Bishop of Yucatán in an auto da fe fonts, images and symbols of the Maya. He wants to convert the Indians to Christianity.
- 1691: Antonio Pignatelli is Pope as a compromise candidate between two strong factions. He chooses the name of Innocent XII for the duration of his pontificate.
- 1730: After over 129 days protracted opinion Lorenzo Corsini chosen as Pope. The nearly blind 78 -year-old climbs as Clement XII. the Chair of Peter.
Minor accidents are listed in the sub- items of disaster.
Entries of Athletics world records are located under the respective discipline under Athletics. Entries to the World Cup games are found in the bottoms of football 's World Cup. The same is true for the European Football Championships.
Before the 19th century
Before the 19th century
- 0886: Ansbald of Prüm, sainted Abbot
- 1441: Ashikaga Yoshinori, 6th shogun of the Ashikaga shogunate
- 1450: Jack Cade, English rebel leader
- 1525: Nicolaus marshal, German legal scholar, humanist and historian
- 1536: Erasmus of Rotterdam, Dutch humanist
- 1664: Francis Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Trowbridge, English politician
- 1678: Antoine III. de Gramont, French diplomat and Marshal of France
- 1712: Richard Cromwell, Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland
- 1742: Evaristo Dall'Abaco, Italian violinist, cellist and composer
- 1773: Johann Joachim Quantz, German musician and composer
- 1785: Louis- René de Caradeuc de La Chalotais, French jurist
- 2003: Benny Carter, American jazz saxophonist
- 2005: Piero Cappuccilli, Italian opera singer
- 2005: Willi Heinrich, German writer
- 2007: Robert Buras Solli, Norwegian guitarist and songwriter
- 2008: Tony Snow, American journalist
- 2009: Simon Vinkenoog, Dutch writer and poet
- 2010: Günter Behnisch, German architect
- 2010: Harvey Pekar, American comic book writer
- 2011; Karl -Heinz Ducke, German Catholic priest and theologian
- 2012; Alexander Pflum, German football player
- 2013; Thomas Ortner, an Austrian journalist
Holidays and observances
- Religious observances Nathan Soderblom, Archbishop of Uppsala ( Protestant)
- St. Felix of Africa, martyr and patron saint ( Catholic)
- St. Hermagoras, lecturer and Martyrs ( Catholic)
- St. Nabor, Roman Soldier, Martyr and Patron Saint ( Catholic)
- St. Ansbald of Prüm, Abbot ( Catholic)
- Name Days Felix
- State Holidays and observances Kiribati: independence from Great Britain (1979 )
- São Tomé and Príncipe, independence from Portugal (1975 )
More entries contains the list of commemorative and action days.
- Day in July