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C. E. Beneš

Genoa was converted to the faith of Christ in the sixty-eighth year from the birth of the Lord, which is the thirty-fifth year from the Passion of the Lord. And if we affirm that which is even more likely—that Genoa had been converted to the faith of Christ even before Nazarius preached there—then we must conclude that the city of Genoa was converted to the faith even fewer than thirty-five years after the Passion of Christ

in Jacopo Da Varagine’s Chronicle of the city of Genoa
Jousts, shooting fraternities and Chambers of rhetoric
Andrew Brown and Graeme Small

, if necessary, he will be expelled on the advice of our bailli and the aldermen. We wish the sixty companions and brothers to be organised into six groups of ten, each with a reliable chief who will serve as its leader. The groups will be required to go shooting on the days allocated to them in the grounds which were recently given to the

in Court and civic society in the Burgundian Low Countries c.1420–1530
I. S. Robinson

could be seen by human eyes, a happy death, about the sixty-first year of her life and the forty-fourth year of marriage with her husband. She was buried in the village of Altshausen under the chapel of St Udalric, which she had built, 291 in the tomb that she had prepared for herself. It is pleasant to write down these verses as her epitaph. 292

in Eleventh-century Germany
Samuel K. Cohn, Jr

strange uprising. The following night they made several attacks against the citizens. Thus the squadron leaders of the militia companies of the fifties and the sixties assembled ten thousand bourgeois armed to the teeth. At first, these tried in every way to bring the agitated plebes to their senses. But seeing that sweet words would not move them, they thought it wise not to confront the crowd’s blind

in Popular protest in late-medieval Europe
Alison K. McHardy

accuracy. In imitation of this the king of England ordered grand tournaments and feasts to be held in the city of London, where sixty knights would be accompanied by sixty noble ladies, richly ornamented and dressed. The sixty knights were to tilt for two days: on the Sunday after Michaelmas day, and the Monday following [10 and 11 October. Details of the planned jousting follow

in The reign of Richard II