Events noted in 0700

The event pages are experimental; the OCR errors in the text mean this is incomplete and unreliable but I offer it in the hopes that it will be of some use. Events shown include births and deaths of people with their own entries, and also the publication dates of some of the works cited.

700

Born: Abou-Hanifah (700–?)

Born: Propertius, Sextus Aurelius (700–?)

704

Died: Adamanus (624704)

“The Church Catechism explained, for the use of the diocese of St. Asaph,” Beveridge, William (16361707)

705

“Avis salutaire a tout le monde, contre Tabus cles liqueurs chaudes, & particulierement du caffe, du chocolat, & du the.” Duncan, Daniel (16491735)

713

Born: Alfenus Varus (713–?)

714

“Pollio,” Virgil, In Latin, Publius Virgiuus Maro,

715

Born: Monro, John (715–?)

723

Died: Andrew (?–723)

726

Born: Paulinus (726804)

735

Born: Paterculus, Caius Velleius (735–?)

740

Died: Acca, St. (?–740)

743

Died: Paul (?–743)

745

Died: Mæcenas, Caius Cilnius (?–745)

747

“Connection,” Shuckford, Samuel (?–1754)

750

“Select Satires of Horace,' translated into English verse, and for the most part adapted to the present times and manners,” Geddes, Alexander (17371807)

753

Born: Adalard (753–?)

755

“The Actor,” Quin, James (16931700)

760

Died: Damascenes, John (?–760)

“Decanonizatio Thomae Cautuariensis & suorum,” James, Richard (1592–?)

762

Born: Abu-Nowas (762810)

“Dissertatio de felici audacia Horatii,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus (17381771)

765

“Dissertations on Hermaphrodites,” Arnaud De Ronsil, Georges

779

Born: Agobard (779–?)

785

Born: Rabanus Maurus, Magnentius (785856)

790

Born: Nithard (790–?)

“A Supplementary volume to the Leicestershire Views, containing a series of Excursions, in 1790, to the villages and places of note in the county,” Throsby, John (17401803)

791

“A dissertation upon the Phoenician numeral characters, anciently used at Sidon,” Swinton, John (1703–?)

793

Born: Theodulphus (793821)

798

“Remarks on the Uses of the Definitive Article in the Greek of the New Testament; containing many new proofs of the Divinity of Christ, from passages which are wrongly translated in the common English Version. To which is added a plain matter-of-fact argument for the Divinitv of Christ, by the Editor,” Sharp, Granville (17341813)