posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 06:04 PM
reply to post by iLemming
lets see what else was going on,,around that time shall we Mr. Peabody,,,
1402 Jul 20, In the Battle of Angora the Mongols, led by Tamerlane "the Terrible," defeated the Ottoman Turks and captured Sultan Bayezid I. The
Turks eventually regained control of the city and it remained a part of the Ottoman Empire for the next five centuries.
this is cool,,,
c1400 In Wales Owain Glyndwr (Owen Glendower c1359-c1460) led the warriors of Gwynned in a bloody revolt against Henry IV. The event was marked by a
the comet part,,,sorry i drift,,
c1400-1425 Yong Le, the 3rd Ming emperor, created a permanent imperial residence in Beijing. Work was done by some 200,000 laborers and in time became
the 8,886-room complex called the "Forbidden City."
1449 The giant Scottish bombard known as Mons Meg was built. It was retired from active service in 1680, after splitting her barrel while firing a
ceremonial shot. She can still be seen in Edinburgh castle.
here we go,,
1449 Ashikaga Yoshimasa (14) inherited the office of Shogun, the chief military and civic leader of feudal Japanese society. His leadership focused on
the arts and depleted the national treasury which led to social and political anarchy.
here,,1448 In China hyperinflation hit and paper money lost 97% of its value. China soon abandoned paper money.
so ya,, thats why.