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Charles

(shahrl),
Jacques, French physicist, 1746-1823. See: Charles law.
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Two of Terralla's texts, Alegria Universal (1790) and El Sol en el Medio Dia (1790) had been sponsored by him, and the latter, a description of the indigenous festivities in honor of Charles IV, not only mentioned Mesa's sponsorship on the title page, but also included a dedicatory letter by Mesa to the Spanish king and two poems in praise of Mesa at the end of the narrative.
Written from Padua, Familiares X 1 is the first in a long series of letters addressed to Charles IV of Bohemia.
Voltaire's description of the election and coronation of Charles IV of Luxembourg seems more of a comment on the state of affairs on the eve of the Seven Years War than a chronicle of mid-fourteenth-century events.
After the "Babylonian Captivity" of papacy in Avignon (1309-1377), at the end of the reign of the Bohemian Emperor Charles IV, the papacy returned to Rome, but immediately after Charles' death followed the scandalous Great Schism (1378-1412) with anti-popes, resulting in the first major division of Christendom by the Hussites in Bohemia.
Vitus Cathedral, Charles Bridge, and numerous churches and palaces, were built mostly in the 14th century under the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV.
The sellers were William, Charles IV, Linda, Brian, Denia and Tanya Stanley, 18.
Two fascicles of Volume VI (1355-57) appeared in the late 1920s while the remaining ten fascicles of Volumes V-VII, covering less than two decades (1346-63) of the reign of Vaclav's father, Charles IV, appeared at irregular intervals from 1958 to 2004.
Building on this vast gothic stone bridge began in 1357, although it didn't get its present name - after King Charles IV of Bohemia - until 1870.
Prague has seen it all--from the grandeur of the Holy Roman Empire, ruled by Charles IV from this city, to the rise and fall of the Hapsburgs, and on through the terror and neglect of the Nazis and the Communists.
Those treated in depth are from the court of Charles IV in Prague, the frescoes in the papal palace in Avignon, and paintings made in Siena and Florence.
By the reign of Charles IV (1788-1808), regalist ministers would take political authority over Spanish Catholicism to its furthest extent by granting bishops full faculty of authority in the last days of the 18th century.
Twinam offers a broader look at expositos, or foundlings, revealing the conflict between a 1794 decree by Charles IV and local laws and mores.