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  • Justinian II, known as Rhinotmetus (the Split-nosed) ( Years: 665 666 667 668 - 669 - 670 671 672 673 Decades: 630s 640s 650s - 660s - 670s 680s 690s Centuries: 6th century - 7th century - 8th century Events Theodore appointed Archibishop of Canterbury Births Justinian II, Byzantine emperor Deaths Hasan ibn Ali, grandson of... Justinian II re-takes the throne of the The Byzantine Empire is the term conventionally used to describe the The Roman Empire is not the Holy Roman Empire (843-1806). Roman Empire between AD 60 and 400 with major cities. During this time only Dacia and Mesopotamia were added to the Empire but were lost before 300. The... Byzantine Empire
  • Cenred (or Coenred, Coinred, Kenred) ruled the Anglo_Saxon kingdom of Mercia from 704 to 709. The son of Wulfhere, he was probably too young to succeed to the throne when Wulfhere died in 675, and so his uncle Aethelred ruled until 704, when he abdicated. The Anglo_Saxon Chronicle mentions Cenred... Cenred succeeds to the throne of Mercia, sometimes spelled Mierce, was one of the kingdoms of the Anglo-Saxon heptarchy, in what is now England, in the region of the Midlands, with its heart in the valley of the River Trent and its tributary streams. Mercias neighbours included Northumbria, Powys, the kingdoms of southern Wales... Mercia after his uncle For the later earl, see Earl Aethelred of Mercia. Æthelred (died 716) was King of Mercia from 675 to 704. He was a son of Penda and a brother of Wulfhere, whom he succeeded as king. In 676 he ravaged Kent with fire and sword, destroying monasteries and churches and... Aethelred abdicates to become abbot of Bardney



  • Saint Adamnan or Adomnan (625-704) was abbot of the monastery at Iona from 679 to 704. He was the author of The Life of Saint Columba. He was related to Columba, and was also responsible for the Cáin Adomnáin, or the Law of Adomnán. In 700... Adamnan, abbot of Alternate uses: see Iona (disambiguation). Iona, population 175, is a small island (1 mile wide, 3.5 miles long) of the Inner Hebrides, Scotland. In 563 Saint Columba, exiled from his native Ireland, founded a monastery here, and from here Christianity spread to the rest of Scotland. Many believe that... Iona (b. Years: 621 622 623 624 - 625 - 626 627 628 629 Decades: 590s 600s 610s - 620s - 630s 640s 650s Centuries: 6th century - 7th century - 8th century Events Pope Boniface V succeeded by Pope Honorius I Births Adamnan, abbot of Iona Empress Wu Zetian of China Deaths Pope Boniface V Categories: 625... 625)

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IBM Archives: 704 Data Processing System (1237 words)
The principal advanced feature of the 704 was its high-speed magnetic core storage or memory.
In a 704, thousands of cores were strung on a complex of wires in such a fashion that several wires passed through the center of each core.
Controls are included in the 704 for one 711, one 716, one 721, five 727's and one 753, one 733, and one 737.
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