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  2. Immo (Lotharingian count) - Wikipedia

    Count Emmo, Immo or Immon, was the name of at least one important Lotharingian nobleman in the 10th century, described by medieval annalists as a cunning strategist. Various life events of a nobleman of this name were recorded, although historians differ about exactly which records refer to the same person or people.

  3. King Charles has banned 1 of Kate Middleton's favorite foods

    King Charles is taking a stand against foie gras. The Telegraph reported that England's new pen-hating monarch has reportedly banned the controversial food—which is made via the cruel practice ...

  4. Pair in court accused of criminal damage to frame of Van Gogh ...

    Two women are due to appear in court charged with criminal damage to the frame of a famous Vincent Van Gogh painting at a London art gallery. The Metropolitan Police said 28 arrests were made in ...

  5. File:Wapen van Gent.svg - Wikipedia

    File:Wapen van Gent.svg. Size of this PNG preview of this SVG file: 333 × 599 pixels. Other resolutions: 133 × 240 pixels | 267 × 480 pixels | 427 × 768 pixels | 569 × 1,024 pixels | 1,139 × 2,048 pixels | 382 × 687 pixels. This is a file from the Wikimedia Commons. Information from its description page there is shown below.

  6. Gravensteen - Wikipedia

    Gravensteen. / 51.057222; 3.720556. The Gravensteen ( Dutch; literally "Castle of the Counts") is a medieval castle at Ghent, East Flanders in Belgium. The current castle dates from 1180 and was the residence of the Counts of Flanders until 1353. It was subsequently re-purposed as a court, prison, mint, and even as a cotton factory.

  7. Treaty of Ghent - Wikipedia

    The Treaty of Ghent (8 Stat. 218) was the peace treaty that ended the War of 1812 between the United States and the United Kingdom. It took effect in February 1815. Both sides signed it on December 24, 1814, in the city of Ghent, United Netherlands (now in Belgium). The treaty restored relations between the two parties to status quo ante bellum ...

  8. Hendrik van Gent - Wikipedia

    Hendrik van Gent. Hendrik van Gent (14 September 1899, Pernis – March 29, 1947, Amsterdam) [2] was a Dutch astronomer . He moved to South Africa in 1928 in order to observe the southern sky at the Leiden Southern Station and the Union Observatory in Johannesburg. He obtained his PhD from Leiden University in 1931.

  9. Maarten van Gent - Wikipedia

    Maarten Herman van Gent (born 22 March 1947 in Rotterdam, Netherlands) [1] is a Dutch basketball coach, manager, scout and businessman. Van Gent started playing basketball at age 17. He also played korfball and soccer in college. After serving in the Royal Netherlands Army in 1968 he became a physical education teacher.