The June 24th is the 175e Jour of the Année (176e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
404 : New exile of the patriarch Jean Chrysostome, banished Constantinople under the influence of the empress Eudoxie, wife of Arcadius. Its partisans set fire to the cathedral Holy-Sophie. The patriarch is pointed out, then exiled again.
1337 : naval Battle of the Lock.
1635 : Schedule of the Cardinal of Richelieu, taken at the request of the king Louis XIII, granting to the Armenian France the freedom of the trade, allowing them “ to make come and bring with complete freedom, and safety of their dicts country in ports and harbor of Provence and others of this kingdom such quantity of soyes and austres goods that good will seem to them for selling to with it and outputting by paying the rights for this due to Its Majesty ”.
1894 : Beginning of the mandate of president of the French Republic of Jean Casimir-Périer.
1947 : For the first time it is question of “flying saucers” whereas Kenneth Arnold, an American of return of a business trip to the orders of its private aircraft, tells to have seen nine luminous discs in the shape of saucers in the sky of the State of Washington above the Rocky Mountains.
1967 : Promulgation of the Constitution of the 2nd Republic of the Congo-Kinshasa, known as “revolutionary Constitution”, defining a unit State in the presidential regime and a Parliament monocaméral.
- 1971 : With Alicante (Spain), alternate of Jose María Abellán Frauds known as “Manzanares”, Spanish Matador .
1973 : Daniel short Malan the kilometer in 2mn 16s and establishes new world records.
1978 : The Yemeni president Ahmed Hussein Ghashani is killed by the explosion of a bomb dissimulated in the attach3e case of a visitor.
- declarations of a Valenciennes-native Christophe Grébert, grateful footballer to have received 250 000 francs French, is approximately 38 000€, by the Olympic of Marseilles (OM) to make it possible the club to gain its match against Valencian Football Club in semi-final of the championship of France, cause the calling into question of the OM.
- Fire of the Private clinic of the Mill, with Bruz (Ille and Vilaine). One counts 20 dead.
- the quills of Coca-Cola are again sold in France after a 9 days prohibition following the business of disinfecting widespread on the pallets.
- the guitar (Fender Stratocaster 1956) of Eric Clapton on which it had composed Layla is sold with the biddings 497.500 $. Benefit of the hundred sold guitars (5 072.350 $!!!) will be versed at a detoxification center for drug addicts and alcoholics.
- With Alicante (Spain), alternate of Antonio Pérez Rueda known as “El Renco”, Spanish Matador .
- 1740: Father Juan Ignacio Molina, priest Jesuit and Chilean Naturalist († 1829)
- 1755: Jean-Baptiste Cloots, revolutionary French of Dutch origin († March 24th 1794)
- 1768: Lazare Shakes, general French, " peacemaker of Vendée" , († September 19th 1797)
- 1804: Stephan Ladislaus Endlicher, botanist and Austrian linguist († 1849)
- 1846: Gaston Maspero, French Egyptologist
- 1858: El Ecijano (Juan Jiménez Ripoll), Spanish Matador († February 5th 1899).
- 1867 : Juan Gómez de Lesca, Spanish Matador († October 15th 1896).
- 1895 : Jack Dempsey, boxer, world champion of the heavy trucks
- 1909: Katherine Dunham, dancer and choreographer Afro-American
- 1911: Manual Juan Fangio, Argentinian racing driver
- 1915: Fred Hoyle, British cosmologist
- 1923: Marc Riboud, French photographer
- 1930: Claude Chabrol, realizer French and director
- David McTaggart, Canadian, founder of International Greenpeace († 2001)
- Antoñete (Antonio Chenel Alabaladejo), Spanish Matador .
- 1934 : Jean-Pierre Ferland, Singer Québécois
- 1943: Jean-Louis Foulquier, radio operator organizer and French actor
- 1946: Ellison S. Onizuka, American astronaut († January 28th 1986)
- 1949: John Illsley, bass player of the group To say Straits
- 1950: Nancy Allen, American actress
- 1958: Jean Charest, Prime Minister Québécois of Quebec (2003)
- 1961: Curt Smith, singer and bass player of the group Tears For Fears
- 1964: Jean-Luc Delarue, organizer and producing French of television
- 1967: Richard Zven Kruspe, German guitarist of the group Rammstein
- 1970: Glenn Medeiros, singer
- 1987: Lionel Messi, footballer
- 1601 : Henriette of Nevers, noble French. (° October 31st 1542)
- 1768: Marie Leszczyńska, princess of Poland and queen of France. (° June 23rd 1703)
- 1858: Ludwig Thienemann, Doctor and a German Naturalist . (° December 25th 1793)
- 1875: Henri Labrouste, Architect French. (° May 11th 1801)
- 1935: Carlos Gardel, Singer of Argentinian Tango. (° December 11th 1890)
- 2000: Vera Atkins, agent of the British secret services during the Second world war. (° June 16th 1908)
- 2001: Igor Barrère, doctor of medicine, Journalist and man of television French. (° December 17th 1931)
- 2002: Pierre Werner, Prime Minister of Luxembourg. (° December 29th 1913)
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Nativity of Holy Jean-Baptiste, Christian festival replacing the pagan festivals of the Summer solstice
- Agoard and Agilbert of Creteil († 5th century), martyrs with Creteil.
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