Year 1305 was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. June 5 – Pope Clement V the Archbishop of Bordeaux Bertrand de Got, succeeds Pope Benedict XI as the 195th pope, is crowned at Lyon. July – Battle of Apros between the Catalan Company and the Byzantine Empire. August 5 – English troops capture William Wallace. Wenceslaus III becomes king of Bohemia. Philip IV of France accuses the Knights Templar of heresy. August 18 – Ashikaga Takauji, Japanese Shōgun date unknown Isabella of Aragon, queen consort of Germany April 2 – Joan I of Navarre, queen regnant of Navarre, queen consort of Philip IV of France April 30 – Roger de Flor, commander-in-chief of the Almogàvers June 21 – King Wenceslaus II of Bohemia and Poland August 23 – William Wallace, Scottish patriot October 4 – Emperor Kameyama of Japan November 18 – John II, Duke of Brittany December 6 – Maximus, Metropolitan of Kiev date unknown Moses de León, Spanish rabbi Qian Xuan, Chinese painter
Free Yourself Up is the sixth studio album by Lake Street Dive. It was released through Nonesuch Records on May 4, 2018 both as a CD and on vinyl and various electronic formats; the album was produced by Lake Street Dive with Dan Knobler. Free Yourself Up was met with favorable reviews from critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, this release received an average score of 66, based on 7 reviews. Mike Calabrese – drums and vocals Bridget Kearney – bass and vocals Mike "McDuck" Olson – guitar and maybe vocals Rachael Price – lead vocals Akie Bermiss – keyboards and vocalsJamie Dick – additional drums on DudeTechnical personnelDan Knobler - engineering at Goosehead Palace, Nashville TN Joe Visciano – mixing at Studio II2 in Brooklyn NY Randy Merrilln – mastering at Sterling Sound, New York NYDesignBen Tousley – art direction and design Shervin Lainezh – photography
The Septentrional-Orient fault zone is a system of active coaxial left lateral-moving strike slip faults that runs along the northern side of the island of Hispaniola where Haiti and the Dominican Republic are located and continues along the south of Cuba along the northern margin of the Cayman Trough. The SOFZ shares half of the relative motion between the North American and Caribbean tectonic plates with the Enriquillo-Plantain Garden fault zone and Walton fault zone which run along the southern side of Hispaniola and aong the southern margin of the Cayman Trough. Both fault zones terminate at the Mid-Cayman Rise to the west; some researchers believe that the Enriquillo-Plantain Garden fault zone and the SOFZ bound a microplate, dubbed the Gonâve Microplate, a 190,000 km2 area of the northern Caribbean Plate, in the process of shearing off the Caribbean Plate and accreting to the North America Plate. A major tremor on this fault destroyed the city of Cap-Haïtien and other cities in the northern part of Haiti and the Dominican Republic on 7 May 1842.
In January 2020, there was an M 7.7 earthquake on this fault between the southern tip of Cuba and the Cayman Islands