Year 325 was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Paulinus; the denomination 325 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years. Emperor Constantine I assures the security of the Danube frontier by defeating the Goths, the Vandals, the Sarmatians. Licinius is executed in Thessalonica, on charge of conspiring and raising troops against Constantine I. Gladiatorial combat is outlawed in the Roman Empire; the First Council of Nicaea is held. April 1 – Crown Prince Jin Chengdi, age 4, succeeds his father Jin Mingdi as emperor of the Eastern Jin dynasty. During his reign he is advised by regents, his uncle Yu Liang and high-level officials. Constantine the Great, from the Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Rome, is started to be made, it is now kept at Palazzo dei Rome. May 20 -- First Council of Nicaea: Constantine; the Nicene Creed, adopted on June 19, declares.
The council decides that Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox. Arius is exiled to Illyria; the Church of the Nativity is built in Bethlehem. Ammianus Marcellinus, Roman historian Procopius, usurper of the Roman Empire Wang Meng, prime minister of the Former Qin October 18 – Jin Mingdi, emperor of the Jin dynasty Iamblichus, Syrian philosopher Licinius, Roman emperor Sextus Martinianus, Roman Emperor Tuoba Heru, prince of the Tuoba Dai
Milorad Gođevac was the organizer of the Serbian Chetnik Organization, a doctor by profession. Born in Valjevo, Principality of Serbia, he finished the First Belgrade Gymnasium and finished medicine at the University of Vienna in 1889, he was the organizer of the Serbian armed action in South Serbia and Macedonia and founder of the first Volunteer Board. The Chief Staff of the Chetnik Organization was established in 1902; the members were, among others, Gođevac, Luka Ćelović, Vasa Jovanović, Žika Rafailović, Nikola Spasić and Ljuba Kovačević. Serb revolutionary organizations List of Chetnik voivodes
Beatriz Mercedes Ferreyra is an Argentine composer. Ferreyra was born in Cordoba and studied piano with Celia Bronstein in Buenos Aires, she continued her study of music with Nadia Boulanger in Paris, Edgardo Canton, Earle Brown and György Ligeti in Germany. In 1963 she took a position in the research department of the Office de Radiodiffusion Television Francaise, working with the Groupe de Recherches Musicales directed by Pierre Schaeffer, she assisted with Henri Chiarucci's and Guy Reibel's Rapport entre la hauteur et la fondamentale d'un son musical, published in 1966 in Revue Internationale d'Audiologie and Pierre Schaeffer's Solfège de l'Objet Sonore. During this time she lectured at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, she worked with Bernard Baschet and his Structures Sonores in 1970, served residencies in electronic music with Dartmouth College in 1976 and in 1998. Ferreyra has composed for music therapy, events and film soundtracks. Selected works include: Mer d’Azov, étude aux itérations Médisances L’orviétan Siesta Blanca Canto del Loco Petit Poucet magazine The UFO Forest Souffle d’un petit Dieu distrait Ríos del sueno Vivencias Cantos de antes La rivière des oiseaux Dans un point infini L’art de l’étude La condition captive Sourire de l’ange with Christine Groult Marche, quitte et va with Christine Groult Impasse with Inés Wickmann Les larmes de l’inconnu Her works have been issued on CD, including: Petit Poucet Magazine Le Chant Du Monde 1998 La Rivière des oiseaux Motus 2003 Website of Beatriz Ferreyra Beatriz Ferreyra on SoundCloud
The 2015 European Games was a multi-sport event held in Baku, Azerbaijan from 12 to 28 June 2015. The event was held for the first time and saw 5,898 athletes from 50 National Olympic Committees competing in 253 events in 20 sports. Since the Faroe Islands and Gibraltar are not members of the European Olympic Committee, the Faroese participants occurred for the Ligue Européenne de Natation and the Gibraltar participants for the Athletic Association of Small States of Europe; this medal table ranks the participating NOCs by the number of gold medals won by their athletes. Athletes from 42 NOCs won medals, leaving 8 NOCs without a medal, 31 of them won at least one gold medal. Russia led the medal table of the first European Games, they led all the medal categories, winning the most gold medals, the most silver medals, the most bronze medals and the most medals overall. Kosovo won one bronze medal, from judo; the medal table is based on information provided by the International Olympic Committee and is consistent with IOC convention in its published medal tables.
By default, the table is ordered by the number of gold medals the athletes from a nation have won, where nation is an entity represented by a National Olympic Committee. The number of silver medals is taken into consideration next and the number of bronze medals. If nations are still tied, equal ranking is given and they are listed alphabetically. A total of 844 medals were awarded; the total number of bronze medals is greater than the total number of gold or silver medals because two bronze medals were awarded per event in 7 sports: badminton, fencing, judo and wrestling. The discrepancy is caused by a tie for the bronze medal in women's 100 metre butterfly in swimming. Thus, four medals were awarded in this event. * Host nation Eight nations which failed to win any medals: Albania, Andorra and Herzegovina, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Monaco. List of 2015 European Games medal winners All-time European Games medal table Official website
Guillermo Claudio La Rosa Laguna is a retired football forward from Peru. He competed for the Peru national football team at the 1978 and 1982 FIFA World Cup, wearing the number nineteen jersey. Nicknamed the'tank' for his corpulence, Guillermo La Rosa scored the last Peruvian goal for 36 years against Poland in a World Cup match in Spain 1982. La Rosa played for Peruvian clubs Defensor Lima, Sport Boys and Alianza Lima where he claimed the title in 1978; that year he was one of the Copa Libertadores top scorers with 8 goals. Between 1979 and 1987 he played for Atletico Nacional, America de Cali, Deportivo Pereira and Cúcuta Deportivo of Colombia, he retired in 1989, playing for Ecuadorian club Liga de Quito, works as a coach for children in a football academy in Lima. La Rosa made 39 appearances for the Peru national football team, he retired from international competition after playing the 1982 FIFA World Cup. 1973 Bolivarian Games Top scorer 1978 Copa Libertadores Top scorer 1978 FIFA World Cup squads 1982 FIFA World Cup squads Guillermo La Rosa at National-Football-Teams.com Weltfussball profile
Ursula is an album by American jazz pianist Mal Waldron recorded in 1969 and released on the French Musica label. All compositions by Mal Waldron except as indicated"First Bassman" — 2:13 "Girl on a Bicycle Waltz" — 6:43 "Ursula" — 4:04 "Blood and Guts" — 5:08 "Drummer's Bags" — 2:13 "Valse Von Den Puppen" — 4:43 "For Mimi" — 7:33 "Les Parents Terribles" — 7:13Recorded in Paris, France on June 12, 1969. Mal Waldron — piano Patrice Caratini — bass Franco Manzecchi — drums