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Battle of Raphia: Ptolemy IV Philopator of Egypt defeats Antiochus III the Great of the Seleucid kingdom. (22. June 217. BC)

Battle of Pydna: Romans under Lucius Aemilius Paullus defeat Macedonian King Perseus who surrenders after the battle, ending the Third Macedonian War. (22. June 168. BC)

Fatahillah chased away Portugal from Sunda Kelapa harbour, and peoples celebrated it as birthday of Jakarta, Indonesia. (22. June 1527)

Battle of Sisak: Allied Christian troops defeat the Turks. (22. June 1593)

Portuguese forces repel a Dutch invasion at the Battle of Macau during the Dutch–Portuguese War. (22. June 1622)

The Holy Office in Rome forces Galileo Galilei to recant his view that the Sun, not the Earth, is the center of the Universe in the form he presented it in, after heated controversy. (22. June 1633)

The British pass the Quebec Act, setting out rules of governance for the colony of Quebec in British North America. (22. June 1774)

A poisonous cloud caused by the eruption of the Laki volcano in Iceland reaches Le Havre in France. (22. June 1783)

In the Chesapeake–Leopard Affair, the British warship HMS Leopard attacks and boards the American frigate USS Chesapeake. (22. June 1807)

War of 1812: After learning of American plans for a surprise attack on Beaver Dams in Ontario, Laura Secord sets out on a 30 kilometer journey on foot to warn Lieutenant James FitzGibbon. (22. June 1813)

The British Parliament abolishes feudalism and the seigneurial system in British North America. (22. June 1825)

Cherokee leaders Major Ridge, John Ridge, and Elias Boudinot are assassinated for signing the Treaty of New Echota, which had resulted in the Trail of Tears. (22. June 1839)

US Congress created the United States Department of Justice (22. June 1870)

The Royal Navy battleship HMS Camperdown accidentally rams the British Mediterranean Fleet flagship HMS Victoria which sinks taking 358 crew with her, including the fleet's commander, Vice-Admiral Sir George Tryon. (22. June 1893)

British colonial officers Charles Walter Rand and Lt. Charles Egerton Ayerst are assassinated in Pune, Maharashtra, India by the Chapekar brothers and Mahadeo Vinayak Ranade, who are later caught and hanged. (22. June 1897)

Spanish–American War: United States Marines land in Cuba. (22. June 1898)

The flag of Sweden is adopted. (22. June 1906)

The London Underground's Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway opens. (22. June 1907)

George V and Mary of Teck are crowned King and Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. (22. June 1911)

The Hammond Circus Train Wreck kills 86 and injures 127 near Hammond, Indiana. (22. June 1918)

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