Pope Leo II died.
Under the leadership of Almanzor, Muslim forces march out of the city of Cordova and head north to capture Christian lands.
Crusaders march from Sephoria in order to engage Saladin's forces. They brought no water with them, expecting to replenish their supplies at Hattin. That night they would camp on a hill with a well, only to discover that it was already dried up. Saladin would also set fire to the brush; the drifting smoke made the tired and thirsty Crusaders even more miserable.
Theodor Herzl, founder of the Zionist movement, died in Edlach, Austria.
In America, the Greek Orthodox Church authorizes the use of English in some sacraments.
Justice Potter Stewart retired from the Supreme Court.
In Webster vs. Reproductive Health Services, the Supreme Court ruled that a Missouri law barring the use of public funds and facilities for abortions and prohibiting abortions by public employees was constitutional.
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