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St. Telemachus DrawingOn January 1, 404 A.D., the last known gladiator fight occurred when Saint Telemachus tried to stop the spectacle in a Roman amphitheater, and was stoned to death by the crowd.

In 4/04/1541, Ignatius of Loyola becomes 1st superior-general of Jesuits.

Because 404 can be factored as 2 x 202, it is a composite and not a prime number.

Plato“ Don't you observe that they sleep away their lives, and that if they depart ever so little from their prescribed regimen these athletes are liable to great and violent diseases? ”- Plato: "Republic", Book 3, p. 404

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