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This Day in History - September 12

September 12 490BC – General Datis and his Persian troops are driven back from Marathon by Athenian and Plataean Hoplites commanded by General Miltiades 1213 – Simon de Montfort defeats Peter II of Arag


This Day in History - September 11

September 11 1297 – William Wallace and his Scots defeat the English at Stirling Bridge 1695 – Eugene of Savoy and his Imperial troops defeat the Turks at the Battle of Zenta 1700 – Scottish po


This Day in History - September 10

September 10 1419 – In Montereau, France, John the Fearless, is murdered 1487 – Pope Julius III, who promoted the Jesuits, is born 1547 – The Scots are defeated at Pinkie Cleugh by the Duke of


This Day in History - September 9

September 9   337 – Constantine’s three sons, who are Caesars, each take the title of Augustus. Constantine II and Constans share the west and Constantius II takes control of the west 1087 –


This Day in History - September 8

September 8 1504 – Michelangelo’s statue of David is unveiled in Florence, Italy 1529 – The Ottoman Sultan Suleiman re-enters Budapest and establishes John Zapolya as the puppet king of Hungary


This Day in History - September 7

September 7 1533 – Elizabeth 1, Queen of England, is born 1566 – Ottoman sultan Suleiman the Magnificent dies 1571 – The Christian galley fleet destroys the Turkish galley fleet at the Battle o


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