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This Day in History - May 14

May 14 1264 – King Henry III is captured by his brother-in-law, Simon de Montfort, at the Battle of Lewes 1509 – At the Battle of Agnadello, the French defeat the Venetians in Northern Italy 1533 &nd


This Day in History - May 13

May 13 1568 – At the Battle of Langside, the forces of Mary Queen of Scots are defeated by a confederacy of Scottish Protestants under James Stewart, the regent of her son, King James VI of Scotland 1607 &nda


This Day in History - May 12

May 12 254 – St. Stephen I begins his reign as Catholic Pope 1588 – King Henry III flees Paris after Henry of Guise enters the city 1641 – The chief advisor to Charles I, Thomas Wentworth, is b


This Day in History - May 11

May 11 868 – The earliest surviving dated printed book is produced in China known as the “Diamond Sutra” 1189 – Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa and 100,000 crusaders depart Regensb


This Day in History - May 10

May 10 1285 – Philip III of Spain is succeeded by Philip IV 1503 – Christopher Columbus discovers the Cayman Islands 1676 – Bacon’s Rebellion begins in the New World 1730 – Signe


This Day in History - May 9

May 9 328 – Athanasius is elected Patriarch bishop of Alexandria 1092 – Lincoln Cathedral is consecrated 1386 – The Treaty of Windsor between Portugal and England is signed. This is the oldest


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