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This Day in History - April 18

April 18 310 – St. Eusebius of Vercelli begins his reign as Catholic Pope 1025 – Boleslaw Chrobry is crowned the first King of Poland 1480 – Lucretia Borgia, daughter of Pope Alexander VI, is b


This Day in History - April 17

April 17 858 – Benedict III ends his reign as Catholic Pope 1397 – Geoffrey Chaucer tells the “Canterbury Tales” for the first time at the court of English King Richard II 1492 – Ch


This Day in History - April 16

April 16 1457 BC – Egyptian forces of Thutmose III defeat King of Kadesh’s Canaanite coalition at the Battle of Megiddo. This is also the first battle recorded with a reliable account 69 – Otho co


This Day in History - April 15

April 15 1452 – Italian painter, sculptor, scientist and visionary Leonardo da Vinci is born 1684 – Catherine I, Empress of Russia, is born 1741 – Portrait painter and inventor Charles Wilson P


This Day in History - April 14

April 14 1471 – The Earl of Warwick, who fought on both sides in the War of the Roses, is killed at the Battle of Barnet and the Lancastrians are defeated 1543 – Bartolome Ferrelo returns to Spain after


This Day in History - April 13

April 13 1250 – The Seventh Crusade is defeated in Egypt and Louis IX of France is captured 1360 – A hail storm kills an estimated 1,000 English soldiers in Chartres, France left without shelter, during


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