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This Day in History - January 14

January 14 1236 – Henry III marries Eleanor of Provence 1526 – Francis of France and Charles V sign the Treaty of Madrid, forcing Francis to give up the majority of his claims in France and Italy 155


This Day in History - January 13

January 13 1128 – Pope Honorius II grants a papal sanction to the military order Knights Templar, declaring it to be an army of God 1397 – John of Gaunt marries Katherine Rouet 1776 – British f


This Day in History - January 12

January 12 1528 – Gustav I of Sweden is crowned King of Sweden 1588 – The first governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, John Winthrop is born 1729 – Irish politician and philosopher, Edmund Burke


This Day in History - January 11

January 11 532 – Nika-revolt against Justianus and Theodora takes place in Hippodrome Constantinople 1599 – Jacob van Necks fleet leaves Bantam Java carrying pepper, clove, and muskat 1757 – Fi


This Day in History - January 10

January 10 49 BC – Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon, signaling the start of the Roman civil war 1072 – Robert Guiscard capture Palermo in Sicily 1429 – Order of Golden Fleece, a new order of c


This Day in History - January 9

January 9 1324 – Italian explorer, Marco Polo dies 1431 – The trial of Joan of Arc begins in Rouen, France 1493 – Italian explorer Christopher Columbus sees manatees near the Dominican Republic


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