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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1440s_BC1440s BC - Wikipedia

    The 1440s BC is a decade which lasted from 1449 BC to 1440 BC. Events and trends. 1449 BC: Fíachu Labrainne, Milesians' High King of Ireland, is killed ...

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    January–December

    1. February 21 – The Prussian Confederationis formed. 2. April 9 – Christopher of Bavaria is elected King of Denmark. 3. April – Murad II lays siege to Belgrade. The city is heavily damaged, but the defenders' use of artillery prevents the Turksfrom capturing the city. 4. September 13 – Gilles de Rais is taken into custody, upon an accusation brought against him by the Bishop of Nantes. 5. September – The term of Regent of Sweden Karl Knutsson Bonde ends, as newly elected king of Denmark Chri...

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    1. Itzcóatl, Aztec ruler of Tenochtitlan, dies and is succeeded by Moctezuma I (Moctezuma Ilhuicamina). 2. Lorenzo Valla's De falso credita et ementita Constantini Donatione declamatio demonstrates that the Donation of Constantineis a forgery. 3. Eton College is founded by Henry VI of England. 4. Sir Richard Molyneux is appointed constable of Liverpool Castle, in England. 5. The Ming Dynasty government of China begins a decade-long series of issuing harsh edicts towards those who illegally mi...

    January–December

    1. February – The Republic of Venice annexes the seigniory of Ravenna, ending the da PolentaDynasty. 2. February 12 – King's College, Cambridge, is founded by King Henry VI of England. 3. March 1 – Battle of Samobor: The army of Ulrich II, Count of Celje, defeats the army of Stjepan Banić at Samobor, Croatia in union with Hungary. 4. November 10 – Alfonso V of Aragon lays siege to Naples. 5. November 20 – The Peace of Cremona (1441) ends the war between the Republic of Venice and the Duchy of...

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    1. Ouagadougou becomes the capital of the Mossi Kingdoms. 2. Two subjects of the Ethiopian Empire attend a Christian ecclesiastical council at Florence as part of negotiations concerning a possible union of Coptic Orthodoxy and the Latin Church. This is the earliest recorded contact of the Ethiopian branch of the Coptic Church with Europe. 3. A revolt occurs in the Mayan nation of Mayapan; the Maya civilizationsplits into warring city-states. 4. With the help of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania,...

    January–December

    1. March 18–25 – Battle of Hermannstadt: John Hunyadi defeats an army of the Ottoman Empire 80,000 strong, led by Mesid Bey of Vidin, near Sibiu in Transylvania. 2. June 2 – Alfonso of Aragon proclaims himself King of Naples. 3. September – John Hunyadi defeats another army of the Ottoman Empire (70,000 strong), led by Hadım Şehabeddin, Beylerbey (or governor) of Rumelia, near the Ialomița River. Following this, he places Basarab II as ruler of Wallachia.

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    1. The community of Rauma, Finlandis granted its town rights. 2. The municipality of Juva, Finlandis founded. 3. The national law of Kristofers landslagis introduced in Sweden. 4. After being imprisoned (before September) by the Sultan, Vlad II Dracul is temporarily replaced, as ruler of Wallachia, by his son Mircea II. 5. A fourth tower is added to Liverpool Castle in England. 6. Jelena Balšić completes writing the Gorički zbornik manuscripts at her church of St. Mary, on the island of Beška...

    January–December

    1. July 22 – Battle of St. Jakob an der Sihl (Old Zürich War): The forces of the city of Zürich are defeated, but the Swiss Confederacyhave insufficient strength to besiege and take the city. 2. November 8 – Battle of Niš: John Hunyadi and the army of the Crusade of Varna defeat three armies of the Ottoman Empire, and capture the city of Niš in modern-day Serbia; Skanderbeg deserts the Ottoman camp and goes to Albania. 3. November 28 – Skanderbeg and his forces, rebelling against the Ottoman...

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    1. In Moldavia, the conflict between brothers and co-rulers Iliaș and Stephen IIreignites, and Stephen captures Iliaș and blinds him, thus remaining sole ruler of the country. 2. Portuguese explorer Nuno Tristão penetrates the ArguinGulf, off the west coast of Africa. 3. King Sejong the Great establishes Hangul, as the native alphabet of the Korean language. 4. Vlad II Dracul begins his second term as ruler of Wallachia, succeeding Basarab II. 5. The Buddhist Zhihua Temple (智化寺) is built in B...

    January–December

    1. March 2 – The League of Lezhë, an alliance of Albanian principalities, is established in Lezhë; George Kastrioti Skanderbeg is proclaimed commander of the Albanian resistance. 2. May 22 – The Treaty of Tours, signed between England and France, secures a truce in the Hundred Years' Warfor five years. 3. June 15 – Cosimo de' Medici founds the Laurentian Library in Florence. 4. June 29 – Battle of Torvioll: Skanderbeg defeats an Ottoman army. 5. August 6 – A Portuguese fleet of caravels, led...

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    1. Constantine XI Palaiologos, as ruler of the Despotate of the Morea, invades the Duchy of Athens (at this time under Florentine control), and forces it to pay tribute and return Thebes to the Byzantine Empire. 2. Forces of the Sultan of Egypt fail to take Rhodes from the Knights of Rhodes. 3. Portuguese explorers reach the mouth of the rivers Senegal and Gambia. 4. The first European slave market for the sale of African slaves, the Mercado de Escravos, opens in Lagos, Portugal. 5. A serious...

    January–December

    1. October 10 – Battle of Mokra: The Albanian forces under Skanderbeg defeat the Ottoman forces (Pope Eugene IVraises a hymn of praise, that Christendom has been provided with a new defender, after he hears of the battle).

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    1. The Portuguese set up their first trading post (Feitoria) in Africa, on the island of Arguin. 2. Portuguese explorer Dinis Dias discovers the Cap-Vert, on the western coast of Africa. 3. Battle of Gomit: Emperor Zara Yaqob of Ethiopia defeats and kills Sultan Arwe Badlay, of Adal. 4. Vlad II Dracul, aided by a crusaders' fleet from Burgundy, attacks Giurgiu, and massacres the Ottoman garrison after their surrender. 5. Stephen II remains sole ruler of Moldavia.

    January–December

    1. September 27 – Battle of Otonetë: Skanderbeg defeats the Ottomans. 2. Before October – Sultan Mehmed II of the Ottoman Empire is forced to abdicate, in favor of his father Murad II, by the Janissaries. 3. October 9 – The hangul alphabet is created in Korea, by King Sejong the Great of Joseon. The Hunmin Jeongeum, published during the year, is considered the start of this brand new scientific writing system. 4. October – Murad II invades Attica, forcing Constantine XI to return Thebes to th...

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    1. Nuno Tristão is killed by natives in the coast of Senegal. 2. Portuguese navigator Álvaro Fernandes reaches the mouth of the Casamance River in Senegal. 3. The Precious Belt Bridgein China is fully reconstructed. 4. In Italy, the siege of Cremona, by the condottieri troops of Francesco Piccinino and Luigi dal Verme, is raised after the arrival of Scaramuccia da Forlì. 5. The Blarney Stone is set into a tower of Blarney Castle in Blarney, County Cork in Ireland.

    January–December

    1. March 6 – Pope Nicholas V succeeds Pope Eugene IV, to become the 208th pope. 2. March 16 – A major fire destroys the centre of Valencia. 3. July 15 – The Spanish Inquisitionis revived. 4. December 4.1. Vlad II Dracul, ruler of Wallachia, and his eldest son Mircea are assassinated. Vladislav II succeeds him, with the assistance of John Hunyadi. 4.2. The Albanian–Venetian Warof 1447–48 begins.

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    1. Roman II seizes the throne of Moldavia after killing his uncle, Stephen II, and will have his other uncle, Petruas co-ruler. 2. The Siege of Soest occurs, in the course of the Soest Feud. 3. According to Ryū's own sources, Iizasa Ienao founds Tenshin Shōden Katori Shintō-ryū, the earliest historically verifiable Japanese koryū martial art, that is still extant in modern times.

    January–December

    1. January 6 – Christopher of Bavaria, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, dies with no designated heir, leaving all three kingdoms with vacant thrones. Brothers Bengt Jönsson Oxenstierna and Nils Jönsson Oxenstiernaare selected to serve as co-regents of Sweden. 2. August 14 – Battle of Oronichea: Albania is victorious over Venice. 3. June 20 – The Regency period of Sweden ends with the election of Karl Knutsson Bonde, as King Charles VIII of Sweden. 4. June 28 – Charles VIII of Swedenis publ...

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    1. Queens' College, Cambridge is founded by Margaret of Anjou. 2. The Vatican Library is founded by Pope Nicholas V. 3. Vlad III the Impaler becomes reigning Prince of Wallachia for two months, before being deposed by Vladislav II of Wallachia. 4. After a long episode of drought, flood, locust infestation, and famine in Ming Dynasty China since the year 1434, these natural afflictions finally wane, and agriculture and commerce return to a state of normality. 5. Roman II flees to Poland, when...

    January–December

    1. January 6 – Constantine XI Palaiologos is crowned Byzantine Emperor at Mistra; he will be the last in a line of rulers that can be traced to the founding of Rome. 2. February – Alexăndrel seizes the throne of Moldavia, with the support of the boyars. 3. March 24 – Hundred Years' War: English capture Fougèresin Brittany. 4. April 7 – The last Antipope, Felix V, abdicates. 5. April 19 – Pope Nicholas V is elected by the Council of Basel. 6. April 25 – The Council of Baseldissolves itself. 7....

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    The 1450s BC was a decade lasting from January 1, 1459 BC to December 31, 1450 BC. Millennium: 2nd millennium BC. Centuries: 16th century BC. 15th century BC. 14th century BC. Decades: 1470s BC.

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    Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: "1460s BC" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2009) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) The 1460s BC was a decade lasting from January 1, 1469 BC to December 31, 1460 BC. Millennium: 2nd millennium BC. Centuries: 16th century BC. 15th ...

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