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  1. File:Français 5054, fol. 229v, Bataille de Castillon 1453 ...

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    Français : La mort de Talbot à la bataille de Castillon, le 17 juillet 1453. Enluminure du manuscrit de Martial d'Auvergne, Les Vigiles de Charles VII , vers 1484, BnF, Manuscrit Français 5054, enluminure du folio 229 verso (détail).

  2. Category:1453 in France - Wikimedia Commons

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    This category includes works, events and everything related to the history of France in 1453.. Notes: This category is NOT intended ONLY for photographs taken in 1453, nor is it intended for media uploaded or scanned in 1453, as the parent Category:France by year goes in time past the invention of photography, scanners or computers.

  3. 1453 — Wikipédia

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    Mahmud Pacha Angelović lui succède (1453-1468, puis 1472-1473). 17 juillet : l'armée française l'emporte sur les Anglais à la bataille de Castillon, et met fin à la guerre de Cent Ans (1337 - 1453) [13]. Conquête de la Guyenne par Xaintrailles. 23 juillet : Dimitri Chemyaka est empoisonné à Novgorod [14].

  4. 1553 in France - Wikipedia

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    13 December – Henry IV of France (died 1610). Full date missing. Louise of Lorraine, queen consort (died 1601); Pierre de Lancre, judge, conducted a massive witch-hunt (died 1631)

  5. Charles VII of France - Wikipedia

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    Following the battle of Castillon in 1453, the French expelled the English from all their continental possessions except for the Pale of Calais. The last years of Charles VII were marked by conflicts with his turbulent son, the future Louis XI of France .

  6. Kingdom of France - Wikipedia

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    The Kingdom of France (Old French: Reaume de France, Middle French: Royaulme de France, French: Royaume de France) was a medieval and early modern monarchy in Western Europe. It was among the most powerful states in Europe and a great power from the High Middle Ages onward. It was also an early colonial power, with possessions around the world.

  7. Fall of Constantinople - Wikipedia

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    The migration waves of Byzantine scholars and émigrés in the period following the sacking of Constantinople and the fall of Constantinople in 1453 is considered by many scholars key to the revival of Greek and Roman studies that led to the development of the Renaissance humanism [dead link] [better source needed] and science. These émigrés ...

  8. 1753 in France - Wikipedia

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    20 November – Louis-Alexandre Berthier, maréchal de France (died 1815) 23 November – Guillaume-Mathieu Dumas , military officer (died 1837) Full date missing – Pierre Cuillier-Perron , military adventurer (died 1834)

  9. 1953 in France - Wikipedia

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    17 July - Miss France Christiane Martel Won Miss Universe 1953; 28 July - Operation Camargue, further French military action against the Viet Minh, begins. 10 August - Operation Camargue ends. 13 August - 4 million workers go on strike in France to protest against austerity measures. 25 August - General strike ends in France.

  10. October – English troops under John Talbot, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, land in Guyenne, France, and retake most of the province without a fight. A major eruption of the South Pacific volcano Kuwae in Vanuatu has a subsequent global cooling effect (the eruption released more sulfate than any other event in the past 700 years).