Important events from April 10
April 10, 401 — The Byzantine emperor Theodosius II was born (d. July 28, 450). He reigned between the years 408–450 and remained in history for the promulgation of the Theodosian code of laws, as well as for the construction of the Theodosian walls in Constantinople. During his reign, two great Christological controversies broke out in the heart of the Church, Nestorianism and Eutychianism.
April 10, 428 — Nestorius becomes Patriarch of Constantinople.
April 10, 879 — Louis III becomes king of West Francia.