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Heads of State
Year of the Metal Tiger庚寅(at the beginning of Earth Buffalo己丑)
Syria: 1841/42 ( the year in October )
- Secured 2.1 Date of birth
- 2.2 Exact date of birth unknown
- 2.3 Born in 1530
- Secured 3.1 Date of Death
- 3.2 More death unknown
Politics and World Affairs
- February 24: Charles V is crowned in Bologna for the Emperor. This is the last coronation of an emperor of the Holy Roman Empire by the Pope. Two days earlier, Karl receives from the hands of the pope also the iron crown of the Lombards.
- April 8: Marquis of Mantua Federico II Gonzaga is charged by the Emperor to the Duke.
- 20 June: Emperor Charles V opened a Diet of Augsburg, which he hopes to help against the Turks, and a solution to the sectarian problems imperial politics polluting. Theologians are invited to present their views on the Reformation.
- August 3: The victory of imperial troops in the battle of Gavinana against Florentine forces paves the exiled Medici 's return to power in Florence.
- August 12: The besieged since October of troops of Charles V. Florence capitulates. The exiled Medici or their partisans have subsequently time again over the power in the city.
- October 26: The Order of St. John takes with papal approval Malta as a fief of Charles V in possession.
- Spain leaves the city of Tripoli, the Order of Malta as a fief.
- September: Nicholas spring man, an employee of the Augsburg trading house Welser begins to conduct an expedition on the Orinoco.
- 26th December: After the death of his son Humayun Babur ruler is the Indian Mughal Empire. However, not manages to consolidate the empire founded by his father.
- Anton Fugger burns the notes of Charles V with cinnamon sticks.
- The dynastic postal system will be made available to the public in the Holy Roman Empire.
Science and Technology
- The humanist Girolamo Fracastoro leads for the occurring since the end of the 15th century, new disease, the so-called French disease, the term syphilis.
- As a result of the Reformation in the Minden Ratsgymnasium based in the St. Pauli monastery.
- The Upper German cities of Strasbourg, Memmingen, Lindau and Konstanz, who refused their consent to the Augsburg Confession, the place written by Martin Bucer and Wolfgang Capito Confessio Tetrapolitana before, which is influenced by both Martin Luther and Ulrich Zwingli of.
- 1530: Aachen religious unrest
- September 2: Friedrich Pensold, German philologist and physician († 1589 )
- September 6: Joachim of places castle, slay Bavarian Imperial Count († 1600)
Exact date of birth unknown
- Peter van der Aa, Flemish lawyer († 1594 )
- Elias Nikolaus Ammerbach, German organist and arranger († 1597)
- Matthias Colerus, German jurist († 1587 )
- Mateu Fletxa el Jove, Catalan composer († 1604)
- Hans Harrer, Electorate of Saxony Rentkammer Master of the Elector Augustus, wholesale merchant and industrialist († end of June 1580)
- Louise de La Béraudière you Rouhet, French aristocrats, maid of honor vonn Queen Catherine de Medici and her daughter Margaret of Valois, mistress of Titularkönigs of Navarre and the French kings Henry III. and Henry IV († 1586)
- Gabriel de Lorges, Earl Montgomery († 1574 )
- Jean Nicot, French scholar († 1604)
- Grace O'Malley, Irish Pirate and politician († 1603)
- David Voit, German Protestant theologian († 1589 )
Born in 1530
- Georg Agricola, German educator and physician († 1575)
- Johann Agricola, German theologian († 1590)
- Joachim Beuckelaer, Dutch painter († 1573 or 1574 )
- January 2: Stephana Quinzani, beatified Terziarin in the Dominican Inne north ( * 1457 )
- February 24: Properzia de ' Rossi, Italian sculptor of the Renaissance (c. 1490 )
- APRIL 28: Niklaus Manuel, Swiss painter, playwright and reformer (c. 1482 )
- May 4: Niklas Graf Salm, Flemish- Austrian commander of the Renaissance (* 1459 )
- 28 June: Margarethe von Münsterberg, Princess of Anhalt (* 1473 )
- November 28: Thomas Wolsey, cardinal and chancellor of King Henry VIII of England (* 1475 )
- December 1: Margaret of Austria, daughter of Archduke Maximilian, the future Emperor, Princess of Asturias and Duchess of Savoy (* 1480)
- December 22: Willi Pirckheimer, German humanist (* 1470 )
- 26th December: Muhammad Babur Khan, Indian ruler and founder of the Mughal Empire (* 1483 ).
More death unknown
- Between March 7 and April 4: Henrik Krummedike, Danish and Norwegian Imperial Council and Norway's richest landowners