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    The 1576 Cocoliztli epidemic causes millions of deaths in the territory of New Spain, in modern-day Mexico. An early example of autobiography is written in English, by Thomas Whythorne. The Loci Communes of Peter Martyr Vermigli (d. 1562 ), edited by Robert le Maçon, are published in London. The following schools are founded in England:

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  4. Second plague pandemic. The second plague pandemic was a major series of epidemics of plague that started with the Black Death, which reached Europe in 1348 and killed up to half of the population of Eurasia in the next four years. Although the plague died out in most places, it became endemic and recurred regularly.

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    • Events
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    January–June

    1. January 31 – Battle of Gembloux: Spanish forces under Don John of Austria and Alexander Farnese defeat the Dutch; Farnese begins to recover control of the French-speaking Southern Netherlands. 2. April 27 – The Duel of the Mignons claims the lives of two favorites of Henry III of France, and two favourites of Henry I, Duke of Guise. 3. May 26 – The Alteratie in Amsterdamends Catholic rule, and open Catholic worship there. 4. May 31 – Martin Frobisher sails from Harwich, England to Frobishe...

    July–December

    1. July – Martin Frobisher holds the first Thanksgiving celebration by Europeans in North America, on Newfoundland. He ships ore, which proves to be valueless fool's gold, which can only be used as road metalin London. 2. August 4 – Battle of Alcácer Quibir in North Africa: The Moors defeat King Sebastian of Portugal, who is killed, leaving his elderly uncle, Cardinal Henry, as his heir, initiating a succession crisis in Portugal. 3. August 20–September 6 – Francis Drake, during his circumnav...

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    1. Battle of the Spoiling Dyke at Trumpan in northwest Scotland: the Clan MacLeod are victorious over the MacDonalds of Uist. 2. The Ottoman Empire conquers Abkhazia. 3. Sarsa Dengel, Emperor of Ethiopia, defeats and kills Bahr negus Yeshaqalong with his Ottoman allies, finally ending his rebellion. 4. Sonam Gyrso receives from Prince Atlan Khan the title of Talaï, and becomes the third Dalai Lama of Tibet. 5. The last outbreak of sweating sicknessoccurs in England. 6. The Portuguese assist L...

    January 7 – Agnes of Solms-Laubach, Landgravine of Hesse-Kassel (d. 1602)
    January 10 – Christopher Clitherow, Lord Mayor of London and Member of Parliament (d. 1641)
    January 28 – Cornelius Haga, Dutch diplomat (d. 1654)
    March 18 – Adam Elsheimer, German artist working in Rome, who died at only thirty-two (d. 1610)
    January 5 – Giulio Clovio, Dalmatian painter (b. 1498)
    January 6 – Queen Inseong, Korean royal consort (b. 1514)
    January 25 – Mihrimah Sultan, Sultan Suleiman's daughter (b. 1522)
    February 5 or 1579 – Giovanni Battista Moroni, Italian painter (b. 1510)
  6. El Thanksgiving Day (en español: Día de Acción de Gracias) es una fiesta nacional celebrada en Estados Unidos y Canadá, así como en algunas islas del Caribe, Liberia y por comunidades de inmigrantes estadounidenses y canadienses en México, Centroamérica e Israel. Originalmente, fue un día de agradecimiento por la cosecha y por el año anterior.