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  1. Ryu Seong-ryong (November 1542 – May 1607), was a scholar-official of the Joseon Dynasty of Korea. He held many responsibilities including the Chief State Councillor position in 1592. He was a member of the "Eastern faction", and a follower of Yi Hwang .

  2. La expedición en busca de Las siete ciudades de plata. Fue en esa época en que partió de Santiago de Compostela, Tepic, la expedición comandada por Francisco Vázquez de Coronado en ese entonces gobernador de la Real Audiencia de la Nueva Galicia en sustitución del primer gobernador de la provincia Nuño de Guzmán, (siendo capitán de este Gobernador, Gaspar Briceño) en busca de las ...

  3. Cabrillo's nationality – Portuguese or Spanish – has been debated for centuries. He was described as Portuguese by Spanish chronicler Antonio de Herrera y Tordesillas; in his Historia General de los hechos de los Castellanos en las Islas y tierra firme del Mar Oceano, written 60 years after Cabrillo's death, Herrera referred to Cabrillo as Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo.

  4. La Casa de Estuardo (Stuart o Stewart, en inglés) fue la dinastía reinante en Escocia desde 1371 hasta 1603 y desde entonces en el conjunto formado por ésta con Inglaterra e Irlanda hasta 1714, exceptuando el periodo de la República (1649-1660).

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Italian_WarsItalian Wars - Wikipedia

    With Ottoman support, on 12 July 1542 Francis once again declared war on the Holy Roman Empire, initiating the Italian War of 1542–46. In August, French armies attacked Perpignan on the Spanish border, as well as Artois, Flanders and Luxemburg, a Valois possession prior to 1477.

  6. It existed from 1542 until 1801. It was ruled by the monarchs of England and then of Great Britain, and administered from Dublin Castle by a viceroy appointed by the English king: the Lord Deputy of Ireland. It had a parliament, composed of Anglo-Irish and native nobles. From 1661 until 1801, the administration controlled an army.

  7. Another inventory of 1542 lists wardrobe stuff including tapestries and cushions at Windsor Castle in the keeping of William Tildesley, with later notes up to 1562. Henry's collection. The inventory intended to list all of the late king's jewels, plate, stuff, ordinance, and munition.