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  1. Felipe I de Castiella, llamáu «el Formosu» (Bruxes, 22 de xunetu de 1478 - Burgos, 25 de setiembre de 1506), foi duque titular de Borgoña —como Felipe IV—, Brabante, Limburgu y Luxemburgu, conde de Flandes, Habsburgu, Henao, Holanda y Zelanda, Tirol y Artois, y señor d'Amberes y Mechelen, ente otres ciudaes, ente 1482 y 1506, y rei iure uxoris de Castiella (1506) pol so matrimoniu con ...

  2. 05/07/2021 · Charlemagne is crowned Roman emperor by Leo III in AD 800. He was the first emperor of what would later be called the “Holy Roman Empire.” Year 4760 from creation. AD 800 Otto I, the German king, is declared emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and revives the empire by copying Charlemagne’s alliance of church and state in AD 962.

  3. 27/11/2020 · English: Moldavian coat of arms as it appears in the 1506 Łaski statute (Commune incliti Polonie Regni privilegium constitutionum, ill. Johann Haller), among other Polish fiefs; from the handcolored print.

  4. AD 1513: El Requierimento: Spain demands subservience. The “Laws of Burgos” are the first legal code regarding Spanish actions in the Americas. They direct Spaniards to read aloud a religious justification and demand for obedience— El Requierimento —supposedly to give Native peoples a chance to submit before being attacked or enslaved.

  5. 29/08/2019 · "Albrecht Dürer, The Second Knot (with an oblong tablet), probably 1506/1507, woodcut, Rosenwald Collection, 1943.3.3607" Credit/Provider National Gallery of Art

  6. 29/08/2019 · "Albrecht Dürer, The Fifth Knot (with a six-pointed white shield), probably 1506/1507, woodcut, Rosenwald Collection, 1943.3.3603" Credit/Provider National Gallery of Art

  7. Šablona:Data státu/Kastilsko-aragonská unie (1492–1506) Usage on Catholic Monarchs of Spain; Royal Standard of Spain; List of Spanish flags; Yoke and arrows; Usage on Símbolos de España; Yugo y flechas; Usage on משתמש:Damzow/הנס המלכותי של ספרד; Usage on