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  1. Estadísticas de Henningsen-Contreras para el período 1540-1700 Los datos estadísticos más completos de la actividad de los tribunales inquisitoriales son los presentados por el historiador danés Gustav Henningsen y el español Jaime Contreras, recopilados a partir de las relaciones de causas enviadas por los tribunales locales al Consejo de la Suprema .

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › William_ByrdWilliam Byrd - Wikipedia

    William Byrd (/ b ɜːr d /; c. 1540 – 4 July 1623) was an English composer of late Renaissance music.Considered among the greatest composers of the Renaissance, he had a profound influence on composers both from his native England and those on the continent.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › NafplioNafplio - Wikipedia

    The city surrendered to the Ottomans in 1540, who renamed it Mora Yenişehri and established it as the seat of a sanjak. At that period, Nafplio looked very much like the 16th century image shown below to the right. The Venetians retook Nafplio in 1685 and made it the capital of their "Kingdom of the Morea".

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HumayunHumayun - Wikipedia

    Soon after Babur's death, his successor, Humayun, was in AD 1540 supplanted by the Pathan Sher Shah, who, in AD 1545, was followed by Islam Shah. During the reign of the latter a battle was fought and lost by the Emperor's troops at Firozpur Jhirka, in Mewat, on which, however, Islam Shah did not loose his hold.

  5. En 1540 Martín Cortés viajó con su padre a España poniéndose a las órdenes del Rey Carlos I de España y después sirvió a su sucesor, Felipe II. Como militar del ejército real, participó en la batalla de San Quintín, en 1557 y en la campaña de los Países Bajos.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Rani_PadminiRani Padmini - Wikipedia

    The first uncontestable literary mention of Padmini is Malik Muhammad Jayasi's Padmavat (c. 1540 CE). According to Ramya Sreenivasan , "it is possible that Jayasi mixed-up Alauddin Khilji and Ghiyath al-din Khilji of Malwa Sultanate (1469–1500) who had a roving eye, and is reported to have undertaken the quest for Padmini (not a particular Rajput princess, but the ideal type of woman ...

  7. The Spörer Minimum is a hypothesized 90-year span of low solar activity, from about 1460 until 1550, which was identified and named by John A. Eddy in a landmark 1976 paper published in Science titled "The Maunder Minimum".