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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 15th_century15th century - Wikipedia

    The 15th century was the century which spans the Julian dates from 1 January 1401 ( MCDI) to 31 December 1500 ( MD ). In Europe, the 15th century includes parts of the Late Middle Ages, the Early Renaissance, and the early modern period.

  2. 1480s. 1490s. Categories: Births – Deaths. Establishments – Disestablishments. The 15th century was the century from 1401 to 1500 .

    • 14th century, 15th century, 16th century
    • 2nd millennium
  3. The 15th century BC is a century that lasted from 1500 BC to 1401 BC. Map of the Near East in 1450 BCE. Contents 1 Events 2 Inventions, discoveries, introductions 3 Sovereign states 4 References Events [ edit] Statue of Thutmosis III at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna 1504 BC – 1492 BC: Egypt conquers Nubia and the Levant. [1]

  4. 15th century by country ‎ (111 C, 1 P) A Age of Discovery ‎ (8 C, 26 P) 15th-century archaeological discoveries ‎ (2 C) 15th century in the arts ‎ (19 C, 1 P) B 15th-century beginnings ‎ (14 C) D 15th-century disasters ‎ (4 C) 15th-century disestablishments ‎ (16 C, 4 P) E 15th-century economic history ‎ (4 C, 5 P)

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    1403 – A guild of stationers is founded in the City of London. As the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers (the "Stationers' Company"), it continues to be a Livery Companyin the 21...
    1403–08 – The Yongle Encyclopedia is written in China.
    c. 1408–11 – An Leabhar Breac is probably compiled by Murchadh Ó Cuindlis at Duniryin Ireland.
    c. 1410 – John, Duke of Berry, commissions the Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, illustrated by the Limbourg brothersbetween c. 1412 and 1416.
    1400
    c. 1400–1410
    1402
    1402–1403
    Early 15th c. – Henry Lovelich, English poet and translator from London
    1405: 18 October – Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini, Italian erotic poet and novelist, later Pope Pius II (died 1464)
    1406 – Matteo Palmieri, Florentine humanist and historian (died 1475)
    1413 – Giosafat Barbaro, Venetian travel writer (died 1494)
    1400 – Jan of Jenštejn, archbishop of Prague, writer, composer and poet (born 1348)
    1406: 19 March – Ibn Khaldun, North African historiographer and philosopher (born 1332)
    c. 1416 – Julian of Norwich, English religious writer and mystic (born c. 1342)
    1426 – Thomas Hoccleve, English poet and clerk (born c. 1368)