John Walton (bishop)
John Walton, C.R.S.A., (d. ca. 1490) was an English canon regular who became an Archbishop of Dublin.
In 1452 Walton was made Abbot of Osney, and in 1472 was elected as Archbishop of Dublin, and c...
Francesco Sassetti
Francesco Sassetti (9 March 1421 – April 1490) was an Italian banker.
He was born in Florence, the youngest son of Tommaso Sassetti. He is first recorded as joining the famous Medici bank in eithe...
Sueiro Gomes de Soutomaior
Sueiro Gomes de Soutomaior (1417 - ca.1490) was an important aristocrat in the kingdom of Galicia during the 15th century, heir to a lineage dating back at least to his great-grandmother, the great ad...
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Henry Long (politician)
Henry Long of Wraxall (c. 1417 – 3 May 1490) was an English politician and lawyer.Born in Wiltshire, he was the son of Robert Long and Margaret Godfrey.In 1435 he was elected Member of Parliament for ...
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Finn Ó Haughluinn
Finn Ó Haughluinn, Irish musician, died 1490.Ó Haughluinn is described in his obituary in the Annals of the Four Masters as Chief Tympanist of Ireland. No further details of his life are given or are ...
John Hales (bishop of Coventry and Lichfield)
John Hales (also Hals or Halse; died 1490) was a medieval Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.He was Dean of Exeter between 1457 and 1459.Briefly during the restoration of King Henry VI of England in 147...
Luke Spicola of Pontecorvo
Luke Spicola (born Pontecorvo, approx 1425 - died Pontecorvo, 1490) was an Italian Catholic priest belonging to the Order of Friars Preachers. The Catholic Church worshiped him as a blessed and celebr...
Ōnin War
The Ōnin War (応仁の乱, Ōnin no Ran) was a civil war that lasted 10 years (1467–1477) during the Muromachi period in Japan. A dispute between Hosokawa Katsumoto and Yamana Sōzen escalated into a ...
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Sean Ua h-Uiccinn
Sean Ua h-Uiccinn was an Irish poet who held the post of Chief Ollam of Ireland and died in 1490. His father was Farrell Og O'Higgin.His obit is given in the Annals of the Four Masters as follows- "M1...
Pierre de Foix, le jeune
Peter of Foix the Younger (Fr.: Pierre de Foix, le jeune) (1449–1490) (called the Cardinal of Foix) was a French Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Pierre de Foix was born in Pau on February 7, 1...
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John Fogge
Sir John Fogge (c.1417–1490) was an English courtier, soldier and supporter of the Woodville family under Edward IV who became an opponent of Richard III.
John Fogge, born about 1417, was the son ...
Martí Joan de Galba
Martí Joan de Galba ([maɾˈti dʒuˈan de ˈɣaɫβa]) (died 1490) was co-author of the famous Valencian epic Tirant lo Blanc, which he helped finish after the death of his friend, the main author of the wor...
Ivan the Young
Ivan Ivanovich (also known as, Ivan the Young, Ioann Ioannovich and Ivan Molodoy) (Иван Иванович, Иоанн Иоаннович, Иван Молодой in Russian) (15 February 1458 – 6 March 1490), was the eldest son and he...
Eitel Frederick of Zollern
Eitel Friedrich the younger of Zollern (1454 – Montfoort, 27 June 1490), was a German nobleman who served as Admiral of the Netherlands.He was the third son of Jobst Nikolaus I, Count of Hohenzollern ...
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Wilhelm von Bibra
Wilhelm von Bibra (1442–1490) (Eques auratus) was a Papal Emissary.
Wilhelm functioned as a Papal Emissary for both the archbishop of Cologne and Kaiser Friedrich. Wilhelm’s half brother, Prince ...
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Matthias Corvinus
Matthias Corvinus, also called Matthias I (Hungarian: Hunyadi Mátyás, Romanian: Matia Corvin; 23 February 1443 – 6 April 1490), was King of Hungary and Croatia from 1458. After conducting...
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George Leslie, 1st Earl of Rothes
George Leslie, 1st Earl of Rothes (c. 1417–1490) was a Scottish nobleman.Created Lord Leslie in 1445, the title of Earl of Rothes was created in 1458 in the Peerage of Scotland for him.
Joanna, Princess of Portugal
Blessed Joan of Portugal (6 February 1452 – 12 May 1490; Portuguese: Santa Joana Princesa, [ˈsɐ̃tɐ ʒuˈɐnɐ pɾĩˈsezɐ]), was a Portuguese saint, Regent and princess of the House of Aviz, daught...
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Frans van Brederode
Frans van Brederode (February 4, 1465 in Vianen – August 11, 1490 in Dordrecht) was a rebel in Holland against the rule of king Maximilian of Germany, father and regent of Duke Philip the Handsome of ...
Mahmud Shah II
Mahmud Shah II (reigned: 1489–1490) was an infant ruler of Bengal. Habsh Khan was the effective ruler. Both of them were killed in 1490 CE by Shamsuddin Muzaffar Shah.
Arend De Keysere
Arend De Keysere (Arnoldus cesaris, Arnoul de keysere) ( ? - Ghent, 1490) was a Flemish masterprinter of incunabula. De Keysere, who very probably was trained as a printer in France, started prin...
Bernard Trevisan
Bernard Trevisan (Bernard of Treviso, Bernardus Trevisanus) refers to one or more Italian alchemists. These are often confused, or more accurately the name may refer to a shadowy figure or figures.
John Tuchet, 6th Baron Audley
John Tuchet, 6th Baron Audley, 3rd Baron Tuchet (1423–1490) was an English politician.John Tuchet was the son of James Tuchet, 5th Baron Audley (c. 1398 - 1459). He married Ann Echingham, daughter of ...
Mathaeos Kamariotis
Mathaeos Kamariotis (Greek: Ματθαῖος Καμαριώτης; died 1490) was a Greek scholar of the Renaissance era. He was a lecturer at the University of Constantinople and the first director of the Patriarc...
Juan Hurtado de Mendoza, 3rd Lord of Cañete
Juan Hurtado de Mendoza y Guzmán, 3rd Lord and 1st Marquis of Cañete (died 1490) was a Spanish nobleman and military leader.He was the son of Don Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, 1st Lord of Cañete and of h...
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David Lindsay, 2nd Lord Lindsay
David Lindsay, 2nd Lord Lindsay of the Byres (died 1490) was a Scottish lord of parliament and supporter of King James III of Scotland.
Lindsay of the Byres remained a supporter of James III of Sc...
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Charles I, Duke of Savoy
Charles I (28 March 1468 Carignano, Piedmont – 13 March 1490 Pinerolo), surnamed the Warrior, was the Duke of Savoy from 1482 to 1490 and titular king of Cyprus, Jerusalem, and Armenia from 1485...
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William Smyth (architect)
William Smyth (fl. 1465 - died 1490) was an English gothic architect responsible for the work including the fan vaults at Wells Cathedral, Sherborne Abbey and Milton Abbey. He may also have been the a...
Laonikos Chalkokondyles
Laonikos Chalkokondyles, Latinized as Laonicus Chalcondyles (Greek: Λαόνικος Χαλκοκονδύλης, from λαός "people", νικᾶν "to be victorious", an anagram of Nikolaos which bears the same meaning; c. 14...
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Aonghas Óg
Aonghas Óg (died 1490) was a Scottish nobleman who was the last independent Lord of the Isles. Aonghas became a rebel against both his father and against the Scottish crown, in a civil clan war which ...
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