Andrew Barton (privateer)
Sir Andrew Barton (c. 1466 – 2 August 1511) was a Scottish sailor from Leith, who served as High Admiral of the Kingdom of Scotland.
Some of Andrew Barton's trading voyages to Flanders ports in th...
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Hadım Ali Pasha
Hadım Ali Pasha (died July 1511), also known as Atik Ali Pasha, was an Ottoman statesman (hadım means "eunuch" in Turkish). He served as governor of Rumeli, and led the Ottoman army in the Ottoman–Mam...
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Albert I, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels
Albert I of Münsterberg-Oels (German: Albrecht I. von Münsterberg or Albrecht von Podiebrad; Czech: Albrecht z Minstrberka or Albrecht z Poděbrad; 3 August 1468, Kunětická Hora Castle – 12 Ju...
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Doamna Maria Voichiţa
Doamna Maria Voichița (1457 – 26 February 1511) was a Princess consort of Moldavia (1480–1511), daughter of Radu III the Handsome and a niece of Vlad the Impaler. She was regarded to have an influence...
Yoshida Kanetomo
Yoshida Kanetomo (吉田兼倶, 1435–1511) was a Japanese Shinto priest of the Sengoku period. He was a seminal figure in the evolution of a coherent descriptive and interpretive schema of Shinto ritu...
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Walter Fitzsimon
Walter Fitzsimon (died 1511) was a statesman and cleric in Ireland in the reign of Henry VII, who held the offices of Archbishop of Dublin and Lord Chancellor of Ireland.
He was born in Dublin, th...
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Eric Bielke
Eric Bielke (died 1511), also known as Eerikki Tuurenpoika and Eric Tureson, royal councillor of Sweden, knighted, feudal fiefholder or margrave of Vyborg Castle.
He was the son of Ture Tureson of...
Francisco de Borja
Francisco de Borja y Navarro de Alpicat (1441 – November 4, 1511) was a Spanish cardinal, and the seventh of ten cardinal-nephews created by Pope Alexander VI.Borja was born in 1441 in Játiva, S...
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Johannes Knolleisen
Johannes Knolleisen (died 1511) was a German theological professor.Nothing is known about his parents and his youth, aside from his being born in Allenstein in Warmia (today Olsztyn, Poland). He recei...
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Johannes Tinctoris
Johannes Tinctoris (c. 1435 – 1511) was a Renaissance composer and music theorist from the Low Countries. He is known to have studied in Orléans, and to have been master of the choir there; he a...
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William IV, Duke of Jülich-Berg
William IV of Jülich-Berg (9 January 1455 – 6 September 1511) was the last ruler of the Duchy of Jülich-Berg.
William was the son of Gerhard VII, Duke of Jülich-Berg and Sophie of Saxe-Lauen...
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Raimo Epifanio Tesauro
Raimo Epifanio Tesauro (c. 1480–1511) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period. He was born and died in Naples, was the son (or nephew) and pupil of Bernardo Tesauro. He painted several works...
Johann Rode von Wale
Johann Rode von Wale (c. 1445, Bremen – 4 December 1511, Vörde; distinguished from his namesake uncle as Johann Rode the Younger; also Johann Roden Bok, or Rhode, Latinised: Iohannes Rufus de Wale) wa...
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Sulaiman (Brunei)
Sultan Sulaiman was the fifth Sultan of Brunei, ruling from 1432 until his abdication in 1485 to allow his son Bolkiah to become Sultan. He died in 1511.The earliest historical record of the Sultans o...
Andrew Both de Bajna
baron Andrew Both de Bajna (Croatian: Andrija Bot od Bajne, Hungarian: bajnai Both András ; ? – 13 September 1511) was a Hungarian nobleman from the Both family, who served as Ban of...
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Gertruid Bolwater
Gertruid (Truuj) Bolwater (died 1511), was a legendary Dutch heroine, known as the defender of Venlo during its siege by Emperor Maximilian I, when she climbed up the defence wall of the city and took...
Pedro Luis de Borja Lanzol de Romaní
Pedro Luis de Borja Lanzol de Romaní, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1472–1511) was a Roman Catholic cardinal and cardinal-nephew and papal military leader. He received a wide variety of sinecures during the papacy ...
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Pietro Isvalies
Pietro Isvalies (died 1511) (called the Cardinal of Oristano) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Pietro Isvalies was born in Messina, part of an obscure family of Spanish origin.Ea...
Gabriele de' Gabrielli
Gabriele de' Gabrielli (1445–1511) (called the Cardinal of Urbino) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Gabriele de' Gabrielli was a member of the Gabrielli family. He was born in F...
Oliviero Carafa
Oliviero Carafa (1430 – 20 January 1511), in Latin: Oliverius Carafa, was an Italian cardinal and diplomat of the Renaissance. Like the majority of his era's prelates, he displayed the lavish and cons...
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William Courtenay, 1st Earl of Devon
William Courtenay, 1st Earl of Devon (1475 – 9 June 1511), feudal baron of Okehampton and feudal baron of Plympton, was a member of the leading noble family of Devon. His principal seat was Tiverton ...
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Hedwig, Abbess of Quedlinburg
Hedwig of Saxony (31 October 1445 – 13 June 1511) was Princess-Abbess of Quedlinburg from 1458 until her death.
Born in Meissen, Hedwig was the youngest daughter of Frederick II, Elector of Saxony...
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Diego Salcedo (soldier)
Diego Salcedo (died 1511) was a semi-legendary Spanish conquistador who is said to have lived during the colonization of the Americas. According to legend, his death at the hands of the indigenous Taí...
Bernard VII, Lord of Lippe
Bernard VII of Lippe (4 December 1428 – 2 April 1511) was the ruler of the Lordship of Lippe from 1429 until his death. Because of the many bloody feuds in which he was involved, he was nicknamed "th...
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Matthias Ringmann
Matthias Ringmann (also known as Philesius Vogesigena) (1482–1511) was a German cartographer and humanist poet. He is credited with naming America on the map of his friend Martin Waldseemüller in C...
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Francesco Alidosi
Francesco Adiosi (1455 – 24 May 1511) was an Italian cardinal and condottiero.
Born at Castel del Rio, he was the third son of Giovanni Alidosi, lord of Castel del Rio. He went to France with Car...
Philip I de Croÿ
Philip I de Croÿ (1435–1511) was Seigneur de Croÿ and Count of Porcéan. Philip I was a legitimate heir to the powerful House of Croÿ. He was the eldest surviving son of Antoine de Croy, Comte de Porcé...
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Charles d'Amboise
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Şahkulu
Şahkulu, also known as Karabıyıkoğlu, (died July 2, 1511) was the leader of the pro-Shia and pro-Safavid uprising in Anatolia – the Şahkulu Rebellion – directed against the Ottoman Empire in 1511. He ...