Albrecht Altdorfer
Albrecht Altdorfer (c. 1480 cerca de Ratisbona - 12 de febrero de 1538) fue un pintor y grabador alemán del Renacimiento, influido por Albrecht Dürer y Lucas...
Jan Chojeński
John Chojeński was a sixteenth century Polish bureaucrat and church leader. and beatified person.He was born into the Abdank noble family on 17 March 1486 in the town of Golejówku near Sieradza in Mal...
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Adrianus Barlandus
Adriaan van Baarland or Adrianus Barlandus (1486–1538) was a Dutch historian of merit. He was born in the village of Baarland, from which he took his name. He studied at Ghent and Leuven, at which lat...
Aefgen Listincx
Aefgen Listincx, or Aeff Pietersdochter, (born in Brugge – d. 20 August 1538), was a Dutch anabaptist and prophet.She was married to the wealthy merchant Gerrit Listincx. She was in 1525, 1527, 1530 a...
Henry White (academic)
Henry White LLD (died 1538) was an English priest, academic, and lawyer.White was a priest and Fellow of New College, Oxford. He was Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University during 1531–1532.Henry White w...
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Roger Corbet
Roger Corbet (c.1501–1538) was an English politician and landowner of the Tudor Period. A member of the Shropshire landed gentry, he represented the Borough of Truro in the English Reformation Parliam...
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Pierre Robert Olivétan
Pierre Robert Olivétan (c.1506-1538) was the first to translate the Bible into the French language starting from the Hebrew and Greek texts. He was a cousin of John Calvin, who wrote a Latin preface f...
Germain de Brie
Germain de Brie (1490 - 1538), sometimes Latinized as Germanus Brixius, was a Renaissance French humanist scholar and poet. He was closely associated with Erasmus and had a well-known literary feud wi...
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Hans Brask
Hans Brask (1464–1538), bishop of Linköping, Sweden.
Brask was born in Linköping 1464 to a bourgeois family. He studied philosophy and law at German universities, e.g. Rostock, and around 1500 he ...
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Arsenius Apostolius
Arsenius Apostolius (Greek: Ἀρσένιος Ἀποστόλιος or Ἀρσένιος Ἀποστόλης; c. 1468 – 1538) was a Greek scholar who lived for a long time in Venice. He was also bishop of Monemvasia in the Peloponnese....
Joan, Lady Guildford
Joan Vaux (c. 1463 – 4 September 1538), also known as Mother Guildford, was an English aristocratic woman who was the Lady Governess to the Princesses Margaret Tudor and Mary Tudor, and accompanied th...
Akechi Mitsutsuna
Akechi Mitsutsuna (明智 光綱, September 22, 1497 - September 12, 1535) was a senior retainer under the Toki clan throughout the latter Sengoku period of feudal Japan. He was the father of Akechi Mitsu...
Christopher Conyers, 2nd Baron Conyers
Christopher Conyers, 2nd Baron Conyers (c. 1491 – 14 June 1538) was an English baron and aristocrat, the son of William Conyers, 1st Baron Conyers.
Christopher was born around 1491, at Hornb...
Edward Foxe
Edward Foxe (c. 1496 – 8 May 1538) was an English churchman, Bishop of Hereford. He assisted in drafting the Ten Articles of 1536.
He was born at Dursley in Gloucestershire, and may have bee...
Anthony Fitzherbert
Sir Anthony Fitzherbert (1470 – 27 May 1538) was an English judge, scholar and legal author, particularly known for his treatise on English law, New Natura Brevium (1534).
Fitzherbert was the sixt...
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Jean du Feynier
Jean du Feynier (died 1538) was the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1532 to 1538.
Feynier was a French native of Bern. The Dominican chapter held at Rome in 1532 elected him Master of the O...
Symphorien Champier
Symphorien Champier (1471–1538), a Lyonnese doctor born in Saint-Symphorien, France, was a relation of the Chevalier de Bayard through his wife, Marguerite Terrail.
A doctor of medicine at Montpel...
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James Hay (bishop)
James Hay O. Cist. (died 1538) was a Cistercian abbot and bishop important in the early 16th century Kingdom of Scotland. At some stage in his life he achieved a doctorate in decrees (i.e. canon law),...
Vitellozzo Cardinal Vitelli
Vitellozzo Vitelli (1531- November 19, 1568) was an Italian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.
Vitelli was born in 1531 in Città di Castello of Captain Alessandro Vitellozzi, signore of Amatri...
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Anna of Eppstein-Königstein
Anna of Eppstein-Königstein (Königstein, 1481 – Stolberg, 7 August 1538) was the daughter of Philip I of Eppstein-Königstein and his wife, Louise de la Marck.
On 24 August 1500, Anna married...
Albrecht Altdorfer
Albrecht Altdorfer (c. 1480 – February 12, 1538) was a German painter, engraver and architect of the Renaissance working in Regensburg. Along with Lucas Cranach the Elder and Wolf Huber he is regarded...
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Simon Mountford (died 1537/38)
Simon Mountford (by 1487-1537/1538), of Sutton Coldfield and Kingshurst in Coleshill, Warwickshire, was an English politician.He was the only son of Thomas Mountford. His grandfather, Sir Simon Mountf...
Leon Pancaldo
Leon Pancaldo, also called Leone Pancaldo (1488 or 1490 – 1538) was a Genoese explorer.Pancaldo was born in Savona in 1488 or 1490. He participated in the first circumnavigation of the globe led by Fe...
Charles II, Duke of Guelders
Charles of Egmond (9 November 1467 – 30 June 1538) was Duke of Guelders and Count of Zutphen between 1492 and his death. He was the son of Adolf of Egmond and Catharine of Bourbon. He was a major prot...
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Thomas Barrie
Thomas Barrie (died 1538 in Newbury, Berkshire) was an English almoner who, in 1538 was found guilty of spreading rumours about the death of Henry VIII and was pilloried in the market square at Newbur...
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Francesco Maria I della Rovere, Duke of Urbino
Francesco Maria I della Rovere (22 March 1490 – 20 October 1538) was an Italian condottiero, who was Duke of Urbino from 1508 to 1516 and 1521 to 1538 when he retook the throne from Lorenzo II d...
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Maistre Jhan
Maistre Jhan (also Jehan, Jan, Ihan) (c. 1485 – October 1538) was a French composer of the Renaissance, active for most of his career in Ferrara, Italy. An enigmatic figure, of whom little biographic...
John Forest
John Forest (1471-London, 22 May 1538) was an English Franciscan Friar and martyr.
Born in the Oxford area in 1471, John Forest became a Franciscan Friar Minor of the Regular Observance in 1491 in...
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William Coffin (courtier)
Sir William Coffin (by 1492-8 December 1538) was a courtier at the court of King Henry VIII of England. He was a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to King Henry VIII and Master of the Horse to Queen Jan...