1570s in England
Events from the 1570s in England.
Monarch - Elizabeth I
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Rule in Dumpor's Case
The Rule in Dumpor's Case is a common law rule of property law first set forth by Sir Edward Coke in 1578 (4 Coke 1196 [1578]). In its most basic form, it states that once a landlord has consented to...
Siege of Mount Hiei
The 1571 Siege of Mount Hiei (比叡山の戦い, Hiei-zan no Tatakai) was, according to Stephen Turnbull, so one-sided that it should more rightfully be called a massacre than a siege or battle. Oda Nobu...
Holy League (1571)
The Holy League (Spanish: Liga Santa, Italian: Lega Santa) of 1571 was arranged by Pope St. Pius V and included almost all the major Catholic maritime states in the Mediterranean. It was inten...
Holy League (1571) - Wikipedia
List of state leaders in 1571
This is a list of heads of state, government leaders, and other rulers in the year 1571.
Fraudulent Conveyances Act 1571
The Fraudulent Conveyances Act 1571 (13 Eliz 1, c 5), also known as the Statute of 13 Elizabeth, was an Act of Parliament in England, which laid the foundations for fraudulent transactions to be unwou...
1571 in Ireland
Events from the year 1571 in Ireland.
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Ridolfi plot
The Ridolfi plot was a plot in 1571 to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I of England and replace her with Mary, Queen of Scots. The plot was hatched and planned by Roberto di Ridolfi, an international bank...
Sieges of Nagashima
The Sieges of Nagashima (長島一向一揆, Nagashima Ikkō-ikki), taking place in 1571, 1573 and 1574, were part of Oda Nobunaga's campaigns against the Ikkō-ikki, arguably among his greatest enemies. Na...
Sieges of Nagashima - Wikipedia
Swedish Church Ordinance 1571
The Swedish Church Ordinance of 1571 was the first complete Swedish church order following the Swedish Reformation in the 1520s.The main originator of the ordinance was archbishop Laurentius Petri. Pe...
Battle of Craibstone
The Battle of Craibstone was fought on 20 November 1571 between Clan Gordon and the Clan Forbes on an area that has now been constructed over, found in central Aberdeen, Scotland. It was part of the M...
Black Assize
The Black Assize is a name given to multiple deaths in the city of Oxford in England between July 6 and August 12, 1577. At least 300 people including the chief baron and sheriff, are thought to have ...
Battle of Tonegawa
The Battle of Tonegawa was a battle during the final years of the Sengoku period (16th century) of Japan. During the year of 1571, the famed Uesugi Kenshin had advanced to the province of Kozuke and h...
Benefit of Clergy Act 1575
The Benefit of Clergy Act 1575 (18 Eliz. I c.7), long title An Act to take away clergy from the offenders in rape and burglary, and an order for the delivery of clerks convict without purgation, was a...