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  1. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    23: *[[Vasco Núñez de Balboa]], (c. [[1475]]-[[1519]]), [[Spain|Spanish]], first to sight the [[Pacif...
    140: ...p it to [[Albany, New York|Albany]], discovered [[Hudson Bay]]
    141: *[[Alexander von Humboldt]], (1769-1859), German naturalist, explored...
    142: *[[Hamilton Hume]] - [[Australia]]n explorer
    192: *[[Hugh McNeil]], Lewis and Clark Party member
  2. Catherine de' Medici (7484 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Mid_horoscope_catherine_de_medici.jpg|thumb|Catherine de' Medici]]
    3: ... de' [[Medici family|Medici]]''' ([[April 13]], [[1519]] – [[January 5]], [[1589]]), born in Italy...
    11: During the reign of her husband (1547–1559), Catherine lived a quiet a...
    23: ...ee her poison cabinets. She was interred with her husband in a [[cadaver tomb]] in the [[Saint Denis B...
  3. Painting (4567 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Mona Lisa.jpg|thumb|The [[Mona Lisa]] is perhaps the best-known art...
    2: ...s or her [[profession]]. Evidence indicates that humans have been painting for about 6 times as long ...
    34: [[Image:Artists paints.jpg|thumb|250px|There is a wide variety of artists' paint...
    107: *[[Leonardo da Vinci]], ([[1452]]-[[1519]]), Italian painter, sculptor and inventor
  4. Age of Exploration (14467 bytes)
    6: [[Image:Al-Idrisi's world map.JPG|200px|thumb|right|This map, made by Arab geographer [[al-Id...
    16: [[Image:Eertvelt, Santa Maria.jpg|thumb|left|200px|''The [[Santa Maria (ship)|Santa Mar...
    26: ...le to trade with the Spanish ships. The islands thus became the focus of colonization efforts. It was...
    28: ...nd the [[Spice Islands]] by travelling west, and thus placing them in the Spanish sphere. The expediti...
    31: ... control all the major trade routes of the east. Thus forts and colonies were established on the [[Gol...
  5. Texas (39610 bytes)
    55: ...] states of [[Chihuahua (state)|Chihuahua]], [[Coahuila]], [[Nuevo Le󮝝, and [[Tamaulipas]]. To the ...
    114: * [[1519]]: [[Alonso Alvarez de Pineda]], a [[Spain|Spanis...
    116: ...established Fort St. Louis at [[Matagorda Bay]], thus establishing a [[France | French]] claim to Texa...
    119: ...Land]]. This group became known as the "Old Three Hundred".
    145: ... represent Texas in the U.S. Senate: [[Kay Bailey Hutchison]] (since [[1993]]) and [[John Cornyn]] (si...
  6. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    11: *[[Leonardo da Vinci]], ([[1452]]-[[1519]]), Italian painter, sculptor and inventor
    84: *[[Ludolf Bakhuysen]] ([[1631]]-[[1708]])
    89: *[[Balthus]] ([[1908]]-[[2001]])
    175: *[[Francesco Bonsignori]] ([[1460]]-[[1519]])
    187: *[[Arthur Boyd]] ([[1920]]-[[1999]])
  7. List of inventors (14020 bytes)
    35: *[[Hugo Borchardt]] (1844-1924) German–American i...
    51: *[[Arthur C. Clarke]], (born 1917),[[England]], [[geosynch...
    62: *[[Leonardo da Vinci|Leonardo DaVinci]], (1452-1519), [[Italy]] — [[euclidean geometry]]
    132: ...Kotelnikov]] - [[Russia]]n inventor of the [[parachute]].
    178: ..., invented the Jolly Jumper baby harness with her husband, circa. [[1959]]
  8. Timeline of United States pre-history (before 1600) (1679 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Columbus.jpg|thumb|In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue]]
    15: *[[1519]]-[[HernᮠCort鳝] defeats [[Tlaxcala]], a small...
  9. Leonardo da Vinci (25889 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Leonardo da Vinci.jpeg|thumb|Leonardo da Vinci]]
    2: ...i''' ([[April 15]], [[1452]] – [[May 2]], [[1519]]) was an [[Italy|Italian]] [[Renaissance]] [[arc...
    26: [[image:leonardo_self.jpg|thumb|left|[[Self-portrait]] in [[red chalk]], circa ...
    36: [[Image:Leonardo Da Vinci's house.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Clos Luc鮝]
    39: ...his casket. He was buried in the Chapel of Saint-Hubert in the castle of [[Amboise]]. Melzi was his p...
  10. Niccolo Machiavelli (11084 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Machiavelli.jpg|thumb|150px|Machiavelli, ca [[1500]], in the robes of...
    6: [[Image:Macchiavelli01.jpg|thumb|Statue at the [[Uffizi]]]]
    7: [[Image:Firenze.PalVecchio.Machiavelli.JPG|thumb|200px|Bust of Machiavelli]]
    15: ...in a negative light largely because the Catholic church put the work in its Index – a list of bo...
    25: ...other greats of their time and as opposed to the Church dogma, Machiavelli also argues the same point,...
  11. Nicolaus Copernicus (26283 bytes)
    3: ...ion]]). His theory affected many other aspects of human life as well, opening the door to young astron...
    7: [[Image:Copernicus_00125w.jpg||thumb|250px|Copernicus Image provided by [http://clas...
    8: ...and. His maternal uncle, [[Lucas Watzenrode]], a church [[canon]] and later the [[Prince-Bishop]] gove...
    18: ...]], he had received a position at the Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross in [[Wroclaw|Breslau (Wroc&#...
    21: [[Image:Copernicus_22.jpg|thumb|250px|Copernicus Image provided by [http://clas...
  12. List of sculptors (9151 bytes)
    142: *[[Richard Hunt (sculptor)|Richard Hunt]] (1953 - )
    299: *[[Leonardo da Vinci]] (1452 - 1519)
  13. Ferdinand Magellan (19348 bytes)
    26: Magellan took an oath of allegiance in the church of Santa Mar�de la Victoria de Triana, givin...
    32: [[Image:AndalusAndMorocco.jpg|100px|thumb|left|The arrow points to the city of [[Sanl?de ...
    34: On [[August 10]], [[1519]], the fleet of five ships under Magellan's comma...
    43: [[Image:Strait of Magellan.jpeg|thumb|right|The Straits of Magellan cut through the s...
    53: ...ho guided them to [[Cebu]], on [[April 7]]. Rajah Humabon of Cebu was friendly to them, and even agree...
  14. Hernan Cortes (17441 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Cortes-Hernando-LOC.jpg|thumb|250px|Hernán Cortés]]
    12: ... and set sail on the morning of [[January 18]], [[1519]], just as Velázquez arrived at the dock in pers...
    18: ...ent that Marina was trilingual: she spoke Maya, Nahuatl (the language of the Mexica/Aztecs), and a dia...
    20: ...eracruz (city)|Veracruz]] ("True Cross") on Holy Thursday [[March 4]]. By establishing a municipality,...
    22: ...e-Reed was, in this particular 52-year "century," 1519, adding to the extraordinary luck of this conquis...
  15. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    31: *[[Rodolphus Agricola]], (1443-1485){{fn|R}}
    59: *[[Louis Althusser]], (1918-1990){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    70: *[[Anaxarchus]], (fl. 340 BC){{fn|R}}
    81: *[[Antiochus of Ascalon]], (c. 130-68 BC){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn...
    144: *[[Yehoshua Bar-Hillel]], (1915-1975)
  16. Aztec (38742 bytes)
    7: ...torical Aztec civilization, not with modern-day Nahuatl speakers.
    9: In Nahuatl, the native language of the Mexicas, Azteca me...
    11: ...ubin Codex]] relates that after leaving Aztlan, [[Huitzilopochtli]] ordered his people not to use the ...
    13: ...t when '''Aztecs''' found the omen from the god [[Huitzilopochtli]] signaling the location where their...
    14: In 1810 [[Alexander von Humboldt]] originated the modern usage of "Aztec" as...
  17. Tenochtitlan (3092 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Tenoch2A.jpg||right|thumb|350px|Plan of Tenochtitlan ([[Dr Atl]])]]
    7: ...would begin to build there. Tenochtitlan (the [[Nahuatl language]] name for the city) was founded in [...
    9: ...], the [[Pacific Ocean]] and perhaps even the [[Tahuantinsuyu|Inca Empire]].
    15: ...鳝] arrived in Tenochtitlan on [[November 8]], [[1519]]. At this time it is believed that the city was ...
  18. Martin Luther (43050 bytes)
    12: ... [[Counter-Reformation]] in the [[Roman Catholic Church]].
    17: [[Image:Luther haus eisenach.jpg|thumb|right|220px|The "Luther house" where Luther boa...
    23: All that changed during a thunderstorm in the summer of 1505. A [[lightning bol...
    31: ...ther's study of the Bible convinced him that the Church had lost sight of several central truths. To L...
    43: ...tation to debate them. The Theses condemned the Church's greed and worldliness (especially the sellin...
  19. History of Germany (53864 bytes)
    12: [[Image:Gaius Cornelius Tacitus.jpg|thumb|150px|[[Gaius Cornelius Tacitus]], author of ''...
    17: ...nni, Franks, Chatti, Bajuwari, Saxons, Frisians, Thuringians, Langobardi. Around 260 AD, the Germans f...
    19: In the [[4th century]], the advance of the [[Huns]] into Europe gave the start to the period of t...
    21: ... Catholic faith and so gained the support of the Church.
    25: ...ssumed the title of king and was anointed by the Church. The Frankish kings now set up as protectors o...
  20. Europium (8579 bytes)
    62: | 1099 [[Kelvin|K]] (1519 [[Fahrenheit|?F]])
    149: [[Image:Chemistry_flask.jpg|thumb|150px|left|Chemistry Clipart .Clipart provided ...

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