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  1. Mexico (27255 bytes)
    2: ...ico''' ([[Spanish language|Spanish]]: ''Estados Unidos Mexicanos'' ; regarding the use of the variant ...
    10: native_name = Estados Unidos Mexicanos |
    22: leader_titles = [[President of Mexico|President]] |
    66: ...th century]], and their defeat of the Mexica in [[1521]], marked the beginning of the 300 year-long colo...
    68: ...a Catholic priest in the small town of [[Dolores Hidalgo|Dolores]], causing a long [[Mexican War of In...
  2. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    8: *[[Francisco de Almeida]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] naval explore...
    75: *[[Alexandra David-Néel]], (1868-1969), French explorer, visited [[...
    83: *[[David Douglas]], Scottish explorer, botanist
    104: ...s Republican Party|Republican]] nominee for [[President of the United States]]
    129: ...[Dutch East India Company|VOC]] captain, charted mid-western coast of [[Australia]]
  3. Christine de Pizan (6645 bytes)
    11: ...ome fifteen important works, chiefly in prose, besides minor pieces.
    25: ...s dames'' was translated by Brian Anslay (London, 1521).
  4. Medieval art (6359 bytes)
    1: ...ight|250px|Byzantine art was the high art of the Middle Ages and monumental Church mosaics were the cr...
    3: ... art history|Europe]], the [[Islamic art history|Middle East]] and North Africa. It includes the major...
    5: ...tinct artistic style and these are looked at individually, such as [[Anglo-Saxon art]] or [[Viking art...
    13: Art in the Middle Ages is a broad subject and art historians tra...
    17: ''Celtic art'' in the Middle Ages describes the art of native [[Celtic lang...
  5. Ponce De Leon (5480 bytes)
    2: ...w the [[United States]] when he set foot in [[Florida]] in 1513.
    7: ...bus had taken his claim to the top court in [[Madrid]] and won his rights. Ponce de León was then rem...
    9: ... the [[Fountain of Youth]] when he discovered Florida is misconceived. He was seeking a spiritual rebi...
    12: ...Florida Day'', April 2, is a legal holiday in Florida.
    14: ...iled back south to [[Havana]], and then up to Florida again, stopping at the Bay of ''Chequesta'' ([[B...
  6. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    45: *[[David Allan]] ([[1744]]-[[1796]])
    110: *[[David Bates (painter)|David Bates]] ([[1952]]-)
    144: *[[George Biddle]] ([[1885]]-[[1973]])
    162: *[[David G. Blythe]] ([[1815]]-[[1865]])
    170: *[[David Bomberg]] ([[1890]]-[[1957]])
  7. Timeline of United States pre-history (before 1600) (1679 bytes)
    8: *[[1494]]-[[Treaty of Tordesillas]] divides the New World between [[Spain]] and [[Portugal]...
    14: *[[1513]]-[[Juan Ponce de Le󮝝 claims [[Florida]] for Spain
    17: *[[1521]]-Cortes destroys the Aztec empire
  8. Josquin Des Prez (6810 bytes)
    2: ...gi da Palestrina|Palestrina]], and is usually considered to be the central figure of the [[Dutch Schoo...
    6: ... has shown that he was born around [[1450]], and did not go to Italy until the early [[1470s]]. Accor...
    8: ... of the [[Miserere]], Psalm 50, for five voices, widely acknowledged to be one of his masterpieces.
    10: ...archers. He remained at Cond頵ntil his death in 1521.
    14: ...contemporary musical practice. He possessed a vivid conception of the meaning and dramatic possibilit...
  9. List of popes (77758 bytes)
    13: ! width="18%" | Pontificate
    14: ! width="20%" | Common Name
    15: ! width="18%" | Regnal Name
    16: ! width="15%" | Personal Name
    17: ! width="12%" | Place of Birth
  10. Baldassare Castiglione (7242 bytes)
    10: ...uring one of his missions to [[Rome]], he met [[Guidubaldo da Montefeltro]], duke of [[Urbino]], and i...
    19: [[Francesco Maria della Rovere]] succeeded Guidubaldo at his death, and Castiglione remained at h...
    21: ... an ambassador, this time for Mantuan Dukes. In [[1521]] Pope Leo X conceded him the ''tonsura'' (first ...
    23: ...licus'' (ambassador of the [[Holy See]]) in [[Madrid]], and in this role he followed [[Charles V, Holy...
    24: On the other side, quite outrageously, Alonso de Valdes (brother o...
  11. Thomas More (15893 bytes)
    2: ...oined the word "[[utopia]]", a name he gave to an ideal, imaginary island nation whose political syste...
    7: ...imself incapable of [[celibacy]], More finally decided to marry in [[1505]], but for the rest of his l...
    9: ... her daughter by her previous husband. More provided his daughters with an excellent classical educa...
    12: ...], More was knighted and made undertreasurer in [[1521]]. As secretary and personal advisor to King Hen...
    14: ...ties of Oxford and [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge]]. In [[1525]] he became chancellor of the [[D...
  12. Niccolo Machiavelli (11084 bytes)
    21: Machiavelli is considered the father of [[modern Philosophy of Politics...
    25: ...da Vinci]], Niccolo Machiavelli is considered the ideal prototype of the [[Renaissance man]]", we can ...
    27: ...Player politically speaking rides Power or Power rides all the Players.
    35: ...e Prince, which begins with the line: "Setting aside republics, about which I have spoken at length e...
    55: *''Belfagor arcidiavolo'' (novel), 1515
  13. Protestant Reformation (26890 bytes)
    11: * ''[[Exsurge Domine]]'', [[Diet of Worms]] ([[1521]]), [[Peasants' War]]
    22: ... [[Louis XI of France]] (1461-1483), the “spider king,” sought to remove all constitutiona...
    28: ...[[reason]] and [[faith]] of the medieval period laid out by [[Thomas Aquinas]].
    30: ... as opposed to reason. The European Renaissance laid the foundation for the Northern humanists in its ...
    32: ...[didactic literature|didactic]] ritual, Erasmus laid the groundwork for Luther.
  14. Bahrain (16123 bytes)
    1: ...Persian Gulf]]. The [[Qatar-Bahrain Friendship Bridge]], currently in planning, will link Bahrain to ...
    3: ... 1em; background: #f9f9f9; border: 1px #aaaaaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"
    9: | align="center" width="140px" | [[image:Bahrain_flag_large.png|125px|...
    10: | align="center" width="140px" | [[Image:Coa_bahrain_small.jpg]]
    12: | align="center" width="140px" | ([[Flag of Bahrain|In Detail]])
  15. Ferdinand Magellan (19348 bytes)
    2: ...ellan''' (Spring [[1480]] – [[April 27]], [[1521]]; was a [[Portugal|Portuguese]] [[List of sea ex...
    9: ...le: when a local king refused to pay tribute, Almeida's party attacked, conquering the [[Muslim]] city...
    13: ... took a leave of the army without permission, Almeida gave a poor report of the sailor to the Portugue...
    18: ... 20]], [[1517]], and from there went to [[Valladolid]] to see the teenaged king, [[Charles V, Holy Rom...
    22: ... forming a large bay-like [[river delta]]. He decided to pioneer this route to reach the [[Moluccas]]...
  16. Hernan Cortes (17441 bytes)
    10: Due to setbacks, Cortés did not arrive in the New World until 1506. He took p...
    12: ...lled the messenger and told him what the letter said. Thus warned, Cortés organized his expedition an...
    15: ...a as he crafts a powerful narrative full of “vividness” that moves the reader and creates a height...
    22: ...from whom they claimed descent, there is little evidence supporting a Pre-Hispanic myth alleging his "...
    27: ...gs and firearms quickly won the battle. Cortés said that if the men of Tlaxcala would accept Christia...
  17. Sweden (27111 bytes)
    26: ...overeignty_type = [[Consolidation of Sweden|Consolidation]] |
    53: footnotes = <sup>1</sup> F&ouml;r Sverige i tiden ([[English language|English]]: ''For Sweden; wi...
    71: === Middle Ages ===
    72: ...]] in the [[12th century]], the country was consolidated, with its center at the water-ways of the nor...
    76: ...e in [[1521]] and established a nation state, considered the [[Foundation of modern Sweden]], and shor...
  18. Tenochtitlan (3092 bytes)
    11: ...the mainland by a series of wide causeways with bridges. The city was interlaced with a series of cana...
    15: ... as [[Venice]] and [[Constantinople]], and many said that Tenochtitlan was as large and fine a city as...
    17: ...eventually conquered the city on [[August 13]], [[1521]], after a struggle that lasted months in which m...
  19. Martin Luther (43050 bytes)
    28: ...ombard]] (the main textbook of theology in the [[Middle Ages]]), in [[1509]] [Brecht, Vol. 1, p. 93]. ...
    31: ...s of God" in [[Epistle to the Romans|Rom.]] 1:17 did not mean active righteousness, that by which huma...
    37: ...stion at hand was whether the Pope (or any man besides Christ) had the ''power'' or ''authority'' to a...
    39: ...the practice, since he believed that indulgences did nothing to save souls and only lined the pockets ...
    43: ...d for a theological disputation. Soon they were widely copied and printed; within two weeks they spre...
  20. Knights Hospitaller (26158 bytes)
    1: ...r the King of Sicily. The medi涡l Order can be said to have come to an end following its ejection fro...
    5: ...given permission by the [[Caliph]] Haroun el Raschid of [[Egypt]] to rebuild the hospice in [[Jerusale...
    7: ...to Jerusalem but the order soon extended into providing an armed escort to pilgrims. The escort soon g...
    9: ...ivided into [[bailiwick]]s, which in turn were divided into [[commanderies]].
    27: ... to secure the island for a time. The siege is vividly portrayed in the frescoes of [[Matteo Perez d'A...

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