1500s (decade)

The 1500s ran from January 1, 1500, to December 31, 1599.

Millennium: 2nd millennium
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February 17, 1500: Battle of Hemmingstedt
September 8, 1504: Michelangelo's David is completed.

Events

1500

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  • Europe's population is estimated at 56.7 million people (Spielvogel).
  • Saxony's mint at Annaberg begins producing guldengroschens.
  • Although other reports exist, it is thought that the last wolf in England was killed this year, making the species extinct in that country. The wolf is thought to have been killed in Allithwaite, in Cumbria. However, reports of wolf sightings and laws concerning wolf bounties existed in rural areas of the north until the 18th century.
  • A group of Māori migrated east from modern day New Zealand to the Rēkohu islands, developing a distinct pacificist culture known as the Moriori (approx date)

1501

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1502

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1503

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January-February

1504

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1505

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1506

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1507

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1508


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1509

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BirthsEdit

1500

 
Emperor Charles V

1501

1502

1503

1504

1505

1506

1507

1508

1509

DeathsEdit

1500

Probable

1501

1502

1503

1504

1505

 
Emperor Hongzhi

1506

 
King Alexander Jagiellon of Poland

1507

1508

1509

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