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Part II of "Don Quixote" published

1615

2

Cardinal Francisco Ximenes de Cisneros becomes archbishop of Toledo

1495

3

Matthias Grunewald paints the Isenheim altarpiece

c.1509-1511

4

Francois Rabelais publishes "Gargantua and Pantagruel"

1532

5

Gerard Groote

1340-1384 - founded Brethren of the Common LIfe

6

The First Folio, containing thirty-six of Shakespeare's thirty-eight plays, is published

1623

7

Pieter Brueghel paints the "Peasant Wedding"

c. 1565

8

Matthias Grunewald

c. 1475-1530

9

"Faerie Queen"

Edmund Spenser, 1596

10

Erasmus's "Adages"

1500 - collection of wise sayings from the classical authors.

11

Johannes Gutenberg

c. 1400-1468

12

Thomas a Kempis writes "The Imitation of Christ"

c. 1427

13

Hieronymus Bosch

c. 1450-1516

14

Felix Lope de Vega

1562-1635

15

Michel de Montaigne

1533-1592

16

King Philip II, of Spain

r. 1556-1598

17

Miguel de Cervantes

1547-1616

18

Miguel de Cervantes publishes part I of "Don Quixote"

1605

19

Jan van Eyck

c. 1390-1441

20

Edmund Spenser

c. 1552-1599

21

Johann Reuchlin

1455-1522

22

Hans Holbein the Younger

c. 1497-1543

23

Albrecht Durer paints a "Self-Portrait"

1500

24

Michel de Montaigne publishes the first edition of his essays

1580

25

John Colet organizes St. Paul's School in London

1509

26

King Henry VIII

r. 1509-1547

27

Queen Elizabeth I

r. 1558-1603

28

Jan van Eyck completes "The Adoration of the Lamb"

1432

29

Thomas a Kempis

1380-1471

30

Albrecht Durer

1471-1528